Thursday, October 30, 2014

A Virus Found In Lakes May Be Literally Changing The Way People Think


A Virus Found In Lakes May Be Literally Changing The Way People Think
Viruses from space will eat your brain! So true, but most people will think it only a science fiction movie plot, and go see it when it comes out. Yeah, I know, the virus in this article was discovered in a lake. Not as exciting.

Well, a whole lot of stuff on this planet and all other planets have stuff on them from space. Like everything. Everything comes from space. Sure most things burn up in the atmosphere, so that only leaves a few things that somehow manage to get in. Percentage wise, we are only talking billions of things. Large and very small things, every day. But who's counting? For the most part, no one is.

And we thought it was Washington and Hollywood, that was dumbing down the human race.

Oh no, it could be Space Aliens....


Lou



By Kevin Loria
6 hours ago

Could something in this water change your brain?
While conducting a separate experiment, a group of scientists from Johns Hopkins and the University of Nebraska accidentally discovered something unexpected and potentially disturbing.
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/virus-found-lakes-may-literally-145000290.html

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Even Worldwide Pandemic Can't Cull Unsustainable Human Population


crowd
In the Sixties Hollywood addressed this problem  with the movie "Soylent Green". Which predicted that by now people would be eating people to survive, to stay alive. Why? In such conditions it would be best to volunteer to become the food, gets some popcorn and enjoy the lovely last movie before they take your carcass to the slaughter house.

Anyway, this planet can and will hold many multiples of the numbers they stipulate will be humanity's gloom and doom scenario. Just as the movie Soylent Green, got it all wrong, so will all this "the sky is falling" nonsense, which crops up every other year or so.

Humans are going into space (like it or not) and technology will provide the hardware and software to build super structures (cities that are self-sustaining) and holding thousands of people each, comfortable and well fed.

The moon, Mars and space cities will absorb portions of the "burgeoning" human populations and add to the human population as well.

Food production is rocket science, and rocket science will dominate in the latter part of this century, in time to stave off worldwide food shortages, that exists mostly in the minds of paranoids. Sure, people go hungry around the world every day, been that way for thousands of years, even when there weren't many humans on this planet to hog the food supply.

 Lou      



http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/9909/20141028/even-worldwide-pandemic-cant-cull-unsustainable-human-population.htm
Environmental scientists for the most part agree that the human population is growing at an unsustainable rate, to the point that even fertility restrictions and a worldwide pandemic couldn't solve the problem, according to new research.
There are currently more than seven billion people on Earth. And despite the United Nation's (UN) belief that humanity would level off, so to speak, a

Saturday, October 25, 2014

MARS AND THE LOST PLANET MAN

The unauthorized history of the solar system, well, a little bit anyway, available soon.

Lou

We Are Told Nothing Escapes A Black Hole — But Scientists Caught This Lucky Star Doing Just That

black hole
Black holes certainly suck, but the big surprise will be when astronomers finally realized that Black holes also spit. In fact they spit out globs of stars and individuals stars regularly. They spit very fast and very far, and most telescopes that humans have don't catch them doing it. But some have and have been overlooked.

Lou


http://www.businessinsider.com/how-can-a-star-escape-a-black-hole-2014-10

The supermassive black hole in a nearby galaxy had a chance for a big meal but instead was left hungry.
A star passed by the black hole close enough that some of its mass fell into the black hole's gravitational grip, but far enough that the star managed to get away still intact with minor damage.

Scientists: Solar system inside a searing gas bubble






http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/27/tech/innovation/space-local-bubble/index.html?hpt=hp_t2
By Ben Brumfield, CNN
updated 9:23 AM EDT, Wed August 27, 2014 
(CNN) -- Ever feel like you live in a bubble?
You do. We all do.
Our whole solar system appears to, say space scientists, who published work last month corroborating its existence.
And, oh, what a bubble it is: About 300 light years long (about 1,764,000,000,000,000 miles), and its walls are made of hot gas. How hot? About a million degrees.

The Origin of Humans Is Surprisingly Complicated



Some explanation is forthcoming in a new book to be out soon.  But anthropologists and Darwinists, will not like it and might leave bad reviews on my book. So, all five star reviews are welcomed and appreciated! lol

Lou


The latest molecular analyses and fossil finds suggest that the story of human evolution is far more complex—and more interesting—than anyone imagined

Many kinds of archaic humans walked the planet at the same time. How did Homo sapiens come to be the last species standing?