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Vatic Note: Remember we
can trust no publications, institutions like NASA, Discovery news, etc
etc of the mainstream since we have been lied too so many times.
However, in their manipulations they do bury seeds of truth to give the
rest of their garbage credibility, so maybe there is something to this.
Its my contention to keep an open mind, read, view videos, and keep in
mind their ultimate goal of saying we are being invaded by bogus aliens
so that we will agree to globalize.
Its a bit more elaborate than that,
but that is what it will, in the end, boil down to with their staged
performances. If you see an alien that hasn't been here all along,
understand he is probably from "Plum Island" and resurrected out of the
"Iron Mountain" report that recommends doing exactly what I suggested
above in order to manipulate the masses into accepting a global fascist
governance. Don't buy into it. But do read about this and take it
seriously. There is obviously something going on cosmically and as Rahm used to say, "NEVER LET A GOOD CRISIS GO TO WASTE".
order words, take advantage of it to promote the main agenda. I think
that is what this is all about. So read, discern as much as you can what
is real and what is manipulation. Good Luck. . Also remember the
"source" for this article is STANFORD UNIVERSITY WHICH IS FUNDED PRIMARILY BY the BRITISH ILLUMINATI LONDON BASED PRINCIPALITY TAVISTOCK GROUP.
So you know who they work for and who runs the bankers, the illums. ALSO REMEMBER, RUMSFELD WORKS FOR THE HOOVER INSTITUTE AT STANFORD, SO
KEEP ALL THAT IN MIND AS WELL.
Is the Sun Emitting a Mystery Particle???
Discovery News, Analysis by Ian O'Neill
Wed Aug 25, 2010 02:21 PM ET
But what if a well-known -- and apparently constant -- characteristic of matter starts behaving mysteriously?
is exactly what has been noticed in recent years; the decay rates of
radioactive elements are changing. This is especially mysterious as we
are talking about elements with "constant" decay rates -- these values
aren't supposed to change. School textbooks teach us this from an early
WATCH VIDEO: A solar eruption sends a wave of
plasma hurtling towards Earth on Aug. 1, 2010. The event was captured by
NASA satellites. This is the conclusion that researchers from Stanford
and Purdue University have arrived at, but the only explanation they
have is even weirder than the phenomenon itself: The sun might be
emitting a previously unknown particle that is meddling with the decay
rates of matter. Or, at the very least, we are seeing some new physics.
fields of science depend on measuring constant decay rates. For
example, to accurately date ancient artifacts, archaeologists measure
the quantity of carbon-14 found inside organic samples at dig sites.
This is a technique known as carbon dating.
has a very defined half-life of 5730 years; i.e. it takes 5,730 years
for half of a sample of carbon-14 to radioactively decay into stable
nitrogen-14. Through spectroscopic analysis of the ancient organic
sample, by finding out what proportion of carbon-14 remains, we can
accurately calculate how old it is.
But as you can see,
carbon dating makes one huge assumption: radioactive decay rates remain
constant and always have been constant. If this new finding is proven
to be correct, even if the impact is small, it will throw the science
community into a spin.
Interestingly, researchers at
Purdue first noticed something awry when they were using radioactive
samples for random number generation. Each decay event occurs randomly
(hence the white noise you'd hear from a Geiger counter), so radioactive
samples provide a non-biased random number generator.
when they compared their measurements with other scientists' work, the
values of the published decay rates were not the same. In fact, after
further research they found that not only were they not constant, but
they'd vary with the seasons. Decay rates would slightly decrease during
the summer and increase during the winter.
SLIDE SHOW: Seeing the Sun in a New Light, The First Solar Dynamics Observatory Images
error and environmental conditions have all been ruled out -- the decay
rates are changing throughout the year in a predictable pattern. And
there seems to be only one answer.
As the Earth is
closer to the sun during the winter months in the Northern Hemisphere
(our planet's orbit is slightly eccentric, or elongated), could the sun
be influencing decay rates?
In another moment of
weirdness, Purdue nuclear engineer Jere Jenkins noticed an inexplicable
drop in the decay rate of manganese-54 when he was testing it one night
in 2006. It so happened that this drop occurred just over a day before a
large flare erupted on the sun.
Did the sun somehow
communicate with the manganese-54 sample? If it did, something from the
sun would have had to travel through the Earth (as the sample was on the
far side of our planet from the sun at the time) unhindered.
sun link was made even stronger when Peter Sturrock, Stanford professor
emeritus of applied physics, suggested that the Purdue scientists look
for other recurring patterns in decay rates. As an expert of the inner
workings of the sun, Sturrock had a hunch that solar neutrinos might
hold the key to this mystery.
Sure enough, the
researchers noticed the decay rates vary repeatedly every 33 days -- a
period of time that matches the rotational period of the core of the
sun. The solar core is the source of solar neutrinos.
may all sound rather circumstantial, but these threads of evidence
appear to lead to a common source of the radioactive decay rate
variation. But there's a huge problem with speculation that solar
neutrinos could impact decay rates on Earth: neutrinos aren't supposed
to work like that.
Neutrinos, born from the nuclear
processes in the core of the sun, are ghostly particles. They can
literally pass through the Earth unhindered as they so weakly interact.
How could such a quantum welterweight have any measurable impact on
radioactive samples in the lab?
In short, nobody knows.
neutrinos are the culprits, it means we are falling terribly short of
understanding the true nature of these subatomic particles. But if (and
this is a big if) neutrinos aren't to blame, is the sun generating an
as-yet-to-be- discovered particle?
If either case is true, we'll have to go back and re-write those textbooks.
Source: Stanford University
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