A Space Nation And so it begins… for the public domain. We live in times of the first commercial space companies. Space junk. Old Soviet space stations. And since October 12, 2016: Asgardia. Named after the ancient Norse mythological city Asgard, the city of the gods. Announced by Dr. Igor Ashurbeyli,  the founder of the Aerospace International Research Centre and Chairman of UNESCO’s Science of Space Committee. On the website of Asgardia people were invited to register for “citizenship” with the aim of applying to the United Nations for recognition as a nation state. Official site asgardia.space was launched on October 12, 2016, and overRead More →

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Inter Dimensional Mind  Those who are familiar with esoteric and occult science know that the mind can be seen as a building. Or an inter dimensional temple. Now scientist have found mysterious shapes and structures in the brain with up to eleven dimensions. They hope to gain more knowledge as to how memories are formed. The brain is a very complex structure. The scientists used computer models to understand how brain cells are working. There are tens of millions of these objects even in a small speck of the brain, up through seven dimensions. ‘In some networks, we even found structures with up to elevenRead More →

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Most of the science papers, reports and articles are written in such way only scientists can understand it Science was not always totally ‘open’ to the public. Of course it may be logic due to the fact most people are not interested in (all) science. But are people not interested in science? Depending on the definition of science, we can say that things like cooking or gardening are forms of science. And one important aspect of life and a fundemental element in science is: time. Perhaps we can say that everybody is into science on a daily base because of time. But when it comesRead More →

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When the nano second counts From ancient stone structures to modern watches and smartphones. Time measurement has always been one of the primal things for humanity. We need clocks for basic things like cooking and appointments. But when it comes to more difficult things, time measurement must be a perfect as possible. Especially in the fields of science. Scientist from the old days used their mechanical instruments. In today’s world the mechanical devices have been replaced by electronic, digital devices. Some of our day-to-day technologies are actually sensitive to extremely small changes in time measurements. GPS technology, for instance, is sensitive to the changes in timeRead More →

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