All about Chanukah Yahoo - November 30, 2010
Chanukah, also known as the Festival of Lights or Festival of Rededication, is an eight day Jewish holiday which generally begins in December. The festival is observed in Jewish homes by the kindling of lights on each of the festival's eight nights, one candle added each night to the menorah.
Tuesday morning I was explaining to one of my clients that the Mid Atlantic Ridge is moving. It was one of the clients from my wake-up dream.
- I dreamed about the details of my two morning clients. It should be interesting to see how this pans out. Update 5:00 ... Amazing as it seems, the details of the dream were spot on - from names, places, facts, etc. It's all about consciousness and time (grid) travel.
Largest Quake in 18 Years Hits NYC Region Live Science - December 1, 2010
A magnitude-3.9 earthquake rattled the New York City region Tuesday (Nov. 30), rocking into the history books as the biggest temblor to hit the area in 18 years, according to WNYC. The earthquake occurred at about 10:45 a.m. EST in the Atlantic Ocean some 82 miles (131 kilometers) south-southeast of Westhampton, NY, according to Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO). Earthquakes east of the Rocky Mountains, although less frequent than in the West, are typically felt over a much broader region, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Tuesday's quake caused no damage and didn't hurt anyone, with the U.S. Coast Guard saying there was no threat of a tsunami, according to WNYC.
New York Earthquake is Minor but Felt Several States Away Epoch Times - December 1, 2010
A minor earthquake rumbled underneath the Atlantic Ocean south of New York¹s Long Island earlier on Tuesday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The earthquake was small - 3.9 magnitude on the Richter Scale and 4.1 miles deep - but it was the largest quake in the region for nearly two decades. The quake hit shortly before 11 a.m., about 80 miles south-southeast of Southampton, NY.
Baby Names Reveal More About Parents Than Ever Before Live Science - December 1, 2010
The names people choose to give their children communicate a wealth of social information - more so now than ever before. A new analysis of name statistics suggests that the meaning conveyed by a baby's name - that is, what a name tells others about the parents' tastes and background - has ramped up significantly over the last 25 years as baby names have become more diverse and numerous.
E.T. found? (False) rumors swirl MSNBC - November 30, 2010
Rumors and speculation are swirling on the Internet about the subject of a news conference to be carried live at 2 p.m. ET Thursday on NASA TV "to discuss an astrobiology finding that will impact the search for evidence of extraterrestrial life. Astrobiology is the study of the origin, evolution, distribution, and future of life in the universe," NASA explains in its advisory. And that's about as much as the space agency is saying about the discovery right now. However, the advisory includes a list of the speakers for the briefing. That's what led to the online guessing game.
We know the rapid increase in technologies over the past 70 years came from ET reverse engineering. Now we find:
Science should find aliens, halt cancer: survey Reuters - November 30, 2010
Nearly half of Britons believe in aliens and almost 80 percent say cancer is the disease which most needs a vaccine, a poll by one of the world's oldest scientific institutions showed on Tuesday. Britain's Royal Society found that 66 percent of respondents to a survey to mark its 350th anniversary said that disease control and eradication should be a top priority for science.
Once upon a time ... in the Dawn of Humanity ... we entered upon a Space Odyssey.
Dawn of the Universe Recreated Live Science - November 30, 2010
Just weeks after the world's largest particle accelerator began smashing together heavy lead ions to create little Big Bangs, the experiment has produced a primordial state of matter akin to what existed at the dawn of the universe. Two experiments at the LHC - called ATLAS and CMS, respectively have reported a phenomenon called "jet quenching" that scientists say could reveal secrets about the nature of matter and the evolution of the universe.
Collider opens up a fresh frontier in big-bang science MSNBC - November 30, 2010
Just weeks after the world's largest particle accelerator began smashing together heavy lead ions to create little Big Bangs, the experiment has produced a primordial state of matter akin to what existed at the dawn of the universe.