||woensdag, 27 januari 2010
Colliding Particles Can Make Black Holes|
The key to forming a black hole is cramming enough mass or energy into a small enough volume, as happens when a massive star collapses. According to Einstein's theory of general relativity, mass and energy warp space and time, or spacetime, to create the effect we perceive as gravity. If a large enough mass or energy is crammed into a small enough space, that warping becomes so severe that nothing, not even light, can escape. The object thus becomes a black hole.
And two particles can make a miniscule black hole in just this way if they collide with an energy above a fundamental limit called the Planck energy.
Posted: 10:23:28 PM
7 wHOLES In The Earth
Mirny Diamond Mine , Siberia
Posted: 10:21:49 PM
Cash reward offered for Tony Blair's arrest |
Newspaper columnist and author George Monbiot has launched a website offering guidelines for people seeking to undertake a citizen's arrest of Blair, as well as accepting donations to reward those who try.
"At this stage the arrests will be largely symbolic, though they are likely to have great political resonance," Monbiot wrote in his column in The Guardian newspaper on Monday.
Blair must face justice
This site offers a reward to people attempting a peaceful citizen’s arrest of the former British prime minister, Tony Blair, for crimes against peace. Anyone attempting an arrest which meets the rules laid down here will be entitled to one quarter of the money collected at the time of his or her application.
Posted: 10:00:27 PM
Apple unveils new touchscreen tablet computer, the iPad |
The device, which is expected to be available in Australia by June, looks like an oversized iPod Touch.
It features a large 9.7-inch colour touchscreen and allows users to access the web, email, music, photos, eBooks and games.
Posted: 9:53:38 PM
Art for Today
Walter Van Beirendonck
Posted: 7:37:51 AM
Peru slide Machu Picchu|
Authorities closed the Inca trail, a popular tourist trek that follows a stone path built by the ancient civilization from their capital, Cuzco, to the Machu Picchu citadel.
Posted: 7:33:26 AM
'Ghost texts' haunt survivors as Haitian mobiles fire up |
* Haitian mobile service back online
* Messages, texts flood through
Haiti officials confirmed that more than 150,000 quake victims had been buried in mass graves but feared the final toll could be more than the 230,000 killed by the 2004 Asian tsunami.
Posted: 7:30:21 AM
In This Now
May 14 - 2 0 0 9 - on Articles
* BE Wise as Serpents
* SYNCS, SYMBOLS and CROPCIRCLES
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* Rumsfeld admits that "Flight 93" was shot down
* Keeping Your Energy Strong
* AND MORE :-)
Posted: 7:28:18 AM
Kerli's Creepy Video About Mind Control|
Kerli's 'Walking on Air' video is definitively a creepy one. The eerily dark atmosphere of the video is, however, not a simple question of aesthetics. It symbolically depicts the disturbed world of mind control experiments. We'll look at the imagery surrounding Kerli and her video 'Walking on Air'.
Those who are not aware of the existence of Mind Control should first look into the research of the likes of Fritz Springmeier (here), whose work describe the origins, the purpose and the symbolism associated with mind control and its usage in the military and the entertainment industry.
In a nutshell, Monarch programming involves making slaves go through dehumanizing traumas in order to force the fragmentation of their personality and the creation of an 'alter', which can be programmed by the handlers.
The subjects are constantly monitored, drugged and abused.
They have to submit to sadistic mind games and are taught that evil is good, pain is pleasure and so on.
Here is a quick overview of Monarch programming by researcher Roger Patton.
Posted: 7:21:49 AM
Channeling your inner alien? Maybe, scientists say|
For decades, scientists have scanned the heavens in search of extraterrestrial life. Perhaps they should have looked closer to home. Variant life forms — most likely tiny microbes — could still be hanging around "right under or noses — or even in our noses," Paul Davies, an award-winning Arizona State University physicist, told a group of scientists Tuesday.
Posted: 7:09:44 AM
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