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Shot of ESPRESSO seeking life

December 7, 2017

5-firstlightfoThe Echelle SPectrograph for Rocky Exoplanet and Stable Spectroscopic Observations (ESPRESSO) has successfully made its first observations. Installed on ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile, ESPRESSO will search for exoplanets with unprecedented precision by looking at the minuscule changes in the light of their host stars. For the first time ever, an instrument will be able to sum up the light from all four VLT telescopes and achieve the light collecting power of a 16-meter telescope.

ESPRESSO has achieved first light on ESO’s Very Large Telescope at the Paranal Observatory in northern Chile. This new, third-generation echelle spectrograph is the successor to ESO’s hugely successful HARPS at the La Silla Observatory. HARPS can attain a precision of around one metre per second in velocity measurements, whereas ESPRESSO aims to achieve a precision of just a few centimetres per second, due to advances in technology and its placement on a much bigger telescope.

The lead scientist for ESPRESSO, Francesco Pepe from the University of Geneva in Switzerland, explains its significance: “This success is the result of the work of many people over 10 years. ESPRESSO isn’t just the evolution of our previous instruments like HARPS, but it will be transformational, with its higher resolution and higher precision. And unlike earlier instruments it can exploit the VLT’s full collecting power—it can be used with all four of the VLT Unit Telescopes at the same time to simulate a 16-metre . ESPRESSO will be unsurpassed for at least a decade—now I am just impatient to find our first rocky planet!”

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Phil B and Tim A comments on Richard Hoagland interviewing MH on Meier Contacts

December 6, 2017

Phil Bull says:

I was thinking how good it would be having a science based interviewer, I think I got that one wrong. I have listened to the whole 3 hours 3 times now, just because I have to hear it to believe it.
I think Richard indicates he has known about BEAM for years and he seems to have no issue with the Photos etc. But he must have looked no further than the Photos.
I think I am like most people who discover BEAM, (thank you MH as it was your film that I saw), you look at the Photos and you get the feeling it is more likely to be real than not, then you find out about time travel or something else that makes you wonder if it’s maybe just a good story. If you leave it at that and look no further you never get anywhere with the absolute gift right there in front of you.
Many of us must have the same idea at first, why don’t the nice space people just talk to everyone on the planet and while they are at it throw us a few free energy generators, fix pollution, give us some spaceships and we will all do just so much better.
Unfortunately you only have to look at the success rate of “just fixing things” for people at an individual level, as a rule it does not really help them (with exceptions of course). If the person does not put anything in to learning how to manage their own problems mostly they return to their original situation and still need fixing, often over and over again.
When you truly look at BEAM’s information objectively, follow BEAM’s advice of not believing but evaluating for yourself, the multilayered nature of the information becomes clear. There is proof for anyone to find who wants to, as well as the information we can’t prove. Then pretty soon you realize you need to just forget about spaceships and any ideas of helpful “fix your planet for you” ET humans.
All you have to do is “follow the directions on the pack” to find out all about it, logical step by step. If you have done all that and still prefer to believe in Angels +/- some negative ET’s working with the 1% or maybe the odd reptile ET masquerading as a world leader, well there is not much hope for you. It seems the majority of the interviewers who claim to know about BEAM have not looked at nor investigated anything useful.
MH you often say confirmed ET contact would be the most important/significant event for the people of Earth, but I wonder if discovering the spiritual teaching would maybe the number one, just a thought. And I don’t know about anyone else but I am wishing we did not have to refer to BEAM as a case, he is not a case he is a teacher.
And as for the PJ’s, what more do these “experts” want for free! So many facts they have given us just needing us to investigate as best as our technology allows.
Well done MH, that interview was one of your typical best efforts to communicate with those who have chosen not to look at BEAM yet think they have more important evidence of useless things!


Timothy Allen Anderson says:

I keyed in on something that I doubt is unique to my perspective, yet bothers me all the same, regarding a repeated theme with Richard and his insistence that the Plejaren are responsible for our failures. I find it very difficult to accept that someone with the perceived acumen that Richard would seem to possess, could not find it obvious that nearly everything that we Earth humans think we need has been created in such a way as to be self destructive on almost every level. Our transportation of goods and people, our creation of energy, the production of food, our governing systems, the monetary system, health care, immigration, housing, construction of buildings and infrastructure, and so much more. To me, you almost have to try to NOT see the failures as they are EVERYWHERE! I left a comment on the interview that I hope Richard will read, maybe it will make some sense to him.

The answer for Richard Hoagland:

The audio interview of Richard Hoagland and MH:

Mysterious Tweet- Can you decode it?

November 28, 2017


— GalacticIntel(@GalacticIntel) November 28, 2017

Bacteria ‘that had not been there’ found on ISS hull, Russian cosmonaut says

November 27, 2017

Living bacteria were found on the surface of the International Space Station (ISS), and they might have extraterrestrial origins, Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov said. The microorganisms will be studied further on Earth.

Shkaplerov, an ISS expedition flight engineer who will take his third trip to the ISS in December as part of the Expedition 54 crew, said that scientists found living bacteria while they were taking samples from the surface of the station. Speaking to TASS, he said that the microorganisms might have come from outer space.

source: R T dot com


Billy Meier E.T. need to know info on Ohio Exopolitics radio

August 19, 2017

SpaceX Falcon 9 lands after CRS 12 resupply

August 14, 2017

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Watch Replay of CRS 12 Launch

Hot Debate Around UFOs and Climate

July 19, 2017

As Things Heat Up, Michael Horn incinerates the latest member of the “Debunker of the Month” club, and physics dot org publishes “Manmade aerosols identified as driver in shifting global rainfall patterns” article…. and

“Removing CO2 from the air required to safeguard children’s future”


and I really cannot stress enough the part which points out that it is,

“required to safeguard children’s future”

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Whether the temperatures are rising or falling, no credible person can deny the human caused destruction of the environment on the land, in the air, seas, and near space.


ALMA Finds Ingredient of Life Around Infant Sun-like Stars

June 10, 2017


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ALMA has observed stars like the Sun at a very early stage in their formation and found traces of methyl isocyanate – a chemical building block of life. This is the first ever detection of this prebiotic molecule towards solar-type protostars, the sort from which our solar system evolved. The discovery could help astronomers understand how life arose on Earth.

Two teams of astronomers have harnessed the power of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array in Chile to detect the prebiotic complex organic molecule methyl isocyanate in the multiple star system IRAS 16293-2422.

One team was co-led by Rafael Martin-Domenech at the Centro de Astrobiologia in Madrid, Spain, and Victor M. Rivilla, at the Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri in Florence, Italy; and the other by Niels Ligterink at the Leiden Observatory in the Netherlands and Audrey Coutens at University College London, United Kingdom.

“This star system seems to keep on giving! Following the discovery of sugars, we’ve now found methyl isocyanate. This family of organic molecules is involved in the synthesis of peptides and amino acids which, in the form of proteins, are the biological basis for life as we know it,” explain Niels Ligterink and Audrey Coutens.

ALMA’s capabilities allowed both teams to observe the molecule at several different and characteristic wavelengths across the radio spectrum. They found the unique chemical fingerprints located in the warm, dense inner regions of the cocoon of dust and gas surrounding young stars in their earliest stages of evolution.

Each team identified and isolated the signatures of the complex organic molecule methyl isocyanate. They then followed this up with computer chemical modeling and laboratory experiments to refine our understanding of the molecule’s origin.

IRAS 16293-2422 is a multiple system of very young stars, around 400 light-years away in a large star-forming region called Rho Ophiuchi in the constellation of Ophiuchus (The Serpent Bearer). The new results from ALMA show that methyl isocyanate gas surrounds each of these young stars.

Earth and the other planets in our solar system formed from the material (left over after the formation of the Sun. Studying solar-type protostars can therefore open a window to the past for astronomers and allow them to observe conditions similar to those that led to the formation of our solar system over 4.5 billion years ago.

Rafael Martin-Domenech and Victor M. Rivilla, lead authors of one of the papers, comment: “We are particularly excited about the result because these protostars are very similar to the Sun at the beginning of its lifetime, with the sort of conditions that are well suited for Earth-sized planets to form. By finding prebiotic molecules in this study, we may now have another piece of the puzzle in understanding how life came about on our planet.”

Niels Ligterink is delighted with the supporting laboratory results: “Besides detecting molecules we also want to understand how they are formed. Our laboratory experiments show that methyl isocyanate can indeed be produced on icy particles under very cold conditions that are similar to those in interstellar space This implies that this molecule – and thus the basis for peptide bonds – is indeed likely to be present near most new young solar-type stars.”

by Staff Writers
Garching, Germany (SPX) Jun 08, 2017

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

June 3, 2017

First re-used, re-furbished, cargo vessel deployed by re-used, re-flown, re-covered first stage rocket.

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Updated: Drake Equation Revisited

June 2, 2017

1 in 22,286 solar systems in the Milky Way host some form of life, such as plant, animal, human, etc.

1 in 42,507 solar systems in the Milky Way host human life.

1 in 59,316 solar systems in the Milky Way host advanced human life.


1 in 61,571 solid planets or moons in the Milky Way host some form of life, such as plant, animal, human, etc.

1 in 117,439 solid planets or moons in the Milky Way host human life.

1 in 163,878 solid planets or moons in the Milky Way host advanced human life.


1 in 7.43 solar systems/stars in the Milky Way have suns/stars similar to our own sun, SOL.

An estimated 6 trillion to 7 trillion human civilizations exist in our DERN Universe and in our space time configuration.

The estimated number of human civilizations that exist throughout all of Creation, is “in the vigintillions”, a number with 63 zeroes after it.

Total number of Identified Exoplanets: 3,499

Kepler Exoplanet Count: 2,491


Candidates: 4,034
Confirmed: 2,335
Small Habitable Zone Confirmed: 30


Candidates: 520
Confirmed: 156

(as of July 20, 2017)