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Falcon 9 and Dragon to launch to the International Space Station in T-1 hour. Commercial era of space travel is about to begin.
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Physics isnt just cool, its beautiful.
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Ever had a need or prayer that's been answered? Ever wonder if your life was a answer to a need? Ever wonder if all life is just a answer to a need that's a answer to a need that's a answer to a need? Ever wonder why we don't enjoy being alone ?


Need.
Desire.
Prayer.
Hmmm..

Ever wonder what consciousness is and why it's so complex even in the eyes of a dog, cat, bird, dragon fly or other being?

Ever wonder what caused the big bang?

Ever wonder how we can be tricked into thinking material gain out weighs the value of having a wondering, questioning mind that is aware and seeks what the universe is, what we are, where we come from and where we should go?


Beats me. But I do wonder...
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Star's Chemistry Key to Creating Habitable Zones

The search for potentially habitable planets involves discussion of what is sometimes referred to as the "Goldilocks Zone" – the relatively thin band in a solar system in which conditions on a planet can support life. Astrobiologists and planetary scientists agree that a planet's distance from its parent star is of paramount importance for creating those optimum conditions.

A new study by Arizona State University researchers suggests that the host star's chemical makeup also can impact conditions of habitability of planets that orbit them. The team's paper, published in the August issue of The Astrophysical Journal Letters, demonstrates that subtle differences in a star's internal chemistry can have huge effects on a planet's chances of long-term habitability.

http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2012/09/stars-chemistry-key-to-creating-habitable-zones.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+TheDailyGalaxyNewsFromPlanetEarthBeyond+%28The+Daily+Galaxy+--Great+Discoveries+Channel%3A+Sci%2C+Space%2C+Tech.%29
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I was just fortunate enough to ask a theoretical physicist who studies black holes for a living, a question about the einstein-rossen bridge theory and the latest data on the ability for gravity to bend space and time.

It got me wondering about whats going on in the center of the galaxy, which we believe is a black hole and the primitive tribe of humans they found in brazil. Around our black hole is stars and there is a lot of them. Look at this image im uploading and see where we are in the galaxy, way out on the edge, spread out far from the other stars around us, alone. Now look at the stars at the center of the galaxy, much higher density, resulting in stars being closer together. The sheer number of stars raise the chance of life developing there as there is more stars that might be like our sun, with planetary bodies like our earth, as well as statistically raising the odds that any life that evolved on any of those stars in the center of the galaxy are close enough to travel to or at least be aware of and possibly communicate with other planets and civilizations, even if its just sending a radio wave based messages to each other every 35 years, cause we can do that ourselves. There could be a whole galactic governing body, hundreds of worlds communicating and working out governing rules, much like our united nations here on earth.

But thats not the mind blower. The mind blower to me goes back to the tribe they found in brazil. What if we, in our technological and evolutionary adolescence,  are just like that tribe in brazil. We are isolated from every other advanced civilization cause we are so primitive in relation, that for them to come to this world and disrupt us at this stage, would be the same as us just showing up to that tribe in brazil and handing them all iphones and saying  " welcome to the rest of the world, have a nice life, hope you figure it out. "

I mean, whats more plausible. That even though we are made up of the most abundant elements in the known universe, hydrogen, oxygen, carbon and nitrogen, that we are the one and only pinnacle of life in this galaxy and this universe, that we are the highest order of consciousness and awareness in this entire universe that we cant even see the ends of with our best telescopes. Or that we are one form of life among many.  Its possible we are the first to evolve in the universe, but i find the odds are not favorable.

So thats my mind blower for myself and that i wanted to share. I wish we could travel the cosmos more then anything. Sometimes i wonder if i was born a century too soon. ;)
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Earth and the ISS as reflected in a spacewalker's helmet

This photo of Aki Hoshide blows my mind. During a September 5th spacewalk with +Sunita Williams he snapped this self portrait revealing the international space station orbiting the earth. Absolutely stunning.
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