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          Astrofísicos da Universidade de Harvard: "o objeto espacial 'Oumuamua' era uma nave alienígena"      Cache   Translate Page      
No ano passado, a comunidade científica ficou maravilhada com o aparecimento de uma estranha rocha alongada e inesperada que surgira no nosso sistema solar, 'Oumuamua'. Naquela época, os cientistas não podiam determinar o que era, seja um cometa ou um asteroide, ou se era uma espaçonave alienígena danificada, como disseram alguns pesquisadores.

No entanto, o mistério continuou até agora. Agora, um novo estudo científico da prestigiosa Universidade de Harvard de astrofísica, o Dr. Shmuel Bialy e Dr. Abraham Loeb, oferece hipótese surpreendente: 'Oumuamua' poderia ter sido um misterioso artefato, um pedaço de uma tecnologia real e que pertence a uma civilização interestelar. Esta não é mais uma simples especulação infundada, é apoiada por um estudo científico conduzido por dois respeitados cientistas. Os autores deste estudo científico começaram com uma ideia simples: e se a pressão da radiação solar causou a aceleração inesperada de Oumunanua? Parece bastante razoável.
Mas como a radiação do Sol causa a aceleração observada pelos cientistas, "Oumunanua" deveria ter uma forma muito estranha. Paul Gilster, um blogueiro que escreve sobre pesquisas astronômicas revisadas por pares, explicou: "Podemos resolver restrições na área do objeto por meio de sua magnitude observada. O documento pretende mostrar que uma folha fina de cerca de 0,3 mm de espessura e um raio de cerca de 20 metros permitirá a aceleração não gravitacional calculada no papel de Micheli. Portanto, considerando o objeto como uma superfície fina, podemos imaginar uma forma cilíndrica oca ou cônica. Você pode facilmente imaginar virar um pedaço de papel curvo e olhar para a superfície da rede a partir de diferentes ângulos de visão. "

Sob essa hipótese, os cientistas escreveram em seu estudo: 'Oumuamua' é uma sonda destinada a uma missão de reconhecimento e não um membro de uma população aleatória de objetos estelares (asteroides, cometas, etc.). "Sim! Embora pareça incrível, é isso que os astrofísicos escreveram. Existem, é claro, muitas razões para o ceticismo. Por um lado, existem explicações alternativas plausíveis para a aceleração do 'Oumuamua diferente da pressão da radiação solar. Jet Propulsion Laboratory da David Farnocchia NASA formulada a hipótese: "Esta força adicional em Oumuamua fina provavelmente é causado por jatos de material gasoso ejectados a partir da sua superfície. Esse mesmo tipo de desgaseificação afeta o movimento de muitos cometas em nosso sistema solar. "
No entanto, mesmo esse ponto de vista não foi totalmente satisfatório. Passou através do nosso sistema solar, 'Oumauamua' não mostrou nenhum sinal de ter uma cauda como um cometa, o que provavelmente acompanhar um objeto acelerando devido aos jatos de gás.

Frustrante, parece que nunca teremos uma resposta definitiva sobre o que era "Oumuamua". Ele deixou nosso sistema solar e está muito longe para ver isso agora. Os cientistas ficaram surpresos quando viram que Oumauamua havia acelerado quando estava perto do Sol, praticamente zerando sua poderosa atração gravitacional. Mesmo quando estava perto, nossa tecnologia de radar e observação telescópica só conseguia capturar imagens borradas do objeto. Então ainda estamos na maior parte no escuro. Mas se pudéssemos confirmar que um objeto alienígena visitou nosso sistema solar no final, teríamos uma resposta para o famoso paradoxo do físico Enrico Fermi.
Dada a hipótese de que é improvável que os humanos sejam um único evento no universo, e desde que eras se passaram desde que a vida se tornou possível no universo, por que eles não encontraram nenhum sinal de vida extraterrestre? "Talvez já tenhamos feito isso, simplesmente não percebemos naquele momento. O estudo científico foi publicado no site arXiv. org .
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          Le mystérieux astéroïde Oumuamua, une sonde extra-terrestre ? Des astrophysiciens s’interrogent      Cache   Translate Page      

Les astronomes s'évertuent à identifier le visiteur interstellaire Oumuamua. Une étude se demande s'il ne s'agit pas d'une sonde envoyée par des aliens. [Lire la suite]
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Objeto interestelar pode ter sido enviado à Terra por alienígenas, dizem pesquisadores de Harvard Os cientistas levantaram a hipótese de que a rota do 'Oumuamua', descoberto no ano passado no...
          Cigar-Shaped Interstellar Object May Have Been Alien Probe, Harvard Paper Claims      Cache   Translate Page      
A mysterious object spotted tumbling through our solar system last year may have been an alien spacecraft sent to investigate Earth, astronomers from Harvard University have suggested.
          Oumuamua: Mysterious interstellar asteroid 'could be giant artificial solar sail sent by aliens looking for life'      Cache   Translate Page      
Scientists at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics believe 'Oumuamua' - the first ever interstellar object spotted in our solar system - could be a giant light sail
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Roberto Battiston: "Bussetti mi ha revocato dall'Agenzia spaziale italiana"
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Si fa presto a parlare di guerra spaziale. In realtà lo scontro che ha portato alla revoca del presidente dell'Asi Roberto Battiston è molto più terra-terra. Sullo scienziato trentino, cui fra l'altro fu dedicato un asteroide, si è scatenato un fuoco ...
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          Navštívili nás mimozemšťani! Vědci z Harvardu předložili důkazy - tn.cz      Cache   Translate Page      

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Podle vědců z Harvardu asteroid Oumuamua, který kolem Země proletěl minulý rok, mohl být sondou vyslanou mimozemskou civilizací. Asteroid totiž měnil trajektorii i rychlost. S tvrzením přišli astrofyzikové z Harvardské univerzity - podle nich by ...

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V naší sluneční soustavě se pohybuje tajemný vesmírný objekt označovaný jako Oumuamua. Asteroid ve tvaru doutníku byl poprvé pozorován v říjnu roku 2017. První známý mezihvězdný objekt procházející naší sluneční soustavou může podle vědců být ...

Asteroid Oumuamua může být součásti mimozemské kosmické lodi, tvrdí vědci




          [TobagoJack] ‘We’ cannot stop the progression of totally screw up the environment, I fear, fo...      Cache   Translate Page      
‘We’ cannot stop the progression of totally screw up the environment, I fear, for ‘we’ cannot even stop wars.

For as long as we have amongst us enough people who can utter ‘history does not matter’ and ‘say ‘no’ to hospitals’, we are more likely lost, in direct proportion to number of such enough people.

I am guessing that the world needs more education, starting at the highest levels, all embracing, in varied subjects, all encompassing, and somehow be inclusive of all, even those that live in remote African villages and concrete HK jungles, and and and, in order to save the day

In any case, am of two minds re below

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Interstellar object may have been alien probe, Harvard paper argues, but experts are skeptical

(CNN) — A mysterious cigar-shaped object spotted tumbling through our solar system last year may have been an alien spacecraft sent to investigate Earth, astronomers from Harvard University have suggested.

The object, nicknamed 'Oumuamua, meaning "a messenger that reaches out from the distant past" in Hawaiian, was discovered in October 2017 by the Pan-STARRS 1 telescope in Hawaii.

Since its discovery, scientists have been at odds to explain its unusual features and precise origins, with researchers first calling it a comet and then an asteroid before finally deeming it the first of its kind: a new class of "interstellar objects."

A new paper by researchers at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics raises the possibility that the elongated dark-red object, which is 10 times as long as it is wide and traveling at speeds of 196,000 mph, might have an "artificial origin."
"'Oumuamua may be a fully operational probe sent intentionally to Earth vicinity by an alien civilization," they wrote in the paper, which has been submitted to the Astrophysical Journal Letters.
The theory is based on the object's "excess acceleration," or its unexpected boost in speed as it traveled through and ultimately out of our solar system in January.

"Considering an artificial origin, one possibility is that 'Oumuamua is a light sail, floating in interstellar space as a debris from an advanced technological equipment," wrote the paper's authors, suggesting that the object could be propelled by solar radiation.

The paper was written by Abraham Loeb, professor and chair of astronomy, and Shmuel Bialy, a postdoctoral scholar, at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Loeb has published four books and more than 700 papers on topics like black holes, the future of the universe, the search for extraterrestrial life and the first stars.

The paper points out that comparable light-sails exist on Earth.

"Light-sails with similar dimensions have been designed and constructed by our own civilization, including the IKAROS project and the Starshot Initiative. The light-sail technology might be abundantly used for transportation of cargos between planets or between stars."

In the paper, the pair theorize that the object's high speed and its unusual trajectory could be the result of it no longer being operational.

"This would account for the various anomalies of 'Oumuamua, such as the unusual geometry inferred from its light-curve, its low thermal emission, suggesting high reflectivity, and its deviation from a Keplerian orbit without any sign of a cometary tail or spin-up torques."

'Oumuamua is the first object ever seen in our solar system that is known to have originated elsewhere.

At first, astronomers thought the rapidly moving faint light was a regular comet or an asteroid that had originated in our solar system.

Comets, in particular, are known to speed up due to "outgassing," a process in which the sun heats the surface of the icy comet, releasing melted gas. But 'Oumuamua didn't have a "coma," the atmosphere and dust that surrounds comets as they melt.

Multiple telescopes focused on the object for three nights to determine what it was before it moved out of sight.

Going forward, the researchers believe we should search for other interstellar objects in our sky.

"It is exciting to live at a time when we have the scientific technology to search for evidence of alien civilizations," Loeb wrote in an email. "The evidence about `Oumuamua is not conclusive but interesting. I will be truly excited once we have conclusive evidence."

Is this just fantasy?

Other mysteries in space have previously been thought of as signs of extraterrestrial life: a mysterious radio signal, repeating fast radio bursts and even a strangely flickering star, known as Tabby's Star.

The mysterious radio signal was later determined to be coming from Earth, the repeating fast radio bursts are still being investigated, and new research suggests that Tabby's Star is flickering because of dust -- rather than being an alien megastructure.
So what does that mean for 'Oumuamua?

"I am distinctly unconvinced and honestly think the study is rather flawed," Alan Jackson, fellow at the Centre for Planetary Sciences at the University of Toronto Scarborough, wrote in an email. "Carl Sagan once said, 'extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence' and this paper is distinctly lacking in evidence nevermind extraordinary evidence."

Jackson published a paper in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society in March that suggests that 'Oumuamua came from a binary star system, or a system with two stars.
Jackson said the spectral data from 'Oumuamua looks like an asteroid or a comet, while that of a solar sail would look very different. The new paper proposes that the sail has been coated in interstellar dust, which obscures its true spectral signature.

"Any functional spacecraft would almost certainly retract its solar sail once in interstellar space to prevent damage," Jackson said. "The sail is useless once away from a star so there would be no reason to leave it deployed. If it was then deployed again on entering the solar system it would be pristine. Even if it was left deployed the dust accumulation would be primarily on the leading side like bugs on a windshield."

'Oumuamua also travels in a complex tumbling spin, but a functioning solar sail would have a much smoother path and obvious radiation-driven acceleration, Jackson said. Even the spinning motion of a damaged solar sail would be far more strongly influenced by the radiation forces than seen, he explained.

The solar sail would also be thinner than the authors of the new paper describe, he said.

"The sail on IKAROS is 7.5 micrometres thick with a mass of only 0.001g/cm^2, 100 times lower than their estimate," Jackson said. "While a combined spacecraft and sail could have a higher net mass the sail itself needs to be extremely light. That would also significantly change their estimate for how far it could travel before falling apart -- though as I said, I doubt any functional craft would leave its sail deployed in interstellar space."

Solar sails also can't change course after being launched, so if 'Oumuamua was truly a solar sail, it would be traceable back to its origin. So far, there is no obvious origin for 'Oumuamua.

"Beyond that, it becomes difficult to trace because of the motion of the stars and any hypothetical alien civilisation would face the same issue in charting a course that long in the first place (aside from arguments about whether they would want to launch a craft they knew would not reach its destination for many millions of years)," Jackson said.

Concerning 'Oumuamua, there is little evidence because astronomers weren't able to observe it for long, which opens it up to speculation in the name of science.

"The thing you have to understand is: scientists are perfectly happy to publish an outlandish idea if it has even the tiniest 'sliver' of a chance of not being wrong," astrophysicist and cosmologist Katherine Mack tweeted. "But until every other possibility has been exhausted dozen times over, even the authors probably don't believe it."

But it's important to distinguish that the researchers who wrote the new paper have expertise in solar sails, so they're suggesting that 'Oumuamua could be like a solar sail, said Coryn Bailer-Jones of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy. Bailer-Jones' paper on possible origin sites for 'Oumuamua was accepted by the Astrophysical Journal in September.
"Aliens would only come into all of this if you accept their assumption (and that's what it is; it doesn't come from the data) that 'Oumuamua is sail-like, and also assume nothing like that can be natural," Bailer-Jones wrote in an email. "In fact, they only mention the word 'alien' once, when they mention in passing that 'Oumuamua might have been targeted to intercept the solar system.

"I have no problem with this kind of speculative study," Bailer-Jones added. "It's fun and thought-provoking, and the issue of whether there is alien life out there is really important. But the paper doesn't give any evidence for aliens (and the authors don't claim that, I should note.)"

          Harvard Scientists Say Aliens May Explain Bizarre Interstellar Object 'Oumuamua (But Probably Not)      Cache   Translate Page      

Harvard Scientists Say Aliens May Explain Bizarre Interstellar Object 'Oumuamua (But Probably Not)Oddball space rock 'Oumuamua, discovered over a year ago, is the first interstellar object to visit our solar system and is unlike any comet or asteroid observed before. Two astronomers with the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) recently took a closer look at the cigar-shaped object's unusual acceleration during its trip through our solar system, to figure out what may have caused the unexpected boost in the object's motion. Such acceleration during orbit is characteristic of comets, because their icy bodies evaporate, expelling water vapor that propels the objects.



          Estranho: Objeto que cruzou sistema solar pode ser nave alienígena.      Cache   Translate Page      

Um misterioso objeto rochoso em formato de charuto que cruzou nosso sistema solar no ano passado pode ser uma espaçonave alienígena, sugeriram astrônomos da Universidade de Harvard, nos Estados Unidos.

Batizado de Oumuamua, que significa “mensageiro de muito longe que chega primeiro” em havaiano, o objeto espacial foi o primeiro a viajar de outro sistema planetário para o nosso. Foi descoberto pelo telescópio Pan-STARRS 1, instalado no Havaí, em outubro de 2017.

Desde a sua passagem, os cientistas têm dificuldade em explicar suas características incomuns e sua origem precisa. Inicialmente, os pesquisadores o classificaram como um cometa e, depois, como asteroide, antes de finalmente considerá-lo um novo tipo de “objeto interestelar”.

Agora, um novo estudo de pesquisadores do Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, da Universidade de Harvard, nos Estados Unidos, levanta a possibilidade de o objeto ter uma “origem artificial”.

“Oumuamua pode ser uma sonda totalmente operacional enviada intencionalmente à vizinhança terrestre por uma civilização alienígena”, escreveram os astrônomos no artigo, que foi submetido ao jornal científico americano Astrophysical Journal Letters. Os autores da tese são Abraham Loeb, professor de astronomia, e Shmuel Bialy, um pós-doutor, ambos estudiosos de Harvard.

A teoria baseia-se na “aceleração excessiva” do objeto ou em seu aumento inesperado de velocidade, segundo os pesquisadores. A estrutura escura chegou a alcançar 315.000 quilômetros por hora e saiu do nosso sistema solar em janeiro de 2018.

Além disso, Oumuamua apresenta uma rotação rápida e uma variação de brilho de até dez vezes, bem mais intensa do que qualquer outra já observada.

Ainda segundo os astrônomos, a suposta nave espacial tem um formato semelhante ao da nave LightSail-1, um projeto de vela solar desenvolvido pela Sociedade Planetária, com sede nos Estados Unidos, e que se assemelha a uma pipa.

“A tecnologia light-sail pode ser usada de forma abundante para o transporte de cargas entre planetas ou entre estrelas”, dizem os cientistas.
Objeto antigo

Outro estudo publicado em maio por cientistas do Brasil e da França sugere uma tese diferente sobre a origem do Oumuamua. Com base em uma simulação computacional, a publicação indicou que ele foi formado naturalmente em outro sistema e capturado por forças gravitacionais quando nosso sistema solar se formou de uma nuvem de gás e poeira, há cerca de 4,5 bilhões de anos.

“Este é um forte candidato a objeto mais velho no sistema solar”, disse o astrônomo Fathi Namouni, do Observatório de Côte d’Azur, na França. O estudo foi publicado na revista científica Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters. A pesquisa foi realizada por Fathi Namouni e Helena Morais, da Universidade Estadual Paulista (Unesp) em Rio Claro.

Segundo Morais, o Oumuamua não se instalou permanentemente na órbita solar porque sua velocidade é tão alta que a atração do Sol foi suficiente apenas para curvar sua trajetória, tornando sua órbita um pouco mais hiperbólica. “Precisaria ter vindo com menos velocidade para que a trajetória se tornasse elíptica e fosse assim capturado pelo sistema solar”, afirmou a cientista.

O asteroide com trajetória retrógrada teria sido atraído para o campo gravitacional de Júpiter no final da época de formação dos planetas.

“Esta descoberta nos conta que o sistema solar provavelmente pode ser lar de mais asteroides extrassolares e cometas capturados mais cedo em sua história. Alguns destes objetos podem ter colidido com a Terra no passado, possivelmente carregando água, biomoléculas ou até mesmo matéria orgânica”, acrescentou Morais.

(Com Estadão Conteúdo e Reuters)

          Cigar-Shaped Interstellar Object May Have Been Alien Probe, Harvard Paper Claims      Cache   Translate Page      
A mysterious object spotted tumbling through our solar system last year may have been an alien spacecraft sent to investigate Earth, astronomers from Harvard University have suggested.
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Qué significa el estudio de Harvard que afirma que el asteroide Oumuamua puede ser una sonda extraterrestre
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¿Recuerdas Oumuamua, aquel asteroide de forma alargada que pasó por el Sistema Solar en octubre del año pasado? Desde entonces, los astrónomos tratan de buscar explicaciones naturales a sus extrañas características físicas. Dos investigadores de ...
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          Oumuamua and the Alien Hypothesis      Cache   Translate Page      
One year ago, in October 2017, astronomers detected the first confirmed interstellar visitor to our solar system – an asteroid dubbed Oumuamua. The name is Hawaiian for “scout”, as if the asteroid is a messenger from a distant system. A Hawaiian name was chose because the object was discovered by the Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid […]
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Important Current Affairs 01st October 2018
RBI to pump Rs 360 bn into bond markets
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Harmonium exponent Tulsidas Borkar passed away
Renowned harmonium player Pandit Tulsidas Borkar passed away in Mumbai.Borkar was conferred with the Padma Shri award in 2016 and also the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award.He had accompanied legendary singers such as Ustad Amir Khan, Bhimsen Joshi and Kishori Amonkar.Borkar was known for both solo performances as well as his unique style of accompanying Indian classical singers.
5th World Internet Conference in China
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The GST Council has set up a seven-member Group of Minister (GoM) panel.The panel will examine the legality of imposing a new tax on certain goods and services to raise resources for natural calamity-hit states.The seven-member Group of Ministers (GoM), would include representatives from North-Eastern, hilly and coastal states.
‘NABARAD Grameena Habba’ in Bengaluru
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Goa, Portugal signed MoU on water management
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New LNG terminal at Anjar inaugurated
The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi inaugurated the Mundra LNG terminal, the Anjar-Mundra Pipeline Project and the Palanpur-Pali-Barmer pipeline project, at Anjar, Gujarat on 30 September 2018.The LNG terminal is promoted by Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Ltd.India has two more LNG terminals, Dabhol in Maharashtra and Kochi in Kerala.
1st corn festival of country in Chhindwara
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SATAT initiative launched by Petroleum Min
The government of India launched ‘SATAT’ initiative to promote Compressed Bio-Gas (CBG) as an alternative fuel.The initiative is aimed at providing a Sustainable Alternative Towards Affordable Transportation (SATAT) as a developmental effort that would benefit both vehicle-users as well as farmers and entrepreneurs.Use of CBG will also help bring down dependency on crude oil imports.
Wage Compensation Scheme for pregnant women
Assam government launched a wage compensation scheme for Pregnant Women in tea gardens of the state.The scheme will provide better health and nutrition supplements to the pregnant women.An amount of Rs.12,000 will be given to the pregnant woman to take care of herself and unborn baby.The wage compensation scheme will reduce maternal and neonatal mortality in the tea areas of Assam.
VP to give “Vayoshreshtha Samman-2018”
The Vice President of India M. Venkiah Naidu gave “Vayoshreshtha Samman-2018” to senior citizens on October 1, 2018.The award is given to eminent senior citizens and institutions in recognition of their services towards the cause of the elderly persons.Vayoshreshtha Samman is a Scheme of National Awards instituted by the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment.
Sale of micro insurance via PoS allowed
Insurance regulator IRDAI has allowed the distribution of all micro-insurance products through point-of-sales (PoS).It aims to increase insurance penetration in the country.Micro-insurance policies are designed to promote insurance coverage among economically vulnerable sections.A micro-insurance policy is a general or life insurance policy with a sum assured of Rs. 50,000 or less.
Madhya Pradesh to have cow ministry
Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced the setting up of a ministry for cows.The cow ministry will replace the existing Madhya Pradesh Gaupalan Evam Pashudhan Samvardhan Board (MPGEPSB).If Madhya Pradesh implements the decision, it will become the second Indian state after Rajasthan to get a cow ministry.
livestock census commenced from Oct. 1
The 20th Livestock Census will be conducted in all States and Union Territories from October 1, 2018.The 20th Livestock Census would, for the first time, capture breed-wise headcount of livestock and poultryThe Census would help in identifying the threatened indigenous breeds.The exercise would also cover fisheries.
Peace Padyatra in in the Red heartland
Around 150 people, from various states affected by the Maoist insurgency, will begin a 186-km long ‘Peace Padyatra’ on 1 Oct.The Peace Padyatra will start from the Shabri Gandhi Ashram in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh to the Jagdalpur town of Bastar.The padyatris will walk along the National Highway 30, that passes through the  Sukma district of Chhattisgarh.
Good samaritan bill of Karnataka approved
Karnataka has become the first state in the country to give legal protection to good Samaritans.President Ram Nath Kovind has given assent to Karnataka Good Samaritan and Medical Professional (Protection and Regulation during Emergency Situations) Bill, 2016.The bill aims to provide legal protection to the good samaritans in Karnataka, who help accident victims with emergency medical care.
NITI Aayog and Oracle sign SoI
NITI Aayog and Oracle signed a Statement of Intent (SoI) to pilot a real drug supply-chain using blockchain distributed ledger and Internet of Things (IoT) softwareThe SoI was signed in order to fight the growing problem of counterfeit drugs in India.Apollo Hospitals and Strides Pharma Sciences will partner in this effort.
Yuvraj Wadhwani won Asian Junior Squash title
India’s Yuvraj Wadhwani won Asian Junior Squash Championship title on 30 September, 2018.Yuvraj has become the second Indian to win the Under-13 title after Veer Chotrani, who had won the title in 2014 in Iran.Overall, Indian squash players won one gold, one silver and four bronze medals.
Int Day of Older Persons observed on 1st Oct
International Day of Older Persons is observed on 1st October every year.The theme for 2018 is ‘Celebrating Older Human Rights champions’.The objective of the International Day for Older Persons is to recognise the contributions of older persons and to examine issues that affect their lives.
Govt sets up Competition Law Review Committee
The Government has constituted a Competition Law Review Committee to review the Competition Act.The committee will be headed by corporate affairs secretary Injeti Srinivas.The committee will review the competition regulations in India.The Competition Act was passed in 2002 and the Competition Commission of India was set up in 2009.

Important Current Affairs 02nd October 2018
AM Raghunath Nambiar takes over as AOC-in-C
Air Marshal Raghunath Nambiar on October 1, 2018, took over as the Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief (AOC-in-C) of the Eastern Air Command.He is also a member of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots and was the Project Test Pilot for the Light Combat Aircraft, ‘Tejas’.He had served as a Senior Air Staff Officer (SASO) at the IAF’s Eastern Air Command in the past.
Birth anniversary of Lal Bahadur Shastri
The nation celebrates the 114th birth anniversary of India’s second Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri on October 2.He was the 2nd Prime Minister of India and a senior leader of the Indian National Congress political party.Prime Minister visited the Vijay Ghat to pay tributes to the former prime minister.Shastri coined the slogan ‘jai jawan jai kisan’.
PPC launched on 2nd October 2018
The Central government launched its People’s Plan Campaign (PPC) for panchayats from October 2, 2018, with the slogan “Sabki Yojana Sabka Vikas”.During the campaign, structured Gram Sabha meetings will be held for preparing Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP) for the next financial year 2019-2020.GPDP aims to strengthen the role of elected Panchayat leaders and Women.
Govt releases agri census data for 2015-16
The government of India released agriculture census for 2015-16 on 1 October 2018.The average size of operational holding declined to 1.08 hectares (ha) in 2015-16 compared to 1.15 ha in 2010-11.The percentage share of female operational holders has increased from 12.79% in 2010-11 to 13.87% in 2015-16.Agriculture census is conducted by Ministry of Agriculture for every five years.
HRD min gave ‘Swachhata Ranking Awards 2018’
Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar announced the “Swachh Campus rankings” under 8 different categories on 1 October 2018.Haryana’s Maharashi Dayanand University has been ranked the cleanest government university by the HRD Ministry.Among the technical institutions, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in Coimbatore bagged the top rank.
Government took control of IL&FS
The government of India took control of Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) on 1 October 2018.The government replaced its board and appointed new board members.Uday Kotak was named as non-executive chairman of the new board.The government moved the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) for replacing the IL&FS Board.
BSE launches commodity derivative contracts
Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) became the first stock exchange in India to launch the commodity derivative contracts in gold and silver.Till now, commodity contracts were available only on MCX and NCDEX, the two specialised commodity derivatives exchanges.BSE also waived off transaction charges for the first year in the commodities derivatives segment.
U.S., Canada agree on free trade pact
Canada and the U.S. have agreed on a new free trade pact that will include Mexico.The new trade deal will be known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).USMCA replaces the nearly 25-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).The trade pact will come up for review every six years.
ADB and India sign $150 Million Loan
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of India signed a $150 Million Loan.The loan amount will be used to improve road connectivity and efficiency of the International Trade Corridor in West Bengal and North-Eastern Region of India.The project will give a boost to India’s efforts to promote regional connectivity in South Asia.
NALCO CMD conferred with NIPM Ratna award
NALCO CMD Dr Tapan Kumar Chand was conferred with the ‘NIPM Ratna Award’ at the 37th NIPM Annual National Conference (NATCON-2018).He was given the award for his contribution to People Management & Strategic Leadership.National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM) is the highest body of HR professionals in India.NIPM organized the NATCON-2018 at Pune.
Int Day of Non-Violence observed on Oct 2
The International Day of Non-Violence is observed on 2 October in honor of the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi.The International Day of Non-Violence is a global observance that promotes non-violence through education and public awareness.On 15 June 2007 the United Nations General Assembly establish 2 October as the International Day of Non-Violence.
Niwari is 52nd district of MP
The Madhya Pradesh government announced the creation of a new district ‘Niwari’.The new district would include three tehsils of the present Tikamgarh district – Niwari, Orchha, and Prithvipur.The government’s decision came into effect from October 1.The district has been carved out of the Tikamgarh district.
BCCI comes under RTI Act
Central Information Commission brings The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is covered under the RTI Act.CIC directed the BCCI to form, online and offline mechanisms to receive applications for information under the RTI Act within 15 days.The BCCI is the national governing body for cricket in India formed in December 1928.
India, Uzbekistan signed 17 agreements
India and Uzbekistan inked 17 agreements on 1 October 2018, including in the areas of defence, space, health and agriculture.They also signed an agreement on cooperation in combating illicit drug trafficking.Two agreements in the sectors of innovation, and health and medical science were also signed.The two countries also entered into a pact on cooperation in the pharma sector.
Nobel prize for medicine
Two immunologists, James Allison of the US and Tasuku Honjo of Japan won the 2018 Nobel prize in medicine.They won the prize for the discovery of cancer therapy by inhibition of negative immune regulation.They will receive their prize at a formal ceremony in Stockholm on 10th December.Allison and Honjo also have won the Tang Prize in 2014 for their research.
12 Indian firms in Forbes best companies
12 Indian companies features in a list of the world’s best regarded firms compiled by Forbes.Entertainment giant Walt Disney, with a market cap of USD 165 billion topped the list.US companies dominate the list with 61 of the total 250 firms.The Indian companies are-  Infosys, TCS, Tata Motors, Tata Steel, L&T, Grasim Industries, GIC, Mahindra & Mahindra, Asian Paints, SAIL, ITC and HDFC.
1st Swachhata Mela at AIIMS Delhi
Health Minister J P Nadda inaugurated the First Swachhata Mela organised by All India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi.AIIMS Delhi has bagged first position in Kayakalp awards with prize money of Rs. 5 crore in the last two editions of the awards.Kayakalp awards were initiated to recognise the efforts of the hospitals for maintaining cleanliness in their premises.
India’s flag-bearer at Youth Olympic Games
16-year-old shooting star Manu Bhaker is named as the flag-bearer of the Indian contingent for the 3rd Youth Olympic Games at Buenos Aires.A contingent of 68 members, including 46 athletes, departed for Argentina to take part in games from October 6-18.Bhaker had won gold in 10m air pistol at Guadalajara World Cup as well as Commonwealth Games.
Mushtaque Ahmad- new Hockey India President
Mohd Mushtaque Ahmad was is named as the new President of Hockey India (HI).Ahmad is currently serving as the post of Secretary General.He takes over President Rajinder Singh after being elected unopposed.Hockey India is the governing body having an exclusive mandate to conduct all activities for both men and women hockey in India.
Gita Gopinath appointed IMF Chief Economist
India-born economist, Gita Gopinath has been appointed chief economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).She will succeed Maurice Obstfeld, who announced his retirement in July.Gita Gopinath is the second Indian economist to be appointed as IMF chief economist after Raghuram Rajan.She currently serves as professor of International Studies and Economics at Harvard University.

Important Current Affairs 03rd October 2018
National Khadi Festival 2018 inaugurated
A month-long National Khadi Festival 2018 has been inaugurated on 2 Oct 2018, by Union MSME minister, Shri Giriraj Singh.The fest is being organized by Khadi and Village Industries Commission at Mumbai.Various types of Khadi products of different states would be available at the festival.Around 100 institutions from all over of the country are participating in the exhibition.
Mount Soputan erupts in Indonesia
Indonesia’s Mount Soputan volcano erupts on the tsunami-hit island of Sulawes.The authorities raised the volcano’s status to Level III of the four-level national alert system.It is about 1,000 km from the town of Palu where a 7.5 magnitude earthquake triggered a tsunami.Indonesia is situated on the Pacific “Ring of Fire”, where frequent quakes and volcanic activity strikes.
Lilima to receive Ekalabya Puraskar, 2018
Hockey player Lilima Minz from Odisha has been selected for the prestigious Ekalabya Puraskar, 2018.The annual award is instituted by the charitable wing of Indian Metals & Ferro Alloys (IMFA) comprises of a cash prize of Rs 5 lakh along with a citation.Ekalabya Puraskar has been instituted to promote literature, sports, the arts, culture, and other socially meaningful activities.
N. Ravi elected as PTI chairman
N. Ravi, Publisher and former Editor-in-Chief of The Hindu, was unanimously elected Chairman of the Press Trust of India (PTI).Mr. Ravi succeeds Viveck Goenka, chairman and managing director of the Express Group.Also, Vijay Kumar Chopra, Chief Editor of the Punjab Kesari Group of newspapers, was elected as Vice-Chairman.
PM Modi received UNEP Champions of the Earth
PM Narendra Modi received the United Nations highest environmental honour, the UNEP Champions of the Earth award at New Delhi.The award is presented by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.The award was announced on 26th Sept, on the sidelines of 73rd UN GA in New York.The annual prize is awarded to leaders from government whose actions had a positive impact on the environment.
SIDBI launched ‘Udyam Abhilasha’ campaign
Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI), had launched a National Level Entrepreneurship Awareness Campaign, Udyam Abhilasha on 2 October 2018.The campaign was launched in 115 Aspirational Districts identified by NITI Aayog.The campaign would create and strengthen cadre of more than 800 trainers to provide entrepreneurship training to the aspiring entrepreneurs.
Japan space probe launched new robot
A Japanese probe launched a new observation robot towards an asteroid.The Hayabusa2 probe launched the French-German Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout (MASCOT), towards the Ryugu asteroid’s surface.MASCOT’s launch comes after the Hayabusa2 dropped a pair of MINERVA-II micro-rovers on the Ryugu asteroid.MASCOT can take images at multiple wavelengths and measure magnetic fields.
World Peace monument inaugurated
Venkaiah Naidu inaugurated the World Peace Monument at the Maharashtra Institute of Technology’s World Peace University campus at Loni, Pune.The monument has one of the world’s largest dome of 160 ft. in diameter and 263 ft tall.It is larger in area than the dome at St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City.The dome is built atop the MIT World Peace Library and the World Peace Prayer Hall
PM inaugurated first assembly of the ISA
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 1st Assembly of the International Solar Alliance on 2 October 2018 in New Delhi.The same event also marked the inauguration of the 2nd IORA Renewable Energy Ministerial Meeting, and the 2nd Global RE-Invest (Renewable Energy Investors’ Meet and Expo).The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr Antonio Guterres, was present on the occasion.
Stamps on International Day of Non-Violence
The UN postal agency issued a new collection of stamps in commemoration of the International Day of Non-violence, marked on Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary.Stamps feature artistic interpretation of ‘The Knotted Gun’, an iconic global sculpture.The sculpture was created by the Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reuterswrd as a tribute to  Beatles member John Lennon after his murder.
Barham Salih as new president of Iraq
Iraq’s Parliament has elected a veteran Kurdish Politician Barham Salih as the country’s new President.Salih is a former prime minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government.He has named Shiite Adel Abdul Mahdi as Prime Minister of the country.The move will pave the way to form a new government, nearly five months after national elections.
New dwarf planet spotted
An extremely distant dwarf planet, named The Goblin, has been discovered by the astronomers.The dwarf planet was officially designated as ‘2015 TG387’.Astronomers first observed the dwarf planet on October 13, 2015, from the Subaru telescope.This is the third dwarf planet found to be orbiting on the frigid fringes of our solar system.
Thangvellu- flag-bearer for Asian Para Games
Rio Paralympic gold medallist Thangvellu Mariyappan is named as flag-bearer of the Indian contingent for the 3rd Paralympic Asian games.India will field its biggest ever contingent of 302 members for the games.3rd Asian Para Games will be held in Jakarta, Indonesia from October 6-13.The official mascot of the Games is a Bondol eagle named Momo.
Manipur clinch National Football Championship
Manipur claimed victory in the final of the 24th Senior Women’s National Football Championships, defeating hosts Odisha by 2-1.It was the 19th occasion when a state from the northeast of India won the trophy.Manipur captain Bala Devi scored the first goal in the 45th minute.The final match was held at the Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, Odisha.
Justice Ranjan Gogoi sworn in as 46th CJI
Justice Ranjan Gogoi was sworn-in as the 46th Chief Justice of India on 3 October 2018.He was administered the oath by President Ram Nath Kovind.CJI Ranjan Gogoi is the first Chief Justice of India from the north-east and his tenure will end in November 2019.Justice Gogoi started his career as a Permanent Judge of the Gauhati High Court in February 2001.
Odisha launched own food security scheme
The Odisha government has launched its own food security scheme on 2 October 2018.The scheme will be benefiting 25 lakh people who were left out of the National Food Security Act.The beneficiaries will get 5 kg of rice per person per month at the rate of Rs. 1 per kg.Each poor man will get 5 kg of rice per month as per the provision of the National Food Security Act, 2013.
WHO launched global guidelines on sanitation
The World Health Organization (WHO) launched the first global guidelines on sanitation and health.The WHO said that by adopting its new guidelines, countries can significantly reduce diarrhoeal deaths due to unsafe water and poor sanitation and hygiene.The new guidelines were developed because current sanitation programmes are not achieving anticipated health gains.
Assam government launched pension scheme
Assam government launched pension scheme covering all senior citizens of the state.The name of the pension scheme is ‘Swahid Kushal Konwar Sarbajanin Briddha Pension Achoni’.All senior citizens above 60 years of age are entitled to get the benefit of the scheme through Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) to their bank accounts.
IBSAMAR-VI kicks off in South Africa
The sixth edition of IBSAMAR is being held at Simons Town, South Africa from 01 – 13 October 2018.IBSAMAR is a joint Multi – National Maritime Exercise between the Indian, Brazilian and South African Navies.The aim of the exercise is to undertake collective training for participating navies and building interoperability.The last edition of IBSAMAR was conducted in Goa.
Ashkin, Mourou, Strickland won Nobel prize
Scientists Arthur Ashkin, Gerard Mourou and Donna Strickland won the 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics.They were awarded for their work in the field of lasers used for surgery as well as scientific study.Ashkin invented optical “tweezers” that could grab particles, atoms, viruses and other living cells.Mourou and Strickland separately created the shortest and most powerful laser pulses ever.

Important Current Affairs 04th October 2018
Trials of Astra BVR-AAM Completed Successfully
A series of flight trials of ‘Astra’ Beyond Visual Range Air-to-Air Missile (BVR-AAM) was conducted by the Indian Air Force from September 26 to October 3 2018.The test was conducted at Integrated Test Range, Balasore.Defence Research and Development Organisation has developed the missile.The missile is expected to be inducted into Indian Air Force in 2019.
Youngest Indian to score century on Test debut
Prithvi Shaw scored a century in the first Test against West Indies at Rajkot to become the youngest Indian to score a century on debut.Shaw surpassed the record set by Abbas Ali Baig who had sco
          Scientists say Mysterious 'Oumuamua' Object Could be an Alien Spacecraft      Cache   Translate Page      
Scientists have been puzzling over Oumuamua ever since the mysterious space object was observed tumbling past the sun in late 2017. Given its high speed and its unusual trajectory, the reddish, stadium-sized whatever-it-is had clearly come from outside our solar system. But its flattened, elongated shape and the way it accelerated on its way through the solar system set it apart from conventional asteroids and comets.
          El primer telescopio de la ESA con «ojos de mosca» para cazar asteroides estará en Sicilia      Cache   Translate Page      

Si hoy mismo descubriéramos un asteroide en rumbo de colisión con la Tierra de esos que pueden hacernos mucha pupita lo cierto es que no podríamos hacer nada para evitar ese impacto. Pero casi peor que eso es que lo más probable es que aunque dispusiéramos de la tecnología para desviarlo es altamente probable que se nos hubiera pasado su existencia hasta que fuera demasiado tarde.

Y es que aparte de que muchos asteroides son difíciles de ver ya sea por su tamaño, porque su superficie es muy oscura, o por una combinación de ambos factores aunque hay varias iniciativas para intentar localizar objetos cercanos a la Tierra ninguna de ellas tiene los recursos para observar todo el cielo cada noche.

Pero desde hace unos años la Agencia Espacial Europea está trabajando en la creación de una red de cuatro telescopios –dos por hemisferio– capaces de detectar objetos con un tamaño mínimo de 40 metros al menos tres semanas antes de su impacto con la Tierra que serían capaces de explorar todo el cielo cada noche.

Son unos telescopios un tanto peculiares, pues montan 16 pequeños subtelescopios que son equivalentes a un telescopio con un espejo de un metro con un campo de visión de unos 45 grados cuadrados, equivalentes a unas 170 Lunas vistas desde la Tierra. Esos 16 telescopios le han valido el nombre de FlyEye, ojo de mosca, porque recuerdan precisamente a los ojos multifacetados de los insectos.

El primero de estos telescopios está siendo terminado de probar en Milán y la ESA acaba de anunciar que ya ha escogido lugar para montarlo: el monte Mufara, de 1.865 metros, en Sicilia.

FlyEye en Sicilia

El objetivo es que entre en funcionamiento en 2019 ó 2020 y, si funciona como está previsto, que se vayan añadiendo los otros tres sitios a la red lo antes posible.

Eso sí, al ser un telescopio (o cuatro) instalados en la Tierra no pueden ver objetos muy cercanos al Sol, así que nada quita para que pensemos en algún complemento para poder cazar asteroides potencialmente peligrosos desde el espacio.

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'Salvation' é uma série de ficção cientifica da CBS, produzida por Alex Kurtzman (Fringe) e traz uma segunda temporada com 13 episódios. Nela acompanhamos a vida do estudante Liam Cole (Charlie Rowe, 'A Bussola de Ouro') no MIT (Instituto de Tecnologia de Massachusettes) que constrói um sistema para acompanhar o espaço e assim descobre que um asteroide está em rota de colisão com a terra. Devido a sua dimensão o planeta será destruído em 181 dias. Assustado ele pede ajuda a seu professor afim de confirmar sua teoria e seus cálculos, ele tem contatos com o governo e ficou de informá-los.

Após os acontecimentos da primeira temporada, a equipe formada por Liam, o gênio e bilionário da tecnologia, Darius Tanz (Santiago Cabrera, 'The Musketeers'), Grace Barrows (Jennifer Finniga, 'Tyrant'), a assessora de imprensa do Pentágono, e Harris Edwards (Ian Anthony Dal, Hawaii Five 5-0'), o secretário de Defesa, passou por algumas manobras e muitos contra tempos e conseguem ajuda da Presidente. Algumas pessoas são enviadas a Bunkers.

Darius durante meses selecionou pessoas como médicos, cientistas, professores, para um Bunker criado pela sua empresa como um plano B. Se o plano de Liam falhasse e o  meteoro colidisse com a terra aquelas pessoas no Bunker chamado "Salvation" seriam responsáveis por colonizar a terra. 


Então a segunda temporada começa exatamente onde a primeira terminou. É dai que tudo vai por ladeira abaixo. Tudo dá errado e nada sai como planejado. O Bunker "Salvation" é sabotado e depois de alguns dias as pessoas precisam sair. Enquanto isso o país está um caos. As pessoas estão nas ruas apavoradas, realizando furtos, causando brigas e tomando medidas desesperadas. 

O governo americano está passando por um golpe de estado, um golpe militar para afastar a Presidente. Darius vira vice-Presidente e ganha a confiança da população. Além disso, os militares não são os únicos que tentam manipular as pessoas. Um grupo de hackers chamado RE/SYST forçam Liam a trabalhar com eles, ameaçando soltar bombas em solo americano. Darius também participa de uma conferência mundial para conseguir ajuda para construir um canhão capaz de atingir o meteoro e forçá-lo a mudar seu destino.


Com todos os acontecimentos, a equipe é desfeita e o elo entre eles não é mais o mesmo. Harris e Grace precisam lidar com seus próprios problemas quando um detetive começa a investigar a morte de uma funcionária da Casa Branca que tentou matar Harris. Jillian (Jacqueline Byer,Full Out) não acredita mais nos planos de Liam e Darius e acaba envolvendo-se com um culto suicida que acredita que a colisão do meteoro será a salvação da humanidade. 

A segunda temporada abordou abusou dos clichês, incluiu muita informação superficial, realizou mudanças mal elaboradas e trouxe pouco desenvolvimento. Os personagens novos ficaram mais perdidos que o elenco principal. Foram treze episódios de altos e baixos. 


De forma geral não foi uma temporada excepcional. Tiveram boas cenas de ação e participações especiais que enriqueceram alguns episódios. O final da temporada foi bom e deixou perguntas sem respostas criando um gancho para uma nova temporada. 

Até o momento, a emissora ainda não se pronunciou sobre uma possível renovação para a terceira temporada. A segunda temporada está disponível na Netflix.


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A massive flattened boulder-like object traveling through space with “peculiar acceleration” could be an alien craft, according to a new study.

It “may be a fully operational probe sent intentionally to Earth vicinity by an alien civilization,” states a paper by two Harvard scientists to be published Nov. 12 in The Astrophysical Journal Letters.

Scientists have been confounded by the interstellar object first spotted tumbling past the sun a year ago via telescopes on Maui. It was dubbed ’Oumuamua, which means “scout” in Hawaiian.

Because of its unusual cigar shape and speed, some quickly speculated that it originated from an alien civilization. It was scanned for radio waves, but none were detected. Other scientists deemed it a comet, despite the lack of a traditional tail.

Now professor Avi Loeb, chairman of Harvard’s astronomy department, and post-doctoral fellow Shmuel Bialy have again raised the possibility that it’s an alien ship — or possibly a piece of one.

A certain “discrepancy” in the object’s movement “is readily solved if ’Oumuamua does not follow a random trajectory but is rather a targeted probe,” they write. Such a probe may have been intentionally sent for a “reconnaissance mission into the inner region of the solar system,” Loeb said in an email to Universe Today.

It’s possible the object is propelled through space through some naturally occurring phenomenon. Or it could be an extraterrestrial spacecraft that relies on an “artificial” light sail that relies on solar radiation pressure to generate propulsion, according to Loeb. 

“There is data on the orbit of this object for which there is no other explanation. So we wrote this paper suggesting this explanation,” Loeb told the Boston Globe. “The approach I take to the subject is purely scientific and evidence-based.”

Andrew Siemion, director of the Berkeley SETI Research Center, called the paper “intriguing” in an email to the Globe.

“Observational anomalies like we see with Oumuamua, combined with careful reasoning, is exactly the method through which we make new discoveries in astrophysics — including, perhaps, truly incredible ones like intelligent life beyond the Earth,” he wrote.  

But SETI senior astronomer Seth Shostak said in an email to NBC that “one should not blindly accept this clever hypothesis when there is also a mundane explanation for ’Oumuamua — namely that it’s a comet or asteroid from afar.”

’Oumuamua is the first interstellar object ever observed in the solar system. Now it’s hurtling away and may never be seen again. 


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Un asteroide está desatando el cachondeo en redes sociales porque se especula con que pueda ser parte de una nave alienígena.

Astrónomos del Centro Harvard-Smithsonian de Astrofísica creen que la forma alargada del primer asteroide interestelar conocido, Oumuamua, opera como una vela que explica su inesperada aceleración. Esto podría suponer que se trata, entre otras opciones, de tecnología extraterrestre.

Los científicos especulan con un origen artificial del objeto, diseñado para un viaje de reconocimiento interestelar por una civilización avanzada, pero cuya misión ya ha terminado y se ha convertido en el desecho de un naufragio.

El estudio "¿Podría la presión de la radiación solar explicar la aceleración peculiar de Oumuamua?", publicado en arXiv, fue realizado por Shmuel Bialy, investigador postdoctoral en el Instituto de Teoría y Computación, y Abraham Loeb, director de este centro.

Oumuamua fue visto por primera vez por la encuesta Pan-STARRS-1 40 días después de su paso más cercano al Sol (el 9 de septiembre de 2017). En este punto, estaba a aproximadamente a 0,25 UA del Sol (un cuarto de la distancia entre la Tierra y el Sol), y ya estaba saliendo del Sistema Solar.

En ese momento, los astrónomos notaron que parecía tener una alta densidad (indicativa de una composición rocosa y metálica) y que estaba girando rápidamente.

Si bien no mostró signos de desgasificación al pasar cerca de nuestro Sol (lo que habría indicado que era un cometa), un equipo de investigación pudo obtener espectros que indicaban que Oumuamua estaba más helado de lo que se pensaba.

Cuando comenzó a abandonar el Sistema Solar, el Telescopio Espacial Hubble tomó algunas imágenes finales de Oumuamua que revelaron comportamientos inesperados. Otro equipo de investigación descubrió que Oumuamua había aumentado en velocidad, en lugar de disminuirla como se esperaba.

¿Por qué no experimentó desgasificación ante nuestro Sol?

La explicación más probable era que Oumuamua estaba descargando material de su superficie por el calentamiento solar (desgasificación). La liberación de este material, consistente con la forma en que se comporta un cometa, le daría al asteroide el empuje que necesitaba para lograr aumentar su velocidad.

A esto, Bialy y Loeb ofrecen una contraexplicación. Si Oumuamua era en realidad un cometa, ¿por qué entonces no experimentó desgasificación cuando estaba más cerca de nuestro Sol? Además, citan otras investigaciones que mostraron que, si la desgasificación fuera responsable de la aceleración, también habría provocado una rápida evolución en el giro de Oumuamua (que no se observó).

Básicamente, consideran la posibilidad de que Oumuamua podría ser, de hecho, una vela ligera, una forma de nave espacial que depende de la presión de radiación para generar propulsión, similar a lo que está desarrollando Breaktrough Starshot, el proyecto para enviar pequeñas naves a otros sistemas.

Así lo explica Loeb a Universe Today por correo electrónico:

"Explicamos el exceso de aceleración de Oumuamua lejos del Sol como resultado de la fuerza que la luz del Sol ejerce sobre su superficie. Para que esta fuerza explique el exceso de aceleración medida, el objeto debe ser extremadamente pequeño, del orden de una fracción de milímetro de espesor pero de decenas de metros de tamaño. Esto hace que el objeto sea liviano para su área de superficie y le permite actuar como una vela ligera. Su origen podría ser natural (en el medio interestelar o discos protoplanetarios) o artificial (como una sonda enviada para una misión de reconocimiento en la región interior del Sistema Solar)".

Basándose en esto, Bialy y Loeb calcularon la probable forma, grosor y relación masa-área que tendría un objeto tan artificial. También intentaron determinar si podría sobrevivir en el espacio interestelar, y si podría o no resistir las tensiones de tracción causadas por la rotación y las fuerzas de marea.

Lo que encontraron fue que una vela con solo una fracción de milímetro de espesor sería suficiente para que una lámina de material sólido sobreviviera el viaje a través de toda la galaxia, aunque depende en gran medida de la densidad de masa. Gruesa o delgada, esta vela podría soportar colisiones con granos de polvo y gas que impregnan el medio interestelar, así como fuerzas centrífugas y de marea.

En cuanto a lo que estaría haciendo una vela ligera extraterrestre en nuestro Sistema Solar, Bialy y Loeb ofrecen algunas explicaciones posibles para eso.

Sugieren que la sonda puede ser realmente una vela difunta que flota bajo la influencia de la gravedad y la radiación estelar, similar a los desechos de los naufragios de barcos que flotan en el océano. Esto ayudaría a explicar por qué Breakthrough Listen no encontró evidencia de transmisiones de radio.


          Next-Gen Satellites May Use Lasers to Part the Clouds      Cache   Translate Page      
Scientists of the future huddle around a computer, waiting for an HD live stream of the incoming asteroid. As the probe that will provide the crucial communication slowly moves into view of the asteroid, they know that every second counts. In a surprising move, they tune their receivers not to radio frequencies, like we do today, but to a much higher frequency—somewhere in the near-infrared. But they think nothing of it—infrared and visible light allows for a much better transmission of data, and all of the leading satellite producers have switched over by now. But at the last minute, a cloud rolls in above the station, scattering the message from the relay satellite in all directions and cutting off the receiver.

That’s where the work of Dr. Jean-Pierre Wolf comes in.

He’s a professor at the Université de Genève in Switzerland and his research could be the missing link that makes this kind of high-speed communication with satellites possible. He’s been working for years on a specialized laser that stations can aim at the sky to dispel any water droplets in the air—effectively boring a hole through the cloud and permitting the satellite’s signal to pass through.

A visualization of the laser that bores through clouds.
Image Credit: UNIGE, Xavier Ravinet
But let’s take a step back. Today, all communication with satellites is done using radio frequency electromagnetic waves, largely because they're stable over large distances and aren’t prone to scattering in Earth’s atmosphere. However, they sprawl out as they travel down to Earth and tend to cover a large area by the time they reach land, requiring that nearby satellites use frequency bands that don’t overlap—otherwise any listener on the ground would receive an unintelligible mixture of information coming from a variety of sources. Because of this, a patchwork of national and international organizations relegate so-called “frequency bands” (a narrow range of frequencies) to various agencies for a fee. However, in our increasingly connected world, unused frequency bands are harder and harder to come by—which means the price has skyrocketed.

Because of these constraints, a number of researchers are turning to a different mode of communication: near-infrared and optical frequencies beamed down from space using powerful lasers. While laser beams are still composed of electromagnetic waves, the waves oscillate thousands of times faster than radio, carrying up to 10,000 times the amount of data. The pinpoint accuracy of a laser beam also allows for more direct communication without the risk of a third party intercepting messages simply by tuning in to a fortuitous frequency. Instead, the laser ensures what Wolf calls “end-to-end connection”: one end comes from the satellite and the other end lands on a single receiver, with a strongly reduced possibility of leakage. In addition, at higher frequencies the quantum nature of the photons present in the electromagnetic wave becomes more apparent, making extra security features like quantum cryptography possible. Oh, and lasers use much less power than radio sources.

In short, there are plenty of reasons to move away from radio communications.

The biggest obstacle to the switch, surprisingly, doesn’t lie in current laser or satellite technology—in fact, NASA used lasers to beam a video down from the space station back in 2014. Instead, the problem is a more fundamental one: bad weather.

Unlike radio waves, the higher frequency lasers are easily scattered by the water droplets that make up clouds or fog, rendering any satellites that use them mute the moment a storm hits. One popular solution to this problem has been to simply build more receiving stations and hope that at least one will see clear skies at any given time, but this is every bit as costly and inconvenient as it sounds. Fortunately, in light of Wolf’s recent publication, it may be unnecessary.

Believe it or not, Wolf isn’t the first to tackle the project of whisking clouds away with lasers. In the 1970s and 1980s the Soviet Union and U.S. military experimented with using high-intensity carbon dioxide lasers to locally boil away the water contained in clouds to improve troop visibility on the battlefield. Although they did succeed in clearing a hole roughly 100 m long, the electricity draw was eventually determined to be prohibitive.

An image from the '80s depicting a fifteen meter long haze caused by a carbon dioxide laser.
Image Credit: Zuev A A, Zemlyanov Yu, Kopytin D and Kuzikovskii A V 1985 High Power Laser Radiation in Atmospheric Aerosols (Dordrecht: VE Reidel Publ.)
Instead, Wolf decided to take a different approach that would be more energy efficient using pulsed lasers. This kind of laser has a rapidly oscillating power, rather than a constant one; as it turns out, when the peak power—the power delivered when the pulse is at its strongest—is sufficiently high, a special property emerges that isn’t seen in other lasers.

First, the power is not uniformly concentrated across the tiny width of the laser beam; instead it is highest at the center of the beam and tapers off towards the edges. The variation in electromagnetic radiation actually affects the index of refraction (a measure of how much light is bent) of the surrounding air, effectively turning the air itself into a lens—the technical term for this phenomenon is a Kerr lens. This “lens” bends the beams in towards itself, narrowing its breadth and refocusing it until it is strong enough to rip electrons from the surrounding atoms in a process called ionization.

At this point the beam diverges again, and the process repeats itself faster and faster until eventually the laser beam holds a stable width, at which point it is referred to as a “filament”. The lone electrons that were stripped off of their atoms don’t remain that way for long though; they quickly recombine with the positively-charged ions, releasing energy in the form of a shock wave and a crackling noise. This is where the magic happens: the shock waves pushes water droplets out of the way, opening a channel roughly a centimeter in diameter. But that’s enough to allow the passage of a laser transmitting all the information it contains. (Eventually, we will need to get to approximately 10 cm to receive information from a satellite.)

An illustration of the filamentation process. To the upper left, the diagram shows how the index of refraction (n) varies with distance, creating a "lens" and causing the beam to converge. To the upper right, the ionization changes the index of refraction once more, this time causing the beam to diverge. As the process repeats itself over and over, the laser beam self-stabilizes and creates a laser filament (lower diagram).
Image Credit: Jean-Pierre Wolf.

Since the laser is merely displacing the water droplets rather than boiling them off like the military tried to do, the power draw comes out to a much more reasonable 100 watts. Even so, this laser is still incredibly powerful. When asked about safety concerns, Wolf nods. Since the cleaning beams are sent up to the satellite and not down to the earth, there isn’t a big risk associated with them—after all, the energy (and the danger) of a laser is concentrated inside the beam. He does acknowledge that the only (manmade) objects that might pass through the beam—aircraft—will need to be diverted. “But there are already a number of no-fly zones,” he points out. We would just need to be strategic about where we build receiving stations; the middle of a flight corridor might be out of the question. But even if a plane did fly through the beam, it wouldn’t be at risk unless it were flying sideways or upside down. “But if that is the case, you have other problems,” he chuckles.

Wolf envisions equipping receiving facilities with one of these self-stabilizing lasers, possibly by coupling them to the focusing lasers that are already required to get a satellite’s attention. Then, any time intense humidity threatens the quality of communication the stations will be ready to blast it out of the way.

So far, Wolf has demonstrated his laser’s effectiveness in a laboratory setting using an artificial cloud only 50 cm deep, but with 10,000 the water concentration of a typical cloud. He says he is currently in close contact with large aerospace consortia and hopes to test the technology out on a real cloud soon. If that goes well—as he believes it will—he hopes to see a global rollout by 2025.
If that’s the case, it might not actually be long before those scientists of the future become the scientists of the present...let’s just hope there’s no asteroid.

—Eleanor Hook
          Harvard diz que 'charuto espacial' poderia ser sonda alienígena. Será?      Cache   Translate Page      
A possibilidade absurda foi levantada por dois cientistas, mas a NASA e pesquisadores mais céticos preferem apenas considerá-lo um novo tipo desconhecido de objeto interestelar

No ano passado, cientistas flagraram um objeto não identificado passeando por nosso Sistema Solar. Quem fez o flagra foi o telescópio Pan-STARRS 1, situado no Havaí, o que rendeu ao objeto o nome de 'Oumuamua', que significa “mensageiro que vem de um passado distante” no idioma nativo local.

Por causa de seu formato incomum – como um grande charuto –, os cientistas ficaram confusos no momento de classificá-lo. Depois de ter sido considerado um cometa e um asteroide, os pesquisadores decidiram que se tratava de uma nova classe de objeto interestelar. O objeto é 10 vezes mais comprido do que é largo e viaja a mais de 315 mil km/h.

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JEWISH KING JESUS IS COMING AT THE RAPTURE FOR US IN THE CLOUDS-DON'T MISS IT FOR THE WORLD.THE BIBLE TAKEN LITERALLY- WHEN THE PLAIN SENSE MAKES GOOD SENSE-SEEK NO OTHER SENSE-LEST YOU END UP IN NONSENSE.GET SAVED NOW- CALL ON JESUS TODAY.THE ONLY SAVIOR OF THE WHOLE EARTH - NO OTHER. 1 COR 15:23-JESUS THE FIRST FRUITS-CHRISTIANS RAPTURED TO JESUS-FIRST FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT-23 But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming.ROMANS 8:23 And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body.(THE PRE-TRIB RAPTURE)

LUKE 21:28-29
28 And when these things begin to come to pass,(ALL THE PROPHECY SIGNS FROM THE BIBLE) then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption (RAPTURE) draweth nigh.
29 And he spake to them a parable; Behold the fig tree,(ISRAEL) and all the trees;(ALL INDEPENDENT COUNTRIES)
30 When they now shoot forth, ye see and know of your own selves that summer is now nigh at hand.(ISRAEL LITERALLY BECAME AND INDEPENDENT COUNTRY JUST BEFORE SUMMER IN MAY 14,1948.)

JOEL 2:3,30
3 A fire devoureth (ATOMIC BOMB) before them;(RUSSIAN-ARAB-MUSLIM ARMIES AGAINST ISRAEL) and behind them a flame burneth: the land is as the garden of Eden before them, and behind them a desolate wilderness; yea, and nothing shall escape them.
30 And I will shew wonders in the heavens and in the earth, blood, and fire, and pillars of smoke.(ATOMIC BOMB AFFECT)

ZECHARIAH 14:12-13
12 And this shall be the plague wherewith the LORD will smite all the people that have fought against Jerusalem; Their flesh shall consume away while they stand upon their feet,(DISOLVED FROM ATOMIC BOMB) and their eyes shall consume away in their holes,(DISOLVED FROM ATOMIC BOMB) and their tongue shall consume away in their mouth.(DISOLVED FROM ATOMIC BOMB)(BECAUSE NUKES HAVE BEEN USED ON ISRAELS ENEMIES)(GOD PROTECTS ISRAEL AND ALWAYS WILL)
13 And it shall come to pass in that day, that a great tumult from the LORD shall be among them; and they shall lay hold every one on the hand of his neighbour, and his hand shall rise up against the hand of his neighbour.(1/2-3 BILLION DIE IN WW3)(THIS IS AN ATOMIC BOMB EFFECT)

EZEKIEL 20:47
47 And say to the forest of the south, Hear the word of the LORD; Thus saith the Lord GOD; Behold, I will kindle a fire in thee, and it shall devour every green tree in thee, and every dry tree: the flaming flame shall not be quenched, and all faces from the south to the north shall be burned therein.

ZEPHANIAH 1:18
18 Neither their silver nor their gold shall be able to deliver them in the day of the LORD'S wrath; but the whole land shall be devoured by the fire of his jealousy: for he shall make even a speedy riddance of all them that dwell in the land.

MALACHI 4:1
1 For, behold, the day cometh, that shall burn as an oven;(FROM ATOMIC BOMBS) and all the proud, yea, and all that do wickedly, shall be stubble: and the day that cometh shall burn them up, saith the LORD of hosts, that it shall leave them neither root nor branch.

And here are the bounderies of the land that Israel will inherit either through war or peace or God in the future. God says its Israels land and only Israels land. They will have every inch God promised them of this land in the future.
Egypt east of the Nile River, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, The southern part of Turkey and the Western Half of Iraq west of the Euphrates. Gen 13:14-15, Psm 105:9,11, Gen 15:18, Exe 23:31, Num 34:1-12, Josh 1:4.ALL THIS LAND ISRAEL WILL DEFINATELY OWN IN THE FUTURE, ITS ISRAELS NOT ISHMAELS LAND.12 TRIBES INHERIT LAND IN THE FUTURE

Netanyahu secretly met Omani FM in Germany — report-Israeli TV says February talks helped pave way for PM’s visit to Muscat; discussion said to have focused on Iran, advancing bilateral ties-By TOI staff-6 November 2018

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met secretly with Oman’s foreign minister in February, helping lay the foundations for the premier’s visit to the Gulf sultanate last month, Israeli television reported Friday,According to Channel 10 news, Netanyahu’s meeting with Yusuf bin Alawi was held on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference, a major gathering of top political and defense leaders from across the world.The meeting was put together by Mossad head Yossi Cohen who played the lead role in the contacts between Israel and Oman, the report said.The report, which cited an unnamed senior Israeli official, said the meeting was the first between Israeli and Omani political figures since the Mossad-led outreach to Oman began in April 2017.The official told the network Netanyahu and bin Alawi discussed Iran and advancing ties between the countries.Like most Arab states, Israel and Oman do not have formal diplomatic relations, though officials from the two countries have previously met.Netanyahu’s surprise visit to Muscat in October to meet with Omani Sultan Qaboos bin Said was the first of its kind by an Israeli leader in over two decades and highlighted the growing thaw between Israel and Gulf states.The Prime Minister’s Office said after the trip Netanyahu and his wife Sara were invited to the Omani capital by Qaboos “after lengthy contacts between the two countries.”Israel and Oman said in a joint statement the two leaders discussed “ways to advance the peace process in the Middle East as well as several matters of joint interest regarding the achievement of peace and stability in the Middle East.”Though neither country directly mentioned Iran in statements after the meeting, analysts noted Oman could serve as a backdoor channel to Tehran.Though a member of the Saudi-dominated Gulf Cooperation Council, Oman has stayed out of the rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia and often acted as a regional mediator. It notably hosted secret talks between US and Iranian officials that helped lead to the 2015 nuclear deal curbing Tehran’s nuclear program, an agreement strongly opposed by Netanyahu.The Channel 10 report said neither Israel nor Oman informed the United States of their warming diplomatic ties. The meeting between Netanyahu and Qaboos was welcomed by the White House, with an envoy for US President Donald Trump saying it was a “helpful step for our peace efforts.”Following the meeting in Oman, bin Alawi urged other Middle East states to accept Israel and said the country would help promote peace efforts between Israel and the Palestinians.Speaking at the same conference, Bahraini Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa expressed backing for Oman’s efforts to promote Israeli-Palestinian peace, and Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir said peace talks would help normalize diplomatic ties between Israel and the Arab world, according to Reuters.Bin Alawi this week travelled to the West Bank city of Ramallah to update Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas on the meeting between Qaboos and Netanyahu.Palestinian officials have largely remained silent on Netanyahu’s trip to Muscat, though top negotiator Saeb Erekat said the Arab world should remain committed to the Arab Peace Initiative.The proposal offers a normalization of diplomatic ties and a formal end to the Israeli-Arab conflict in exchange for the establishment of a Palestinian state on the so-called 1967 lines and a “just” solution to the refugee issue.Israel has previously offered support for some of the initiative’s tenets but balked at others pertaining to refugees and returning the Golan Heights to Syrian control.

Khashoggi killing: Erdogan accuses ‘highest levels’ of Saudi gov’t-Turkish president criticizes authorities in Riyadh for refusing to answer key questions about journalist’s murder-By AFP-NOV 6,18

ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the order to murder Jamal Khashoggi came from “the highest levels” of the Saudi government Friday as he promised no let-up in the hunt for his killers.A month on from Khashoggi’s murder in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Erdogan said he did “not believe for a second” that King Salman was to blame.But he pointedly failed to absolve Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of responsibility for unleashing a “death squad” against the outspoken Saudi journalist whose death has badly tainted the kingdom’s de facto ruler.And in an editorial for Khashoggi’s former employer, The Washington Post, Erdogan accused authorities in Riyadh of refusing to answer key questions about the murder, despite their arrest of 18 suspects a fortnight ago.Erdogan’s comments came shortly after one of his top lieutenants charged that Khashoggi’s dismembered body was “dissolved” in the consulate as part of an effort to leave no trace of the killing.“Over the course of the past month, Turkey has moved heaven and earth to shed light on all aspects of this case. As a result of our efforts, the world has learned that Khashoggi was killed in cold blood by a death squad, and it has been established that his murder was premeditated,” Erdogan wrote in The Post.“We know that the perpetrators are among the 18 suspects detained in Saudi Arabia. We also know that those individuals came to carry out their orders: Kill Khashoggi and leave. Finally, we know that the order to kill Khashoggi came from the highest levels of the Saudi government.”But he said his government would keep asking other questions “the Saudi authorities have refused to answer”, such as the whereabouts of Khashoggi’s body and who ordered his assassination.The murder of the royal insider-turned-dissident has provoked widespread outrage and sharp criticism from Washington, usually the staunchest of allies.While President Donald Trump has ruled out halting arms deal with Riyadh as a punishment, his administration has effectively withdrawn support for the Saudi-led coalition’s war in Yemen in a stark illustration of the cooling of ties.Addressing mourners at a memorial service in Washington on Friday, the murdered journalist’s fiancee called on Trump to back Turkey’s efforts to investigate his death.“I would like to send this message to Mr Trump: I would like him to support Turkey’s legal efforts in trying to bring light to the situation and to discover the whereabouts of his body,” Hatice Cengiz said in a recorded message.Turkey’s chief prosecutor said this week that Khashoggi was strangled as soon as he entered the consulate and also confirmed the body was dismembered.Yasin Aktay, an advisor to Erdogan, hinted in an article published on Friday that the body may even have been destroyed in acid.“We now see that it wasn’t just cut up, they got rid of the body by dissolving it,” an official in Turkey’s ruling party, he told the Hurriyet newspaper.“According to the latest information we have, the reason they cut up the body is it was easier to dissolve it.”A Turkish official has previously told The Post that “biological evidence” found in the consulate garden indicated the body was likely disposed of near the murder scene.Saudi authorities have denied Turkish police permission to search a well in the garden, but allowed them to take water samples for analysis, according to local reports.The murder has strained the decades-old alliance between the United States and Saudi Arabia, with Trump calling it “one of the worst cover-ups in history”.Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose country shares Riyadh’s hostility to Iran, condemned the murder but stressed the need for stability in Saudi Arabia.“It is very important for the stability of the world, for the region and for the world, that Saudi Arabia remain stable,” Netanyahu told reporters Friday on a visit to Bulgaria.After initially insisting Khashoggi left the consulate unharmed, then saying he died in a brawl during an interview gone wrong, the Saudi regime admitted he was killed, blaming a “rogue operation”.The crown prince has denounced the murder as “repulsive” and denied any involvement.

Toronto police release remains of Bruce McArthur's alleged victims to families-[CBC]-YAHOONEWS-November 6, 2018

Toronto police say some of the men believed to be victims of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur can now be laid to rest.Acting Insp. Hank Idsinga says investigators have released some of the remains of the eight men found buried at and near a Toronto home where McArthur used to work as a landscaper.Idsinga declined to say exactly how many sets of remains have been released, calling the effort a "work in progress" that he hopes concludes "sooner than later."McArthur, 67, stands accused of killing eight men, most of whom had with ties to Toronto's gay community between 2010 and 2017.They are: Skandaraj Navaratnam, 40, Andrew Kinsman, 49, Selim Esen, 44, and Abdulbasir Faizi, 44. Bottom row, from left to right: Kirushna Kumar Kanagaratnam, 37, Dean Lisowick, 47, Soroush Mahmudi, 50, and Majeed Kayhan, 58.Investigators spent months recovering and identifying the remains, which were found in planters and a ravine near the home.Police also sifted through past cases and combed other properties as part of their probe, but Idsinga has previously said that there is currently no evidence to suggest any additional alleged victims.

EARTH DESTROYED WITH THE EARTH IN NOAHS DAY(BECAUSE OF SIN,VIOLENCE AND GODLESS PEOPLE)

GENESIS 6:11-13
11 The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence.(WORLD TERRORISM,MURDERS)(HAMAS IN HEBREW IS VIOLENCE)
12 And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth.
13 And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence (TERRORISM)(HAMAS) through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.

HOSEA 4:1-3
1 Hear the word of the LORD, ye children of Israel: for the LORD hath a controversy with the inhabitants of the land, because there is no truth, nor mercy, nor knowledge of God in the land.
2 By swearing, and lying, and killing, and stealing, and committing adultery, they break out, and blood toucheth blood.
3 Therefore shall the land mourn, and every one that dwelleth therein shall languish, with the beasts of the field, and with the fowls of heaven; yea, the fishes of the sea also shall be taken away.

DEUTORONOMY 28:22-24
22  The LORD shall smite thee with a consumption, and with a fever, and with an inflammation, and with an extreme burning, and with the sword, and with blasting, and with mildew; and they shall pursue thee until thou perish.
23  And thy heaven that is over thy head shall be brass, and the earth that is under thee shall be iron.
24  The LORD shall make the rain of thy land powder and dust: from heaven shall it come down upon thee, until thou be destroyed.

STORMS HURRICANES-TORNADOES

LUKE 21:25-26
25 And there shall be signs in the sun,(HEATING UP-SOLAR ECLIPSES) and in the moon,(MAN ON MOON-LUNAR ECLIPSES) and in the stars;(ASTEROIDS ETC) and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity;(MASS CONFUSION) the sea and the waves roaring;(FIERCE WINDS)
26 Men’s hearts failing them for fear,(TORNADOES,HURRICANES,STORMS) and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth:(DESTRUCTION) for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.(FROM QUAKES,NUKES ETC)

THE FIRST JUDGEMENT OF THE EARTH STARTED WITH WATER-IT ONLY MAKES SENSE THE LAST GENERATION WILL BE HAVING FLOODING
GENESIS 7:6-12
6 And Noah was six hundred years old when the flood of waters was upon the earth.
7 And Noah went in, and his sons, and his wife, and his sons’ wives with him, into the ark, because of the waters of the flood.
8 Of clean beasts, and of beasts that are not clean, and of fowls, and of every thing that creepeth upon the earth,
9 There went in two and two unto Noah into the ark, the male and the female, as God had commanded Noah.
10 And it came to pass after seven days, that the waters of the flood were upon the earth.
11 In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened.
12 And the rain was upon the earth forty days and forty nights.
GOD PROMISED BY A RAINBOW-THE EARTH WOULD NEVER BE DESTROYED TOTALLY WITH A FLOOD AGAIN.BUT FLOODIING IS A SIGN OF JUDGEMENT.

FIRES AND EXPLOSIONS

REVELATION 8:7
7 The first angel sounded, and there followed hail and fire mingled with blood, and they were cast upon the earth: and the third part of trees was burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up.

B.C. wildfire action plan focuses on collaboration with First Nations-[CBC]-YAHOONEWS-November 6, 2018

After two record-breaking wildfire seasons, the B.C. government released a new plan this week to improve emergency management.A large focus of the action plan is working with First Nation communities, said Doug Donaldson, B.C.'s Minister of Forests. These communities can provide resources in several ways, including their knowledge of burn areas and manpower.The plan commits to creating a new dedicated First Nations coordination operational staff with opportunities for First Nations and emergency managers to discuss strategies, and to provide training and public education resources to better support the needs of First Nation communities.The new action plan includes strategies to anticipate areas most at risk for fire, and to organize multiple resources quickly during the peak of wildfire season."When fires actually broke out in nearby communities we would have the incident management team come in and right away meet with First Nations… to incorporate local knowledge into the fire action plan,"  Donaldson told All Points West host Robyn Burns."In the past, those meetings would take perhaps seven days to get underway."Training communities-Communities in wildfire-affected areas will be trained in prevention and safety practices through the Community Resiliency Investment Program to mitigate risk of damage to homes, according to Donaldson.Prescribed burns are also included in the report and he said they plan to make more progress with this practice than in the past."We're looking at a multi-year prescribed burning project, and that includes assessing the training required both within our own staff… but also increased capacity within communities to be able to do that," he said.Recovery of the land and local economies are outlined in the report with plans for reforestation, expedited cutting permits for salvageable timber, and ensuring the annual allowable cut is proportional to the affected supply.With files from All Points West.

WORLD POWERS IN THE LAST DAYS (END OF AGE OF GRACE NOT THE WORLD)

EUROPEAN UNION-KING OF WEST-DAN 9:26-27,DAN 7:23-24,DAN 11:40,REV 13:1-10
EGYPT-KING OF THE SOUTH-DAN 11:40
RUSSIA-KING OF THE NORTH-EZEK 38:1-2,EZEK 39:1-3
CHINA-KING OF THE EAST-DAN 11:44,REV 9:16,18
VATICAN-RELIGIOUS LEADER-REV 13:11-18,REV 17:4-5,9,18

WORLD TERRORISM

OH BY THE WAY WHEN THE MEDIA SAYS ALLU-AK-BAR MEANS GOD IS GREAT LIE. IN ISLAM ALLU-AK-BAR MEANS OUR GOD IS GREATER OR GREATEST. THIS IS HOW THE MEDIA SUCK HOLES UP TO ISLAMIC-QURANIC-MUSLIMS. BY WATERING DOWN THE REAL MEANING OF THE SEX FOR MURDER DEATH CULT ISLAM. TO MAKE IT SOUND LIKE A PEACEFUL RELIGION (CULT OF DEATH AND WORLD DOMINATION).

GENESIS 6:11-13
11 The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence.(WORLD TERRORISM,MURDERS)(HAMAS IN HEBREW IS VIOLENCE)
12 And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth.
13 And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence (TERRORISM)(HAMAS) through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.

GENESIS 16:11-12
11 And the angel of the LORD said unto her,(HAGAR) Behold, thou art with child, and shalt bear a son, and shalt call his name Ishmael;(FATHER OF THE ARAB/MUSLIMS) because the LORD hath heard thy affliction.
12 And he (ISHMAEL-FATHER OF THE ARAB-MUSLIMS) will be a wild (DONKEY-JACKASS) man;(ISLAM IS A FAKE AND DANGEROUS SEX FOR MURDER CULT) his hand will be against every man,(ISLAM HATES EVERYONE) and every man's hand against him;(PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM BEING BEHEADED) and he (ISHMAEL ARAB/MUSLIM) shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.(LITERAL-THE ARABS LIVE WITH THEIR BRETHERN JEWS)

ISAIAH 14:12-14
12  How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer,(SATAN) son of the morning!(HEBREW-CRECENT MOON-ISLAM) how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
13  For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:
14  I (SATAN HAS EYE TROUBLES) will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High.(AND 1/3RD OF THE ANGELS OF HEAVEN FELL WITH SATAN AND BECAME DEMONS)

JOHN 16:2
2 They shall put you out of the synagogues: yea, the time cometh, that whosoever killeth you will think that he doeth God service.(ISLAM MURDERS IN THE NAME OF MOON GOD ALLAH OF ISLAM)

Iran’s Khamenei: Trump has ‘disgraced’ US prestige-Lashing out at Washington days before sanctions to be reimposed, supreme leader says America is in decline and will be the ultimate loser against Islamic republic-By Agencies-TOI-NOV 6,18

Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Saturday that US President Donald Trump has “disgraced” US prestige and would be the ultimate loser from renewing sanctions on the Islamic republic.“This new US president… has disgraced the remnant of America’s prestige and that of liberal democracy. America’s hard power, that is to say their economic and military power, is declining too,” he said on his Persian Twitter account, quoting a speech in Tehran.A defiant Khamenei dismissed the renewed US sanctions — including an oil embargo — that take effect on Monday.“The challenge between the US and Iran has lasted for 40 years so far and the US has made various efforts against us: military, economic and media warfare,” he said.“There’s a key fact here: in this 40-year challenge, the defeated is the US and the victorious is the Islamic republic.”On Friday, the Trump administration restored US sanctions on Iran that had been lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal, but carved out exemptions for eight countries that can still import oil from the Islamic Republic without penalty.The sanctions take effect Monday and cover Iran’s shipping, financial and energy sectors. They are the second batch the administration has re-imposed since Trump withdrew from the landmark accord in May.The 2015 deal, one of former president Barack Obama’s biggest diplomatic achievements, gave Iran billions of dollars in sanctions relief in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program, which many believed it was using to develop atomic weapons. Trump repeatedly denounced the agreement as the “worst ever” negotiated by the United States and said it gave Iran too much in return for too little.In a statement issued Friday night, Trump said, “Our objective is to force the regime into a clear choice: either abandon its destructive behavior or continue down the path toward economic disaster.”Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the sanctions are “aimed at fundamentally altering the behavior of the Islamic Republic of Iran.” He has issued a list of 12 demands that Iran must meet to get the sanctions lifted that include an end to its support for terrorism and military engagement in Syria and a halt to nuclear and ballistic missile development. He said US allies such as Turkey, Italy, India, Japan and South Korea will receive temporary waivers allowing them to continue to import Iranian petroleum products as they move to end such imports entirely.But proponents as well as the other parties to the deal — Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the European Union — have vehemently defended it. The Europeans have mounted a drive to save the agreement without the US, fearing that the new sanctions will drive Iran to pull out and resume all of its nuclear work.Friday’s announcement comes just days before congressional midterm elections in the US, allowing Trump to highlight his decision to withdraw from the deal — a move that was popular among Republicans.Washington says it wants a new deal with Iran, curtailing its regional interventions and missile program — demands which have been flatly rejected by Tehran.

Iran inaugurates production line of local fighter jets ahead of US sanctions-Defense minister says domestically made Kowsar aircraft symbolizes Islamic Republic’s battle against ‘global ‘arrogance’ led by the US-By TOI staff-NOV 6,18

Iran on Saturday inaugurated the production line of its domestically produced fighter jet, a day after the Trump administration announced the reimposition of remaining US sanctions on Tehran to ramp up economic pressure on the Islamic Republic.Defense Minister Gen. Amir Hatami said the production line highlighted the capabilities of Iranian experts despite “sanctions by enemies,” according to state-run news outlet Press TV.Hatami said inaugurating production of the Kowsar fighter was “the very symbol of fighting the [global] arrogance and standing against the excessive demands of the imperial system, which is being led by the Great Satan, the United States.”Speaking at an industrial complex in the Isfahan province, Hatami added that the “fourth-generation” fighter, with “advanced maneuvering capability” and multi-purpose radar would be service the entire Iranian Air Force “soon.”Hatamui’s announcement comes days before the US sanctions lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal were set to be reimposed on the Islamic Republic. The sanctions take effect Monday and cover Iran’s shipping, financial and energy sectors. They are the second batch the administration has reimposed since Trump withdrew from the international accord in May.Iran promotion of HESA Kowsar upgrade assembly line; extending service life for the F-5E/F Tiger II type aircraft, originally built by Northrop and exported to Iran during the mid 1970's. pic.twitter.com/lMDVJ496MS— Mark Pyruz (@INTELonIRAN) November 3, 2018-The US has sold hundreds of billions of dollars of weapons to Iran’s regional rivals, and says the reimposition of the crippling sanctions is a bid to force Tehran to end its military deployments and support for militias in Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Lebanon, and elsewhere in the region.Iran unveiled the Kowsar fighter in August, but analysts quickly noted similarities between the Iranian jet and the American F-5 fighter, made by Northrop-Grumman in the 1950s, and expressed doubts that the plane was actually new.At the time, state TV said the Kowsar had already been through successful testing and showed footage of the plane on the runway, though the broadcast stopped before the plane took off.The F-5 was sold to Iran in the 1960s and first entered operation in the Iranian Imperial Air Force in 1965. In the West, the F-5 line of jets is mostly used for training purposes.Iran has already used the F-5 platform — and, some observers suggest, actual parts from its aging fleet of non-flying F-5s — to develop its newer jets. The Saeqeh, first flown in 2004, was one such plane.In 2013, Iran unveiled its “first,” domestically-made fighter jet, the Qaher F313, but it was quickly derided by numerous experts in the West who said the plane was actually a plastic model, and was unable to fly.

          ARAB-AMERICAN ISRAEL HATER WOMAN DETAINED AT AIRPORT,TO BE DEPORTED.      Cache   Translate Page      
JEWISH KING JESUS IS COMING AT THE RAPTURE FOR US IN THE CLOUDS-DON'T MISS IT FOR THE WORLD.THE BIBLE TAKEN LITERALLY- WHEN THE PLAIN SENSE MAKES GOOD SENSE-SEEK NO OTHER SENSE-LEST YOU END UP IN NONSENSE.GET SAVED NOW- CALL ON JESUS TODAY.THE ONLY SAVIOR OF THE WHOLE EARTH - NO OTHER. 1 COR 15:23-JESUS THE FIRST FRUITS-CHRISTIANS RAPTURED TO JESUS-FIRST FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT-23 But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming.ROMANS 8:23 And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body.(THE PRE-TRIB RAPTURE)

LUKE 21:28-29
28 And when these things begin to come to pass,(ALL THE PROPHECY SIGNS FROM THE BIBLE) then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption (RAPTURE) draweth nigh.
29 And he spake to them a parable; Behold the fig tree,(ISRAEL) and all the trees;(ALL INDEPENDENT COUNTRIES)
30 When they now shoot forth, ye see and know of your own selves that summer is now nigh at hand.(ISRAEL LITERALLY BECAME AND INDEPENDENT COUNTRY JUST BEFORE SUMMER IN MAY 14,1948.)

JOEL 2:3,30
3 A fire devoureth (ATOMIC BOMB) before them;(RUSSIAN-ARAB-MUSLIM ARMIES AGAINST ISRAEL) and behind them a flame burneth: the land is as the garden of Eden before them, and behind them a desolate wilderness; yea, and nothing shall escape them.
30 And I will shew wonders in the heavens and in the earth, blood, and fire, and pillars of smoke.(ATOMIC BOMB AFFECT)

ZECHARIAH 14:12-13
12 And this shall be the plague wherewith the LORD will smite all the people that have fought against Jerusalem; Their flesh shall consume away while they stand upon their feet,(DISOLVED FROM ATOMIC BOMB) and their eyes shall consume away in their holes,(DISOLVED FROM ATOMIC BOMB) and their tongue shall consume away in their mouth.(DISOLVED FROM ATOMIC BOMB)(BECAUSE NUKES HAVE BEEN USED ON ISRAELS ENEMIES)(GOD PROTECTS ISRAEL AND ALWAYS WILL)
13 And it shall come to pass in that day, that a great tumult from the LORD shall be among them; and they shall lay hold every one on the hand of his neighbour, and his hand shall rise up against the hand of his neighbour.(1/2-3 BILLION DIE IN WW3)(THIS IS AN ATOMIC BOMB EFFECT)

EZEKIEL 20:47
47 And say to the forest of the south, Hear the word of the LORD; Thus saith the Lord GOD; Behold, I will kindle a fire in thee, and it shall devour every green tree in thee, and every dry tree: the flaming flame shall not be quenched, and all faces from the south to the north shall be burned therein.

ZEPHANIAH 1:18
18 Neither their silver nor their gold shall be able to deliver them in the day of the LORD'S wrath; but the whole land shall be devoured by the fire of his jealousy: for he shall make even a speedy riddance of all them that dwell in the land.

MALACHI 4:1
1 For, behold, the day cometh, that shall burn as an oven;(FROM ATOMIC BOMBS) and all the proud, yea, and all that do wickedly, shall be stubble: and the day that cometh shall burn them up, saith the LORD of hosts, that it shall leave them neither root nor branch.

And here are the bounderies of the land that Israel will inherit either through war or peace or God in the future. God says its Israels land and only Israels land. They will have every inch God promised them of this land in the future.
Egypt east of the Nile River, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, The southern part of Turkey and the Western Half of Iraq west of the Euphrates. Gen 13:14-15, Psm 105:9,11, Gen 15:18, Exe 23:31, Num 34:1-12, Josh 1:4.ALL THIS LAND ISRAEL WILL DEFINATELY OWN IN THE FUTURE, ITS ISRAELS NOT ISHMAELS LAND.12 TRIBES INHERIT LAND IN THE FUTURE

European signatories to Iran nuclear deal condemn new US sanctions-France, UK, Germany and EU ‘deeply regret’ American measures, call accord ‘essential for the security of Europe, the region and the whole world’-By AFP-5 November 2018

PARIS — France, Germany, Britain and the European Union issued a joint condemnation Friday of the US move to place fresh sanctions on the Iranian economy, vowing to protect European companies doing “legitimate” business with Tehran.“We deeply regret the reimposition of sanctions by the United States stemming from their withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action,” the statement said in reference to the hard-fought 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.Struck between world powers and Tehran after years of fraught negotiations, the deal was aimed at limiting Iran’s nuclear capabilities in exchange for sanctions relief.But US President Donald Trump announced in May that he was walking away from the deal and would reimpose sanctions, leaving the EU scrambling to protect companies that have forged trade links with Iran.Friday’s statement from EU nations defended the deal as “essential for the security of Europe, the region and the whole world.”“Our objective is to protect European economic actors involved in legitimate commercial trade with Iran,” it added.Europe will also seek to “maintain financial channels operational with Iran and to ensure the continuation of Iranian oil and gas exports,” it said.US officials said Friday that Washington was adding 700 individuals and entities to its Iran blacklist and pressuring the global SWIFT banking network to cut off Tehran when expanded sanctions are put in place next week.US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the sanctions were aimed at getting Tehran to halt its nuclear activities and what the US says is broad support for terrorism in the region.The EU says 12 consecutive reports from the International Atomic Energy Agency show that Iran has stuck to the terms of the deal.

US reimposes all sanctions on Iran lifted under nuclear deal-Pompeo says new measures aimed at forcing Tehran to give up ‘its well-documented outlaw activities,’ grants temporary waivers to 8 countries-By Matthew Lee-TOI-5 November 2018

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration on Friday announced the reimposition of all US sanctions on Iran that had been lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal, ramping up economic pressure on the Islamic Republic as President Donald Trump completed the unraveling of what had been one of his predecessor’s signature foreign policy achievements.The sanctions, which will take effect on Monday, cover Iran’s shipping, financial and energy sectors and are the second batch the administration has reimposed since Trump withdrew from the landmark accord in May. The rollback ends US participation in the nuclear deal, which now hangs in the balance as Iran no longer enjoys any relief from sanctions imposed by the world’s largest economy.Shortly after the announcement, Trump tweeted a movie poster-like image of himself walking out of what appears to be fog with the phrase “Sanctions are Coming, November 5.”With limited exceptions, the sanctions will hit countries that do not stop importing Iranian oil and foreign firms that do business with blacklisted Iranian entities, including its central bank, a number of private financial institutions, and state-run port and shipping firms, as well as hundreds of individual Iranian officials.pic.twitter.com/nk2vKvHuaL— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 2, 2018-Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the sanctions are “aimed at fundamentally altering the behavior of the Islamic Republic of Iran.” He has issued a list of 12 demands that Iran must meet if it wants the sanctions lifted. Those include ending support for terrorism and military engagement in Syria and a complete halt to its nuclear and ballistic missile development.“Our ultimate aim is to compel Iran to permanently abandon its well-documented outlaw activities and behave as a normal country,” Pompeo told reporters in a conference call with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. “Maximum pressure means maximum pressure.”Pompeo said eight nations will receive temporary waivers allowing them to continue to import Iranian petroleum products for a limited period as they move to end such imports entirely. He said those countries, which other officials said would include US allies such as Turkey, Italy, India, Japan and South Korea, had made efforts to eliminate their imports but could not complete the task by Monday.The waivers, expected to be announced Monday, will be valid for six months, during which time the importing country can buy Iranian oil but must deposit Iran’s revenue in an escrow account. Iran can spend the money but only on a narrow range of humanitarian items. Pompeo said two of the eight countries would wind down imports to zero within weeks.Mnuchin said 700 more Iranian companies and people would be added to the sanctions rolls. Those, he said, would include more than 300 that had not been included under previous sanctions.“We are sending a very clear message with our maximum pressure campaign: that the US intends to aggressively enforce our sanctions,” he said.Iran hawks in Congress and elsewhere were likely to be disappointed in the sanctions as they had been pushing for no oil import waivers as well as the complete disconnection of Iran from the main international financial messaging network known as SWIFT.One group that has been highly critical of the deal welcomed the new sanctions but said there should be no exceptions.“We encourage the Trump administration to fulfill the promise of a maximum pressure campaign — no exceptions — until Iran permanently and verifiably changes its behavior,” United Against a Nuclear Iran said in a statement. “Oil and gas firms, including those from friendly countries like India, South Korea and Japan, should not be granted sanctions waivers. Similarly, financial entities — including SWIFT — must sever ties with Iranian banks and financial institutions.”Mnuchin defended the decision to allow some Iranian banks to remain connected to SWIFT, saying that the Belgium-based firm had been warned that it will face penalties if sanctioned institutions are permitted to use it. And, he said that US regulators would be watching closely Iranian transactions that use SWIFT to ensure any that run afoul of US sanctions would be punished.Pompeo, meanwhile, defended the oil waivers, saying US efforts to cut Iran’s petroleum revenue had already been successful. He noted that since May, when the US began to press countries to stop buying Iranian oil, Iran’s exports had dropped by more than 1 million barrels per day.Pompeo and Mnuchin both said the sanctions will have exceptions for humanitarian purchases.The 2015 nuclear deal, one of former president Barack Obama’s signature foreign policy achievements, gave Iran billions of dollars in sanctions relief in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program, which many believed it was using to develop atomic weapons. Trump repeatedly denounced the agreement as the “worst ever” negotiated by the United States and vowed to withdraw from it during the 2016 presidential campaign.Trump and other critics of the deal said it gave Iran too much in return for too little, allowed Iran to gradually resume nuclear activity that could eventually be used for weapons development and did not address any of the country’s other problematic activities.Obama-era officials as well as the other parties to the deal — Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the European Union — have vehemently defended it. The Europeans have mounted a drive to save the agreement from the US withdrawal, fearing that the new sanctions will drive Iran to pull out and resume all of its nuclear work.

New defence for Infowars in copyright case? "Pepe the Toad"-[The Canadian Press]-YAHOONEWS-November 5, 2018

The internet trolls who turned Pepe the Frog into a hate symbol may be disappointed to hear a new claim about the cartoon character's origins, courtesy of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones' Infowars website .Infowars' attorneys claim in a court filing Thursday that Pepe the Frog creator Matt Furie based his character on a "pre-existing, strikingly similar" Argentine cartoon character named "El Sapo Pepe," or "Pepe the Toad."That's a new defence for Infowars against a copyright infringement lawsuit that Furie filed in March over the site's sales of a poster copying the character.Infowars' attorneys argue Furie could be precluded from asserting any copyright interest in his creation if Pepe the Frog is an "unauthorized derivative work" based on Pepe the Toad. Or it could "at least severely the scope of copyright protection in the character," they wrote."You've got to ask yourself if Mr. Furie's work is truly original," Infowars attorney Marc Randazza said during a telephone interview Friday. "I think it's at least worth taking a closer look."Louis Tompros, one of Furie's attorneys, said the California-based cartoonist had never heard of "El Sapo Pepe" before receiving a letter from Infowars's attorneys about it."So, it definitely did not inspire his creation of Pepe,' Tompros wrote in an email Friday.A federal judge set a July 2019 trial date for the lawsuit Furie filed against Infowars in Los Angeles.It was the second such case that Furie has brought as part of a legal campaign to reclaim his creation.Infowars' website is the online platform for right-wing radio host Jones. Furie's lawsuit says he didn't authorize the site to sell a poster that depicts the anthropomorphic frog alongside images of Jones, President Donald Trump, far-right agitator Milo Yiannopoulos and other right-wing figures.Jones has described the lawsuit as a "publicity stunt" and said he views it as an expression of political speech protected by the First Amendment."My listeners understand this is all frivolous," Jones told The Associated Press in March.Infowars was selling the Pepe-adorned "MAGA" poster for $29.95 and says it was created by "renowned artist and patriot" Jon Allen. Jones said Infowars has sold about 1,000 of the posters but added that it's hardly one of the site's most popular items.Furie's "chill frog-dude" debuted in a 2006 comic book called "Boy's Club" and became a popular canvas for benevolent internet memes. But the user-generated mutations grew increasingly hateful and ubiquitous more than a year before the 2016 presidential election, when Furie's creation become an online mascot for white nationalists, neo-Nazis and other right-wing extremists.The Anti-Defamation League branded Pepe as a hate symbol in September 2016 and promoted Furie's efforts to reclaim the character.Twitter banned Jones and Infowars from the social media platform earlier this year for abusive behaviour . Jones has been sued by targets of his conspiracy theories, including parents of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012. Jones questioned whether the shooting rampage was a hoax.Michael Kunzelman, The Associated Press.

EARTH DESTROYED WITH THE EARTH IN NOAHS DAY(BECAUSE OF SIN,VIOLENCE AND GODLESS PEOPLE)

GENESIS 6:11-13
11 The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence.(WORLD TERRORISM,MURDERS)(HAMAS IN HEBREW IS VIOLENCE)
12 And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth.
13 And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence (TERRORISM)(HAMAS) through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.

HOSEA 4:1-3
1 Hear the word of the LORD, ye children of Israel: for the LORD hath a controversy with the inhabitants of the land, because there is no truth, nor mercy, nor knowledge of God in the land.
2 By swearing, and lying, and killing, and stealing, and committing adultery, they break out, and blood toucheth blood.
3 Therefore shall the land mourn, and every one that dwelleth therein shall languish, with the beasts of the field, and with the fowls of heaven; yea, the fishes of the sea also shall be taken away.

DEUTORONOMY 28:22-24
22  The LORD shall smite thee with a consumption, and with a fever, and with an inflammation, and with an extreme burning, and with the sword, and with blasting, and with mildew; and they shall pursue thee until thou perish.
23  And thy heaven that is over thy head shall be brass, and the earth that is under thee shall be iron.
24  The LORD shall make the rain of thy land powder and dust: from heaven shall it come down upon thee, until thou be destroyed.

STORMS HURRICANES-TORNADOES

LUKE 21:25-26
25 And there shall be signs in the sun,(HEATING UP-SOLAR ECLIPSES) and in the moon,(MAN ON MOON-LUNAR ECLIPSES) and in the stars;(ASTEROIDS ETC) and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity;(MASS CONFUSION) the sea and the waves roaring;(FIERCE WINDS)
26 Men’s hearts failing them for fear,(TORNADOES,HURRICANES,STORMS) and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth:(DESTRUCTION) for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.(FROM QUAKES,NUKES ETC)

THE FIRST JUDGEMENT OF THE EARTH STARTED WITH WATER-IT ONLY MAKES SENSE THE LAST GENERATION WILL BE HAVING FLOODING
GENESIS 7:6-12
6 And Noah was six hundred years old when the flood of waters was upon the earth.
7 And Noah went in, and his sons, and his wife, and his sons’ wives with him, into the ark, because of the waters of the flood.
8 Of clean beasts, and of beasts that are not clean, and of fowls, and of every thing that creepeth upon the earth,
9 There went in two and two unto Noah into the ark, the male and the female, as God had commanded Noah.
10 And it came to pass after seven days, that the waters of the flood were upon the earth.
11 In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened.
12 And the rain was upon the earth forty days and forty nights.
GOD PROMISED BY A RAINBOW-THE EARTH WOULD NEVER BE DESTROYED TOTALLY WITH A FLOOD AGAIN.BUT FLOODIING IS A SIGN OF JUDGEMENT.

FIRES AND EXPLOSIONS

REVELATION 8:7
7 The first angel sounded, and there followed hail and fire mingled with blood, and they were cast upon the earth: and the third part of trees was burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up.

Entering a modal-UN chief warns of famine in Yemen, urges halt to violence-[CBC]-YAHOONEWS-November 5, 2018

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Friday that Yemen could face "the worst famine we have seen in decades" and urged the country's warring parties to immediately halt the violence.The UN chief told reporters "the urgency of the humanitarian crisis leaves no room for complacency" and the "building wave of momentum" for peace must be seized.UN humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock warned last week that "there is a clear and present danger of an imminent and great big famine engulfing Yemen" that could affect 14 million people — half of the country's population.The conflict began in 2014 when Houthi Shia rebels toppled the internationally recognized government. A Saudi-led coalition allied with the government has been fighting the Houthis since 2015.Guterres said more and more countries are engaged in helping create conditions for the warring parties to understand the need to cease hostilities and engage in serious negotiations.He urged the coalition and the Houthis "to overcome obstacles and resolve differences through dialogue" at UN facilitated talks later this month.Guterres stressed that "violence must stop everywhere — with an immediate halt around critical infrastructure and densely populated areas.""My objective is to appeal to the parties to the conflict to understand that there is an opportunity that must be seized, and to say that the humanitarian situation is so dire that if that doesn't happen" the world will have to deal with a famine in Yemen next year, he said."I must say, I hope the voice of reason will prevail," Guterres said.

WORLD POWERS IN THE LAST DAYS (END OF AGE OF GRACE NOT THE WORLD)

EUROPEAN UNION-KING OF WEST-DAN 9:26-27,DAN 7:23-24,DAN 11:40,REV 13:1-10
EGYPT-KING OF THE SOUTH-DAN 11:40
RUSSIA-KING OF THE NORTH-EZEK 38:1-2,EZEK 39:1-3
CHINA-KING OF THE EAST-DAN 11:44,REV 9:16,18
VATICAN-RELIGIOUS LEADER-REV 13:11-18,REV 17:4-5,9,18

WORLD TERRORISM

OH BY THE WAY WHEN THE MEDIA SAYS ALLU-AK-BAR MEANS GOD IS GREAT LIE. IN ISLAM ALLU-AK-BAR MEANS OUR GOD IS GREATER OR GREATEST. THIS IS HOW THE MEDIA SUCK HOLES UP TO ISLAMIC-QURANIC-MUSLIMS. BY WATERING DOWN THE REAL MEANING OF THE SEX FOR MURDER DEATH CULT ISLAM. TO MAKE IT SOUND LIKE A PEACEFUL RELIGION (CULT OF DEATH AND WORLD DOMINATION).

GENESIS 6:11-13
11 The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence.(WORLD TERRORISM,MURDERS)(HAMAS IN HEBREW IS VIOLENCE)
12 And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth.
13 And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence (TERRORISM)(HAMAS) through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.

GENESIS 16:11-12
11 And the angel of the LORD said unto her,(HAGAR) Behold, thou art with child, and shalt bear a son, and shalt call his name Ishmael;(FATHER OF THE ARAB/MUSLIMS) because the LORD hath heard thy affliction.
12 And he (ISHMAEL-FATHER OF THE ARAB-MUSLIMS) will be a wild (DONKEY-JACKASS) man;(ISLAM IS A FAKE AND DANGEROUS SEX FOR MURDER CULT) his hand will be against every man,(ISLAM HATES EVERYONE) and every man's hand against him;(PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM BEING BEHEADED) and he (ISHMAEL ARAB/MUSLIM) shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.(LITERAL-THE ARABS LIVE WITH THEIR BRETHERN JEWS)

ISAIAH 14:12-14
12  How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer,(SATAN) son of the morning!(HEBREW-CRECENT MOON-ISLAM) how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
13  For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:
14  I (SATAN HAS EYE TROUBLES) will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High.(AND 1/3RD OF THE ANGELS OF HEAVEN FELL WITH SATAN AND BECAME DEMONS)

JOHN 16:2
2 They shall put you out of the synagogues: yea, the time cometh, that whosoever killeth you will think that he doeth God service.(ISLAM MURDERS IN THE NAME OF MOON GOD ALLAH OF ISLAM)

Khashoggi crisis may tip Middle East power balance towards Turkey-October 2 killing inside Saudi consulate in Istanbul, by a team sent from Riyadh, has already severely tarnished Arab state’s reputation-By Ezzedine SAID-TOI-NOV 5,18

ISTANBUL, Turkey (AFP) — The murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi could alter the power dynamic in the Middle East by strengthening Turkey’s influence at Saudi Arabia’s expense as they compete for leadership of the Islamic world, analysts say.This certainly appears to be the goal of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the main regional supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, which Saudi Arabia and its allies Egypt and the United Arab Emirates consider a terrorist group.The killing inside the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul by a team sent from Riyadh on October 2 has already severely tarnished Saudi Arabia’s global reputation.But it is the potential involvement of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, the oil-rich Gulf nation’s de facto leader known by his initials MBS, that could permanently damage Riyadh’s influence in the region.After initially insisting Khashoggi left the consulate unharmed, then saying he died in a brawl, the Saudi regime finally stated he was killed by a “rogue operation” and arrested 18 suspects, some with links to the crown prince.Analysts say Erdogan could use the ensuing crisis to weaken the 33-year-old prince, even potentially leading to the royal family removing him from power — though that seems unlikely.“The killing of Khashoggi has proven to be a golden opportunity for President Erdogan to pressure Saudi Arabia and work towards presenting Turkey as the new leader of the Muslim world,” said Lina Khatib, director of Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House.“The Khashoggi crisis is a big geo-political gamble for Turkey and so far it looks like it is playing the game masterfully. But Turkey alone will not be able to push for the removal of MBS. The ball lies in the American court,” she added.For Erdogan, promoting the Muslim Brotherhood — which Saudi Arabia has sought to marginalize in the Arab world and which was ousted from power and brutally repressed in Egypt in 2013 by current President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi — is at the heart of this power struggle.The Turkish leader could also try to extract concessions from Riyadh for its ally Qatar, facing a Saudi blockade backed by the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt since 2017.“I think that Erdogan sees this as an opportunity to push back against a triple entente in the Middle East that opposes his policies. That triple entente is composed of MBS, MBZ’s (Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan) UAE and Sissi’s Egypt,” said Soner Cagaptay, director of the Turkey Research Program at the Washington Institute.“These three countries, all Arabs, oppose Erdogan’s policies of supporting the Muslim Brotherhood. Now Erdogan sees a golden opportunity because MBS is vulnerable.”But Sinan Ulgen, president of the Centre for Economics and Foreign Policy, said “it remains to be seen whether Ankara can continue to leverage this conjuncture and turn it into a permanent advantage raising Turkey’s regional influence to the detriment of Saudi Arabia”.Nicholas Heras, an analyst at the Center for a New American Security, said the Khashoggi case was the “latest chapter in Turkey and Saudi Arabia’s ongoing contest over which country is better” to lead the Muslim world.“Erdogan clearly seems to believe that he can use the Khashoggi crisis as a way to cut Prince Mohammad bin Salman, and by extension, Saudi Arabia, down to size,” Heras added.By not directly pointing the blame at the crown prince over Khashoggi, Erdogan is seeking to keep him under pressure, according to Karim Bitar of the Paris-based French Institute for International and Strategic Affairs think-tank.“Erdogan knows that he still has ammunition that could weaken MBS in the international arena so basically he is rolling the dice these days trying to figure out how to maximise his profit after this huge Saudi blunder,” he told AFP.While the Muslim Brotherhood is important to Turkey, the West — especially the United States — is wary of the group and wants to focus any pressure on the crown prince towards ending the Yemen war and lifting the blockade on Qatar, the experts said.“I expect the blockade on Doha will likely come to an end in the near future and the Saudis find a way to support the UN’s efforts in Yemen,” said Steven Cook of the Council on Foreign Relations.Bitar noted that the US administration relies on Prince Mohammed’s support for any possible peace plan for the Israel-Palestinian conflict as well as containing Iran, long a Saudi foe.Washington could also push the crown prince towards “a rapprochement with Israel and to maintain a hawkish line towards Iran”, Bitar added.

Emerging Gaza ceasefire to significantly ease blockade — report-Lebanese daily says Egypt prepared to slash 70% of its own border restrictions under 3-year truce deal; Israel will be required to grant work permits and expand fishing zone-By TOI staff-NOV 5,18

An emerging cease-fire agreement aimed at calming months of violence on the Israel-Gaza border will last for three years and see a significant easing of the blockade on the Hamas-controlled territory, Lebanon’s Al-Akbar newspaper reported Saturday.According to the report, the deal being brokered by Egypt stipulates a gradual stop to the ongoing, Hamas-orchestrated violent border protests and maritime flotillas over the next two months. In addition, Hamas will be obligated to punish Gazans caught engaging in violent demonstrating along the border with Israel.In return, Egypt will permanently open its Rafah border crossing and lift 70 percent of its blockade on the Hamas-controlled territory, the report said, citing officials familiar with the emerging agreement.Al-Akbar said the deal would require Israel to grant 5,000 work permits for Gazans, and expand the Strip’s fishing zone from nine to 14 nautical miles.Israel had no immediate comment on the report.In addition, the paper reported the Palestinian Authority would pay 80% of the salaries of Hamas officials in Gaza, and would not object to Qatar bankrolling those wages for at least six months, like it has in the past.Within the framework of the agreement, the report said various economic projects in Gaza would be advanced to create jobs for some 30,000 jobs and alleviate the humanitarian situation in the Strip.The truce is slated to last three years and will be under the supervision of the United Nations and Russia. At later stage after the deal is implemented, Al-Akbar said Egypt would work to advance a prisoner exchange deal between Israel and Hamas.The report was released after Friday’s weekly protests along the Gaza border saw a significant decrease in violence.According to the Hamas-run health ministry in the strip, 12 Palestinians were injured from live Israeli fire, and dozens injured from tear gas inhalation. The Associated Press said the figures were the lowest reported since the start of the demonstrations seven months ago.Official Fatah account posts a picture of what it says is a member of the Hamas-run security forces forcibly preventing protesters from approaching the border fence between Gaza and Israel https://t.co/XAgD08xXWL— Adam Rasgon (@adamrasgon1) November 2, 2018-A senior Hamas member said the clashes were scaled down to give diplomatic efforts a chance amid talk of a breakthrough in months of Egyptian-led negotiations.The official Twitter account of PA President Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah faction even posted a picture of what it claimed to be a member of the Hamas-run security forces forcibly preventing protesters from approaching the Gaza border fence during Friday’s protests.Khalil al-Hayya said the terror group was “testing” Egyptian-led efforts to broker a ceasefire to ease an 11-year-old blockade on Gaza, but warned the clashes would resume if the blockade was not lifted.The IDF put turnout Friday at some 7,000 demonstrators with about half of those present approached the border fence, while the rest remained at a distance and did not clash with soldiers. The protest ended earlier than usual.For months, Egypt and UN officials have been engaged in indirect talks between Hamas, the Islamist terror group that runs the Gaza Strip, and Israel.Israel has accused Hamas, which is sworn to the destruction of the Jewish state, of leading the protests and using them as cover to carry out attacks against troops stationed the border.Last week, seven Palestinians were reported killed in the weekly border protests. The bloodshed was followed by rockets launched at Israel by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist group, which were met with and retaliatory Israeli airstrikes, dashing hopes of what was expected to be a calmer week in Gaza.Since the often violent protests began on March 30, over 150 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire during demonstrations and clashes along the border, including a number of people who broke through the fence into Israel. Dozens of the fatalities were Hamas members. During that time, one Israeli soldier has been killed by a Palestinian sniper.

Palestinian-American woman detained at airport, to be deported-Immigration authorities say decision to deny Susan Abulhawa entry due to past incident at border crossing and not connected to BDS-By AFP-5 November 2018

A Palestinian-American writer has been detained on arrival at Israel’s main airport and will be deported, Palestinian and Israeli officials said Friday.Susan Abulhawa was refused entry at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport on Thursday evening, said a spokesman for the Palestinian Literature Festival, which Abulhawa had been set to attend.She appealed the decision in an Israeli court Friday morning but her appeal was rejected, meaning she was likely to be deported in the coming hours, the spokesman added.Abulhawa, author of the novel “Mornings in Jenin,” had been due to appear at panel events in both Jerusalem and the West Bank city of Ramallah during the festival, which is co-sponsored by the British Council.Immigration authority spokeswoman Sabine Haddad told AFP the writer was refused entry because of an incident in 2015 when she refused to answer questions by security personnel when attempting to enter though a land crossing from neighboring Jordan.“She was refused entry then and told that the next time she arrived she had to coordinate in advance,” Haddad said in Hebrew.This time “she landed without arranging entry in advance.”Haddad added that Abulhawa’s detention was not related to support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.In March 2017, Israel’s parliament passed a law barring entry to supporters of BDS, which seeks to isolate the Jewish state internationally.Last month an American student spent two weeks in Israeli detention appealing an entry ban over her past involvement in a campus group that supports boycotting Israel.Lara Alqasem was eventually allowed to enter Israel after its Supreme Court overturned a lower court ruling upholding the state’s decision to deny her entry.Alqasem’s detention came after a number of other high-profile cases in which travelers to Israel were questioned over their political views and alleged support for BDS, drawing scrutiny to the law barring boycott supporters.Times of Israel staff contributed to this report.

Egyptian delegation tours Gaza clashes as promised calm largely holds-Hamas member says violence reined in to give Egyptian truce efforts a chance, but warns of escalation if blockade not lifted-By TOI staff and Agencies-5 November 2018

An Egyptian security delegation toured the Gaza border protests Friday, and even though thousands of Palestinians turned up, they were the quietest in several months, witnesses said.The visit came amid efforts by Egypt to broker a ceasefire between Israel and the Gaza Strip’s Hamas rulers.The delegation briefly attended the demonstrations in northern Gaza, a statement from the head of the organizing committee said. Eyewitnesses said a car carrying the delegation briefly drove to a protest site a few hundred meters from the border, before departing.A senior Hamas member said the clashes were scaled down to give diplomatic efforts a chance amid talk of a breakthrough in months of Egyptian-led negotiations.Khalil al-Hayya said the terror group is “testing” Egyptian-led efforts to broker a ceasefire to ease an 11-year-old blockade on Gaza.Fiercer clashes will resume if the blockade remains in place, al-Hayya warned.Israel and Egypt largely sealed their borders with Gaza after Hamas seized control in 2007 from the Palestinian Authority, citing a need to prevent weapons smuggling.Thousands again gathered at multiple sites near the frontier Friday but largely stayed away from the border fence, AFP correspondents said.Security forces loyal to Hamas prevented protesters from approaching the border too closely, the correspondents said.The Haaretz daily put turnout at some 7,000 demonstrators and quoted the Israel Defense Forces as saying about half of those present approached the border fence, while the rest remained at a distance and did not clash with soldiers.The protest ended earlier than usual.The Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza said 32 Palestinians were injured during the protests, including seven by Israeli fire, which The Associated Press said was the lowest casualty figures reported since the start of the demonstrations.Armed factions in Gaza on Thursday had agreed to rein in violence along the security fence in light of the latest Egyptian-efforts to reach a ceasefire with Israel.A senior Hamas member told the Ynet news site groups in Gaza agreed to stop protesters from burning tires, throwing firebombs and approaching the border during rallies until Sunday.He said the protesters would also refrain from launching incendiary devices toward Israel over the weekend.Egypt and UN officials have been engaged in indirect talks between Hamas, the Islamist terror group that runs the Gaza Strip, and Israel.Israel has accused Hamas, which is sworn to the destruction of the Jewish state, of leading the protests and using them as cover to carry out attacks against troops stationed the border-Since often violent protests began on March 30, over 150 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire during protests and clashes along the border, including a number of people who broke through the fence into Israel. Dozens of the fatalities were Hamas members.One Israeli soldier has been killed by a Palestinian sniper.In a statement after a meeting of their leaders in Gaza on Thursday, Hamas and Islamic Jihad said the marches would continue, albeit without violence.Both groups praised Egyptian and UN efforts to broker a deal.A separate statement by Islamic Jihad carried by Israeli media threatened that it would use a “new tactic” along the border, without providing details.A leader of the Iran-backed terror group told Haaretz the Egyptians had agreed to work to curb any Israeli response to the protests over the next three weeks. The unnamed official said the protests could be called off after that period if Israel keeps to its commitment to ease a blockade on the Strip.There was no comment from Egyptian officials.Last week’s clashes, in which seven Palestinians were reported killed, was followed by Islamic Jihad rocket launches at Israel and retaliatory Israeli Air Force raids, dashing hopes of what was expected to be a calmer weekend along the border.

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Qué significa el estudio de Harvard que afirma que el asteroide Oumuamua puede ser una sonda extraterrestre
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¿Recuerdas Oumuamua, aquel asteroide de forma alargada que pasó por el Sistema Solar en octubre del año pasado? Desde entonces, los astrónomos tratan de buscar explicaciones naturales a sus extrañas características físicas. Dos investigadores de ...

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tanogabo scrive nella categoria Astronomia che: I pianeti del sistema solare si distinguono in pianeti interni, o terrestri, e pianeti esterni, o gioviani: i primi (Mercurio, Venere, Terra, Marte) si trovano all’interno della fascia degli asteroidi e sono costituiti essenzialmente da materiale roccioso; i secondi (Giove, Saturno, Urano, Nettuno)
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          Astrónomos Afirman que Oumuamua Podría Ser Una Nave Extraterrestre      Cache   Translate Page      

El 19 de octubre de 2017, el telescopio PANSTARRS 1 en Hawái, anunciaba la primera detección de un asteroide interestelar, denominado 1I / 2017 U1 Oumuamua. Se especuló mucho a lo largo del último año, pero un análisis reciente realizado por astrofísicos de Harvard afirma que Oumuamua podría ser una sonda extraterrestre que, al alejarse […]

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          ASTEROID OUMUAMUA MOŽE BITI DEO ISTRAŽIVAČKE MISIJE VANZEMALJACA!      Cache   Translate Page      
Mešuzvezdani asteroid Oumuamua može biti deo istraživačke misije vanzemaljaca jer liči na svetlosnu sondu…
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<em>I</em> love the "there's no possible way this could be a coincidence" angle, when patently describing things that could in fact be coincidences. I would lay odds the actual scientific paper and opinion is "there are many possible causes of this asteroid's shape and trajectory, and we cannot rule out intelligence as a part, though significantly more observation is required before we can come to actual hypotheses. We recommend more study," and it got reduced to the best possible soundbite. Besides, it's <em>clearly</em> the probe from <em>Star Trek IV</em>. It's just early.
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Uma nave vindo de Arkon. Epa! misturei cachaça com meu remédio. Opinião: um asteroide. mais nada a declarar. Abraços aos comentaristas editores e pseudo alienígenas. Parece a série os invasores(década de sessenta) Fui longe........Excelente série.
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Oumuamua uzay gemisi olabilir!Oumuamua uzay gemisi olabilir!
Bilim adamları Oumuamua adlı asteroidin "uzaylı bir medeniyet tarafından Dünya çevresine kasıtlı olarak gönderilip gönderilmediğini" merak etmeye devam ediyorlar.

          Astrónomos de Harvard postularon que el misterioso objeto interestelar Oumuamua es una nave extraterrestre      Cache   Translate Page      


Desde que en octubre de 2017 Robert Werylk descubrió a Oumuamua cruzando el Sistema Solar, a 30.000.000 de kilómetros de la Tierra, distintas hipótesis han tratado de explicar qué es ese objeto interestelar que captó el telescopio Pan-STARRS 1. Se lo clasificó como un cometa, con el nombre de C/2017 U1; tras confirmar que no presentaba actividad, se lo consideró un asteroide y se lo bautizó A/2017 U1.

Un nuevo estudio presenta la posibilidad de que se trate una nave espacial extraterrestre.
Una investigación de la Universidad de Harvard, que se publicará el 12 de noviembre en The Astrophysical Journal Letters, propone que el objeto "puede ser una sonda enviada intencionalmente a la vecindad de la Tierra por una civilización alienígena", anticipó NBC.El trabajo de Avi Loeb, titular del Departamento de Astronomía de la institución, y Shmuel Bialy, investigador del Centro de Astrofísica Harvard-Smithsonian, no afirma directamente que los extraterrestres enviaron la presunta nave. "Pero luego de un análisis cuidadoso del modo en que el objeto interestelar aceleró mientras pasó el Sol a toda velocidad, dicen que Oumuamua podría ser una nave espacial movida por el espacio mediante la luz que cae en su superficie", señaló el medio.
Loeb y Bialy lo describieron así: "Si consideramos un origen artificial, una posibilidad es que Oumuamua sea una vela solar, que flota en el espacio interestelar como escombros de algún equipo tecnológico avanzado. De manera alternativa, un escenario más exótico es que Oumuamua sea una sonda totalmente operativa", citó Universe Today.
La gran velocidad y la trayectoria de este objeto rojizo indican, según los científicos, que no pertenece al Sistema Solar. Pero su forma chata y estirada, que se ha comparado con un cigarro, no se ajusta a cuerpos o fenómenos conocidos.
Es imposible estimar el propósito detrás de Oumuamua sin más datos", dijo Loeb a NBC. Una posibilidad es que estuviera flotando cuando el Sistema Solar la chocó, "como un barco que topa con una boya en la superficie del océano".

Loeb es un experto en velas solares, también llamadas velas de fotones: son instrumentos lanzados al espacio (por ahora, que se sepa, por los terrícolas) que consisten en una gran superficie compuesta por láminas reflectante muy ligeras —de ahí su nombre de vela— que usan la radiación solar para impulsarse. En su opinión, agregó, Oumuamua sería una "exótica".
"Explicamos la excesiva aceleración de Oumuamua alejándose del Sol como resultado de la fuerza que la luz solar ejerce sobre su superficie", dijo Universe Today. "Para que esta fuerza explique la aceleración medida, el objeto debe ser extremadamente delgado, como una fracción de milímetro de grosor, pero con decenas de metros de extensión. Esto lo hace liviano en relación a su superficie, y le permite actuar como una vela solar. Su origen podría ser natural o artificial".
Aunque algunos colegas los criticaron por la falta de pruebas, ya que su hipótesis es especulativa, Loeb se defendió ante NBC argumentando que precisamente en la falta de evidencias se basa su trabajo: "Sigo la máxima de Sherlock Holmes: cuando se ha descartado lo imposible, lo que queda, por improbable que sea, debe ser la verdad".

Un problema adicional para la investigación de Harvard es que Oumuamua ya se fue del Sistema Solar y no se puede ver con telescopios. Pero Loeb dijo que haber observado el objeto debería lanzar a los astrónomos a buscar otros similares.
Loeb agregó a Universe Today: "Oumuamua podría ser una muestra de tecnología extraterrestre que llegó para explorar nuestro Sistema Solar, del mismo modo que nosotros esperamos explorar Alpha Centauri utilizando Starshot y tecnologías similares". La alternativa podría ser "imaginar que Oumuamua estaba en una misión de reconocimiento".
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Astrónomos del Centro Harvard-Smithsonian de Astrofísica estiman que la forma alargada del primer asteroide interestelar conocido, Oumuamua, opera como una vela que explica su inesperada aceleración. Especulan con un origen artificial del objeto, diseñado para el viaje de reconocimiento interestelar por una civilización avanzada, pero cuya misión haya terminado y se haya convertido en el desecho de un naufragio.
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El objeto espacial Oumuamua entró a nuestro Sistema Solar en octubre de 2017 y desde entonces la NASA le sigue la pista. Los astrónomos han observado cómo el asteroide cambia su velocidad sorprendentemente y su trayectoria a medida que avanza por el interior del sistema. Por esto piensan que podría ser una nave extraterrestre.
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‘Objects in mirror are closer than they appear’
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In September I wrote an essay arguing that cyber attacks are existential risks, which I recommend reading because the sourcing is particularly interesting:

Majia's Blog: Cyber Attacks are Existential Risks


I noted that the US is actually more vulnerable to cyber attacks than many other nation-states because of networked interdependencies across the grid.

An extended power outage would cause significant and potentially existential threats for nuclear plants because they must continuously cool very hot fuel for years to avoid fire in the zirconium encased fissile fuel.

Back-up generators are prone to problems and require fuel. They are not easy to replace.

As I note in my September Post, the US has loosened its protocols for cyber-warfare, further straining detente in an increasingly unstable political environment, which I have described as echoing the build up to WWI (see here).

In this context is it ABSOLUTELY IMPERATIVE that nuclear power plants be secured from cyber-attacks and be equipped redundantly with resources needed to keep fuel cool for years in the event of a catrastrophic failure. If this is not possible, nuclear power plants should be shut down immediately.

Unfortunately, too many of our nations' "expert authorities" under-estimate the probability of high impact, but (perceived) low-probability events, as described by Taleb in his metaphor of the Black Swan (here).

Taleb argues that experts tend to over-estimate their control, mostly which is afforded by technologies whose assumptions turn out to be flawed. Taleb illustrates this with the CDS, or credit default swap, whose probability estimate for the risk of mortgage defaults was based on the probability of life insurance payouts.

Technologies are subject to many kinds of failures. Most of these failures are visible and can be modeled but are never addressed.

Ulrich Beck argued the Fukushima accident illustrates the system of ir-responsibility that leads to catastrophic failures because of unwillingness to address known risks:
“... We have a system of organized irresponsibility: Nobody really is responsible for those consequences. We have a system of organized irresponsibility, and this system has to be changed.”http://www.asahi.com/english/TKY201107060307.html
Here is an example of a risk assessment demonstrating known vulnerabilities that are not being addressed:
JOINT COMMENTS OF ISOLOGIC, LLC AND THE FOUNDATION FOR RESILIENT SOCIETIES, INC.PER NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION REQUEST FOR COMMENT ON DRAFT REGULATORY GUIDE DG-5061 
CYBER SECURITY PROGRAMS FOR NUCLEAR POWER REACTORS
NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION DOCKET ID: NRC-2018-0182
Submitted on October 22, 2018. Available:
https://www.academia.edu/37693436/Joint_Comments_of_Isologic_LLC_and_Foundation_for_Resilient_Societies_Cyber_Security_Programs_for_Nuclear_Power_Reactors
Recent Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) actions addressing cybersecurity and safety-critical issues related to the transition from analog to digital technologies raise fundamental questions on Commission strategies to achieve modernization of nuclear licensee sites. 
On the NRC action, DG-50611, to amend Regulatory Guide 5-71, the processes that invoke RG 5-71 are clearly failing, affecting existing licensees and ultimately the development of new reactor designs. 
This is no more evident than in the transcript of the NRC Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards (ACRS) Digital Instrumentation and Control Systems Subcommittee meeting on May 17, 2018.2 
The purpose of this filing is seriously question the adequacy of qualified, expert support, to date, from sources that are successfully developing and adopting digital technologies.... 
....The potential challenges to cybersecurity are equally disturbing. It is well understood that digital systems frequently lack the security reliability of analog systems they replace. 3 However, Commission demands that individual licensees identify or develop digital systems that meet analog security standards have not, and will not, succeed.
Risks outlined MUST be addressed or we risk catastrophic failures, either as a result of "natural" disasters (flooding, asteroid, etc) or deliberate ones (cyber-attacks or outright war).

Why is it that today's leaders are escalating conflict at precisely the moment in human history requiring collective coordination to mitigate resource exhaustion, over pollution, and collective suicide?




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Astrónomos de Harvard postularon que el misterioso objeto interestelar Oumuamua es una nave extraterrestre
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Una recreación artística de Oumuamua, un objeto de una clase nunca antes hallada en el Sistema Solar. (ESO/M. Kormesser). Desde que en octubre de 2017 Robert Werylk descubrió a Oumuamua cruzando el Sistema Solar, a 30.000.000 de kilómetros de ...
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I pianeti del sistema solare si distinguono in pianeti interni, o terrestri, e pianeti esterni, o gioviani: i primi (Mercurio, Venere, Terra, Marte) si trovano all’interno della fascia degli asteroidi e sono costituiti essenzialmente da materiale roccioso; i secondi (Giove, Saturno, Urano, Nettuno) si trovano all’esterno della fascia degli asteroidi e sono costituiti prevalentemente da gas e ghiaccio.

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A mysterious object spotted tumbling through our solar system last year may have been an alien spacecraft sent to investigate Earth, astronomers from Harvard University have suggested.
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Alien, extraterrestre, ovni

El misterioso ‘Oumamua, el primer visitante de origen interestelar descubierto, podría comportarse como un velero solar, ya que pudo haberse visto propulsado por una fuerza conocida como presión de radiación al acercarse a nuestro sol. Es lo que sugieren los cálculos de dos astrónomos del Centro de Astrofísica Harvard-Smitshonian, que han publicado sus resultados en la plataforma de prepublicación arXiv.org y los han enviado a la revista The Astrophysical Journal Letters. Según los autores, sus conclusiones son compatibles con que ‘Oumuamua sea en realidad una nave extraterrestre dirigida al sistema solar para explorarlo.

Desde su descubrimiento en octubre de 2017 por la Universidad de Hawái, el extraño objeto interestelar, que cruzó nuestro sistema solar a toda velocidad, sigue alimentando el debate entre los astrónomos. Al principio, parecía que lo más probable era que ‘Oumuamua fuese un cometa, ya que estos objetos con abundante hielo son mucho más comunes que los asteroides, en los que predominan la roca y la materia orgánica.

Sin embargo, no presentaba la característica como de los cometas, un halo de hielo y polvo que expulsan cuando se calientan al acercarse a una estrella y que a menudo adopta forma de cola. Ni si quiera la mostró cuando pasó a tan sólo 37 millones de kilómetros del sol, por dentro de la órbita de Mercurio. Por eso, y por el color de su superficie, que denotaba la presencia de materia orgánica, los astrónomos consideraron más probable que se tratase de un asteroide, o de un nuevo tipo de objeto a medio camino entre un asteroide y un cometa.

El extraño comportamiento de ‘Oumuamua llevó también a algunos científicos a preguntarse si podría ser un objeto creado por seres inteligentes de otro sistema. Para averiguarlo, en diciembre de 2017 la iniciativa Breakthrough Listen escuchó al objeto en un amplio espectro de frecuencias de radio, pero no halló ninguna emisión.

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Una nueva investigación liderada por la Agencia Espacial Europea (ESA) y publicada el pasado junio pareció zanjar el debate. Los astrónomos detectaron que, cuando ‘Oumuamua pasó por el punto más cercano al sol, experimentó una aceleración independiente de toda atracción gravitatoria. Los autores de este trabajo dedujeron que la aceleración debía ser producto de una coma, que ‘Oumuamua había salido impulsado por los gases que expulsó cuando se calentó por su proximidad al sol. La presencia de una coma implica que ‘Oumuamua debería ser un cometa. La coma podría haber sido tan pequeña que pasara inadvertida a los telescopios, según declaró a Big Vang el autor principal del estudio, Marco Micheli, del centro de seguimiento de objetos cercanos a la Tierra de la ESA.
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Ahora, los astrónomos del Centro de Astrofísica Harvard-Smitshonian proponen que la aceleración de ‘Oumuamua al acercarse al sol se debiese no a una coma, sino a la presión de radiación. Se trata de una fuerza que ejercen los fotones de la luz sobre todos los objetos, muy débil, pero que puede llegar a generar potentes aceleraciones si actúa sobre una superficie muy amplia. Según los autores del trabajo, esta fuerza cuadra más con el movimiento de ‘Oumuamua, ya que el impulso de una coma lo habría hecho rotar mucho más rápido de lo que revelaron las observaciones.

Los investigadores proponen que ‘Oumuamua podría tener la forma de las velas solares, que son láminas muy finas pero con una gran superficie. Las velas solares se investigan actualmente en la Tierra como medio de propulsión para viajes interestelares, en los que el impulso mediante combustible resultaría inviable. Ya existen naves que han probado este tipo de tecnología en misiones interplanetarias, como la japonesa IKAROS. Por otra parte, la iniciativa Breakthrough Starshot, de la que uno de los autores del estudio, Abraham Loeb, es asesor científico, se ha propuesto enviar un velero solar a la estrella más cercana a nuestro sistema, Proxima Centauri.

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De tener realmente forma de vela solar, los investigadores no descartan que ‘Oumamua sea igualmente de origen natural, aunque no se conoce ningún objeto con estas características. Si se tratara, por el contrario, de un objeto artificial, podría ser un residuo tecnológico a la deriva. O, “alternativamente, un escenario más exótico es que ‘Oumuamua sea una nave plenamente operativa enviada intencionadamente a las inmediaciones de la Tierra por una civilización extraterrestre”, escriben los astrónomos en el artículo. Esta posibilidad, especulan, podría explicar la extraña órbita de ‘Oumuamua, que lo llevó a acercarse al sol y a la Tierra antes de alejarse del centro del sistema solar a toda velocidad.

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Em 19 de outubro de 2017, o Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System-1 (Pan-STARRS-1) no Havaí anunciaram a primeira detecção de um asteroide interestelar, denominado 1I/ 017 U1 (AKA 'Oumuamua).


Nos meses que se seguiram, foram realizadas várias observações de acompanhamento que permitiram aos astrónomos obterem uma melhor ideia do seu tamanho e forma, ao mesmo tempo que revelavam que possuíam as características de um cometa e de um asteróide.

Curiosamente, também houveram especulações de que, com base em sua forma, 'Oumuamua pode realmente ser uma espaçonave interestelar (Breakthrough Listen até a monitorou em busca de sinais de sinais de rádio!).

Um novo estudo de um par de astrônomos do Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) deu um passo adiante, sugerindo que 'Oumuamua pode realmente ser uma vela leve de origem extraterrestre.


O estudo - "A pressão da radiação solar poderia explicar a aceleração peculiar de Oumuamua?', Que apareceu recentemente online - foi conduzida por Shmuel Bialy e Abraham Loeb. Enquanto Bialy é pesquisador de pós-doutorado no Instituto de Teoria e Computação (ITC) do CfA, o Prof. Loeb é o diretor do ITC, o Professor de Ciência Frank B. Baird Jr. da Universidade de Harvard e o presidente do Comitê executivo do Breakthrough Starshot.

Para recapitular, 'Oumuamua foi visto pela primeira vez pela pesquisa Pan-STARRS-1 40 dias depois de ter feito a sua passagem mais próximo ao Sol (em 9 de setembro de 2017).

Neste ponto, era cerca de 0,25 UA do Sol (um quarto da distância entre a Terra e o Sol) e já estava saindo do Sistema Solar. Naquela época, os astrônomos notaram que ela parecia ter uma alta densidade (indicativa de uma composição rochosa e metálica) e que estava girando rapidamente.

Embora não mostrasse sinais de liberação de gás quando passou perto do nosso Sol (o que teria indicado que era um cometa), uma equipe de pesquisa conseguiu obter espectros que indicavam que 'Oumuamua era mais gelado do que se pensava anteriormente.

Então, quando começou a deixar o Sistema Solar, o Telescópio Espacial Hubble tirou algumas imagens finais de 'Oumuamua que revelaram algum comportamento inesperado.

Depois de examinar as imagens, outra equipe de pesquisa internacional descobriu que 'Oumuamua tinha aumentado em velocidade, ao invés de desacelerar como esperado. A explicação mais provável, eles alegaram, era que 'Oumuamua estava liberando material de sua superfície devido ao aquecimento solar.

A liberação deste material, que é consistente com o comportamento de um cometa, daria ao Oumuamua o impulso constante necessário para alcançar esse aumento na velocidade.

Para isso, Bialy e Loeb oferecem uma contra-explicação. Se 'Oumuamua era de fato um cometa, por que então não experimentava a liberação de gases quando estava mais perto do nosso Sol?

Além disso, eles citam outras pesquisas que mostraram que, se a liberação de gás fosse responsável pela aceleração, também teria causado uma rápida evolução na rotação de 'Oumuamua (o que não foi observado).

Basicamente, Bialy e Loeb consideram a possibilidade de que 'Oumuamua poderia de fato ser uma vela leve, uma forma de espaçonave que depende da pressão de radiação para gerar propulsão - similar ao que ao que a iniciativa Breakthrough Starshot está fazendo. Semelhante ao que está planejado para Starshot, esta vela leve pode ter sido enviada de outra civilização para estudar o nosso Sistema Solar e procurar por sinais de vida. Como o Prof. Loeb explicou ao Universe Today via e-mail:

"Nós explicamos o excesso de aceleração de Oumuamua para longe do Sol como resultado da força que a luz solar exerce sobre sua superfície. Para que esta força explique o excesso de aceleração medida, o objeto precisa ser extremamente fino, de ordem uma fração de milímetro de espessura, mas com dezenas de metros de tamanho, o que torna o objeto leve para sua área de superfície e permite que ele atue como uma vela de luz. Sua origem pode ser natural (no meio interestelar ou discos proto-planetários) ou artificial ( como uma sonda enviada para uma missão de reconhecimento na região interna do Sistema Solar)."

Com base nisso, Bialy e Loeb calcularam a provável forma, espessura e relação massa-área que um objeto artificial teria. Eles também tentaram determinar se este objeto seria capaz de sobreviver no espaço interestelar, e se ele suportaria ou não as tensões de tração causadas pelas forças de rotação e de maré.

O que eles descobriram foi que uma vela de apenas uma fração de milímetro de espessura (0,3-0,9 mm) seria suficiente para uma folha de material sólido sobreviver à jornada por toda a galáxia - embora isso dependa muito da densidade de massa de Oumuamuam.

Grossa ou fina, esta vela seria capaz de resistir a colisões com grãos de poeira e gás que permeiam o meio interestelar, bem como forças centrífugas e de maré.

(Wikimedia Commons / Andrzej Mirecki)

Quanto ao que uma vela de luz extraterrestre estaria fazendo em nosso Sistema Solar, Bialy e Loeb oferecem algumas explicações possíveis para isso. Primeiro, eles sugerem que a sonda pode realmente ser uma vela desativada flutuando sob a influência da gravidade e da radiação estelar, semelhante a detritos de naufrágios flutuando no oceano. Isso ajudaria a explicar porque o Breakthrough Listen não encontrou evidências de transmissões de rádio.

Loeb ainda ilustrou essa ideia em um artigo recente que escreveu para a Scientific American, onde ele sugeriu que 'Oumuamua poderia ser o primeiro caso conhecido de uma relíquia artificial que flutuava em nosso Sistema Solar a partir do espaço interestelar.

Além do mais, ele observa que as velas de dimensões semelhantes foram projetadas e construídas por humanos, incluindo o projeto IKAROS projetado em japonês e a Iniciativa Starshot com a qual ele está envolvido.

"Esta oportunidade estabelece uma base potencial para uma nova fronteira da arqueologia espacial, ou seja, o estudo de relíquias de civilizações passadas no espaço", escreveu Loeb.

"A descoberta de evidências de lixo espacial de origem artificial forneceria uma resposta afirmativa à antiga questão 'Estamos sozinhos?'. Isso teria um impacto dramático em nossa cultura e acrescentaria uma nova perspectiva cósmica ao significado da atividade humana".

Por outro lado, como Loeb disse ao Universe Today, 'Oumuamua pode ser uma peça ativa da tecnologia alienígena que veio explorar nosso Sistema Solar, da mesma forma que esperamos explorar Alpha Centauri usando Starshot e tecnologias similares:

"A alternativa é imaginar que 'Oumuamua estava em uma missão de reconhecimento. A razão pela qual eu contemplo a possibilidade de reconhecimento é que a suposição de que' Oumumua seguisse uma órbita aleatória requer a produção de ~ 10^{15} de tais objetos por estrela em nossa galáxia. Essa abundância é até cem milhões de vezes maior do que a esperada do Sistema Solar, com base em um cálculo que fizemos em 2009. Uma superabundância surpreendentemente alta, a menos que `Oumuamua seja uma sonda específica em uma missão de reconhecimento e não um membro de uma população aleatória de objetos ".

De acordo com Loeb, há também o fato de que a órbita de Oumuamua a trouxe para 0,25 UA do Sol, que é uma boa órbita para interceptar a Terra sem sofrer muita irradiação solar. Além disso, chegou a 0,15 UA da Terra, o que poderia ter sido o resultado de correções orbitais projetadas para facilitar um sobrevoo.

Alternadamente, ele afirma que é possível que centenas de tais sondas possam ser enviadas para que uma delas chegue perto o suficiente da Terra para estudá-la. O fato de que a pesquisa Pan STARRS-1 quase não detectou 'Oumuamua em sua aproximação mais próxima poderia ser visto como uma indicação de que há muitos outros objetos que não foram detectados, reforçando o argumento de que' Oumuamua é uma de muitas dessas sondas.

Considerando que os astrônomos concluíram recentemente que nosso Sistema Solar provavelmente capturou milhares de objetos interestelares como 'Oumuamua, isso abre a possibilidade de futuras detecções que poderiam ajudar a provar (ou refutar) o caso de uma vela interestelar.

Naturalmente, Bialy e Loeb reconhecem que ainda há muitas incógnitas para dizer com certeza o que 'Oumuamua realmente é. E mesmo que isso aconteça ser um pedaço de rocha natural, todos os outros asteroides e cometas que foram previamente detectados tiveram ordens de magnitude de massa para área maiores do que as estimativas atuais para 'Oumuamua.

Isso, e o fato de que a pressão de radiação parece ser capaz de acelerá-la, significaria que 'Oumuamua representa uma nova classe de material interestelar fino que nunca foi visto antes. Se for verdade, isso abre um novo conjunto de mistérios, tais como como esse material foi produzido e por que (ou por quem).

Embora esteja fora do alcance de nossos telescópios há quase um ano, 'Oumuamua certamente continuará sendo objeto de intenso estudo nos próximos anos. E você pode apostar que os astrônomos estarão à procura de mais deles! 

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These developments raise questions about the city's future as a haven for rule of law and civil rights in Asia. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/02/world/asia/hong-kong-journalist-financial-times.html Petra Laszlo, Camerawoman Filmed Kicking Refugees, Was Cleared Hungary's highest court overturned the conviction of Petra Laszlo, who was convicted of disorderly conduct for kicking refugees fleeing the war in Syria. The court acknowledged that Laszlo's conduct was "morally deplorable and against the law," but found that she should have been charged with "disturbance" instead, a regulatory offense usually punished by a fine. The statute of limitations for the lesser charge has expired, however. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/31/world/europe/woman-kicking-migrants-refugees.html
          European Service Module before shipping      Cache   Translate Page      

Technicians at the Airbus facility in Bremen, Germany prepare the European Service Module for shipment to Kennedy Space Center. The service module departed for Germany 5 November 2018.

Orion is NASA’s next spacecraft to send humans into space. It is designed to send astronauts farther into space than ever before, beyond the Moon to asteroids and even Mars.

ESA has designed and is overseeing the development of Orion’s service module, the part of the spacecraft that supplies air, electricity and propulsion. Much like a train engine pulls passenger carriages and supplies power, the European Service Module will take the Orion capsule to its destination and back.

The Orion spacecraft is built by NASA with ESA providing the service module. The arrangement stems from the international partnership for the International Space Station. NASA’s decision to cooperate with ESA on a critical element for the mission is a strong sign of trust and confidence in ESA’s capabilities.

More than 20 companies around Europe are now building the European Service Module as NASA works on Orion and the Space Launch System.

Learn more about Orion and Europe’s involvement here. Follow the latest updates via the Orion blog.


          Asteroide Oumuamua poderá ser uma nave alienígena, dizem os Astrofísicos      Cache   Translate Page      
Estaremos a ser vigiados por extraterrestres? Poderá parecer descabido, mas há uma suspeita, agora levantada por astrofísicos que o objeto interestelar Oumuamua, apelidado de “Mensageiro das Estrelas” possa ser, afinal, uma sonda enviada intencionalmente...

          Harvard desconfia que objeto próximo a Terra, possa ser alienígena      Cache   Translate Page      


Oumuamua – língua Havaiana, significa: “escuteiro ou líder em uma batalha".

Quando a mídia alerta para um assunto de caráter “extraterrestre”, destacando “Harvard”, as pessoas começam a olhar com outros olhos, certo? Então presta atenção a notícia que está circulando na rede essa semana.
 
OUmuamua - ilustração enganosa
Em 19 de outubro de 2017, “Oumuamua” foi o primeiro objeto interestelar já visto por seres humanos na Terra, identificado por A / 2017 U1 pelo astrônomo Robert Weryk usando o telescópio Pan-STARRS no Observatório de Haleakala, no Havaí.

O que chamou atenção do astrônomo foi que esse objeto fez uma curva sob o nosso sistema solar, passando sob a órbita da Terra em 14 de outubro de 2017, a uma distância de cerca de 24 milhões de quilômetros - cerca de 60 vezes a distância até a Lua.

Isso não seria nada de mais, se esse objeto passasse a ganhar impulso de volta acima do plano dos planetas aumentando sua velocidade para 44 Km/s em relação ao Sol, deixando nosso sistema solar lépido e fagueiro, em direção à constelação de Pégaso...

Oumuamua, teria cerca de um quilômetro de comprimento com uma estranha cor avermelhada. Narra a lenda, que o objeto veio e partiu tão rápido, que nenhum telescópio conseguiu imagens dele e o que vemos por aí é uma “simulação” artística de como ele seria...

Stephen Hawking e outros especialistas em 2017, não excluíram a origem extraterrestre do Oumuamua, e outros cientistas alertaram para o seguinte:

"Essa é a órbita mais extrema que eu já vi."
Davide Farnocchia, Ph.D., Centro de Estudos de Objetos Próximos à Terra da NASA (CNEOS), Laboratório de Propulsão a Jato em Pasadena, Califórnia, 19 de outubro de 2017.

"O mais surpreendente é que nunca vimos objetos interestelares passarem antes" -  Karen Meech, astrônoma do Instituto de Astronomia da Universidade do Havaí em Honolulu, especializada em pequenos corpos e sua conexão com a formação do sistema solar.


Lixo sideral?
Esse objeto interestelar - que “não pode ser fotografado” - pode ser uma “vela alienígena”, dizem pesquisadores de Harvard e considerando ser de origem artificial, uma possibilidade é que Oumuamua é uma vela de luz, flutuando no espaço interestelar como um entulho de um equipamento tecnológico avançado...

Passados um ano depois de sua descoberta, semana passada, no dia 1 de novembro de 2018, o presidente do Departamento de Astronomia de Harvard, Avi Loeb, Ph.D., e seu colega, Schmuel Bialy, Ph.D., da Universidade de Tel Aviv, Israel, publicaram um artigo em o arquivo da Biblioteca da Universidade de Cornell intitulado;

 A pressão de radiação solar poderia explicar a aceleração peculiar de Oumuamua?”


Oumuamua mostrou desvios de uma órbita de Kepler com uma significância estatística alta. Discutimos as possíveis origens de Oumuamua, incluindo a possibilidade de que possa ser uma vela de origem artificial… para viagens interestelares.

Outro cenário “científico” - que nos agrada mais - é que, Oumuamua pode ser uma sonda totalmente operacional enviada intencionalmente à vizinhança terrestre por uma civilização alienígena - escreveram os pesquisadores no estudo.

As imagens distribuídas na internet são todas ilustrações de modelos de computador orientadas pelo pessoal de “Harvard”. Não há espectroscopia nem da composição de Oumuamua – um tipo de revelação que poderia agitar demais a macacada.

Fato; estamos muito próximos de uma “revelação”. Os sinais são claros e precisos. Observe o método gentil de contar as mentes infantis sobre a situação do “gato” que subiu no telhado...

Há décadas, nós sabemos que o “gato” morreu, mas para os seguidores de Harvard, ele ainda passa bem... mas com um ligeiro mal estar de cunho "perigoso"... 

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          Doctor Who #1000: The Tsuranga Conundrum      Cache   Translate Page      
"A doctor of medicine?" "Well, medicine, science, engineering, candyfloss, Lego, philosophy, music, problems, people... hope. Mostly hope."
TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired Nov.4 2018.

IN THIS ONE... The Doctor is on a medical ship that's being eaten by a gremlin-like creature.

REVIEW: I had to double-check that The Tsuranga Conundrum was written by Chris Chibnall, because its compact guest cast and environment, and its relative lack of character development for the main cast, made me think it was an easily-ignored one-off. Aside from a few biographical details (how Ryan's mom died), it is quite unnecessary, and even feels like a spec script, with the 13th Doctor coming off sounding a bit like the 10th ("Snap", etc.) and the companions there to comment, often with glib zingers, while catering to the stories of the guest stars. It's an unfortunate step back for a version of the show that, despite its plotting problems, has had strong character moments throughout. Even the striking look of the white spaceship interiors feels quote apart from the location-heavy Series 11.

Let's talk plot holes, since the show is determined to fly a hospital ship through a series of them. The biggest, for me, is the Doctor's mysterious abdominal pain. The medic is really worried about it, and she holds her side through most of the episode, and then it's forgotten. I guess its function was only to make the Doctor make early mistakes because she can think straight, but none of the companions had any real sequels to being hit by a sonic mine. And why no attempt to at least take cover? Now consider the Pting. I don't think I want to debate whether "cute" was a good or bad idea, and as an effect, it was fairly well realized, if cartoonish (especially the way it eats things bigger than itself). But I'm afraid the big reveal about its diet isn't much of one, and I don't like how far ahead of the Doctor I was on that. I eats a hell of a lot of junk metal for something that actually feeds on energy. Don't people radiate more energy than a metal pipe? How about the android? Immune to the Pting's toxic skin, but still registers as inedible? While we're on the topic of Ronan, it feels like his automatic deactivation should be more of a plot point, perhaps have the Doctor or Durkas somehow disable the failsafe as a reward, or just because it's the right thing to do for an obviously sentient being. I understand they might have blown the budget early on this one, but it still leaves a lot to be desired that we don't get exterior shots of the ship navigating the asteroid field, as it downplays Eve's brave act substantially. The sonic is eaten, but just drained (unlike everything else), and then "cleverly" reboots, which shouldn't surprise the Doctor since she built it herself. There's a lot of urgency in the episode, but it doesn't cover up all the problems.

A lot of our interest hinges on whether or not we invest in the Tsuranga's inhabitants. Some are useful to the plot, i.e. have abilities the Doctor will harness to save all their lives (all but one, Astos' function was to die early and leave the ship in unsure hands). Mabli is nominally in charge and the required medic. Durkas can take the ship off automatic. Eve can pilot it at great risk to her health. Not too sure Ronan was that useful, except to keep Yaz company. And then Yoss, the pregnant boy, is more of a complication, just another damn thing that has to be taken care of when it all goes wrong. At least he speaks to Ryan's drama. Yoss thinks of giving up his unplanned baby, and Ryan makes it his mission to make him "present" as a father, the way his own dad was never there for him. There's some poignancy in that. But otherwise, do we care much? About whether or not Yoss keeps the baby, Eve dies from Pilot's Heart, she and Durkas are reconciled, Ronan is accepted as her consort, or Mabli finds her confidence? I dunno. It feels like we lost the most interesting character of the bunch early - Astos was calling out the Doctor left and right, and that was a richer relationship by far than anything else we get.

So as usual, it's up to the main cast to bring a problematic episode from the brink. The Doctor's jokes land better than usual, I think. The Poirot bit. "I thought there'd be more questions." Having Yaz pick a number. The Hamilton stuff. Listing off her doctorates. Still espousing the educational mandate of the Hartnell era, she's quick to explain antimatter, but also expresses wonder. There's a real positivity in this and what she has to say about hope that really typifies this Doctor. BUT Chibnall still saddles her with a lot of exposition, not all of it necessary. Yaz is likewise hampered. In addition to STILL not having had a scene with Graham, she contributes 21st-Century analogies for things in the future, in case we don't get it. At least she gets a bit of action and an emotional scene with Ryan, but Chibnall has to find more for her to do than act as Ryan's emotional anchor. This is also a rather poor episode for Graham, who's quick with the zingers, but isn't asked to show as much range as in previous episodes. Again, Chibnall falls back on things we've already seen - talking about Grace's possible reactions, offering a fist bump that Ryan denies... I thought we were past this. But while he's on a futuristic hospital ship, not even a question about his cancer? It's like the characters are visiting someone else's show and are written as their series bible selves.

REWATCHABILITY: Medium - And I struggled with giving it this high a score (all the more upsetting for this being my thousandth Doctor Who review), but ultimately, there are some funny lines and it's watchable. It just feels like a step back from the character-driven drama we've had to date.
          Was Oumuamua A Solar Sail From An Alien Civilization That Flew Past Earth Last Year? Entertaining But Implausible Suggestion      Cache   Translate Page      

Short summary: it's an entertaining but rather far fetched proposal in an arxiv preprint not published anywhere but mentioned in a Scientific American op ed. Implausible for many reasons including its spectrum which is not the shiny spectrum you'd expect from a solar sail but the red of tholins mixed with rock and metal as you'd expect from an asteroid / comet.

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          Cool Video Shows a Rotating Asteroid Bennu      Cache   Translate Page      
🎶 Big asteroid keep on turnin' 🔄 PolyCam keep discernin' 📸 👀Rollin', rollin', rollin' with a boulder ☄️🎶 On Nov. 2, I captured a
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NASA will host a live Science Chat at 2 p.m. EST Wednesday, Nov. 7, to discuss upcoming encounters of two of the agency’s planetary
          Astrónomos de Harvard sugerem que asteróide misterioso pode ser nave alienígena      Cache   Translate Page      

O asteróide interestelar asteróide, descoberto em Outubro de 2017, pode ter origem artificial, admitem investigadores.

É um cometa? Um asteróide? "Pode ser uma sonda totalmente operacional enviada intencionalmente à vizinhança terrestre por uma civilização alienígena", diz uma equipa de astrónomos da Universidade de Harvard. O misterioso objecto foi descoberto em Outubro de 2017 por Rob Weryk, do Instituto de Astronomia de Honolulu, no Havai. Foi baptizado de Oumuamua, que em havaiano significa "mensageiro de muito longe que chega primeiro".

Inicialmente, o objecto de forma alongada, que se assemelha a um charuto, de cor avermelhada e com 400 metros de comprimento - 10 vezes mais que a sua largura - foi considerado um cometa, posteriormente um asteróide interestelar, mas agora surge a possibilidade de se tratar de uma nave alienígena enviada para investigar a Terra. Esta é a conclusão a que chegou um grupo de investigadores do Centro de Astrofísica Harvard-Smithsonian, cujo trabalho foi publicado no The Astrophysical Journal Letters.

A inusitada "aceleração excessiva" do objecto é um dos argumentos apontados neste estudo pelos astrónomos para explicar esta nova teoria sobre o misterioso objecto, que saiu do nosso sistema solar em Janeiro deste ano. "Considerando uma origem artificial, uma possibilidade é a de que o Oumuamua seja uma espécie de vela solar [nave cujo sistema de propulsão recorre à radiação] flutuando no espaço interestelar como um resíduo de um equipamento tecnológico avançado", lê-se no estudo assinado por Abraham Loeb, professor e presidente de astronomia, e Shmuel Bialy, pós doutorado do Centro de Astrofísica Harvard-Smithsonian.

"Não vemos nada assim no nosso sistema solar"

Os cientistas teorizam ainda que a velocidade do Oumuamua e a sua trajectória fora do normal pode estar relacionada com o facto de já não estar operacional.


Certo, é que os cientistas nunca viram nada do género. "Este objecto é de um outro sistema solar, que foi expelido para o espaço interestelar", afirmou Paul Chodas, responsável pelo Centro de Estudos de Objectos Próximos da Terra da NASA. "Não vemos nada assim no nosso sistema solar. Nenhum dos asteróides do nosso sistema solar tem essa forma. É intrigante como obteve esta forma", admitiu o astrónomo em Novembro do ano passado.

Fonte e foto: DN

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Currie Evan - Hayden War - tomy 1-7 [Audiobook PL]

W przyszłości ludzkość kolonizuje inne światy, eksploatuje pasy asteroid i wysyła swoje statki w ciemną przestrzeń, z której blask ich silników dociera na Ziemię po latach. W prawie każdym odwiedzanym systemie istnieje życie, ale jak dotąd człowiek nie spotkał innego inteligentnego gatunku.


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          Alexandria Ocasio, de bartender a la congresista más joven de EEUU      Cache   Translate Page      

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Nueva York, Estados Unidos.

Las elecciones de mitad de mandato han supuesto un cambio de 180 grados en la vida de Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, que en menos de cinco meses ha pasado de servir cocteles en un bar neoyorquino a convertirse en la congresista más joven de la historia de Estados Unidos con sólo 29 años.

"Se supone que las mujeres como yo no deberíamos presentarnos a cargos políticos", afirmaba esta joven latina, de tez morena y autodenominada socialista en su video de campaña de las primarias del Partido Demócrata para el Distrito 14 de Nueva York, una circunscripción electoral a caballo entre Queens y el Bronx.

&lt;amp-twitter width="375" height="472" layout="responsive" data-tweetid="1060013522502012928"&gt;&lt;/amp-twitter&gt;Ocasio-Cortez, nacida en el Bronx el 13 de octubre de 1989 de madre puertorriqueña, ganó en junio contra todo pronóstico la nominación de su partido al veterano congresista Joe Crowley, un peso pesado de los Demócratas que llevaba en su escaño desde 1999 y era conocido como el Rey de Queens.

Crowley, que aspiraba a sustituir a Nancy Pelosi como líder de los Demócratas en la Cámara de Representantes e incluso presidirla, perdió contra Ocasio-Cortez, a pesar de que ella solo disponía de 194,000 dólares frente a los 3,4 millones de presupuesto del veterano congresista.

La razón de la victoria de Ocasio-Cortez la compartió ella misma en Twitter, donde subió una foto de un par de zapatos con las suelas agujereadas: "Algunas personas dicen que gané por razones demográficas.

Primero, eso es falso.

Ganamos con votantes de todas las clases.

Segundo, aquí está mi primer par de zapatos de campaña.

Llamé a puertas hasta que la lluvia atravesó las suelas".

&lt;amp-twitter width="375" height="472" layout="responsive" data-tweetid="1059988654540627968"&gt;&lt;/amp-twitter&gt;Si bien esta será la primera ocasión en la que ejerza un cargo público, no será la primera vez en la que haga campaña.

Trabajó como asistente para el difunto senador Ted Kennedy y fue miembro de la comitiva electoral de Bernie Sanders en 2016 frente a Hillary Clinton.

Ocasio-Cortez es la líder oficiosa de un grupo de candidatas latinas conocido como las "insurgentes" por haberse enfrentado con éxito al "establishment" demócrata y que apoya políticas como el "Medicare" para todos los ciudadanos, la universidad gratuita o la eliminación del Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas.

Asimismo, pertenece a la organización nacional "Democratic Socialists of America" y define el socialismo como una manera de garantizar una vida digna, que los niños tengan una buena educación, servicios de salud y también proteger los derechos civiles.

También defiende un salario mínimo federal de 15 dólares a la hora, la vivienda como un derecho humano, así como aprobar incentivos fiscales para la construcción de viviendas más asequibles.

"En un día cualquiera, nadie se pone de acuerdo sobre si es la próxima Sarah Palin, la siguiente Obama o un dictador venezolano", la describía la revista Vogue en una entrevista hecha después de ganar las primarias, ya que antes, incluso durante la campaña, apenas recibió atención mediática.

En lo personal, después del fallecimiento de su padre en 2008, tuvo que tomar dos puestos de trabajo para ayudar a su madre, limpiadora de casas, a mantener a su familia.

Graduada en Economía y Relaciones Internacionales por la Universidad de Boston, con tan sólo 22 años montó una editorial de libros infantiles que mostraban el Bronx -tradicionalmente marginal- de una manera positiva.

Vea: ¡Basta ya!, dicen votantes a Trump en las urnasAntes, en 2007, cuando aún estaba en el instituto, se presentó a un concurso de ciencia a nivel nacional con un proyecto de microbiología que quedó en segundo puesto.

Gracias a esto, el Laboratorio Lincoln del Instituto de Tecnología de Massachusetts decidió ponerle su nombre a un pequeño asteroide, para orgullo de aquella joven fan de Star Trek: el 23238 Ocasio-Cortez, todo un símbolo de lo que posteriormente ha sido una meteórica carrera.

Ahora, Ocasio es la mujer congresista más joven de la historia de Estados Unidos, una marca que anteriormente tenía la representante del distrito 21 de Nueva York, la republicana Elise Stefanik, quien llegó a Washington en 2015 con 30 años.

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          Harvard Scientists Think An Alien Probe Might've Passed Earth Last Year (And We're All Doomed)      Cache   Translate Page      

When news of a couple Harvard scientists thinking there's some extraterrestrial scrap and/or "light sail" cruising by Earth, you pause your Mass Effect 2 and listen up. The internet's abuzz with all kinds of competing theories on the mad scientists from Harvard's theory; but it boils down to the undeniable likelihood that it's an odd cigar-shaped asteroid, which could by a sliver of a chance be alien junk. That sliver of a chance is enough to get the juices of the collective extraterrestrial-oriented science community, flowing. I'd still love (I think?) to end up reading about how this space cigar is some sort of alien light sail (cargo hold ship), but the odds are not in our favor at the moment. So, keep the tin foil hat stashed for now, and continue planning your next retreat to Area 51 to gather more evidence. Maybe they've already accumulated a collection of the Milky Way's finest space cigars. 


          Astrônomos alertam para suposta nave alienígena no Sistema Solar      Cache   Translate Page      
Um objeto em formato de charuto encontrado em nosso sistema solar no ano passado pode ser uma nave alienígena enviada para investigar a Terra, de acordo com astrônomos de Harvard.

As informações da emissora CNN foram reproduzidas em artigo publicado pela revista ISTOÉ.

Com o nome de Oumuamua, que significa “a mensagem que alcança o distante passado” no dialeto havaiano, o objeto foi descoberto em outubro de 2017 por um telescópio dos Estados Unidos.

Desde a descoberta, cientistas especulam e tentam descobrir o que seria o estranho objeto estelar, antes chamado de cometa e asteroide pelos especialistas.

Pesquisadores de Harvard, no entanto, levantaram a possibilidade de que o comprido objeto, que viaja a 196 mil milhas por hora, tenha uma origem artificial e que seja alienígena. A teoria se baseia na rápida aceleração do objeto em nosso sistema solar.

Os cientistas ainda especulam que ele pode ter sido usado anteriormente para transporte de cargas entre planetas ou estrelas.

Ninguém ainda pode cravar, com certeza, qual a origem ou a função do Oumuamua, mas cientistas acreditam que a descoberta pode estar próxima.

          Harvard Scientists Claim ‘Oumuamua’ Could Be An Alien Probe      Cache   Translate Page      
Harvard scientists are now saying that the mysterious cigar-shaped object known as Oumuamua could have been an alien probe sent intentionally to Earth's vicinity.  They say the odd asteroid may actually have been sent by an "alien civilization."
          Deux astronomes conspués après l'annonce d'une sonde extraterrestre      Cache   Translate Page      
Deux scientifiques de Havard pensaient avoir identifie une sonde d'origine extraterrestre, mais il s'agissait en fait d'un asteroide.
          Cigar-shaped object could be alien spacecraft, Harvard researchers claim      Cache   Translate Page      
Scientists believe Oumuamua, which is roughly 400m long, may be a "lightsail of artificial origin" from outside our solar system.

A cigar-shaped interstellar object that flew past the sun could be an alien spacecraft, researchers from Harvard University have said.

Scientists have been trying to figure out what the 1,312ft (400m) object named Oumuamua might be after it was first spotted by a telescope in Hawaii in October 2017.

The object's flat, elongated shape and reddish colour is from outside our solar system, according to the researchers.

It was moving at 59,030mph when it was first tracked by scientists.

Oumuamua's unusual trajectory and high speed sets it aside from other space objects such as asteroids and comets.

Harvard researchers have now said it "may be a fully operational probe sent intentionally to Earth vicinity by an alien civilisation".

In a letter published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters on 12 November, the researchers add that Oumuamua could be a spacecraft pushed along by light falling on its surface.

They add in the paper that the object could be a "lightsail of artifical origin".

Lightsails are a proposed method of spacecraft propulsion which uses radiation pressure exerted from sunlight or large mirrors.

The researchers are not saying outright that Oumuamua is a sign of extraterrestrial life.

https://news.sky.com/story/cigar-shaped-object-could-be-alien-spacecraft-harvard-researchers-claim-11546041



          Harvard Researchers: Mysterious cigar-shaped object is probably alien tech      Cache   Translate Page      
Harvard researchers have suggested a mysterious interstellar object that was spotted floating in space in 2017 could be an "alien" spacecraft sent on a reconnaissance mission to probe the Earth. The cigar-shaped asteroid or comet - dubbed Oumuamua - was discovered in October last year by the Pan-STARRS 1 telescope in Hawaii. Given its high speed and unusual trajectory, the dark-red object was believed to have come from outside our solar system but its flattened and elongated shape as well as the way it accelerated on its way utterly distinguished it from other conventional asteroids. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/videosptv/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel
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          Harvard: según astrónomos, el objeto interestelar Oumuamua podría ser una nave extraterrestre      Cache   Translate Page      

Objeto interestelar Oumuamua

 

En octubre de 2017, Robert Werylk descubrió el objeto interestelar Oumuamua. A partir de ese momento, fue calificado inicialmente como un cometa, pero tras confirmar que no presentaba actividad, se lo consideró un asteroide que fue bautizado como A/2017 U1.

 

Ahora, una investigación de Harvard, propone que el objeto "puede ser una sonda enviada intencionalmente a la vecindad de la Tierra por una civilización alienígena", anticipó NBC.

 

El estudio, que se publicará el 12 de noviembre en The Astrophysical Journal Letters no afirma directamente que los extraterrestres enviaron la supuesta nave, "pero luego de un análisis cuidadoso del modo en que el objeto interestelar aceleró mientras pasó el Sol a toda velocidad, dicen que Oumuamua podría ser una nave espacial movida por el espacio mediante la luz que cae en su superficie".

 

Objeto interestelar Oumuamua

(NASA/ESA/STScI)

La investigación fue llevada a cabo por Avi Loeb, titular del Departamento de Astronomía de la institución, y Shmuel Bialy, investigador del Centro de Astrofísica Harvard-Smithsonian. Según explicaron, "si consideramos un origen artificial, una posibilidad es que Oumuamua sea una vela solar, que flota en el espacio interestelar como escombros de algún equipo tecnológico avanzado. De manera alternativa, un escenario más exótico es que Oumuamua sea una sonda totalmente operativa".

 

La velocidad, forma y trayectoria del objeto en cuestión no pertenecería al sistema solar según los científicos: "Es imposible estimar el propósito detrás de Oumuamua sin más datos".

 


"Explicamos la excesiva aceleración de Oumuamua alejándose del Sol como resultado de la fuerza que la luz solar ejerce sobre su superficie", declaró Universe Today. "Para que esta fuerza explique la aceleración medida, el objeto debe ser extremadamente delgado, como una fracción de milímetro de grosor, pero con decenas de metros de extensión. Esto lo hace liviano en relación a su superficie, y le permite actuar como una vela solar. Su origen podría ser natural o artificial".

 

Objeto interestelar Oumuamua

 

Oumuamua ya se fue del Sistema Solar y no se puede ver con telescopios, lo que complica seguir su estudio: "Oumuamua podría ser una muestra de tecnología extraterrestre que llegó para explorar nuestro Sistema Solar, del mismo modo que nosotros esperamos explorar Alpha Centauri utilizando Starshot y tecnologías similares", explicó Loeb.

 


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Inicialmente se pensó que era un cometa de nuestro sistema solar, pero pronto se comprobó que su órbita era hiperbólica, es decir, que no era un “hijo del Sol” y que, además, la ausencia de cola y coma apuntaban a que se trataba más bien de un “asteroide”, entendiendo como tal un cuerpo sin alto contenido en volátiles (o sea, hielos). [...] Observaciones adicionales más recientes realizadas con el telescopio espacial Hubble y otros instrumentos terrestres han demostrado que “algo” está perturbando la órbita de ‘Oumuamua.

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Starman y el Tesla Roadster de SpaceX ya están en la órbita de Marte, y se calcula que volverá cerca de la terrestre por el año 2091.

Fue uno de los punto álgidos de la carrera de Elon Musk, tanto que consiguió su objetivo: poner un Tesla y un dummy llamado Starman en el espacio con el Falcon Heavy, y cruzar los dedos para que fuese capaz de llegar a Marte. Pues parece que la misión de la compañía está a punto de cumplirse, puesto que tanto el Roadster como el cariñosamente apodado Starman, en homenaje a David Bowie, ya están orbitando el planeta rojo, tal como ha confirmado el propio Twitter de SpaceX.

De hecho, no es la única referencia geek que SpaceX ha puesto en su tweet: junto con el Don't Panic que lleva incorporado la pantalla del Roadster, la compañía espacial ha puesto otro guiño a La Guía del Autoestopista Galactico, haciendo referencia al "Restaurante en el fin del universo", el título de la segunda entrega de Douglas Adams y considerada por mucho como el súmmum de la ciencia ficción de comedia:

Sea como sea, SpaceX va cumpliendo hitos según se van haciendo realidad sus planes: el Tesla Roadster y Starman llevan 10 meses en el espacio desde que en febrero fueran puestos en órbita gracias a la prueba del Falcon Heavy, el cohete más grande de SpaceX y el más potente usado jamás para llevar material en el espacio desde el desuso de los cohetes Saturn V de la NASA, los mismos que llevaron a los hombres a la luna durante la era de Apolo en los años 60.

Si el plan inicial se cumple y los cálculos son correctos, el Tesla y Starman volverán en algún punto a la órbita de la Tierra, si no chocha antes con algún objeto espacial o asteroide. El estudio de modelación de la órbita del Tesla, realizado por un equipo del Centro de Ciencias Planetarias de Scarborough, de la Universidad de Toronto, calcula que Starman volverá a rozar la órbita terrestre, a unos pocos miles de kilómetros de nuestro planeta, en 2091.


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SCIENTISTS have broken their silence on the cigar-shaped asteroid which entered Earth’s solar system with Harvard professors claiming the interstellar object could have been sent by aliens.
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Se trabaja sobre la hipótesis de que sea una misión de reconocimiento del Sistema Solar.
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          How to spot internet alien panic from a light-year away      Cache   Translate Page      
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Perhaps you've heard: Alien panic is sweeping the internet. 

You can't go more than a week or two without a new and ridiculous story about life maybe being out there in the universe going viral, spawning breathless coverage and debunks alike. It's exhausting.

This week, all that alien panic is swirling around a story citing a Harvard astronomer claiming that the first interstellar asteroid or comet ever discovered named 'Oumuamua might actually have been sent by aliens from distant space. It's sensational! It's perfect for the internet! It's also something you should be totally skeptical of.  Read more...

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          Oumuamua May Be (But Probably Isn't) an Alien Probe      Cache   Translate Page      
Last December, I wrote about Oumuamua, the curious "celestial driftwood" just passing through our solar system la-dee-da.

Now, some scientists believe that Oumuamua could be an alien spacecraft, probing our galaxy to check shit out.
A pair of Harvard researchers are raising the possibility that Oumuamua is an alien spacecraft. As they say in a paper to be published Nov. 12 in The Astrophysical Journal Letters, the object "may be a fully operational probe sent intentionally to Earth vicinity by an alien civilization."

The researchers aren't claiming outright that aliens sent Oumuamua. But after a careful mathematical analysis of the way the interstellar object sped up as it shot past the sun, they say Oumuamua could be a spacecraft pushed through space by light falling on its surface — or, as they put it in the paper, a "lightsail of artificial origin."

Who would have sent such a spacecraft our way — and why?

"It is impossible to guess the purpose behind Oumuamua without more data," Avi Loeb, chairman of Harvard's astronomy department and a co-author of the paper, told NBC News MACH in an email. If Oumuamua is a lightsail, he added, one possibility is that it was floating in interstellar space when our solar system ran into it, "like a ship bumping into a buoy on the surface of the ocean."

...Loeb and his collaborator, Shmuel Bialy, a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, acknowledge that the alien spacecraft scenario is an "exotic" one. And perhaps not surprisingly, other space scientists have strong doubts about it.

"It's certainly ingenious to show that an object the size of Oumuamua might be sent by aliens to another star system with nothing but a solar sail for power," Seth Shostak, a senior astronomer at the SETI Institute in Mountain View, California, said in an email. "But one should not blindly accept this clever hypothesis when there is also a mundane (and a priori more likely) explanation for Oumuamua — namely that it's a comet or asteroid from afar."
BOO! So boring! I'm definitely rooting for ALIEN PROBE, even though I know how improbable it is.

And just in case the space gremlins who sent it are paying attention... I VOLUNTEER AS TRIBUTE! TAKE ME WITH YOU!!!
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Astrônomos levantam possibilidade de corpo rochoso apelidado de Oumuamua ter sido enviado por civilização alienígena


Um misterioso objeto rochoso em formato de charuto que cruzou nosso sistema solar no ano passado pode ser uma espaçonave alienígena, sugeriram astrônomos da Universidade de Harvard, nos Estados Unidos.

Batizado de Oumuamua, que significa “mensageiro de muito longe que chega primeiro” em havaiano, o objeto espacial foi o primeiro a viajar de outro sistema planetário para o nosso. Foi descoberto pelo telescópio Pan-STARRS 1, instalado no Havaí, em outubro de 2017.


Desde a sua passagem, os cientistas têm dificuldade em explicar suas características incomuns e sua origem precisa. Inicialmente, os pesquisadores o classificaram como um cometa e, depois, como asteroide, antes de finalmente considerá-lo um novo tipo de “objeto interestelar”.

Agora, um novo estudo de pesquisadores do Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, da Universidade de Harvard, nos Estados Unidos, levanta a possibilidade de o objeto ter uma “origem artificial”.


“Oumuamua pode ser uma sonda totalmente operacional enviada intencionalmente à vizinhança terrestre por uma civilização alienígena”, escreveram os astrônomos no artigo, que foi submetido ao jornal científico americano Astrophysical Journal Letters.

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Perhaps you've heard: Alien panic is sweeping the internet. 

You can't go more than a week or two without a new and ridiculous story about life maybe being out there in the universe going viral, spawning breathless coverage and debunks alike. It's exhausting.

This week, all that alien panic is swirling around a story citing a Harvard astronomer claiming that the first interstellar asteroid or comet ever discovered named 'Oumuamua might actually have been sent by aliens from distant space. It's sensational! It's perfect for the internet! It's also something you should be totally skeptical of.  Read more...

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El continente con más países de la Tierra es África, que alberga 54 estados soberanos reconocidos internacionalmente. El más reciente, Sudán del Sur, logró la independencia el 9 de julio de 2011.

En el punto opuesto tenemos el continente con menos países del mundo, y también con otras características que lo hacen único. Casi un lugar fuera de este mundo.

Menos países

La Antártida es el continente que alberga menos países del mundo, con ninguna población nativa ni ningún país reconocido por debajo de la altitud 60º S.

Con el Tratado Antártico de 1959, se estipuló la preservación del continente para la investigación científica pacífica que además excluye cualquier actividad militar.

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Mayor diferencia de población estacional

El continente más gande y más poblado del mundo es Asia, que acoge casi dos tercio de la población mundial. En el lado opuesto está la Antártida.

No solo tiene muy pocos habitantes, sino que tiene la mayor diferencia de población estacional de todo el mundo. La población de la Antártida se multiplcia por cinco: alrededor de 1.000 habitantes en invierno y unos 5.000 en verano.

Esto se debe a que la mayoría de los científicos que trabajan en las bases instaladas en el continente sólo viven allí en verano y evitan los duros inviernos antárticos.

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Más elevado

Según el British Antartic Survey, la Antártida, excluyendo sus plataformas de hielo, tiene una altitud media de 2.194 metros. Su punto más alto está en la cumbre del macizo de Vinson, a 4.897 metros sobre el nivel del mar.

Otros rasgos únicos

  • La Antártida es el continente más frío del mundo: un día se registró -93,2 ºC. La temperatura más alta jamás registrada en la Antártida fue de 14,5ºC.
  • También es el continente más ventoso: 320km/h fue el récord.
  • Alberga alrededor del 80 % de agua dulce del planeta.
  • Aquí hay hielo que tiene más de un millón de años de antigüedad.
  • Su tamaño se dobla cuando lleva el invierno.
  • La Antártida es el desierto más extenso el mundo, de ni más ni menos que de 14,2 millones de km2.
  • Es el continente más seco del mundo. Hay alguna partes de este continente donde no ha llovido ni nevado absolutamente nada en los últimos 2 millones de años.
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  • Aquí no encontrarás reptiles, de ninguna especie. Es el único continente donde no hay.
  • Se estima que, en un momento dado, hay 300.000 icebergs navegando en el océano antártico y rodeando al continente como un cinturón de asteroides blancos.
  • No puedes trabajar en la Antártida a menos que te hayan quitado la muela del juicio y el apéndice. La primera porque cuando sale causa mucho dolor, y la otra cuando empieza a inflamarse se puede convertir en un foco de bacterias.
  • En la Antártida también hay un volcán. Y está activo. Es el que está ubicado más al sur. Se llama Monte Erebus, y expulsa cristales.
  • En 1999, una pareja se casó en la estación Amundsen-Scott del Polo Sur geográfico. La afortunada pareja pasó su primera noche de luna de miel en una carpa con calefacción.

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Dunkle Augenhöhlen und die richtige Form - passend zu Halloween zieht in diesem Jahr ein Asteroid in der Form eines Schädels an der Erde vorbei.
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This week, all that alien panic is swirling around a story citing a Harvard astronomer claiming that the first interstellar asteroid or comet ever discovered named 'Oumuamua might actually have been sent by aliens from distant space. It's sensational! It's perfect for the internet! It's also something you should be totally skeptical of.  Read more...

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          #94 ¿Es ‘Oumuamua una vela estelar alienígena?      Cache   Translate Page      

#77 A ver. El hecho de que acelerara huele a asistencia gravitatoria. O sea, el mismo método que usamos nosotros para acelerar naves sin tener que llevar tanto combustible.

Sin embargo, el objeto podría tener compuestos volátiles que se evaporaron espontáneamente con el calor del sol provocando esa aceleración. O sea, una asistencia gravitatoria que se produjo por puro azar debido a la composición del objeto.

Podría ser un simple asteroide con compuestos que se evaporan al acercarse al calor. O incluso podría ser que una especie alienígena hubiera elegido especialmente ese asteroide por sus propiedades de "autoimpulsarse" al estar cerca de una estrella para montar sobre él algunos sensores. Bastaría entonces con darle un empujón para ponerlo en la ruta correcta y el asteroide por sí mismo sin necesidad de ningún diseño especial hiciera ese trabajo.

Podrían ser muchas cosas... pero la experiencia nos muestra que siempre la explicación es más aburrida de lo que nos gustaría... así que mejor no hacerse demasiadas ilusiones. Sobre todo porque se está alejando a tal velocidad que nunca podremos hacer nada más que especular.

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Deux scientifiques de Havard pensaient avoir identifie une sonde d'origine extraterrestre, mais il s'agissait en fait d'un asteroide.
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Segundo pesquisadores de Harvard, a rota do "Oumuamua", descoberto no ano passado no Havaí, pode ter sido direcionada, e não aleatória
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Al principio, los científicos lo catalogaron como un cometa, luego como un asteroide y finalmente, 'Oumuamua ha vuelto a los titulares después de que dos astrónomos de Harvard, Abraham Loeb y Shmuel Bialy, explicaran en un artículo subido a arXiv (un repositorio de pre-prints, estudios aún no publicados en una revista científica) que "no descartan" que el extraño objeto pudiera ser o formar parte de una nave extraterrestre.

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'Oumuamua

Despite what Harvard scientists say.

Three things are certain in this world: death, taxes, and people going bananas over aliens.

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MRJ外部提携につながるか、三菱航空機の債務超過ようやく解消へ | Close-Up Enterprise | ダイヤモンド・オンライン diamond.jp/articles/-/184…

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岐阜基地航空祭で「ひそねとまそたん」の監督樋口真嗣さんと甘粕ひそね役の声優の久野美咲さんによるトークライブを行います。
時間 12時40分から13時10分まで
場所 第2格納庫(場所については後日航空祭プログラムで掲載)
また、ひ… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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12月9日(日)、オーバード・ホールにて自衛隊演奏会『ミュージックフェスタ2018 in TOYAMA』を予定しています。中部方面音楽隊の歌姫、3等陸曹 鶫真衣さんの歌声も披露されます。どしどしご応募ください😊
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【臨地実習】仙台白百合女子大学の皆さんが臨地実習のため今日から5日間仙台駐屯地を訪れます!初日の今日は自衛隊の給食業務及び栄養管理の概要、陸上自衛隊及び仙台駐屯地の概要について学ぶとともに防衛館(資料館)の見学を行いました!… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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滑走路や誘導路上で航空機のタイヤがパンクしたらどうしましょう!?先月、嘉手納基地で米空軍と航空自衛隊がお互いの対処方法を共有する機会がありました。

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【井川線の紅葉情報】
週末(11/3)時点のアプトいちしろ〜長島ダム駅間の状況ですが、添付の写真のように徐々に色付き始めております。だいぶ涼しくなってきましたので、週末は紅葉を見に是非大井川沿線にお越しください!

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バカ丸出しの調査。そもそも活断層は日本に2000ほどある。「活断層は危険」と言うなら日本に住める場所はない。しかも12万年前のリスクを調べてそこから何を得るつもりなのか。やってる事は星占いレベル。そんな事を言い始めたら高速道路や新… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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11/3(土)4(日)の #東京ラーメンショー2018 のイベントブースは大盛況で終わりました(^o^)/
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【日本の解き方】各国で「右派」が躍進する理由… 経済苦境と雇用悪化を招いた左派に対し、国民に「刺さる」政策で支持得る zakzak.co.jp/soc/news/18110… @zakdeskさんから

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新閣僚への追及が続く臨時国会について街の声
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@jointstaffpa @JASDF_PAO
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在日米軍司令部ではこれより、11月10日の米海兵隊創立記念日を前に、お祝いのケーキカットが行われます。
米海兵隊は1775年11月10日の創設以来、今年で243回目の誕生日を迎えます。
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The Queen biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” rakes in $50 million in the U.S and Canada in its opening weekend on.wsj.com/2DnZlVn

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「ブラックホールの量子力学」
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【HP更新情報】
砕氷艦「しらせ」による第60次南極地域観測協力について
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「新聞って、いる?」→いらニャイ。というか、藤田信勝の孫のくせに、悪文。ネット時代に新聞離れが進んでいる現実と、新聞が偏る特性を混同している。寧ろ、新聞離れが進んでいるが故に偏りが顕著になっている問題を突くべき。
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飯田です!ブログ、更新しました!『最近のリーク合戦は?』 bit.ly/WofUjc 新しい防衛装備品に関するニュースが続々出てきていますが、その裏には何があるのでしょうか…?そこにあるべき議論はあるのか?… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

— 飯田浩司のOK!Cozy up! (@cozy1242) 2018年11月6日 - 09:08

洋上の空母ロナルド・レーガンまでは、C-2Aグレイハウンドで往復しました。報道関係者の皆さんは、テイルフックでアレスティングワイヤーを引っかけて停止する拘束着艦と、カタパルト発艦を体験しました。… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

— 在日米海軍司令部 (@CNFJ) 2018年11月6日 - 16:48
          Rätsel um Asteroiden: Stammt "Oumuamua" von Außerirdischen?      Cache   Translate Page      
Ist es ein Asteroid oder doch ein Artefakt einer außerirdischen Lebensform? Seit seiner Entdeckung gibt das Objekt mit dem klangvollen Namen "Oumuamua" Rätsel auf. Neueste Analysen scheinen nun sogar die Hoffnungen von Ufo-Gläubigen zu bestätigen.
          Forscher: Asteroid "Oumuamua" könnte riesiges Sonnensegel von einer anderen Zivilisation sein      Cache   Translate Page      
Preview Es ist 250 bis 1.000 Meter lang und lässt Forschern keine Ruhe: Das mysteriöse Objekt mit dem hawaiianischen Namen "Oumuamua" könnte US-Wissenschaftlern zufolge außerirdischen Ursprungs sein. Seine Mission: Die Suche nach Leben im All.
          Do scientists really think 'Oumuamua is an alien spaceship? - The Guardian      Cache   Translate Page      

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Do scientists really think 'Oumuamua is an alien spaceship?
The Guardian
Name: 1I/2017 U1 'Oumuamua. Meaning: “A messenger that reaches out from the distant past” (in Hawaiian). Appearance: Dark, reddish, about 400 metres long by 40 metres wide, so roughly the size and shape of a skyscraper. Age: Maybe a few hundred ...
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          Asteroide Oumuamua nel nostro sistema solare: è una navicella aliena      Cache   Translate Page      

L’asteroide sigaro Oumuamua: “Non escluso che si tratti di una nave spaziale aliena”. Sostiene Harvard. L’affascinate ipotesi sostenuta da Abraham Loeb professore di astronomia all’Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics a Boston sull’asteroide Oumuamua. Secondo Abraham Loeb il famoso asteroide a forma di sigaro potrebbe avere un origine artificiale derivata da una vita intelligente. Secondo il professore potrebbe …

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          “I’m sure the universe is full of intelligent life. It’s just been too intelligent to come here.”*…      Cache   Translate Page      
Could the mysterious asteroid 'Oumuamua be an extraterrestrial solar sail? (Plus- supernova)
          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Freyella insignis Ludwig, 1905      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Nicaraguan part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Luidia foliolata (Grube, 1866)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Luidia ferruginea Ludwig, 1905      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Nicaraguan part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Pedicellaster pourtalesi Perrier, 1881      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Puerto Rican Exclusive Economic Zone for taxon Echinaster (Othilia) echinophorus (Lamarck, 1816)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Nicaraguan part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Echinaster (Othilia) echinophorus (Lamarck, 1816)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Venezuelan part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Echinaster (Othilia) echinophorus (Lamarck, 1816)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Jamaican Exclusive Economic Zone for taxon Echinaster (Othilia) echinophorus (Lamarck, 1816)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Dominican Republic Exclusive Economic Zone for taxon Echinaster (Othilia) echinophorus (Lamarck, 1816)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Cuban Exclusive Economic Zone for taxon Echinaster (Othilia) echinophorus (Lamarck, 1816)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Honduran part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Echinaster (Othilia) brasiliensis Müller & Troschel, 1842      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Cuban Exclusive Economic Zone for taxon Echinaster (Othilia) brasiliensis Müller & Troschel, 1842      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Colombian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Calyptraster personatus (Perrier, 1885)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Haitian Exclusive Economic Zone for taxon Calyptraster personatus (Perrier, 1885)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Copidaster lymani A.H. Clark, 1948      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Nicaraguan part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Anthenoides peircei Perrier, 1881      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Venezuelan part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Anthenoides peircei Perrier, 1881      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Mexican Exclusive Economic Zone [Caribbean part] for taxon Anthenoides peircei Perrier, 1881      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Belizean Exclusive Economic Zone for taxon Anthenoides peircei Perrier, 1881      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Trinidad and Tobago for taxon Anthenoides peircei Perrier, 1881      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Dominican Republic Exclusive Economic Zone for taxon Anthenoides peircei Perrier, 1881      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Eastern Caribbean for taxon Asterinopsis pilosa (Perrier, 1881)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Nicaraguan part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Astropecten articulatus (Say, 1825)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Adevărul despre asteroidul bizar care ar avea origini extraterestre      Cache   Translate Page      
Anul trecut, oamenii de știință au identificat un obiect cosmic bizar care încă reușește să le de-a bătăi de cap. De la prezumția că ar fi un obiect trimis de extratereștri,
          Scientists theorize new origin story for Earth's water      Cache   Translate Page      
(American Geophysical Union) Earth's water may have originated from both asteroidal material and gas left over from the formation of the Sun, according to new research. The new finding could give scientists important insights about the development of other planets and their potential to support life.
          Astrónomos de Harvard dicen que asteroide Oumuamua puede ser una nave extraterrestre      Cache   Translate Page      
Su gran velocidad, peculiar forma e inusitada trayectoria, los ha llevado a pensar que podría ser una sonda de reconocimiento.
          Výzkumníci z Harvardu připouští, že ‘Oumuamua může být poháněna solární plachtou      Cache   Translate Page      
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Mezihvězdný objekt ‘Oumuamua byl nejdříve označen za kometu, pak asteroid, pak opět za kometu a průběžně i za mimozemskou loď nebo sondu. To podporoval především jeho neobvyklý protáhlý tvar. Co ale k tomu mohou říci lidé z Harvardu?

          Enviado por alienígenas? Entenda declaração de cientistas sobre origem do objeto interestelar Oumuamua      Cache   Translate Page      
Cientistas da Nasa descobriram, pela primeira vez na história, em novembro de 2017, um objeto de outro sistema estelar atravessando o sistema solar do qual a Terra faz parte. Batizado de Oumuamua (“o mensageiro de longe que chega primeiro”, no dialeto havaiano), de início ele foi classificado como asteroide e chamou a atenção de astrônomos à época. …
          Grande mistero sull'asteroide Oumuamua. Se fosse una nave spaziale aliena?      Cache   Translate Page      
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E' passato ormai un anno da quando l'asteroide Oumuamua è stato osservato dagli astronomi nell'ottobre 2017, passando alla storia come primo oggetto interstellare visibile a volare attraverso il sistema solare. Si tratta di un oggetto affusolato, lungo 160 metri e ...

https://www.meteogiornale.it/notizia/53896-1-mistero-asteroide-oumuamua-nave-spaziale-aliena


          Scientists suggest the Oumuamua asteroid might be an extraterrestrial spaceship or probe      Cache   Translate Page      

In a paper entitled, "Could Solar Radiation Pressure Explain "Oumuamua's Peculiar Acceleration," these scientists bring up that very possibility.

The post Scientists suggest the Oumuamua asteroid might be an extraterrestrial spaceship or probe appeared first on Techaeris.


          Scientists theorize new origin story for Earth's water      Cache   Translate Page      
Earth's water may have originated from both asteroidal material and gas left over from the formation of the Sun, according to new research. The new finding could give scientists important insights about the development of other planets and their potential to support life.
          Oumuamua è una sonda aliena? Ipotesi potenzialmente vera secondo Harvard      Cache   Translate Page      
Author: Le news di Hardware Upgrade È stato definito una cometa, un asteroide e anche un oggetto interstellare, il primo a raggiungere il nostro Sistema Solare. Ma a sbilanciarsi in maniera evidente sono stati due ricercatori di Harvard, secondo cui Oumuamua potrebbe essere addirittura una sonda aliena appartenente ad una popolazione extraterrestre sconosciuta. L’oggetto non […]
          Survival Games (Taking down parts to edit)      Cache   Translate Page      
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Asteroids hit earth. Life as we know it is about to change. One wrong move and you're dead. We need to survive but how no one knows.
          Scientists theorize new origin story for Earth's water      Cache   Translate Page      
Earth's water may have originated from both asteroidal material and gas left over from the formation of the Sun, according to new research. The new finding could give scientists important insights about the development of other planets and their potential to support life.
          NASA Makes Asteroid Bennu Photo Smaller! Also Pyramid and base, Nov 2018, UFO Sighting News.       Cache   Translate Page      
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          No Gravity      Cache   Translate Page      
Category: Games
Latest version: 1.40.2
Size: 137.14 MB

Are you brave enough to play No Gravity? You’ll need steady nerves and a strong heart to fly around dangerous obstacles, face hostile environments and use deadly weapons to accomplish your missions and protect your people. Hurry, download this iPhone version of the PSP favorite, before it’s too late. Click “...More” to learn why you should download this App today!

"No Gravity is an iOS port of the PSP space combat game. Full of action and an impressive visual appeal, No Gravity really rocks for those of us with a taste for full-featured arcade titles. Also, with 31 missions and hours of content, you can’t really argue with the abnormal pricing model."
by TouchArcade.com

"Just download it. Trust me, it is incredible and well worthy of your minutes on planet Earth!"
by JushPushStart.com

In a distant future, spread across thousands of colonies, the empire is under attack from a mysterious, unknown sickness that is affecting people’s minds. So far, you’ve been able to remain healthy but you don’t know for how much longer.

As one of the few survivors of this bewildering plague, it’s up to you to seek out and destroy the enemy that unleashed this madness. If you don’t, there remains no hope for your planet or your people. Are you prepared to tackle 31 missions and destroy the heinous foe?

This is not a job for wimps. No Gravity is fast-paced and full of action. You’ll need to draw on your deepest level of calm bravado to succeed in these dangerous missions.

When you’re ready, choose your character and one of six customizable ships. Each one is equipped with an impressive array of weapons, so you’ll have plenty of tools at hand for the job. Whether you need lasers or ion blasters, everything is there to help you win the war against your hostile enemy.

Once in your ship, you’ll fly through space, skimming over six different worlds, moving along underground craters and through massive asteroids fields. You need to keep your wits about you or it’s game over before you’ve accomplished your mission.

You’re not alone out there, though. Allied ships will accompany you through the hostile space stations, help you destroy enemy bases and clear mine fields. As the mysteries of the surrounding space unfold, be prepared to unleash your firepower on anything that gets in your way. You must be unstoppable in order to save your people.

It’s not all hard work. Along the way, you’ll have plenty of entertainment. There are massive explosions, an assortment of ships and weapons, 2 difficulty modes and you can even take on your missions in the first or third person views.

Did you do well on your mission? Great, now you can reap the rewards of success. Go ahead and unlock your Achievements section to grab your bonus new ship paint, artwork or something else that strikes your fancy.

Have a look at some of the features you get when you download No Gravity:
• Incredible, fast-paced, non-stop action
• This is the iPhone version of the PSP for Playstation favourite
• Full frame rate
• Massive explosions and damages
• Play in first or third person view
• Select from 5 characters and 5 space ships
• Each ship available in 4 different colours
• Choose from 6 different, awesome weapons
• 31 mission levels to play
• Reward system with achievements to unlock with Game Center.
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Un artículo científico firmado por dos investigadores de la Universidad de Harvard causó un gran revuelo esta semana al afirmar que una enorme roca alargada que atraviesa nuestro Sistema Solar puede haber sido enviada por extraterrestres.
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A newly discovered asteroid designated 2018 VX1 will flyby Earth at 0.99 LD / 0.00255 AU (381 474 km / 237 037 miles) at 18:21 UTC on November 10, 2018. This asteroid was first observed at Mt. Lemmon Survey on November 4, 2018, 6 days before its close approach to...... Read more »

          Asteroid 2018 VP1 flew past Earth at 0.39 LD      Cache   Translate Page      
A newly discovered asteroid designated 2018 VP1 flew past Earth at a distance of 0.39 LD or 0.00100 AU (149 597 km / 92 955 miles) on November 2, 2018. This is the 58th known asteroid to flyby Earth within 1 lunar distance since the start of the year. 2018 VP1...... Read more »

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Investigadores de Harvard han concluido en un estudio que Oumuamua, el asteroide que atravesó el Sistema Solar y evitó el sol, hizo una maniobra inesperada, con un giro y a una velocidad que necesitaba de propulsión para ser realizada.
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Oumuamua uzay gemisi olabilir!
Bilim adamları Oumuamua adlı asteroidin "uzaylı bir medeniyet tarafından Dünya çevresine kasıtlı olarak gönderilip gönderilmediğini" merak etmeye devam ediyorlar.Devamı için tıklayınız
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