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Sunday, 21 December 2014

Ascension Earth 2012 -- December 20, 2014

Ascension Earth 2012

  • Exploring Advanced Ancient Civilizations ~ Results of the LAH Expeditions 2004-2011
  • Is this a real sasquatch stepping over a fence? MK Davis Analyzes the Bigfoot 'Fence Climber' Video
  • Why are there no giant mammals on Earth?
  • Can We Get to Alpha Centauri?
  • How Far Will Light From a Star Travel in One Year?
  • How Near-Death Experiences Are Changing The World ~ Part 2 of 2
  • Four Ways of Letting Go ~ A Buddhist Teaching
  • The Anthropocene and the Near Future ~ A Crash Course in History
  • Cloud castles: NASA wants to deploy manned solar-powered airships to Venus
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In this video,  M.K. Davis will stand next to the fence and offer a film double exposure to demonstrate just how high the fence is and how high the creature captured in the video footage steps to climb over the fence in one motion. 

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A model of a floating city in the atmosphere of Venus (Image from
A model of a floating city in the atmosphere of Venus (Image from

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Despite its hellish surface, Venus turns out to be quite an attractive planet for exploration. NASA scientists are developing a project of conquering its upper atmosphere – a fleet of solar-powered aircraft may build up a whole cloud city in the future.

The challenging conditions on Venus’ surface – that is, 92 Earth’s atmospheres of pressure, the sulphuric acid rain with lightning bolts and temperatures of nearly 500 C – made scientists literally turn to cloud castles. This idea has been recently developed in NASA’s High Altitude Venus Operational Concept (HAVOC) mission that is set to send a series of missions to the planet.

“The vast majority of people, when they hear the idea of going to Venus and exploring, think of the surface, where it’s hot enough to melt lead and the pressure is the same as if you were almost a mile underneath the ocean,”aerospace engineer at NASA Langley Research Center Chris Jones told IEEE Spectrum magazine. “I think that not many people have gone and looked at the relatively much more hospitable atmosphere and how you might tackle operating there for a while.”

First, HAVOC is set to send a robot to explore the atmosphere of Venus. It could be followed by a manned mission to orbit and a mission to the planet’s atmosphere – both would include a 30-day stay. Later on, a crew of two astronauts would spend a year in the atmosphere, and someday a whole human colony in a cloud city might be established.

The remarkable vehicle that would carry out the mission is designed to be nearly 130 meters long, with a small 21-cubic-meter habitat for the crew and its top covered with more than 1,000 square meters of solar panels. As Venus is the second closest planet to the Sun, it gets 40 percent more solar power than the Earth – and 240 percent more than Mars. 

The astronauts on the Venus mission are unlikely to leave the aircraft, so – 50 kilometers from the planet’s surface – it would be safer than the expedition to Mars. According to the scientists, they would be studying the planet’s advanced greenhouse effect to better understand the Earth’s possible future. 


Saturday, 20 December 2014

Ascension Earth 2012 -- December 20, 2014

Ascension Earth 2012

  • Short and simple space travel theory ~ Is this how we can travel to other worlds?
  • How Your Brain Can Turn Anxiety into Calmness
  • Incredible Footage of Earth's Stormy Seas
  • This Is Mind Blowing! Must see!
  • Space News, Mars & Comet 67-P on Coast To Coast Radio with George Noory
  • What It’s Like To Be Single During The Holidays
  • New fish species found at a depth of 5 miles in the Mariana Trench ~ Video
  • Rosetta's Comet Lander Will Revive After Bumpy Touchdown, Scientists Say
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An international team of researchers, during a survey of the Mariana trench has found a new species of fish and found evidence of other known species living at new depths.

The Mariana trench is the deepest known part of the ocean, far too deep for humans to visit. At the deepest part of the trench the water pressure would be the equivalent of “one person trying to support 50 jumbo jets” according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA).

The survey was conducted using the Hadal-Lander, a vehicle built in Aberdeen Scotland for deep sea research. The vehicle is equipped with a variety of high resolution cameras, scientific instruments and an array of small baited funnel traps used to lure and trap small animals.

The researchers deployed the craft an unprecedented 92 times along the trench at depths ranging from 5000 – 10,600 meters.
At a depth of 8145 meters the team observed a kind of snail fish, 500 meters deeper than any fish has been observed previously.
“This really deep fish did not look like anything we had seen before, nor does it look like anything we know of, it is unbelievably fragile, with large wing-like fins and a head resembling a cartoon dog,” said Dr Alan Jamieson from the University of Aberdeen in a statement.

During the expedition the team also captured images of a ‘supergiant’ amphipod. These extremely large crustacean was originally discovered in traps off of New Zealand in 2012 but has never before been observed in its natural habitat. Video footage collected by the team shows the animal swimming, feeding and fighting off predators. A number of other species were also filmed, setting new depth records for three fish families. 

Posted: 20 Dec 2014 12:49 AM PST

Mosaic of four images taken by Rosetta's navigation camera (NAVCAM) on 10 December 2014 at 20.1 km from the centre of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
The ESA comet lander Philae came to rest between two shadowed cliffs, limiting the sunlight hitting the lander's solar panels, but scientists hope the lander can be revived by February as more light arrives. This image of the comet's surface is a mosaic of four taken by Rosetta's navigation camera on December 10.

Hopes rise for reviving the hibernating lander's solar power as comet receives more sunlight.


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SAN FRANCISCO—Fear not for Philae: The little lost lander could reawaken as soon as February, the Rosetta mission team said Wednesday. Increasing sunlight almost guarantees an end to the probe's current hibernation on a comet racing toward the sun.

The European Space Agency's $1.75-billion mission sent the lander to comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on November 12 in an audacious, if bumpy, touchdown on the double-lobed comet. It was the first soft landing attempt on a comet.

The lander bounced after an anchoring harpoon failed to fire, turning initial elation to disappointment. After a two-hour bounce, Philae came to rest with one of its three feet planted on the comet and the others angled between two shadowed cliffs.

Those cliffs allow, for now, only 4 hours and 33 minutes of uninterrupted sunlight per day to the probe's solar panels, not enough to restart it. But the mission team announced at the American Geophysical Union meeting that more sunshine is on the way.

Friday, 19 December 2014

Ascension Earth 2012 - December 19, 2014

Ascension Earth 2012

  • Ancient Egypt History, Technology and Purpose of the Bent Pyramid
  • Toumai ~ The 7 Million Year Old Human Ancestor
  • How Near-Death Experiences Are Changing The World ~ Part 1 of 2
  • 10 Technologies That Could Make Humans Immortal
  • Edward Snowden: Here's how we take back the Internet
  • Top 55 Most Mysterious and Strangest Places on Earth
  • The Particle at the End of the Universe ~ Opening a door into the mind-boggling domain of dark matter
  • Discovery Sparks Interest - NASA’s Mission to Mars Gets Its Own New Show
  • Rebooting The Cosmos: Is the Universe the Ultimate Computer?
  • NASA's Kepler finds massive alien planet 180 light years away
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It was the universe's most elusive particle, the linchpin for everything scientists dreamed up to explain how stuff works. It had to be found. But projects as big as CERN's Large Hadron Collider don't happen without dealing and conniving, incredible risks and occasional skullduggery.

Award-winning physicist and science popularizer Sean Carroll reveals the history-making forces of insight, rivalry, and wonder that fuelled the Higgs search and how its discovery opens a door into the mind-boggling domain of dark matter and other phenomena we never predicted.

Posted: 18 Dec 2014 11:11 PM PST

Mars Curiosity Rover

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Often in the media, it's what's new and fresh that brings in the ratings. But what about looking for something potentially millions of years old? What if it wasn't on this planet even? Peak your interest yet? Well, if so, you may just be in luck, because after decades of researching and scoping out the fourth planet from our sun, Mars, NASA has announced today that it has collaborated with the Discovery Channel to show a never-before-seen view of the Red Planet. And it airs tonight, Dec. 18!

Premiering tonight at 10pm ET/PT on the Discovery Channel, check here for local listings and bonus material, the new documentary "Red Planet Rover" will chronicle NASA's Curiosity Rover's long trek across Mars, following it deep into the surface's Gale Crater. But what's even more important is that the documentary will allow the viewers to have a front row seat to NASA's newest discovery that may point to life on Mars far more than any discovery before. Though there are still many questions left unanswered about our red neighbor on the galactic block, Mars, researchers from NASA say that the Curiosity Rover Mission has successfully identified methane and other organics which may give their teams a better insight into the possible watery past of our solar system's famed "Red Planet". And this may include life, as well.

Over nearly two years, NASA's Curiosity Rover has been on a mission seeking out life on every surface of Mars, from the soil to the atmosphere. And while the search has always turned up the disappointing fact that life is not currently sustained on Mars, Curiosity's Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) Laboratory, onboard of the small rover, has been able to sniff around in a different way than with the scientific eye. Utilizing gas chromatography, tunable laser spectrometry and an accurate mass spectrometer, the SAM Laboratory has found that while Mars' atmosphere may be thin, there may be additional organic molecules present in dense areas across the vast planet. According to data, four times, the rover's laboratory sensed large spikes in the methane content of the atmosphere-more than ten times that of baseline data. Published this week in the journal Science, NASA researchers say that while the data is significant and may lead scientists to finding life on Mars, that results are at this time inconclusive and could be attributed to early water's interactions with the surface rocks.

"We will keep working on the puzzles these findings present" Curiosity project scientist at Cal Tech, John Grotzinger says. "Can we learn more about the active chemistry causing such fluctuations in the amount of methane in the atmosphere? Can we choose rock targets where identifiable organics have been preserved?"
Tonight the Discovery Channel will continue in the spirit of Curiosity's extensive mission, and share with its more than 68.3 million viewers worldwide exactly what NASA and its impressive rover have set out to do. And with a tad bit of insight from the project leaders themselves, the documentary is likely to open up a lot of questions, along with giving viewers a lot of long-sought answers.

"When we look at Mars, we have to wonder did life happen there as well? If so, what happened to it?" veteran engineer with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory overseeing Curiosity's mission, Gentry Lee says. "If life evolved first on Mars, what's the possibility that life was knocked off of Mars and carried all the way to the planet Earth? Perhaps you and I and everything that's living on the planet Earth are Martians!"

"Red Planet Rover" will air on the Discovery Channel Dec. 18, at 10pm ET/PT. 
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NASA's Kepler finds massive alien planet 180 light years away
NASA's Kepler space telescope has discovered its first alien planet since malfunctioning in May 2013, and it's a big one: HIP 116454b is a "super Earth" about 20,000 miles wide and 12 times more massive than our planet.

"Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Kepler has been reborn and is continuing to make discoveries," Andrew Vanderburg, the lead author of a study on the discovery, said in a statement. "Even better, the planet it found is ripe for follow-up studies."

This alien planet is 180 light years away from Earth in the Pisces constellation, and its density suggests it is either a "mini Neptune" with a thick atmosphere or a water world, reports. Kepler was launched in March 2009 with the goal of finding out how often Earth-like planets occur around the Milky Way, and so far it has found almost 1,000 confirmed planets and 3,200 "candidates."
- - Catherine Garcia

Morgan Kochel says:

Conversation with
A Man Who Went to Mars
by Morgan Kochel

…And there you have it! This was the end of our discussion about the Mars mission, but I have remained in touch with Chad. At this point, I hope to be able to convince him to do a video or TV interview, but of course, there will be more than a few obstacles to overcome, the main one being that he may currently be in some danger if he goes public.

Furthermore, there is always the barrier of peoples' understandable skepticism.

As I said in the beginning, I cannot verify this story for anyone, nor is my intent to convince anyone of its veracity. My goal is only to help him get his story heard, because if this story IS true, the people of this planet are being lied to on a grand scale, and perhaps this will eventually help the UFO Disclosure Movement. It's time for the lies to be uncovered, and time for the truth -- whatever that may be -- to be known once and for all.

a man


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For Immediate Release

January 15, 2013

Los Angeles, CA - CHD2 Productions will hold a media event at the Sundae Film Festival in Park City, Utah to launch a major event/documentary project. At the press conference Apollo14 Astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell, the sixth person to walk on the Moon, will be introduced as the international spokesperson for the Citizens' Hearing on Disclosure and Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell will be announced as Director of a documentary film, Truth Embargo, based upon this Citizens' Hearing. See film Trailer.

The media event will be held in the Aspen Room at the Park City Peaks, 2121 Park Avenue, Park City, UT on Friday, January 18 from 2-3 pm MST.

The Citizens' Hearing on Disclosure will be produced by Paradigm Research Group and will take place between April 29 and May 3 in Washington, DC at the National Press Club where the main ballroom will be turned into a "Congressional Hearing Room." This unprecedented project will bring top researchers from around the world along with government/agency witnesses to testify for 30 hours over five days before former members of the United States Congress. The subject of this hearing is an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race. The motto of this hearing is, "If Congress will not do its job, the people will." The last time the Congress of the United States held a hearing on what is arguably the most important issue in the world today was in 1968 before the House Committee on Science and Astronautics.

Producing the accompanying documentary film Truth Embargo will be Just Cause Entertainment, a film/television/special effects company located in Marina Del Rey, California.

Just Cause Entertainment President Reuben Langdon and Paradigm Research Group Executive Director Stephen Bassettwill moderate the press conference. Langdon and Bassett will be meeting throughout the week with activist writers, directors and producers regarding endorsements for the Citizens' Hearing project.

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