Tuesday, 24 July, 2007
Wednesday, 13 June, 2007
Tuesday, 12 June, 2007
Sunday, 10 June, 2007
In the future the moon will not only have cheese on its surface, but also the largest telescope in the world. NASA and Roger Angel from the University of Arizona plan to build a liquid mirror telescope that could be hundreds of times more sensitive than the Hubble Space Telescope. The project doesn't eschew grandeur, with a 100-meter mirror, which would be the size of a football field and would collect 1,736 times more light than the Hubble.
Liquid mirror telescopes have the advantage of being less expensive than solid (aluminum based mirror)telescopes. In addition a lunar telescope would be free from the atmospheric distortion that afflicts terrestrial telescopes of all kinds, and from the self-generated winds that produce troublesome waves in the largest earth-based LMTs. The light from the universe's most distant stars is intensely red-shifted, and the airless lunar deep-freeze would be ideal for infrared observation – as would a liquid mirror: While they perform as well as conventional mirrors at visible wavelengths, liquid mirrors do even better in the infrared.
The project awaits funding and the activation of space-economy, but according to qualified sources it seems feasible and would be on its way by 2013.
Monday, 28 May, 2007
continues to increase, highway hotels nearby Monterrey are starting to offer armored rooms to accommodate their guests. Along with the cheap bulletproof rooms, six-packs of beer at 4o pesos (3.50 us) should seal the deal. Guests may tune into the hertz waves, in their safely isolated rooms, pop open a couple of cold ones, and watch the recent drug related executions in the news as if they were in a virtual reality box.
Wednesday, 23 May, 2007
Edward Sanchez, a Michigan state rookie cop, calls 911 after he and his wife overdosed on a couple of spacecakes (marijuana laced chocolate brownies), that Sanchez had seized from a street dealer. Apparently collective paranoia quickly sunk after Edward convinced her wife to add the weed into the magic mix. Quote " We made brownies and i think we are dead, i really do". Sanchez swore the force that he would never take narcotics again, and that he had learned his lesson "really good". State police did not present charges, but Sanchez did resign.
We can only say the obvious: marijuana is not for police officers, which are a sort of antispirit, so logically the Ganja counterattacks, sweetly dazing and confusing.
Sunday, 20 May, 2007
Here is a brief description of N'tizi's flabbergasting qualities......
N'kisi is a captive bred, hand raised Congo African Gray Parrot. He is 4-1/2 years old, and his species has a life span similar to humans. He has received teaching in the use of language for 4 years. He is now one of the world's top "language-using" animals, with an apparent understanding and appropriate usage of over 900 words. Aimee intuitively taught N'kisi as one would a child, by explaining things to him in context. (This goes beyond typical interactions with a "pet", involving many hours per day of teaching and conversations.) He is treated as a member of the family. N'kisi was not trained like a performing animal, and does not just mimic or use speech "on cue". Instead, he has been allowed to develop his own creative relationship to language as a means of self-expression. N'kisi speaks in sentences, showing a grasp of grammar in formulating his own original expressions. He is capable of actual conversations. He often initiates comments about what we are doing, feeling, looking at, thinking, etc, which is how we discovered his ability to read minds. N'kisi often demonstrates telepathy in spontaneous situations, and also communicates love, compassion, and a keen sense of humor. Language-using animals are like "animal ambassadors" helping to bridge the worlds of other species with our own. In the wild, parrots live in large flocks with complex social interactions, which have yet to be studied.
Friday, 18 May, 2007
These two superstar pigeons are responsible for saving more than 20 lives, in addition they have been awarded different insignias by the British Royal Air Force. Their accolades include: The Dickin Medal, awarded 1943 to Winkie (first pigeon to be awarded the medal; flew 120 miles from a crashed bomber to deliver a SOS) and in 1944 to White Vision (White Vision flew 60 miles against the gale force wind with visibility down to about zero to deliver a message that saved 11 lives). Members of the Pigeon Roll of Honour and the Meritous Performance List. In 1943 the rescued crew of the Beaufort bomber held a dinner for Winkie, who basked in her cage as she was toasted by the officers. An upcoming movie, "Valiant", is based on the life and times of Winkie, the Courageous -Rainbow Petrol- Pigeon. Winkie and White Vision, both live-on in the eternity vessel of taxidermy.
Later on cheez-wiz we will analyze the mysterious sense that enables pigeons to travel hundreds of miles, in night and day, deprived of regular vision or smell, with trampled magnetic fields or sunspot storms, finding always their pigeon-house.
(A clue: Rupert Sheldrake ventures it is a sort of invisible elastic band that connects the pigeon to its house, sort of a quantum entanglement effect such as the one studied by Alain Aspect in his 1981 experiments...)
Wednesday, 16 May, 2007
Tania Derveaux, a very hot redhead from Belgium who is running to office (Senate), shocked (mocked ) his countries politics (or dollitics) by taking things up a notch and offering to give-out 40,000 blowjobs if she´s elected.
You can apply to receive Mrs. Deveaux´s treats at: http://www.nee-antwerpen.be/index-eng.htm
there are certain conditions to a happy ending of the service:
"We adhere to high standards of service but due to time limitations each performance can last no longer than 5 minutes".
"Any attempt to influence the depth of insertion by the user will result in immediate end of service "
Tuesday, 15 May, 2007
Thursday, 10 May, 2007
Tuesday, 8 May, 2007
NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. (AP)— A woman forced an 83-year-old housemate to smoke crack cocaine so she could steal personal information to get a credit card and run up more than $3,000 in charges, authorities said.
Pasco County sheriff's investigators accused Theresa M. Stanley-Morgan, 41, of getting the older woman to smoke the drug at least twice to make it easier to exploit her financially.
Stanley-Morgan was arrested April 28. She admitted to investigators that she used Shirley Hathaway's name, birth date and Social Security number to open the account, a sheriff's report said.
Hathaway and a witness told investigators that Stanley-Morgan forced Hathaway to smoke a lit crack pipe, the report said.
Stanley-Morgan was in jail Monday on $23,000 bail, charged with criminal use of personal identification, use of another person's ID without permission and retail theft, according to jail records. Records did not indicate if she had a lawyer.
The sheriff's office said more charges were pending and asked the court not to reduce her bail.
The question is: will Hathaway now hangout with the ghosts of the Black Panthers and chase, day and night, former CIA agents?
Sunday, 6 May, 2007
Just when u thought that the world was crazy, it gets weirder. A recent occult investigation running around the web, reports that Mr. Nicholson, with his shining smile, is the ruler of the world, the secret entrepreneur in charge of executing a global media plan of world domination. A staff passed by major studio owners and high government officers. He has also been identified as the only powerful druglord in the U.S., explaining the fact that there aren´t any dealers with notoriety, as there are so many in other countries. The allegations claim that he runs a planetary network of drug distribution, particularly cocaine, that has among its members George Bush Senior. His tactics or system is supposedly called Maia, after the Hindu goddess of seduction and illusion.
Jack Nicholson Nicholson was born at Jersey Shore Medical Center in Neptune, New Jersey, he was brought up believing his grandparents John J. Nicholson (a department store window dresser in Asbury Park, New Jersey) and Ethel May Rhoads (a hairdresser and beautician and amateur artist in Neptune, New Jersey) were his parents. Nicholson only discovered that his parents were actually his grandparents and his sister was in fact his mother in 1974 after being informed by a Time Magazine journalist who was doing a feature on him. By this time both his mother and grandmother had died (in 1963 and 1970, respectively). Nicholson has stated he does not know who his father is, saying "Only Ethel and June knew and they never told anybody". Apparently his father had practiced sacralistic rites, involving sexual alchemy and mind projection and has been linked to Aleister Crowley.
Jack is said to have slept with more than 3,000 woman, including all of the Laker Girls, for it is a requisite for the job.
He is famous for throwing orgiastic parties at his place in Mulholland Drive, where girls, cocaine, l.s.d. and other unknown substances roll freely.
He is perpetually smiling with a cynic grin that clearly reflects that he knows something we don´t.
Friday, 4 May, 2007
Scientists have already created an ‘invisibility cloak’ made out of ‘metamaterial’ (a complex hybrid structure of metal and insulator that makes light move around an object like air flowing over an airplane wing. In a process called refraction, these materials interact with light in such a way that it travels faster through the metamaterial than it does through a vacuum, the famed c in Einstein’s special theory of relativity). Until now, scientists could only make objects appear invisible from far away. Liverpool mathematician Dr Sébastien Guenneau, together with Dr Frédéric Zolla and Professors André Nicolet from the University of Marseille, have proven - using a computer model called GETDP - that objects can also be made to appear invisible from close range when light travels in waves rather than beams. Scientists predict that metamaterials could be of use in military technology, such as in the construction of fighter jets and submarines, but it will be some years before invisibility cloaks can be developed for human beings.
"Using this new computer model we can prove that light can bend around an object under a cloak and is not diffracted by the object. This happens because the metamaterial that makes up the cloak stretches the metrics of space, in a similar way to what heavy planets and stars do for the metrics of space-time in Einstein’s general relativity theory".
“Until now, however, it was not clear whether photons – particles that make up all forms of light – can split and form new waves when the light source is close to the object. If we use ray optic techniques – where light travels in beams - photons break down at close range and the object does not appear invisible. If we study light as it travels in waves however, invisibility is maintained.”
Scientists predict that invisibility will be possible for objects of any shape and size within the next decade.
Of course the distribuition of the metamaterial will be limited to militar elites or unearthly tychoons, at exorbitant prices, and with highroller interests closely guarded. As it is an issue of power, ethics and etherrealization.
Perhaps, even, invisibility shields and cloaks have existed for some time as a part of a bizarre alien technology and we are totally unaware of this invisible hovering control deploys.
Thursday, 3 May, 2007
Tuesday, 1 May, 2007
hopefully the above list will not generate negative karma...
"Towards the end of my research I searched the web using the mineral's chemical formula - sodium lithium boron silicate hydroxide - and was amazed to discover that same scientific name, written on a case of rock containing kryptonite stolen by Lex Luthor from a museum in the film Superman Returns." Dr. Stanley K
Kryptonite will go under the name jadarite, after Jadar, the serbian mine where it was found.
It seems jadarite is rather rare. But there is plenty of cheezwiz in the world, enabling us to stop worldsaving megalomaniacs with our alternative pieces of flying cheesestone in quesum lapis philosophorum.
In other news, Rupert Murdoch announces a juicy ransom will be given to whomever finds King Kong's booger extant in nature. For it seems it has magic properties related to the mythic fountain of youth.
Sunday, 29 April, 2007
Apparently (CCD) has reached Europe and is thriving in its sour diaspora. England, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece are some of the countries that have been affected.
Mobile-phone radiation may be significantly damaging for the brain, as Scandinavian scientific studies have revealed, although scientifically impeccable these studies have been discredited by global cell phone companies, who have limited considerably their exposure...
We might be facing the radical realization of metaphors, a world that loses its deepest core of sweetness, the extinction of bee-honey, the royal gift of Zeus, as Crete Cave God, the sensual medicine of our dancing telepathic insect friends. And as Einstein said: "if the bees disappeared, man would have only four years of life left".
(galactic images have a startling similarity with art's masterpieces, in this image we can see Rembrandt-lights discharging from butterfly clouds in a sort of creative storm, at times we can see jelly-fish in the sky or nebulae jewels, signature fractals like galaxies mirroring fingerprints etc...)Big Bug nebulae
vote for the best galactic images ever (according to space.com)
get a fresh, quality space mandala everyday at: http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/
Thursday, 12 April, 2007
Wednesday, 11 April, 2007
Something downright weird has been sighted twirling over the north pole of Saturn: A long-lived double hexagon formed in the clouds.
The two six-sided features — one inside the other — are in stark contrast to the hurricane-like vortex that has been observed at the ringed planet's south pole. Both poles have been imaged by NASA's orbiting Cassini spacecraft.
"We haven't seen a (geometric) feature like this anywhere else on any other planet," said Cassini scientist Kevin Baines of the NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. "It's unbelievable."
The 15,000-mile-wide feature appears to be some sort of deep-seated standing wave, through which other things move without changing the wave pattern, Baines observed. It also appears to be in sync with the planet's quick 10-and-a-half-hour rotation.
Beyond that, nobody is sure what to make of it.
"It's perplexing," said Baines. "It's a bizarre pattern."
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. - This was no ordinary computer crash.
A woman in Bloomington, Illinois, says what appears to be a meteorite came through a bedroom window and landed on her computer table. The grayish metallic object is about the size of a deck of cards. A geology professor says that in his 36 years of investigating meteorite reports, this chunk appears to be the real thing.
Experts have ruled out the possibility that someone threw it at the house, and it doesn't appear to be space junk from a satellite or other spacecraft.
The U.S. Geological Survey's meteorite center in Flagstaff, Arizona, will help with identification.
Meantime, the woman says she's just glad no one was working on the computer when it landed Monday morning.
Actress Kirsten Dunst recently told the British tabloid The Sun, that she likes to smoke marijuana and that probably the world would be a a better place if everybody smoked the weed. She also made a witty or weedy correlation: "My best friend Sasha's father, Carl Sagan, was an astronomer. He smoked loads of pot and he was a genius. You can watch Kirsten pull in a reefer of what evidently feigns to be marijuana, in the movie Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Minds. Kirsten performs a mind-erasing experiment with his boyfriend and starts dancing in her undies and jumping in bed while the sweet cannabis sets in. Cinema Verite?
Kirsten if you like the weed, you should try the cheez-wiz bonanza puffs, orange high-hoopla, starlicious psychoactive creams whizzhhisshwoootowishhwizzzzzzz
Thursday, 29 March, 2007
SEOUL: South Korean scientists, once led by disgraced stem cell researcher Hwang Woo-suk, on Monday said they had created the world’s first cloned wolves, which were produced to help an endangered species.
A team at Seoul National University, which produced the world’s first cloned dog in 2005 — an Afghan hound named Snuppy — showed off the the two Korean wolves named Snuwolf and Snuwolffy that were born a year and a half ago.
It took the team a while to publish its findings likely because of extra scrutiny due to being implicated in fraud, a member said.
“Normally, scientific periodicals would not ask for mitochondrial DNA verification but we needed to produce it due to previous problems,” said Lee Byung-chun, a professor who heads the research team.
Lee said the quarterly periodical Cloning and Stem Cells will publish the team’s findings in its upcoming issue.
Lee said cloning the Korean wolf could help the species survive. Wolves have not been spotted in the wild in South Korea for about 20 years, Lee said, and the only ones that are known to exist in the South are in a small pack of about 10 at a nature park in Seoul.
Snuppy was dubbed one of the most amazing inventions of 2005 by Time magazine. Independent testing has concluded the dog was an actual clone.