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Michio Kaku 3 types of Civilizations

Michio Kaku 3 types of Civilizations
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The Legend of Atlantis [Full Documentary] – It’s Time to Wake Up Thousands of years ago the gods came down to Earth from the stars to initiate a genesis. Human civi... Thousands of years ago the gods came down to Earth from the stars to initiate a genesis. Human civilization was formed and reached a peak with Atlantis. A secret brotherhood brought Atlantean secret teachings before the fall to Egypt. The thrilling documentation shows for the first time the secret activities of a brotherhood in relations with invisible masters from Shambhala and Agharta and the secret about the hollow earth. Following the catastrophe in Atlantis all nations were dispersed. The heirs of these secret brotherhoods led mankind during the Dark Age… through Atlantean knowledge and through all ages. In modern times the Freemasons, Templars and Illuminati brotherhoods were formed. With Hitler these occult sects came to power. Atlantean secret knowledge tells us the legend of mankind and those souls, who have to undergo cycles.

Toward a Type 1 civilization Our civilization is fast approaching a tipping point. Humans will need to make the transition from nonrenewable fossil fuels as the primary source of our energy to renewable energy sources that will allow us to flourish into the future. Failure to make that transformation will doom us to the endless political machinations and economic conflicts that have plagued civilization for the last half-millennium. We need new technologies to be sure, but without evolved political and economic systems, we cannot become what we must. And what is that? A Type 1 civilization. In a 1964 article on searching for extraterrestrial civilizations, the Soviet astronomer Nikolai Kardashev suggested using radio telescopes to detect energy signals from other solar systems in which there might be civilizations of three levels of advancement: Type 1 can harness all of the energy of its home planet; Type 2 can harvest all of the power of its sun; and Type 3 can master the energy from its entire galaxy.

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Portal:International relations From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Welcome to the International Relations Portal Apart from political science, international relations draw upon such diverse fields as economics, history, international law, philosophy, geography, social work, sociology, anthropology, criminology, psychology, gender studies, and cultural studies / culturology. The League of Nations was an intergovernmental organization founded as a result of the Paris Peace Conference that ended the First World War. –When a task is completed, please remove it from the list. Purge server cache Astrobiology: Life in the Universe NAI Director’s Seminar Series: Victoria Orphan Victoria Orphan. Credit: mbari.orgVictoria Orphan, Professor of Geobiology at the California Institute of Technology, will be presenting the next NAI Director’s Seminar on April 21, 2014, at 11AM PDT. Orphan is a specialist in molecular microbial ecology. She studies anaerobic microbial communities involved in carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur cycling. The title of her talk is “Methane-Based Life in a Deep-Sea Concrete Jungle.” An example of wrinkle mats at the Dresser Formation.

BBC Four - Hidden Killers, Hidden Killers of the Tudor Home An Atlas of The Universe Fuck Yeah Fluid Dynamics Reader isotropicposts writes: Hi, I’m taking a fluids class and I’m not sure I understand the whole lagrangian-eulerian measurements of velocity and acceleration. Could you explain this? This is a really great question because the Eulerian versus Lagrangian distinction is not obvious when you first learn about it. If you think about a fluid flowing, there are two sensible reference frames from which we might observe. The first is the reference frame in which we are still and the fluid rushes by. The other way to observe fluid motion is to follow a particular bit of fluid around and see how it evolves. In the end, both reference frames contain the same physics (Einstein would not have it any other way), but sometimes one is more useful than the other in a given situation.

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