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Sun expected to 'flip upside down' as magnetic field reverses its polarity
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/space/10450581/Sun-expected-to-flip-upside-down-as-magnetic-field-reverses-its-polarity.html

great news, great changes, electric universe, welcome ison =)
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Who writes these articles?
The "field" of the Sun will be flipped, not the Sun itself.
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hoping for a great show =)
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COMET ISON, SO FAR SO GOOD: Comet ISON is hurtling toward the sun today at 240,000 mph and, despite the rising heat, the comet appears to be intact. Yesterday, reports of fading spectral lines from the comet's core raised concerns that the icy nucleus might be disintegrating. Current images from NASA and ESA spacecraft, however, show the comet still going strong. Comet ISON has just entered the field of view of the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO):


NASA's STEREO-A spacecraft is also monitoring the comet. Click to view a high-resolution movie (32 MB), which compresses 96 hours into less than 1 minute:
http://science1.nasa.gov/media/medialibrary/2013/11/27/96hours.avi

let see how the CME performs in coming few days.
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Humans were created by crossing pigs and chimpanzees
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LONDON – Geneticist Eugene McCarthy argues that the human race was created by crossing chimpanzees and pigs. No matter how this claim may seem unbelievable, McCarthy is one of the world’s leading geneticists and probably the greatest expert for hybrid animals in the world.


http://inserbia.info/news/2013/07/humans-were-created-by-crossing-pigs-and-chimpanzees/

http://www.macroevolution.net/about-me.html
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So, when someone says: "these pigs... <something about humans>" -- it is not far from the truth!
Smile
Very cool in a scientific way, however.
More interesting to know if the cross-breeding happened in a natural way or it was forced by someone (alien scientists, ...)
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i guess we are not alone,
i am more to some alien conscious beings created us.
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pig + chimp = human is as exact as:
human - pig = chimp
pig + fish = dolphin

ones people will understand that only the environment + time can give a race, maybe this kind of bullshit will disappear.

if human have genes in common with chimp and pig, it is maybe the cause of the environment they share since the world is world.

for example, imagine a planet where the hottest temperature is 10° C, on this planet, homo sapiens will never loose his hairs.
on a planet where the coldest temperature is 10°C, no animal will have hairs, everybody will live undersea because life on the surface will be very difficult.

here, we evolved with respect to earth conditions, and it led every races to be like they are now, depending on the DNA evolutions possibilities.

for example, when a primate just have to develop his hability to climb trees, another mammal have just the possibility to elongate his neck to reach the tree tops, cause their respective DNA evolution capabilities are different, primate still have a hand, where the mammal just have a long neck.
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It's not very surprising. For quite some time scientists have known that pig organs share some similarities with human organs (heart, digestive system, collagen, etc.); and pig tissue is already used in dozens of surgical interventions.


sleepsleep wrote:
i guess we are not alone,
i am more to some alien conscious beings created us.

Nah, it's way less cool than that. It's more like "juggle with elementary particles, rinse and repeat for billions of years".
Sooner or later some form of matter will be able to do the above on its own; that's commonly known as "reproduction". Wink
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The theory, nicely explained: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIrE9TaC2rc (2 mins 24 secs)
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Frank wrote:
The theory, nicely explained: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIrE9TaC2rc (2 mins 24 secs)
ROFL

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of course things have evolved from quite some time ago, the pigs have been somewhat different and the monkeys there would be somewhat different from current day monkeys. well u got Hair in some strange arrangement. how would u loose hair, while other animals wouldnt? if u migrate through desert maybe u loose hair, because hot weather plus hair means very much more bacterial microflora to replicate.
But look at the head of the pig, and look at the hair of the monkeys (the wild pig/hog). It is more likely, that humans or lizzards or more so dynasaur like things have evolved a more intelligent species, and either of them consciously because of curiosity in one way or another made humans to mate with pig ancestors.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Wild_Boar_Habbitat_3.jpg, and this is how they achieved a more modern stage, of humans who have repeatedly mated with the apes on some colonies at least and then these would eventually colonise other places.
again, quite likely it was something quite similar to the wild boar/hog, not something necesserily ressembling it in every way.
of course if an already kinda smart species was the reason (u may imagine,, in a very strange case that accidents led to development for a species, and suppose there was a kinda friendly species, who did not much research most of them, and had little access to pure enough materials, so they would not be able to advance material science, so their technology stagnated for quite some time (was moving very slowly). these would however since kind note some things about other animals and may have tryed to cross them (because they see that they have some differences, but so what if they cross these animals, something might happen wich is interesting/usefull).

monkey faces are also bald, while dog cat and so on have completely hairy faces. Possibly most apes nowadays with the bald face have relatives similar to the Hog, and original whatever cross. perhaps it was a pig crossed with a cat, and then crossed again and again. this would explain why cat feet smells very similar to human feet, and why cats are so much liked, because in the brain, there are some structures wich in some way still bend towards the cat beauty ideal, from some perspectives.

maybe humans tryed to swim and a dolphin ancestor with less dangerous dick or a dolphin female or whatever wanted to save the ancestor of human and their genitals connected (possibly human female) but i was reading and it is evident that copulation with a bottlenose dolphine by a human female can even be leathal considering the forces involved.

https://www.google.com.ua/search?q=Hog+hair&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=C2iYUragCsSYtQa-jICACA&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAQ&biw=1141&bih=760#q=gorilla+face&tbm=isch
gorilla nose. i htink most likely.. there is evidence of a common ancestor or of crossing.
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matefkr, I have a YouTube link for you, too. Something that I'm sure will catch your ... interest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j75KdkV7n2o. (Warning: not absolutely safe for work)
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and stephen hawking is the result of the crossing of a potato and a human... means that the potato dna is the missing part to give us the hability to be clever and a vegetable at the same time.
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edfed wrote:
and stephen hawking is the result of the crossing of a potato and a human... means that the potato dna is the missing part to give us the hability to be clever and a vegetable at the same time.


So does this make french fries a delicacy ?

And where have you been? Hiding in your bunker in hopes of surviving the doomsday?
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something great from china,
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A Chinese Long March rocket is scheduled to blast off to the Moon on Sunday evening at about 6pm British time carrying a small robotic rover that will touch down on to the lunar surface in about two weeks’ time


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/in-the-footsteps-of-the-us-why-next-man-on-moon-will-be-chinese-8973404.html
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more on here,

http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/special/change3/

Quote:
China will launch the Chang'e-3 lunar probe to the moon at 1:30 a.m. Monday from Xichang Satellite Launch Center, the mission's launching headquarters said here Saturday.

It will be the first time for China to send a spacecraft to soft land on the surface of an extraterrestrial body, where it will conduct surveys on the moon.
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http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/528277/20131207/hd-106906-b-giant-exoplanet-massive-orbit.htm

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Astronomers have discovered a planet 11 times the size of Jupiter revolving around its host star in the farthest-ever orbit observed so far among all the planetary systems known.

Amazingly, the planet dubbed, HD 106906 b, is about 650 AU away from its host star, HD 106906 A. AU stands for Astronomical Units or the average distance between earth and sun. This is a massive distance, by solar standards.


our friend, revolution, always traveling to different planets using worm hole.
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Very cool!
I read the space news every day.

btw, how do the astronomers know that planet is actually orbiting that star?
Don't they need to confirm it by seeing it make an actual orbit.
I wonder how much time that planet needs to orbit the star?
I bet that time is few Earth years.
Or few hundred Earth years...

So, how do they know?
Maybe the planet just a failed star happens to be nearby a non-failed counterpart?
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Good points, but I would think that Earth mass is derived from Newton equations and they
are quite good (I mean proven) at standard gravity modelling.
I agree, that Sun age and such may have a wide margin of error.
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