The science fiction movies may be too optimistic.
Giant Asteroid on Collision Course with Earth Could Not Be Stopped by a Nuclear Bomb, NASA Simulation Shows
by Virgilio Marin | Natural News
An asteroid simulation exercise led by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has shown that our existing technology cannot take down a killer asteroid discovered six months before it hits the Earth.
Indeed, the exercise suggests that even a nuclear bomb isn’t enough to break the asteroid apart because the rock is too big. It also shows that preparing a spacecraft to smash into the asteroid is not feasible given the small amount of time remaining before the collision.
Probing Deep Space With a New Interstellar Spacecraft
by European Geosciences Union | SciTechDaily
When the four-decades-old Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 spacecraft entered interstellar space in 2012 and 2018, respectively, scientists celebrated. These plucky spacecraft had already traveled 120 times the distance from the Earth to the sun to reach the boundary of the heliosphere, the bubble encompassing our solar system that’s affected by the solar wind. The Voyagers discovered the edge of the bubble but left scientists with many questions about how our Sun interacts with the local interstellar medium. The twin Voyagers’ instruments provide limited data, leaving critical gaps in our understanding of this region.
Bessler’s Wheel was a possible free energy device developed hundreds of years ago.
In 1712 Johann Bessler exhibited a machine which he claimed drew its energy from gravity. Despite nearly twenty years of the most stringent tests, examinations and public trials, not the slightest sign of deception was ever found. Bessler always maintained that his machine was genuine and there was no convincing evidence to the contrary. He had a number of supporters and among his champions were some of the most respected men of the day. These men included Gottfried Leibniz and Christian Wolff, top scientists of the caliber of Newton.
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This video report briefly covers the theory that the Earth may be hollow and that there may even be another civilization within the Earth.
The VASIMR plasma rocket engine is capable of propelling a spacecraft to Mars in about 39 days. This advanced space propulsion system has been developed by the Ad Astra Rocket Company (AARC) headed by former NASA astronaut Dr. Franklin Chang Díaz. AARC is a leading spaceflight technology company that is developing the Variable Specific Impulse Magnetoplasma Rocket (VASIMR) technology.
Researchers are pinning their hopes on the telescope to study the very onset of the universe without the process being disturbed by radio interference from Earth. The Lunar Crater Radio Telescope, to be planted on the moon’s far side, would be tasked with analyzing radio waves originating from space. It would be able to observe the universe in wavelengths reflected by Earth’s atmosphere. Such wavelengths could uncover important cosmological or extrasolar planetary signatures that would otherwise not be detected.
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Virgin Galactic has revealed its latest suborbital spaceplane, a vehicle that looks similar to its existing SpaceShipTwo but incorporates significant structural improvements. The vehicle, built at Virgin Galactic’s facility in Mojave, California, is ready for ground tests there, with a flight test program at Spaceport America in New Mexico slated to begin this summer. Virgin Galactic’s spaceships are designed to take people and scientific experiments to and from suborbital space on rocket-powered space tourism flights.
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The original Star Trek series introduced the concept of the “warp drive” for faster-than-light interstellar travel. Then, in 1994, a physicist by the name of Miguel Alcubierre proposed a solution of Einstein’s general relativity field equations that might, in theory, allow such a drive to be developed. Since that time, various researchers have refined the original concept of the Alcubierre Drive to solve some of its inherent problems. This video report provides an introduction to this fascinating propulsion concept and explains how it would work.
Mars’s two moons, Phobos and Deimos, have puzzled researchers since their discovery in 1877. They are very small: Phobos’s diameter of 22 kilometers is 160 times smaller than that of our Moon, and Deimos is even smaller, with a diameter of only 12 kilometers. Earth’s moon is essentially spherical, while the moons of Mars are very irregularly shaped. They look more like asteroids than natural moons.
This led people to suspect that they might in fact be asteroids that were captured in Mars’s gravity field. Captured objects would be expected to follow an eccentric orbit around the planet, and that orbit would be at a random inclination. However, the orbits of the Martian moons are almost circular and move in the equatorial plane of Mars. So, what is the explanation for the current orbits of Phobos and Deimos? To solve this dynamic problem, researchers relied on computer simulations. They came to the conclusion that Phobos and Deimos are the remains of a larger Martian moon that was disrupted between 1 and 2.7 billion years ago.
Researchers Say They’ve Solved the Puzzling Mystery of the Moons of Mars
If travel to distant stars within an individual’s lifetime is going to be possible, a means of faster-than-light propulsion will have to be found. To date, even recent research about superluminal (faster-than-light) transport based on Einstein’s theory of general relativity would require vast amounts of matter with “exotic” physical properties such as negative energy density. This type of matter cannot currently be found or manufactured in viable quantities. In contrast, new research carried out at the University of Göttingen gets around this problem by constructing a new class of hyper-fast ‘warp bubbles’ using sources with only positive energies. This reignites debate about the possibility of faster-than-light travel based on conventional physics.
Breaking the Warp Barrier for Faster-Than-Light Travel
Brave, the privacy-focused web browser, is currently preparing to launch its own search engine for desktop and mobile users, according to recent reports. The company’s goal is to offer a complete package of browsing and search untouchable by the Masters of the Universe. Soon Brave will be providing a search and browsing experience to its users that is entirely free of Big Tech’s influence.
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NGC 2336 is the quintessential galaxy — big, beautiful and blue — and it was captured in an image by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. The barred spiral galaxy stretches an immense 200,000 light-years across and is located approximately 100 million light-years away in the northern constellation of Camelopardalis (The Giraffe).
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A new approach to solar panels attempts to generate energy during the night, when there is no sunlight to turn into energy. This new invention could make solar a more efficient and reliable option for energy generation.
These Anti-Solar Panels Don’t Require Daylight to Generate Power
by Joe Martino | Collective Evolution
Energy is one of the most important elements to any functioning society, and since our modern era of living uses so much power, the industry is always looking to evolve towards newer and more efficient solutions. Furthermore, given the environmental damage that often comes with many of our modern energy generation practices, people have been thinking outside the box to come up with ideas that are harmonious with mother nature.
Japanese scientists have discovered a mechanism that allows people to get rid of the so-called senescent cells and thus halts the aging process, with the possibility of administering a drug that can trigger this mechanism in 5-10 years, professor Makoto Nakanishi of the Institute of Medical Science, the University of Tokyo, said.
Japanese Scientists Say Use of Anti-Aging Drug May Begin in 5-10 Years