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          Atomic Super Lander v1.1.84 (Mod Gears/Adfree)      Comment   Translate Page      
Atomic Super Lander v1.1.84 (Mod Gears/Adfree) The doomsday is upon us. The Earth is about to be bombarded by an asteroid supercluster! It’s time to cram all able-bodied persons to rockets and fire them blindly into space in a desperate fight for mankind’s survival! Become a cosmic demolition man! Master the tricks of space flight, […]
          Persephonaster facetus (Koehler, 1907)      Comment   Translate Page      
Taxon "Persephonaster facetus (Koehler, 1907)" has been marked as checked by Bruno Danis via the webinterface on 2008-06-11T12:57:51+00:00
          Hymenaster praecoquis Sladen, 1882      Comment   Translate Page      
Taxon "Hymenaster praecoquis Sladen, 1882" has been marked as checked by Bruno Danis via the webinterface on 2008-06-11T12:57:51+00:00
          Odontaster validus Koehler, 1906      Comment   Translate Page      
Taxon "Odontaster validus Koehler, 1906" has been marked as checked by Bruno Danis via the webinterface on 2008-06-11T12:57:51+00:00
          Diplasterias brucei (Koehler, 1907)      Comment   Translate Page      
Taxon "Diplasterias brucei (Koehler, 1907)" has been marked as checked by Bruno Danis via the webinterface on 2008-06-11T12:57:51+00:00
          MiHoYo 2019年5月發售: Non-Scaled PVC figure Asteroid series 崩壞3rd Kiana Kaslana 黒羽的夜想曲 4,000Yen      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Could Nearby Asteroids Be Hideouts for Alien Spies?      Comment   Translate Page      
by Eric Mack                   March 26, 2019                   (cnet.com) • The vast majority of asteroids orbit the sun in a wide belt between Jupiter and Mars. Some wander farther into the inner solar system near Earth’s orbit. There’s a rarer type […]
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           Comment on Metal Asteroid Psyche Might Have Had Volcanoes of Molten Iron by CommanderBill       Comment   Translate Page      
Mike, Ceres is a dwarf planet. Some may call it an asteroid. Ceres contains almost a third of the mass of the entire asteroid belt. Dawn is a spacecraft that visited Vesta and Ceres. Vesta is the second largest and most massive of asteroids around 28% of Ceres. Psyche is one of the ten most massive asteroids in the asteroid belt. It is over 200 km (120 mi) in diameter and contains a little less than 1% of the mass of the entire asteroid belt. I am not sure why the author said it was the largest asteroid. The real interest of Psyche is the value of its metals. As Humans expand from Earth metals will be important for construction and industry. In an earlier NASA study of Psyche they estimated the metallic iron, nickel and other metals would be worth $10,000 quadrillion.
           Comment on Metal Asteroid Psyche Might Have Had Volcanoes of Molten Iron by Mike Lorrey       Comment   Translate Page      
Sorry, but Psyche is not the largest asteroid in the solar system. Both Ceres and Dawn are larger in size. Psyche is the most massive, ie it has the most mass i.e. weight, because it is so dense with nickel iron and heavy metals, but it is only 140 miles across, compared to Ceres 600 miles.
          Microsoft Surface and the Future of Home Computing?      Comment   Translate Page      

Originally posted on: http://tostringtheory.com/evjen/archive/2007/05/30/112857.aspx

The big news of the day is that Microsoft's Steve Ballmer introduced Microsoft Surface.

A table computer that allows the end user to interact with the computer through their fingertips! No keyboard - no mouse. First thing you should do is take a look at the movies Microsoft made about this:

http://www.microsoft.com/surface/

The ability to drag and drop items around with your fingers. The ability to place a digital camera on the table surface and automatically pull the images / send them / edit them / etc. A bit off in the future but a wonderful look at where technology might be taking us. Is this a glimpse of the future of home computing? I think so. Will it be a table? - maybe not - or will it be a stand up screen like in the movie Minority Report? Its funny, but the table reminds me of my first days of seeing a "computer gaming machine" which was a pong game at my local Pizza Hut when I was a kid. We would lean on the tabletop computer game and play a ton of those pong/asteroids games. Though - that table got really greasy after awhile.

It is interesting to see where Microsoft is spending their dollars for the future of home computing. There will be a emergence of technologies in the future for the home - but when will that come is anyone's guess. Though, right now, Microsoft is making investments in gaming consoles (and doing a good job at it I might add), Tivo-like machines such as Media Center, this Microsoft Surface and more.

Whatever it will be - there will be a heavy emphasis on networking with devices, dummy terminals in the house, communicating with house members at their jobs, as they travel and more. There will be a heavy emphasis on a massive data store in the home for the huge amount of video, pictures, history that a family will want to digitally collect. I, today, could use a 5TB data store for everything I want to store - but alas - not yet.

Too bad we die and don't live on and on as I love seeing technology evolve and the experience just gets better over time. My kids are the lucky ones that will get to play with all those cool gadgets. Enjoy the moment, eh?

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          Want to go to outer-space for free?      Comment   Translate Page      

Originally posted on: http://tostringtheory.com/evjen/archive/2005/12/07/62480.aspx

Well, not exactly you, but NASA is allowing for us common folk to send our name into outer space aboard the spacecraft Dawn which is heading to the asteroid belt. Your name will be placed on a microchip and sent on the spacecraft! I'm signed up ... are you?

The link:
http://dawn.jpl.nasa.gov/DawnCommunity/
Sendname2asteroid/index_asteroid_blt.aspx

HEY ..  BTW ... the site is built on ASP.NET!


          Éstas son las ofertas de Steam del fin de semana      Comment   Translate Page      
La saga The Witcher a precios irrisorios y buenas ofertas para Rime, Rocket League, los últimos Sniper Elite y The Surge.

Éstas son las ofertas de Steam del fin de semana. Entre ellas podemos encontrar juegos como Rime, Sniper Elite 3 y Sniper Elite 4, The Surge o Rocket League, pero sobre todo destaca la oferta de la saga The Witcher a precios verdaderamente bajos. La primera entrega podemos comprarla por 1,19 euros, la segunda por 2,99 euros y la tercera, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, por 8.99 euros.

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          Efer 404 (2-7-17): Noite Efervescente de asteroides desde Castrelo de Miño      Comment   Translate Page      
V Noite Efervesvente desde o Náutico de Castrelo de Miño dedicada ao Dia Internacional do Asteroide.
          SpaceX will launch NASA’s mission to crash spacecraft into an asteroid      Comment   Translate Page      
SpaceX will launch NASA’s $69 million mission to crash a spacecraft into an ASTEROID in 2021 to test methods that could save Earth from deadly impacts… The groundbreaking mission will be the first demonstrated attempt to deflect an asteroid by purposely crashing an object into it at high speed. After launching from California’s Vandenberg Air […]
          NASA Asks SpaceX to Help It Save Earth From Incoming Asteroids      Comment   Translate Page      
Yay earth saved :DDDDDD. Add another project to the list of collaborations between NASA and SpaceX. Read more
          Maggie O’Farrell: «La gente piensa más en la muerte que en el sexo»      Comment   Translate Page      
Todos la tenemos tan presente en nuestras vidas que, quizás por eso, no reparamos en ella. O no lo suficiente. La muerte, siempre amenazante, acecha en cada esquina. Y con ella se ha topado Maggie O’Farrell (Coleraine, Irlanda del Norte, 1972) un buen puñado de veces. Desde su más tierna infancia, cuando un gesto tan inocente como soltar la mano materna en un paso de cebra pudo ser catastrófico, hasta que se estrenó en los gajes parentales con un susto, que a punto estuvo de ser de muerte, protagonizado por su hija. La autora salió indemne de todos esos encuentros, pero distinta. Y pasado un tiempo, el suficiente, se descubrió escribiendo un libro. Cada historia de las diecisiete que componen «Sigo aquí» (Libros del Asteroide) podríamos protagonizarla cualquiera, y ahí reside la lección. Una lección de vida, escrita desde la muerte. «Fue una experiencia extraña, porque en realidad nunca he querido escribir unas memorias. Fue como un embarazo no previsto», confiesa O’Farrell. Acostumbrada al clima de Edimburgo, ciudad en la que vive, la escritora recibe con euforia los rayos de sol que inundan la Barceloneta, donde los guiris más osados disfrutan, bañador mediante, de las temperaturas primaverales. «No me gusta hablar de mí o a hacer públicas ciertas cosas. Solía bromear con mi marido sobre eso. Inevitablemente, en las novelas hay cosas que extraes de tu vida, pero conservas una máscara para esconderte». Sin embargo, al lidiar con la no ficción el escritor acaba desenmascarado, expuesto, y más al tratarse de un tema tan universal como la muerte. «Me parecía un prisma muy interesante desde el que abordar una vida, porque todos hemos tenido experiencias cercanas a la muerte, en las que nos hemos sentido en peligro o nuestra vida se ha visto amenazada». Todas esas experiencias de algún modo nos cambian y, aunque por fortuna seguimos viviendo, cargamos con las secuelas, algunas físicas y otras –la mayoría– emocionales. Incluso cuando la muerte, en lugar de embestirnos, nos roza. Como la vez que O’Farrell se cruzó, en mitad de ninguna parte, en un idílico paseo por el campo, con un psicópata que terminó asesinando, dos semanas después, a una joven de Nueva Zelanda que estaba viajando de mochilera por Europa con su novio. «Es una historia de horror, de maldad, de lo peor que uno pueda imaginarse. Es una historia que hay que encerrar a cal y canto en algún sitio sin palabras, un sitio oscuro al que nunca vaya nadie», reflexiona en el libro. Pero ella decidió contarlo, escribirlo. Carpe diem «La ficción es creación y las memorias son excavación. Eres como una especie de arqueólogo que busca el material que podría estar ahí, que esperas que esté ahí». Una vez das con ese material tan delicado, cuando te enfrentas a él con sufrimiento, esperas sacar al menos alguna lección. Que la muerte, y nunca mejor dicho, no sea en vano. «Las experiencias cercanas a la muerte nos muestran que la vida es muy frágil y que nuestro tiempo aquí es muy corto. Tienes que agarrarte a lo que valoras profundamente, tienes que vivir la vida lo máximo posible, cogerla con las dos manos cada día, porque puede ser el último». El carpe diem de toda la vida, del que, como de Santa Bárbara y desgraciadamente, sólo nos acordamos cuando truena. Y luego está, claro, cómo cada uno, dentro de las muy variadas culturas que existen, afronta la muerte. La propia y la ajena. O’Farrell, que es atea, reconoce que «es difícil» tener una relación sana con ella. «No sé cómo es en España, pero en Gran Bretaña todo es bastante rápido, muy aséptico». Un sinsentido en el que, además, confluyen todos nuestros miedos. «Es el temor más visceral que existe. No la entendemos. Es difícil comprenderla». Aunque, al final, «todo el mundo encuentra su manera de aceptar la idea de mortalidad». Y probablemente por eso «la gente piensa más en la muerte que en el sexo». O’Farrell cree que «sólo te das cuenta de por qué has escrito un libro cuando lo terminas». «Sigo aquí» fue su intento de controlar lo inasible, aquello que no depende de nosotros. «Al ponerlo en párrafos, piensas que lo has conseguido. Pero, naturalmente, no lo controlas». Y he ahí la lección. [Crítica de «Sigo aquí»: el miedo siempre llega después] William Shakespeare - ABC Hamnet, el hijo de Shakespeare que murió con 11 años No es una errata y tampoco han leído mal. El hijo que William Shakespeare perdió cuando contaba tan solo con once años se llamaba Hamnet. Un nombre sospechosamente parecido al de la obra que, apenas una década después, encumbró al literato a lo más alto. Y en él se ha fijado Maggie O’Farrell para escribir su próxima novela, que espera tener pronto terminada. «La gente suele ignorar a Hamnet en la historia de Shakespeare. ¿Se imagina? Tenía 11 años... La pérdida de su único hijo debió ser un golpe enorme para él. ¿Cómo te recuperas de eso?», reflexiona. Sin dejar de fijarse en él, en su pena, O’Farrell ha querido esta vez darles «a su hijo y su mujer una voz y una presencia propias, porque son invisibles y han sido ignorados».
          RV Intel/Thoughts/News - All Posts for April 13, 2018      Comment   Translate Page      
Below is a list of all of the content posted for Saturday, April 13, 2019. This will be useful for those of you who may have missed something on this date.

This list will also be continuously updated as more posts arrive for this date. So don't forget to check back!

(Note: All posts are rated by the amount of views and not by personal opinion.)

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(Arrangement of Posts: Oldest to Newest | Top to Bottom)

Highlights

<- OFF THE CHARTS ->


Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of April 13, 2019

<- THROUGH THE ROOF ->

N/A

<- EXPLOSIVE HOT ->

"Another Worldwide Trump Train" by Bonni B - 4.13.19

<- ULTRA HOT ->

"It's all about the Bloodlines" by TM - 4.13.19

"Sorry Guys" by dgt - 4.13.19

Trump Train "The Movie" Big Don Plus Trump Tweets

"Magenta Pixie Regarding Brexit: Delay is the Game" by Kat - 4.13.19

"Little News" - MarkZ Q&A Update 4-13-19

"It's about to Go Down" - Philip Tilton Update 4-13-19

<- MEGA HOT ->

"Only Change is here to Stay" by Patricia P. - 4.13.19

"In Response to Brian about dgt" by Open Mind - 4.13.19

Steve Beckow: Everything Works by Vibration (Part 1/2)

"Goodbye to you too, dgt" by Bonni B - 4.13.19

"Re: Open Mind, Brian, and dgt" by Nancy - 4.13.19

"Re: Another Worldwide Trump Train" by DinarDJ - 4.13.19

<- SUPER HOT ->

"Re: Daughter of Terra's Response to dgt" by T.B. - 4.13.19

"Re: Open Mind's Response to dgt" by Brian - 4.13.19

"No Going Back" - Sat. PM KTFA Thoughts, News w/ Frank26, DELTA

<- HOT ->

"Pensamentos" by (Anonymous) - 4.13.19

"Stir It Up" by DinarDJ - 4.13.19

"Next Monday" - Sam Oliver Update 4-13-19

"Zorra Asteroid Destruction" by Marc - 4.13.19

"Part 3/5: Global Real Estate Listing Service (GRELS) Project" by Ron Giles - 4.13.19

"Best Ever Tribute to Donald Trump" by Bonni B - 4.13.19
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Music

"If I Ever Lose My Faith In You" - RV Musical Thought - 4.13.19

"Put A Little Love In Your Heart" - RV Musical Thought - 4.13.19

TNT

"Something this Week" - Sat. PM TNT Thoughts/News

KTFA

Sat. PM KTFA News Articles 4-13-19

"No Going Back" - Sat. PM KTFA Thoughts, News w/ Frank26, DELTA

RV Alert


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Guest Posts

"It's all about the Bloodlines" by TM - 4.13.19

"Re: Daughter of Terra's Response to dgt" by T.B. - 4.13.19

"Re: Open Mind's Response to dgt" by Brian - 4.13.19

"Only Change is here to Stay" by Patricia P. - 4.13.19

"In Response to Brian about dgt" by Open Mind - 4.13.19

"Pensamentos" by (Anonymous) - 4.13.19

"Sorry Guys" by dgt - 4.13.19

"Magenta Pixie Regarding Brexit: Delay is the Game" by Kat - 4.13.19

"Goodbye to you too, dgt" by Bonni B - 4.13.19

"Another Worldwide Trump Train" by Bonni B - 4.13.19

"Re: Open Mind, Brian, and dgt" by Nancy - 4.13.19

"Re: Another Worldwide Trump Train" by DinarDJ - 4.13.19

"Stir It Up" by DinarDJ - 4.13.19

"Response to Open Mind and Nancy" by Brian - 4.13.19

"Zorra Asteroid Destruction" by Marc - 4.13.19

"Part 3/5: Global Real Estate Listing Service (GRELS) Project" by Ron Giles - 4.13.19

"Best Ever Tribute to Donald Trump" by Bonni B - 4.13.19

Videos

Trump Train "The Movie" Big Don Plus Trump Tweets

Jared Rand's Global Meditation Call Replay 4-12-19

News

N/A

Messages

Steve Beckow: Everything Works by Vibration (Part 1/2)

Other

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of April 13, 2019

Zorra Call "The RV/GCR is Releasing!" Today at 12 PM EDT 4-13-19

Willies Truth Call *Note: New Conference Call and Replay Numbers** 4-13-19

"Next Monday" - Sam Oliver Update 4-13-19

"Little News" - MarkZ Q&A Update 4-13-19

"It's about to Go Down" - Philip Tilton Update 4-13-19

Dinarland Highlights for April 13, 2019

Yesterday's Posts

RV Intel/Thoughts/News - All Posts for April 12, 2018
          "Zorra Asteroid Destruction" by Marc - 4.13.19      Comment   Translate Page      
Entry Submitted by Marc at 8:50 PM EDT on April 13, 2019

The Zorra team said for sure this weekend for the R.V. and while we are all still wondering what is really going on, there was a caller on the show (INVOLVED CLAIMED WITH THE RV) who said that the RV delays were mostly because of audits! WOW another excuse whatever ! Anyway anybody with a brain can see that the geopolitical sphere is ready to blow up now with "Q" INFORMATION in panic mode in effect now for the D.S (CABAL)_.! Just a side note now, I am totally disgusted by the Zorra team because of the claims that Zorra took out an asteroid 2 yrs. ago to destroy earth with all this Supernatural Powers but he cannot even give us the RV OR STOP ALL VACCINES ON CHILDREN AND ALL GMO"'S ETC.ETC.!@.! ""
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          2017 HT3 - MPEC 2019-G159      Comment   Translate Page      
Key info includes, small asteroid, H = 22.3, roughly 117m in diameter. Dated 0421 UT, noted at 0500 UTC. - [direct]
          2000 GT127 - MPEC 2019-G158      Comment   Translate Page      
Key info includes, small asteroid, H = 22.2, roughly 123m in diameter. Dated 0407 UT, noted at 0500 UTC. - [direct]
          Un asteroide que viaja a una velocidad de 44.000 km/h podría chocar contra la Tierra este año      Comment   Translate Page      
Son muchas las personas que en base al famoso y enigmático libro de la Biblia, el Apocalipsis, sienten muchísimo temor y desconcierto frente a las señales que alertarían de un posible fin del mundo. Y es que ciertamente, si de algo estamos seguros es de que no somos eternos; y con tanto cambio climático y desórdenes en el Universo, muchos se preguntan: ¿Es que acaso este es el principio del fin? Es algo que definitivamente nunca sabremos a ciencia cierta, pero lo que sí han advertido los científicos recientemente, ha puesto la piel de gallina a miles de personas. Se
          4/13/2019: YOU: TIME STANDS STILL      Comment   Translate Page      

NEW YORK There is always an asteroid, real or imagined, bearing down on Turner Classic Movies. Fears that something might befall the commercial-less bastion of classic Hollywood films aren’t always justified. But there’s an instinctual understanding...
           Comment on Getting past semantics with Adam by Jehu       Comment   Translate Page      
Yes. Certain classes of commodities have gotten cheaper. Also, it appears inflation has fallen generally since the 1970s. For some reason that folks in Washington seem unnerved by this. The prospects of deflation appear to be a as terrifying to them as the path of an oncoming asteroid.
          Skomentuj Scenariusz jak w filmie katastroficznym! NASA i SpaceX polecą razem w kosmos zmienić trajektorię lotu asteroidy, którego autorem jest turandot1987      Comment   Translate Page      
Udar mózgu?
          Skomentuj Scenariusz jak w filmie katastroficznym! NASA i SpaceX polecą razem w kosmos zmienić trajektorię lotu asteroidy, którego autorem jest Chaos Deterministyczny      Comment   Translate Page      
"Misja nie będzie należeć do najtańszych i ma zamknąć się w kwocie około 69 milionów dolarów." To jest tanio, drogie misje to 1 mld USD+.
          NASA Plans to Slam a Spacecraft into an Asteroid      Comment   Translate Page      

Called the Double Asteroid Redirection Test, the first defense mission will be an interesting one seeing that there are so many possible threats on our planet, not just from within it but from without as well. 

In order to preempt any asteroid from hitting earth, NASA has now embarked on creating measures to counter any cataclysmic event like that from happening with this new mission.

The mission, led by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, will be the first to demonstrate the kinetic impactor technique, which involves slamming a spacecraft into an asteroid at high speed to shift it off course.

(Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Wikimedia Commons)


          SpaceX и NASA планируют протаранить астероид      Comment   Translate Page      
В скором времени состоится запуск миссии DART – совместной работы SpaceX и NASA (первая компания выиграла контракт, предложив наименьшую стоимость реализации планов). Космическому аппарату надо будет преодолеть 11 миллионов километров
          NASA lists 10 Things You Should Know About Planetary Defense      Comment   Translate Page      
These three radar images of near-Earth asteroid 2003 SD220 were obtained on Dec. 15-17, by coordinating observations with NASA's 230-foot (70-meter) antenna at the Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex in California and the National Science Foundation's (NSF) 330-foot (100-meter) Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia. (NASA/JPL-Caltech/GSSR/NSF/GBO)

NASA Headquarters  Washington, D.C. – 1. Why Asteroids Impact Earth: Why do asteroids and meteoroids collide with Earth? NASA says these objects orbit the Sun just like the planets, as they have been doing for billions of years, but small effects such as gravitational nudges from the planets can jostle the orbits, making them gradually […]

The post NASA lists 10 Things You Should Know About Planetary Defense appeared first on Clarksville, TN Online.


          NASA将与SpaceX合作执行双行星重定向测试任务_科技_环球网 - 环球网      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. NASA将与SpaceX合作执行双行星重定向测试任务_科技_环球网  环球网
  2. SpaceX 将协助NASA 进行「撞飞」小行星的实验任务  Engadget 中国版
  3. NASA将与SpaceX合作执行双行星重定向测试任务- 科学探索  cnBeta
  4. 在Google 新闻上查看完整报道

          Perché non possiamo passare oltre la morte dei dinosauri      Comment   Translate Page      
dinosauri

Sessantasei milioni di anni fa, un enorme asteroide si schiantò nella penisola messicana dello Yucatan, provocando un’estinzione di massa che uccise tutti i dinosauri tranne gli antenati degli uccelli. La settimana scorsa, i paleontologi hanno sentito le onde d’urto di quell’impatto incresparsi nella loro piccola comunità. In un documento degli Proceedings of the National Academy […]

Leggi l'articolo completo su: Perché non possiamo passare oltre la morte dei dinosauri - Articolo originale di: FocusTECH


          Myth debunked: Dinosaurs today?      Comment   Translate Page      

Some people think that the dinosaur extinction happened due to their failure to adapt to the changing environment. In reality, dinosaurs were diverse for more than 100 million years, with fossils found in North and South America, Asia, Europe, Africa and even Antarctica. Although some argue that this diversity was in decline, fossils show that dinosaurs remained widespread, common and diverse until 66 million years ago, when an asteroid struck the earth in what is now Mexico. Debris from the impact blocked out the sun and plunged the world into darkness. The disappearance of the dinosaurs wasn’t because of a decline in diversity – it was a cosmic accident. If the asteroid had deviated by a fraction of a degree, dinosaurs might still be roaming the planet today. However, they are not completely extinct. The asteroid did wipe out most dinosaurs like the T. rex and Triceratops, but a handful of small, feathered dinosaurs, probably less than a dozen species, survived. They were birds – small, flying cousins of T. rex and Velociraptor and the direct descendants of the carnivorous dinosaurs. And they not only survived but thrived, evolving into some 10,000 species of birds. As more...
          Science updates!      Comment   Translate Page      

It's hard to evade politics, even in a weekend science update. for example when a top Republican factotum declares: “Science is a Democrat thing.” 

Um. They say it proudly! Yes, science, but also every single fact-based profession. Including medicine, law, teaching, journalism and those "deep state" enemies -- the Intel/FBI/military officer corps -- who know that fact and science and climate change are real.


== Long ago at least they had an excuse for ignorance... ==

As we re-examine our distant past...

We’re finding numerous past eras when the male population in a region was winnowed to a narrow gene pool or else replaced by newcomers. One massive swing happened about 12,000 years ago, about the same time that two technologies might have exacerbated male death rates: agricultural kingdoms and the availability of plentiful beer. (This is actually my own theory, based upon traveller reports from Polynesia and other places that told of kings ordering the instant death of offending louts. It would help explain human resistance to addiction, which though terribly imperfect is greater than in most species.)

Now comes evidence that a mass migration of males transformed the genetic make-up of people in Spain during the Bronze Age. It remains unclear whether there was a violent invasion or whether a male-centric social structure played an important role.” Interesting article!  And yet, in my “contrarian gadfly” role, I must point out that while dominance by top king-chief-patriarchs seems the most likely explanation, there IS another way that a Y chromosome winnowing could have occurred. 

Female dominance. There have been a few cases of matriarchy in which women councils exerted strong control over which males were allowed to breed. It is quite conceivable (get it?) for such councils to enforce hypergamy – preference to share those males who meet strict standards, rather than “settle” for average. 

A mild version of this practice was seen among the Cherokee and Iroquois, for example.  Yes, our sad litany of nasty and oppressive patriarchies was far more common. But it’s wrong simply to assume that Y chromosome winnowing happened because of inter-male strife. It might have been female selection, which is actually the great driver of evolution in many non-human species.

== More evidence from the past ==

And the Denisovan story gets even more complicated and strange: our Denisovan cousins may have mated with modern humans as recently as 15,000 years ago.

A fossil discovery in North Dakota is strongly believed to be a fish that was blasted and killed precisely the very day that the Cretaceous ended with the Chicxulub meteorite impact, 66 million years ago, the most incredible (and precise) paleontological discovery of the century, so far. If this story is even 5% true...wow. Just wow.

Meanwhile a new fossil trove in China - the Qingjiang biota - has yielded thousands of Cambrian period specimens, with dozens of new species, yet to be named.

Gabonionta are the earliest multicellular macroscopic organisms discovered so far, vastly older –by almost 4x ! – than previous evidence for complex life. Known only from their fossilized mucous trails in black shale from Gabon. Likely something like colonial amoebae or slime molds, they seem to have appeared almost right after Earth finally got appreciable oxygen in its atmosphere. Good science reporting.

My old Caltech housemate Joe Kirschvink has done it again, proving (with colleagues) that humans have a small but verified sensitivity to magnetic fields. 

== Tech updates ==

Via Peter Diamandis: Researchers at Boston University have mathematically designed a 3D acoustic metamaterial that can block up to 94 percent of noise flowing through it. Most dramatically, however, the 3D-printed structure reflects noise-producing vibrations without impeding the passage of light or airflow itself.

GauGAN, from NVIDIA, may be the “MS Paint for the AI age.” Using a generative adversarial network (GAN) trained on 1 million Flickr images, GauGAN can create photorealistic images from just a few lines drawn by a user. As an example, a user could click on “tree,” draw a line, and GauGAN will create an image of a tree trunk.

And “Google has successfully shrunk its speech algorithm storage demands down to 80MB, rendering its speech recognizer small enough to fit on your smartphone, and work offline.”

A world game-changer would be to wean billions off cattle or other inefficient and eco-damaging meats, either with vegetable substitutes like the (yummy) Beyond Burger or else real-meat by tissue culture. Latest: “Memphis Meats, for example, recently filed a patent describing a method to create real chicken and beef tissue using CRISPR.”

Goodyear unveiled its new concept Aero tire, designed to run on roads and double as a propulsion system for flying vehicles.  Yes, the tires become rotors capable of downward thrust and lift. Yipe. Amazing tech.

Optical interferometry has long promised to help us parse distant planets from their hugely brighter nearby stars. Now a group claims to have done it. But then, a few weeks later, we got that image of a real black hole(!) via a method very similar.

 == short takes ==

Methane is so good at trapping heat that one ton of the gas causes 32 times as much warming as one ton of CO2. And Methane is spiking. The possible sources are worrisome. The GOP blocked Obama efforts to fund more inspectors to prevent venting from oil fields. But Trump savagely cut them further and progress toward an international treaty have foundered. 

Even worse are signs that methane is bubbling forth from permafrost and undersea hydrate ices, threatening the “blurp” cascade that would truly make it all deadly, making Earth an almost literal hell. These people are outright enemies of your children.

Slime molds’ ability to reconfigure their volume while fleeing from spots of light has enabled scientists to use these biological computers to solve complex mathematical  conundrums like the Traveling Salesman Problem.

Our opportunity to save ourselves includes ideas like the “Circular Economy.” Watch the video. Then re-read Earth?

An article on Vox discusses the latest silly-wrongheaded attempt by zealots to shout “messages” into the cosmos without ever doing risk analysis or talking it over with the rest of humanity, or allowing their assumptions to be examined. The saddest part is their dislike of science fiction, since SF explores a wide horizon of possibilities, and their religious fanaticism allows for only one.

Wallace’s bee, the size of your thumb and thought extinct, rediscovered!

Evidence that the huge Deccan Traps volcanic eruptions started just before the Yucatan asteroid impact, and hence may have severely weakened the dinosaurs and other species… but then got even worse after the impact, possibly tightening the noose. “The researchers' dates are also consistent with a major shift in the properties of the erupted rock occurring at the same time as the impact. This supports the idea that the impact's seismic effects reached across the entire planet.”

Wired ran a story on Valentine’s Day about OpenAI, the nonprofit institute founded by Elon Musk and Y Combinator founder Sam Altman, which has apparently designed a system that can learn natural language patterns better than any previous attempt so far after feeding it eight million web pages to train it. What is newsworthy to me about this is what they did next: they stopped to consider the implications.  “It could be that someone who has malicious intent would be able to generate high-quality fake news,” an OAI vice president told Wired.

We are a glorious, scientific civilization. Pictures of black holes! SpaceX triple landings! New disease cures! Meat substitutes! And if the enemies of all this want to make this partisan, then let's go.


          NASA Plans to Slam a Spacecraft into an Asteroid      Comment   Translate Page      

Called the Double Asteroid Redirection Test, the first defense mission will be an interesting one seeing that there are so many possible threats on our planet, not just from within it but from without as well. 

In order to preempt any asteroid from hitting earth, NASA has now embarked on creating measures to counter any cataclysmic event like that from happening with this new mission.

The mission, led by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, will be the first to demonstrate the kinetic impactor technique, which involves slamming a spacecraft into an asteroid at high speed to shift it off course.

(Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Wikimedia Commons)


          No Man's Sky at E3... evil WARE memos ahoy... super MOD'd multi-player      Comment   Translate Page      


Remember that game that was a shambollic miserable dismal failure when it launched in 2016... NO MAN'S SKY... looked shoddy, had less than half the stuff it should have had in it... look at it now, two years later. I mean, "Wow! wow! wow!" Youtube channel LPlaysGaming has loads of these new MOD'd vids of NMS worlds, flora and fauna. And he's a super hyped advocate of the maniacally rainbow NMS experience, a sheer joy to watch.

PS: Love the boolean-geometry exploding asteroids at about the 06:30 mark in the above video ... erm, this failed-in-2016 project is looking like pretty-damn-cool at this year's E3.

PPS: watch this too because, "He was right!"




...and... MULTI-PLAYER.... !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! all coming in July 24-27 depending on your territory.


          Zusammen mit SpaceX: Nasa will Asteroiden umlenken      Comment   Translate Page      
Die US-Raumfahrtbehörde Nasa hat die Durchführung einer spektakulären Asteroiden-Mission mit SpaceX als Partner bekanntgegeben.
          Black Holes Are Awesome. Why Are Their Names Usually So Boring? - Live Science      Comment   Translate Page      
Black Holes Are Awesome. Why Are Their Names Usually So Boring?  Live Science

Black holes aren't usually named like planets, asteroids or comets are.

View full coverage on Google News
          ¿La fecha del final?: el 9 de septiembre chocaría un gigantesco asteroide con la Tierra - TiempoSur Diario Digital      Comment   Translate Page      
¿La fecha del final?: el 9 de septiembre chocaría un gigantesco asteroide con la Tierra  TiempoSur Diario Digital

Un asteroide de 40 metros de diámetro podría chocar contra nuestro planeta el 9 de septiembre a las cinco y tres minutos de la madrugada. El cuerpo rocoso ...


          Skomentuj Scenariusz jak w filmie katastroficznym! NASA i SpaceX polecą razem w kosmos zmienić trajektorię lotu asteroidy, którego autorem jest Morski Morświn      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Star Wars: The Old Republic - Erweiterung "Onslaught" wird im September 2019 erscheinen       Comment   Translate Page      
Im September 2019 wird mit Star Wars: The Old Republic: Onslaught die nächste Erweiterung für das Online-Rollenspiel erscheinen. Onslaught umfasst zwei neue Planeten, einen Flashpoint auf dem vom Krieg gezeichneten Planeten Corellia und eine Operation in den Dschungeln von Dxun. Darüber hinaus werden weitere Fähigkeiten eingebaut, die Kriegsbeute überarbeitet und die Stufengrenze erhöht. Onslaught wird gratis für alle Abonnenten sein.

"Der Krieg zwischen der Galaktischen Republik und dem Sith-Imperium setzt die Galaxis in Brand. Lebensnotwendige Ressourcen schwinden, während Piraterie und Verbrechen dramatisch zunehmen. Inmitten des Chaos erhält der Allianzkommandant die Chance, einer der beiden Gruppierungen einen Vorteil zu verschaffen und durch den Einsatz seiner Elite-Truppen das Schicksal der Galaxis zu entscheiden. Das Sith-Imperium bereitet einen entscheidenden Angriff auf eine vor kurzem errichtete republikanische Werft auf Corellia vor. Mitglieder des Rats der Sith sehen den Sieg am Horizont und beginnen in Erwartung reicher Beute damit, Pläne gegeneinander zu schmieden. Währenddessen liefern sich republikanische Streitkräfte ein Rennen gegen die Zeit, um aus allen Ecken der Galaxis rechtzeitig Verstärkung zu schicken und Corellia vor den Sith zu retten."

Features (laut Hersteller)
  • "Ein Klassiker aus der Alten Republik: Die Suche nach Verbündeten führt nach Onderon, einem Planeten mit ungezähmten Dschungeln und wilden Bestien. Über Jahrhunderte hinweg war Onderon ein treues Mitglied der Republik - doch wird der erst kürzlich gekrönte König des Planeten das alte Bündnis ehren?
  • Galaxis am Scheideweg: Reist nach Mek-Sha, einer unabhängigen Treibstoffstation und Industriestadt in den Hohlräumen eines ausgebeuteten Asteroiden, der einst von den Hutten kontrolliert wurde. Dieses gesetzlose Versteck für Schmuggler, Piraten, Söldner, Händler und Flüchtlinge ist zum Scheideweg für die gesamte Galaxis geworden - ein Ort, wo Chancen und Gefahren gleichermaßen zu finden sind.
  • Rückkehr nach Corellia: Im dramatischen Finale der Erweiterungsstory erlebt ihr ein Corellia, wie ihr es noch nie gesehen habt! Dieser neue Flashpoint führt Spieler in ein neues Gebiet für Einzelspieler und Gruppen auf dem klassischen SWTOR-Planeten Corellia.
  • Spielt mit Freunden: Auf Dxun, Onderons größtem Mond, wimmelt es von wilden Dschungeltieren - was die Aufmerksamkeit der skrupellosen Czerka Corporation sowie einer Gruppe fanatischer, trandoshanischer Jäger erregt hat. Die Operation ist bei der Veröffentlichung verfügbar, also trommelt eure Freunde zusammen und macht euch bereit für eine der größten Herausforderungen der Galaxis!"

Die Überarbeitung der Kriegsbeute wird folgendermaßen beschrieben: "Unsere Philosophie für diese Erweiterung lautet: spielt wie ihr wollt. Gegenstände waren schon immer ein wichtiger Bestandteil der Identität eures Charakters, aber zum ersten Mal bieten wir euch wahren Tiefgang und noch mehr Auswahlmöglichkeiten mit aufregenden neuen Gegenständen, bei denen ihr selbst entscheidet, wie ihr in der kommenden Schlacht spielt. Diesen Tiefgang erzeugen wir u. a. durch eine völlig neue Art von Ausrüstungsslot – taktische Gegenstände. Diese Gegenstände wirken sich direkt auf eure Fähigkeiten und euren Spielstil aus. Die Spieler können diese neuen Gegenstände für zahlreiche neue Setbonusse kombinieren, darunter auch unspezifische Sets, die jeder verwenden kann. Ihr könnt diese Gegenstands-Sets auf vielfältige Weise bekommen. Beschafft euch eure Ausrüstung unabhängig von eurer Spielweise, egal ob PvE, PvP, Galaktisches Kommando oder Handwerk. Neue Set-Gegenstände, taktische Gegenstände und mehr öffnen einen Weg zu grenzenlosem Tiefgang, damit ihr euren Charakter so spielen könnt, wie ihr möchtet!"

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          Black Holes Are Awesome. Why Are Their Names Usually So Boring?      Comment   Translate Page      
Black holes aren't usually named like planets, asteroids or comets are.
          Astrid the Asteroid       Comment   Translate Page      
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All Astrid Santos could think of is Hockey. It was her life as she knew it. Her cousin Luis Mendoza gets recruited too but doesn't know Astrid plays hockey and least that she's in a hockey team. Gets recruited and has a chance to play in the Juni...
          Sheepteroids      Comment   Translate Page      
An updated version on the classic Asteroids game Theyre not asteroids anymore theyre sheep
          Asteroids Duel      Comment   Translate Page      
Fly around and attacke your opponent Shoot and upgrade weapons speed and movement
          Japan just bombed an asteroid in our solar system, for science      Comment   Translate Page      
  Japan’s space agency said it successfully dropped a small bomb on an asteroid on Friday as part of its mission to better understand the history of the Solar System. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) said its Hayabusa2 spacecraft detonated the copper explosive, also known as the Small Carry-on Inspector (SCI), on the Ryugu […]
          Comentário sobre Localize Cáriclo no seu mapa de nascimento por José A. Baptista      Comment   Translate Page      
Ainda está em tempo. No comentário acima esqueci de revelar que o software astrológico “Janus” conta com uma lista de mais de 80 asteroides, inclusive, o asteroide Cáriclo está nesta lista e tem símbolo, com isso, evitamos fazer os cálculos manualmente. Hoje, 14/03/19/11h.30m. Cáriclo está à 24 graus e 25 minutos (294º 25’) de Capricórnio.
          Comentário sobre Localize Cáriclo no seu mapa de nascimento por José A. Baptista      Comment   Translate Page      
Cheguei tarde para conferir essa matéria, mas antes tarde do que nunca. Não concordo com a ideia de incluir asteroides no mapa astral, devido serem corpos celestes vagantes e sem vida. Quando digo sem vida por nunca terem algum tipo de vida inteligente ao nível – menor ou maior – que dos humanos, vejamos: Os planetas – aqui, para efeito prático inclui-se na lista a Lua e o Sol – mais alguns elementos astrológicos que mais influem diretamente nos seres humanos e na vida deles, astrologicamente falando, e que os astrônomos, céticos e ignorantes no assunto astrologia debocham, são a Lua, Mercúrio, Vênus, Marte, Júpiter, Saturno, Urano, Netuno e Plutão, mais a Lilith, Nodo Norte, Roda da Fortuna e Vertex. A Terra e nós temos elementos químicos de todos esses planetas, por tanto, de alguma forma nós somos afetados – direta ou indiretamente – por eles, inclusive, todos esses planetas podem ter, há bilhões de anos, o alguma forma de vida. Isso não ocorre com os asteroides. E incluir asteroides no mapa astral é fantasiar e aumentar a confusão mental de milhões de pessoas, principalmente aqui no Brasil, que se dizem astrólogos(as) só porque o seu computador, o seu notebook ou o seu celular traça o mapa astral delas. Ao longo de anos estudei asteroides como Pholus, Ceres, Palas, Juno, Vesta, Sedna e foi perda de tempo. Inclusive, muitos ótimos astrólogos – os tradicionais 100% – não utilizam nem mesmo os planetas transaturninos: Urano, Netuno e Plutão. Para esses astrólogos nem em sonho eles utilizam os asteroides nos respectivos mapas astrais traçados por eles. Vi e estou vendo ótimo resultado com o elemento Vertex, o Ascendente que revela as características ocultas do signo onde ele está posicionado. Fui concebido no período de Gêmeos, Gêmeos rege duas vezes minha casa 4, e é graças ao Vertex em Gêmeos (positivo com Mercúrio, Júpiter, Saturno e Plutão) que tudo me flui – principalmente quando se trata de escrever e conversar – super facilmente quando estou em minha casa. Sempre me senti como se fosse geminiano e não pisciano – com exceção das emoções, essas sim, são de um autêntico pisciano, no Solar e no Ascendente. É sempre assim, penso em escrever quatro ou cinco linhas apenas, mas o meu Vertex me faz extrapolar nos textos. E desses comentários acabo criando matérias para o meu blog, ainda bem que o site da Constelar não limita os comentários em apenas algumas linhas. Aliás, se ainda não tem cai bem uma matéria aqui no site sobre o enigmático Vertex.
          Космический удар: NASA выбрало SpaceX для реализации миссии по столкновению космического корабля с астероидом      Comment   Translate Page      

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О намерении NASA опробовать метод ударного воздействия на астероид с целью изменения его траектории мы писали в феврале. Тогда было известно, что миссия под ...  

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          Star Wars: The Old Republic - Erweiterung "Onslaught" wird im September 2019 erscheinen       Comment   Translate Page      
Im September 2019 wird mit Star Wars: The Old Republic: Onslaught die nächste Erweiterung für das Online-Rollenspiel erscheinen. Onslaught umfasst zwei neue Planeten, einen Flashpoint auf dem vom Krieg gezeichneten Planeten Corellia und eine Operation in den Dschungeln von Dxun. Darüber hinaus werden weitere Fähigkeiten eingebaut, die Kriegsbeute überarbeitet und die Stufengrenze erhöht. Onslaught wird gratis für alle Abonnenten sein.

"Der Krieg zwischen der Galaktischen Republik und dem Sith-Imperium setzt die Galaxis in Brand. Lebensnotwendige Ressourcen schwinden, während Piraterie und Verbrechen dramatisch zunehmen. Inmitten des Chaos erhält der Allianzkommandant die Chance, einer der beiden Gruppierungen einen Vorteil zu verschaffen und durch den Einsatz seiner Elite-Truppen das Schicksal der Galaxis zu entscheiden. Das Sith-Imperium bereitet einen entscheidenden Angriff auf eine vor kurzem errichtete republikanische Werft auf Corellia vor. Mitglieder des Rats der Sith sehen den Sieg am Horizont und beginnen in Erwartung reicher Beute damit, Pläne gegeneinander zu schmieden. Währenddessen liefern sich republikanische Streitkräfte ein Rennen gegen die Zeit, um aus allen Ecken der Galaxis rechtzeitig Verstärkung zu schicken und Corellia vor den Sith zu retten."

Features (laut Hersteller)
  • "Ein Klassiker aus der Alten Republik: Die Suche nach Verbündeten führt nach Onderon, einem Planeten mit ungezähmten Dschungeln und wilden Bestien. Über Jahrhunderte hinweg war Onderon ein treues Mitglied der Republik - doch wird der erst kürzlich gekrönte König des Planeten das alte Bündnis ehren?
  • Galaxis am Scheideweg: Reist nach Mek-Sha, einer unabhängigen Treibstoffstation und Industriestadt in den Hohlräumen eines ausgebeuteten Asteroiden, der einst von den Hutten kontrolliert wurde. Dieses gesetzlose Versteck für Schmuggler, Piraten, Söldner, Händler und Flüchtlinge ist zum Scheideweg für die gesamte Galaxis geworden - ein Ort, wo Chancen und Gefahren gleichermaßen zu finden sind.
  • Rückkehr nach Corellia: Im dramatischen Finale der Erweiterungsstory erlebt ihr ein Corellia, wie ihr es noch nie gesehen habt! Dieser neue Flashpoint führt Spieler in ein neues Gebiet für Einzelspieler und Gruppen auf dem klassischen SWTOR-Planeten Corellia.
  • Spielt mit Freunden: Auf Dxun, Onderons größtem Mond, wimmelt es von wilden Dschungeltieren - was die Aufmerksamkeit der skrupellosen Czerka Corporation sowie einer Gruppe fanatischer, trandoshanischer Jäger erregt hat. Die Operation ist bei der Veröffentlichung verfügbar, also trommelt eure Freunde zusammen und macht euch bereit für eine der größten Herausforderungen der Galaxis!"

Die Überarbeitung der Kriegsbeute wird folgendermaßen beschrieben: "Unsere Philosophie für diese Erweiterung lautet: spielt wie ihr wollt. Gegenstände waren schon immer ein wichtiger Bestandteil der Identität eures Charakters, aber zum ersten Mal bieten wir euch wahren Tiefgang und noch mehr Auswahlmöglichkeiten mit aufregenden neuen Gegenständen, bei denen ihr selbst entscheidet, wie ihr in der kommenden Schlacht spielt. Diesen Tiefgang erzeugen wir u. a. durch eine völlig neue Art von Ausrüstungsslot – taktische Gegenstände. Diese Gegenstände wirken sich direkt auf eure Fähigkeiten und euren Spielstil aus. Die Spieler können diese neuen Gegenstände für zahlreiche neue Setbonusse kombinieren, darunter auch unspezifische Sets, die jeder verwenden kann. Ihr könnt diese Gegenstands-Sets auf vielfältige Weise bekommen. Beschafft euch eure Ausrüstung unabhängig von eurer Spielweise, egal ob PvE, PvP, Galaktisches Kommando oder Handwerk. Neue Set-Gegenstände, taktische Gegenstände und mehr öffnen einen Weg zu grenzenlosem Tiefgang, damit ihr euren Charakter so spielen könnt, wie ihr möchtet!"

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          LM #442 - Look Up At The Sky Day      Comment   Translate Page      
Hello, hello! Welcome back to Lasting Memories! We are so happy that you have stopped by today. We hope you are having a good weekend and that you are ready for a new challenge.

April's theme is - Holiday insights for interesting prompts and this week our interesting holiday is - Look Up At The Sky Day!

Look up at the Sky Day is a fun day to check out what's up there. 'Ya never know what might be up there. An asteroid or meteor may be on its way. A solar eclipse could be on display. A flock of geese or birds may be overhead (you may need to duck for cover!). or, the clouds may be forming into interesting characters and patterns. Take a few minutes out from your busy day to look up at the sky today. If nothing else, the break from the routine will be relaxing.

LM #442 - Create a layout about what you see looking up at the sky

Here are the beautiful creations from the design team, starting with our guest designer, Mindy:

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I created this page of us "flying" on a beautiful day in the mountains. The sky was too amazing to not try to be a part of it!

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Now it's your turn - link up your layouts below by Saturday, April 27th for a chance to be our guest designer and for a chance to win this:


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          Rochas terrestres podem dar pistas sobre o movimento de outros planetas      Comment   Translate Page      
Pintura de Paul Olsen de uma visão imaginária da Terra vista do espaço, ao leste de Nova York à noite, com os principais planetas usados no Geological Orrery. De baixo para cima: Júpiter, Marte (avermelhado), Vênus e a Lua (Foto: Paul Olsen)

 

Estudando minerais magnéticos embutidos em rochas antigas da Terra, geólogos descobriram que o campo magnético do planeta reverte seus pólos (pontos extremos) a cerca de uma vez a cada 250 mil anos, em média. Segundo Paul Olsen, paleontólogo da Universidade de Columbia, nos Estados Unidos, elas podem dar pistas sobre a história da Terra, do Sistema Solar e da Via Láctea. 

Em uma pesquisa publicada na revista Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Olsen e seus colegas argumentam que os ciclos astronômicos dos planetas podem ser medidos pelas camadas de rochas terrestres. Isso porque núcleos cilíndricos de rochas extraídos do solo antigo contariam com traços da influência da gravidade de outros planetas, permitindo que os cientistas possam inferir as posições históricas deles há centenas de milhões de anos. 

"É um novo mundo de dados empíricos que permite testes de teorias do Sistema Solar em larga escala", disse Olsen. Seu modelo de trabalho, nomeado Geological Orrery, foi usado para revelar ciclos orbitais que nunca haviam sido medidos antes. De acordo com ele, este método poderia tester a teoria da relatividade de Albert Einstein e até mesmo as influências gravitacionais da matéria escura na Via Láctea. 

"Este trabalho é uma tentativa de resolver um problema muito difícil e desconcertante para os astrônomos e geólogos que estão interessados ​​na história do Sistema Solar, e como isso afetou o sistema da Terra", afirmou Spencer Lucas, paleontólogo no Museu de História Natural e Ciência do Novo México, que não esteve envolvido no estudo. “Esses ciclos astronômicos evoluíram em centenas de milhões de anos, e há uma certa quantidade de caos nessa evolução. Sempre foi um grande desafio tentar entender o que aconteceu com esses ciclos.”

Forma da Terra
As camadas da crosta terrestre representam registros de climas passados que foram influenciados pelos ciclos de Milankovitch – o resultado das interações gravitacionais da Terra com outros planetas que influenciam a trajetória do planeta terrestre ao redor do Sol. 

Mudanças na órbita da Terra afetam o clima do planeta e, como Olsen argumentou pela primeira vez em um artigo de 1986 publicado na revista na Science, um registro de climas passados ​​poderia, portanto, ser usado para determinar as posições e movimentos de outros planetas.

Muita calma nessa hora
Usando leis da mecânica orbital, os cientistas podem criar modelos matemáticos para estudar a história do universo. Tais métodos, no entanto, são confiáveis ​​até certo ponto, ponderou Olsen.

Nenhuma equação matemática simples descreve os movimentos de mais de dois corpos móveis no espaço com um alto grau de certeza. Com oito planetas, o Sol, e milhões de corpos menores no Sistema Solar, os astrônomos não podem desenvolver soluções analíticas para descrever os movimentos exatos dos planetas no passado.

Em vez disso, os pesquisadores calculam as antigas órbitas dos planetas por vez. De acordo com Jacques Laskar, diretor de pesquisa do Observatório de Paris e co-autor do novo artigo, os erros se acumulam a cada intervalo de tempo de tal forma que as previsões se tornam essencialmente inúteis para além de 60 milhões de anos.

Os primeiros modelos computacionais de Laskar forneceram evidências de que os planetas internos – Mercúrio, Vênus, Terra e Marte – podem se comportar de maneira caótica. Em outras palavras, as posições deles poderiam ser determinadas pelas condições iniciais, tornando-as quase impossíveis de prever baseadas apenas nas posições e direções vistas hoje. “Registros das mudanças climáticas são a chave para descobrir o que o Sistema Solar está realmente fazendo”, comentou Olsen. 

Núcleo rochoso dos sedimentos do lago extraídos da Bacia de Newark, no centro de Nova Jersey, abrangendo cerca de 40 mil anos (Foto: Paul Olsen)

 

Eterna companhia
Demonstrar a viabilidade do Geological Orrery tem sido um trabalho de longo prazo. No artigo de 1986, Olsen analisou núcleos cilíndricos do Newark Group – conjunto de rochas formado há cerca de 200 a 227 milhões de anos – no centro de Nova Jersey, nos EUA. 

O local contém registros da ascensão e queda de lagos que estão em sincronia com a magnitude das chuvas de monção tropical, que flutuam de acordo com quantidades variáveis ​​de luz solar determinadas pela órbita da Terra e eixo de rotação.

“O que vemos nos núcleos são manifestações físicas da mudança da profundidade da água”, declarou o paleontólogo. "Quando o lago estava no seu ponto mais profundo, talvez com mais de 100 metros de profundidade, foram depositadas lamas pretas laminadas e, quando era muito raso e até seco, foram estabelecidas lamas vermelhas com fissuras de dessecação."

Olsen usou a Análise de Fourier – método para representar formas de onda complexas em componentes senoidais (curva matemática) mais simples – para mostrar que as mudanças cíclicas no clima da Terra presas em rochas coincidem com os ciclos de mecânica celeste de Milankovitch.

Os resultados, contudo, apontaram para algo estranho. "Um dos ciclos não estava ligado diretamente a qualquer coisa conhecida na época em ciclos orbitais", falou Olsen. "Foi há cerca de dois milhões de anos e eu não sabia o que era."

Comparando locais
Na década de 1990, Olsen recebeu uma concessão da Fundação Nacional da Ciência (NSF) dos EUA para desenterrar e analisar quase 68 mil metros pés de núcleos cilindrícos contínuos de sete locais do Newark Group. Ele seus colegas descobriram que o misterioso ciclo era um ciclo orbital de longo período causado pelas interações entre Marte e a Terra.

A descoberta "fornece a primeira evidência geológica do comportamento caótico dos planetas interiores", escreveram Olsen e Dennis Kent, professor de geologia na Universidade Rutgers e co-autor da nova pesquisa, em artigo de 1999 publicado na Royal Society.

Para explorar ainda mais os ciclos nos registro rochosos, os pesquisadores lançaram o projeto "Colorado Plateau Coring Project", em 2013, com outra concessão da NSF. Eles perfuraram um núcleo de rochas de mais de 190 metros de comprimento na Formação Chinle, que fica no Parque Nacional da Floresta Petrificada, nos EUA. 

A Formação Chinle contém camadas de cinzas vulcânicas com minerais de zircão (mineral) que podem ser datados de forma radiométrica. 

Comparadondo dados das reversões do campo magnético terrestre das amostras de Chinle e Newark, os cientistas puderam inferir as datas exatas dos ciclos climáticos causados ​​pela gravidade de outros planetas. Aanálise revelou um ciclo de 405 mil anos de mecânica celestial causado por Júpiter e Vênus, que existe há 200 milhões de anos, exatamente como é hoje.

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Newark Group
Neste artigo mais recente, Olsen e sua equipe adicionaram medições usando uma escala de cores estratigráfica para estudar os núcleos. Eles também usaram medições geofísicas (radioatividade natural, densidade de rocha e velocidade sônica), e escanearam os núcleos em busca de dados de fluorescência de raios X – com a intenção de analisar todos os ciclos astronômicos visíveis na formação de Newark. Independentemente de quais medidas foram usadas, as mesmas influências planetárias foram identificadas no grupo rochoso. 

Embora o Geological Orrery tenha implicações de pesquisa de longo alcance, a ideia de Olsen foi recebida com ceticismo. Seus modelos tentam explicar um número extraordinário de fatores, a fim de vincular o registro de rochas à influência de outros planetas no clima da Terra. 

Divergências
O pesquisador Spencer Lucas chama o projeto de “um castelo de cartas muito complexo que não está apoiado em uma base científica sólida”. Segundo ele, há lacunas na formação de Newark, por isso não é uma cronologia completa do período de 25 milhões de anos que Olsen estipulou.

Olsen e Kent, no entanto, usaram urânio-chumbo em outro estudo e descobriram que o registro geológico na sequência de Newark está completo para o intervalo de tempo relevante.

O registro Chinle também está incompleto, disse Lucas, porque foi depositado por rios e as taxas de sedimentação são “imensamente diferentes” entre duas seções, o que torna difícil usar o Chinle para calibrar de forma confiável as datas nas rochas de Newark.

De acordo com o portal Smithsionan, até Charles Darwin lamentou a incompletude do registro geológico, e os geólogos aceitam que o registro contém lacunas, ou no jargão científico, “inconformidades”. A questão é quanta informação pode ser extraída com segurança de um registro geológico imperfeito.

"Muitos geólogos começam do ponto de vista que é preciso ver tudo antes de entender qualquer coisa", afirmou Olsen. “Meu modus operandi é empurrar o que é útil no registro de rocha e no registro paleontológico, até onde é possível tirar coisas da história que você não pode obter de outra maneira.”

Convergências
"Esses dados nos quais Paul Olsen trabalha há muitos anos são alguns dos melhores já coletados", disse Linda Hinnov, geóloga da Universidade George Mason, na Virgínia, que não esteve envolvida no estudo. Para ela, o próximo desafio é preencher a lacuna entre 50 e 200 milhões de anos atrás.

Atualmente, os registros geológicos e modelos astronômicos foram combinados de 0 a cerca de 50 milhões de anos atrás, bem como entre 200 e 225 milhões de anos atrás. Para ampliar o Geological Orrery, a lacuna entre esses dois períodos "tem que ser preenchida com dados que são pelo menos tão bons quanto os apresentados aqui", comentou Hinnov.

Embora Lucas seja cético em relação a algumas das descobertas, ele concorda que este tipo de trabalho – conectando o registro rochoso aos corpos celestes no céu – vai se tornar crítico para resolver um dos maiores problemas científicos atuais: o que controla o clima da Terra.

"Não entendemos o suficiente sobre a relação entre esses ciclos astronômicos, climas passados ​​e como os ciclos mudaram com o tempo", ele declarou. "Qualquer coisa que contribua para a compreensão do sistema climático da Terra tem o potencial de nos ajudar a entender melhor o clima futuro."

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A Nasa anunciou em comunicado que pretende trabalhar com a empresa privada SpaceX em uma operação projetada para testar suas capacidades de desviar um asteroide.

Em seu comunicado, a Nasa disse que a SpaceX foi escolhida entre vários parceiros em potencial pela agência espacial para trabalhar na missão do Teste de Redirecionamento de Asteroides Duplos (DART). Eles explicam que esta será a primeira missão a tentar desviar um asteroide viajando na direção de uma espaçonave em alta velocidade usando uma técnica conhecida como o impactor cinético. Estima-se que o projeto custará aproximadamente US $ 69 milhões ao todo.
A missão do DART está prevista para ocorrer em junho de 2021 e envolverá um foguete Falcon 9 projetado pela SpaceX. Após o lançamento, o foguete utilizará a propulsão elétrica solar para guiá-lo em direção à pequena lua do asteroide Didymos e, então, tentará mudar sua direção. Quando o foguete atingir o alvo em outubro de 2022, o asteroide estará a aproximadamente 11 milhões de quilômetros da Terra.
O aperfeiçoamento das técnicas de deflexão de asteroides é considerado de vital importância, já que a NASA procura mais longe por suas missões espaciais. A incapacidade da espaçonave de desviar asteroides poderia causar problemas significativos para missões viajando nas proximidades de Marte, que fica muito mais perto do cinturão de asteroides do que o planeta Terra.

A deflexão de asteroides também é considerada importante para proteger o planeta como um todo. Nas últimas décadas, houve poucos impactos de meteoros na Terra, mas eles ainda podem causar perdas devastadoras à vida e à propriedade. Também é considerado importante que os humanos desenvolvam uma técnica para desviar o tipo de impacto de asteroides que precipitou o evento de extinção que encerrou a era dos dinossauros.

A SpaceX trabalhou em conjunto com a NASA em várias ocasiões antes, a empresa privada, que é dirigida pelo polêmico CEO Elon Musk, tem um registro manchado. Só o tempo dirá se esta operação será executada sem problemas.
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О намерении NASA опробовать метод ударного воздействия на астероид с целью изменения его траектории мы писали в феврале.

Тогда было известно, что миссия под названием DART (Double Asteroid Redirect Test) намечена на ближайшие годы. В рамках миссии NASA планирует на высокой скорости столкнуть космический аппарат с небольшим астероидом Didymoon, который является спутником более крупного астероида Didymos.

Теперь же стало известно, что себе в помощь для реализации этой миссии NASA выбрало SpaceX. В июне 2021 года ракета Falcon 9 выведет на орбиту аппарат DART, откуда он и отправится к астероиду.

На момент столкновения последний будет находиться примерно в 11 млн км от Земли. Учёные заверяют, что при любом итоге столкновения астероид не будет угрожать нашей планете.

Само столкновение произойдёт в октябре 2022 года. Ожидается, что общая стоимость миссии, включая запуск, составит 69 млн долларов.

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          10 SCARY THINGS ABOUT SPACE      Comment   Translate Page      

10 Scary Things About Space
By Christopher Warner,
Toptenz, 14 April 2019.

Since the dawn of man (and woman), humankind has gazed longingly at the flickering stars high above in search of meaning, guidance, and inspiration. A gradual progression in science and technology has taught us much about our faraway skies - namely, that it’s cold, dark, and tantalizingly mysterious up there. It’s also scarier than Hell.

Nonetheless, it’s hard not to daydream about the outer limits or simply laugh at Captain Kirk and that space lizard in the worst fight scene ever filmed. Although many elements of the final frontier remain elusive, recent discoveries have revealed an array of terrifying threats that will keep even the bravest star warriors hiding under the covers with the lights on at night.

10. Meteor Showers


Imagine cruising along in your Honda or Chevy GUV (Galactic Utility Vehicle) blasting sound waves on the ol’ satellite when suddenly out of nowhere - BLAMMO - you’re blindsided by a huge boulder. Not only is your insurance rate going to skyrocket, but the nearest space side assistance is billions of miles away. Bummer.

Although this scenario may seem like a sci-fi nightmare, a similar occurrence actually occurred on planet earth in 2013 after a meteorite exploded over the Ural mountains in Russia. By the time the dust settled, over 400 people had been injured, underscoring the disturbing reality that cascading debris can strike without warning.

Fortunately, most large falling objects burn up while traveling through the earth’s atmosphere. Space travelers in the future, however, will have to dodge a spate of other potential hazards, including meteors, comets, and asteroids.

9. Black Holes


Q: What traps light, warps time, and operates on a colossal scale but yet can’t be seen? A: Black Holes. True to its enigmatic label, black holes have been mythically confounding ever since Albert Einstein first introduced the notion with his general theory of relativity in 1916.

Recently, astronomers took the first image ever of a black hole via the Event Horizon Telescope, a network of eight linked telescopes around the world. Although many questions still remain unanswered, black holes are characterized by the way they affect nearby debris, stars, and galaxies - and typically form out of the death of a large star called a supernova (more on that that later). Unlike a planet or star, a black hole doesn’t have a surface but rather occupies a region where matter has collapsed on itself. The amount of concentrated mass is such that nothing can escape its gravitational pull - not even light - and certainly not an astronaut who makes a disastrous wrong turn while lost in space.

Black holes exist in many different sizes, and similar to tornadoes, they tend to move around at high speeds, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. Even a small one in our Solar System would be catastrophic, tossing planets out of orbit and ripping the sun to shreds. Although intrepid explorers will be tempted to visit these dark voids, nothing so far has ever survived a trip to a black hole.

8. Solar Flares


Our sun is a glorious, awe-inspiring star that provides warmth, light and the necessary temperature for precious life to exist. It’s also steadily expanding - and will someday completely destroy earth, torching our beloved planet like a marshmallow that’s been left too long around a campfire. Fortunately, that won’t happen for billions of years, but in the meantime, solar flares are capable of inflicting tremendous damage with little or no warning.

A solar flare is a violent eruption that occurs when stored energy on the sun is suddenly released. This produces another one of those ridiculous hotter-than-Hell numbers, releasing a flash of radiation across the electromagnetic spectrum.

Scientists classify solar flares according to their brightness and in relation to x-ray wavelengths. The largest of categories, X-class flares, are large, disruptive events that can severely damage satellites, wipe out power grids, and basically relegate all “smart” technology to stupid pieces of crap.

7. Eridanus Supervoid


First of all, stop your juvenile snickering. No, this isn’t slang for an epic bowel movement or anything of the sordid kind. The Eridanus Supervoid is believed to be a massive empty section located in the Eridanus Constellation just south of Orion. However, what makes this discovery so intriguing is that it’s not only the largest structure ever observed in the Universe, but it’s missing about 10,000 galaxies - or around 20 percent less matter than other regions. As a result, the oddity could possibly contain an “alternative reality” within this ominous patch of sky.

In 2004, cosmologists at University of Hawaii observed a span stretching 1.8 billion light-years across and located about 3 billion light-years away (1 light year = 5.88 trillion miles). They identified a large Cold Spot on the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB), a map of the radiation left over from the Big Bang, providing a critical tool to study the origin and development of the Universe at cosmic timescales.

The startling revelation presented a perplexing conundrum: the enormity of the cold spot doesn’t align with our current understanding of how the Universe evolved. While it’s not uncommon to find a few small warm and cold patches on the CMB, cold patches of this magnitude are a head-scratching anomaly. According to one report, it’s “too big to exist.”

6. Fermi’s Paradox


In 1942, an Italian-American physicist named Enrico Fermi led an all-star team of scientists to build the world’s first nuclear reactor. This monumental effort was part of the Manhattan Project, a top-secret U.S. government operation that produced the atomic bomb. Afterward, Fermi shifted his attention and extraordinary acumen on solving another complex subject: why haven’t we detected any other alien civilization despite the billions upon billions of other Earth-type planets that most likely exist?

The theory, which came to be known as “Fermi’s Paradox,” posits how the high probability of extraterrestrial life is contradictory to the lack of fact-based, demonstrable evidence supporting it. Naturally, this school of thought discounts the myriad of claims made by people who have allegedly witnessed UFOs or experienced alien encounters - not to mention phenomenons such as Crop Circles and Cargo Cult Theory.

While it’s tough to argue with a genius of Fermi’s stature (especially with our own limited, reptilian brains), we’re left wondering if it’s more frightening that we’re all alone or that hostile life forms are waiting to devour us like a Great White Shark munching seal snacks. Either way, it’s best to keep that aforementioned light on at night.

5. HyperNova


Many subjects dealing with the cosmos involve an impossible-to-fathom number. A hypernova is one of them. In this instance, the astronomical figure relates to the excessive amount of heat and energy generated from an explosion. But first, let’s review what is known about these fascinating wonders.

Novas are relatively small eruptions that occur in double star systems. When a white dwarf’s gravity pulls material away from a companion star, gas piles up and eventually becomes dense enough to ignite in a spark of nuclear fusion. Next, the Supernova, usually marks the death of a large star and the formation of a neutron star. The heat of a supernova can reach 120 million degrees - a temperature five times that of a nuclear blast.

Finally, a hypernova is an ultra-energetic supernova marking the birth of black holes and the release of intense gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), the most energetic form of light. As the mightiest of the Nova family, hypernovae are 5 to 50 times more energetic than a supernova. Additionally, for sake of completion, “Champagne Supernova“ is a song by the mega pop band Oasis, featuring lyrics of which scientists have yet to decipher the meaning…

4. We’re really, really, really small…


Although mother earth appears to be a gigantic sphere of bottomless oceans and endless roads, we’re relatively puny compared to other planets. How small? In terms of relative scale, Jupiter is 2.5 times larger than all the rest of the planets in the Solar System combined. But if you really want to feel minuscule, look no further than our sun - that big fiery 10,000-degree inferno 93 million miles away.

The Sun’s diameter is 109 times bigger than the rock we call home and is so large that 1,300,000 planet Earths could fit inside of it. While the luminous ball appears to be the largest star in the sky, that’s only because it’s the closest. The #1 star in the universe is the gargantuan UY Scuti, a Red Supergiant with a radius around 1,700 times larger than our sun.

But don’t despair, Earthlings. At least now you know how a ladybug feels, clinging to a thin blade of grass.

3. Rogue Planets


These wandering vagabonds (also known as nomad planets, unbound planets, orphan planets, starless planets, etc.) are objects with enough mass to qualify as planets but orbit a galactic center directly. The Universe, despite its vast expanse, consists of a jam-packed arena of activity that often resembles a well-choreographed dance. But a rogue planet disrupts this flow, stumbling recklessly to the beat of its own rhythmless hum while bumping into other cosmic bodies like a drunken ballerina.

Scientists believe rogue planets may have have been ejected from a previous planetary system or have never been gravitationally bound to another body such as a star. Furthermore, our galaxy (aka the Milky Way) alone may have billions of them.

Interestingly, some rogue planets feature a molten core, which combined with an insulated, cold exterior, could possess subterranean oceans that support life. A team of petrologists from Rice University recently theorized that a rogue planet the size of Mars possibly collided with earth 4.4 billion years ago, and could very well have planted the seeds of life while creating enough debris that later developed into our moon.

2. Space Junk


Ever since the start of the space race, man-made objects have been piling up in what has been politely termed “orbital debris.” But that’s being a little too kind. Let’s just call it what it really is: space junk. A wide range of discarded litter now includes thousands of metal fragments, cameras, spent rocket boosters, and even a complete 1958 U.S. satellite (Vanguard-1) that’s currently the oldest artificial hunk of metal still in orbit.

This overflowing galactic garbage, not unlike our polluted oceans, is rapidly nearing a critical juncture; the consequences could be detrimental for both astronauts and those below running for cover from the falling rubbish. There are currently over 1,700  satellites in operation, yet represents less than 10 percent of debris large enough to track from the ground. An obscene amount of smaller objects could also cause serious damage - and sadly, the number will only to continue to climb.

In just one single action from 2007, China destroyed a decommissioned weather satellite during one of its weapons tests, smashing the object into over 150,000 pieces. However, any attempts to clean up spiraling mess could present even more problems in terms of national security (surveillance equipment) and/or result in conflicts over territorial rights. In short, we’re doomed.

1. Zombie Stars


Just when you think we couldn’t be inundated any more movies, TV shows, and books about bloodsuckers and the undead, the science community has joined the fray with “Zombie Stars.”  Really? What’s next brainiacs, a Frankenplanet? Never mind.

As one might guess, a zombie star is something that won’t die. Ever. The monstrous explosion from a supernova typically glows brightly for a while before the dying star is obliterated into space dust. That is unless, for reasons that have yet to be determined, the star manages to avoid death. Adding to the horror show, the zombie star can become a vampire star by sucking fuel and energy from a nearby star to revive itself.

The most famous zombie (for scientists, anyway) is known as iPTF14hls. The star first appeared in 1954 and was thought to have died over a half century ago - but a discovery in 2014 revealed it’s still alive with no plans of retiring. According to the renowned astronomer, Iair Arcavi, a NASA Einstein Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) and the Las Cumbres Observatory, the star’s inexplicable behavior is the “the biggest puzzle I’ve encountered.”

Yikes. If he’s stumped, folks, all we can do is lock the doors to the space station and hope for the best.

Top image: Artist’s impression of dust formation around a supernova explosion. Credit: ESO/M. Kornmesser.

[Source: Toptenz. Top image added.]

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          Detectan una bola de fuego sobrevolando el Mediterráneo a 40.000 km/hora      Comment   Translate Page      
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NASA избра SpaceX, за да ѝ помогне при първия опит за отклоняване на астероид. Двойният тест за пренасочване на астероидите (Double Asteroid Redirection Test или DART) ще изстреля ракета Falcon 9 през юни 2021...
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