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Allen Bethea
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The Electric universe idea makes sense to me. This does not. Saturn a rogue planet traveling about the galaxy with a cohort of moons and planets in tow? A rogue planet captured by the Sun, loses its largest moons -- all of which end up in the same orbital plane as their former "sun?" If you could model this, how close could the Earth have been to Saturn? What was the Earth's likely orbital period around Saturn? Were Earth's tidal phenomena differ from today? Was the amount of light from Saturn sufficient to support photosynthesis worldwide? Close moons like Daphne and Pan are too frigid for life. Even with its relatively thick atmosphere, Titan is too cold. IMHO, this "Golden Age of Saturn" theory seems to be rehashed Theosophical mythology.
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there is also some evidence that the expression of life can depend on the electromagnetic environment it is in, hence the massive speciation in the new EM fields after a catastraphe/extinction event.

http://www.thunderbolts.info/tpod/2010/arch10/100630biology.htm
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I am glad you are not advocating gnosticism. I am curious though, why do you promote Gurdjieff and the Theosophy-inspired "Fourth Way?" Is it a case of chewing the meat and spitting out the bones? If so, then why not remove or overlook offensive teachings like YHWH as the demiurge and the denial of the incarnation of Jesus from gnosticism, Christian gnosticism may then have some spiritual contributions to give. 
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Philae’s Instruments Confirm Presence Of Organic Molecules On Comet 67P/C-G http://b4in.org/pBuk

Before the Philae lander’s batteries depleted late last week, one of its instruments was able to detect organic molecules on Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko (67P/C-G), scientists involved with the mission have confirmed.

The German Aerospace Center (DLR) briefly mentioned in a statement released Monday that its COSAC instrument “was able to ‘sniff’ the atmosphere” and “detect the first organic molecules” before the probe was forced to enter “idle mode.”

The DLR did not elaborate, but BBC News online science editor Paul Rincon said Dr. Fred Goessmann, principal investigator on the COSAC team, had confirmed the findings, but noted that he and his colleagues were still attempting to interpret the results.

Rincon noted that the scientists did not disclose which molecules had been found, or how complex they might be. However, he noted the results “are likely to provide insights into the possible role of comets in contributing some of the chemical building blocks to the primordial mix from which life evolved on the early Earth.”

“Scientists are analyzing the data to see whether the organic compounds detected by Philae are simple ones – such as methane and methanol – or a more complex species such as amino acids, the building blocks for proteins,” added Gautam Naik of The Wall Street Journal. “A drill on Philae also obtained some material from the comet’s hard surface, but data about organic molecules from that experiment have yet to be fully analyzed.”

Analysis of the organic materials found on 67P/C-G “will help us to understand whether organic molecules were brought by comets to the early Earth,” which could have served as the catalyst for life on our planet, DLR scientist and Philae lander manager Stephan Ulamec told Naik.

While the Philae team expected to find organic molecules on the comet, the lander’s instruments make it possible for the first time to conduct a direct search for organic molecules in both its gases and its surface material, the WSJ reporter added. The data will be compared to earlier measurements, which were obtained by Rosetta and detected water, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and trace amounts of ammonia, methane and methanol.


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Man If not for the vocals, I would have thought this was Mahavisnu Orchestra!
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Our recent cigar box guitars and lap steels.
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Our first freebie in May 2014 is one page Bootstrap HTML template for creative or portfolio named 'Ninestars'. I added something different in menu, use slide out sidebar menu like Google nexus website from Codrops site instead of standard Bootstrap navigation.
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Wonderful! Blown away!
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Problem here at the start. Ea is Enki. Ianna was Ishtar, queen of heaven, sky consort of Enki. 
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Amazing solo. What kind of guitar are you playing? Epiphone BB King? Did you change the pickups? Sounds great!
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Considering Mars' thin atmosphere, these bugs would have to have huge wings and powerful muscles. What do they breathe?
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Thank Morgan for the Epiphone Dot guitar and tablature. The first tabs were formed  ex nihilo when Morgan sang "Shoo Shoo Sunshine" on the Electric Company.
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