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In the Lost Star of Myth And Time, author, Walter Cruttenden, presents evidence for an alternative theory of history, one that is a modern take on an ancient science that posits the solar system revolves in a 24,000-year cycle around a companion star. As it does, the Earth is carried through the magnetic or electromagnetic (EM) field of the other star, similar to but different from the EM spectrum of our own Sun, causing subtle changes in human consciousness over long sweeps of time. Just as night and day and the changing seasons are caused by the dance of our Earth and Sun, so too is all life gradually affected by a larger celestial motion: the dance of our solar system with another star, interacting with subtle forces in local space.
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) successfully captured a movie of the “Full Earth-Rise.” The first “Earth-rise” was captured by the Apollo project but did not show all of the globe. This time, a “full Earth-rise” was taken in faraway space, some 380,000 km away from the Earth. This is the world’s first successful shooting of such a Full Earth-Rise. It was also very precious because it was one of only two chances in a year for the KAGUYA to capture a Full Earth-Rise when the orbits of the Moon, the Earth, the Sun and the KAGUYA are all lined up.
The strangest version of all parallel universe proposals is one that emerged gradually over 30 years of theoretical studies on the quantum properties of black holes. The work culminated in the last decade, and it suggests, remarkably, that all we experience is nothing but a holographic projection of processes taking place on some distant surface that surrounds us. You can pinch yourself, and what you feel will be real, but it mirrors a parallel process taking place in a different, distant reality.
At TEDxCaltech, cosmologist Sean Carroll attacks — in an entertaining and thought-provoking tour through the nature of time and the universe — a deceptively simple question: Why does time exist at all? The potential answers point to a surprising view of the nature of the universe, and our place in it.
Whenever you look up at the moon, you always see the same side, why? A relatively simple question with a relatively simple answer: the Moon rotates on its axis in the same amount of time it takes to rotate the Earth. If we consider the Sun’s relationship with these two orbits , then we can also understand the different phases of the Moon (new, first quarter, full, last quarter, and the in between phases of crescent and gibbous).
From the Huffington Post: In January, NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station sent the first real-time tweets from space. Soon after, Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi began tweeting stunning photographs of the view from above back to Earth. Now that Soichi has returned home, NASA astronaut Douglas Wheelock has continued live-tweeting photos from the ISS. [...]
The Large Hadron Collider successfully created a ‘mini-Big Bang’ on Nov 7 by smashing together lead ions instead of protons and creating temperatures of more than ten trillion degrees, a million times hotter than the center of the Sun.
They hope to learn more about the plasma the Universe was made of a millionth of a second after the Big Bang by studying the quark-gluon plasma generated in the experiment, specifically the ‘strong force,’ which binds the nuclei of atoms together and is responsible for 98% of their mass.
“In 2008, Fermilab particle astrophysicist Craig Hogan made waves with a mind-boggling proposition: The 3D universe in which we appear to live is no more than a hologram. Now he is building the most precise clock of all time to directly measure whether our reality is an illusion. The idea that spacetime may not be [...]