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La téléportation quantique de l’ADN par le Dr Luc Montagnier Le Dr Luc Montagnier et cinq autres chercheurs ont publié le 23 décembre 2010 un papier intitulé “DNA waves and water” Selon son étude, il semblerait que certaines séquences bactérienne et d’ADN virale induisent des ondes électromagnétiques de basse fréquence dans des hautes dilution aqueuses. Ce phénomène semble être démarré par le bruit de fond électromagnétique ambiant à très basse fréquence. Il interprète ce phénomène dans le cadre de la théorie quantique des champs. Du point de vue de l’establishment médico-scientifique, le Dr Montagnier c’est Dr Jekill et Mr Hyde. En clair, le Dr Montagnier dit que des ondes de très basse fréquence (7 Hz) semblent imprimer à l’eau du récipient B (100% pure) une image de fragments d’ADN contenu dans le récipient A, et que l’amplification par PCR de cette image recrée en vrai ces mêmes fragments d’ADN. Ce dessin issu de l’article du NewScientist sur cette affaire illustre bien le processus :

SIDC - Solar Influences Data Center Geomagnetic storm severity info (K-Index) NOAA / Space Weather Prediction Center The K-index is a code that is related to the maximum fluctuations of horizontal components observed on a magnetometer relative to a quiet day, during a three-hour interval. The conversion table from maximum fluctuation (nT) to K-index, varies from observatory to observatory in such a way that the historical rate of occurrence of certain levels of K are about the same at all observatories. In practice this means that observatories at higher geomagnetic latitude require higher levels of fluctuation for a given K-index. At SWPC, we monitor the preliminary values of the K-index, minute by minute, from a network of observatories that relay data in near-real time. The relationship between K, Kp, and estimated Kp The official planetary Kp index is derived by calculating a weighted average of K-indices from a network of geomagnetic observatories. In addition, the end-of-period NOAA estimated Kp index is used on our announcements and appears on our web site.

Cold and Spellbinding: An Alignment of Planets in the Sunset Sky Cold and Spellbinding: An Alignment of Planets in the Sunset Sky Feb. 17, 2012: Note to sky watchers: Put on your winter coats. What you’re about to read might make you feel an uncontrollable urge to dash outside. The brightest planets in the solar system are lining up in the evening sky, and you can see the formation—some of it at least—tonight. Go out at sunset and look west. If you go out at the same time tomorrow, the view improves, because Venus and Jupiter are converging. A special night to look is Saturday, Feb. 25th, when the crescent Moon moves in to form a slender heavenly triangle with Venus, Jupiter and the Moon as vertices (sky map). After hopping from Venus to Jupiter in late February, the Moon exits stage left, but the show is far from over. In March, Venus and Jupiter continue their relentless convergence until, on March 12th and 13th, the duo lie only three degrees apart—a spectacular double beacon in the sunset sky (sky map). Author:Dr.

Wholesale Coffee - Java Estate Roastery - Gourmet Specialty Coffee Distributor garnier-malet Sun Unleashes X6.9 Class Flare Sun Unleashes X6.9 Class Flare On August 9, 2011 at 3:48 a.m. EDT, the sun emitted an Earth-directed X6.9 flare, as measured by the NOAA GOES satellite. These gigantic bursts of radiation cannot pass through Earth's atmosphere to harm humans on the ground, however they can disrupt the atmosphere and disrupt GPS and communications signals. In this case, it appears the flare is strong enough to potentially cause some radio communication blackouts. It also produced increased solar energetic proton radiation -- enough to affect humans in space if they do not protect themselves. There was also a coronal mass ejection (CME) associated with this flare. Updates will be forthcoming if needed. Related Links: › Solar Flares: What does it take to be X-class?› Karen C.

SECCHI - Solar Physics Branch - Naval Research Laboratory Astronomy Picture of the Day Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. 2016 April 15 Mercury and Crescent Moon Set Image Credit & Copyright: Miguel Claro (TWAN, Dark Sky Alqueva) Explanation: Innermost planet Mercury and a thin crescent Moon are never found far from the Sun in planet Earth's skies. Tomorrow's picture: Heliopause Electrostatic Rapid Transit System Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (UMCP)NASA Official: Phillip Newman Specific rights apply.NASA Web Privacy Policy and Important NoticesA service of:ASD at NASA / GSFC& Michigan Tech.

AR15 Scopes | Tactical Rifle Scopes | AR Scopes | Sniper Scopes univers primordial Preuves et démenti Cette image nous montre les divers stades de l'évolution du rayonnement fossile vers l' Univers d'aujourd'hui pour répondre à la question:"Qu'est-il arrivé autrefois pour produire le ciel d'aujourd'hui?" . La question suivante peut être: "Qu'adviendra-t-il plus tard ?" l' Univers est âgée de 13,7 milliards d'années avec 1% d'erreur. les premières étoiles se sont allumées seulement 200 millions d'années après le Big bang. 4% d'atomes, 23% de matière noire, 73% d'énergie noire. les nouvelles mesures de l'énergie noire la place plus comme constante cosmologique que comme quintessence (champ de pression d'énergie négative). Point de vue de Mr Magnan Pour rendre ce tour d'horizon plus complet, il faut tenir compte des avis opposés. Il met aussi en doute les traitements mathématiques qui après plusieurs manipulations ne peuvent plus rien prouver. que je traduis :

Le Soleil - SpaceWeather live Real-time plots auroral activity Welcome on SpaceWeatherLive! Below you will find the status of the solar wind and the Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF) from the past two hours as measured by the ACE spacecraft. Observed Kp: 2o Predicted Kp: 2- (+78m Kp: 2+) Kiruna Magnetogram This magnetogram gives you the values measured by the ground station of Kiruna (Sweden, Europa). EPAM - Electron Proton and Alpha Monitor EPAM stands for the electron, proton and alpha monitoring and is an instrument on the ACE satellite that measures the electrons and protons that are sent with the solar wind. Real-time solar activity Sunspot regions Sunspot number: 46 - New regions: 0 H-alpha plages without spots Solar flare 10% chance for an M-class solar flare1% chance for an X-class solar flare Highest value (2h max) Events on the sun today Below you'll find an overview of the solar flares that occurred today on the Sun, ordered by the time of the event. More events in the archive Farside