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nwo, ufo, demon, alien
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man who designed and created nuclear bombs was also into heavy occult
practices which included seances with fellow colleagues.http://wideeyecinema.com/?p=733http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_m-DLdWJ3UFunny Ufos show up around that time...With
many many rituals, and unthinkable evil that many have now produces,
the Nephilim are back for sure, and if not physically yet, they will be
Sep 29 10 1:34 PM
By Heidi Blake
Published: 11:30AM BST 26 Sep 2010
Mazlan Othman, a Malaysian astrophysicist, is set to be tasked with
co-ordinating humanity’s response if and when extraterrestrials make
Aliens who landed on earth and asked: “Take me to your leader” would be
directed to Mrs Othman.
She will set out the details of her proposed new role at a Royal Society
conference in Buckinghamshire next week.
The 58-year-old is expected to tell delegates that the proposal has been
prompted by the recent discovery of hundreds of planets orbiting other
starts, which is thought to make the discovery of extraterrestrial life more
probable than ever before.
Mrs Othman is currently head of the UN’s little known Office for Outer Space
In a recent talk to fellow scientists, she said: “The continued search for
extraterrestrial communication, by several entities, sustains the hope that
some day human kind will received signals from extraterrestrials.
“When we do, we should have in place a coordinated response that takes into
account all the sensitivities related to the subject. The UN is a ready-made
mechanism for such coordination.”
Professor Richard Crowther, an expert in space law at the UK space agency who
leads delegations to the UN, said: “Othman is absolutely the nearest thing
we have to a ‘take me to your leader’ person”.
The plan to make Unoosa the co-ordinating body for dealing with alien
encounters will be debated by UN scientific advisory committees and should
eventually reach the body’s general assembly.
Opinion is divided about how future extraterrestrial visitors should be
greeted. Under the Outer Space Treaty on 1967, which Unoosa oversees, UN
members agreed to protect Earth against contamination by alien species by
Mrs Othman is understood to support a more tolerant approach.
But Professor Stephen Hawking has warned that alien interlopers should be
treated with caution.
He said: “I imagine they might exist in massive ships, having used up all the
resources from their home planet. The outcome for us would be much as when
Christopher Columbus first landed in America, which didn’t turn out very
well for the Native Americans.”
Sep 30 10 7:14 PM
An artist rendering shows the four inner planets of the Gliese 581 system and their host star.
Gliese 581g may be the new Earth.
A team of astronomers from the University of California and the Carnegie Institute of Washington say they've found a planet like ours, 20 light years (120 trillion miles) from Earth, where the basic conditions for life are good.
"The chances for life on this planet are 100 percent," Steven Vogt, a UC professor of astronomy and astrophysics says. "I have almost no doubt about it."
The planet is three times the size of Earth, but the gravity is similar.
Dr. Elizabeth Cunningham, planetarium astronomer at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, says the discovery is a huge deal.
"It could have liquid water on the surface," she said. "That's the first step to find life."
The Gliese 581 system's orbit compared to our own solar system. The planet labeled G is the one scientists believe could very likely support life.
There are hundreds of known extrasolar planets that have been discovered in the Milky Way, but this is the first that could support life.
Earthlings won't be traveling to Gliese 581g any time soon unfortunately. Scientists say a spaceship traveling close to the speed of light would take 20 years to make this journey.
But if we did - we'd find some other things familiar. The atmosphere and gravity are similar to Earth, and if you're from the polar regions, you'd definitely feel right at home. Scientists say the highest average temperature is about -12 degrees Celcius (10 Fahrenheit), but they point out that the planet doesn't have a night and day - one side continually faces the star and the other side faces the darkness of space. This means one side is blazing hot and the other freezing cold.
Gliese orbits a red dwarf star called Gliese 581. Cunningham says "it's a Goldilocks planet."
"It's not too hot, it's not too cold, it's just right" for water to form, Cunningham said.
The area is called the "Goldilocks zone."
Other planets near Gliese 581g have been discovered, but they are not habitable and are mainly comprised of gas. Gliese 581g, however, is a rocky planet.
It was discovered using the Keck telescope in Hawaii which has been observing the star Gliese 581 for 11 years.
"Keck's long-term observations of the wobble of nearby stars enabled the detection of this multi-planetary system," said Mario R. Perez, Keck program scientist at NASA headquarters in Washington.
Astronomers are excited this new planet was discovered so fast and relatively close by.
"I'm surprised we found one so fast," Cunningham said. "The implication is either we were very lucky or these planets could be relatively common."
Gliese 581g is in the constellation of Libra. While Earth takes 365 days to orbit our star, the sun, Gliese 581g orbits its star in 37 days.
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