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« Reply #1515 on: Oct 12th, 2010, 09:06am »

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Video: Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo Glide Flight
By Jason Paur October 11, 2010 | 3:46 pm | Categories: Air Travel



After four captive carry flights attached to its mother ship Eve/cite>, SpaceShipTwo was released for the first time yesterday. After being released at 45,000 feet, Scaled Composites test pilot Pete Siebold performed several flight quality tests during the 11-minute flight before touching down on runway 30 at the Mojave Air and Space Port.

In a video released by Virgin Galactic, early morning preparations can be seen followed by in-flight footage from the release to touch down.

SpaceShipTwo (aka VSS Enterprise) is noticeably bigger than its predecessor, SpaceShipOne. Designed to carry six passengers on a suborbital trip to space, the fuselage of SpaceShipTwo is identical to that of the fuselages on Eve.

The spacecraft has a much wider landing gear stance than SpaceShipOne and uses a nose skid similar to Burt Rutan’s first spaceship design. It also uses a belly-mounted speed brake which can be seen during the landing.

The flight test team at Scaled Composites is expected to complete numerous flight tests within the next 18 months before carrying the first passengers to space. Virgin Galactic is planning on flying regular flights from its Spaceport America in New Mexico beginning some time in 2012.


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http://www.wired.com/autopia/2010/10/video-virgin-galactics-spaceshiptwo-glide-flight/

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« Reply #1516 on: Oct 12th, 2010, 09:12am »

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How Voracious Comb Jellyfish Makes Itself 'Invisible' to Prey
ScienceDaily (Oct. 11, 2010) —

Despite its primitive structure, the North American comb jellyfish can sneak up on its prey like a high-tech stealth submarine, making it a successful predator. Researchers, including one from the University of Gothenburg, have now been able to show how the jellyfish makes itself hydrodynamically 'invisible'.

The North American comb jellyfish Mnemiopsis leidyi has long been known to consume vast quantities of zooplankton. A few years ago the species became established in Northern Europe.

Like many other jellyfish, Mnemiopsis leidyi has a large gelatinous body. The large size increases its chances of encountering prey, but can also be a disadvantage since the prey organisms are often highly sensitive to movements in the water. Nevertheless, the comb jellyfish manages to catch large amounts of copepod plankton, which are known for their acute escape response.

Able to catch the world's most vigilant plankton

"Copepods have a well developed ability to detect even the slightest water disturbance," says Lars Johan Hansson, a researcher at the Department of Marine Ecology at the University of Gothenburg. "They can swim well clear of the source of water deformation in just a split second. How the comb jellyfish is able to approach and catch some of the animal world's most vigilant plankton has up until now been unknown."

The researchers used advanced video technology to study water flows around and within the comb jellyfish. These measurements were then used to calculate the water deformation generated by the jellyfish and compare this with the levels that trigger an escape response in copepods.

"It emerged that the comb jellyfish uses microscopic, hairlike cilia inside its oral lobes to generate a feeding current that carefully transports water between the lobes. As the water accelerates slowly and is transported undisturbed into the jellyfish together with the prey, there is nothing that alarms the prey until it is next to the capture site inside the lobes, by which time it's too late to escape. This makes the jellyfish a hydrodynamically silent predator."

The research on the ability of the comb jellyfish to capture its prey was carried out jointly by researchers from the USA, Norway and the Department of Marine Ecology at the University of Gothenburg.

The study has been published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.


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« Reply #1517 on: Oct 12th, 2010, 12:20pm »

Let's have a Fly-Over party tomorrow at Stuff & Nonsense!

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Stop by and tell about your experiences with the fly-over. Photos and video would be fun! I'm on the West Coast so will be one of the last to see it. grin That's assuming they will arrive with the Sun. I could be wrong, they may want to do brunch cheesy

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The visionary artists Richard Selesnick and Nicholas Kahn have been collaborating on fantastical photo-novellas and sculptural installations since 1988. Their unique shared perspective stretches the imagination through arid panoramic space, and reveals that the beauty of life, whether human or alien, prevails in the harshest of conditions.

The pair constructs their sculptures using materials that are donated to them, infusing the work with an abnormal-haphazard quality that adds a real-life feel to these alien-scenic views.

Kahn & Selesnick are currently attempting to find a lost iceberg city last seen off of Lubeck in 1923 and shooting an Expedition to Mars for NASA.

Sara Falkner has known the artists since 2000, and like many of their friends, she has lent assistance to several of their projects on various levels. She recently had a conversation with the artists:

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on Oct 12th, 2010, 12:20pm, WingsofCrystal wrote:
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I don't know. I kinda missed the first time in 2008. Or was there even something? rolleyes Anyway why are they doing that just every two years and not each year instead?! tongue
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on Oct 12th, 2010, 4:11pm, philliman wrote:
I don't know. I kinda missed the first time in 2008. Or was there even something? rolleyes Anyway why are they doing that just every two years and not each year instead?! tongue


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« Reply #1521 on: Oct 12th, 2010, 4:38pm »

They are getting ready to bring the Chilean miners up from the mine. Those so inclined please send up a prayer for them.
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Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Astronomer Claims Strange Signal Emanates From Newly Discovered Planet Gliese 581g

foxnews - The recent discovery of Gliese 581g, an alien planet in the habitable zone of another star, has been an exciting development for scientists probing the galaxy for signs of extraterrestrial life. At least one claim of a possible signal from the planet has already surfaced – and been met with harsh skepticism among the science community.

Following the Sept. 29 announcement of the discovery of Gliese 581g, astronomer Ragbir Bhathal, a scientist at the University of Western Sydney, claimed to have detected a suspicious pulse of light nearly two years ago, that came from the same area of the galaxy as the location of Gliese 581g, according to the U.K.'s Daily Mail online.

Bhathal is a member of the Australian chapter of SETI, a non-profit scientific organization that is dedicated to research, exploration and education in the field of astrobiology.

"Whenever there's a clear night, I go up to the observatory and do a run on some of the celestial objects," Bhathal told the Daily Mail. "Looking at one of these objects, we found this signal. We found this very sharp signal, sort of a laser lookalike thing which is the sort of thing we're looking for – a very sharp spike. And that is what we found."

Still, there are some scientists who are skeptical of Bhathal's assertion.

"I know the scientist, and when he first announced it, I asked him for the details, and he wouldn't send them to me," astronomer and SETI pioneer Frank Drake told SPACE.com. "I'm very suspicious."

Drake is credited with conducting the first search for signals from extraterrestrial intelligences 50 years ago as part of what was then called Project Ozma. He coined the famed Drake Equation to calculate the number (N) of alien civilizations with whom we might be able to communicate.

Further study would perhaps confirm or deny the supposed observation, but Drake thinks that the claim is likely a dubious one.

Strange signal, or phantom?

Bhathal claimed to have detected the puzzling signal in Dec. 2008, almost two years before researchers announced the Gliese 581g finding, and long before it was announced that habitable planets were found orbiting the star Gliese 581 itself.

"I'm not aware of the location that was claimed for the source of that light, and [Bhathal] refused to tell me where it came from," Drake said. "I think it's very unlikely that it came from the direction of Gliese 581."

Gliese 581g is one of two new worlds that was discovered orbiting the red dwarf star Gliese 581, which is located about 20.5 light-years from Earth. In total, there is a family of six planets that has been found around Gliese 581. [Tour the six Gliese 581 planets.]

Steven Vogt, a professor of astronomy and astrophysics at the University of California, and his colleague Paul Butler of the Carnegie Institution of Washington announced the Gliese 581g finding in a press conference held by the National Science Foundation on Sept. 29.

About Gliese 581g

While there are six planets known to orbit around the parent star, Gliese 581g is the only one in the so-called habitable zone – a region where liquid water can exist. Astronomers have long-thought that the presence of liquid water, which accompanies life on Earth, could be a major ingredient for life on other worlds.

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October 13, 2010
Former Chinese Officials Demand Media Freedom
By MICHAEL WINES

BEIJING — A group of retired Communist Party officials and intellectuals issued an unusually blunt demand on Tuesday for total media freedom in China, stating that the current regime of censorship and government control of the press violates China’s constitution and debases the government’s claim to represent its citizens.

The document’s 20 signers, including academics and many former executives of China’s government-controlled press, have no public influence on the nation’s ruling coalition of Communist leaders. Some of them have issued other public demands for reform in past years, to no effect.

Still, the bluntness of their message — and its timing, coming days after the jailed intellectual Liu Xiaobo was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize — signaled that not all in the ruling establishment are content with the steadily tightening control over expression in the final years of President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao’s leadership.

The letter’s language was notable for including an undisguised attack on the legality of censorship by the party’s Central Propaganda Department, which ultimately controls much of what is published, broadcast or posted on the Internet here.

“This is an invisible black hand,” the signers wrote of the department. “For their own reasons, they violate our Constitution, often ordering by telephone that the works of such and such a person cannot be published, or that such and such an event cannot be reported in the media. The officials who make the call do not leave their names, and the secrecy of the agents is protected, but you must heed their phone instructions.”

The “core demand,” the writers stated, was that China’s rubber-stamp legislature, the National People’s Congress, dismantle censorship procedures “in favor of a system of legal responsibility” for items that are freely published.

Some experts said that the demands, which were quickly squelched by censors after being posted on the Internet, were unlikely to have a serious impact on government policies.

“To the extent that people will learn about this letter, it resonates, because it shows there are different sensibilities within the party,” Nicholas Bequelin, a Hong Kong-based researcher for the advocacy group Human Rights Watch, said in an interview. “But it does not, on the political level, alter the balance.”

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Bell councilman an accidental hero by staying clear of corruption scandal
Lorenzo Velez knows he owes the acclaim mostly to serendipity. He never got his colleagues' $100,000 salary because it wasn't offered. Spared from temptation, he says 'I believe the Lord was protecting me.'
By Hector Becerra and Ruben Vives, Los Angeles Times

October 13, 2010

Sitting in his living room around midnight, the man who may be Bell's last honest politician — or the most charmed — plays back voice mails on his cellphone.

"Lorenzo, this is George, please give me a call, uh, I'd like to talk to you about a few things...."

"It's urgent," a woman's voice says in the background. "Yeah, it's pretty urgent," the man says.

The voices were of a powerful former councilman and of Lorenzo Velez's City Council colleagues, who were desperate to talk to him after news broke about their high salaries. Just a few months later, all except Velez would be handcuffed and hauled off to jail in a massive public corruption case centered on the huge payments they and other top city officials had received.

Velez is the only Bell council member not charged with a crime — a local hero all because he didn't collect the nearly $100,000 annual salary like his colleagues.

It's unclear exactly why. He was appointed to the council last year when another council member — who was among the eight former and current officials charged — unexpectedly resigned. That councilman, Victor Bello, continued to receive his big salary even after he stepped down while Velez made a little over $8,000 a year.

For nearly a year, Velez had no idea how much his colleagues were earning. He found out only in June, when The Times began publishing articles about high salaries in Bell that uncovered a scandal that had made the town a national watchword for governmental greed.

The publicity brought investigations, and Velez quickly fielded nervous calls from other council members. "Hola, Lorenzo, this is Teresa calling you," Councilwoman Teresa Jacobo said in one voice mail. "Please give me a little call. It's very urgent."

At the same time, the public esteem for Velez, a heavy equipment operator for the city of Los Angeles, grew in stature as that for his colleagues shrank.

Brimming with white-hot anger, hundreds of residents jammed into council meetings and verbally lanced other council members but gave Velez a pass. Empowered, he at times has eagerly fanned the crowd's anger, wheeling against other city administrators and demanding answers for the community.

The audience cheered him. They pushed him forward.

But Velez knows he owes this acclaim in large part to serendipity. He never got the big salary because it was never offered to him — for reasons that remain unclear.

One of the accused council members described his own $100,000 salary as "a miracle from God."

For Velez, God worked differently — sparing him from temptation. "I guess I'm a religious person. I believe in the Lord," he said. "I believe the Lord was protecting me. The Lord utilized me for this moment."

Velez is often asked whether he would have taken the $100,000 salary if it had been offered. He insists he would not have. But he's the first to say he feels fortunate not to have faced the choice.

"Yes, you can call it luck," he said. "You know, I call it a blessing, to tell you the truth."

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Bloody Gourd May Contain Beheaded King’s DNA
By Dave Mosher October 13, 2010 | 7:00 am | Categories: Genetics

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Sick of taxes, a lack of rights and living in poverty, French revolutionists condemned Louis XVI to the guillotine on the morning of January 21, 1793. After a short but defiant speech and a menacing drum roll, the last king of France lost his head as a crowd rushed the scaffold to dip handkerchiefs into his blood as mementos.

Or so the story goes.

Lending new life to the demise of Louis XVI, scientists performed a battery of DNA tests on dried blood inside a decorative gunpowder gourd that purportedly contained one such handkerchief. The results, described Oct. 12 in the journal Forensic Science International: Genetics, show the blood belongs to a blue-eyed male from that time period: a possible dead-ringer for the executed king.

“The next step is find a descendant either of the king or his mother,” said Davide Pettener, a population geneticist at the University of Bologna in Italy who helped with the analysis. “Otherwise we’ll have to try to get a sample of the dried heart of Louis XVI’s son.”

The son was Louis-Charles, known as the Dauphin (heir to the French throne) or Louis XVII, and he died from illness or poisoning at age 10 more than two years after his father was executed. His heart is kept in a crystal vase in the Cathedral Basilica of St. Denis on the outskirts of Paris.

“It’s going to be very difficult to obtain permission from the French authorities, but we may try,” Pettener said.

An anonymous Italian family who’ve owned the gourd since at least 1900, possibly the late 1800s, approached one of Pettener’s colleagues to do the genetic analysis. Before the family obtained the gourd, it allegedly was a gift to Napoleon Bonaparte, who became First Consul of France in 1799 and Emperor in 1804.

“It’s a very strange story,” Pettener said. “We thought it was a joke at first because we work on population genetics. But we realized it’s very important from a historic point of view.”

The gourd, presently valued at about 500,000 euro ($700,000), is emblazoned with key figures of the French Revolution and bears an inscription that reads, as translated from French into English by the researchers, “Maximilien Bourdaloue on January 21st, dipped his handkerchief in the blood of the king after his beheading.”

There was no handkerchief in the gourd when the scientific team received it, but there was plenty of dried blood inside to scrape out five small samples. Two laboratories performed three kinds of DNA analysis: One probed the Y chromosome (inherited from the father), another scrutinized the HERC2 gene (associated with blue eyes) and the last examined the DNA in mitochondria (the powerhouses of cells, which are inherited from the mother).

The tests showed the blood belonged to a blue-eyed man with a rare genetic makeup and not to an animal, nor to anyone in the laboratories, nor the gourd-owning family nor or any one of tens of thousands of people in genetic databases. Pettener added that the blood is also “quite old,” making a forgery more unlikely.

“A match on the Y chromosome of the Dauphin will immediately authenticate the blood as belonging to the king Louis XVI,” Carles Lalueza-Fox, a biologist at Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona and lead scientist of the analysis team, wrote in an e-mail to Wired.com. “In any case, even with this information, we have historical evidence that this gourd could in fact contain the blood of the king.”

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Citation: Lalueza-Fox, C. et al. “Genetic analysis of the presumptive blood from Louis XVI, king of France.” Forensic Science International: Genetics, Oct. 12, 2010.

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Exoplanet Wars: “First Habitable World” May Not Exist
By Lisa Grossman October 12, 2010 | 5:43 pm | Categories: Astronomy, Space

The first exoplanet discovered in the habitable zone could be a mirage, according to reports from an exoplanet meeting yesterday. A second team of astronomers couldn’t find the planet in their data.

The long-sought planet, dubbed Gliese 581g, was detected using a combination of 122 observations over 11 years from the Keck Telescope in Hawaii, and 119 published measurements from the HARPS spectrograph that spanned 4.3 years, up until 2008. The HARPS team had already found four other planets circling Gliese 581 by teasing out the star’s subtle motion in response to the planets’ gravitational tugs.

On Sept. 29, Steven Vogt of the University of California, Santa Cruz and R. Paul Butler of the Carnegie Institution of Washington announced that adding their decade of observations to the data pool pointed to the existence of two more planets. One of the new planets sits squarely in the star’s habitable zone, where liquid water could persist at the planet’s surface and life could find a foothold.

But not so fast, says the HARPS team. Astronomer Francesco Pepe of the Geneva Observatory in Switzerland, who spoke Oct. 11 at an International Astronomical Union symposium on planetary systems, reported a new analysis using only HARPS data, but adding an extra 60 data points to the observations published in 2008. He and his colleagues could find no trace of the planet.

“I am not overly surprised by this as these are very weak signals, and adding 60 points onto 119 does not necessarily translate to big gains in sensitivity,” Vogt told Wired.com in an e-mail. He added that the non-detection doesn’t mean the planet doesn’t exist — it may be that it’s only detectable using both data sets.

“I do not wish to comment on Pepe’s result as I haven’t seen his data,” Vogt said. “But I have tremendous respect for their work, and look forward to seeing their additional data on this and other systems of mutual interest.”

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Oh gawd Crystal that made me shudder.....
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Don't we have computer guys that can tear these websites up?

MSNBC.com
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updated 10/11/2010 7:47:38 PM ET

WASHINGTON (AP) - Yemen's al-Qaida of the
Arabian Peninsula includes chilling new tips on
how to kill Americans in its second edition of
the English online magazine Inspire.

The 74-page issue advises would-be militants
to open fire "at a crowded restaurant in
Washington, D.C., at lunch hour," in hopes of
"knocking out a few government employees."

Renegade American cleric Anwar al-Awlaki
penned two of the articles, according to the SI-
TE Intelligence Group. Awlaki is on a U.S.
government kill-or-capture list for his alleged
role in the attempted Detroit airliner bombing
last Christmas.

Another American, Samir Khan, describes how
he went from online jihadist in North Carolina
to full-time terrorist in Yemen, in his article, "I
Am Proud to be a Traitor to America."


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