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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Aaron Russo and the New World Order

Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the reality....

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NASA to Launch New Technology Today to Search for Parallel Universes

Humans Want to play God with creation and the genetic manipulation.
And now they want to reach the the spiritual world!!! 
The human ambition is insatiable and disrespectful.
Babel tower goes again, If they want to know how all was created read.... Genesis 1.1


The image at bottom of page shows the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer-2  ("AMS-02") canister being rotated to the vertical position ready for the final lift to the launch pad, scheduled for today, Monday, the 21st of March. Sam Ting Principal Investigator for the experiment hopes that it will provide data that proves the existence of parallel universes that are composed of anti-matter --- discoveries could verify theories and answer basic questions regarding how the universe formed.

"The idea of multiple universes is more than a fantastic invention --- it appears naturally within several scientific theories, and deserves to be taken seriously" according to Aurelien Barrau, a French particle physicist at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).
According to Ting,  the experiment has already accrued data as it awaited its launch date. Scheduled to fly aboard the final flight of the space shuttle Endeavour, STS-134, AMS-02 will search through cosmic rays for exotic particles, anti-matter and dark matter. The experiment will be mounted to the outside of the International Space Station (ISS) and will require no spacewalks to attach.

While Ting has certain things that he hopes to discover, he believes that the most exciting questions are those that scientists don't even know to ask yet.

The particles that the 7.5 ton experiment is currently registering have had some of their qualities removed by the abrasive nature of Earth’s atmosphere. This problem will be solved after Feb. 26 when the AMS-02 is delivered to its new home on the space station’s S3 truss assembly. From its high vantage point it is hoped that the experiment will open new windows into particle physics and cause a revolution in our understanding of the universe.

Ting hopes that AMS-02 will provide data that proves the existence of parallel universes that are composed of anti-matter. It is also hoped that the experiment will also discover particles that contain magnetic and electric particles that are exactly the opposite of ordinary particles --- discoveries could verify theories and answer basic questions regarding how the universe formed such as that of Burt Ovrut, professor of theoretical high energy physics at the University of Pennsylvania and  pioneer of the use of M-theory to explain the Big bang without the presence of a singularity.

Ovrut and colleagues imagine two branes, universes like ours, separated by a tiny gap as tiny as 10-32 meters. There would be no communictaion between the two universes except for our parallel sister universe's gravitational pull, which could cross the tiny gap.

Orvut's theory could explain the effect of dark matter where areas of the universe are heavier than they should be, given everything that's present. With Ovrut's theory, the nagging problems surrounding the Big Bang (beginning from what, and caused how?) are replaced by an eternal cosmic cycle where dark energy is no longer a mysterious unknown quantity, but rather the very extra gravitational force that drives the universe to universe (brane-brane) interaction.

Up until AMS-02, mankind’s understanding of cosmic rays has been limited to measuring light gathered in telescopes such as the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). This experiment will be the first time that charged particles can be studied in the cold vacuum of space –-- away from the distorting influence of Earth’s turbulent atmosphere.

The AMS-02 P.I. is also hoping to find out what dark matter is made of. This material is believed to be the “glue” that holds the universe together. Mankind’s understanding of cosmic rays has been limited to measuring light gathered in telescopes such as the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). This experiment will be the first time that charged particles can be studied in the cold vacuum of space –-- away from the distorting influence of Earth’s opaque atmosphere.

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Farage: Van Rumpoy and Gadaffi drink mates?

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Libya Human Shields being built

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Increased radiation detected by B.C. monitors

Radiation monitors like these in Sidney, B.C., are detecting miniscule increases in radiation, presumably from the troubled Japanese reactors. CBC

Health Canada says its monitoring stations are detecting a "minuscule" increase in radiation levels along the B.C. coast in the wake of the nuclear crisis in Japan.
Gary Holub says increased radiation levels were expected, and are less than the increase in radiation levels Canadians would see naturally when it rains.
Holub stressed that the increase poses no health risk to Canadians.
The agency installed nine additional monitoring stations along the West Coast late last week, as public concerns persisted about possible radioactive drift from Japan making it thousands of kilometres across the Pacific Ocean to North America.
Canadian health officials are reassuring the public there's no need to fear fallout from Japan, but some residents of B.C. remain nervous.
The nuclear complex in northern Japan was crippled 10 days ago by a huge earthquake and massive tsunami that killed thousands, and workers are still struggling to stabilize the reactors.

CBC News

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Obama’s third war: Risking civilian lives for the New World Order

On CNN’s “Reliable Sources” show on Sunday, host Howard Kurtz asked: “One major question about the assault on Libya, what happened to the media’s skepticism?” He’s right, but his comparison to the war in Iraq was wrong. The correct parallel is President Bill Clinton’s illegal and unconstitutional military intervention in the civil war in Kosovo, then a province of Serbia. Serbia, like Libya today, did not present a threat to the U.S., but in both cases Democratic presidents went to war with those nations anyway, in order to strengthen international organizations.

What the media are missing is the fact that Obama’s war on Libya has no basis in law or the U.S. Constitution. He has decided to wage this war on his own with the authorization of the United Nations, not the U.S. Congress.

The Washington Times has it right in an editorial headlined “Obama’s illegal war. Congress, not the U.N., should authorize force against Libya,” the paper said, “Removing Moammar Gadhafi from power would probably advance the cause of freedom, but the United Nations has no legal authority to take a step of this magnitude. By bowing to the will of the U.N. Security Council, President Obama is diluting the sovereign power of the United States.

Obama said: “I’ve acted after consulting with my national security team, and Republican and Democratic leaders of Congress. And in the coming hours and days, my administration will keep the American people fully informed. But make no mistake: Today we are part of a broad coalition. We are answering the calls of a threatened people. And we are acting in the interests of the United States and the world.”

The president has no such “authorization” from Congress and consultation with Congress is not sufficient under the Constitution.

This announcement followed a Feb. 25 executive order declaring Libya “an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States,” which is ludicrous on its face. Obama then declared “a national emergency to deal with that threat.”

World Tribune

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J.R. Church Called to Eternal Glory

Thank´s GOD, for his life, teaching and wisdom!!!
with love Nunez Report

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Ireland may need over 35 billion euros for banks - EU sources

(Reuters) - Ireland may need more than the 35 billion euros (30.5 billion pounds) already set aside to recapitalise its banks, several euro zone sources said on Monday, adding that the EU stood ready to provide more if Ireland needed.
Ireland has already set aside 10 billion euros for its over-extended banks and in theory has a further 25 billion available as part of its EU/IMF bailout package to support the sector, but the sources said it may not be sufficient.
"When you are asking your creditors (the EU) for additional efforts and when you are telling them that your situation is actually worse than what justified the original loan, a series of questions emerge," a senior EU financial source said of Ireland.
"I would remind you that after the last stress tests, Ireland said there was no problem. Four months later, they needed 35 billion euros," he said.
Another source, an EU diplomat, added: "Everybody has doubts about whether the (existing) programme is sufficient and if there are still more problems with the banks."
The sources said that if Ireland needed more, the EU stood ready to provide it -- as long as Ireland was willing to give more details on the restructuring needs of its banks.
"Without a doubt, if there's a need for extension to reassure on their financial sustainability, Europe is ready to do its bit," the first source said.

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