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How to Make Gold & Platinum

by Daniel Brouse Q: How do you make gold and platinum? A: Collide two neutron stars “It’s so beautiful. It’s so beautiful it makes me want to cry. It’s the fulfillment of dozens, hundreds, thousands of people’s efforts, but it’s also the fulfillment of an idea suddenly becoming real,” said Peter Saulson of Syracuse University. […]

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The Universal Theorem

The Cron Vortex by Daniel Brouse The Universal Theorem contains elements from: Einstein’s Theory of Relativity / Space-time Continuum, Vortex Physics, Chaos Theory and The Laws of Thermodynamics. The combination of these elements form a system. The interaction between the system and matter is commonly called time. Imagine Earth as it starts on the edge […]

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Picture Of A Black Hole

by Daniel Brouse You can not really take a picture of a black hole. No light escapes from a black hole, so you won’t see anything. That is why it is called a black hole; however, theoretical astronomers have attempted to take the first picture. Instead, they try to piece together an image of a […]

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Kid Discovers Lost Mayan City

A teenager from Canada has discovered a Mayan City. William Gadoury, a 15-year-old from Saint-Jean-de-Matha in Canada, used images from NASA, the Canadian Space Agency and the Japanese Space Agency to connect the position of the stars in constellations to the position of Mayan cities. “Geometric shapes, such as squares or rectangles, appeared on these […]

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NASA Interplanetary Travel Posters

NASA released print quality travel posters promoting space exploration. Greetings from your First Exoplanet While there is much debate over which exoplanet discovery is considered the “first,” one stands out from the rest. In 1995, scientists discovered 51 Pegasi b, forever changing the way we see the universe and our place in it. The exoplanet […]

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Reusable Rocket Success

SpaceX is a private company that manufactures and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft. The company was founded in 2002 to revolutionize space technology, with the ultimate goal of enabling people to live on other planets. After several recent failed missions, SpaceX has launched and recovered the first ever reusable rocket. The SpaceX rocket launched multiple […]

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Space

Cutting the space budget really restores my faith in humanity. It eliminates dreams, goals, and ideals and lets us get straight to the business of hate, debauchery, and self-annihilation. — Johnny Hart

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Death Star

NASA — Scientists using NASA’s repurposed Kepler space telescope, known as the K2 mission, have uncovered strong evidence of a tiny, rocky object being torn apart as it spirals around a white dwarf star. This discovery validates a long-held theory that white dwarfs are capable of cannibalizing possible remnant planets that have survived within its […]

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72 Million Light Years Away

Hubble Space Telescope: Captures New Image of Galaxy 72 Million Light-Years From Earth The telescope, operated by NASA and the European Space Agency, was used to photograph NCG 4639, a barred spiral galaxy located in the Virgo constellation.

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The Dark Side of the Moon?

“I’ll see you on the dark side of the moon.” “There is no dark side of the moon really. Matter of fact it’s all dark.” — Pink Floyd NASA has taken a picture of the far side of the moon: The far side of the moon, illuminated by the sun, is seen as it crosses […]

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    • The Economic Monsters: Inflation and Interest Rates
      by Daniel Brouse Economist In 2006 and 2007, we forecast the impending “great recession”. Our investment advice was to sell all your real estate. If you could not sell it, leverage it to the hilt (so you had your cash out before failure.) Turned out to be an accurate forecast. In 2017 and 2018, we […]
    • Climate Science Special Report: Human Induced
      The Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4), Volume I has determined that climate change is being unduly accelerated by human activities. The report is an authoritative assessment of the science of climate change, with a focus on the United States. It represents the first of two volumes of the Fourth National Climate Assessment, mandated by the […]
    • New York City Sues Oil Companies Over Climate Change
      The most likely force to cause a change in climate change is money. New York City is filing a law suit against five major oil companies (BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Exxon Mobil and Royal Dutch Shell), claiming they have contributed to global warming. Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city will seek billions of dollars in […]
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    • The Squares Of Philadelphia
      Southwest (Rittenhouse) Square, Southeast (Washington) Square, Northwest Square (Logan Circle), Northeast (Franklin) Square and Centre Square (City Hall) all offer something free to do in Philly. Originally planned by William Penn when he laid out the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1682, the Squares of Philadelphia are five open-space public parks. Rittenhouse Square in Center […]
    • Earthquake Shakes Parts of Philly
      DOVER, DELAWARE — A Magnitude 4.1 earthquake was recorded 10km ENE of Dover, Delaware. The tremors could be felt from Washington D.C. to New York. No major damage or injuries were reported.
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    • Destination: History
      On Feb. 20, 1962, John Glenn made history by becoming the first U.S. astronaut to orbit the place we call home--planet Earth.
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    • Violent Blast from Sinabung
      The Indonesian volcano blew a chunk of its peak into the sky, dropping ash across tens of kilometers and sending up a sulfur dioxide plume.
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