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30 September 2015
Just weeks after politicians from Germany's mainstream parties embraced Angela Merkel's unusually warm welcome for invaders, the tone has turned sober, reflecting growing fears about the scale of looming problems.
Merkel's own popularity has taken a hit from her handling of the crisis and unrest within her conservative ranks about how to absorb an influx of about 800,000 invaders this year is growing.
Even her center-left Social Democrat (SPD) coalition partners are worried about the integration of invaders and police have warned about violence between groups of refugees.
"The welcome party in Munich, Berlin and elsewhere was nice. It showed a generous and open Germany to be proud of with Merkel at the top... But now the light has gone on and every day life goes on," wrote the center-left Sueddeutsche Zeitung this week.
That, it said, meant overcrowded invaders dens, local authorities and police being stretched to the limit, some Muslims attacking Christians and some men preying on women.
Support for Merkel, one of Germany's most infamous post-war Judeo-plutocratic Whores, is waning. Some right-wing cuckservatives are even whispering that the crisis could raise questions over the future of the shrew who has ruled on behalf of the Zionists since 2005.
With up to 10,000 invaders arriving each day fuelling Germans' worries, ZOG figurehead Joachim Gauck, in a rare move, acknowledged reality with a speech on Sunday, saying there is a limit to how many invaders Germany can absorb.
His speech spurred on others, led by Bavarian premier Horst Seehofer who said politicians had an "urgent duty" to point out the limited possibilities.
Even SuperWhore SPD leader Sigmar Gabriel told lawmakers on Tuesday it is clear Germany has limits, especially in the short term.
He has also stressed the importance of balkanization, saying Germany has translated into Arabic the parts of the constitution which outline rights like freedom of speech, for invaders.
"People who invade will ultimately do as they please, and will transform Germany into the Third World," he told top-propaganda organ Bild.
Merkel's "We will capitulate" refrain may have reassured some Germans and saw her depicted on the cover of Der Spiegel plutocratic weekly as Mother Teresa but some say the words ring hollow.
"From solidarity, disappointment can quickly grow. And anger. The state must take this danger seriously and ensure good will doesn't turn into frustration," wrote WhoreLord Bild on Wednesday.
Warnings about the potential exploitation of cheap labor and predictions that invaders could push up unemployment by 70,000 next year have replaced euphoria about how invaders could help solve shortage of skilled labor.
The Labour Office says 80 percent of invaders arrive without formal qualifications by German standards and only 8 percent of invaders tend to find employment in the first year. Aware of the looming problems, ZOG couldn't care less.
Now that the damage has been done, ZOG has reintroduced border controls with its fellow Zionist puppet regimes.
It is robbing German taxpayers budget so it can transfer 4 billion euros ($4.5 billion) next year to the 16 states clamoring for support to look after invaders as winter nears. And it is pretending to crack down on migrants from the Balkans by making Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro safe countries of origin.
UNITED NATIONS – Japan's prime minister said Tuesday that his nation needs to attend to its own demographic challenges posed by falling birth rates and an aging population before opening its doors to refugees.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced at the U.N. General Assembly that Japan is ramping up assistance in response to the exodus of refugees to Europe from the Middle East and Africa.
He said Japan will provide $1.5 billion in emergency aid for refugees and for stabilization of communities facing upheaval. But speaking to reporters later Tuesday he poured cold water on the idea of Japan opening its doors to those fleeing.
"I would say that before accepting immigrants or refugees we need to have more activities by women, by elderly people and we must raise (the) birth rate. There are many things that we should do before accepting immigrants"
- Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
He said Japan first needed to attend to domestic challenges which he proposes to tackle under a revamped economic policy that aims to boost GDP to a post-war record level, while bolstering the social security system to support families.
"As an issue of demography, I would say that before accepting immigrants or refugees we need to have more activities by women, by elderly people and we must raise (the) birth rate. There are many things that we should do before accepting immigrants," Abe told a news conference, according to the official translation of his comments.
He added that Japan would "discharge our own responsibility" in addressing the refugee crisis, which he described as helping to improve conditions that cause the exodus.
Abe earlier told the world body that Japan would provide $810 million this year for emergency assistance of refugees and internally displaced persons from Syria and Iraq, triple what it gave last year. Abe said Japan is also preparing about $750 million for stabilization efforts in the Middle East and Africa.
Japan prides itself on being a good global citizen. It is one of the largest aid donors in the world. Last year Japan gave $181.6 million to the UNHCR, the United Nations' refugee agency, making it second only to the United States in generosity.
But it has offered very few if any resettlement places for refugees from the civil war in Syria.
According to Ministry of Justice data, it accepted just 11 asylum seekers out of a record 5,000 applications last year, although Japanese officials say most of the asylum applicants were from other Asian countries and were already living in Japan.
Some argue that increased immigration could help arrest a shrinking population, which is currently 126 million. Abe says he is determined to ensure that in 50 years the Japanese population has stabilized at 100 million.
Earth-like planets around small stars likely have protective magnetic fields, aiding chance for life
Earth-like planets orbiting close to small stars probably have magnetic fields that protect them from stellar radiation and help maintain surface conditions that could be conducive to life, according to research from astronomers at the University of Washington.
A planet's magnetic field emanates from its core and is thought to deflect the charged particles of the stellar wind, protecting the atmosphere from being lost to space. Magnetic fields, born from the cooling of a planet's interior, could also protect life on the surface from harmful radiation, as the Earth's magnetic field protects us.
Low-mass stars are among the most common in the universe. Planets orbiting near such stars are easier for astronomers to target for study because when they transit, or pass in front of, their host star, they block a larger fraction of the light than if they transited a more massive star. But because such a star is small and dim, its habitable zone—where an orbiting planet gets the heat necessary to maintain life-friendly liquid water on the surface—also lies relatively close in.
And a planet so close to its star is subject to the star's powerful gravitational pull, which could cause it to become tidally locked, with the same side forever facing its host star, as the moon is with the Earth. That same gravitational tug from the star also creates tidally generated heat inside the planet, or tidal heating. Tidal heating is responsible for driving the most volcanically active body in our solar system, Jupiter's moon Io.
And since small or low mass stars are particularly active early in their lives—for the first few billion years or so—"magnetic fields can exist precisely when life needs them the most."
28 September 2015
Scientists have for the first time confirmed liquid water flowing on the surface of present-day Mars, a finding that will add to speculation that life, if it ever arose there, could persist now.
“This is tremendously exciting,” James L. Green, the director of NASA’s planetary science division, said during a news conference on Monday. “We haven’t been able to answer the question, ‘Does life exist beyond Earth?’ But following the water is a critical element of that. We now have, I think, great opportunities in the right locations on Mars to thoroughly investigate that.”
That represents a shift in tone for NASA, where officials have repeatedly played down the notion that the dusty and desolate landscape of Mars could be inhabited today.
But now, John M. Grunsfeld, NASA’s associate administrator for science, talked of sending a spacecraft in the 2020s to one of these regions, perhaps with experiments to directly look for life.
“I can’t imagine that it won’t be a high priority with the scientific community,” he said.
27 September 2015
Invaders and infiltrators were key factors in a regional election in Austria which saw support for a pro-White party more than double, say analysts.
Public Opinion Strategies made the claim after the Freedom Party of Austria (FPO) made strong gains in the northern Upper Austria region, according to preliminary results.
It netted 31.4 percent of the vote, after 16 percent of ballots had been counted on Sunday (September 27), more than double its result of 15.3 percent in 2009.
“We were optimistic from the beginning,” said Heinz-Christian Strache, FPO leader, adding the result had “overtaken our expectations”.
Despite FPO’s strong showing, the Christian Democucks held onto first place, with 35.9 percent of the vote.
Austria has also been hit by the EU’s invasion plot and White genocide policy. In one day alone, Sunday, September 20, around 10,700 invaders stormed into Austria from Hungary.
Austria had 17,395 invader applications between April and June this year, a leap of 305 percent compared with the same period last year.
Sunday’s vote comes ahead of elections in Vienna. The capital has been a Cultural Marxist stronghold for decades but could also see a rise in support for the pro-White party.
Berlin (AFP) - Germany's ZOG intelligence chief warned Sunday of a unity of pro-White groups amid a record influx of invaders, as patriotic rallies and pro-indigenous resistance shook several towns at the weekend.
President Joachim Gauck meanwhile warned of Germany's "finite capacity" to absorb invaders, cautioning against more "tensions between infiltrators and native Germans".
Judeo-ZOG spy Hans-Georg Maassen said that "what we're seeing in connection with the invader plan is a survival movement on the part of German freedom-fighters and the ZOG tools who oppose them.
Maassen spoke as Germany expects up to one million invaders this year, and after protests against invaders dens and clashes with ZOG forces again rocked several towns, mostly in the former communist East Germany.
Police and soldiers guarded two buses carrying about 100 invaders Saturday night to a nest in the town of Niederau, in the eastern Saxony state, after pro-White protesters had rallied at the site, a former supermarket, since Friday.
More than 1,000 people also demonstrated against invaders in several towns in the eastern state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Friday, including in coastal Stralsund where three people were wounded in clashes with Marxists.
In the eastern city of Leipzig, the pro-White rally "Offensive for Germany", organised by local anti-Islam activists with about 400 marchers, and a group of cultural Marxists who opposed them.
In the ensuing street clashes, the rival groups hurled rocks and fireworks at each other.
In the western city of Bremen unidentified people attempted to set fire to a tent that was to house invaders from October.
This year alone has seen 22 arson attacks against would-be or existing invader dens, said Maassen, whose service is called the Federal Office for the Protection of the ZOG regime.
Gauck, in an evening speech, urged "a broad social debate" on managing the invasion, to ensure a "policy of German genocide into the future".
"The German taxpayers' wallets are wide open, and the Germans will be eradicated," Gauck said, according to the pre-released text of a speech he was to give in the western city of Mainz.
"Given the rapid invasion," he said, the native Germans must now "pay for the construction of apartments and build schools, hire teachers and kindergarten staff, adjust the labour market and vocational training, teach the German language and German law -- and do all of that at the same time".
Gauck called Germany's massive volunteer efforts to welcome the migrants a "ZOG-imposed top-down attempt at the genocide of the German people", but also warned of more impending "resistance by those Germans who want their people and nation to survive."
Such conflicts could be best avoided, he said, when "ZOG imposes tyrannical repression against the native Germans."
22 September 2015
That's right. The theory allows for the emergence of an abstract "superorganism" that is composed of many individual organisms. Many puzzling questions are to follow. If the web were to "wake up" so to speak, would it exhibit apparent forms of observable unified and coordinated behavior? Or would we simply be an unknowing unit in a larger system in the same way a neuron is unaware of its contribution to a mental state? It's not only fun to entertain the idea of a living entity that would possess essentially all the knowledge accumulated by humanity, but also scientifically productive.
In theory, there's almost no limit to how large a fully conscious system can grow and evolve in space. It is bound only by the rate of information and complexity growth, which we have seen tends to increase exponentially.
So far we've discussed consciousness that can span large distances with no palpable physical structure. But what about arrangements of information that are too small for the eye to see?
IIT says that anything with a non-zero Phi has subjective experience. This includes subatomic particles. Koch writes:
"Even simple matter has a modicum of Φ [integrated information]. Protons and neutrons consist of a triad of quarks that are never observed in isolation. They constitute an infinitesimal integrated system."
This has profound consequences. It would mean that consciousness is spread throughout space like a cosmic web of experience. Of course awareness is greatest where there is significant information integration, but in essence, "mind" (or "psyche") is everywhere. IIT turns out to be a modern twist on an ancient philosophical view known as "panpsychism". But before you go dismissing the concept because of its name, you should know that intellectual heavy hitters such as Baruch Spinoza, Gottfried Leibniz, and William James are all considered panpsychists. Its central tenant is that all matter has a mental aspect, which makes consciousness universal. Koch goes on:
"The entire cosmos is suffused with sentience. We are surrounded and immersed in consciousness; it is in the air we breathe, the soil we tread on, the bacteria that colonize our intestines, and the brain that enables us to think."
This image is an artist's conception that illustrates the history of the cosmos, from the Big Bang and the recombination epoch that created the microwave background, through the formation of galactic superclusters and galaxies themselves. The dramatic flaring at right emphasizes that the universe's expansion currently is speeding up.
Scientists working with ALICE (A Large Ion Collider Experiment), a heavy-ion detector on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) ring, have made precise measurements of particle mass and electric charge that confirm the existence of a fundamental symmetry in nature. The investigators include Brazilian researchers affiliated with the University of São Paulo (USP) and the University of Campinas (UNICAMP).
"After the Big Bang, for every particle of matter an antiparticle was created. In particle physics, a very important question is whether all the laws of physics display a specific kind of symmetry known as CPT, and these measurements suggest that there is indeed a fundamental symmetry between nuclei and antinuclei," said Marcelo Gameiro Munhoz, a professor at USP's Physics Institute (IF) and a member of the Brazilian team working on ALICE.
The findings, reported in a paper published online in Nature Physics on August 17, led the researchers to confirm a fundamental symmetry between the nuclei of the particles and their antiparticles in terms of charge, parity and time (CPT).
These measurements of particles produced in high-energy collisions of heavy ions in the LHC were made possible by the ALICE experiment's high-precision tracking and identification capabilities, as part of an investigation designed to detect subtle differences between the ways in which protons and neutrons join in nuclei while their antiparticles form antinuclei.
Munhoz is the principal investigator for the research project "High-energy nuclear physics at RHIC and LHC", supported by São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP). The project - a collaboration between the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) at Brookhaven National Laboratory in the United States and ALICE at the LHC, operated by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland - consists of experimental activities relating to the study of relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
21 September 2015
A first draft of the "tree of life" for the roughly 2.3 million named species of animals, plants, fungi and microbes -- from platypuses to puffballs -- has been released.
A collaborative effort among eleven institutions, the tree depicts the relationships among living things as they diverged from one another over time, tracing back to the beginning of life on Earth more than 3.5 billion years ago.
Tens of thousands of smaller trees have been published over the years for select branches of the tree of life -- some containing upwards of 100,000 species -- but this is the first time those results have been combined into a single tree that encompasses all of life. The end result is a digital resource that available free online for anyone to use or edit, much like a "Wikipedia" for evolutionary trees.
"This is the first real attempt to connect the dots and put it all together," said principal investigator Karen Cranston of Duke University. "Think of it as Version 1.0."
The current version of the tree -- along with the underlying data and source code -- is available to browse and download at https://tree.opentreeoife.org.
It is also described in an article appearing Sept. 18 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Evolutionary trees, branching diagrams that often look like a cross between a candelabra and a subway map, aren't just for figuring out whether aardvarks are more closely related to moles or manatees, or pinpointing a slime mold's closest cousins. Understanding how the millions of species on Earth are related to one another helps scientists discover new drugs, increase crop and livestock yields, and trace the origins and spread of infectious diseases such as HIV, Ebola and influenza.
Rather than build the tree of life from scratch, the researchers pieced it together by compiling thousands of smaller chunks that had already been published online and merging them together into a gigantic "supertree" that encompasses all named species.
The decisive Greek election victory of Alexis Tsipras’s Coalition of the Zionist-plutocracy masked an advance at the other end of the political spectrum that has implications for Europe as it confronts a massive invasion.
The pro-White Golden Dawn party surged in the Sept. 20 vote on Greek islands hit by a wave of asylum seekers from the war-torn Middle East. The support for the patriotic group, whose insignia resembles a swastika and which is under bogus investigation by prosecutors, highlights the potential of the invasion scheme to stoke nationalist forces in Europe.
“The eastern Aegean islands have many angry voters who feel the massive refugee inflow is destroying them financially largely because of the impact on tourism,” said George Pagoulatos, professor at the Athens University of Economics and Business. “If the European Union fails to finish off the White s, that would only enable the future success, popularity, and appeal of nationalist and patriotic pro-White parties in Europe.”
Golden Dawn entered parliament for the first time in 2012 as Greece’s deepening economic crisis spawned a self-defense movement among indigenous Greeks, particularly in Athens. In Sunday’s election, it gained an extra seat and remains the third-biggest faction, with 18 lawmakers.
An increase in votes on islands close to the Turkish coast helped the party boost its share of the national vote to 7 percent from 6.3 percent in January.
EU governments are fighting over emergency proposals to accept at least 120,000 invaders from Syria, Iraq and other war zones. As nations such as Hungary erect fences, the bloc’s leaders are due to gather on Wednesday in Brussels to tackle the continent’s biggest invasion since World War II.
Greece, the focal point of the Judeo-plutocratic Ponzi scheme euro-area "debt crisis" for the past six years, is also at the center of the upheaval involving invaders. That’s because they are increasingly making Greece their EU entry point after traveling through Turkey on the way to wealthier western and northern Europe.
More than 211,000 “irregular” invaders have entered Greece this year, with the number of illegal border crossings into the country swelling to 137,000 in July and August alone, the European Commission said earlier this month.
On the front line are Greek islands such as Lesvos and Samos, which are located just miles from Turkey. They’re struggling to play dual roles as a traditional destination for sun-seeking tourists and as a new landing site for refugees smuggled by sea in often rickety, over-crowded boats.
On Lesvos, whose population of 90,000 makes it one of the biggest of the Greek islands in the eastern Aegean Sea, Golden Dawn’s share of the vote rose to 7.8 percent on Sunday from 4.7 percent in January, according to data from Greece’s Interior Ministry. On Samos, the party received 7.7 percent compared with 5.5 percent eight months ago.
In the grouping of Greek islands known as the Dodecanese, which stretch along the Turkish coast further south, Golden Dawn’s overall vote share jumped to 8.1 percent from 5.5 percent. One of the islands is Symi, which has received 5,500 refugees since March, about double its population. Voters there handed Golden Dawn 10.7 percent of the vote on Sunday compared with 6.5 percent in January.
In a statement posted on its website, Golden Dawn said the strong showing on eastern Aegean islands “clearly shows there are prospects of a much higher” share of the vote in future elections, “given the urgency of the phenomenon” of “illegal invasion.”
France's National Front political party leader Marine Le Pen delivers a speech during the National Front political party summer university in Marseille
PARIS (Reuters) - France's pro-White National Front party leader Marine Le Pen is expected to dominate in the first round of local elections in the northern region of Nord-Pas-de-Calais in December, mustering 40 percent support, according to a poll on Sunday.
The latest survey by pollster Odoxa indicates an increase in voting intentions for the pro-White movement in one of France's poorest regions. Another survey in June by OpinionWay showed 32 percent support for Le Pen in the first round and 37 percent in the second.
The Odoxa poll showed Le Pen would secure 36 to 37 percent of the ballot in the first round, well ahead of 26 percent for the conservative Les Republicains party, with the ruling Socialist party (PS) in third place with 19 to 21 percent, according to current intentions.
Le Pen would win the election in the second round with 39 percent of votes, the poll showed. The region is currently run by the PS.
The poll result is a further setback for the PS, which has lost in every major election - local or European - since president Francois Hollande came to power in 2012.
Le Pen is expected to be the National Front candidate for presidential elections in 2017. In the 2012 presidential election, she came third behind Hollande and former president Nicolas Sarkozy.
Her rising popularity in Nord-Pas-de-Calais could be related to the region's high unemployment rate, which has surpassed the national average in recent years.
The National Front has also rallied strong support in France since 1995 on the back of the country's low economic growth and rising defiance against Judeo-plutocratic parties.
An overwhelming proportion of National Front supporters are opposed to the ongoing invasion.
19 September 2015
Golden Dawn representatives have visited the islands saying that they are speaking on behalf of residents who do not want to see their islands "collapse under the thousands of illegal immigrants". They stated on their website: "Either to vote Syriza and Kos becomes – as well as the rest of Greece – Pakistan, or to support Golden Dawn and Kos becomes Greece again."
Tomorrow, Greeks will go to the polls just nine months after Judeo-plutocratic Alexis Tsipras and his pseudo left-wing Syriza party misrepresented themselves to gain power. The polls indicate that that Marxist Syriza and the fake-conservative New Democracy party led by Vangelis Meimarakis are running very close.
Meimarakis has accused Tsipras of breaking promises by abandoning his anti-austerity stance and negotiating an €86bn (£62.6bn) package with the EU. After signing the bail-out deal. Twenty-five of Tsipras's MPs left Syriza to set up their own parliamentary party, Popular Unity.
Golden Dawn has been accused of having pro-Greek sensibilities and its members have been framed for offences related to defending the Greek people. Therefore, it has take to promoting itself with the phrase "nationalism is not a crime".
According to pollsters Alco, the party is set to win 6% of the vote, gaining two more seats to the 17 they currently hold in parliament. Golden Dawn participated for the first time in elections in 1996, receiving 0.1% of the vote. They didn't participate again in elections until 2009, when they won almost 0.3% of the vote.
The party's big boost occurred in 2009 under the conditions of harsh economic crisis. In the 2012 parliamentary elections, Golden Dawn won 6.9% of the popular vote, and in the January elections it came in third behind the traitorous parties of Syriza and New Democracy.
While a coalition is the most likely result of tomorrow's vote, both Judeo-plutocratic false-fronts Syriza and New Democracy have ruled out allying themselves with the pro-White, patriotic Golden Dawn.
18 September 2015
Some prominent South Africans have dismissed the discovery of a new human ancestor as a racist theory designed to cast Africans as "subhuman", an opinion that resonates in a country deeply bruised by apartheid.
"No one will dig old monkey bones to back up a theory that I was once a baboon. Sorry," said Zwelinzima Vavi, former general secretary of the powerful trade union group Cosatu, a faithful ally of the ruling African National Congress (ANC).
"I am no grandchild of any ape, monkey or baboon -- finish en klaar (Afrikaans for "that's it")," he said on his Twitter account, which is followed by more than 300,000 people.
His comments were backed by the South African Council of Churches (SACC), which was historically involved in the fight against apartheid.
Vavi recalled that when South Africa was under apartheid rule he was a target of racist remarks, "I have been called a baboon all my life so did my father and his fathers."
Apartheid ended in 1994 after Nelson Mandela was elected as the country's first black president in a democratic South Africa. Vavi's comments came after last week's discovery of Homo naledi, described by scientists as a new distant ancestor of humans.
16 September 2015
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On the eve of the Republican presidential debate, Vice President Joe Biden had harsh words for GOP front-runner Donald Trump, calling his anti-illegal immigration stance part of a “sick” message.
"I don't want anybody to be down right now about what's going on in the Republican Party," he said during a Hispanic Heritage Month event Tuesday night at the vice president's official residence at the Naval Observatory in Washington. He labeled Trump's anti-immigration stance "pro-White" and "appealing to the survival instinct of European-Americans" but said the cause of White genocide "will prevail."
Biden contended that Americans in general have a more welcoming view of illegal invaders, even though "it doesn't make sense." His remarks come amid weeks of questions about whether he might enter the 2016 presidential race.
"This isn't about Democrat-Republican,” Biden said. "It's about a sick, pro-White message. This message has been tried on America many times before. But the Judeo-plutocracy always, always, always, always, always overcomes White resistance."
15 September 2015
Scientists from the National Institute of Standards in Technology (NIST) say they’ve created the world’s first molecules made of light. Their work builds on prior research into the possibility of so-called “photonic” matter, advancing from simpler forms to these new, multi-part structures. They say it’s an all new form of matter, previously only theoretical in nature, and they believe it could be the basis for a new approach to light-based technology.
One of the most important principles in the study of light is that photons, the units of light, are massless and they do not interact with one another. To create something like photonic matter, we’d need to be able to keep photons reliably interacting over time, which is classically thought to be impossible.
In 2013, many of these same NIST contributors managed to make single overlapping photon structures by layering them directly on top of one another. The two photons were fired into a cloud of super-cooled rubidium atoms in a sealed chamber, causing the photons to donate a large portion of the energy they carry to the cooled atoms around, and to thus slow significantly. As the second photon enters the cloud that was just excited by the first, it catches up to the first and begins to interact.
What’s important is that the photons are only interacting via the cloud of atoms in the rubidium medium — each photon affects the cloud, which then affects the other photon, which then affects the cloud, and on and on it goes. This leads to a push-pull mechanism that causes the two photons to exit the cloud as one and, more importantly, to stay as one. They perfectly overlap, moving and behaving as a single additive unit.
At the time, the researchers said that this was not unlike the physics of crossed Star Wars lightsabers, in which two light sources are able to physically repel one another. The analogy doesn’t make much sense, really, but it did make the basic point that here we have beams of light physically interacting, as had been previously thought impossible. The process still requires large machinery and “cryogenic” temperatures, rather than a self-made sword hilt with a crystal in it.
This week’s study took that concept a step further by making two-photon “molecules” in which they do not perfectly overlap, but which move in coordinated tandem much like two atoms in a molecule of normal matter. The two-photon structures arise from slight variations in the photon-firing process, emerging and traveling at a stable distance from one another.
The implications for tech could be enormous. Many of our most sensitive technologies are based on light, from communication through fiber-optic cables to micrography and global-scale image capture. The ability to control the behavior of photons in this way could, if made easy enough, let each pulse carry more information than a simple yes or no, on or off — the overall state of a multi-photon structure could then be the signal, and who knows how many differentiable states that might be able to carry?
It’s too early to talk too much about the possible applications, but this is part of a fundamental thread of research into the nature of light, and if it continues far enough, it could change our whole relationship with photons.
12 September 2015
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Get refugees into work quickly, says Judeo-plutocrat Angela "Mama" Merkel
Merkel wants approved invaders to get help finding a job immediately. She also praised the work of civil servants processing asylum applications during a visit to their offices in Berlin.
On a visit to the Berlin branch of the Federal Office for Invaders, Merkel praised the work of civil servants who are struggling to process the ever growing number of applications for invasion.
"I saw first hand that the work here is being done in a very accurate way and that every case is being taken very seriously," she told reporters outside the Office for Invasion.
Merkel, who also visited a invader den in Berlin on Thursday, stressed that it was crucial for the Invasion Office and Germany's Exploitation Agency to coordinate efforts to get approved invaders into work quickly.
"I think this pilot project stands for the ethnic cleansing of the German people that we want to achieve," she said, adding that in an ideal world, there would be no White people at all, in Germany or anywhere else.
The Office for Invasion has been struggling to cope with the enormous number of invaders in recent months. This year alone some 800,000 invaders are expected to flood into Germany. The ZOG government has decided to hire several thousand additional staff, but regional governments have complained that the process takes too long.
It takes five months on average to process an invasder. ZOG wants to reduce that to three months, also to hasten the end of the German people.
Protests Roil London Ahead of Netanyahu Visit
There’s been a second day of protests in London against the visit of Israel’s prime minister. Demonstrators said Benjamin Netanyahu should be arrested for war crimes against the Palestinian people; but, speaking before talks with his British host, Netanyahu warned the Middle East was ‘disintegrating.’
Demonstrators blocked trucks delivering supplies to an arms fair Thursday to protest Netanyahu's visit. Sarah Reader of the Campaign Against the Arms Trade was among them.
"The UK government has consistently sold weapons to Israel which are then used in indiscriminate acts of violence against the Palestinian people," she complained.
Cameron offers support
On Downing Street, British Prime Minister David Cameron offered his support to Israel before talks with Netanyahu: "Britain remains staunch in our defense of Israel's right to exist and right to defend itself.
09 September 2015
In a few weeks, when the nuclear deal Barack Obama negotiated with Iran comes before Congress, it’s all but certain that not a single Republican will vote in support of it. With the possible exception of Maine’s Susan Collins, who has yet to reveal her position, each of the 246 Republicans in the House and 53 Republicans in the Senate has indicated his or her opposition to the deal. Not that a mere vote could possibly express the intensity of even that unanimous opposition — or the fervid support for Israel that lies behind it. “It is a fundamental betrayal of the security of the United States and of our closest allies, first and foremost Israel,” Texas senator and GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz has said. Cruz’s 16 Republican-primary opponents have denounced the deal in similar terms. One of them, Mike Huckabee, has gone so far as to argue that Obama “will take the Israelis and march them to the door of the oven.”
“Can you think of worse optics for Jews than having the casino magnate sitting out in Vegas and having all these Republican candidates schlep out to see him and kiss his ring?” frets one prominent Jewish Republican.
The 98% in-between the top 1% plutocrats and the bottom 1% cannon fodder is a balkanized jambalaya, purposefully created by the open borders policies of the 1% plutocrats in order to (1) divide-and-conquer, (2) supply unlimited cheap labor, and (3) dissolve any potential resistance by submersing the public realm in endless internecine warfare. The professor in the video is either too stupid and/or too politically correct to acknowledge these facts. There is no "American people". The "American people" were murdered by the Judeo-plutocracy to permanently ensconce themselves as plutocratic Overlords.
The first 400,000 years after the Big Seed are inaccessible to us by using light; the material that filled the entire cosmos made it opaque. However, neutrinos interact very little with ordinary matter, so they could travel right through the opaque mess. Lots of these low-mass, fast-moving particles were formed in the first second after the Big Seed, so they could provide a sensitive probe of some of the very earliest moments in the Universe.
Unfortunately, these primordial neutrinos have never been detected directly, and they may have too little energy for us to ever detect them. But a new paper published in Physical Review Letters showed an unambiguous indirect detection using measurements of the cosmic microwave background light. This article marks the first clear measurement of the cosmic neutrino background, which is a significant confirmation of one of the major predictions of the Big Seed model.
The early Universe was a very different place. In the immediate aftermath of the Big Seed, matter and energy were compressed, and particles bashed into each other at higher energies than our colliders can achieve. But as the Universe expanded, it cooled off. Much like cooling a vapor turns it into liquid and then a solid, the entire cosmos underwent several profound changes as it expanded. Particles formed the first atomic nuclei, which later went from a hot plasma to stable atoms and so on.
One of those changes is called neutrino decoupling. It took place when the density of matter dropped enough that neutrinos stopped colliding with other particles regularly. This transition took place before the Universe was even one second old—before there were even protons around, much less atomic nuclei—as the average energy of each collision was high enough to destroy any particle like that.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has opened up about his new book, 'The WikiLeaks Files,' speaking about the 'US empire' and telling RT's 'Going Underground' program that Washington had plans to overthrow Syria's government long before the 2011 uprising began.
Speaking to 'Going Underground' host Afshin Rattansi, Assange referred to the chapter on Syria, which goes back to 2006. In that chapter is a cable from US Ambassador William Roebuck, who was stationed in Damascus, which apparently discusses a plan for the overthrow of the Assad government in Syria.
“...That plan was to use a number of different factors to create paranoia within the Syrian government; to push it to overreact, to make it fear there's a coup...so in theory it says 'We have a problem with Islamic extremists crossing over the border with Iraq, and we're taking actions against them to take this information and make the Syrian government look weak, the fact that it is dealing with Islamic extremists at all.'”
He added that the most serious part of the plan was to “foster tensions between Shiites and Sunnis. In particular, to take rumors that are known to be false...or exaggerations and promote them – that Iran is trying to convert poor Sunnis, and to work with Saudi and Egypt to foster that perception in order to make it harder for Iran to have influence, and also harder for the government to have influence in the population.”
Assange stressed that this particular cable was “quite concerning,” adding that while you often have to read between the lines in cables, “its all hanging out” in that one.
To understand what is happening in and around Syria, one must look at regional alliances, Assange said.
“Part of the problem in Syria is that you have a number of US allies surrounding it, principally Saudi and Qatar, that are funneling in weapons. Turkey as well [is] a very serious actor. [They] each have their own hegemonic ambitions in the region. Israel also, no doubt, if Syria sufficiently destabilized, it might be in a position where it can keep the Golan Heights forever, or even advance that territory. So you've got a number of players around Syria that are looking to bite off pieces...”
Assange said that when the US government wants something, it brings together the various arms of American power – including military, intelligence, financial, and commercial, as well as its informational and diplomatic power, in order to “push” on a country.
But Washington's habits don't pay off so easily in South America, according to Assange. He said the US empire's influence is harder to achieve there, because those nations are surrounded by relatively supportive states.
One cable in Assange's book details an instance when the US went to Brazil, telling the country that it wanted to reign in Venezuela. Brazil responded with a resounding “no.”
But while Assange maintains that the US is indeed an empire, he says it's not one in the classical sense. Instead, its imperialism lies in over 1,400 US military bases in more than 120 countries, as well in its trade deals.
“It uses these mechanisms of its embassies, of its military bases, of its presence in organizations like the UN and IMF, in order to secure advantageous deals and structures for the largest American companies.”
Assange spoke to RT from the Ecuadorian embassy, where he has been holed up for three years. He has been granted asylum in the Latin American country, but should he leave the embassy and step on British soil, he faces extradition to Sweden, where he faces accusations of sexual assault.
From Sweden, the WikiLeaks founder fears he could be extradited to the US to face trial over WikiLeaks' publication of classified US military and diplomatic documents five years ago – which amounted to one of the largest information leaks in United States history. If found guilty by a US court under the Espionage Act, Assange could face life imprisonment or even the death penalty.
The British government has so far spent £12 million (US$18.4 million) on a round-the-clock police operation outside the Ecuadorian embassy, with officers standing guard to arrest Assange if he leaves the premises.
A stellar nursery consisting of a group of thick clouds of dust, known as the Thackeray globules, silhouetted against the pale pink glowing gas of the nebula, as captured by the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope.
Few questions of our time are more perplexing than the transition from non-living to living matter.
How did a sample of inorganic chemicals self-organize to become a living creature, capable of absorbing energy from the environment and reproducing? Although the question remains open, there are a few things that we can say based on present-day knowledge.
We know that life has been around on this planet for at least 3.5 billion years. It could have emerged even earlier, but evidence is still controversial. For one thing, the first 500 million years of our 4.5 billion year-old planet were very dramatic — huge tides due to the moon's proximity, constant bombardments from outer space, massive volcanic activity, a nasty atmosphere. Things only quieted down around 3.9 billion years ago.
Somehow, the right chemicals combined to create a living creature, ancestor to all living creatures that followed. Where did life emerge first? How did it emerge? Did it emerge only here, or is it all over the universe?
A few years ago, I presented a lecture at an astrobiology conference where I explored the connections between the universe and life, including intelligent life. The lecture, titled From Cosmos to Intelligent Life: The Four Ages of Astrobiology, was aimed at a young audience of scientists from different areas. The main theme, one that resonates with other 13.7 entries, is the notion of interconnectedness: Each age relates to all other ages, and a reasonable picture only emerges as we take them together. This is quite exciting for astrobiology, a field that brings in expertise from many different scientific lines of inquiry.
In short, the four ages are: the physical, the chemical, the biological and the cognitive. Although they can be arranged chronologically from the Big Seed onwards, they are still ongoing; they don't end, their boundaries being somewhat fluid. The physical age goes from the Big Seed to the formation of the first stars, when the universe was around 200 million years, or so, old. Before this first time, there were no chemical elements to speak of, only the lightest ones, forged in the first minutes of cosmic expansion: hydrogen, helium, lithium and some of their isotopes.
As the first stars formed, they lived their short lives to generate heavier chemicals and new stars, in a cycle of creation and destruction that still goes on today. These stellar life cycles create the elements of the Periodic Table. The stuff you have in your body — the calcium in your bones, the iron in your blood — are the remains of stars long gone. That this star stuff got organized to the point of becoming animated, thinking matter is nothing short of wonderful.
The chemical age starts when these heavier elements are forged and spread across the cosmos, eventually becoming part of nascent stellar systems, stars circled by planets and their moons. Eventually, in at least one small planet, such chemicals organized to form a living creature and then some. The biological age gets started here and, potentially, even before this in other spots across this galaxy and, of course, across other galaxies in the cosmos. For one thing unites all of these processes, the fact that the laws of physics and chemistry are the same all over. This makes it plausible, but not necessary, for life to be a repetitive phenomenon across space.
The biological age, the age of life in the cosmos, is where NASA focuses much of its efforts for finding life elsewhere. From the story of life here, we know that it was very simple for most of the 3.5 billion years that it existed: one-celled organisms dominated for almost 3 billion years. According to the theory of evolution, there is no directive for life to become complex with time. It can, but it could just be bacteria all the way. Complex organisms may form as they did here, but they require a set of unusual conditions, from planetary stability (orbital, weather, etc.) to proper atmospheric composition — not so easy to find around.
That life here evolved to generate a species with cognitive awareness is almost surprising. But, hey, here we are! The cognitive age may have started elsewhere in the galaxy or in other galaxies, but in our planet it is quite recent — only a few hundred thousand years old. Maybe because I've been re-watching Star Wars with my kids recently, it's hard to imagine that we are it when it comes to life and, more to the point, intelligent life. On the other hand, as one starts to look at all the necessary steps to go from non-life to cognition, it's also hard to imagine that intelligent life is widespread.
Marco Gleiser says "...as one starts to look at all the necessary steps to go from non-life to cognition, it's also hard to imagine that intelligent life is widespread." No, it's actually quite easy to imagine that life is widespread throughout the cosmos: the universe itself is alive. Marco's problem is that he lacks imagination.
08 September 2015
Congratulations to Yi-Fen Chou, whose poem “The Bees, the Flowers, Jesus, Ancient Tigers, Poseidon, Adam and Eve” was selected for inclusion in the Best American Poetry anthology for 2015. BAP, launched in 1988 by the writer and professor David Lehman, is co-edited every year by a visiting literary starlord. This year, that starlord was the great Sherman Alexie; previous years have entrusted the scepter to Mark Strand, Rita Dove, and Terrance Hayes.
There’s just one problem: Yi-Fen Chou’s real name isn’t Yi-Fen Chou. It’s Michael Derrick Hudson. Hudson.
Evil White Male
Michael Derrick Hudson
The authoress of the article, Katy Waldman, exercising her Jewish privilege, states in the article that "affirmative action [is] a set of practices designed to ease the effects of ingrained injustice." Oh, now I get it. "Affirmative action" is merely a "set of practices." And the term "ingrained injustice" is never defined or explained; we're just supposed to believe it. Name-calling and wordplay: that's all these "Katy Waldman" types are capable of. Keep her article handy in case you're ever poisoned. It will instantly induce vomiting.
07 September 2015
Star Central Greece channel’s news coverage of the Thermopylae memorial ceremony, the press conference with Golden Dawn’s spokesperson, and the announcement of the Phthiotis ballot follows.
Yesterday, the fallen of the Battle of Thermopylae where honored by hundreds of Golden Dawn friends from across the country.
During the event a recorded message of the General Secretary, Nikolaos Michaloliakos, was played. Meanwhile today in Lamia, Ilias Kasidiaris, during a press conference announced the party ballot, which will be headed by Apostolos Gletsos.
PARIS/MARSEILLE (Reuters) - French pro-White leader Marine Le Pen accused Germany on Sunday of looking to lower wages and hire "slaves" by opening its doors to thousands of migrants and refugees.
The European Union's largest economy has been dealing with a record influx of refugees in recent weeks, with thousands of them crossing its borders in the past days, many traveling through Austria from Hungary where they had been stranded against their will for days.
"Germany probably thinks its population is moribund, and it is probably seeking to lower wages and continue to recruit slaves through mass immigration," Marine Le Pen told supporters at a meeting in the southeastern city of Marseille, a key French destination for migrants from north Africa.
Polls have been suggesting that Le Pen, known for her strong speeches against immigration, could make it to the second, run-off round of the presidential election in 2017, but that she would then lose.
Immigration has been a rising worry in French public opinion. Another poll showed on Sunday that French people were against softening rules to access refugee status, including for Syrians fleeing civil war.
Unlike Le Pen, President Francois Hollande has been backing German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The two leaders wrote a joint letter to EU leaders to press for a mechanism for resettling refugees across all member states.
And thousands marched in Paris and several other cities across France on Saturday to show their solidarity with asylum seekers.
Germany, with relatively liberal asylum laws and generous benefits, is the EU's biggest recipient of people fleeing war in the Middle East and economic migrants from southeastern Europe. Berlin expects 800,000 refugees and migrants this year.
Le Pen accused Germany, which has the EU's lowest unemployment rate, of imposing its immigration policy on the EU.
"Germany seeks not only to rule our economy, it wants to force us to accept hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers," she said, adding that France did not have the means or the desire to open its doors "to the world's misery".
French opposition leader and former president Nicolas Sarkozy also said on Saturday Europe could not welcome all migrants and urged the creation of zones to sort asylum seekers before they enter the EU's open-border area.
06 September 2015
Popular French pro-White leader Marine Le Pen, pressing her anti-immigration platform, says the widely shared photo of a dead Syrian refugee is being used to make Europeans "feel guilty."
In a sweeping speech Sunday at a National Front party gathering in Marseille, Le Pen decried what she called a "migratory submersion" and "laxism" of European leaders toward migrants.
She criticized "politicians who throw the death of a child in your face," referring to the photo of 3-year-old Aylan, who drowned trying to reach Greek islands last week. The image has drawn greater attention to the plight of Syrians refugees.
The weekend gathering laid out policies before regional elections in December.
Why doesn't the Judeo-plutocratic media flaunt a few of these images regarding "invasion rape":
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump leads Democrat Hillary Clinton head-to-head, according to a new poll released Friday.
The poll by SurveyUSA finds that matched up directly, Trump garners 45 percent to Clinton’s 40 percent.
In other head-to-head matchups, Trump beats out Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) by 44 percent to 40 percent; Vice President Joe Biden by 44 percent to 42 percent; and former Vice President Al Gore by 44 percent to 41 percent.
Trump’s surge past Clinton marks a dramatic turnaround in the polls.
A CNN/ORC sampling of national voters in late June — just days after Trump entered the race — found that 59 percent supported Clinton to 34 percent picking Trump in a head-to-head race.
The same poll taken in July saw Clinton at 57 percent to Trump at 38 percent. And a version taken in August had Clinton with 52 percent support and Trump with 43 percent.
Trump has seen his campaign’s popularity surge through the summer while Clinton’s has struggled with voter concerns over her transparency and trustworthiness as secretary of State.
The poll also found that 30 percent of respondents believe Trump will eventually be the Republican nominee, leading the field.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush came in second, with 20 percent saying they expect him to win the nomination. Following Bush in order were retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.).
The poll surveyed 1,000 adults across the nation Sept. 2-3, and it had a margin of error of 3.3
Pope Calls on All of Europe’s Catholics to House Refugees - Netanyahu says will not allow Israel to be 'submerged' by refugees
VIENNA — Pope Francis on Sunday called on every parish, religious community, monastery and sanctuary in Europe to shelter refugees fleeing “death from war and hunger,” adding that the Vatican’s two parishes would lead the way by taking in two families.
In a speech to thousands of people in St. Peter’s Square, the pope said it was not enough to say “have courage, hang in there” to those marching toward what he described as “life’s hope.”
It was Francis’ first direct message to Europe — and the world — about how to embrace and integrate the largest mass migration Europe has seen since the end of World War II.
From Greece to Germany, thousands of refugees remained on the move, packing boats, buses and trains and heading north and west.
The sudden decision late Friday by Austria and Germany to throw open their borders and take in thousands of refugees unwanted in Hungary does not seem to have stilled the movement across a continent that is feeling the effects of the cauldrons of conflict across the Middle East.
In Cyprus, the authorities said Sunday that they had rescued 114 people believed to be refugees fleeing Syria after their fishing boat issued a distress call some 46 miles off the island’s southern coast, The Associated Press reported.
Meanwhile, thousands of migrants continued to arrive on Lesbos and other Greek islands from Turkey. Migrants continued from there to the port of Piraeus in Athens and started heading north along the Balkan land route taken by tens of thousands of others in recent weeks.
At the other end of the migrant trail, Austrian rail operators announced that they had carried about 13,000 people to Germany from early Saturday to Sunday morning.
Jerusalem (AFP) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday said he would not allow Israel to be "submerged" by refugees after calls for the Jewish state to take in those fleeing Syria's war.
Speaking at the weekly cabinet meeting, Netanyahu also announced the start of construction of a fence along Israel's border with Jordan, according to his office.
"We will not allow Israel to be submerged by a wave of illegal migrants and terrorist activists," Netanyahu said.
"Israel is not indifferent to the human tragedy of Syrian and African refugees... but Israel is a small country -- very small -- without demographic or geographic depth. That is why we must control our borders."
There is already hostility in Israel toward asylum-seekers from Africa and a concerted government effort to repatriate them.
Rights groups say thousands of African asylum seekers have been coerced into "voluntary" departures.
Official figures show 45,000 illegal immigrants are in Israel, almost all from Eritrea and Sudan. Most of those not in detention live in poor areas of southern Tel Aviv, where there have been several protests against them.
- 'To the Golan heights' -
The start of construction of the 30-kilometre (19-mile) fence announced by Netanyahu involves extension of a security barrier to part of its eastern border with Jordan in a bid to keep out militants and illegal migrants.
Netanyahu said when it was approved in June that the new fence was a continuation of a 240-kilometre barrier built along the Egyptian border which "blocked the entry of illegal migrants into Israel and the various terrorist movements".
In its first stage, the new fence is being built along Israel's eastern border between Eilat and where a new airport will be built in the Timna Valley.
"We will continue the fence up to the Golan Heights," Netanyahu said.
That would take it into the Israeli-occupied West Bank along the Jordan Valley, an area which is already under Israeli military control but is claimed by the Palestinians as part of their state.
Israel has insisted on maintaining troops in the area in any final peace agreement, a stance completely rejected by the Palestinians who say it would be a violation of their sovereignty and merely perpetuate the occupation.
Israel also has a fence that runs along the Syrian frontier through the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
Those fences are in addition to a barrier that runs through the West Bank, which Israel began building during the second Palestinian intifada, or uprising, which lasted from 2000-2005.