Thursday, July 21, 2011

Space..... The Final Frontier

Attention fellow space travelers who feel you are not from here, are waiting for your space family to take you home, have been 'taken' in this lifetime, remote view to places where no man has gone before, channel art and information from outside this realm, feel you are a walk-in or wanderer, dream about other realities, are sci-fi fans, and in general feel a disconnect here and a connection elsewhere.

"Wheels-Stop. The space shuttle changed the way we view the world and it changed the way we view the Universe," said commander Chris Ferguson on landing. "There's a lot of emotion today but one thing's indisputable: America's not going to stop exploring." The decision leaves the country with no means of putting astronauts in orbit.

Today on planet Earth, the last space shuttle came home, ending a 30-year era. Where does that leave humans in the quest to find their heritage? ... their space-brothers? ... their destinies? If we can't afford to find alien civilizations, will they find us? Who are 'they'? What are your thoughts on the return of aliens from other civilizations? As Earth changes can no longer be denied, will aliens rescue us? So many scenarios ... so much speculation ... but the truth is out there and it is coming hard and fast. Wait for it.

... "Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise.

Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new

life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before." ...

July 21, 1620 - July 12, 1682

Jean-Felix Picard

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Jean Picard was a French astronomer and priest. He was the first person to measure the size of the Earth to a reasonable degree of accuracy in a survey conducted in 1669-70, for which he is honored with a pyramid at Juvisy-sur-Orge. Isaac Newton was to use this value in his theory of universal gravitation.

We live in a changing universe, and few things are changing faster than our perception of it.