First off, there's a brand new picture from the International Space Station of the night lights across the middle east.
Image Credit: NASA/Douglas H. Wheelock
From Cape Canaveral, we launched a rocket yesterday 11/21/20, category: Delta-4 Heavy, that carried a satellite made for reconnaissance. Interestingly, BBC, on their Science and Environment section has the Article w/VIDEO titled "'Eavesdropper' satellite rides huge rocket from Florida." In their Technology section, they have the article titled: "Massive satellite rides huge rocket from Florida." Clicking that goes directly to the former article. Rewording headlines in links to the same article is a bit odd, and there might be some PC pressure here? I really have no clue, I just noticed it was odd.
PhysOrg's Article, worded from AP, specifically calls it a classified satellite, and the biggest sattellite the world's seen so far. There, it says the information originally comes from the press release by the National Reconnaissance Office. It boggles my mind that on NRO's Website for press releases, there was nothing I could find. I might be overlooking something that should be obvious, but the other scenario is that the press release isn't online... Regardless, the spying hubbub has begun. The missions are still classified at this moment, so expect speculation to go rampant all over the web. If anyone can point me to the aforementioned press release, It would be much appreciated!
So... OBVIOUSLY there's a coverup, along with the lizard people trying to implant us with chips activated by the satellite passing through chemtrails to build up its energy. JUST KIDDING!!!!!!!
In a similar vein, University of Florida researchers have built an unmanned vehicle, a UAV designed to fly over Floridian swampland and bring back certain data about wildlife, habitat, and climate. Article W/Video on Reuters
"Why Life is Physics, Not Chemistry" An extremely well written article explaining the boundaries broken and merging in different scientific disciplines. "Biophysics" as a basic example. As a huge fan of physics, I especially like this Article on Physics arXiv Blog
Astronomy Picture of the Day | Mars Sand Dunes. Each tiny dot is about as big as a football field.
Image Credit: HiRISE, MRO, LPL (U. Arizona), NASA
Groundbreaking research! I mean seriously! "'M8' earthquake simulation breaks computational records, promises better quake models" Article on PhysOrg
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