Just a Saturday drive in Arizona–with a saucer shaped mystery traveling aside of you!?From a CBS affiliate in Arizona:Folks driving on Arizona State Route 77 near Holbrook Friday morning got quite a surprise.Charlene Yazzie just had to take a photo.“I was driving north and the truck was headed south to the freeway,” she told our reporter. “It was escorted by three DPS vehicles”.Her photo shows a large saucer-shaped object, draped in tarps, on the bed of a flatbed semi-hauler. She posted the photo on Facebook and the speculation began.“UFO,” wrote one person. “ET came home,” commented another.We contacted the Arizona Department of Public Safety. The Duty Office, which dispatches troopers all over the state, responded cleverly, “UnFOrtunately we do not know what that is but it looks interesting.”The local media is having some pleasure and puns with the fun of this story.. but .. seriously people, what is in that photo traveling down Route 77?! Calling Art Bell.
The scientist described seeing the behaviour through cameras that were set up to watch the chimpanzees. They saw them assembling piles of stones — of a similar kind of the ritual cairns that have been found throughout human history.
Chimpanzees and other apes have long been known to use stones and other materials as tools, including their use as nutcrackers to get into food that is cased in a hard shell. But the new behaviour doesn’t seem to have the same functional purpose.
DO YOU BELIEVE IN HUMANS? An old cartoon but still good.I love the notion that ghosts don’t know humans exist.. The parallel universe theory.. one where ‘ghosts’ are side by side with us.. maybe even people of the future, the past.. the present.. all at the same time and on the same planet as us .. and every now and then when fabric of space and time thins, those strange Mandela Effects start happening.Maybe the ghost you wholeheartedly believe you saw is actually someone from what we’d call the future.. but the multiverse would call the present.. or past..?So .. do you believe in humans?
.. a major step back in time.. a really huge galaxy formed only 200 or 300 million years after the supposed big bang?“Our spectroscopic observations reveal the galaxy to be even further away than we had originally thought, right at the distance limit of what Hubble can observe,” Gabriel Brammer of the Space Telescope Science Institute and second author of the study said.Previously, to estimate GN-z11’s distance astronomers had to analyze its color in images taken with both Hubble and the NASA Spitzer Space Telescope. Now the team has used Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3).GN-z11’s distance has a redshift of 11.1, which corresponds to 400 million years after the Big Bang, a distance that was believed only to be reachable with the next generation NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). Until now, the most distant measured galaxy was EGSY8p7 with a redshift of 8.68, located 13.2 billion years in the past.And this from obs…
The idea has been around for years but the team at the University of California say laboratory tests show their De-Star - or Directed Energy System for Targeting of Asteroids and exploRation – could actually work.
They envisage putting an unmanned De-Star craft in orbit. At the first sign of a impending disaster it would target the asteroid with a high-energy laser, causing part of the rock to vaporise in a process known as sublimation.
This should have been thought about long ago.. No reason why the civilized word at this time shouldn’t be endeavoring on future plans to keep the human species alive. One big bomb from space can ruin everything and suddenly the size of Donald Trump’s phalanges and other appendages won’t matter a hill of beans.
I am proud to say I surround myself with a varied amount of people from cultural and religious backgrounds. I also attempt my best to learn as much as I can about multiple denominations of faiths. That said, I can also admit that some people, in my opinion, become very biased and closed minded based off of their particular faith.
Atheists included. I know a few atheists who are really good, wholesome people. You’d actually think they were living the hidden lives of Christians and often act more Christian than some of faith. Regardless, they become very absent of room to grow or move.. and they equally condemn those who don’t doubt faith but also get mired in their own form of refusal of doubt when it comes to NOT believing in something.
But that is until strange things happen to good atheists..
I recently invoked conversations with two atheists I know, on separate occasions. To protect the innocent, I will call them “Joe and Jim.” I asked Joe and Jim if something weird ever happened t…