GOOD MORNING CRYSTAL ~ AND THOSE INDEPENDENTLY MINDED CASEBOOKERS ~ YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE!
CASEBOOK ~ WHERE EVERYDAY ~ IS LIKE THE FOURTH OF JULY ~ A LA CASEBOOK CAFE'
I KNOW IT'S A BIT EARLY ~ NEVERTHELESS WISHING ALL A
"I thunks the best way allround is not to try and contact folks well beyond our own developmental stage"
WHUYYA MEAN ~ THOSE NIMBLE NUDGES YOU'VE ALLUDED TO...
"The most plausible explanation for the UFO/alien visitor observations is imo the ‘Many Worlds and Many Aliens’ theory as I like calling it. I'm guessing this universe is teeming with all sorts of life-forms, smarties included, hailing from distant galaxies, OTHER universes, as well as exceedingly weird hidden dimensions"
SO UR CONCLUSION IS THAT >>> "this universe is teeming with all sorts of life-forms" <<< ALTHOUGH YOU FURTHER OPINE >>> not to try and contact folks well beyond our own developmental stage ~ IS IT UR OPINION THAT all sorts of life-forms HAVE BROUGHT CONTACT TO US?
PARDON MY CROSS THREAD CONNECTION
You Sir, have surmised my beliefs on contact 100% accurately.
I could be 100% wrong of course !
Imo the history of human-alien contact has been a case of 'Don't call us, we'll call you'. Some others were here all along, some entered our world at a later stage, among them the more sinister/terrifying players who convinced our member Carol (at least on even days) they must be Demons. All sorts, a random selection from the "teeming" cosmos and multiverse.
So to send out (as today's levels of communication permit us) invitations to unknown intelligent life to kinda come over for drinks and dinner carries the risk for the lot of us ending up on the menu. Just evolution, ZETAR.
Disabled St. Jude patient sues airport and TSA after bloody scuffle with Airport Police
June 30, 2016, by Wayne Carter
MEMPHIS, Tenn. --- Bloodied and bruised Hannah Cohen was led from Memphis International Airport in handcuffs.
The 19-year old was headed home to Chattanooga after treatment for a brain tumor at St. Jude Hospital June 30, 2015.
It's a trip they've made for 17 years.
This time, an unarmed Hannah, set off the metal detector at a security checkpoint.
“They wanted to do further scanning, she was reluctant, she didn't understand what they were about to do," said her mother Shirley Cohen.
Cohen told us she tried to tell TSA agents her daughter is partially deaf, blind in one eye, paralyzed, and easily confused, but said she was kept at a distance by police.
“She's trying to get away from them but in the next instant, one of them had her down on the ground and hit her head on the floor. There was blood everywhere,” said Cohen.
Hannah was arrested, booked and on the night she should have been celebrating the end of her treatment, she was locked up in Jail East.
“Here we were with nowhere to go, not even a toothbrush, our bags had gone to Chattanooga,” said Cohen.
Authorities later threw out the charges but the family filed a lawsuit against the Memphis Airport, Airport Police, and the Transportation Security Administration.
None of them would comment citing the suit, but Sari Koshetz of TSA released a statement that said, “Passengers can call ahead of time to learn more about the screening process for their particular needs or medical situation.”
Cohen said after all the help here, she can't believe it ended like this.
“She's 19 but she'll always be my baby. We've been through so much.”
The Enduring Mystery of the Tarzan Yell Adam K. Raymond Fri, Jul 1 8:52 AM PDT
When The Legend of Tarzan opens in theaters this Friday, its differences from the many previous screen adaptations of Edgar Rice Burroughs’s novel series will be immediately clear. Alexander Skarsgård’s jungle king isn’t the campy vine-swinger of yesteryear, and that difference is no more obvious than in the updated version of the character’s primal yell. Gone is the high-pitched yodel that has become a hallmark of Tarzan, and in its place is a ferocious howl that combines Skarsgård’s voice with an opera singer’s, along with some guttural animal noises.
When GDP is falling and the global economy is weak, there are normally many let's say, "out of the box" ideas on how to stimulate growth again - aside from central planners tripping over each other to see who can print money the fastest that is.
For China, one would assume that more ghost cities are being built, or new projects are being constructed in order to stop Beijing from sinking, but one project that has taken place that many may not have known about is the construction of the world's largest radio telescope.
As RT reports, China has now completed construction on the world's largest radio telescope. The Single-Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST) as it is known, is an enormous dish made up of 4,450 reflector panels with a diameter of a half a kilometer, which is larger than the previous record holder, Puerto Rico's Arcibo Observatory.
It was completed in southwestern China's Guizhou Province on Sunday, when the last reflector was fitted into a natural bunker, which is situated among the mountains of Pingtang County.
The task of the telescope? According to RT, it is to be used to look for intelligent life in deep outer space. Once operational, FAST will be able to detect radio signals from as far away as one thousand light years - evidently that's where the aliens are.
Work began on the project in March of 2011, and was completed Sunday, ahead of the originally planned September date. The project displaced some local residents, who were given $1,800 in compensation and moved to a newly built accommodation.
In total, RT reports that the project cost just over $105 million - while it isn't quite the Death Star we were looking for, this is an excellent start.
China completes the world's largest telescope to find aliens
By Cara McGoogan 4 July 2016 • 10:56am
Work has finished on the world's largest radio telescope, which will hunt for extraterrestrial life and explore space.
China fitted the final of 4,450 panels into the centre of the 500m-wide Aperture Spherical Telescope, or FAST, over the weekend.
The telescope, which cost $180 million (£135 million) and took five years to build, will be switched on from September.
"The project has the potential to search for more strange objects to better understand the origin of the universe and boost the global hunt for extraterrestrial life," Zheng Xiaonian, deputy head of the National Astonomical Observation under the Chinese Academy Sciences, which built the telescope, told Xhinua news agency.
Around the size of 30 football pitches, the 500m-wide radio telescope is significantly larger than the current record holder, Puerto Rico's 300m-wide Arecibo Observatory. And it is 10 times more sensitive than Germany's 100-metre-wide steerable telescope, according to Xinhua.
From September, the telescope will be open for two or three years of early-stage research while it also undergoes trials and adjustments.
Before then 9,000 people that live within a 5 km radius of the centre will be relocated to ensure radio silence in the area.
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GREAT SPIRITS ALWAYS ENCOUNTER THE MOST VIOLENT OPPOSITION FROM MEDIOCRE MINDS E=MC2