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Monday, July 13, 2015

We are the Aliens

Clouds of alien life forms are sweeping through outer space and infecting planets with life. The idea that life on Earth came from another planet has been around as a modern scientific theory since the 1960s when it was proposed by Fred Hoyle and Chandra Wickramasinghe. At the time they were ridiculed for their idea -- known as panspermia. But now, with growing evidence, it's back in vogue and even being studied by NASA.

Friday, April 6, 2012

THRIVE: What On Earth Will It Take?

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THRIVE is an unconventional documentary that lifts the veil on what's REALLY going on in our world by following the money upstream -- uncovering the global consolidation of power in nearly every aspect of our lives. Weaving together breakthroughs in science, consciousness and activism, THRIVE offers real solutions, empowering us with unprecedented and bold strategies for reclaiming our lives and our future.

Friday, August 5, 2011

What Are We Really Made Of ?

Hosted by Morgan Freeman, Through the Wormhole will explore the deepest mysteries of existence - the questions that have puzzled mankind for eternity. What are we made of? What was there before the beginning? Are we really alone? Is there a creator? These questions have been pondered by the most exquisite minds of the human race. Now, science has evolved to the point where hard facts and evidence may be able to provide us with answers instead of philosophical theories. Through the Wormhole will bring together the brightest minds and best ideas from the very edges of science - Astrophysics, Astrobiology, Quantum Mechanics, String Theory, and more - to reveal the extraordinary truth of our Universe.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Greatest Evolution Discoveries

1. K-T Asteroid Theory of Dinosaur Extinction (1980)
Walter Alvarez postulates that high levels of iridium found in rock core samples around the world provide evidence that an asteroid impact caused the extinction of dinosaurs. Iridium, a common mineral found in asteroids, was discovered in the clay layer at what is known as the K-T boundary. This layer, at 65 million years, lies between the rocks of the Cretaceous and the Tertiary periods and coincides with the mass extinction of dinosaurs.
2. First Dinosaur Fossils Identified (1820s -- 1840s)
In 1822, geologist William Buckland uncovers some really big teeth in England. At the time, there is no word to describe his finds. Twenty years later, in 1842, Sir Richard Owen comes up with the word "dinosaur" to describe several spectacular creatures whose fossils are discovered across England. Megalosaurus is the first dinosaur ever named.
3. Potential for Life Created (1953)
Graduate student Stanley Miller, combining the ideas of other scientists, reproduces the early atmosphere of Earth by creating a chamber containing only hydrogen, water, methane and ammonia. He boils the water and exposes the elements to an electric discharge like lightning, simulating Earth's early processes. After a week, Miller finds organic compounds have formed, including some amino acids, the "building blocks of life."
4. New Life-forms Discovered Around Hydrothermal Vents (1977)
Bob Ballard and the crew of the submersible Alvin find amazing new life-forms living completely independent of the sun's energy around deep-sea, hydrothermal vents. These undersea geysers form along volcanic mid-ocean ridges, where cold seawater penetrates deep into cracks in the Earth's crust. Heated water rises back out and the scalding vent water mixes with cold ocean-bottom seawater, creating a rising plume of warm, black fluid filled with mineral particles. The chemicals support a thriving ecosystem on the ocean floor.
5. The Burgess Shale (1909)
Charles Walcott exposes a mother lode of Cambrian fossils high in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, providing a glimpse of what life was like on Earth more than 500 million years ago. He collects more than 65,000 specimens and classifies each, discovering that the fossils are ancestors of living animals.
6. Classification of Species (1735)
Carl Linnaeus, considered the "father of taxonomy," develops a system for naming, ranking and classifying all forms of life that is still in use today (although many changes have been made). The Linnaean system, based on shared physical characteristics, uses a hierarchy starting with kingdoms divided into classes, then into orders, families, genera and species.
7. Theory of Natural Selection (1858)
Charles Darwin publishes On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, in which he challenges contemporary beliefs about the creation of life on Earth. Darwin had served as an unpaid naturalist on the HMS Beagle, which set out on a five-year scientific expedition to the Pacific coast of South America in early 1832. The data he collected on the expedition, especially specimens from the Galapagos Islands, was the inspiration for his theories on evolution by the mechanism of natural selection. His work has been at the center of controversy ever since it was published.
8. Australopithecus Afarensis or "Lucy" (1974)
Donald Johanson discovers the partial skeleton of a 3.2 million-year-old female hominid in Ethiopia. Johnson dubs his find "Lucy" after the Beatles' song Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds, which was playing on the radio as the team celebrated the find.
9. Laetoli Footprints (1978)
A team led by Mary Leaky discovers fossilized Australopithecus footprints in Laetoli, Tanzania. The footprints, dated to 3.5 million years ago, were formed when two individuals walked over wet volcanic ash that had hardened like cement. These human ancestors had perfect, two-footed strides, indicating that the hominids walked upright.
10. Toumai skull (2002)
Michel Brunet unearths the oldest hominid fossil to date in the desert of the central African nation of Chad. The fragments of this 6 to 7 million-year-old skull, with characteristics resembling humans, were found outside eastern and southern Africa, suggesting human evolution may have been taking place all across the continent.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Kepler - A Search for Habitable Planets

"Kepler is a critical component in NASA's broader efforts to ultimately find and study planets where Earth-like conditions may be present," said Jon Morse, the Astrophysics Division director at NASA Headquarters in Washington. "The planetary census Kepler takes will be very important for understanding the frequency of Earth-size planets in our galaxy and planning future missions that directly detect and characterize such worlds around nearby stars."
The mission will spend three and a half years surveying more than 100,000 sun-like stars in the Cygnus-Lyra region of our Milky Way galaxy. It is expected to find hundreds of planets the size of Earth and larger at various distances from their stars. If Earth-size planets are common in the habitable zone, Kepler could find dozens; if those planets are rare, Kepler might find none.
In the end, the mission will be our first step toward answering a question posed by the ancient Greeks: are there other worlds like ours or are we alone?

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Life on Mars, The Smoking Gun, Herd Life Forms

By James Watson
Oct 3, 2010

They are called “dunes” by NASA, but tend to be seen in packs and have characteristics unlike any dunes I have ever seen.  Doubtless if NASA were to image a flock of sheep, they would call them dunes as well, in order to stay within the  The  Brookings Report findings.  The Brookings Report states that Earth’s civilization is too fragile to accept any inference of intelligent life outside of our planet, thus NASA and other agencies around the world work very hard to ensure images by probe cameras and telescopes show dull, dead arid, scenes.
The images used in this document are from NASA and taken using NASA Mars orbital cameras. They may be easily found by entering “Mars Images” using search engines such as Google.
The images in this document may superficially resemble dunes, but when one examines successive images taken over time, one notes characteristics common to herd life forms:
  • They are not seen alone
  • They are in herds or pack
  • They congregate in large masses
  • They have appendages, markings and bundles of fibers.
Further, the life forms have dark colored appendages that can be seen sticking up that resemble trees, bushes or are tubular and may trail behind the life forms.
The life forms are in such great numbers on the surface of Mars, that NASA by necessity hides them by using graphic tools in lightening, darkening, changing color, mid-tone and shadow, and eroding/filtering the image quality in various ways to make them opaque or flatten image characteristics to eliminate detail, and make them look like dune-like bulges of darkness, or innocuous surface features as illustrated in the group of five NASA tampered images below:

Let’s have a look at herd life forms.  First of all there are two types that seem to be more numerous than the others. One type is shown below. They seem to be moving on appendages/legs that keep the body away from the surface of the ground, indicated by slight shadowing under the life forms:

  The next series of images are of a far more numerous life form, and unlike any land-based form of life we have on Earth.  This image suggests the life forms are either gathering to form a massive colony or are migrating from the colony. Note the dark appendages at the top of many of the life forms and the suggestion of a membranous gelatinous body:

The next image shows the herd on the move. The means of locomotion is open to conjecture. The life forms appear to be able to change their overall shape as if they are membranous.  One curious item in the next three images can be seen near the bottom right, where one life form appears to be extending a tubular appendage to another. Rather strange behaviour for a “dune”:

In a closer look at that section of the image, the light and shading of the appendage suggests a tubular composition and is not trailing on the ground, but is extending above the ground and inside the other life form on an angle. It is difficult to tell if the left life form is extending it to the one on the right, or vice versa:

A still closer view shows more detail:


The next image shows heavy NASA image tampering. All detail has been removed, the images of the life form are dark, flattened and devoid of surface detail.  They are not crossing the crater, but seem to be gathering at exactly the same distance from the rim of the crater to inside the crater. It suggests life forms gathered for nourishment, much like animals on Earth drinking at a water hole. If one zooms the original image, bundles of fibers extend from the life form into the crater. The water hole analogy is quite apt:

The next image is of two life forms. Again, the image shows heavy NASA tampering eliminating useful detail. There are dark colored appendages at the apex of the life forms, and a flexible tubular appendage on the rear left of each life form. The base of the appendage may denote a muscular base. The inside of the back arched section of the life form may suggest various types of tissue and source of locomotion.

In presenting these NASA Mars Orbital Camera images, I have endeavored to limit speculation to a minimum.  My aim is to present the fact that there is indeed life on Mars of a type that is very different from Earth.  For NASA, the best way to hide something is in plain sight, and historically, it has worked well, If these NASA images are any indication,
Mars is an extremely interesting biosphere, but clearly very few scientists are privy to the untampered images.  The only way we can see what is truly there is to catch their mistakes.