buddhism and all that r so training for space and being off the umbilical cord(kundalini) of earth, here is where i would look to the first separation of humans into different species, if it were possible to leave the earth with nought kundalini and having had inscension ascension, maybe where aliens split off to become some of the future races what do u think ?
- Ben Couwenberg but yeh ofcourse its being programmed into us space travel the madre is figuring and factioding uno lol shooting angles and shooting for the angels
Cheryl Thomas Seems like we have some obvious hybrids amongst us
Ben Couwenberg yeh see i swear i see the resonances of these alien forms in people today hey.
Cheryl Thomas Thinking that we are just able to perceive them (now, especially recently) as our psychic sight is increasing in waves through this uplift of spiritual energy.
^ yeh i really liked it when she said that and when i read it i thought ahh yes :D smexellent (slang for excellent with a little spice ;P) because? well read(well understand) my note forward backward asymptoty model of reality this relates to the waves of awareness that cheryl basically mentioned (if u read between lines) pulling from the future. Now do you see how we are pulled via the EYE (here http://www.consciousazine.com/lunicidal-paranormality.html i discuss how the aliens are all coming via the EYE, ya all those alien abduction rem midnight moments lols, oh and alien videos on youtube suck dick they r shithouse and u know u can lace videos one over the other once u learn IT like i did u learn this) to the future attracted by the future not pushed happlisly happinstancly for no reason out of nowhere from the past?
Welcome. ~the galactic mantra
in 1966, the meteors did, briefly, fall like rain. Some who witnessed the 1966 Leonid meteor storm said they felt as if they needed to grip the ground, so strong was the impression of Earth plowing along through space
NASA neutron star video looks like ‘God smoking a joint’ Video
as usual.......................... the teachers of light star beings.. are showing us the way ;)
Hubble peers into the Great Eye of Sauron
The boffins used the Hubble coronagraph to block light from Fomalhaut and enhance the ring which, as you can see, is "significantly askew". The reason for this, they postulate, is that the dust ring is under the influence of orbiting planet (or planets), possibly a body rotating around the star at approximately Pluto's distance from the sun, or one-third of the ring's radius.
Fomalhaut, aka Alpha Piscis Austrini, is one of the brightest stars in the night sky, lying around 25 light years from Earth and weighing in at roughly 2.3 solar masses. Its name comes from the Arabic fum al-ħawt, or "whale's mouth", although we reckon "Sauron's Eye" might be a suitable new moniker. ®
we will integrate with STAR's, i know this may be hard to see at 5500c, but its only following increasing complexity and increasing thermodynamic integration. There will be a beyond nano technology u understand?
"STAR's (ED_Super Toroidal Axiom Reverberations) need our DNA" ~dan winter fractal onto genesis
Planets from earth
International Space Station (ISS) captured transiting the Sun.
Note of perspective,
ISS distance from Earth about 400km.
Sun distance from Earth approximately 150.000.000km
Images credit: Dani Caxete
#ISS #Sun #Sunspot
Aliens to use many types of stars
New NASA Discovery: "Alien Life can Use Many Types of Light-Producing Stars to Survive"
Endeavours last space walk
At the Edge of NGC 891
Credit: Composite Image Data - Subaru Telescope
(NAOJ), Hubble Legacy Archive, Michael Joner, David Laney (West Mountain Observatory, BYU); Processing - Robert Gendler
Explanation: This sharp cosmic portrait features NGC 891. The spiral galaxy spans about 100 thousand light-years and is seen almost exactly edge-on from our perspective. In fact, about 30 million light-years... distant in the constellation Andromeda, NGC 891 looks
a lot like our Milky Way. At first glance, it has a flat, thin, galactic disk
and a central bulge cut along the middle by regions of dark obscuring dust. The combined image data also reveal the galaxy's young blue star clusters and telltale pinkish star forming regions. And remarkably apparent in NGC 891's edge-on presentation are filaments of dust that extend hundreds of light-years above and below the center line. The dust has likely been blown out of the disk by supernova explosions or intense star formation activity. Faint neighboring galaxies can also be seen near this galaxy's disk.
The Carina Nebula.
This Hubble photo is of a small portion of one of the largest seen star-birth regions in the galaxy, the Carina Nebula. Towers of cool hydrogen laced with dust rise from the wall of the nebula. The scene is reminiscent of Hubble’s classic “...Pillars of Creation” photo from 1995, but is even more striking in appearance. The image captures the top of a three-light-year-tall pillar of gas and dust that is being eaten away by the brilliant light from nearby bright stars. The pillar is also being pushed apart from within, as infant stars buried inside it fire off jets
of gas that can be seen streaming from towering peaks like arrows sailing through the air.
Circumference of Earth
On June 19th, 240BCE, astronomer, mathematician and geographer Eratosthenes made the first accurate measurement of the size of the Earth. At the time, Eratosthenes was the director of the Library of Alexandria, the greatest library in the ancient world. He studied many different fields of science and philosophy throughout his career. Those who admired him called him Pentathalos (meaning many-skilled), and even those who tried to bring him down called him Beta, since they deemed him to be “only” second the best at everything in the world.
While at the library, Eratosthenes heard that the Sun was directly overhead at noon on the summer solstice in the city of Syene (modern-day Aswan, south of Alexandria). However, he knew that sundials in Alexandria cast a shadow at the same time. Paying a runner to measure the distance between the two locations, Eratosthenes was able to measure the size of the Earth to within just a few percent of the actual circumference 2,252 years ago today. -James Maynard.
24,901 miles (40,075 km)Earth, Circumference
Galle (Martian crater)
Galle is a crater on Mars. It is located on the eastern rim of the huge impact basin Argyre Planitia. It is named after the astronomer Johann Gottfried Galle.
Galle is often known as the "happy face crater" because the illusion of a smiley is created by a curved mountain range in the southern part of the crater and two smaller mountain clusters further north. The formation was first photographed by Viking Orbiter 1.
As the smiley is a key motif in the comic book Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, the crater was used as a story location after the coincidence was noted by Gibbons. According to Gibbons, the similarity "was almost too good to be true. I worried that if we put it in, people would never believe it." The actual crater was visualized in the 2009 film adaptation of Watchmen.
A second "happy face crater", smaller than Galle and located at 45.1°S, 55.0°W in Nereidum Montes, was discovered by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on January 28, 2008.
Astronomy Picture of the Day
2013 April 25
Image Credit & Copyright: Igor Vin'yaminov
The dark, inner shadow of planet Earth is called the umbra. Shaped like a
cone extending into space, it has a circular cross section and is most easily
seen during a lunar eclipse. But the complete cross section is larger than the
Moon's angular size in the stages of an eclipse. Still, this thoughtful
composite illustrates the full extent of the circular shadow by utilizing images
from both partial and total eclipses passing through different parts of the
umbra. The images span the years 1997 to 2011, diligently captured with the same optics, from Voronezh, Russia. Along the bottom and top are stages of the partial lunar eclipses from September 2006 and August 2008 respectively. In the rightside bottom image, the Moon is entering the umbra for the total eclipse of September 1997. At left bottom, the Moon leaves the umbra after totality in May 2004. Middle right, center, and left, are stages of the total eclipse of June 2011, including the central, deep red total phase. During today's brief partial lunar eclipse seen only from the eastern hemisphere, the Moon will just slightly graze the umbra's lower edge.
Targeting Earth Photographs From Orbit
Some pictures are timeless. This is one of them.
Inside the Cupola, NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy, an Expedition 36 flight engineer, uses a 400mm lens on a digital still camera to photograph a target of opportunity on Earth some 250 miles below him and the International Space Station. Cassidy has been aboard the orbital outpost since late March and will continue his stay into September.
Image Credit: NASA
Full size/resolution (34.5M):
isnt this the great attractor possibly super galactic super galaxy cluster. or large black hole. but here they mis construe ? i dont understand why theyr mentioning that in relevance to dark energy O.0
But what causes that “smooth, uniform force” that rules over gravity? Astronomers have known for years that something unknown apears to be “pulling” our Milky Way and tens of thousands of other galaxies toward itself at a breakneck 22 million kilometers (14 million miles) per hour. But they couldn’t pinpoint exactly what, or where it is. http://www.followfacts.com/is-dark-energy-antigravity-leakage-from-an-adjacent-universe/
oh wow this is shit brained thinking? ~example
Is Dark Energy “Antigravity” Leakage from an Adjacent Universe?
One of the most fascinating discoveries of our new century may be imminent if the Large Hadron Collider outside Geneva produces nano-blackholes. According to the best current physics, such nano blackholes could not be produced with the energy levels the LHC can generate, but could only come into being if a parallel universe were providing extra gravitational input. Versions of multiverse theory suggest that there is at least one other universe very close to our own, perhaps only a millimeter away. This makes it possible that some of the effects, especially gravity, “leak through,” which could be responsible for the production of dark energy and dark matter that make up 96% of the universe.
The heavyweight of the asteroid belt, Ceres is also the smallest dwarf planet in the solar system, according to International Astronomical Union specifications. The other IAU-recognized dwarf planets are Pluto, Eris, Haumea, and Makemake in the inner comet belt beyond Neptune.
Dwarf planets are worlds massive enough for their gravity to pull them into a round shape, like Ceres, but they aren't so big that they have cleared out their orbital region of space of similarly sized competitors.
Caltech astronomer Mike Brown suggests that more than 300 such dwarf planets may reside in the deep space comet belts surrounding the solar system.http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/01/140122-ceres-water-vapor-discovery-space-asteroids-science/
FEEL LIKE YOU SPINING MUCH?:
has everyone thoroughly thought about the
helical spiral model for our solar system. most stand still on earth, but
remember still earth stander the solar system is moving 'sideways forward'
through space not j...ust
sitting still spining. its an energy structure.. now did everybody realize how
crazy that is when u think of allll the other solar systems in our galaxy then
how our local galactic clusters move tward the 'the great attractor' as modern
astrophysics titled it. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=0jHsq36_NTU
shit ehy.. "Meanwhile, in an innovation borrowed from other data-intensive fields like particle physics, Mr. Petigura designed a computer pipeline so that he could inject fake planets into the data — 40,000 in all — and see how efficiently his program could detect planets of different sizes and orbits. In addition to that correction, he and his colleagues had to correct for geometry; only about one in 100 planet systems is aligned edge-on so that earthlings would see the telltale wink of an exoplanet transit.
“It was a ton of work,” he recalled, explaining that he had to try out tens of billions of different periods for each star in order to find planets. "
small planets are everywhere and very common,” she said, “no matter how you slice and dice the data.
Milkyway over Lake Titicaca, #Peru
A satellite galaxy of our own Milky Way, the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) is an alluring sight in dark southern skies and the constellation Dorado. A mere 180,000 light-years distant, the LMC is seen in amazing detail in this very deep 4 frame mosaic of telescopic images, a view that reveals the Milky Way's satellite to have the appearance of a fledgling barred spiral galaxy.... The mosaic includes image data taken through a narrow filter that transmits only the red light of hydrogen atoms. Ionized by energetic starlight, a hydrogen atom emits the characteristic red H-alpha light as its single electron is recaptured and transitions to lower energy states. As a result, this mosaic seems spattered with pinkish clouds of hydrogen gas surrounding massive, young stars.
APOD: — http://1.usa.gov/eu6mO9
my Space album: — http://on.fb.me/tW9XEJ
haha good analogy i reckon ( plays at the numbers of stars with planets in goldilocks zones and numbers of stars in galaxies and number of galaxies without deadly supernovae and ( ahh the drake equation is where i took that from)
Cone Nebula (in NGC 2264)
this celestial object is actually just a pillar of gas and dust. Called the Cone Nebula (in NGC 2264) – so named because in ground-based images it has a conical shape – this monstrous pillar resides in a turbulent star-forming region. This picture, taken by the newly installed Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) aboard the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, shows the upper 2.5 light-years of the Cone, a height that equals 23 million round trips to the Moon. The entire pillar is seven light-years long.
Take a look at this image captured by Hubble (and many more) at:
The James Webb Space Telescope
is a large, infrared-optimized space telescope designed to study the formation of
the first stars and galaxies, the evolution of galaxies and the
its true the sun is linked with plantary water production.
STARWATER - A Look at Our Changing Planet
This new view of the historical supernova remnant Cassiopeia A, located 11,000 light-years away, was taken by NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR. Blue indicates the highest energy X-ray light, where NuSTAR has made the first resolved image ever of this source. Red and green show the lower end of NuSTAR's energy range, which overlaps with NASA's high-resolution Chandra X-ray Observatory. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/DSS
Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2013-01-nasa-nustar-black-holes-galaxy.html#jCp
BULL NEBULA TAURUS
Taurus is one of the constellations of the zodiac, which means it is crossed by the plane of the ecliptic. Its name is a Latin word meaning "bull", and its astrological symbol is a stylized bull's head: Taurus.svg (Unicode ♉). Taurus is a large and prominent constellation in the northern hemisphere's winter sky. It is one of the oldest constellations, dating back to at least the Early Bronze Age when it marked the location of the Sun during the spring equinox. Taurus came to symbolize the bull in the mythologies of Ancient Babylon, Egypt and Greece.
The no-hair theorem postulates that all black hole solutions of the Einstein-Maxwell equations of gravitation and electromagnetism in general relativity can be completely characterized by only three externally observable classical parameters: mass, electric charge, and angular momentum. All other information (for which "hair" is a metaphor) about the matter which formed a black hole or is falling into it, "disappears" behind the black-hole event horizon and is therefore permanently inaccessible to external observers. Physicist John Archibald Wheeler expressed this idea with the phrase "black holes have no hair" which was the origin of the name.
There is still no rigorous mathematical proof of the no-hair theorem, and mathematicians refer to it as the no-hair conjecture.
Suppose two black holes have the same masses, electrical charges, and angular momenta, but the first black hole is made out of ordinary matter whereas the second is made out of antimatter; nevertheless, they will be completely indistinguishable to an observer outside the event horizon. None of the special particle physics pseudo-charges (baryonic, leptonic, etc.) are conserved in the black hole.
This other way is used to calculate density of a black hole as seen here, and normally used.
A supermassive black hole is the largest type of black hole in a galaxy, on the order of hundreds of thousands to billions of solar masses. Most—and possibly all—galaxies, including the Milky Way (see Sagittarius A*), are believed to contain supermassive black holes at their centers.
Supermassive black holes have properties which distinguish them from lower-mass classifications. First, the average density of a supermassive black hole (defined as the mass of the black hole divided by the volume within its Schwarzschild radius) can be less than the density of water in the case of some supermassive black holes. This is because the Schwarzschild radius is directly proportional to mass, while density is inversely proportional to the volume. Since the volume of a spherical object (such as the event horizon of a non-rotating black hole) is directly proportional to the cube of the radius, the density of a black hole is inversely proportional to the square of the mass, and thus higher mass black holes have lower average density. Also, the tidal forces in the vicinity of the event horizon are significantly weaker. Since the central singularity is so far away from the horizon, a hypothetical astronaut traveling towards the black hole center would not experience significant tidal force until very deep into the black hole.
Density is defined as:
For a sphere:
V=4 3 πr 3 s
For a black hole,
r s =2Gm c 2
V=4 3 π(2Gm c 2 ) 3 =32πG 3 m 3 3c 6
ρ=m V =m1 V =m3c 6 32πG 3 m 3 =3c 6 32πG 3 m 2 =(3c 6 32πG 3 )1 m 2
Density goes down as a function of
1 m 2
Density of a 108 solar mass black hole is comparable to that of water.
Surprising New Class of 'Hypervelocity Stars' Discovered Escaping the Galaxy!
An international team of astronomers has discovered a surprising new class of "hypervelocity stars" -- solitary stars moving fast enough to escape the gravitational grasp of the Milky Way galaxy.
"These new hypervelocity stars are very different from the ones that have been discovered previously," said Vanderbilt University graduate student Lauren Palladino, lead author on the study. "The original hypervelocity stars are large blue stars and appear to have originated from the galactic center. Our new stars are relatively small -- about the size of the sun -- and the surprising part is that none of them appear to come from the galactic core."...
Read More: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/01/140109124945.htm
When pallasite meteorites are sliced open and polished, a matrix of stunning yellow crystals are revealed. This specimen was found in 1951 by a farmer in a town called Esquel in the Argentine Patagonia.
Image: Doug Bowman (http://bit.ly/1rjZQnE)