Les bases Lunaires Liste supposé de bases aliens sur la Terre, la Lune et Mars =========================================================================== Le géologue Steeve Stroy: " Avant tout, je dois préciser que j'ai trouvé, 44 sites lunaires, avec des anomalies suspectes ." Cela fait six ans que le géologue amateur Steeve Stroy, étudie les photos lunaires de la NASA. Suite à ces intenses recherches, il prétend avoir trouvé la preuve d'une présence extraterrestre sous un cratère lunaire. "Autour de l'impact de ce cratère, on retrouve bien toute la géologie normale. Mais sur le flanc du cratère, on trouve aussi des formes orthogonales et géométriques ainsi que des ruines lunaires. "Les choses que l'on voit sur la Lune sont quelque chose d'énorme. Les cosmonautes de la mission Apollo ont vu et même filmé la base lunaire surnommée LUNA. On y voit aussi divers types d'astronefs, les uns absolument gigantesques, d'autres beaucoup plus petits. Nous ne pouvons que conclure que : Les mystères de la lune
Critical thinking will set you free! « Hornbill Unleashed By Sim Kwang Yang Our mind and our heart are our most precious and free possessions, and yet all through life, we allow our minds and our hearts to be enslaved by others and ourselves. We can free ourselves from such external or self-enslavement only through critical thinking. The imperfect Wikipedia gives the following various definitions of “critical thinking”: “Critical thinking is purposeful and reflective judgment about what to believe or what to do in response to observations, written expressions, or arguments. What a mouthful of words. Essentially, critical thinking is not just a skill, and it is far more than skills in problem solving. Critical thinking is not just about finding means to an end, but thinking about the end also. Critical thinking begins with questions. Critical thinking is also about questioning our own questioning. In a logic class I attended over 35 years ago, I was taught many “illogical fallacies” commonly accepted by logicians for being illegitimate. Like this:
Diamagnetic Gravity Vortexes Diamagnetic Gravity Vortexes by Richard LeFors Clark Waves of gravity pour from an extraordinary (and imaginary) cosmic accident —a head-on collision of two black holes approaching from left and right. Kenneth Eppley and Larry Smarr used a computer to calculate and draw contours of the variable curvature of space that constitutes the radiation. Such a collision would convert about a thousandth part of the rest-energy of the black holes into gravity waves. (Photo: L. THE EARTH GRID, HUMAN LEVITATION AND GRAVITY ANOMALIES Knowledge of the Earth Grid or "crystalline Earth" is very ancient and has been utilized by a number of civilizations. While the subject of the Earth Grid has by now been covered in a considerable number of publications, one point in the Grid, marked by a long and strange history, at the eastern tip of Lake Ontario, is worth special mention. Daniel Home is the world famous levitator of the 19th century who lived in this Lake Ontario Grid point area. Diagram 8 and 9
Masonic E-Book Library Note: Many of the e-books in this library are several hundred pages long and include illustrations. It takes a minimum of a high-speed DSL or cable modem to download many of them. i.e. Mackey's Masonry Defined takes 3 minutes just to download the text. A Message from our Librarian Max Heindel - Rosicrucian Mysteries_An Elementary Exposition of their Secret Teachings Bibliography of the Writings and Works of Albert Pike Committee for Relief of Knights Templar and Ancient and Accepted Scotch Rite Masons Albert Pike - The Book Of The Words Freemason Instructions to All Degrees 10,000 Famous Freemasons by William R. A Charge By Any Other Name Is Still A Charge by W. Ancient and Modern Initiation by Max Heindel The Arcane Schools - Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4 - Part 5 - Part 6 - Part 7 The Book of Enoch The Book of the Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite by Charles T. Brothers and Builders; by Bro. The Builder by Joseph Fort Newton The Builder Magazine (1915 - 1930) The Kabbalah Unveiled by S.
Beautiful Gardens From Around The World – 13 pictures | World inside pictures 1.Boboli Gardens The Bobobli Gardens, behind the Pitti Palace in Florence, Italy were groundbreaking in the early 18th century for their open design. 2.Rikugien Gardens ”Rikugien literally means ‘six poems garden’ and reproduces in miniature 88 scenes from famous poems. 3.Claude Monet Gardens in Giverny The pool with nympheas, in Claude Monet’s garden at Giverny. 4.Butchart Gardens, Victoria, B.C. 5.Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens Table Mountain looms in the distance of this vista from Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens in South Africa. 6.Yu Gardens – Shanghai The 400-year-old Yu Gardens were built in the Ming Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Jia Jin, and restored in the 1960s. 7.Abraham Lincoln Memorial Gardens Designed by Jens Jensens in the 1930s, the Lincoln Memorial Gardens are planted with native species from the three states Lincoln lived in: Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois. 8.Exbury Gardens – New Forest, England Amazing colors reflect on the calm waters of Exbury Lake.
Alchemy & The Philospher Stone CodeBangers | A collection of solutions for the bastard programming problems. How to Study Less by Learning Things Once You read over your notes. Then you read them over again. Then you read them over a third time. Then you take the test and are surprised at just how much you missed. Despite reading everything three times! A lot of study time is wasted because of one problem: you fail to learn things the first time around. Repeatedly going over the same information like putting a band-aid over a sieve. The key to reducing the amount of time you study is simple: learn things the first time you see them, instead of after dozens of repetitions. This is all easier said than done. Step One: Find the Holes If you want to repair a leaky brain, you need to figure out where the holes are. What from this section am I most likely to forget? When you identify weak points, you can invest more time in fixing those instead of wasting time with a blanket studying technique of all information. Step Two: Repair Weak Points Once you’ve identified potential weak-points, you should immediately seek to fix them. Memorizing?
How to Think Like a Genius Edit Article One Methods:Metaphorming: The Official "Think Like a Genius"® Method There are many ways to classify a genius. But if you look at the historical figures whom most people would consider geniuses, such as Albert Einstein, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Beethoven, you can see one thing they all share in common: they were all able to think in a way different from the mainstream, and thus made connections that no one else did. Based on that pattern, this article will address some of the ways you can think like a genius. Ad Steps <img alt="Think Like a Genius Step 1 Version 3.jpg" src=" width="670" height="503">1Love learning. <img alt="Think Like a Genius Step 6 Version 3.jpg" src=" width="670" height="503">6Think differently. Tips
10 Tips to Speed Reading by Speed Reading Expert, Richard L. Feldman, Ph.D. (Columbia University) 10. Many people can double their reading speed and improve their concentration by reading the material that’s important to them early in the day. 9. Create three piles for your reading materials – important, moderately important, and least important. 8. Speed read for main ideas in nonfiction works like how-to books and educational texts. 7. Improve your reading comprehension, reading speed, and concentration by turning headings and subheadings in textbooks and other nonfiction books into questions. 6. Prop your book or magazine using a bookstand – angling your reading material at 45 degrees improves your reading speed and reduces eyestrain. 5. Improve your reading speed and avoid re-reading correspondence by jotting brief notes immediately after reading each piece of correspondence. 4. 3. Look through material first to get a sense of what’s interesting and important to you, and what you might be able to skip. 2.
Ethereal Macro Photos of Snowflakes in the Moments Before They Disappear Russian photographer Andrew Osokin is a master of winter macro photography. His photo collection is chock full of gorgeous super-close-up photographs of insects, flowers, snow, and frost. Among his most impressive shots are photographs of individual snowflakes that have fallen upon the ground and are in the process of melting away. The shots are so detailed and so perfectly framed that you might suspect them of being computer-generated fabrications. They’re not though. You can enjoy many more of Osokin’s impressive photographs (16 pages worth, at the moment) over on his LensArt.ru website. Andrew Osokin Photography [LensArt via The Curious Brain via Colossal] Image credits: Photographs by Andrew Osokin and used with permission
10 Futuristic Materials Lifeboat Foundation Safeguarding Humanity Skip to content Switch to White Special Report 10 Futuristic Materials by Lifeboat Foundation Scientific Advisory Board member Michael Anissimov. 1. Aerogel protecting crayons from a blowtorch. This tiny block of transparent aerogel is supporting a brick weighing 2.5 kg. Aerogel holds 15 entries in the Guinness Book of Records, more than any other material. Carbon nanotubes are long chains of carbon held together by the strongest bond in all chemistry, the sacred sp2 bond, even stronger than the sp3 bonds that hold together diamond. “Metamaterial” refers to any material that gains its properties from structure rather than composition. We’re starting to lay down thick layers of diamond in CVD machines, hinting towards a future of bulk diamond machinery. Diamonds may be strong, but aggregated diamond nanorods (what I call amorphous fullerene) are stronger. Transparent alumina is three times stronger than steel and transparent. inShare28 Materials
Top 10 Thinking Traps Exposed Our minds set up many traps for us. Unless we’re aware of them, these traps can seriously hinder our ability to think rationally, leading us to bad reasoning and making stupid decisions. Features of our minds that are meant to help us may, eventually, get us into trouble. Here are the first 5 of the most harmful of these traps and how to avoid each one of them. 1. “Is the population of Turkey greater than 35 million? Lesson: Your starting point can heavily bias your thinking: initial impressions, ideas, estimates or data “anchor” subsequent thoughts. This trap is particularly dangerous as it’s deliberately used in many occasions, such as by experienced salesmen, who will show you a higher-priced item first, “anchoring” that price in your mind, for example. What can you do about it? Always view a problem from different perspectives. 2. In one experiment a group of people were randomly given one of two gifts — half received a decorated mug, the other half a large Swiss chocolate bar. 3. 4.