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Russell Berrie Technion Obelisk

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posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 01:16 AM
I have been reading up on these things for the past few days, did a quick search and didn't find anything. First off let me show you this 'breathing' obelisk.

The obelisk was designed by Dr. Santiago Calatrava. It was erected in the center of Technion campus and officially revealed in a ceremony that took place on June 2, 2009 in honor and memory of Russell Berrie.

The initiative grew out of a generous contribution of $26 million made by the Russell Berrie Foundation for the establishment of the Russell Berrie Nanotechnology Institute at the Technion in Haifa Israel. The Israeli government matched this with an additional $26 million, and Technion Friends from around the world completed the sum for a total of $100 million.

Haifa Israel is also home to the Bahai Faith, the coming new world religion and imo, the mark of the beast.

It is not your typical looking obelisk, it reminds me more of an umbilical chord. Nevertheless, an obelisk is what they call it. The obelisk is supposedly a phallus and the usual symbol representing the illuminati. In the old testament, God referred to these as pillars of the sun, images which provoked the Lord to anger. Some people believe an obelisk is the abomination of desolation spoken of by Daniel. There are two other obelisks in Israel which I am aware of. One sits atop Mt. Carmel, marking the future spot of a Bahai temple of worship and the other is in Caesarea.

The Russell Berrie Foundation was established in 1985 by Russell Berrie, an American entrepreneur and philanthropist. An important goal of the Berrie Foundation is to help build a pluralistic world where people of all faiths can co-exist peacefully. For this reason they created the Russell Berrie Fellowship Program held at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum). Along with the establishment of an Annual Lecture Series on Interreligious Studies, the goal of the Fellowship Program is to build bridges between Catholic,
Jewish, and other religious traditions by providing the next generation of religious leaders with a comprehensive understanding of and dedication to inter-faith issues.

The following picture is of the Russell Berrie Fellows, the Angelicum staff and Rome Islamic leaders.

How do you go from making stuffed animals to nanotechnology? I haven't got a clue.
Russell believed that nanotechnology was the future of Israels security.

Nanotechnology, the controlled manipulation of matter at the atomic scale,
To list just a few major Breakthroughs by the Nano Institute...

A Slender Thread: The first Technion nanotechnology project to draw headlines came in 1998,
when Professors Uri Sivan, Erez Braun and Yoav Eichen assembled DNA and silver into a conductive wire 1000 times thinner than a human hair, opening the door for faster and more sophisticated computer chips. That’s right, living DNA molecules being used to create a new generation of electronics.

Carbon Conquest: Technion researchers then went on to create a self-assembling nanotransistor from DNA. This was another crucial advance in electronics,
because as scientists reach the limits of working with silicon, carbon nanotubes are widely recognized as the next step in squeezing an increasing number of transistors onto a chip,
vastly increasing computer speed and memory.

Technion scientists were able to write the entire Old Testament on the head of a pin. The idea was just to illustrate how information can now be stored --
and structures created on a scale once thought to be impossibly tiny.

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