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Photographer Captures Detailed Photos of the Sun From His Backyard

Alan Friedman of Buffalo, New York is an amateur astrophotography enthusiast who captures amazing photographs of the Sun through a telescope in his backyard. His highly detailed photographs show the sun in ways you never see with your naked eye. Using special filters that allow the photos to be captured without destroying his camera or his eyes, Friedman creates images of our life-giving star that look more like something you might see under a microscope. In his artist statement for the work, Friedman writes, My photographs comprise a solar diary,…

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Astronomers Just Found an Epic Ring Around an Exotic Dwarf Planet in Our Solar System

Beyond the orbit of Neptune there are hundreds or even thousands of mysterious dwarf planets, most of which we know almost nothing about – but there’s a lot to learn when we catch a rare glimpse. Today, scientists are reporting the discovery of a vast ring encircling Haumea, a distant dwarf planet that takes some 284 Earth years to orbit the Sun, and it’s the first time we’ve seen a ring in this category of minor planet. Of course, rings around larger worlds in the Solar System are common, and…

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BREAKING: Physicists Just Smashed a Quantum Light Measurement Limit

Scientists have set a new record in optical measurements using photons, achieving a level of precision that before now was only possible in the world of theory. In a first-of-its-kind experiment, a team of physicists has broken through what’s called the shot-noise limit – maximising the amount of information that can be extracted from individual particles of light in optical measurements. For decades, theoretical physicists have predicted that taking measurements with photons in quantum states – where individual particles of light are entangled – could deliver an advantage over measurements…

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NASA Accidentally Shows Evidence of Large-Scale Weather Manipulation In Satellite Photos

Hurricane Matthew and its successor Irma have turned weather into a dominant theme in the forefront of the public’s mind. From extreme flooding to widespread debris damage, people have witnessed the incredible power of mother nature—but is there something else at work here? Long have rumors circulated that the U.S. government is engaged in a decades-long geoengineering effort—and why not? The ability to control the weather could be the ultimate tool for good—or for destruction. Whether its chemtrails or weather manipulators like HAARP, the link between covert government operations and the effects…

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Six Pharmaceutical Medicines That Instantly Make Your Health Worse

Can you guess how many Americans take prescription drugs? Did you guess one in 20 or maybe one in 10? Or did you possibly guess as many as one out of every five Americans? If you guessed any of those you would be wrong. A new report published by the CDC shows nearly half of all Americans are taking chemical medicine for their ailments. That means over 150 million Americans have experimental, unproven chemical drugs swimming in their bloodstream right now, adding to the health chaos that comes mainly from…

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CERN physicist: ‘We’ve done something we shouldn’t have done’

This device, located underground, is 20 miles in diameter and spans two countries. It was built to study the birth of the universe, but it has been doing different experiments. This device was built, instead, to study UFOs. And the government of the US, Great Britain, and France is behind this. They studied where the UFOs came from, which period, whether there was any truth behind UFOs. The device along with math found the universe is a page of itself. There is even a way to open the door to…

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Astronomers Identify Mysterious Explosion Of Light First Seen Back In 1437

Korea, March 11, 1437. Back then, it was a united country under the rule of the Joseon Dynasty, and paper currency had just been invented on the peninsula. On that very eve, though, Korean stargazers witnessed an explosion of light that they suspected may have been the birth of a new star within our galaxy. For 14 days, this new light adorned the night sky, until it vanished without a trace. Documented in philosophical texts, the detailed description of the event made it seem like more of a genuine astronomical…

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Two scientists have shown that the soul exists and that ‘it never dies but returns to the Universe’

The American physician, Dr. Stuart Hamerroff and the British physicist Sir Roger Penrose have developed a quantum theory of consciousness, which states that our souls are contained within structures called microtubules within our brain cells. The idea was developed due to the concept that the brain is a biological computer, with 100 billion neurons, whose synaptic connections act as information networks. Dr. Hameroff, a professor emeritus in the Department of Anesthesiology and Psychology and Director of the Center for Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona, and Sir Roger, have…

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New SUPER-SIZED Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland WILL create black hole on earth

SCIENTISTS have discovered black holes are easier to create than previously thought, meaning the Large Hadron Collider’s (LHC) super-sized successor will be powerful enough to spawn one. The existing LHC is already a whopping 27 kilometres in length but the next one will range from 80 to 100 kilometres, it has been revealed. The LHC 2.0, or Future Circular Collider (FCC), will revolutionise the world of physics when it is up and running, and build on the work of its predecessor. It will produce the power of 10 MILLION lightning…

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Don’t Panic, but Physicists in Australia Just Proved Reality Doesn’t Exist

Get ready to have your mind blown. According to an experiment led by two physicists in Australia, reality doesn’t exist. Turn on, tune in, and drop out man, because the world as you know it is all kinds of weird, at least on a quantum level. Andrew Truscott and Roman Khakimov of The Australian National University used atoms to put a John Wheeler delayed-choice thought experiment to practical use. The Wheeler thought experiments ask, in theory, at what point does an object decide to act like one thing or another….

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