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After World War II, Khimki became home to several Soviet aerospace defense development centers, which became the principal employers for the majority of the city population. This included R&D enterprises which designed surface-to-air missiles for S-75, S-125, S-200, S-300 Soviet air defense systems, engines for intercontinental ballistic missiles and satellite launch vehicles, and other types of equipment. For this reason, Khimki was off limits for all foreigners visiting the country, despite its location on a highway between Moscow and its major international airport.
In recent years, the population of the city of Khimki has continued to grow rapidly due to massive residential building construction driven by its proximity to the Moscow megapolis which is densely populated and needs new areas for expansion.
The city enjoys a great deal of commercial activity due to its location between Moscow and one of its main airports, Sheremetyevo. Some aerospace development centers located in Khimki currently contribute to a program of the International Space Station.
Originally posted by MrConspiracy
Very cool photos! it DOES look like DNA...
Thanks for postingedit on 26-12-2012 by MrConspiracy because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Frankenchrist
I saw one just like that in Cottonwood, AZ about 3 weeks ago.
But it was at night.
Later that week we all felt large booms that shook the house.
The booms were reported in the paper the next day.
Dramatic scientific evidence that all of physical matter is formed by an “aether” of invisible, conscious energy has existed since at least the 1950s. Renowned Russian astrophysicist Dr. Nikolai A. Kozyrev (1908-1983, pronounced Ko-zir-ev,) proved beyond any doubt that such an energy source had to exist, and as a result he became one of the most controversial figures in the history of the Russian scientific community.
In 1913, Dr Eli Cartan was the first to demonstrate clearly that the "fabric" (flow) of space and time in Einstein's general theory of relativity not only "curves", but it also possesses a spinning or spiralling movement within itself known as "torsion".
Paul La Violette reasoned that the aether may likewise spawn wave patterns from two aether states, two different aetherons, which continuously mutate from one state into the other and visa versa. In normal cases, the aether maintains its equilibrium state due to the second law of thermodynamics, however under critical conditions these aether transmutations like the predator-prey waves may become self-organizing and form stable wave patterns. These wave patterns will become observable in our physical universe as electromagnetic energy, light.