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Thursday, November 16, 2017

China Developing Hypersonic Weapons

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In the not-too-distant future, China plans to have an arsenal of weapon systems that can deliver attacks launched from its soil on U.S. in less than 15 minutes.

These hypersonic weapons, according to the South China Morning Post, will be tested in the world’s most powerful wind tunnel, now under construction in Beijing. Capable of testing speeds of up to 12km per second—or nearly 27,000 mph—any vehicle traveling at that speed from China will reach the U.S. West Coast in just 14 minutes.

The wind tunnel simulates this wind resistance by detonating a mixture of oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen so as to create an immense shockwave. Channeled through a tube toward the test aircraft, it will heat the vehicle’s surface to roughly 13,900° F—or 40 percent hotter than the surface of the sun.

The SCMP quotes Zhao Wei, deputy director of the State Key Laboratory of High Temperature Gas Dynamics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, who is a senior scientist working on China’s hypersonic weapons program. He said:

"[The wind tunnel] will boost the engineering application of hypersonic technology, mostly in military sectors, by duplicating the environment of extreme hypersonic flights, so problems can be discovered and solved on the ground."

The U.S. and Russia are already developing their own hypersonic weapons—those capable of traveling above Mach 5, or, five times the speed of sound—and have made similar wind tunnel advancements. The American wind tunnel the LENX-X facility in Buffalo, N.Y., can simulate air speeds of up to 10km per second, which is roughly Mach 30.

The only public demonstration of a hypersonic U.S. vehicle to date was in 2011, when the military’s HTV-2, reportedly capable of Mach 20, broke up after just a few seconds of flight.

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Sanhedrin Prepares Oil for Third Temple From Amona Olive Trees

“And thou shalt make a candlestick of pure gold: of beaten work shall the candlestick be made, even its base, and its shaft; its cups, its knops, and its flowers, shall be of one piece with it.” Exodus 25:31 (The Israel Bible™)

A Kohen (priest) lights the menorah replica on the holiday of Hanukkah in the Old City of Jerusalem (Photo: The Temple Movement)

In preparation for the Third Temple, the nascent Sanhedrin and the United Temple Movement (UTM) annually prepares olive oil that is ritually pure and ready for use in the Temple, but this year, the olives were harvested from a special orchard, intended to send a special light into the world that adheres to a prophecy with current-day political ramifications.

The oil-making is part of an ongoing effort to recreate Temple rituals and become familiar with them in every detail, so they can be reinstated without delay, should the need arise in the near future. But making this olive oil is also an effort to bring about prophecy as written in the Bible.

On Sunday, volunteers will harvest olives for Temple oil in the orchards of Amona, a Jewish community in the Biblical region assigned to the tribe of Benjamin.

Chephar-ammonah, Ophni, and Geba—12 towns, with their villages. Joshua 18:24

Volunteers pick olives in Samaria for Temple oil. (Courtesy of Sanhedrin)

Amona was established in 1995 but a long legal battle initiated by the anti-Israel nongovernmental organization Peace Now culminated in 3,000 Jews being forcibly evicted from their homes. Amona was destroyed in several stages, the final evictions being carried out in January of 2017.

While the homes were destroyed, trees planted by the Jewish farmers were left standing. The Sanhedrin and UTM will go out to those orchards and harvest the olives to process for use in the Temple. Knesset Member Rabbi Yehudah Glick is expected to participate.

(Courtesy of Sanhedrin)

Rabbi Hillel Weiss, spokesman for the nascent Sanhedrin, explained that planting trees is one method of proving ownership of land, described in the Book of Jeremiah.

For thus said God of Hosts, the God of Yisrael: “Houses, fields, and vineyards shall again be purchased in this land.” Jeremiah 32:15

“When the Jews went into exile in Babylonia, they planted trees and wrote deeds to the property so that they would have proof of ownership when they returned from exile,” explained Rabbi Weiss. “As long as our trees are there, as long as we harvest them, we are showing our claim to the land.

“The Jews have returned, we have proved our ownership, and despite what the haters of Israel believe, Jewish communities in Israel cannot be destroyed ever again,” Rabbi Weiss said, citing the Prophet Amos.

I will restore My people Yisrael. They shall rebuild ruined cities and inhabit them; They shall plant vineyards and drink their wine; They shall till gardens and eat their fruits. And I will plant them upon their soil, Nevermore to be uprooted From the soil I have given them —said Hashem your God. Amos 9:14-15
Rabbi Weiss explained that though the process, including the destruction of Jewish communities, is painful, it has a higher spiritual purpose, embodied in the lighting of the Temple menorah.

“God presses Israel just like we press the olives,” Rabbi Weiss said. “It appears the olive is destroyed, but what is actually happening is the bitterness is being removed and the oil, the sweetness, is being saved and purified to send light into the world.”

Israeli children press olives for Temple oil. (Courtesy Sanhedrin)

Normally, olive oil is made by crushing the olives and then pressing them. As per the Biblical commandment, olive oil for use in the menorah is made by smashing the olives by hand and then allowing the oil to drip for several days.

You shall further instruct the Israelites to bring you clear oil of beaten olives for lighting, for kindling lamps regularly. Exodus 27:20

This produces a very small quantity of oil, only about two percent of the volume of the olives as compared to 20 percent by pressing. But the method described in the Bible produces oil that is vastly superior to that produced by any other method. The UTM prepared about 450 pounds of olives, producing 25 quarts of oil. The husks are then pressed and the oil can be consumed or used for adding to grain offerings.

As much as possible, the ritual purity of the olives is preserved. As soon as the olives are pounded, they become open to impurity. They are therefore processed in an area open to the sky and the workers wear surgical masks, as saliva can transfer impurity. The hammers are made of plastic and the surface is marble, materials that cannot receive ritual impurity.

Wearing masks and gloves, volunteers crush olives for ritual oil. (Courtesy Sanhedrin)

Burning the oil in the Temple was considered a sacrifice in every respect, and does not require an actual Temple building to house it. The Biblical commandment could be fulfilled today by placing the Menorah on the Temple Mount, filling it with the oil that has been prepared, and having it lit by a Kohen (a Jewish man from the priestly caste). The oil is ready and the menorah is on display in the Old City of Jerusalem, waiting to be moved to the Temple Mount and used for its designated purpose.

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Australians Vote to Approve Same-Sex ‘Marriage’

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LGBT activists in Australia were wildly celebrating Wednesday after the results of a vote-by-mail referendum over same-sex “marriage” showed they had achieved a landslide victory.

The final tallies, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics Chief Statistician David Kalisch, were:
Yes — 61.6 percent
No — 38.4 percent

Actual vote tallies were not provided via Australian media sources. The measure failed to pass in only three of the country’s electorates in the sparsely populated northern areas. “Turnout” for the mail-in vote was in excess of 80 percent of the country’s registered voters.

The binding plebiscite requires the government to enact new laws legalizing homosexual unions by Christmas. Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull, a staunch “marriage equality” supporter, considered the outcome a tremendous victory.

Shortly after the results were announced, he said:

"They voted “yes” for fairness, they voted “yes” for commitment, they voted “yes” for love. It is unequivocal; it is overwhelming. And now it is up to us, here in the Parliament of Australia, to get on with it—to get on with the job the Australian people have tasked us to do, and get this done this year, before Christmas. That must be our commitment."

Australia now becomes the 26th country to legalize homosexual “marriage.”

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Leonardo Painting Sells For A Record $450 Million (Or 62,500 Bitcoin)

How do you know we are living through the biggest bubble in history? Simple: when a painting, doesn't matter who the artist is, doesn't matter who rare and prized, sells for half a billion dollars
A rediscovered painting by Leonardo da Vinci broke the record price for art at an auction on Wednesday night, selling for just over $450 million (or a bargain basement 62,500 bitcoin to the Chinese money launderer who bought it) at Christie’s in New York. The last da Vinci in private hands sold nearly 4 times above its estimated price after a fevered, 90-minute long round of bidding. It is widely believed to be the most expensive piece of art ever sold.

The 500-year-old “Christ as Salvator Mundi,” which was originally estimated at $100 million, was the star of Christie’s evening sale of postwar and contemporary art, what Bloomberg described an unconventional move by the auction house because of its vintage. The previous auction record for an Old Master painting was held by Peter Paul Rubens, whose “The Massacre of the Innocents” fetched $76.5 million in 2002.
“Salvator Mundi,” Latin for Saviour of the World, was one of only 15 surviving works by Leonardo da Vinci and depicts Jesus Christ in a flowing robe, holding a crystal orb and raising his right hand in benediction. 
The 67.5cm tall portrait, which once belonged to England’s King Charles I in the 17th century, disappeared around 1900. In 2005, it was bought at an estate sale and, after six years of research and restoration, attributed to da Vinci, the first such rediscovery in more than 100 years. Before the auction, Christie’s secured an irrevocable $100 million bid by an anonymous investor meaning it was sure to sell.
The painting, called "Salvator Mundi," Italian for "Savior of the World," is one of fewer than 20 paintings by Leonardo known to exist and the only one in private hands. It was being sold by Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev’s family trust. The fertilizer king purchased it for $127.5 million in 2013 and it’s been at the heart of an international legal battle. Rybolovlev assembled a $2 billion trove with the help of art entrepreneur Yves Bouvier, but in recent years has been selling off works from the collection, often at steep discounts. 
Well, even he will be happy with the 250% return in just 4 years. Also happy will be Christies: the $450 price also includes $50.3 million in premiums paid to Christie’s for its services by the buyer.
Jussi Pylkkanen, auctioneer for the evening, opened bidding on the piece at $70m and offers rapidly vaulted higher, according to the FT. Gasps broke out throughout the salesroom in Rockefeller Centre when an offer hit $200m. Bidders interested in the Da Vinci — lot 9 of the evening’s sale — were given special red paddles in the salesroom, a move the auction house attributed to the work’s high worth, although much of the action was fuelled by phone bidders.
Some more details on the painting's troubled recent history:
Following its rediscovery and sale in 2013, the painting was at the centre of a legal feud between current owner Dmitry Rybolovlev, the Russian billionaire and owner of AS Monaco football club, and Yves Bouvier, the owner of Natural Le Coultre, one of the largest fine art storage and shipping specialists. 

The protracted legal battle centred around claims that Mr Bouvier allegedly bought the painting for $80m and sold it to Mr Rybolovlev for $127.5m, a near $50m difference. A small group of critics have even questioned the painting’s authenticity. 
After its original disappearance, the painting was acquired in 2005, badly damaged and partly painted-over, by a consortium of art dealers who paid less than $10,000 (8,445 euros). The art dealers restored the painting and documented its authenticity as a work by Leonardo.
Christie's says most scholars agree that the painting is by Leonardo, though some critics have questioned the attribution and some say the extensive restoration muddies the work's authorship. Christie's capitalized on the public's interest in Leonardo, considered one of the greatest artists of all time, with a media campaign that labeled the painting "The Last Da Vinci." The work was exhibited in Hong Kong, San Francisco, London and New York before the sale.
Other paintings on offer on Wednesday evening included works by Mark Rothko, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Cy Twombly, and Andy Warhol. Christie’s said it was in part the inclusion of the 32ft Warhol painting Sixty Last Suppers, which riffed on Da Vinci’s famed The Last Supper, that the house attempted to secure ‘Salvator Mundi’ for auction. ‘Sixty Last Suppers’ features a black-and-white silkscreen grid of 60 prints of ‘The Last Supper’ and was among the last works created by Mr Warhol before his death in 1987.
And just to confirm that everything around you is indeed one giant bubble, the exquisite piece of modernist "art" you see below, sold for more than $46 million.

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