New Obama Advisor John Podesta An Advocate For UFO Disclosure For all of you who hope the U.S. government will lift the veil on its alleged stockpile of evidence that Earth is being visited by extraterrestrials -- take heart. This week, former Clinton chief of staff and UFO advocate John Podesta was named as President Obama's newest advisor. Podesta, 64, has more than once publicly urged the U.S. government to release any UFO files that could help scientists determine "the real nature of this phenomenon." Podesta's stance on UFOs can be seen in the following video clip from the 2009 James Fox film, "I Know What I Saw." Podesta spoke at a 2002 news conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., where he called upon the U.S. government "to declassify [UFO] records that are more than 25 years old." Adding more fuel to the fire, Podesta wrote the foreword to Leslie Kean's 2010 New York Times bestseller, "UFOs: Generals, Pilots, And Government Officials Go On The Record": Drone SecrecyNSA SpyingAfghanistanThe American Political SystemUFOs
Massive Diamond Planet Orbits Neutron Star, Astronomers Find Math, Physics, and Engineering Applets Oscillations and Waves Acoustics Signal Processing Electricity and Magnetism: Statics Electrodynamics Quantum Mechanics Linear Algebra Vector Calculus Thermodynamics Mechanics Miscellaneous Licensing info. Links to other educational sites with math/physics-related information or java applets useful for teaching: And when you get tired of learning, here is some fun stuff: Pong Simulation Circuit-level simulation of original 1972 Pong. The Universe - How Big, How far, How fast - Documentary | HD 720p The Reptilian Aliens and the Council of the 13 'Royal' Families Excerpts from Blue Blood, True Blood: Conflict & Creation The leader of the Earth's Illuminati is called the "Pindar". ... Excerpts from Blue Blood, True Blood: Conflict & Creation The leader of the Earth's Illuminati is called the "Pindar". The Pindar is a member of one of the 13 ruling Illuminati families, and is always male. The title, Pindar, is an abbreviated term for "Pinnacle of the Draco". Symbolically, this represents the top of power, control, creation, penetration, expansion, invasion, and fear. The holder of this rank reports to the purebred Reptilian leader in the inner Earth. Recently, there are reports that the Marquis de Libeaux is the Pindar, but this is disinformation. He is based in Germany near Frankfurt. Interestingly, there is a winery on the east end of Long Island, not far from Montauk Point, called Pindar Vineyards. This fits nicely into the plan, as this area will be a part of the capital district of the Earth/United Nations in the Empire State! Publicly, Mr.
L'impressionnante fin de vie d'une étoile observée par les astronomes Les astronomes de la NASA ont dévoilé une nouvelle image de la nébuleuse de l'Esquimau. Situé à 4.200 années-lumière de la Terre, cet objet découle des émissions d'une étoile en fin de vie. Avez-vous déjà partagé cet article? Partager sur Facebook Partager sur Twitter Les étoiles comme notre Soleil peuvent devenir particulièrement photogéniques lorsqu'elles approchent de la fin de leur vie. Surnommé "nébuleuse de l'Esquimau", cet objet est ce que les astronomes appellent une nébuleuse planétaire. Une étoile qui éjectent ses couches externes En effet, les nébuleuses planétaires se forment lorsqu'une étoile a consommé tout son hydrogène. Ce dernier dont la température a la surface atteint environ 50.000°C se met alors aussi à éjecter ses couches externes grâce à un vent bien plus puissant atteignant les six millions de kilomètres par heure. Tout ce processus est ce qui arrivera à notre Soleil dans environ 5 milliards d'années quand il aura lui aussi consumé tout son hydrogène.
Ten Websites for Science Teachers We all know that the web is full of excellent web resources for science teachers and students. However, unless you live on the web, finding the best websites can become quite a challenge. This isn't a "Top Ten" list -- instead, it is a list of websites that I either use on a regular basis or just find interesting. From teaching resources for the nature of science and authentic field journals to wacky videos about numbers, I am sure that you will find something in the following list the works for you! Please share your favorite science web resources in the comment section! 1) Understanding Science UC Berkeley's Understanding Science website is a "must use" for all science teachers. 2) Field Research Journals The Field Book Project from the National Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian Institution Archives intends to create a "one stop" archive for field research journals and other documentation. 3) Evolution 4) PhET Simulations 5) Earth Exploration 6) EdHead Interactives video
History Channel The Universe Backyard Astronomers Part 1 of 6 First 3D Map of the Brain’s Connections We knew anatomy could be gorgeous, but this is beyond anything else we’ve ever seen, and it’s guaranteed to be something you haven’t seen, being the first 3D image of a brain’s connections. Van Wedeen, a Harvard radiology professor, is awestruck: “We’ve never really seen the brain – it’s been hiding in plain sight.” Conventional scanning has offered us a crude glimpse, but scientists such as Wedeen aim to produce the first ever three-dimensional map of all its neurons. Photographed above is the 3D image of an owl-monkey’s brain. Link [via]