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Published: Sun, 23 Jun 2013 10:11:47 PST
Comets and Biblical Catastrophes
Sat, 08 Jun 2013 19:00:03 PST
The direct correlation between biblical catastrophic events and natural terrestrial effects is readily substantiated, but what is the indicated causal mechanism for these catastrophic events?
Do You Believe In the Existence of an Alternative 3 Agenda?
Sat, 16 Feb 2013 23:17:34 PST
If catastrophic circumstances were to befall the world in the coming years, do you fear your status within society will play a role in your future survival? There is a growing anxiety that the people with the most influence, power and wealth will have a better chance of living through a major disaster or end-of-world tragedy because of alleged steps put into place to protect the 'elite.' That is the belief held by some, and verbalized by people like David Ambrose and Christopher Miles, who put the notion out there that the superpowers of the world have secretly banned together for decades to develop a secret space program for the elite.
The Tracking and Monitoring of Criminals from Space Today, What Next Tomorrow?
Sun, 20 Jan 2013 23:40:21 PST
In the United States, a criminal released from prison on parole or sentenced to house arrest may have to wear a monitor usually referred to as an 'ankle bracelet' as a way to keep a tab on their whereabouts. The monitor sends off a radio frequency that delivers the location and other details to a receiver. If someone wearing the monitor travels outside of their allowed range, the police are alerted. Criminals cannot tamper with or remove the monitor without the proper authorities knowing. However, higher-ups in the United Kingdom have come up with a different planâ€¦
Approaching Comet Set To Outshine The Moon Next Year
Mon, 01 Oct 2012 13:47:10 PST
A newly discovered comet is set to come so close to the Earth that scientists believe that it will outshine the moon by the end of next year. While the comet doesn't have a trajectory that have it slamming into the earth, most people will still feel uneasy with the comet coming so close. And if history has shown us, every astrological event will have some people acting stranger than usual. But either way, next year will definitely be a sight for sore eyes.
Random Facts about the Universe
Sat, 29 Sep 2012 22:54:10 PST
The 'universe' is the term used to define all of the things that exist, including the planets, stars, galaxies, as well as all matter and energy. In our quest to better understand the world and answer questions about mankind, the universe is at the center of everything. In this article, you will learn facts and trivia concerning the universe, such as Big Bang Theory.
NASA Team Currently Training To Deflect Future Oncoming Asteroid
Fri, 28 Sep 2012 19:51:12 PST
Like straight out of the apocalyptic movie "Armageddon," the Business Standard website is reporting that a highly specialized NASA team is currently being trained for a urgent mission to deflect an oncoming asteroid that is expected to collide with the Earth sometime in the 2020's. While information is scarce about the classified mission, this just might be man's last chance to stop a future extinction level event.
NASA Developing Real Life Warp Drive Within Our Lifetime!
Wed, 19 Sep 2012 21:52:39 PST
NASA scientists are starting to develop a real life warp drive like those seen in science fiction. This is no joke. Many NASA physicists say that the concept of traveling light years in the matter of days or weeks might not be that difficult after all. Twenty years ago, the chance of interstellar space travel would of been preposterous to mainstream scientists. Now, it seems that it's not only possible, it's also achievable.
Asteroid Apophis Just Might Ram Into Earth in 2036
Sat, 08 Sep 2012 01:09:33 PST
Astronomers believe that a 500 hundred meter long asteroid named Apophis will fly extremely close to the Earth in 2036. How close? It might be closer than some of our GPS satellites. Whatâ€™s to say that the Earthâ€™s magnetic field might grapple onto in this object and have it plunge into earth? Until then, astronomers, scientists, and world governmentâ€™s are racing to make doomsday scenario plans in case of an extinction level event.
Scientists: Massive Solar Storm Imminent Within 2 Years
Thu, 09 Aug 2012 23:52:32 PST
Scientists expect a massive solar storm to head our way within the next 2 years. But this won't be your typical "I have trouble with my reception today" type of storm. This just might be your "I'll have no reception for a couple of years" type of storm.
Giant Fireballs Crash In Russia
Sun, 29 Jul 2012 18:00:53 PST
This past week 3 giant fireballs were witnessed entering the Russian sky. While this was an awesome site to witness, the crash brought up more questions than answers. Were these your average run of the mill meteorites? Or was it something else?
Astronomy Museums in the United States
Fri, 27 Jul 2012 11:29:56 PST
With a variety of objects held in trust with the National Air and Space Museum, there are about 50,000 objects that a visitor may encounter, which include various aircraft, spacecraft, bombs, engines, rockets, uniforms, spacesuits, balloons and artwork. In this article, you will learn more about this particular Smithsonian Museum, as well as other space-related museums in the U.S.
Outer Space Movie Trivia & Facts: Prometheus
Wed, 25 Jul 2012 23:54:47 PST
Traveling to the darkest regions of the universe, a team of explorers is on the hunt for the origins of mankind on Earth. It is there that they engage in a battle to save the future of humankind. In this adventure, science fiction, thriller film, those who enjoy watching movies about outer space and the threats of the human race, follow this article, which will highlight trivia and facts regarding 'Prometheus.'
Elements of a Good Science Fiction Movie II
Sun, 10 Jun 2012 22:55:29 PST
From the evil scientist creating something to end the world to the ability to travel through space and time, science fiction books and movies present a wide range of elements to snag the attention of readers and viewers. In this article, you will encounter some of the publications and films that highlight common themes of the science fiction genre.
Asteroid Warning System Would Alert and Educate the World
Sat, 09 Jun 2012 22:54:41 PST
According to a new report, the world needs to come up with a system that would warn and communicate with other nations across the globe if a catastrophic asteroid should strike the Earth. If an impending strike were to take place, the system should be able to send international warnings, as well as educate the public on the threats associated with objects that come too close to the Earth. In this article, you will learn more about the proposed system and why it is important to consider.
Sun Transit Turns Eyes Toward Venus
Wed, 06 Jun 2012 05:56:40 PST
One of several major rare astronomical events to happen this year occurred between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning calling astronomers and sky watchers out to take a look. Using special equipment to block the sun's powerful rays from overpowering the lens, astronomers observed the rare event, not scheduled to take place again for another century.
The Man Who Claimed the Universe
Wed, 06 Jun 2012 05:25:24 PST
It was an unusual morning on New Year's Day in 1949 when James T. Mangan rolled into an unsuspecting courthouse to make the largest legal claim ever to cross the desk of a judge. Space exploration was just beginning to become a reality with big plans on the horizon for the USSR's "Object D." Unaware of these developments, a strange man went to court in Cook County, Illinois and laid claim to the entire universe, which he said would henceforth be known as Celestia. Mangan's story is the tale of a man who attempted to sue the Universe into his own pocket.
Future of Private Space Flight Reboots
Wed, 23 May 2012 14:43:41 PST
After a "no-go" mere days ago at the launch pad, the private space industry is giving the industry another shot as they carry their dragon supply craft up into space. The trailblazing SpaceX company fired its shuttle from the Space Complex at Cape Canaveral and made its next foray into space without incident. The launch once again raises the question about government's role in space travel.
The Universe's Most Troubling Paradoxes
Tue, 01 May 2012 06:51:06 PST
The universe seems like a chaotic place. Rules seem to guide a flow of random chances with even known universal laws occasionally overruling and rejecting one another. And on top of all of that the human race has put before itself the task of understanding everything. But somewhere along its journey it's come up with some extremely chilling theories about life the universe and everything.
Is Interplanetary Housing Market on the Horizon?
Fri, 06 Apr 2012 20:16:27 PST
Mars isn't for sale. At least not yet. Technology and mineral needs may finally be pushing the human race to take steps into the further reaches of space, mining and then returning vast fortunes of minerals the likes of which our planet has not yet seen. But there's a problem. A 1967 treaty signed by the United States, the United Kingdom, and the former Soviet Union states explicitly that no human on Earth can lay claim to territory in outer space. But as this document remains on the books barring companies from heading out toward their own asteroids and mining the riches therein, the tides of change may soon be upon this treaty.