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If you are interested in the quantum level of computing, heres another link related to the one above but appears outdo it?

[link to news.oneindia.in]


Thanks, JustAC. I'm basically a techno-idiot, but still curious about all things quantum. My mind was wondering about the existence of any potential dots between the quantum nature of STUXNET and the emerging quantum computer breakthroughs. Will the quantum computers be vulnerable to infection? Was STUXNET a test run of quantum computing capabilities interfacing with current computing models? Like that.



I wonder whether people may be viewing the term 'quantum' differently. I don't know how this 'virus' is supposed to effect a system when there is no physical connection. Another thing that concerns me is how a country that may have developed and released the stuxnet will explain the fact that they dont get contaminated or experience the problems that the targets experience.

Meanwhile, heres a possible breakthrough in the understanding of black holes.

[link to www.economist.com]


I believe it was mentioned earlier that the interface could be through the power supply. So, what's the trigger to initiate the action? Specific beamed frequency directed at the target? Whoever possesses the trigger isn't going to be inclined to shoot themselves, don't ya think?


Maybe, maybe not. Can't help but think of 9 11... depends on what end they are trying to make happen.
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Aha! good point! Then, there is always the backfire potential, amirite?
edit to add> This paradigm shift seems to be moving along at a rapid clip.

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Read this and think about it carefully!

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thnx guys

just sounded like a re-supply maneuver

maybe the frost took new capsules for the CM?

where would the CM be now at full speed if i left cuba when op reported?
going back in the direction of the gulf
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OH, and A Whale was in port in Singapore I know I mentioned that to someone...saw it on Marine traffic or sailwx site
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OH, and A Whale was in port in Singapore I know I mentioned that to someone...saw it on Marine traffic or sailwx site
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If so, then that's an OP confirmation. Like gold dust :)
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thnx guys

just sounded like a re-supply maneuver

maybe the frost took new capsules for the CM?

where would the CM be now at full speed if i left cuba when op reported?
going back in the direction of the gulf

Oh, about Denver.
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hi hans

i think the correct answer would be around 1750miles at 12knots
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If you are interested in the quantum level of computing, heres another link related to the one above but appears outdo it?

[link to news.oneindia.in]


Thanks, JustAC. I'm basically a techno-idiot, but still curious about all things quantum. My mind was wondering about the existence of any potential dots between the quantum nature of STUXNET and the emerging quantum computer breakthroughs. Will the quantum computers be vulnerable to infection? Was STUXNET a test run of quantum computing capabilities interfacing with current computing models? Like that.



I wonder whether people may be viewing the term 'quantum' differently. I don't know how this 'virus' is supposed to effect a system when there is no physical connection. Another thing that concerns me is how a country that may have developed and released the stuxnet will explain the fact that they dont get contaminated or experience the problems that the targets experience.

Meanwhile, heres a possible breakthrough in the understanding of black holes.

[link to www.economist.com]


I believe it was mentioned earlier that the interface could be through the power supply. So, what's the trigger to initiate the action? Specific beamed frequency directed at the target? Whoever possesses the trigger isn't going to be inclined to shoot themselves, don't ya think?


Maybe, maybe not. Can't help but think of 9 11... depends on what end they are trying to make happen.


Aha! good point! Then, there is always the backfire potential, amirite?
edit to add> This paradigm shift seems to be moving along at a rapid clip.
 Quoting: TutuWuwu



Hi Tutu!
I'm playing catch up and trying to learn the basics, so I can at least understand how you brainiacs [said with admirationhf ] are applying your knowledge. For those, who like me, may still be trying to find out what quantum computers are....(geez, I hope I'm not flying solo on this)!

Breakthroughs Are Slow but Steady in Quantum Computers
Michio Kaku on September 29, 2010, 3:59 PM

One day, quantum computers may replace the standard silicon chips found in all computers around the world. In fact, by 2020 to 2025, transistors will be so small and will generate so much heat that standard silicon technology (and Moore's law, which states that computer power doubles every 18 months) may eventually collapse. Silicon Valley could become a new Rust Belt in 10 to 15 years, with profound implications for the world economy. Who will want to upgrade their computers and buy new products if computers are just as fast today as they were last year?

Hence, there is intense interest in alternatives to silicon transistors, such as molecular computers, optical computers, DNA computers, protein computers, carbon nano computers, quantum dot computers, and quantum computers. The most ambitious are quantum computers, which compute on individual atoms.
[link to bigthink.com]
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AC 861, would like your thoughts. In the uvb/sixteen days thread, the OP

suggests that the real (ultimate) goal of stuxnet is to interfere with the

cooling system at the LHC. With your comments on the black holes, I

thought you might have an opinion. I'm thinking that a "functional"

LHC would be bad. But what about a compromised one?



I think the fact that people believe the LHC exists is funny. The search for the god particle, solve the question of what is gravity....All cover all misdirection. We have know what gravity is for many years and we now how to produce a gravitational effect. Just like many other things but it is more advantageous to keep close to your check let it out a little at a time, you control more that way.

Granted we didn't figure it out, way beyond US at this time. We were lead by the hand of the same one who run things now....Think about it, if you believe the death bed confession of the Skunks work CEO then how could we not know these things already. Why would he lie? I have been to Nellis and worked with someone who flew out in the middle of the desert for a week at a time since he had a wife and kids, they let you come back on weekends.

Also have you notice how We never fielded the F22 raptor,spent millions then said well we have something already better, killed F117, I heard something about NASA having a new mission, cancelling the spaceshuttle, were is the REAL replacements for these things. Military Industrial complex keeps people working and driving economic force, but not everyone can work on TOP SECRET projects need some visable results too.

I think we are going to move forward or should say, we will realize the extent of what we really know sooner than most expect, but that is just a guess.

LHC is accomplishing something else entirely..Much more complicated deceptions have been and are continually being ran so it should be no shocker or surprise. If it really is what they say, then I guess you know why they said "NO" not in the US we won't fund it and build it here. I guess they already have all the front projects they needed, we'll stick in Europe, have a lot of highly Overeducated people that are underutilized need to focus that "brainpower" somewhere,otherwise it is a waste really. Reality is a strange thing these days fixing to get much much more interresting. What is the saying, "true wisdom is realizing how much you really don't know!"
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From another popular GLP thread.......





Huge cosmic gamma ray bursts seems to be responsible for extensive mortality of fish, cattle, penguins, "carpinchos" and other animals in nearly all America and Western Europe in August.

In my region [Argentina] nearly five tons of fish, mostly "catfish" (bagre) and two other species whose english name I don't know.

Also many penguins in the south and "carpinchos" (a kind of armadillos) from the northeast.

Local biologists have made DNA studies and found evident alterations due to gamma rays and other cosmic radiation.

The investigation has connected many similar reports from Lousiana (USA), Uruguay, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brasil, Spain, Portugal and Chile. Nearly 2000 cows have died in Paraguay, penguins in Argentina and Brasil, turtles in Bolivia.

Only in Bolivia it was reported nearly 8 million fish dead.

Researchers have connected the event to a big cosmic explosion informed by NASA scientists, they believe it was caused by a big star explosion ocurred on June 21.

As I said it seems some major cosmic event is underway.

----next post-----

Yes, and there was a report on GLP a couple of days ago about thousands of 'sand dollars' being washed up on the beach west of SFO's Golden Gate bridge ... most unusual...

[link to www.flickr.com]


----next post----

According to the information in the ebook from Pane Andov that you linked for us the other day and which I have just read, increasing cosmic rays are the hallmark or the vanguard of the cosmic shift that will take place in the 2012-13 frame.

Also it should be noted here that there has suddenly been a massive output of UFO/Alien "disclosure" info. flying around in the Western world.

Here in the US, MSM networks are being flooded with obviously planted material and to such an extent that the network anchors and TV journalists are caught flat-footed.

It is clear that they are supposed to go along with the script and be open to the idea.. suddenly.. of aliens in our midst. But many of them are still functioning under the old program and so they downplay the onrushing stream of proscribed dogma that is coming in from the new pro-alien script.

Some of the scientists that are being called in to comment are also not being well-enough informed by the PTB ahead of their appearances, such as Michio Kaku, for one example.

Two days ago, he appeared on a network news features program to talk about the new UN ET relations ambassador and said something like this:

"Within six months to a year, they will announce that they have found a twin planet to the Earth and which is capable of supporting life..."

But it wasn't six months to a year later, it was the very next day that this announcement was made (yesterday) and then this too was spread all around the MSM with great fanfare. One of the scientists involved made the statement that in his opinion, it was a 100% certainty that this planet had life on it.

From all of this, it is very evident that the PTB are in panic mode with regard to the revelation of ET life. But their problem is that they worked so long and hard to suppress all of that for so very long that they now are caught up in a very compromising position.

Something is up, you can be sure of that.

 Quoting: Ahim-sa





Excellent post. Something kind of swirling around in my head.


1) Suddenly there is earth-like planet "nearby"


2) Suddenly mainstream media all over ET subjects.


3) On this thread, and others "eyes to the skies" for immense ships

maybe on their way.

4) Could people be offered a "one-way ticket" to a "new earth"?


5) Could THIS be Project Bluebeam: We all rush to get in line and

those "lucky" enough to go are never heard from again (maybe

"dustified" as soon as they enter a "ship")


6) Georgia Guidestones fulfills its promise.




Just sayin'.
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From another popular GLP thread.......
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Huge cosmic gamma ray bursts seems to be responsible for extensive mortality of fish, cattle, penguins, "carpinchos" and other animals in nearly all America and Western Europe in August.

In my region [Argentina] nearly five tons of fish, mostly "catfish" (bagre) and two other species whose english name I don't know.

Also many penguins in the south and "carpinchos" (a kind of armadillos) from the northeast.

Local biologists have made DNA studies and found evident alterations due to gamma rays and other cosmic radiation.

The investigation has connected many similar reports from Lousiana (USA), Uruguay, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brasil, Spain, Portugal and Chile. Nearly 2000 cows have died in Paraguay, penguins in Argentina and Brasil, turtles in Bolivia.

Only in Bolivia it was reported nearly 8 million fish dead.

Researchers have connected the event to a big cosmic explosion informed by NASA scientists, they believe it was caused by a big star explosion ocurred on June 21.

As I said it seems some major cosmic event is underway.

----next post-----

Yes, and there was a report on GLP a couple of days ago about thousands of 'sand dollars' being washed up on the beach west of SFO's Golden Gate bridge ... most unusual...

[link to www.flickr.com]


----next post----

According to the information in the ebook from Pane Andov that you linked for us the other day and which I have just read, increasing cosmic rays are the hallmark or the vanguard of the cosmic shift that will take place in the 2012-13 frame.

Also it should be noted here that there has suddenly been a massive output of UFO/Alien "disclosure" info. flying around in the Western world.

Here in the US, MSM networks are being flooded with obviously planted material and to such an extent that the network anchors and TV journalists are caught flat-footed.

It is clear that they are supposed to go along with the script and be open to the idea.. suddenly.. of aliens in our midst. But many of them are still functioning under the old program and so they downplay the onrushing stream of proscribed dogma that is coming in from the new pro-alien script.

Some of the scientists that are being called in to comment are also not being well-enough informed by the PTB ahead of their appearances, such as Michio Kaku, for one example.

Two days ago, he appeared on a network news features program to talk about the new UN ET relations ambassador and said something like this:

"Within six months to a year, they will announce that they have found a twin planet to the Earth and which is capable of supporting life..."

But it wasn't six months to a year later, it was the very next day that this announcement was made (yesterday) and then this too was spread all around the MSM with great fanfare.
One of the scientists involved made the statement that in his opinion, it was a 100% certainty that this planet had life on it.

From all of this, it is very evident that the PTB are in panic mode with regard to the revelation of ET life. But their problem is that they worked so long and hard to suppress all of that for so very long that they now are caught up in a very compromising position.

Something is up, you can be sure of that.

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Yeah :D:D
I posted about that discovered planet 2 pages ago.
An article and a video :)


1) To the first post :
If you google there is much to find also about alterations due to gamma rays and other cosmic radiations,
couldnt find a specific new article about Argentinean biologists.

Gamma-ray burst could kill off ocean life
[link to physicsworld.com]
23 juli 2010 - With this in mind, a team of biologists and physicists at the Central University of Las ... Gamma rays from these supernovae could have boosted levels of nitrogen oxides, ... ozone layer enough to expose the surface to harmful solar and cosmic radiation. ...

Gamma-Ray Bursts Could Halt Photosynthesis
[link to www.wired.com]
The effects of a gamma-ray burst itself could linger well after the 10-second flash dies down, he added. Thomas and his colleagues’ earlier research found that a nearby gamma-ray burst would deplete the ozone layer, which would increase the amount of ultraviolet radiation reaching Earth from the sun and ultimately do catastrophic damage to the DNA of organisms on Earth. A study in the International Journal of Astrobiology in 2004 suggests the Ordovician mass extinction 440 million years ago could have been at least partially caused by a nearby gamma-ray burst.


Nasa satellite 'blinded by biggest ever star explosion seen in space'
A Nasa satellite was temporarily blinded after the brightest explosion of a star ever witnessed in space, officials admitted. 16 Jul 2010
[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

2) Second post already has a link :)


3) To the bolded part in the third post ,
my earlier post quoted:

Pag 733 9/30/2010 9:57 AM


Just found this in dutch news,
I will look for the same story in english ..
but some things in that text realy cauth my attention :

Bewoonbare planeet ontdekt? [link to nieuws.nl.msn.com]

-snip dutch words-


Translation :
Habitable planet discovered ?
- Today there is a planet discovered that could be habitable. Is there a second Earth?
- One of the researchers says that in any case the probability of life on Gliese 581g is '100 percent'.
- Gliese 581g is particularly noteworthy because it is clearly in the 'Goldilocks zone' : not too close to the star, not too far, not too hot, not too cold but just right.
- Statistically, we would, moreover, about to discover a new earth in May 2011.



An english source
Is this the new Earth? Astronomers discover planet just 20 light years away with similar atmosphere and gravity which has '100% chance of life' - and may contain water
(with images and illustrations and a VID)

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

'If these are rare, we shouldn't have found one so quickly and so nearby,' Dr Steven Vogt who led the study at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
'The number of systems with potentially habitable planets is probably on the order of 10 or 20 per cent, and when you multiply that by the hundreds of billions of stars in the Milky Way, that's a large number. There could be tens of billions of these systems in our galaxy.'
He told Discovery News: 'Personally, given the ubiquity and propensity of life to flourish wherever it can, I would say that the chances for life on this planet are 100 percent. I have almost no doubt about it'.

It takes just 37 days to orbit its sun which means its seasons last for just a few days. One side of the planet always faces its star and basks in perpetual daylight, while the other is in perpetual darkness.


(>> just like our moon ... and there seeeeems to be life at the dark-cold side of the moon too ...)

The most suitable place for life or future human colonists would be in the 'grey' zone - the band between darkness and light that circles the planet.

(>> okay GREY-zone doesnt seem to sound so comfortable ... it links to The Grey's in my mind ...)

'Any emerging life forms would have a wide range of stable climates to choose from and to evolve around, depending on their longitude,' said Dr Vogt who reports the find in the Astrophysical Journal.
If Gliese 581g has a rocky composition similar to the Earth's, its diameter would be about 1.2 to 1.4 times that of the Earth. It's gravity is likely to be similar - allowing a human astronaut to walk on the surface upright without difficulty.
'This planet doesn't have days and nights. Wherever you are on this planet, the sun is in the same position all the time. You have very stable zones where the ecosystem stays the same temperature... basically forever,' Vogt said.





bump

Somehow this discovery adds up in the line of the testimonies from those pilots a few days ago !!!
Total disclosure seems only a footstep away ...
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1221, the reason I said earlier that I wondered if some people were confused about what exactly the 'quantum' in computing referred to is because the research is geared towards increasing the speed of operation. The chip designers can forsee a time, in the not too distant future, where they can't reduce the operating speeds any more (due to the ability to reduce the physical spacing/distances/information pathways/switches) so the search is on for a replacement.

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Just sayin'.
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In connection with OP's GF message ?


China frees 3 of 4 Japanese detained -
October 1, 2010 - 1 hour ago -
(TOKYO) China has released three of four Japanese detained last week for allegedly videotaping military targets - a sign that tensions sparked by a shipping ...

(no link coz its to a site that u need to sign in )




EDIT to add other working link

China frees 3 Japanese; 1 still held
[link to www.yomiuri.co.jp]

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Didn't they try to build one of those outside Dallas in the 80's...and something stopped the project cold...I seem to recall hearing about it..
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1221, the reason I said earlier that I wondered if some people were confused about what exactly the 'quantum' in computing referred to is because the research is geared towards increasing the speed of operation. The chip designers can forsee a time, in the not too distant future, where they can't reduce the operating speeds any more (due to the ability to reduce the physical spacing/distances/information pathways/switches) so the search is on for a replacement.

A replacement money cow!
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Thanking you...follow the money...THAT I understand.
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Can't download...it's out of bandwith.
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AC 861, would like your thoughts. In the uvb/sixteen days thread, the OP

suggests that the real (ultimate) goal of stuxnet is to interfere with the

cooling system at the LHC. With your comments on the black holes, I

thought you might have an opinion. I'm thinking that a "functional"

LHC would be bad. But what about a compromised one?



I think the fact that people believe the LHC exists is funny. The search for the god particle, solve the question of what is gravity....All cover all misdirection. We have know what gravity is for many years and we now how to produce a gravitational effect. Just like many other things but it is more advantageous to keep close to your check let it out a little at a time, you control more that way.

Granted we didn't figure it out, way beyond US at this time. We were lead by the hand of the same one who run things now....Think about it, if you believe the death bed confession of the Skunks work CEO then how could we not know these things already. Why would he lie? I have been to Nellis and worked with someone who flew out in the middle of the desert for a week at a time since he had a wife and kids, they let you come back on weekends.

Also have you notice how We never fielded the F22 raptor,spent millions then said well we have something already better, killed F117, I heard something about NASA having a new mission, cancelling the spaceshuttle, were is the REAL replacements for these things. Military Industrial complex keeps people working and driving economic force, but not everyone can work on TOP SECRET projects need some visable results too.

I think we are going to move forward or should say, we will realize the extent of what we really know sooner than most expect, but that is just a guess.

LHC is accomplishing something else entirely..Much more complicated deceptions have been and are continually being ran so it should be no shocker or surprise. If it really is what they say, then I guess you know why they said "NO" not in the US we won't fund it and build it here. I guess they already have all the front projects they needed, we'll stick in Europe, have a lot of highly Overeducated people that are underutilized need to focus that "brainpower" somewhere,otherwise it is a waste really. Reality is a strange thing these days fixing to get much much more interresting. What is the saying, "true wisdom is realizing how much you really don't know!"
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Hi, I asked you earlier what you saw in the video that I could not. I missed your response?

The 'information' you have posted above, please provide your sources, or are these just your opinions?

thank you
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thnx guys

just sounded like a re-supply maneuver

maybe the frost took new capsules for the CM?

where would the CM be now at full speed if i left cuba when op reported?
going back in the direction of the gulf

Oh, about Denver.

hi hans

i think the correct answer would be around 1750miles at 12knots
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Hi dhlos; If you do the math and overlay on a map, both answers are pretty close. Your answer is more technically correct though. Goofy Thum
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Didn't they try to build one of those outside Dallas in the 80's...and something stopped the project cold...I seem to recall hearing about it..
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Yup, the Super-conducting Super Collider. Said it was too costly. As if a few billion ever stopped something 'they' wanted badly enough.
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AC 861, would like your thoughts. In the uvb/sixteen days thread, the OP

suggests that the real (ultimate) goal of stuxnet is to interfere with the

cooling system at the LHC. With your comments on the black holes, I

thought you might have an opinion. I'm thinking that a "functional"

LHC would be bad. But what about a compromised one?



LHC is accomplishing something else entirely..Much more complicated deceptions have been and are continually being ran so it should be no shocker or surprise. If it really is what they say, then I guess you know why they said "NO" not in the US we won't fund it and build it here. I guess they already have all the front projects they needed, we'll stick in Europe, have a lot of highly Overeducated people that are underutilized need to focus that "brainpower" somewhere,otherwise it is a waste really. Reality is a strange thing these days fixing to get much much more interresting. What is the saying, "true wisdom is realizing how much you really don't know!"
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OK, I think I get it. But are you saying that it has another purpose? If so,

What? Or are you saying that it is a front for nothing--an empty shell?

Again, if so, a front for what, to distract from what? Thanks
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thnx guys

just sounded like a re-supply maneuver

maybe the frost took new capsules for the CM?

where would the CM be now at full speed if i left cuba when op reported?
going back in the direction of the gulf

Oh, about Denver.

hi hans

i think the correct answer would be around 1750miles at 12knots

Hi dhlos; If you do the math and overlay on a map, both answers are pretty close. Your answer is more technically correct though. Goofy Thum
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i was under the impression that only vikings carried their boats over land that all
lol
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but i admit someone else helped with the calc;)
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Didn't they try to build one of those outside Dallas in the 80's...and something stopped the project cold...I seem to recall hearing about it..


Yup, the Super-conducting Super Collider. Said it was too costly. As if a few billion ever stopped something 'they' wanted badly enough.
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The top agency came to see me over that one. I opened the door to a suited guy holding a badge...I knew a guy who put in to work on it, I had worked with him on a nuke site so they checked him out, before granting him the clearance he needed...He went to Dallas...next thing I knew he was in Tenn...I think it was, working on something entirely different...
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Fermilab springs to mind.

Try as I might, I cannot find anyone that can show me a gravity machine, no sir.
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A rare comet, discovered by the Astronomical Observatory of Mallorca
It is the fourth object of this type detected by the robotic telescopes in La Sagra
COUNTRY - Madrid - 30/09/2010

A comet of a rare breed is the fourth trophy in this type of celestial objects, in the last year, the Station's robotic telescopes de la Sagra (Granada), developed and controlled remotely by the Astronomical Observatory of Mallorca (OAM).

The International Astronomical Union has published a circular informing the discovery of this fourth comet, now called P/2010 R2 (La Sagra), which belongs to the class MBC (Main Belter Comets), so named because they are immersed in the main belt of asteroids, between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, an area that is usually the presence of comets. In the history of astronomy, have discovered only six of these comets (including the current one). The first was the 133P / Elzt-Pizarro in 1996 from the European Southern Observatory (ESO) in Chile. The latter was the P2010 A2 (Linear), which is doubtful if their nature is the result of the collision of two asteroids in the main belt.
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A rare comet, discovered by the Astronomical Observatory of Mallorca
It is the fourth object of this type detected by the robotic telescopes in La Sagra
COUNTRY - Madrid - 30/09/2010

A comet of a rare breed is the fourth trophy in this type of celestial objects, in the last year, the Station's robotic telescopes de la Sagra (Granada), developed and controlled remotely by the Astronomical Observatory of Mallorca (OAM).

The International Astronomical Union has published a circular informing the discovery of this fourth comet, now called P/2010 R2 (La Sagra), which belongs to the class MBC (Main Belter Comets), so named because they are immersed in the main belt of asteroids, between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, an area that is usually the presence of comets. In the history of astronomy, have discovered only six of these comets (including the current one). The first was the 133P / Elzt-Pizarro in 1996 from the European Southern Observatory (ESO) in Chile. The latter was the P2010 A2 (Linear), which is doubtful if their nature is the result of the collision of two asteroids in the main belt.
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pics?
does it look similar?
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This is GirlFriend.
BoyFriend's company is now shadowing A Whale.
Boarding possible in two hours if needed.
Relayed 1 hour ago.
Odessa First Strike Assets in position.
Waiting for KremPP to approve strike command on Crescent Moon.
Boarding of A Whale and Strike on Crescent Moon to be synchronized.
Sniper have infiltrated Rising Sun and is in sleep mode until Midnight.
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Thanx OP !
hf

Rising Sun must be Japan ...
KremPP was russia ...

News about russia and Japan (or the area):

- Japan almost doubles Russia crude imports
[link to arabnews.com]
TOKYO: Japan's imports of crude oil from Russia almost doubled in August from a year earlier, helping reduce the country's reliance on Middle East supplies for the second month in a row from levels a year ago.

- Kuril Islands part of Russia: Medvedev
[link to www.chinapost.com.tw]
The Pacific Kuril Islands chain at the center of a territorial dispute with Japan is a “very important” part of Russia, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said on Wednesday. ...
The dispute surrounds the southernmost four islands — known in Russian as Iturup, Shikotan, Habomai and Kunashir and which are collectively known in Japan as the Northern Territories.
Japan does not contest Russia's sovereignty over the northernmost islands but has repeatedly demanded the return of the four southernmost islands.
Russian and Japanese officials have repeatedly expressed frustration that the dispute has prevented relations reaching their full potential but summit meetings over the last years have failed to make any progress in the dispute.
The row has also prevented Russia and Japan from signing a peace treaty to formally end World War II.


WHY THE INTEREST IN THOSE ISLANDS?
>> The Kuril Islands or Kurile Islands in Russia's Sakhalin Oblast region, is a volcanic archipelago ...
form part of the ring of tectonic instability encircling the Pacific ocean referred to as the Ring of Fire. ...
To deal with a rise in the demand of electricity, the local government is also upgrading a state-run geothermal power plant at Mount Baransky, an active volcano, where steam and hot water were erupting.
>> The thickness of the crust in the Sea of Okhotsk varies from 35-40 km beneath Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands to 10 km beneath the Kuril Basin. ... The deposits of those times as an unbroken cover overlapping the underlying formations contain almost all oil and gas complexes of the Sea of Okhotsk. ...The asthenospheric diapir may have been an additional source of hydrocarbons and fluidal flows providing intense hydrothermal activity and contributing to oil and gas deposits formation
>> While Katla in Iceland deserves close monitoring, as do all active areas, the Kamchatka Peninsula and the Kurile Islands in Russia deserves even more attention. There are currently six volcanoes here in aviation code orange or yellow. ...



- Inter-Korean military talks end with no progress
[link to www.chinapost.com.tw]
North and South Korea ended their first working-level military talks in two years Thursday with no progress as the meeting stumbled over the sinking of a South Korean warship blamed on Pyongyang, Seoul's Defense Ministry said.



.. Will search for more ...
Stay tuned ;)
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Also, RKEN, you may have missed my previous posts in which I addressed

the issue that there is a claim by OP on the "uvb/sixteen days" thread that

this is a QUANTUM virus. IF that were the case, then it's behavior would be

unlike anything we've seen before. That IS how it looks to me. If this thing

keeps going at anywhere near it's present rate, I don't think it would be

possible to even calculate the consequences.
 Quoting: Pondering Mightily



A few years ago I heard from an 'inside source' about the new quantum computing being used by various agencies, and what it could do. It was seriously out there in woo-woo land and if I hadn't been hearing it from a respected source, I would have dismissed it as even too far fetched for me to believe.

This STUXNET seems to 'fit' some of the descriptions about quantum computing mechanics. If so, it doesn't even need wires to connect, and forget hertzian wave connections too. This thing is almost in the realm of ghosts, lol.

peace
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