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  1. http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2008/06/the-sunspot-mys.html


    Tsuneta said solar physicists aren't weather forecasters and they can't predict the future. They do have the ability to observe, however, and they have observed a longer-than-normal period of solar inactivity. In the past, they observed that the sun once went 50 years without producing sunspots. That period coincided with a little ice age on Earth that lasted from 1650 to 1700. Coincidence? Some scientists say it was, but many worry that it wasn’t.


    Scientists how work in reliant fields should look in to this and Henrik Svensmark's work.




    Dr. Kenneth Tapping is worried about the sun. Solar activity comes in regular cycles, but the latest one is refusing to start. Sunspots have all but vanished, and activity is suspiciously quiet. The last time this happened was 400 years ago -- and it signaled a solar event known as a "Maunder Minimum," along with the start of what we now call the "Little Ice Age."Tapping, a solar researcher and project director for Canada's National Research Council, says it may be happening again. Overseeing a giant radio telescope he calls a "stethoscope for the sun," Tapping says, if the pattern doesn't change quickly, the earth is in for some very chilly weather.

  2. Henrik Svensmark made a documentary about his hypothesis that cosmic ray's make part of the cloud earosoils


    the documentary is called: The Cloud Mystery


    Henrik Svensmark on Global Warming (part 1)






    what do you experts think about this?


    is it great to think we (earth) are more of a part of the cosmos then we think?

  3. I like that movie and it's message.


    the venus project part:


    1. Realizing the declaration of the world's resources as being the common heritage of all Earth's people.


    2. Transcending the need for the artificial boundaries that separate people.


    3. Outgrowing monetary-based, nationalistic economies with a resource-based world economy.


    4. Assisting in stabilizing the world's population through education and voluntary birth control.


    5. Reclaiming and restoring the natural environment to the best of our ability.


    6. Redesigning our cities, transportation systems, agricultural industries and industrial plants so that they are energy efficient, clean, and able to conveniently serve the needs of all people.


    7. Sharing and applying new technologies for the benefit of all nations.


    8. Developing and using clean, renewable energy sources.


    9. Manufacturing the highest quality products for the benefit of the world's people.


    10. Requiring environmental impact studies prior to construction of any mega projects.


    11. Encouraging the widest range of creativity and incentive toward constructive endeavor.


    12. Outgrowing nationalism, bigotry and prejudice through education.


    13. Outgrowing any type of elitism, technical or otherwise.


    14. Arriving at methodologies by careful research, rather than random opinions.


    15. Enhancing communication in schools so that our language is relevant to the physical conditions of the world.


    16. Providing not only the necessities of life, but also offering challenges that stimulate the mind while emphasizing individuality rather than uniformity.


    17. Finally, preparing people intellectually and emotionally for the changes and challenges that lie ahead.


    awesome ideas.


    I hope it happens.

  4. http://public.web.cern.ch/public/


    LHC re-start scheduled for 2009


    Geneva, 23 September 2008. Investigations at CERN following a large helium leak into sector 3-4 of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) tunnel have indicated that the most likely cause of the incident was a faulty electrical connection between two of the accelerator’s magnets. Before a full understanding of the incident can be established, however, the sector has to be brought to room temperature and the magnets involved opened up for inspection. This will take three to four weeks. Full details of this investigation will be made available once it is complete.

  5. is there anybody here who can provide some constructive criticism or legal advice or how to make a scientific discovery public?


    test you findings. repeat your test.


    when your test it successfully send it to an science magazine.


    after reading it in an scientific magazine scientist will try to repeat and test your findings.


    it it still stands after that it becomes an theory.

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