Every Green Spot is a Galaxy

July 17, 2018

True to Cosmic Love blog, this image of outer space enables one to reflect upon the size of the visible universe and our place within it. We are not alone, and we don’t only live once.  Click the image to expand it for better viewing.

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Oh My GOTT p.XLI

July 11, 2018

“You will discover that there has only been one single teaching of the truth since the very beginning and continues to be only one, that was delivered to all peoples of Earth by various prophets again and again through all the world’s eons, and continues to be delivered by the current and last prophet of the new time, BEAM, from the true line of prophets. This consists of the prophets Henoch, Elia, Jeremja, Jesaja, Jmmanuel, Muhammad and BEAM, who all were and are bearers of Nokodemion’s spirit form. They all proclaimed and are proclaiming one and the same teaching of the Creation, teaching of the spirit, teaching of the love and teaching of the truth, which guarantees evolution in harmony with the Creation.

Whenever current human beings see the world harrowed by affliction, war, overpopulation and natural catastrophes, it becomes clear that neither a god, head of religion, ruler, mighty leader, wiseacre or other propagandist will be able to produce any improvement at any time. Only every individual human being is able to bring about a reversal by following the true teaching of the spirit. Solely the individual human being is responsible for this with his or her free will, thinking and actions and with what he or she makes of the truth.”

Karin Wallén, Switzerland

GOTT p.XLI (41)

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Exoplanets in the news

June 29, 2018

There are currently about fifty known exoplanets whose diameters range from Mars-sized to several times the Earth’s and which also reside within their stars’ habitable zone – the orbital distance within which their surface temperatures permit liquid water. These exoplanets are currently our best candidates for hosting life.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-06-habitable-world-exoplanets.html#jCp

A new study from the Georgia Institute of Technology provides new clues indicating that an exoplanet 500 light-years away is much like Earth.

Kepler-186f is the first identified Earth-sized planet outside the solar system orbiting a star in the . This means it’s the proper distance from its for liquid water to pool on the surface.

The Georgia Tech study used simulations to analyze and identify the exoplanet’s spin axis dynamics. Those dynamics determine how much a planet tilts on its axis and how that tilt angle evolves over time. Axial tilt contributes to seasons and climate because it affects how sunlight strikes the planet’s surface.

The researchers suggest that Kepler-186f’s is very stable, much like the Earth, making it likely that it has regular seasons and a stable climate. The Georgia Tech team thinks the same is true for Kepler-62f, a super-Earth-sized planet orbiting around a star about 1,200 light-years away from us.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-06-clues-earth-like-exoplanets.html#jCp

Oh My GOTT p.583

June 26, 2018

559) Consider, only when you joyfully, freely and consciously strive for the high culmination point of the truth-finding, direct yourselves towards this destination and thereby do not have your thoughts and feelings constantly directed only upon yourselves, can you advance and reach the high culmination-point of the truth-recognition and truth-following.

GOTT p.583

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Everything is WORSE than they tell you

June 24, 2018

New study finds US oil and gas methane emissions 60 percent higher than estimated

The U.S. oil and gas industry emits 13 million metric tons of the potent greenhouse gas methane from its operations each year, 60 percent more than estimated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, according to a new study published today in the journal Science.

Significantly, researchers found most of the emissions came from leaks, equipment malfunctions and other “abnormal” operating conditions. The climate impact of these leaks in 2015 was roughly the same as the climate impact of from all all U.S. coal-fired power plants operating in 2015, they found.

“This study provides the best estimate to date on the of oil and gas activity in the United States,” said co-author Jeff Peischl, a CIRES scientist working in NOAA’s Chemical Sciences Division in Boulder, Colorado. “It’s the culmination of 10 years of studies by scientists across the country, many of which were spearheaded by CIRES and NOAA.”

The new paper assessed measurements made at more than 400 well pads in six oil and gas production basins and scores of midstream facilities; measurements from valves, tanks and other equipment; and aerial surveys covering large swaths of the U.S. oil and gas infrastructure. The research was organized by the Environmental Defense Fund and drew on science experts from 16 research institutions including the University of Colorado Boulder and the University of Texas Austin.

https://phys.org/news/2018-06-oil-gas-methane-emissions-percent.html

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-06-oil-gas-methane-emissions-percent.html#jCp

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Small Farm Chemicals

June 19, 2018
Overuse of agricultural chemicals on China’s small farms harms health and environment

Overuse of agricultural chemicals on China’s small farms harms health and environment
Credit: University of Melbourne

The size of farms in China is a key contributor to the overuse of agricultural chemicals, and as a result they may be too small to be environmentally sustainable, a new study has found.

The study found agricultural chemicals are often used inefficiently on small farms, leading to financial losses and serious local, regional and global pollution ranging from eutrophication (an excess of nutrients in bodies of water, often caused by run-off from the land) to particle pollution in the air and global warming.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-06-overuse-agricultural-chemicals-china-small.html#jCp

Through The Fault of Humans

June 3, 2018

Whale dies in Thailand after swallowing 80 plastic bags

BANGKOK (AFP) – 

A whale has died in southern Thailand after swallowing more than 80 plastic bags, officials said, ending an attempted rescue that failed to nurse the mammal back to health.

Thailand is one of the world’s largest consumers of plastic bags, which kill hundreds of marine creatures living near the country’s popular beaches each year.

The small male pilot whale became the latest victim after it was found barely alive in a canal near the border with Malaysia, the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources said on their Facebook page Saturday.

A veterinary team tried “to help stabilise its illness but finally the whale died” on Friday afternoon, the post said.

An autopsy revealed 80 plastic bags weighing up to eight kilograms (18 pounds) in the creature’s stomach, the department added.

Photos accompanying the post showed a group of people using buoys to keep the whale afloat after it was first spotted on Monday and an umbrella to shield it from the scorching sun.

The whale vomited up five bags during the rescue attempt before it died, the department said.

http://www.france24.com/en/20180602-whale-dies-thailand-after-swallowing-80-plastic-bags

See also:

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/jun/05/the-planet-is-on-edge-of-a-global-plastic-calamity

See also:

https://gregdougall.wordpress.com/2018/01/13/salmon-and-orcas-sick-of-man-made-pesticides/

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Meditate and Chill. Catch and Release music video

May 26, 2018

Kepler Completes Campaign 17

May 15, 2018

kep18active

  • Campaign 17 completed successfully
  • Campaign 18 underway
  • Apophis asteroid in view
  • Campaign 16 data processing complete

 

Vote YES on bill H.R. 2809!

May 13, 2018

tracking apophis

tracking apophis bill

Asteroid Apophis will strike Earth in 2029 or 2036 if we do not deflect it.

https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/115/hr2809