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12C. No snow in the mountains. This isn't right.
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If accurate, I suspect the alignment results from gyroscopic forces of quasars in the visible Universe (a very large D-brane extending over three spatial dimensions) flowing along the brane impact expansion of space-time.
ESO, European Organisation for Astronomical Research in the Southern Hemisphere
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Albert Einstein famously stated that to create mass, you need energy. Thus with enough energy, we are starting to make exciting discoveries.
Once again Quantum Chromodynamics leaps ahead with the discovery of 2 new baryon (hadron) 'field' particles. These are made up of exactly the same 3 quarks whose individual mass adds up to the same mass - but due to differing spin-parity, the baryons have different mass!
 First postulated in 2008 and then completely ignored by a world trying to prove pet theories, (http://arxiv.org/abs/0806.4783), the particles were recently discovered at the LHC, much to the surprise of the people not seeking them. You can read it here: http://arxiv.org/abs/1411.4849

Time to start reading up on pentaquarks I guess.
Another interesting read is here: http://dukespace.lib.duke.edu/dspace/handle/10161/1056
Authors: LHCb collaboration: R. Aaij, B. Adeva, M. Adinolfi, A. Affolder, Z. Ajaltouni, S. Akar, J. Albrecht, F. Alessio, M. Alexander, S. Ali, G. Alkhazov, P. Alvarez Cartelle, A.A. Alves Jr, S. Amato, S. Amerio, Y. Amhis, L. An, L. Anderlini, J. Anderson, R. Andreassen, M. Andreotti, ...
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I hear animated gif movement. Always have. Does anyone else experience that phenomenon?
 
An animated 3D-study of Melotte 15

The open cluster centered in this image is known as Melotte 15 . Melotte 15 is embedded within a central portion of the much larger glowing nebula identified as IC 1805. 
The interesting structure in the center of the image is a giant area of hydrogen gas that is caused to glow by the intense ultraviolet radiation from the massive stars of the Melotte 15 star cluster.
Dust and gas clouds are twisted by the pressure of the intense radiation, the solar wind.
This formation is estimated to be 7,500 light years away from Earth.

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http://www.astroanarchy.blogspot.fi/2013/01/melotte-15-as-experimental-3d-study.html
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How did the universe form? With our latest discoveries discrediting "inflation theory", each new piece of evidence is proving (substantiating  via the collection of supporting data aka scientific proofs) the Ekpyrotic Universe.
Ekpyrotic Universe Theory. The Ekpyrotic universe theory is a cosmological model that seeks to explain the origin of the universe and/or multiverses without relying upon the leading accepted inflationary model of the universe. [1] This theory was first proposed and publicized in 2001 by Justin ...
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And now I will explain gravity.
Have you ever stuck a magnet to a refrigerator? How close did you have to be for it not to just fall to the floor? How does a magnet manage to ignore the gravity of earth and stick to your refrigerator instead?
When we say that gravity is weaker than other forces of nature, this example of the magnet is exactly what we mean. Over a small distance, magnetism easily overpowers gravity, but past that distance, gravity takes hold and pulls your magnet and the earth together.
How can this be? Why is one of the four forces in nature "magnetism" able to overpower gravity? (Magnetism is a different aspect of what we call electromagnetism; the other three being: strong interaction, the weak interaction, and gravitation.)
Since gravity's effects appears to have such distance it literally holds entire galaxies together, how can it be so weak?
(Thank goodness it is, or you could stick anything - and by "anything" I mean everything - to that refrigerator.) One solid possibility is that we’re only experiencing a fraction of it.  

Lisa Randall thinks that gravity exists on a brane (lets say dimension for simplicity) that is one dimension away from our 3 spacial dimensions. In the gravity brane, gravity is massively more powerful, (and everywhere) but due to the separation, it can't interact directly with our 3 dimensions of space because a fourth spacial dimension (that we cannot see) is protecting us. The gravitational force is acting partially in our 3 spacial dimensions through a 4th that we can’t perceive.
So, the question is: Do we live in a universe with 3 spacial dimensions - or 4? As far as I know, we live in four dimensions, three of space and one of time. Yes, time is being included as a dimension, just not spacial.
Fortunately the Large Hadron Collider folks are looking for evidence that the universe contains more than that. While they recently discovered the Higgs Field, did they discover a forth spacial dimension?
They are not saying.
When they do, it could explain gravity, a puzzling property of the universe.
 It would be nice to know if our universe is only a part of a much larger phenomena.
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The great mystery, the question no one asks: in violation of Egypt's age old law of frontally in 3 dimensional carvings, what is Selket looking at?
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Picked up a classic. 52 000 km.
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I'm not sure why we are all becoming targets online for expressing opinions. In the last year especially, women are being threatened with sexual assault just for posting content. Its sick.
 
Some thoughts I had to share.
I had a day off this weekend from shooting Supernatural, and I was walking around downtown Vancouver on Saturday, sampling all the artisan coffee I could get my throat around. At one point I saw a pair of guys walking towards me wearing gamer shirts. Black short-sleeved, one Halo and one Call of Duty.  Now in my life up until this point, that kind of outfit has meant one thing: Potential comrades. I love games, I love gaming. If it’s Friday nig...
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http://www.cosmographica.com/space-art/album/Cosmographica%20Gallery%20401-450/slides/411-CosmicInflation.html

Inflation theory: It's faithful fans have been drinking from the firehose of data in an effort to make it work for about 30 years now. Unfortunately Inflation theory (much like creation theory) requires an extremely finely tuned set of "pre big bang" conditions for the big bang to have occurred.

Problems: Why is the universe so flat, so homogeneous and so damn isotropic (having uniform physical properties in all directions) and AND the big one, where are all of the stable magnetic monopoles (magnets with only one magnetic pole) as predicted?

Inflation theory is religion for many physicists and funded to the tune of billions by you, the humble tax payer who 'trusts' that these guys know what they are talking about. They don't, and real scientific advancement is being held back because of them.

The question you should be asking is this: Is the observable universe the LARGEST phenomena that there is? If not, then the theory of our universe being a part of a larger system should take precedent over inflation theory.

http://www.cosmographica.com/space-art/album/Cosmographica%20Gallery%20401-450/slides/411-CosmicInflation.html
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Retired early from my career but still working: I've one hell of a resume. Seriously.
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Developed some snazzy new technologies and other 'sciencey' stuff that no one much cares about.
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