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SOLARCYCLE 24.com / SolarHam.com / Solar Cycle 24 / Spaceweather / Amateur Radio VHF Aurora Website Perigee "Super Moon" On May 5-6 Perigee "Super Moon" On May 5-6 May 2, 2012: The full Moon has a reputation for trouble. It raises high tides, it makes dogs howl, it wakes you up in the middle of the night with beams of moonlight stealing through drapes. If a moonbeam wakes you up on the night of May 5th, 2012, you might want to get out of bed and take a look. This May’s full Moon is a "super Moon,” as much as 14% bigger and 30% brighter than other full Moons of 2012. The scientific term for the phenomenon is "perigee moon." Such is the case on May 5th at 11:34 pm Eastern Daylight Time1 when the Moon reaches perigee. Okay, the Moon is 14% bigger than usual, but can you really tell the difference? The best time to look is when the Moon is near the horizon. Folklore holds that all kinds of wacky things happen under the light of a full Moon. The majority of modern studies, however, show no correlation between the phase of the Moon and the incidence of crime, sickness, or human behavior. Author:Dr.

National Earthquake Information Center - NEIC Earthquake Hazards Program National Earthquake Information Center - NEIC The mission of the National Earthquake Information Center (NEIC) is to determine rapidly the location and size of all destructive earthquakes worldwide and to immediately disseminate this information to concerned national and international agencies, scientists, and the general public. Earthquake Data Available from the NEIC Share this page: U.S. DOI and USGS link policies apply.

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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. Le phénomène concerné pourrait permettre de développer des systèmes de détection extrêmement sensibles pour les infections chroniques bactérienne et virales. Du point de vue de l’establishment médico-scientifique, le Dr Montagnier c’est Dr Jekill et Mr Hyde. Ce dessin issu de l’article du NewScientist sur cette affaire illustre bien le processus : La fin de son étude est particulièrement intéressante car elle fait référence au VIH.

Encuentran dos nuevas pirámides egipcias con ayuda de Google Earth Ver galería Esfinges de Egipto Un equipo de científicos estadounidenses ha descubierto dos emplazamientos en la rivera del Nilo, a unos 140 kilómtros de distancia de separación, donde podrían haberse erigido sendas pirámides, una de ellas de un tamaño tres veces mayor que la pirámide de Giza. El hallazgo, publicado por la investigadora Angela Micol en Arqueology News, se ha producido tras estudiar la zona durante más de una década con la ayuda de Google Earth. Concretamente, el primer descubrimiento se encuentra en el Alto Egipto, a unos 12 kilómetros de la ciudad de Abu Sidhum. En cuanto al segundo emplazamiento, situado 144 kilómetros más al norte, Nicol ha apuntado que contiene una figura de cuatro lados, aunque "cuando se observa desde arriba casi parece piramidal?.

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