28 August 2014

The cosmos is a living organism: NASA Telescopes Uncover Early Construction of Giant Galaxy

Astronomers have for the first time caught a glimpse of the earliest stages of massive galaxy construction. The building site, dubbed “Sparky,” is a dense galactic core blazing with the light of millions of newborn stars that are forming at a ferocious rate.

The discovery was made possible through combined observations from NASA’s Hubble and Spitzer space telescopes, the W. M. Keck Observatory in Mauna Kea, Hawaii, and the European Space Agency’s Herschel space observatory, in which NASA plays an important role.

A fully developed elliptical galaxy is a gas-deficient gathering of ancient stars theorized to develop from the inside out, with a compact core marking its beginnings. Because the galactic core is so far away, the light of the forming galaxy that is observable from Earth was actually created 11 billion years ago, just 3 billion years after the Big Bang.

Although only a fraction of the size of the Milky Way, the tiny powerhouse galactic core already contains about twice as many stars as our galaxy, all crammed into a region only 6,000 light-years across. The Milky Way is about 100,000 light-years across.

“We really hadn’t seen a formation process that could create things that are this dense,” said Erica Nelson of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. “We suspect that this core-formation process is a phenomenon unique to the early universe because the early universe, as a whole, was more compact. Today, the universe is so diffuse that it cannot create such objects anymore.”

In addition to determining the galaxy’s size from the Hubble images, the team dug into archival far-infrared images from Spitzer and Herschel. This allowed them to see how fast the galaxy core is creating stars. Sparky produced roughly 300 stars per year, compared to the 10 stars per year produced by our Milky Way.

“They’re very extreme environments,” Nelson said. “It’s like a medieval cauldron forging stars. There’s a lot of turbulence, and it’s bubbling. If you were in there, the night sky would be bright with young stars, and there would be a lot of dust, gas, and remnants of exploding stars. To actually see this happening is fascinating.”

Astronomers theorize that this frenzied star birth was sparked by a torrent of gas flowing into the galaxy’s core while it formed deep inside a gravitational well of dark matter, invisible cosmic material that acts as the scaffolding of the universe for galaxy construction.

Observations indicate that the galaxy had been furiously making stars for more than a billion years. It is likely that this frenzy eventually will slow to a stop and that over the next 10 billion years other smaller galaxies may merge with Sparky, causing it to expand and become a mammoth, sedate elliptical galaxy.

“I think our discovery settles the question of whether this mode of building galaxies actually happened or not,” said Pieter van Dokkum of Yale University. “The question now is: How often did this occur? We suspect there are other galaxies like this that are even fainter in near-infrared wavelengths. We think they’ll be brighter at longer wavelengths, and so it will really be up to future infrared telescopes such as NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to find more of these objects.”
Consciousness simmers throughout the universe

Righteous Dead White Males

President Obama will award three Medals of Honor next month, including one to a soldier who commanded troops during the Battle of Gettysburg during the Civil War.
The soldier, First Lieutenant Alonzo Cushing, is being awarded the medal posthumously for his actions while serving as commanding officer of Battery A, 4th United States Artillery, Artillery Brigade, 2nd Corps, Army of the Potomac. He fought in the vicinity of Cemetery Ridge during Longstreet's Assault, also known as Pickett's Charge.
During the third day of the battle, on July 3, 1863, while his battery sustained heavy fire from Confederate artillery, Cushing manned the only remaining and serviceable field piece in his battery.
Despite being wounded in the stomach and his right shoulder, he refused to evacuate to the rear and continued to fire on the enemy. He was killed by rebel infantry just 100 yards away, but made it possible for the Union Army to hold off the Confederate assault, according to the White House.
Cushing is buried at his alma mater, West Point.

Congratulations First Lieutenant Alonzo Cushing:
ZOG couldn't have done it without you
White man who fought and died for White genocide

As a purely demographic matter, then, the “white America” that Lothrop Stoddard believed in so fervently may cease to exist in 2040, 2050, or 2060, or later still. But where the culture is concerned, it’s already all but finished. Instead of the long-standing model of assimilation toward a common center, the culture is being remade in the image of white America’s multiethnic, multicolored heirs.

For some, the disappearance of this centrifugal core heralds a future rich with promise. In 1998, President Bill Clinton, in a now-famous address to students at Portland State University, remarked:
Today, largely because of immigration, there is no majority race in Hawaii or Houston or New York City. Within five years, there will be no majority race in our largest state, California. In a little more than 50 years, there will be no majority race in the United States. No other nation in history has gone through demographic change of this magnitude in so short a time ... [These immigrants] are energizing our culture and broadening our vision of the world. They are renewing our most basic values and reminding us all of what it truly means to be American.
Not everyone was so enthused. Clinton’s remarks caught the attention of another anxious Buchanan—Pat Buchanan, the conservative thinker. Revisiting the president’s speech in his 2001 book, The Death of the West, Buchanan wrote: “Mr. Clinton assured us that it will be a better America when we are all minorities and realize true ‘diversity.’ Well, those students [at Portland State] are going to find out, for they will spend their golden years in a Third World America.”
Thus, we wee that Prof. Kevin MacDonald's notion that the war against Whites is massively incentivized -- ("Whites who cooperate in their own displacement are handsomely rewarded") -- applies even posthumously. 
I wonder if First Lieutenant Alonzo Cushing would fought to his death if he had known the ultimate, ineluctable consequences of the ideology for which he gave his life:

Rotherham: In the face of such evil, who is the racist now?

The Yorkshire town where 1,400 White girls have been sexually abused by Asian men is a byword for depravity – all because people wouldn’t rock the multicultural boat.

In Rotherham, South Yorkshire Police “regarded many White child victims with contempt

The notion of "Righteous Dead White Males" has an interesting analogue:
We need White governments that will put the interests of WHITE people first.

Calculating conditions at the birth of the universe


(Phys.org) —Using a calculation originally proposed seven years ago to be performed on a petaflop computer, Lawrence Livermore researchers computed conditions that simulate the birth of the universe.

When the universe was less than one microsecond old and more than one trillion degrees, it transformed from a plasma of quarks and gluons into bound states of quarks - also known as protons and neutrons, the fundamental building blocks of ordinary matter that make up most of the visible universe.

The theory of quantum chromodynamics (QCD) governs the interactions of the strong nuclear force and predicts it should happen when such conditions occur.

This is the first time that this calculation has been performed in a way that preserves a certain fundamental symmetry of the QCD, in which the right and left-handed quarks (scientists call this chirality) can be interchanged without altering the equations. These important symmetries are easy to describe, but they are computationally very challenging to implement.

"But with the invention of petaflop computing, we were able to calculate the properties with a theory proposed years ago when petaflop-scale computers weren't even around yet," Soltz said.
The research has implications for our understanding of the evolution of the universe during the first microsecond after the Big Seed, when the universe expanded and cooled to a temperature below 10 trillion degrees.

Below this temperature, quarks and gluons are confined, existing only in hadronic bound states such as the familiar proton and neutron. Above this temperature, these bound states cease to exist and quarks and gluons instead form plasma, which is strongly coupled near the transition and coupled more and more weakly as the temperature increases.

"The result provides an important validation of our understanding of the strong interaction at high temperatures, and aids us in our interpretation of data collected at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider at Brookhaven National Laboratory and the Large Hadron Collider at CERN." Soltz said.

27 August 2014

Confederate Flag Doesn't Fly With California Lawmakers

"No Californian should be exposed to the type of hate or threat of violence caused by the image of the Confederate flag," the bill's author, Assemblyman Isadore Hall III (D-Compton), said in a press release.
Hey Isadore...

26 August 2014

Scotland has a chance to commit White genocide

The SNP has always been ahead of the curve in electing women to office, and Scotland’s parliament boasts an impressive percentage of female members, at just over 30 percent. The rest of Scottish government, however, is overwhelmingly white and male. That make-up feels antiquated today as Scotland has absorbed refugees through United Nations-supported amnesty initiatives and immigrants thanks to the European Union’s porous borders.
Salmond also has said that the new government will support talented international students who want to stay after school, skilled workers, and entrepreneurs with outside voices. With this kind of open-minded immigration policy, Scotland will, in just a short time, be far less homogeneous. Scotland should ensure that women and people of color are elected to public office. In doing so, they will be constructing a political system that doesn’t just represent Scotland today but the country a generation from now as well.

"Scotland will, in just a short time, be far less homogeneous."
As noted, the above article was written by Alex Pearlman; here's some information about Mr. Pearlman, taken from his Linkedin webpage:
Graduate Student/Postdoctoral Fellow

NYU Langone Medical Center

Nonprofit; 10,001+ employees; Hospital & Health Care industry
May 2002September 2011 (9 years 5 months) Greater New York City Area
-Develop clinical models for cancer therapy,
-Computational Modeling of Cancer Genomes,
-Positional Cloning and Functional Analysis of Disorders of Sexual Development,
-Population Genetics of Jewish Diaspora
I wonder if Mr. Pearlman would be so enthusiastic about Israel implementing the same kind of "open-minded" immigration policy as the one he is so keen to foist on Scotland. Because if Israel were to adopt such a policy, Israel would, "in just a short time, be far less homogeneous."

Newsweek’s Ebola cover story is "racist and misinformed"

"racist and misinformed"
This week, a drawn chimp features as the sole image on the cover of Newsweek. The article and cover image now face two serious charges from academics, activists and diplomats. They say that the image of a monkey is racist and the article is factually incorrect. The depiction of Africans as ape-like and sub-human dates back centuries to colonialism. A racist justification for treating Africans as inferior, the image is one that rots in the dustbin of history. At least that was the thought until Newsweek’s cover.
The release of the image at the end of last week was met with an immediate backlash. Newsweek’s Editor in Chief Jim Impoco engaged with his critics to the extent that he dismissed their concerns.
He flippantly dismissed the concerns of the cover, made by academics and African experts. The feature article warns that bushmeat smuggled into the US from West Africa could export the outbreak to American shores. The illegal delicacy makes its way into the US and could be a vessel for deadly diseases “such as Monkeybox, Ebola Virus, Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and other communicable diseases,” according to a 2007 customs memo obtained by Newsweek.
The cover, coupled with a misinformed article, is extremely damaging, argue researchers Laura Seay and Kim Yi Dionne in the Washington Post, today. The two carefully looked through the information about the spread of disease through bushmeat, finding that it would be nearly impossible for Ebola to make it to the US through the illicit trade.  The consequences for the way that people view Africa, and especially African migrants living in the US, can be devastating.
“Newsweek’s use of a chimpanzee to represent a scientifically invalid story about an African disease is a classic case of othering. It suggests that African immigrants are to be feared, and that apes — and African immigrants who eat them — could bring a deadly disease to the pristine shores of the United States of America,” write Seay and Dionne.
"Factually incorrect"? Maybe, there're still a lot of unknowns regarding the Ebola.
But "racist"?
The lady doth protest too much, methinks.

Do we live in a 2-D hologram? New Fermilab experiment will test the nature of the universe

The holonic hologram
The information about everything in our universe could actually be encoded in tiny packets in two dimensions, the researchers say - and this laser experiment, called the Holometer, could prove it
A unique experiment at the U.S. Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory called the Holometer has started collecting data that will answer some mind-bending questions about our universe – including whether we live in a hologram.
Much like characters on a television show would not know that their seemingly 3 - D world exists only on a 2-D screen, we could be clueless that our 3-D space is just an illusion. The information about everything in our universe could actually be encoded in tiny packets in two dimensions.
Get close enough to your TV screen and you'll see pixels, small points of data that make a seamless image if you stand back. Scientists think that the universe's information may be contained in the same way, and that the natural "pixel size" of space is roughly 10 trillion trillion times smaller than an atom, a distance that physicists refer to as the Planck scale.
"We want to find out whether spacetime is a quantum system just like matter is," said Craig Hogan, director of Fermilab's Center for Particle Astrophysics and the developer of the holographic noise theory. "If we see something, it will completely change ideas about space we've used for thousands of years."
Quantum theory suggests that it is impossible to know both the exact location and the exact speed of subatomic particles. If space comes in 2-D bits with limited information about the precise location of objects, then space itself would fall under the same theory of uncertainty . The same way that matter continues to jiggle (as quantum waves) even when cooled to absolute zero, this digitized space should have built-in vibrations even in its lowest energy state.
Essentially, the experiment probes the limits of the universe's ability to store information. If there are a set number of bits that tell you where something is, it eventually becomes impossible to find more specific information about the location – even in principle. The instrument testing these limits is Fermilab's Holometer, or holographic interferometer, the most sensitive device ever created to measure the quantum jitter of space itself.
Now operating at full power, the Holometer uses a pair of interferometers placed close to one another. Each one sends a one-kilowatt laser beam (the equivalent of 200,000 laser pointers) at a beam splitter and down two perpendicular 40-meter arms. The light is then reflected back to the beam splitter where the two beams recombine, creating fluctuations in brightness if there is motion.
Researchers analyze these fluctuations in the returning light to see if the beam splitter is moving in a certain way – being carried along on a jitter of space itself.
"Holographic noise" is expected to be present at all frequencies, but the scientists' challenge is not to be fooled by other sources of vibrations. The Holometer is testing a frequency so high – millions of cycles per second – that motions of normal matter are not likely to cause problems. Rather, the dominant background noise is more often due to radio waves emitted by nearby electronics. The Holometer experiment is designed to identify and eliminate noise from such conventional sources.
"If we find a noise we can't get rid of, we might be detecting something fundamental about nature–a noise that is intrinsic to spacetime," said Fermilab physicist Aaron Chou, lead scientist and project manager for the Holometer. "It's an exciting moment for physics. A positive result will open a whole new avenue of questioning about how space works."

The White genocide train keeps on rolling: US schools to have non-white majority

US schools to have non-White majority
School population figures show a demographic milestone in the US

White pupils in state schools in the United States are set to be in the minority for the first time when schools return for the new term.

According to official forecasts, enrolments for the 2014-15 school year will mark the threshold when ethnic minorities become the majority.

This demographic shift has been driven by rising numbers of Hispanic pupils.

Figures are gathered by the US Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics.

It records the number of pupils in the state school system across the United States - and it publishes forecasts of enrolments in the years ahead.
Population shifts

The figures show a steady decline in the numbers of white pupils since the mid-1990s and a broadly stable number of black pupils, but a sharply rising number of pupils identified as Hispanic.

The school figures show the number of Hispanic pupils has more than doubled over the past two decades and is projected to continue rising in the next decade.

It means that in autumn 2014 the proportion of white pupils is expected to have fallen marginally below 50% for the first time, with about 26% of pupils Hispanic and 15% black.

There are also smaller ethnic groups of Asian pupils, native Americans and Pacific Islanders. Fewer than 3% are identified as mixed race.

The figures show how the increase in the Hispanic population has changed the demography of the school population, rising from 14% of pupils in the mid-1990s and forecast to reach 30% by the mid-2020s.

In the mid-1990s, white pupils represented almost 65% of pupils in the US state school system. The projections show that by the mid-2020s that figure will be about 45%.

But the Pew Research Center, which analyses public policy and social trends, has highlighted how there is a very different pattern in private schools, with a high proportion of white pupils. About one in 10 pupils attends a private school.

There have also been questions raised about the use in education of the term ethnic "minority", when there is no longer a majority ethnic group within the school population.


Asian issue of TIME Magazine calls for majority non-White Australia
 April 9, 1990 | Vol. 135 No. 15

Bottomless brunch leads to puking, urinating and other bad behavior outside New York bar


A neighbor recorded a 10-minute drunken montage outside Flatiron District club Pranna, which offers unlimited cocktails and an entrée for $45.

Let the good times roll
Today's bottomless brunch specials include midday drunkenness, vomiting and indecent exposure.
A fed-up neighbor who lives next to what might be New York's drunkest brunch spot, Pranna, spent three weekends secretly recording sloshed customers outside the Flatiron District lounge.
http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/bottomless-brunch-goers-behaving-badly-video-article-1.1917291The video compilation includes intoxicated diners stumbling out of the bar, falling in the street, puking on the sidewalk and publically urinating — all in broad daylight.
At one point, a taxi that stops to pick up two patrons speeds off, its backseat door still open, when the driver realizes how hammered his would-be travelers are. Others are caught taking swigs from a liquor bottle directly outside the restaurant-turned-club.
Pranna's weekend brunch runs from noon to 7 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, and drunken diners can enjoy an entrée and unlimited cocktails for $45.

YouTube user ProblematicPranna posted the 10-minute supercut to point out how ridiculous — and dangerous — the day drinking benders are, he told Gothamist.
"People can't walk at 6 p.m.? These bottomless brunches are really annoying to have to walk by puke, pee," the anonymous videographer told the news site.
The plastered montage comes from the same videographer who shot video of belligerent New York University student Gerry Shalam shouting "My father owns half of fucking Manhattan" earlier this summer.
What more could you ask for? It's like the fall of Rome, all over again:

International conference on the evolution of the universe

This conference will gather at Brioni [August 25 - 30]. The world's leading scientists will discuss the development process of the universe, from the Big Seed to the emergence of life and the process of self-organization of matter under extreme conditions.
"The process of self-organization of matter is one of perhaps the greatest mysteries of understanding the universe. Moreover, religions are created to not understanding how the evolution of the chaos created intellect as the pinnacle decorated nature. Understanding the complexity of the mechanisms that matter self-organizes not only important for understanding how life originated on Earth but also on planets outside our solar system which is now investigating. "
Insight into the fundamental aspects of the process of self-organization requires interdisciplinary approaches that can stimulate the flow of ideas between scientists of different specific areas that overlap both theoretically and experimentally. So this year's conference program will include research on: scale of atoms and molecules (nanostructures, ultra-cold state of atoms and molecules, complex molecules important for the emergence of life), large-scale structures in the universe (the creation of proto-galaxies, proto-stars and their evolution, the evolution of the planet) and questions the origin of life.

Seven people shot in six separate incidents across NY City

The bloody day began around 12:50 a.m. Saturday with two men shot in the lobby of a Brooklyn building, cops said. Five others were wounded in separate acts of violence in Queens, Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx.
The bullets just keep flying.

Seven people were shot — one critically — across four boroughs Saturday, including a drive-by outside the Hudson River Cafe in Harlem, police said.
The latest wave of bloodshed comes after two men were killed and 20 others wounded in shootings last weekend. NYPD statistics through Aug. 17 show the number of people shot has spiked about 10%, compared with the same time period last year.
Saturday’s violence began around 12:50 a.m. when two men, 21 and 34, were blasted in the chest at their Prospect-Lefferts Gardens apartment building at Clarkson and Nostrand Aves.
The older man was in critical condition.
Two men were wounded in the lobby of a Prospect-Lefferts Gardens building
Four more people were shot within the next few hours, police said. All were in stable condition.
A 22-year-old man was shot in the leg and shoulder on Simpson St. in the Bronx around 1:15 a.m.
Nearby cops arrested two men at the scene, officials said.
A 27-year-old man was shot in the leg near Merrick Blvd. and 109th Ave. in Jamaica, Queens, shortly after 2 a.m.
Another 27-year-old man was shot in the knee at 10th St. and 40th Ave. in Long Island City around 2:30 a.m.
A 22-year-old man was blasted in the midsection standing outside the Hudson River Cafe at W. 133rd St. and 12th Ave. in Harlem around 3:45 a.m. Four men were taken into police custody.
Then at about 2:15 p.m., a man was shot in the leg on Lexington Ave. in Brooklyn, officials said.
Police investigate a double shooting in Brooklyn early Saturday

25 August 2014

White patriotic parties in the news


Boost for the National Front:

It's the extreme right National Front, led by Marine Le Pen, that benefits from the clueless centrist politicians' ineffectual gymnastics. Late last month, a poll put her at the top of the next presidential race. The election is not for another three years, but Le Pen may well win unless mainstream politicians finally admit that she's popular because she's not afraid to be radical and propose visible change. The time frame for the establishment to stop waffling and do something -- be it a socialist-inspired, EU-busting spend-fest or a painful structural reform with deep spending cuts that just might spur business growth -- is shrinking.

Government agency Statistics Sweden said in a May 2014 report that if Sweden had held elections in May, then the Sweden Democrats – the SD, which wants to cut immigration – would have won 8.1 percent of the vote. This would have made it the third-largest party in Sweden after the Social Democrats (35.3%) and the incumbent center-right Moderate Party (22.7%).
Experts claim that one of the reasons behind SD’s increased popularity is its stance against immigration in Sweden, which is known for accepting asylum seekers and having a large foreign population from the Middle East. SD vows heavy cuts to immigration, claiming this would save the Swedish government 151 billion Swedish kronor ($21.9 billion) within four years.
How the Swedish far-right will perform will be clear after the September 14 election; observers will be watching closely to see if Sweden – like the rest of the continent earlier this year – will see a swing to the right, even in a country famed for its tolerance and liberalism.
More below:
Swedish police in cavalry charge at White patriot protesters who 'attacked officers and their horses'

At least five people have been injured after mounted police rode into a large group of anti-White patriot protestors during a demonstration in Malmo, Sweden.

More than 2,000 people had turned up to protest against a meeting held by the neo-Patriot Svenskarnas Parti (The Swedes’ Party) in a square near the Oresund Bridge which connects Sweden and Denmark on Saturday afternoon.

The protest soon turned violent, with activists attacking police and horses, and in an attempt to disperse the crowd, police rode in full gallop through a group of 300-400 people.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-08-25/golden-dawn-meps-to-visit-australia/5694960 Greece:
European Parliament MPs from the controversial Greek far-right political party Golden Dawn are set to visit Australia, the group's local spokesman says.
The party's Australian representative told the ABC that the two men, both former army officers, would address events in Melbourne and Sydney in October.
In his first media interview, the party's Australian representative, Ignatius Gavrilidis, said MEPs (Members of the European Parliament) Eleftherios Synadinos and Georgios Epitideios were planning to come to Australia to raise funds and increase awareness among Greek-Australians.
He said the party had between 60 and 70 "activists" in Australia, but thousands of "supporters" in the large Greek community here, a figure he said was gleaned from social media use.
Mr Gavrilidis said many of the party's supporters did not wish to be publicly identified, but that Golden Dawn's philosophies were proving particularly popular among young Greek-Australians.




The Great Filter: Are Intelligent Civilizations Doomed?

The Jew is the harbinger of death and dissolution,
 and Judah - the satanic gremlin - rides on the wings of the owl of Minerva
One answer to the Fermi Paradox is the idea of the Great Filter; the possibility that something wipes out 100% of intelligent civilizations. That why we’ve never discovered any aliens… they’re all dead. Is that our future too?

Hamas political chief: "This is the real holocaust"

“What is the difference between what (Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin) Netanyahu, (Israeli Defense Minister Moshe) Yaalon and (Israel Defense Forces chief of staff Benny) Gantz are doing — killing thousands of civilians, children, women, entire neighborhoods, targeting mosques, destroying hospitals and schools,” Meshaal added, in some of his most brazen remarks made yet. “What's the difference between that and what the Nazis did in the 1930s and '40s? And what Hitler did. This is the real holocaust."
 Meshaal’s comments came after the latest cease-fire between Israel and Hamas definitively broke down over the weekend.

By Monday morning, Israeli forces pushed forward with a new round of airstrikes and tank fire in Gaza, killing at least two civilians. The move came in response to the death of a four-year-old Israeli child on Friday, who was killed by Hamas rockets.

Despite the ongoing violence, Meshaal who leads the militant group’s political wing in exile from Qatar, said his organization is “ready for a ceasefire,” but said Obama must pressure Israel to act to lessen its presence in Gaza.

"This is an opportunity for me to send a message to the American people, to President Obama, and to the U.S. Congress: America has to act in a moral way,” he said.