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Our Universe Is A Gigantic And Wonderfully Detailed Holographic Illusion - MessageToEagle.com

Our Universe Is A Gigantic And Wonderfully Detailed Holographic Illusion - MessageToEagle.com | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

All what we believe is real, our whole physical world, is - in fact - an illusion being proved by the holographic universe, one of the most remarkable theories of 20th century.

 

Energy fields are decoded by our brains into a 3D picture, to give the illusion of a physical world.

 

Despite its apparent materiality, the universe is a kind of 3-D projection and is ultimately no more real than a hologram.

 

"Our brain mathematically construct objective reality by interpreting frequencies that are ultimately from another dimension, a deeper order of existence that is beyond both space and time:

 

The brain is a hologram enfolded in a holographic universe!"

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The Secret Of Eldorado - TERRA PRETA - YouTube video (60min)

In this documentary a legendary civilization thought to be too good to be true on the basis of the stories told by the Spanish explorer Francisco de Orellana, is found to be a real part of history. We can separate fact from fiction here, in that the golden riverbanks the Spaniard told of, were not golden as with precious metal strewn along them, but with something far more precious; CROPS !! 


It is a wonder headlines like CULTIVATION SHOCK: STARVATION IS OVER FOREVER, or GOLD ? BRING ME CHARCOAL AND I WILL BRING U ALL U CAN EAT !! did not appear immediately, and the governments of every nation brought together in celebration of the answer to questions like: Can we feed ourselves ??


Two words .. .. TERRA PRETA !!!


One mission . . . charcolize organic matter and return it to the Earth with the proper care, and the whirlwind we reap will be a happy one!

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So interesting - this is about agriculture in the Amazon basin, about how to do it without degrading the soil. 

We can learn from the ancient civilisation of amazonian indians, and initiate a golden age ... without poisons and without genetic modification techniques. 

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Compressions, The Hydrogen Atom, and Phase Conjugation

Compressions, The Hydrogen Atom, and Phase Conjugation | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

Is Golden Ratio-optimized phase-conjugation the way that multiple compression waves converge constructively? Thus, the origin of spin (vorticity) solved, and in the process, the origin of all centripetal forces, including gravity?

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It is good to see some work being done on implosion/compression as opposed to the explosion/decompression phase we use to almost exclusively power our energy generating machines...

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Nasa Reveals Latest Designs For a Star Trek Style Spacecraft - YouTube

For More Exclusive Information on UFO AREA ZONE 51 & UFOs: http://areazone51ufos.blogspot.com ANCIENT ALIENS ON MARS: http://ancientaliensmars.blogspot.com B...
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of course this NASA design is still very speculative ... not something we can build tomorrow...

http://jalopnik.com/the-painful-truth-about-nasas-warp-drive-spaceship-from-1590330763 ;

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T. Blank's curator insight, July 5, 11:30 AM

Interesting

Eric Chan Wei Chiang's curator insight, July 14, 12:25 AM

The design and technology for a superluminal spacecraft is still very speculative. An article describing the technology has previously been scooped here: http://sco.lt/7aoHBJ

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▶ "Neutron Star" Refutes Its Own Existence | Space News - YouTube (8min)

A team of scientists studying the x-ray emissions of a so-called neutron star tell us that the existing theoretical models cannot explain what they are seeing.


Astronomers say that neutron stars are very small yet massively dense objects that spin at incredibly fast speeds with rotation periods no more than hundreds of seconds and sometimes faster than a dentist drill.


However, according to new research, a so-called neutron star has been observed with a rotation period of 5.4 hours, an anomalously slow speed. The neutron star is also unusual in that it is pared to form a binary with a red giant and the magnetic field of the neutron star is incredibly strong.


No one has ever seen a neutron star, and they are an inferred entity. Wal Thornhill weighs in with his thoughts regarding how the Electric Universe model could explain ...

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Cosmologists are stuck on gravity being the only relevant force in the formation and the behavior of stellar objects. That means they cannot explain many of the observed phenomena. 

Wal Thornhill's electric universe theory, though not perfect, comes much closer to describing reality. 

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Giant Oceans Hidden Under Pluto's Moon Charon?

Giant Oceans Hidden Under Pluto's Moon Charon? | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

“By comparing the actual New Horizons observations of Charon to the various predictions, we can see what fits best and discover if Charon could have had a subsurface ocean in its past, driven by high eccentricity.”


The other two moons with surfaces with evidence for ocean interiors are Jupiter’s moon Europa and Saturn’s moon Enceladus.

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This is interesting in connection with the other recent news of the discovery of huge amounts of water on earth at several hundred km of depth...

We obviously don't have a clear picture of what is going on underneath the surface of moons and planets - the theory of how planets form is in question. 

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Surprisingly strong magnetic fields can match black holes' pull: Long-neglected magnetic fields have an unexpected presence

Surprisingly strong magnetic fields can match black holes' pull: Long-neglected magnetic fields have an unexpected presence | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

A new study of supermassive black holes at the centers of galaxies has found magnetic fields play an impressive role in the systems' dynamics. In fact, in dozens of black holes surveyed, the magnetic field strength matched the force produced by the black holes' powerful gravitational pull.


"This paper for the first time systematically measures the strength of magnetic fields near black holes," says Alexander Tchekhovskoy, the Berkeley Lab researcher who helped interpret the observational data within the context of existing computational models. "This is important because we had no idea, and now we have evidence from not just one, not just two, but from 76 black holes."


Tchekhovskoy says the new results mean theorists must re-evaluate their understanding of black-hole behavior. "The magnetic fields are strong enough to dramatically alter how gas falls into black holes and how gas produces outflows that we do observe, much stronger than what has usually been assumed," he says. "We need to go back and look at our models once again."

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

The caption of the image reads: "A computer simulation of gas (in yellow) falling into a black hole (too small to be seen). Twin jets are also shown with magnetic field lines."


I don't know why those scientists insist on calling the incoming magnetic vortices "jets" of expelled material. The vortices, caused by extremely fast rotation of a mass, are an indicator of the presence of strong magnetic fields, which are now for the first time being recognized to exist. Gravity is not the only force active in star formation...

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Surprisingly strong magnetic fields can match black holes' pull: Long-neglected magnetic fields have an unexpected presence

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Hard evidence of life on Mars that NASA doesn't want you know about - YouTube video 3min

Hard evidence of life on Mars that NASA doesn't want you know about - YouTube video 3min | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

On March 6, 2009 (Sol 1830), NASA's Spirit Rover navigation camera began a sequence of four images over a 13 day period that showed what appears to be an animal moving near a distinctive set of rocks on Mars.


The object appears to have a relatively large head and blends in well with the surrounding rocks. 

Source Files at NASA JPL website...

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Michael Salla points out a moving object on NASA's own published photos on their scientific forum. He is promptly banned for asking what NASA geeks think about it...

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TEDxAsheville - Dee Eggers - Dolphins as Persons and ... 'let's restore world garden'!

UNC-Asheville professor, Dee Eggers discusses dolphins as persons and ideas for protecting them and other species that face extinction. http://TEDxAsheville....
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I really enjoyed Dee Eggers' talk. Appreciated the stories about dolphins and whales and agree that we need to do something to 'restore world garden' as she says. See if you like it too.

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Telescopes of Sub Millimeter Array Unveil How Small Cosmic Seeds Grow Into Big Stars

Telescopes of Sub Millimeter Array Unveil How Small Cosmic Seeds Grow Into Big Stars | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it


New images from the Smithsonian's Submillimeter Array (SMA) telescope provide the most detailed view yet of stellar nurseries within the Snake nebula. These images offer new insights into how cosmic


Previous theories proposed that high-mass stars form within very massive, isolated "cores" weighing at least 100 times the mass of the Sun. These new results show that that is not the case. The data also demonstrate that massive stars aren't born alone but in groups.


"High-mass stars form in villages," said co-author Qizhou Zhang of the CfA. "It's a family affair."


The team also was surprised to find that these two nebular patches had fragmented into individual star seeds so early in the star formation process.


They detected bipolar outflows and other signs of active, ongoing star formation.

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

This is a discovery that puts previous theories of star formation at high risk of becoming obsolete.

The standard "gravitational model" cannot explain what is happening.


Stars are formed by a different mechanism than gravitational accretion...


Thunderbolts project comments with a video...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFNlpSjwdWc

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Was our galaxy formed by a 'Council of Giants'?

Was our galaxy formed by a 'Council of Giants'? | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it
Giant galaxies arranged in a ring around the Milky Way might have shaped its very formation, reveals a new study.
It turns out that our Local Group – a cluster of 54 galaxies dominated by the Andromeda galaxy and our own Milky Way galaxy – is encircled by twelve large galaxies.
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It seems that we just took a first look at what is happening in the vicinity of our galaxy...
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Are Super-Intelligent Aliens hiding within our Atoms? - Civilizations on a different scale...

Are Super-Intelligent Aliens hiding within our Atoms? - Civilizations on a different scale... | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

... artificial intelligence researcher Hugo de Garis wonders whether the advanced artificial intelligences of extremely old alien civilisations might end up harnessing the vast computational power offered by sub-atomic elements, a hypothetical technology he labels 'X-Tech':


X-Tech provides a potential solution to the Fermi Paradox ("where are all the nonhuman civilizations?") ... maybe they're not out there living on other planets, but rather living inside atoms and particles!


De Garis notes that once this idea is thought about seriously, the current SETI paradigm seems very 'provincial'.


"Extra terrestrials (ETs), who might be primitive enough to bother sending radio signals to beings like us," de Garis says, "are NOT the most intelligent specimens in the universe. The really smart ones I suggest are very very tiny."

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

It's like asking "are there different levels to this game?" 


You bet!

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The Amplituhedron - A Jewel at the Heart of Quantum Physics

The Amplituhedron - A Jewel at the Heart of Quantum Physics | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

Physicists have discovered a jewel-like geometric object that dramatically simplifies calculations of particle interactions and challenges the notion that space and time are fundamental components of reality.


“This is completely new and very much simpler than anything that has been done before,” said Andrew Hodges, a mathematical physicist at Oxford University who has been following the work.


The revelation that particle interactions, the most basic events in nature, may be consequences of geometry significantly advances a decades-long effort to reformulate quantum field theory, the body of laws describing elementary particles and their interactions.


Interactions that were previously calculated with mathematical formulas thousands of terms long can now be described by computing the volume of the corresponding jewel-like “amplituhedron,” which yields an equivalent one-term expression.


“The degree of efficiency is mind-boggling,” said Jacob Bourjaily, a theoretical physicist at Harvard University and one of the researchers who developed the new idea. “You can easily do, on paper, computations that were infeasible even with a computer before.”

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Nature isn't complicated, it seems and physicists just made a step in the right direction - simplifying their methods of calculation.


Not to say that they understand everything yet...

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Advanced Seismic Warning System - Eric Dollard has method of earthquake prediction needs funds to purchase equipment

Advanced Seismic Warning System - Eric Dollard has method of earthquake prediction needs funds to purchase equipment | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

An early Warning system for detection of earthquakes up to 48 hours ahead of time which has the potential to save millions of lives.

 

On offer to the world is a working advanced seismic detection system capable of predicting earthquake and their tsunami between 18 hours and even several days ahead of time. It is not theory, it has been done in practice.

 

Right now there is still NO advanced Seismic Warning System available  With a large tsunami event happening every 10 years or so and rising economic costs to disasters mounting close to $trillions there is a need for a project like this. A project with not only the potential to save lives, but save entire economies and livelihoods.

 

Eric Dollard has improved upon the Alexanderson technology and has applied this knowledge to an Advanced Seismic Warning System, which can detect earthquakes of large magnitude as much as 18 to 48 hours ahead of time. 

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Eric Dollard has shown earthquakes can be predicted with the right sensitive listening equipment. There is no official effort to predict earthquakes. 

 

Help Eric get the needed equipment together to make this openly available...

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Io, The Electrified Moon | Principia Scientific Intl

Io, The Electrified Moon | Principia Scientific Intl | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

Take a good look at the volcano on Jupiter’s moon Io.  These images were taken by the New Horizons spacecraft as it swung past the moon back in 2007.

Does the large volcano look like any volcano you’ve ever seen before?


Where’s the ash?  Where’s the smoke?  Where’s the rivers of lava? 

Why isn’t the ground under the plume glowing from molten chunks of rock? Where are the pyroclastic flows?

Why is the plume made up of filaments instead of clouds? 

Why is the plume glowing blue?
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A volcanic plume on Jupiter moon IO that doesn't look like a volcano at all. 

Some say it's caused by electric discharges ... that might be.

Being located at the moon's pole, the cupola of blue light in the photograph may well tell a story of a lit-up interior. Through a polar opening, which is a common feature on many planets and moons, some of the light (and heat) it seems becomes visible on the outside...

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T. Blank's curator insight, July 27, 10:21 AM

Would love to go there ;)

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Have We Been Interpreting Quantum Mechanics Wrong This Whole Time? | Science | WIRED

Have We Been Interpreting Quantum Mechanics Wrong This Whole Time? | Science | WIRED | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

For nearly a century, “reality” has been a murky concept. The laws of quantum physics seem to suggest that particles spend much of their time in a ghostly state, lacking even basic properties such as a definite location and instead existing everywhere and nowhere at once. Only when a particle is measured does it suddenly materialize, appearing to pick its position as if by a roll of the dice.


This idea that nature is inherently probabilistic — that particles have no hard properties, only likelihoods, until they are observed — is directly implied by the standard equations of quantum mechanics. But now a set of surprising experiments with fluids has revived old skepticism about that worldview. The bizarre results are fueling interest in an almost forgotten version of quantum mechanics, one that never gave up the idea of a single, concrete reality.


The experiments involve an oil droplet that bounces along the surface of a liquid. The droplet gently sloshes the liquid with every bounce. At the same time, ripples from past bounces affect its course. The droplet’s interaction with its own ripples, which form what’s known as a pilot wave, causes it to exhibit behaviors previously thought to be peculiar to elementary particles — including behaviors seen as evidence that these particles are spread through space like waves, without any specific location, until they are measured.

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

The behavior of quanta may be a lot less weird than we have been told ... this article is an interesting discussion of an ongoing series of experiments that highlight two different interpretations of what's happening in the sub-microscopic world of quanta.

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Alan Watts on the Difference Between Belief and Faith

Alan Watts on the Difference Between Belief and Faith | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

"We must here make a clear distinction between belief and faith, because, in general practice, belief has come to mean a state of mind which is almost the opposite of faith. Belief, as I use the word here, is the insistence that the truth is what one would “lief” or wish it to be. The believer will open his mind to the truth on the condition that it fits in with his preconceived ideas and wishes.


Faith, on the other hand, is an unreserved opening of the mind to the truth, whatever it may turn out to be. Faith has no preconceptions; it is a plunge into the unknown.


Belief clings, but faith lets go.


In this sense of the word, faith is the essential virtue of science, and likewise of any religion that is not self-deception."

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Wish that scientists had more faith...

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Dr. David Lewis at AutismOne: An Insider’s View of Scientific Integrity in a State of Crisis

Dr. David Lewis at AutismOne: An Insider’s View of Scientific Integrity in a State of Crisis | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

On Friday, May 23, Dr. David Lewis delivered a powerful talk entitled: Science For Sale: How the U.S. Government Controls Science to Support its Policies. Dr. Lewis is an internationally recognized research microbiologist, formerly with the EPA’s Office of Research and Development.


Dr. Lewis states:


“The government hires scientists to support its policies; industry hires them to support its business; and universities hire them to bring in grants that are handed out to support government policies and industry practices.


Organizations dealing with scientific integrity are designed only to weed out those who commit fraud behind the backs of the institutions where they work.


The greatest threat of all is the purposeful corruption of the scientific enterprise by the institutions themselves. The science they create is often only an illusion, designed to deceive; and the scientists they destroy to protect that illusion are often our best.”


Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

This is a general phenomenon with science today - it is not restricted to the area of health...


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, June 19, 10:44 AM

So true - science has become an instrument of government policy and of coinciding high powered business interests. 

Research areas and results are skewed to forwarding goals that have nothing to do with science itself... 

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Earth may have underground 'ocean' three times that on surface

Earth may have underground 'ocean' three times that on surface | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

... a vast reservoir of water, enough to fill the Earth’s oceans three times over, may be trapped hundreds of miles beneath the surface, potentially transforming our understanding of how the planet was formed.


The water is thought to be locked up in a mineral called ringwoodite about 660km (400 miles) beneath the crust of the Earth. Geophysicist Steve Jacobsen from Northwestern University in the US co-authored the study published in the journal Science and said the discovery suggested Earth’s water may have come from within, driven to the surface by geological activity, rather than being deposited by icy comets hitting the forming planet as held by the prevailing theories.


Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Water at hundreds of kilometers of depth - three times more than the water contained in the oceans on the surface - that sounds to me like they have discovered the ocean on the inside of the earth's crust.


might the earth be hollow after all?

http://www.unmuseum.org/hollow.htm ;

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NASA's New Horizons Pluto-Kuiper Belt probe observed that Charon, Pluto's moon may have underground oceans beneath its icy surface. This could suggest the presence of extraterrestrial life. Read the Scoop here: http://sco.lt/8o1ElV

 

This new finding may also cause climate change models to revise their predictions of sea level rise. Read related Scoops below:

http://www.scoop.it/t/aquascaping-and-nature/?tag=Climate+Change

John Myers's comment, July 18, 2:08 PM
Not hollow as the water is contained within a mineral. Funny how this makes the global flood stories possible..."the well springs of the deep broke forth". Don't shoot me...just an observation! Maybe ancient people weren't so ignorant.
Sepp Hasslberger's comment, July 22, 8:24 AM
"the water is contained within a mineral" - that's conjecture. They know there's water, but no one could go down there to see, so whether it's an ocean or is in a mineral we don't really know.
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Why we need to understand the universe is alive

Why we need to understand the universe is alive | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

A common assumption of the modern world is that we live in a universe comprised almost entirely of inert matter and empty space. Regarding the universe as dead at its foundations is basic to the industrial revolution: It makes sense to exploit what appears dead for the benefit of what seems most alive -- ourselves.


This assumption is now being questioned as a more ancient views are reconsidered. Plato put it this way: “The universe is a single living creature that encompasses all living creatures within it.”


Materialism is a rational response to living in a dead universe. In a material universe, consumerism offers a source of identity and a measure of significance and accomplishment.


Where do I find pleasure in a non-living universe? In material things.


How do I know that I amount to anything? By how many things I have accumulated.


How should I relate to the world? By taking advantage of that which is dead on behalf of the living...

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"Our view of the universe as either dead or alive creates the context within which we understand who we are and where we are going. Where a dead-universe perspective generates alienation, environmental destruction, and despair, a living-universe perspective generates feelings of communion, stewardship, and the promise of a higher pathway for humanity."

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Matter will be created from light within a year, claim scientists

Matter will be created from light within a year, claim scientists | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

Researchers have worked out how to make matter from pure light and are drawing up plans to demonstrate the feat within the next 12 months.


In a neat demonstration of E=mc2, physicists believe they can create electrons and positrons from colliding photons.


"We have shown in principle how you can make matter from light," said Steven Rose at Imperial. "If you do this experiment, you will be taking light and turning it into matter."


The scientists are not on the verge of a machine that can create everyday objects from a sudden blast of laser energy. The kind of matter they aim to make comes in the form of subatomic particles...

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Can matter be created from light? UK scientists say yes, and they figured out an experiment to prove the theory...

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Team of technoarcheologists to capture and repurpose forgotten NASA space probe using crowdsourced cash

Team of technoarcheologists to capture and repurpose forgotten NASA space probe using crowdsourced cash | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

A team of engineers who helped decode archaic NASA data has moved onto hardware, and is trying to find the cash to recapture the International Sun/Earth Explorer 3 (ISEE-3) probe – the first spacecraft to pass through the tail of a comet – as it swings by Earth.


"... the team need to find the original command codes to control the spacecraft and write virtualization software that mimics the original hardware design.


If contact can be established, the remaining propellant in the spacecraft's tanks can be used to kick it into its original orbit, and resume its primary mission.


NASA's Farquhar has come out of retirement to work with the team, and NASA is helping the amateur technoarcheologists as much as it can. But time is tight – if the signals aren't sent by mid-June, the ISEE-3 could be out of our reach for good."

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Space exploration is slowly moving away from being a government space-agency monopoly. The new trend is that private enterprise plays an increasing role, like here in the recovery of a space probe that NASA doesn't want to spend time and money on ...

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What You Need to Know About the Fraudulent Nature of the Pharmaceutical Investment Business With Disease

What You Need to Know About the Fraudulent Nature of the Pharmaceutical Investment Business With Disease | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

The pharmaceutical industry is not a ‘health industry’, but an ‘investment business’ that thrives on the continuation and expansion of diseases.


In order to protect their multi-billiondollar disease markets with cardiovascular disease, cancer, AIDS and other diseases, the pharmaceutical industry does everything to maintain these diseases and to avoid their eradication.


Building this ‘business with disease’ over the past century, the pharmaceutical industry has raked in so much money from this organized fraud that it has become one of the largest and most profitable industries on our planet today...

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

It might seem a bit radical to call the pharma business a fraudulent enterprise, but from years of following their exploits, I can only confirm what Dr. Rath writes about them...

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Arun Shrivastava's curator insight, March 12, 10:13 AM

If people believe that pharmaceutical industry ensures health, people should think again.

Barbara Letscher's curator insight, March 12, 3:31 PM

Sad but....

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Space Elevators are eminently possible and will make Rockets seem dumb

Space Elevators are eminently possible and will make Rockets seem dumb | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

A diverse group of experts, at the behest of the International Academy of Astronautics completed an impressively thorough study this month on whether building a space elevator is doable. 


Their resulting report, "Space Elevators: An Assessment of the Technological Feasibility and the Way forward", found that, in a nutshell, such a contraption is both totally feasible and a really smart idea. 

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Certainly rocket technology for getting into space is old hat. Too much fuel to take with you, too heavy of a structure to hold it all together, and you get a tiny payload for a big expense. 

While we wait for someone to grok anti-gravity, we might as well learn how to make an elevator into space. Cheaper than rockets any day. 

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Harvard Study: Fluoride Lowers Children’s Intelligence By 7 IQ Points Washington's Blog

Harvard Study: Fluoride Lowers Children’s Intelligence By 7 IQ Points Washington's Blog | Science, Space, and news from 'out there' | Scoop.it

The Harvard School for Public Health reports:


In a meta-analysis, researchers from Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and China Medical University in Shenyang for the first time combined 27 studies and found strong indications that fluoride may adversely affect cognitive development in children. Based on the findings, the authors say that this risk should not be ignored, and that more research on fluoride’s impact on the developing brain is warranted.


Harvard’s announcement continues:


The average loss in IQ was reported as a standardized weighted mean difference of 0.45, which would be approximately equivalent to seven IQ points for commonly used IQ scores with a standard deviation of 15.   Some studies suggested that even slightly increased fluoride exposure could be toxic to the brain.


Thus, children in high-fluoride areas had significantly lower IQ scores than those who lived in low-fluoride areas. The children studied were up to 14 years of age, but the investigators speculate that any toxic effect on brain development may have happened earlier, and that the brain may not be fully capable of compensating for the toxicity.“


Fluoride seems to fit in with lead, mercury, and other poisons that cause chemical brain drain,” Grandjean says. “The effect of each toxicant may seem small, but the combined damage on a population scale can be serious, especially because the brain power of the next generation is crucial to all of us.”

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

If you live in a country that still promotes fluoridation of your water supply, such as the USA, the UK, Ireland, or Australia and New Zealand, you should perhaps take action to make your local government understand the implications of this study for the health of your children!

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Black Flares - Black hole theory contradicts itself

Most astrophysicists try to explain narrow jets erupting from various sources by using words like “nozzle” or “high pressure,” contradicting the known behavior of gases in a vacuum.

 

For example, according to a recent press release, “flares” have been discovered jetting from a source close to the center of our galaxy. Consensus opinions call that source a black hole.

 

The mechanisms by which intense gravitational fields eject tightly collimated steams of matter are not understood. It is thought that strong magnetic fields are required, but the source of that magnetism is not known, since no mention of electricity exists in the reports about such phenomena.

 

Stars are nodes in electrical circuits. Electromagnetic energy could be stored in the equatorial current sheets surrounding them until some trigger event causes them to switch into a polar discharge. The electric jet could receive its energy from a natural particle-accelerator, a “plasma double layer” with a strong electric field. Toroidal magnetic fields would form because of the polar plasma discharge, confining it into a narrow channel.

 
Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

In my view, those "jets" are vortices (incoming) not blasts of outgoing matter. Black holes (or whatever they are) rotate so fast they generate an extremely energetic vortex that brings in a lot of material at a very fast pace. 

The observation that there seems to be an outgoing stream, a jet, is most probably an artifact of light emitted along the line of the vortex. It appears that matter is going out at near light velocity, but it is in fact light and shadows we see going out, slowed by the high velocity incoming matter in the vortex. (my opinion only...)

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