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A phenomenological model of self-organization explaining the emergence of a complexity with features that apparently satisfy the specific criteria usually required for recognizing the appearance of life in laboratory is presented. The described phenomenology, justified by laboratory experiments, is essentially based on local
self-enhancement and long-range inhibition. The complexity represents a primitive organism self-assembled in a gaseous medium revealing, immediately after its “birth“, many of the prerequisite features that attribute them the quality to evolve, under suitable conditions, into a living cell.
The entities that we have loosely identified as ghosts, angels, jinns, demons, deities (for example the Marian apparitions in the atmosphere), aliens, biological UFOs, fairies and sightings of the recently deceased (on the surface of the Earth) are characteristic of these predicted exotic plasma life forms from interpenetrating dark plasmaspheres or counterpart Earths. They constitute an ecology of plasma life forms that evolved throughout Earth's history and sometimes formed symbiotic relationships with the carbon-based life forms that we are more familiar with. Homo sapiens evolved carbon-based bodies that formed symbiotic relationships with some of these plasma life forms (indicating a type of symbio-genesis). When the carbon-based bodies died, the bioplasma bodies (resulting from the symbiosis) continue their existence in the counterpart Earths.
The word lithography also denotes photolithography, a microfabrication technique used in the microelectronics industry to make integrated circuits and microelectromechanical systems.
A spectrograph is an instrument that separates an incoming wave into a frequency spectrum. There are several kinds of machines referred to as spectrographs, depending on the precise nature of the waves. The first spectrographs used photographic paper as the detector. The star spectral classification and discovery of the main sequence, Hubble's law and the Hubble sequence were all made with spectrographs that used photographic paper. The plant pigment phytochrome was discovered using a spectrograph that used living plants as the detector. More recent spectrographs use electronic detectors, such as CCDs which can be used for both visible and UV light. The exact choice of detector depends on the wavelengths of light to be recorded.
Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) (also written as micro-electro-mechanical, MicroElectroMechanical or microelectronic and microelectromechanical systems) is the technology of very small devices; it merges at the nano-scale into nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) and nanotechnology. MEMS are also referred to as micromachines (in Japan), or micro systems technology – MST (in Europe).
MEMS are separate and distinct from the hypothetical vision of molecular nanotechnology or molecular electronics. MEMS are made up of components between 1 to 100 micrometres in size (i.e. 0.001 to 0.1 mm), and MEMS devices generally range in size from 20 micrometres (20 millionths of a metre) to a millimetre (i.e. 0.02 to 1.0 mm). They usually consist of a central unit that processes data (the microprocessor) and several components that interact with the surroundings such as microsensors. At these size scales, the standard constructs of classical physics are not always useful. Because of the large surface area to volume ratio of MEMS, surface effects such as electrostatics and wetting dominate over volume effects such as inertia or thermal mass.
The potential of very small machines was appreciated before the technology existed that could make them—see, for example, Richard Feynman's famous 1959 lecture There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom. MEMS became practical once they could be fabricated using modified semiconductor device fabrication technologies, normally used to make electronics. These include molding and plating, wet etching (KOH, TMAH) and dry etching (RIE and DRIE), electro discharge machining (EDM), and other technologies capable of manufacturing small devices. An early example of a MEMS device is the resonistor – an electromechanical monolithic resonator.
Technosignatures: Assesing long-term impact of Class-IV encounters
"The fear to really contemplate the terrestrial consequences of a confrontation with extraterrestrials"
"Radical fear is based on several anthropocentric pre-assumptions, the key one being this: they are strangers, hence, they are dangerous"
"Not only has Earth initially provided an environment for life to develop, but also the resulting living organisms have subsequently shaped the planet. But... whose planet is it, anyway?"
"Contact between a Type-I civilization and a Type-II civilization can only be made in the Type-II's home stellar system. Otherwise, the encounter will likely imply the total collapse of Type-I civilization."
"Contact with Earth's civilization is bound to be asymmetrical. Wanted or not, this will be psychologically devastating for them."
Countering the new world dharma
"what is needed is fact a new form of language—not a new tongue or lingua franca, but a mode of expressing language using vivid signifiers."
Responding to steady quality of living diminishments within the environmental mandala in which individual lives are constructed, and in acknowledgement of the accrued ancestral wisdom of cultures around the world—of unvarnished ‘global’ human culture—this version of language, or literary discourse, must also certainly encompass a hybridized form of thought, a type of multiculturally-attuned, ecological linguistics.
If globalization therefore is to be more than a relentless series of cultural upheavals during the coming century, it must succeed in overcoming a barrage of regressive cultural and perceptual barriers. This will require new thinking concerning the nature of humanity’s own meaning and purpose in a geopolitically and spiritually uncertain era
Interspecies Underwater Communications
Obfuscating USO-Signals within Biosignals
On the other hand, we have modeled analytically the behavior (in terms of percentage of lost packets and average RTT) of the EM electromagnetic signals in freshwater when we transmit information between two wireless sensor nodes. Both the percentage of lost packets and the average RTT value, in ms, can be represented by a polynomial expression of degree 6. These equations let us predict the percentage of lost packets and the average RTT value that we will have in a real underwater wireless sensor network.
Originally posted by tetra50
The reason FL would have been funded in this effort is what you seem to have quoted here, Gut. If communication is what creates, in large part, a culture, these cultures must also be broken down and substituted with one culture....
The secret languages of China: From tradesmen’s jargon to anti-languages
There is a puzzle associated with the existence of Faho. The ordinary local speech of Sìbǎo — not Faho — is notorious across the whole of Liánchéng county because everyone claims to find it incomprehensible. Why would people whose neighbors already cannot understand them need an extra layer of secrecy in the form of a secret language?
However, the review of mythical and spiritual visual arts from former and non-Western cultures discloses abstract symbols that resemble the typical structures of shining structure floaters (cf. Tausin 2012a). This suggests that floaters have been widely interpreted as a mythical or spiritual phenomenon; and that there might be a perceptual dimension of floaters that is hardly known to modern man.
Seeing and experiencing shining structure floaters opens the way to an entoptic explanation of such associations: Floaters are threads filled with isolated or complete rows of spheres. Most are curved like branches; a few are straight like a pillar or a trunk. They are “celestial bodies” or deities insofar as they can be seen as bright lights at the sky. Finally, they appear or intensify in the shamans’ or seers’ central visual field during energetic states of consciousness, i.e. states of awe and wonder which contribute to the feeling of “sacredness” vis-à-vis the perceived. It is reasonable, then, to consider that the tree and the pillar have been inspired by floaters which were experienced as “sacred” and as the “world’s center” by those seeing them.
A closer look at the Mesopotamian notions of the organization of the world and the cosmos reveals patterns similar to the concentric circles of floaters. Like other ancient and shamanic cultures (Eliade 1957), the people of Mesopotamia imagined a cosmos that is divided into three parts: Heavenly spheres, earth and underworld
groups of entoptic circles or spheres – like the shining structure floaters – might have been understood as the epiphany, or divine appearance, of Igigi dwelling in the highest heavenly spheres
during the interrogation of a Giselian prisioner? All those techniques will render useless, because the psychophysiology of an EBO is simply different
Originally posted by oxford
example of an engineered language they refer to as Cassini Diskus, they publish articles written in this on their website, without translation.
Connecting to the picture like you would a remote viewing target, a wave formed and rippled across it from top left to bottom right, then a scientist guy moved into the window and looked out at me! (it was pretty fuzzy) but that was enough for me to disconnect straight away. Is this what they call a 'magic window' ? Is this language a type of quantum interface? the odd thing was that he was in a different time zone (as in future based) to my current time position. Weirdest thing I've come across for a long time. Are we sending ourselves a message from the future?
On a purely intuitive note I feel the videos were released as 'they don't know what they are' and have received them some way and it was put out into the public domain so they might gather ideas.
Not sure how I feel about all this, think I'll sit this one out and watch from the side lines. . .
EBO has been an emerging concept, with multiple views on what it meant and how it could be implemented. Most notably, military scientists at the Air Force Research Lab, the Army Research Lab and DARPA engaged in research to develop automated tools to annotate options and recommend courses of action.
...The reason why Eve wasn’t shocked that a snake was talking to her is because she wasn’t talking to a snake. She was talking to a luminous divine being and not an animal of any kind. That being may have had some sort of serpentine appearance, but he was not a snake from the animal kingdom. To make my case to you we’ll need to do two things: (1) look at Genesis 3, Ezekiel 28, and Isaiah 14 very closely; and (2) examine the ancient backdrop for the descriptions of the garden of Eden. We’ll tackle the second one of these first since it’s critical to understanding what’s going on in Genesis 3. Turns out that Eden was the place where the divine council held its meetings.
In the broader non-biblical worldview of people in the ancient Mediterranean and Middle East, the divine council was said to hold its meetings on a “cosmic mountain." This is one of the reasons why certain mountains were considered sacred ground. The cosmic mountain or garden was that location where the gods lived and met, so to speak, where heaven and earth intersected, where divine decrees were given and kingship was exercised. The cosmic mountain was not only described as a mountain, but was also a well-watered place, a garden. In biblical terms, this supernatural meeting place was the headquarters or nerve center from which Yahweh administered the earth through his divine council.
…Hebrew word translated “serpent” or “snake” in Genesis 3 is nachash (pronounced, nakash). More specifically, the word is ha-nachash. The prefixed “ha” is the way Hebrew denotes a definite article (the word for “the”). So ha-nachash may be said to mean “the nachash.”
…the adjectival meaning of nachash—is the solution to the contradiction problem. When nachash serves as an adjective, it’s meaning is “shining bronze” or “polished” (as in “shiny”). By adding the article to the word, ha-nachash would then quite easily mean “the shining one.” Angelic or divine beings are elsewhere described in the Bible as “shining” or luminous, at times with this very word, nachash.vi
We often don’t think about how common this vocabulary of “shining brilliance” is for angels and other divine beings. The Bible abounds with descriptions of such beings as “flashing” or “as lightning,” or uses the brilliance of jewels to describe the blazing appearance of such beings. This has important ramifications for solving the “snake” problem…
Originally posted by tetra50 The reason FL would have been funded in this effort is what you seem to have quoted here, Gut. If communication is what creates, in large part, a culture, these cultures must also be broken down and substituted with one culture....
Originally posted by Kantzveldt
Thought for the day, what's a Giselian...?