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Message Subject Marko Rodin - Smart Lazer Technology
Poster Handle aether
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A Nobel Prize for the Dark Side
06 October 2011

On October 4, 2011 the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to three astrophysicists for “THE ACCELERATING UNIVERSE.” Prof. Perlmutter of the University of California, Berkeley, has been awarded half the 10m Swedish krona (US$1,456,000 or £940,000) prize, with Prof. Schmidt of the Australian National University and Prof. Riess of Johns Hopkins University's Space Telescope Science Institute sharing the other half. The notion of an accelerating expansion of the universe is based on observation of supernovae at high redshift, known as The High-Z SN Search.

However, accelerating expansion requires a mysterious source of energy in space acting against gravity, dubbed “dark energy.” Calculations show that the energy required is equivalent to 73% of the total mass-energy of the universe! Historians will look back at science today with disbelief and amusement at the ‘science’ of today. Following equally mysterious ‘black holes’ and ‘dark matter,’ if we continue to discover darkness at the present rate we shall soon know nothing! ....................................cont
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.holoscience.com]

you know i am beginning to get the feeling humanity requires something emotionally shocking as the consequence of this malevolent illusion
 Quoting: aether

Dark Matter Mystery Deepens
Oct. 17, 2011

"Our measurements contradict a basic prediction about the structure of cold dark matter in dwarf galaxies. Unless or until theorists can modify that prediction, cold dark matter is inconsistent with our observational data,"
 Quoting: science

[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

600 Mysteries in the Night Sky
Oct 18, 2011

NASA's Fermi team recently released the second catalog of gamma-ray sources detected by their satellite's Large Area Telescope (LAT). Of the 1873 sources found, nearly 600 are complete mysteries. No one knows what they are.
 Quoting: nasa

[link to science.nasa.gov]

is this confession time
if it is
is it to little to late
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