Posts Tagged ‘space’

Meier Corroboration #173

December 4, 2018

Dec. 3, 2018

An international team of scientists have detected ripples in space and time, known as gravitational waves, from the biggest known black-hole collision that formed a new black hole about 80 times larger than the Sun – and from another three black-hole mergers.

“These were from four different binary black hole systems smashing together and radiating strong gravitational waves out into space,” said Professor Scott…
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Since the second observing run finished in August 2017, scientists have been upgrading the LIGO and Virgo gravitational-wave detectors to make them more sensitive.”This means during the upcoming third observing run, starting early next year, we will be able to detect events further out in space, meaning more detections and potentially gravitational waves from new and yet unknown sources in the Universe,” Professor Scott said.
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The international research team has detected gravitational waves from 10 different black-hole mergers and one neutron star collision during the past three years.
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https://phys.org/news/2018-12-scientists-biggest-black-hole-collision.html
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July 7, 1988
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Billy: Yes, that will probably be good. Then I would like to ask the following: Semjase once said that there are sometimes very powerful convulsions in the Universe that are released by black holes. What explanation lies behind this?
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Quetzal: 36. It concerns space-time convulsions, which we also call space-time quakes. 37. These occur when two black holes collide and merge with one another.
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Billy: You mean that when two black holes collide and merge with one another, then structural quakes will result in the levels of space and time or even structural convulsions, if I understand that correctly?
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Quetzal: 38. That is correct.
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https://billymeier.wordpress.com/2018/10/02/when-black-holes-collide/
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If you want to get your news a bit earlier- 30 years earlier in this case, perhaps it is time to start getting your information from a more knowledgeable source- Billy Meier and the Plejarens…
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http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/Billy_Meier/The_Pleiadian/Plejaren_Contact_Reports
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See also:
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https://gregdougall.wordpress.com/2018/11/23/meier-corroboration-372/

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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

SpaceX space port coming to L.A.?

April 19, 2018

Los Angeles port commission approves SpaceX rocket facility

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April 19, 2018

Los Angeles harbor commissioners have approved a permit for Space Exploration Technologies to build a facility on 19 acres of port land to manufacture a Mars rocket that will be so big it will require an oceangoing barge for transport to launch sites.

SpaceX founder Elon Musk says the rocket will serve a wide range of missions including going to Mars.

The permit approved Thursday has an initial 10-year term with two 10-year options to extend.

SpaceX will receive credits that offset the approximately $1.38 million in annual rent in exchange for improvements it makes, including construction of a huge hangar-style building. Overall credits are capped at $44 million.

The deal is expected to be reviewed by the City Council.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-04-los-angeles-port-commission-spacex.html#jCp

 

 

 

Cluster PLCK G308.3-20.2. Enjoy.

April 14, 2018

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NASA/ESA Hubble

A Dark Matter chart for blind Ben Davidson

March 1, 2018

dark matter ratio dark energy pie chart

With eyes closed, Ben Davidson sounds quite silly talking about dark matter theories to his tens of thousands of followers.  Would he only have accepted my cash offer to just look at the information and answers to his many questions, he would not be wasting his career following fact-idiots.  Alas, he is afraid of learning the truth about the universe.  That or he thinks he knows everything already.

If you want to know more about the universe and sun than Ben Davidson, get these documents and read them:

#PIOOSR

#WCFTSATFM

https://billymeier.wordpress.com/2015/01/25/age-of-our-universe-stars-black-energy/

 

Planets possibly discovered outside of our Galaxy

February 4, 2018

Until this study, there has been no evidence of planets in other galaxies.  This is the first time anyone has discovered planets outside our galaxy.

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A University of Oklahoma astrophysics team has discovered for the first time a population of planets beyond the Milky Way galaxy. Using microlensing—an astronomical phenomenon and the only known method capable of discovering planets at truly great distances from the Earth among other detection techniques—OU researchers were able to detect objects in extragalactic galaxies that range from the mass of the Moon to the mass of Jupiter.  This galaxy is located 3.8 billion light years away.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-02-astrophysicists-planets-extragalactic-galaxies-microlensing.html#jCp

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

related:  https://billymeier.wordpress.com/2014/07/28/bacteria-that-live-in-heat-fire-and-even-suns/

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.


N = 2,630,000 = the number of civilizations in our galaxy where communication may be possible


 

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

Kepler:

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

K2:

Candidates: 520
Confirmed: 156

(as of July 20, 2017)

30,000 already on Mars, According to Mythi

November 5, 2016

The greatest photo of Jupiter … was taken with a 35mm camera

July 6, 2016

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