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Steve Taranovich

Ron Howard’s ‘Mars’ on the National Geographic channel

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9/16/2018 4:12:10 PM
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Re: 2016 Mars program?
@Andy_I---This mini-series does not have 'hard science', but real-life commentary regarding what's coming in the way of space exploration in our future. There is enough science from the actual people in the scientific world during the brief commentaries inserted into the program. I do not think it was the intent of addressing the engineering and scientific audeinces as much as the everyday people who jusr want to know what our future possibilities are.

In my opinion, this was not a 'cheesy made-for-TV drama' but a pretty good indication, based on actual fact and ideas from NASA and other experts, of what is coming in the 2030s.

I am very involved with NASA and the Orion program, and I have spoken with experts regarding the lava tubes on Mars and other concepts that may be possible for explorers to survive on Mars, so I see a great deal of that in this National Geographic series.

I respect your opinion of the series, but I think you missed the point of what they were trying to convey to the larger audience.

Read my link regarding the lava tubes https://www.edn.com/Home/PrintView?contentItemId=4441286 to see how close this series comes to reality.

 

And how about the copter drones---NASA JPL's Mars2020 Rover will carry such drones in its mission in a couple of years https://www.planetanalog.com/author.asp?section_id=3065&doc_id=564874 

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9/15/2018 11:08:41 PM
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Re: 2016 Mars program?
Yes, I remember watching the first season.  My reaction then was mixed.  There seemed to be less hard science and less to learn than I thought there might be.  The drama portions were OK but nothing to write home about.  It feld "odd" trying to mix the science with the cheesy made-for-TV drama.

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9/13/2018 12:38:50 AM
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Re: Mars 1,000,000 BC
@bpaddock---thanks for this information!

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9/13/2018 12:37:49 AM
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Re: 2016 Mars program?
@Andy_I  yes, Part 1 was in 2016 and Part 2 is coming this Fall---Have you seen Part 1?

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9/12/2018 9:25:57 PM
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Re: Mars 1,000,000 BC

Steve, even the scientist that started the program, Edwin C. May, doesn't know how it works. He just released the first volume of the Startgate Archives:



"The Star Gate Archives. Volume 1: Remote Viewing, 1972–1984", compiled and edited by Edwin C. May and Sonali Bhatt Marwaha Reviewed by Nemo C. Mörck June 05, 2018McFarland, ISBN: 978-1-4766-6752-2

I've spent time with Joe and I've traded emails with Ed discussing obscure possibilities such as Aharonov Bohm Effect and Curl Free Magnetic as possibilities. Ed had already tried them all, and found them lacking. Consider the security implications of communications that can not be blocked by a Faraday cage, and may work under water.


List of patents on Curl Free Magnetic by Raymond C. Gelinas assigned to Honeywell: (note that a Vector Potential is a scalar field)

4,429,280, 31 Jan 1984, Apparatus and Method for Demodulation of a Modulated Curl-Free Magnetic Vector Potential.

4,429,288, 31 Jan 1984, Apparatus and Method for Modulation of a Curl-Free Magnetic Vector Potential Field.

4,432,098, 14 Feb 1984, Apparatus and Method for Transfer of Information by Means of a Curl-Free Magnetic Vector Potential Field.

4,447,779, 8 May 1984, Apparatus and Method for Determination of a Receiving Device Utilizing a Curl-Free Magnetic Vector Potential Field.

4,605,897, 12 Aug 1986, Apparatus and Method for Distance Determination Between a Receiving Device and a Transmitting Device Utilizing a Curl-Free Magnetic Vector Potential Field.

4,491,795, 1 Jan 1985, Josephson Junction Interferometer Device for Detection of Curl-Free Magnetic Vector Potential Fields.

US5845220: Communication method and apparatus with signals comprising scalar and vector potentials without electromagnetic fields , H. Puthoff

Also, you can find a good article in Scientific American of April 1989, pp. 56-62, "Quantum Interference and the Aharonov-Bohm Effect" by Yoseph Imry & Richard Webb.

Getting back to RV, Ed has an other book that has been out for while on what little is known about the science "Anomalous Cognition: Remote Viewing Research and Theory" by Edwin C. May and Sonali Bhatt Marwaha.

Ed and Joe are going to be online for a fund rasing event for the Rhine Research Center on September 29th if you want to hear them live.

Something also to consider when debugging, is to see if there is any correlation to Local Sidereal Time (LST). An other rabbit hole that has shown effects with no clearly understood cause to date. For example is there an increase in Single Event Upsets that track with LST? Anomalous Cognition has shown to peek at 13:47 LST in a few experiments.  See S. James P. Spottiswoode and Edwin C. May.

Our interments only know how to measure the things that we know how to measure. That does not mean that there are not other things out there...

BTW, Karen's documentary movie is due to be released in the next couple of months. Still on the look out for better medical imaging. As you can see I'll follow the most obscure paths in the hopes of helping those she left behind...

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9/12/2018 9:03:29 PM
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2016 Mars program?
Are you talking about the "Mars" drama+docu that was broadcast 2 years ago?

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9/12/2018 3:54:08 PM
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Re: Mars 1,000,000 BC
@bpaddock---very interesting, but being a scientist and engineer, I am looking for the science behind this. We have not found the scientific rationale behind this yet, but I always keep an open mind.

 

If I lived 500 years ago, I would have thought that people traveling in flying machines was impossible too!

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bpaddock
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9/12/2018 2:00:36 PM
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Mars 1,000,000 BC
From the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) archives of the Stargate program.

Remote Viewing of Mars by Joe McMoneagle with RV Target "Mars 1,000,000 BC":

MARS EXPLORATION, MAY 22, 1984
Document Type: CREST
Collection: STARGATE
https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/document/cia-rdp96-00788r001900760001-9

 

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