Many people have been inquiring about 5G technology in today's world of madness. How does it effect us? Let's take a look.researchgat.net: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/323998588_Wi-Fi_is_an_important_threat_to_human_healthINSTAGRAM: @jaewoodwa
Live Q&A with Brian Greene - #YourDailyEquation: Join a live session with Brian Greene, 3 PM EDT. Relativity, quantum, the universe -- ask him anything that's on your mind.Monday - Friday at 3pm EDT, Brian will offer brief and breezy discussions of pivota
How would you react if, after taking nighttime cold medicine, you woke up the following morning and you had committed atrocious acts of violence? Such was the case for 20 individuals over the past 100 years. These are the tales of Parasomnias and those wh
This meditation, led by IONS Director of Research Helane Wahbeh, is an excerpt from the Noetic Global Gathering "Exploring Lifetime Experiences and Their Effects on Our Health" (March 2020). To watch the full video, go to https://elearning.noetic.org/cour
Episode 06 #YourDailyEquation: Why is the speed of light the fastest possible speed? In this episode, Brian tells a simple story--involving medieval jousters--to motivate the relativistic mass equation, and then uses that equation to explain the speed lim
Visit our sponsor, Brilliant: https://brilliant.org/IsaacArthur/Every day brings us new technological advances, today we'll explore many of those of such as robotics, automation, rapid delivery, education, medical science, nanotechnology, and more.Episode
Just a spur of the moment live stream of a Pacific Sunset from Ron James Sunset at 7:15 or so. Enjoy
Alexis speaks with former US Navy Radar Operator for the USS Princeton Kevin Day about the incredible personal aftereffects the occurred as a result of the now famous 2004 Tic Tac UFO encounter off the coast of San Diego.Day has rarely spoken publicly abo
Today Brian gives a bite-sized daily equation--a simple formula that makes you think twice.Monday - Friday at 3pm EDT, Brian will offer brief and breezy discussions of pivotal equations. Even if your math is a bit rusty, tune in for accessible and excitin
Jason Reza Jorjani, PhD, is a philosopher and author of Prometheus and Atlas, World State of Emergency, Lovers of Sophia, Novel Folklore: The Blind Owl of Sadegh Hedayat, and Iranian Leviathan: A Monumental History of Mithra's Abode.Here he explores the h
A kick-off event for the early career program of the Decadal Survey in Planetary Science and Astrobiology. Learn about the decadal survey, engage with the experts, and ask questions. The Decadal Survey on Planetary Science and Astrobiology will assess key
THE FIRST SEGMENT of the show is with Dr Travis Taylor who discusses the HISTORY Channel's: The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch, the series Premiere Tuesday, March 31 at 10/9c. For the first time ever, HISTORY is gaining full, unprecedented access to one of th
Representatives from the National Academies' Space Studies Board (SSB) and NASA will provide an overview of the progress made towards preparing and organizing for the survey, along with an updated schedule for its implementation. Community involvement is
Representatives from NASA address the planetary science community.Lori Glaze, Director, Planetary Science Division, NASAJacob Bleacher, Chief Exploration Scientist, Advanced Exploration Systems Division, Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorat
Sign Up on Patreon to get access to the Space Time Discord! https://www.patreon.com/pbsspacetimeCheck out the Space Time Merch Storehttps://pbsspacetime.com/Normal maps are useless inside black holes. At the event horizon - the ultimate point of no return
Stephen Rinehart, Director, Planetary Research Programs, gives a status update followed by a Q&A session.
Episode 04 #YourDailyEquation: Today's equation shows that simultaneity is in the eye of the beholder. Two people who are moving relative to one another will not agree on what happens at the same time, and Brian derives the time discrepancy between them.
How are today's events effecting our ability to manifest what we want into our existence. Let's have a little chat.WOODWARDTV Q&A PART 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfsgUuc0dlsINSTAGRAM: @jaewoodwardSUBSCRIBELike and Share
The IONS Experience Department was fortunate to share a few moments with Yasmine Anne Fernandez, of the Yucca Valley IONS Community Group, harvesting her interests, recommendations, and knowledge about forming an IONS Community Group.
A Conversation with Dottie Koontz of the Vancouver IONS Community Group.
A California witness at Menlo Park On Nov 20, 2019 spotted Blimp/ oval-like lights. “I spotted a bright large blimp/oval like UFO. It was moving interestingly slow for a large object the Witness stated. The features were described as being strong white li
Episode 03: Last week, Brian spoke about time dilation and the impact of motion on the passage of time. Today, as the counterpart to time dilation, Brian will unpack length contraction or what is also known as the Lorentz contraction. If you want to hear
What do we know about this dying star in the sky. What are they not telling us? Let's take a look.Instagram: @jaewoodwardSUBSCRIBELike and Share
Drone Footage taken of the strand in Balbriggan beach, North County Dublin, Ireland using a NIR Modified Hasselblad Camera onboard a DJI Mavic 2 Pro equipped with an enhanced narrow bandpass NIR-Blue-Green Filter developed by MuonRay Enterprises Ireland.
Normally only available to IONS members, on March 27, 2020, the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) made this special ConnectIONS Live: Noetic Wisdom webinar series available to all who are interested. Moderated by CEO Claire Lachance, the first installme
Recorded on March 27, 2020, this experiential practice by Nina Fry-Kizler was offered in the Noetic Approaches to Health and Wellbeing webinar, which was part of the special ConnectIONS Live: Noetic Wisdom webinar series by the Institute of Noetic Science
Recorded on March 27, 2020, this meditation by Dr. Michael Sapiro was offered in the Noetic Approaches to Health and Wellbeing webinar, which was part of the special ConnectIONS Live: Noetic Wisdom webinar series.
Episode 02: Brian talks time travel. Not the kind of time travel you encounter in sci-fi, but real time travel – the kind that's written into the laws of physics and understood using the time dilation equation. Watch to learn more about how and why our pe
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Episode 01: Brian kicks off #YourDailyEquation with Albert Einstein's famous equation E = mc2.If you have a favorite equation that you'd like Brian to discuss next time, be sure to let him know in the comments below. Monday – Friday at 3pm EDT, Brian will
Findings, Surprises, and Caveats from the First Phase of Human and Robotic Exploration. Sixty years of human and robotic space exploration has provided unprecedented knowledge of the origin and evolution of our solar system. We outline themes and caveats
We use an uncertainty assessment of coupled Earth system models along with constraints on Earth’s surface temperature and internal evolution to assess the potential evolutionary paths Earth has taken and what this implies for habitability studies. Present
Our Solar Systems Ocean Worlds as Analogue Habitable Ice-covered Exoplanets. We will describe recent work modeling the extent of fluid-rock interactions in icy ocean worlds and recent progress enabling the detailed modeling of habitable ice-covered exopla
Exoplanet detection and characterization have taught us that planets with the sizes of Neptune are common in our galaxy and, therefore, a better understanding of this planetary class is desirable — how useful are solar system ice giants in adding to that
in Radio Emission Estimates for Extrasolar Planets. We present a method of estimating planetary radio emission which accounts for conditions where the transfer of energy from the solar wind to ionosphere becomes proportionally limited. Most exoplanets are
Lessons from Measurements in the Solar System. We compare measured solar wind-driven atmospheric escape rates from Venus, Earth, and Mars, including dependencies on upstream solar wind and solar EUV. The latest results challenge the current paradigm of th
Some Lessons Learned from Solar-System Giant Planets. Lessons derived from studies of our solar system giant planets are described in the context of exoplanet atmospheres. Presented by Julianne Moses, Space Science Institute.
I will present results of the composition of exoplanet haze particles determined from very high resolution mass spectrometry and elemental analysis. This work is part of ongoing exoplanet laboratory studies in the JHU PHAZER laboratory. Presented by Sarah
Chemistry and physics occurring during planet formation determine the initial state of a planet and its subsequent evolution. While chemistry and physics are universal, the outcomes of these processes for planets in different planetary systems is sure to
Start listening with a 30-day Audible trial and your first audiobook plus two Audible Originals are free. Visithttp://www.audible.com/isaac or text "isaac" to 500-500.Science fiction loves to take us to desolate alien worlds with low-gravity, and envision
The Ol Doinyo Lengai (ODL) volcano of Tanzania is currently erupting carbon-rich lavas, unique on Earth. They may be analogous to those that would erupt on a carbon planet, making ODL to our knowledge the first field analogue of an exoplanet. Presented by
Exoplanets, A Guide for Planetary Scientists. Presented by Victoria Meadows, University of Washington.
Tidal heating is a fundamental process in the evolution of many worlds across our solar system and beyond. Presented by Alfred McEwen, University of Arizona.
A Testbed for Cold Terrestrial Exoplanets. For terrestrial exoplanets with thin atmospheres, the surface will contribute to the reflected light signal of the planet. We present the expected contrast ratios of icy terrestrial exoplanets and discuss the imp
Presented by Kathleen Mandt, Johns Hopkins University-Applied Physics Laboratory.
I will discuss a classification scheme for exoplanets in planetary radius and stellar flux bins, based on chemical species’ condensation sequences in planetary atmospheres, and provide updates to Venus zone limits for planets around M-dwarf stars. Present
Presented by Lori S. Glaze, Planetary Science Division Director, Science Mission Directorate.
Why Studying the Solar System Terrestrial Planets is Absolutely Critical for the Future of Exoplanet Characterization and Understanding Habitability. Presented by Stephen Kane, University of California Riverside.
Presented by Douglas Hudgins, Astrophysics Division, Science Mission Directorate
We present results of an extensive study of the formation of rocky planets in systems with migrating giant planets. We present a detailed analysis of the results and make a comparison with the frequency of the currently known extrasolar planets. Presented
Venus is the most accessible Earth-sized planet in the galaxy. We seek input as to what measurements we can make at Venus that help us interpret data from exoplanets. Presented by Martha Gilmore, Wesleyan University.
We show pebble accretion is faster for embryos on eccentric orbits than the typically assumed circular orbit. Embryos gain similar masses before eccentricity damping, possibly explaining the observed similarity in exoplanet masses within systems. Presente
We present Spitzer observations of a transit of Kepler-167e, a Jupiter-analog exoplanet with a 2.9-yr orbital period. We refine the ephemeris of this rare outer transiting planet to enable future unprecedented comparative investigations with Jupiter. Pres
Earth, Venus, and Mars formed at similar times, yet their atmospheres have evolved drastically differently. We will present in-situ observations of atmospheric escape at Mars and Venus and how atmospheric evolution affects habitability. Presented by Shann
This presentation serves to provide an overview of the status and capabilities of the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope for exoplanet and solar system science. Presented by Knicole Colón, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
We review atmospheric escape processes from Mars as measured by the MAVEN mission, and consider how the martian atmosphere would fare if Mars orbited an active M Dwarf star. Presented by David Brain, University of Colorado.
To guide studies of the diversity of exoplanets we will someday encounter, we must consider the different environmental conditions and dominant biospheres that existed during Earth’s history. Presented by Giada Arney, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
We present models of tidal effects on exoplanets, the application of a physical oceanography model to an ancient Venus ocean, and the application of that model to an ensemble of “alternative Earths” with a range of continental and seafloor properties. Pre
Veteran UFO Researcher Grant Cameron ties some VERY curious threads together when it comes to our very STRANGE life right now coupled with synchronicity incidents and of course the presence of UFOs.Is there a bizarre timing involved? Are these facets all
Join us for #YourDailyEquation with Brian Greene. Every day at 3pm EST, Brian will offer brief and breezy discussions of pivotal equations. Even if your math is a bit rusty, tune in for accessible and exciting stories of nature and numbers that will allow
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