WISDOM AND CONTEMPLATIVE THOUGHT.
CHANNELED MESSAGE FROM
12th December 2014.
Channeled by Paul Marwood
Transcribed by Paul Marwood
WISDOM AND CONTEMPLATIVE THOUGHT.
Suzanne Lie ~ Arturiana Historia Antigua – Mensaje a los Lemures
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Arturiana Historia Antigua Parte 1
11 de diciembre 2014
Suzanne Lie ~ Arcturian Ancient History – Message to the Lemurians
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Arcturian Ancient History Part 1
December 11, 2014
Recordatorio y reflejo del momento de Merlin 11 de diciembre 2014 por Méline Portia Lafont
Reminder and Reflection of the Moment from Merlin December 11, 2014 by Méline Portia Lafont
Excerpt from techtimes.com
The Moon could be the next great dumping ground of the human race, an extraterrestrial garbage dump for castoff remains of unwanted pen sets, ugly sweaters, and dolls.
Since the start of the space age, the Moon has become a dumping ground for remains of spacecraft, television cameras, shovels, boots and human waste.
Astrobotic is a company now offering the chance for ordinary people to send goods to our natural satellite. Their landing systems are designed to bring cargo down to within 400 feet of the intended landing spot. Many other landers can miss the target by dozens of miles.
The MoonMail service from Astrobotic allows customers to send anything they wish to the Moon. The service is advertised as providing a chance for people to send keepsakes to the Moon, where they will be preserved, theoretically, for many years.
However, this program concerns some observers, who believe the program could lead to ordinary people, as well as corporations, sending garbage to the Moon.
Costumers wishing to send items to the Moon may do so through the company for as little as $460 for an item that can fit inside a small hexagonal container. Items about the size of a quarter cost around $1,600, and people with a million dollars to spend can send up to two pounds of cargo to our natural satellite.
Astrobotic prohibits customers from sending perishable items, liquids, or weapons to the Moon. Space travel of any sort is full of uncertainty, and the company notes that flights may be canceled or postponed when necessary.
Although there is no water or air on the Moon to create erosion like that seen on Earth, the lunar surface is a harsh environment. Without an atmosphere, there is no protection from radiation, and charged particles racing through space. Micrometeorites also constantly bombard the lunar surface, and severe thermal changes can take a heavy toll on items. Items sitting on the lunar surface can blacken and start to decay in just a couple years.
|This illustration shows the ESA’s XMM-Newton space telescope. Using X-ray data collected by the telescope, scientists say they may have identified a dark-matter signal. (D. Ducros / European Space Agency)|
Excerpt from latimes.com
Scientists say they may have discovered a possible dark matter signal coded in the X-rays emanating from two bright objects in the sky.
The findings, set to be published next week in Physical Review Letters, could offer tangible evidence for the existence of dark matter — and help researchers build new tools to search for and study this mysterious stuff.
When it comes to matter in the universe, dark matter is like a backroom political power broker: You never see it, but behind the scenes, it’s been throwing its weight around. The effects of its gravitational influence can be seen in the large-scale structures of the cosmos. Dark matter makes up about 84.5% of the matter in the universe while all the stuff we actually see — stars, galaxies, planets, ourselves — makes up the remaining 15.5%.* The enormous galaxies and clusters of galaxies that populate the universe are bantamweights compared to the massive, unseen dark matter ‘halos’ that anchor them.
Dark matter’s formidable gravitational influence is the only way that the strange stuff can be detected, because it’s invisible — it does not interact with light. Physicists have no idea what it’s made of, although they’ve looked for it by building detectors in underground former gold mines, sending satellites into space and other methods.
But now, a team led by researchers at Leiden University in the Netherlands and the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland say they’ve discovered a signal that could be a sign of dark matter.
The scientists looked at X-ray emissions coming from the Andromeda galaxy and the Perseus galaxy cluster, collected by the European Space Agency’s XMM-Newton space telescope. After accounting for all the light particles (called photons) emanating from known sources in the Andromeda galaxy, they were left with a strange set of photons that had no known source. The found the same light signature emanating from the Perseus cluster. And when they turned their attention to the Milky Way, they found signs of this signal in our home galaxy, as well.
“It is consistent with the behavior of a line originating from the decay of dark matter particles,” the authors wrote in a pre-print of the study.
This weird light signal, they think, could be coming from the destruction of a hypothetical particle called a sterile neutrino (which, if it exists, might help explain dark matter). But it’s going to take a lot of follow-up study to determine whether this signal is a scientific breakthrough or an anomalous blip.
Part 4 of a Message
Received by Mercedes Kirkel
On November 16, 2014
At Unity of Sedona
Question: I’m wondering if you, Mary, feel that you fully share yourself with Yeshua?
Mary Magdalene: We share ourselves at every level, in every way. And yet I do not know that this satisfies the question that you are asking.
Questioner: Did Yeshua and Mary have intercourse?
Mary Magdalene: Absolutely.
Mary Magdalene: Physical.
Questioner: (Laughs) I’m still not satisfied, but I don’t think we can go any further with this.
Mary Magdalene: We came to bring the Divine to every level of human life, to be the Divine at every level of human life. Why would we not include sexuality?
Questioner: I’m just wondering about the facts.
Mary Magdalene: Sexuality is one of the most sacred aspects of life on Earth. Because of various influences, training, indoctrination, many people have lost touch with the sacredness of sexuality. But it is absolutely a sacred pathway upon the Earth, if beings choose to engage it as such.
Is there anything else you wish to ask at this time?
Questioner: No. Thank you.
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12 de diciembre 2014
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December 12, 2014
|In laboratory, researchers have developed insulin-producing beta cells|
THURSDAY, Oct. 9, 2014 (HealthDay News) — In what may be a step toward a cure for type 1 diabetes, researchers say they’ve developed a large-scale method for turning human embryonic stem cells into fully functioning beta cells capable of producing insulin.
Type 1 diabetes, an autoimmune disorder affecting upwards of 3 million Americans, is characterized by the body’s destruction of its own insulin-producing pancreatic beta cells. Without insulin, which is needed to convert food into energy, blood sugar regulation is dangerously out of whack.
Currently, people with type 1 diabetes need daily insulin injections to maintain blood sugar control. But “insulin injections don’t cure the disease,” said study co-author Douglas Melton, of Harvard University. Patients are vulnerable to metabolic swings that can bring about serious complications, including blindness and limb loss, he said at a teleconference this week.
“We wanted to replace insulin injections using nature’s own solution, being the pancreatic beta cell,” Melton said. Now, “we are reporting the ability to make hundreds of millions of these cells,” he added.
Melton ultimately envisions a credit card-sized package of beta cells that can be safely transplanted into a diabetes patient and left in place for a year or more, before needing to be replaced.
But between then and now, human trials must be launched, a venture Melton thinks could begin in about three years.
If that research pans out, the Harvard team’s results may prove to be a benchmark in the multi-decade effort to deliver on the promise of stem cell research as a way to access new treatments for all sorts of diseases.
SOURCES: Douglas A. Melton, Ph.D., co-scientific director, department of stem cell and regenerative biology, Harvard Stem Cell Institute, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.; Albert Hwa, Ph.D., director, discovery research, JDRF; Oct. 9, 2014 Issue of Cell
Astrobotic Technology Inc. announced the launch of their Moon Mail program, which will send a small memento to the moon for you on its Griffin lunar lander.
“For the first time ever, people from all over the world can take their keepsakes, mementos, and fly them all the way directly to the moon,” John Thornton told KDKA editor Jon Delano on Thursday.
The company was found in 2008 and is a licensed contractor with NASA. They are also an official partner with NASA on the Lunar CATALYST program.
According to a press release, the program is, “an opportunity to commemorate major life – graduations, weddings, birthdays, a loved one’s memory – with a lasting symbol on the moon.”
“With Moon Mail, people from around the world can send a memento on Astrobotic’s lunar lander,” Astrobotic CEO John Thornton said in a statement. “They’ll make history by participating in the first Moon landing.”
“We’re a delivery service. We’re just like FedEx or UPS. We take your packages and send them to the moon,” Thornton said.
Looking for a cool for a loved one?
Thornton says, send a memory of them to the moon.
“The moon is a forever place. It’s up in the sky and you can see it every single night, so we can send pieces of ourselves, stories, and mementos that mean something to us as individuals, and it will be forever immortalized on the surface of the moon.”
In about two years, Astrobotic will launch its first space craft to the moon as part of Google’s Lunar X-Prize Contest — and then land on the surface.
The lunar lander looks pretty typical, and mail will be strapped or attached right to the surface of the lander. The lander ends up on the moon where it stays forever along with your package.
It’s not cheap.
the size of your package, the price ranges from $460 to over $25,000.
“Wouldn’t interest me in the least,” says Carolyn Roberts of Murraysville.
“I want to keep everything here. Give it to the kids,” adds Daneen Miller of Murraysville.
While some have no interest, others see the possibilities.
“It would be pretty cool to say you had a piece of yourself on the moon,” notes R. J. Baughman of Robinson.
“Something that means a lot to me I guess,” says Nikki Boyle of Castle Shannon. “That way if I look up at the moon, I know it’s there.
A pretty cool thought indeed.
Excerpt from slate.com
WE CALL Earth a water world, and that’s pretty fair: Our planet’s surface is 70 per cent covered in it, it makes up a percentage of our air, and there’s even a substantial amount of it mixed in to the planet’s mantle, deep underground.
But where the heck did it come from?
This is no idle question. We have a lot of water here, and it must have come from somewhere. There are two obvious source — it formed here along with the Earth, or it was brought to Earth from space. Which is the dominant source has been a topic of long and heated debate among astronomers.
The first big science results have just been announced by the European science team working with the Rosetta probe, and, in my opinion, they throw more gasoline on the fire. Measurements made by the probe show that comets like 67P/Churyumov — Gerasimenko — the one Rosetta is orbiting — couldn’t have been the source of our water.
But that hardly helps answer the underlying question! Why not? Ah, the details …
When the Earth formed 4.55 billion years ago (give or take), there was a lot of water in the disk of material swirling around the Sun. Close in to the Sun, where it was warm, that water was a gas, and farther out it formed ice. We see that latter part echoed down through time now in the form of icy moons around the outer planets.
You’d expect water collected on Earth along with everything else (metals, silicates, and so on). When the Earth cooled, a lot of that water bubbled up from the interior or was outgassed by volcanism.
But we have another big source, too: comets. These are dirty snowballs, rock and dust held together by water frozen as ice. They formed farther out in the solar system, where ice was more plentiful. Long ago, just a few hundred million years after Earth formed and started to cool, there was a tremendous flood of comets sent down into the inner solar system, disturbed by the gravitational dance of the outer planets as they slowly settled down into their orbits. This Late Heavy Bombardment, as it’s called, could have supplied all of Earth’s water.
How to tell? Well, it turns out that in this one case, hipsters are right: Locally sourced is measurably different than stuff trucked in.
Water is made up of one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms. Hydrogen atoms, it so happens, come in two flavours: The normal kind that has single proton in its nucleus, and a heavier kind called deuterium that has a proton and a neutron (there’s also tritium, with two neutrons, but that’s exceedingly rare). Deuterium is far more rare than the normal kind of hydrogen, but how rare depends on what you look at. The ratio of deuterium to hydrogen in Earth’s water can be different than, say, water in comets, or on Mars.
Note I said, “can be”. We know the ratio differs across the solar system. But suppose we find the same ratio in comets as we do on Earth. That would be powerful evidence that water here began out there. Astronomers have looked at a lot of comets trying to pin down the ratio, and what they’ve found is maddening: Some comets have a ratio very different from Earth’s, and only one (103P/Hartley 2) has a ratio similar to ours.
Now that’s interesting: 103/P is a Jupiter-family comet, meaning it used to orbit the Sun far out, but dropped into the inner solar system, got its orbit modified by Jupiter, and now has a much shorter path that keeps it in the inner solar system.
Rosetta’s comet, 67/P, is also a Jupiter-family comet. You’d expect them to have roughly similar deuterium/hydrogen ratios.
They don’t. 67/P, according to Rosetta, has three times the deuterium per hydrogen atom as Earth (and 103/P).
What does that mean? It’s not clear, which is why this is maddening. It could be simply that not all Jupiter-family comets have the same ratio; they may all have different origins (born scattered across the solar system, so with different D/H ratios), but now belong to the same family. Or it could mean that 67/P is an oddball, with a much higher ratio than most other comets like it. That would seem unlikely, though, since we’ve studied so few you wouldn’t expect an oddball to be found so easily.
Making things more complicated, some asteroids in the main belt between Mars and Jupiter have water on them, and it appears to have an Earth-like D/H ratio. But we think they have so little water that it would take a lot more of them impacting the early Earth to give us our water than it would comets. That’s possible, but we know lots of comets hit us back then, so it’s still weird that the D/H ratios don’t seem to work out. Still, it’s nice that there could be another potential source to study, and this new Rosetta result does lend credence to the idea that asteroids did the wet work.
So if you ask where Earth’s water come from, the answer is: We still don’t know…
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Ann Albers által közvetítve
2014. December 6.
Now, researchers from South Africa claim that the golden ratio can be seen in the topology of space-time, giving the argument that the ratio keeps the entire Universe in order.
Dr. Jan Boeyens at the University of Pretoria and Dr. Francis Thackeray of the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa have researched the many ways that the golden ratio can be seen ‘related not only to aspects of mathematics but also to physics, chemistry, biology and the topology of space-time.’ The researchers believe that geometric shapes found in the natural world throughout the Universe ultimately succumb to the same mathematical property of 1.618.
The golden ratio creates an aesthetically pleasing appearance, in nature often resembling a spiral shape and, artificially, used by artists when creating art such as portraits and human body dimensions. Mathematically, it is represented by the Greek letter ‘phi’ and is said to be “a mathematical connection between two aspects of an object.” In the natural world, it is found in plants, such as sunflowers, pine cones, pineapples and cauliflower, as well as in animals’ skeletons and parts such as elephant tusks. It also represents the proportions all over the human body, such as from the hand to the forearm, or the distance between the three knuckles on each finger.
Drs. Boeyens and Thackeray’s research extends the golden ratio to the concept of space-time:
‘A convincing case for assuming a cosmic character of the golden ratio can be made based on the ubiquity of logarithmic spirals,’ the researchers write.
‘Spectacular examples include the Whirlpool Galaxy (M51), ammonites, the shape of Nautilus shells, Hurricane Katrina and the distribution of planets, moons, asteroids and rings in the solar system.’
‘The argument that this amazing consilience (self-similarity) arises from a common environmental constraint, which can only be an intrinsic feature of curved space-time, is compelling,’ they write.
‘The time has come to recognise that relativity and quantum theories can be integrated, and linked numerically to the value of a mathematical constant – whether in the context of space-time or biology’.
Some might think that the presence of the golden ratio in a tiny seashell as well as the solar system is a coincidence. Yet, perhaps there is more to learn from the beauty of such intelligent design that permeates so many things throughout the Universe. Similar to the cosmic connection we share with all living beings in the universe that emit an energetic vibration, the golden ratio may be another clue that brings us closer to understanding the that ties between our human existence and the cosmos.
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