Is Dark Matter Mini Black Holes from the Big Bang?

Here’s an interesting theory about dark matter, that it may be composed of miniture black holes. First, a review of why scientists believe dark matter exists. Astrophysicists think dark matter dominates ordinary matter in the universe by more than five times because galaxies rotate too fast for their visible star-stuff to handle. Without the extra dark matter holding them together, the laws of physics say that these galaxies would fall apart—the Milky Way, for example, rotates so fast that it must contain 30 times more dark matter than ordinary matter. via Wired There is an assumption that gravity is the same at the scale of galaxies as it is in the scales of our experience. If that is correct, then there must be missing matter. Dark matter, the mysterious extra mass in the universe that emits no light yet exerts a gravitational pull, may actually be made up of […] Read More

5 Mind-boggling mysteries about the Universe that science cannot explain

Why is it that the universe is expanding faster and faster? Are there other universes out there? What if black holes are in fact doorways to other worlds? Why is the universe filled with invisible matter? And why is gravity –one of the weaker fundamental forces— the only force that has no opposite reaction? Despite the great advances in technology and different sciences, the Universe is still too vast and full of mysteries for the human race to comprehend. While we have learned so much about our place in the universe over the last few decades, the truth is that we are only coming to realize that the more we explore, the less we know. Here we bring you some of the most amazing mysteries and theories that science is unable to comprehend. The universe expands faster and faster The Big Bang theory is still the predominant one to […] Read More

Before Big Bang: Scientists Claim To Have Discovered What Existed BEFORE The Beginning Of The Universe

There are many scientific and non-scientific varieties of the answer about what came before Big Bang. Some say there was literally nothing and some say a black hole or a multiverse. But now a group of mathematicians from Canada and Egypt have analyzed some cutting edge scientific theory and a complex set of equations to find what preceded the universe in which we live. Their research paper has been published in Nature. To explain it in simple and easily understandable terms; they applied the theories of the very small i.e. the world of quantum mechanics, to the entire universe – explained  by general theory of relativity, and discovered the universe essentially goes through four different phases. More importantly they discovered what came before this universe was…Another universe or more accurately another ‘cosmological phase’. Despite being infinite in size our universe is cyclical and has always existed in one of four […] Read More

2014: Universal Time May Not Be Universal At All

Here you sit, reading this article, when suddenly you hear a jet engine from an overhead plane. Aboard this plane, someone else is reading this article. Curiously, you two are not reading it in a relevant time frame. Time is actually moving at a different speed for you on the ground than it is for the person on the plane. It’s not much of a difference, just a few fractions of a second, but it is a difference. This phenomena is explained among Einstein’s theories of relativity. In it, he says “the passage of time on the fast-moving object is slower than if the object was at rest.” This is why it is scientifically theorized that if you fell into a black hole, all of time would pass before your eyes – the birth and death of the universe. At the black hole’s event horizon, or point of no […] Read More

1973: Starseed

Transmitted from Folsom Prison by Dr. Timothy Leary “Kohoutek will have a pale blue and yellowtail stretching out for somewhere between 75,000,000 and 100,000,000 miles — the yellow portions of it in the shape of a scimitar. It will first be seen by the naked eye in mid-November and will look dull. But since it will be approaching the Sun at 250,000,000 miles an hour, it will brighten and from mid-December to Dec. 28 the peoples of the world will have the finest Christmas star ever.” How about that, Chump? Do you still believe everything out there “just happened by accident.”    —From a “memo to a friend who is an atheist” in Bob Considine‘s September 16 column in the San FranciscoExaminer & Chronicle.  The quoted paragraph is from a release by the American Museum, Hayden Planetarium.The featured image is from a photograph taken by Jose Tamez of an […] Read More

2009: Superwave: Project Camelot interviews Dr Paul LaViolette

  Dr. Paul LaViolette is the measured counterpart to Patrick Geryl, whose interview we have released simultaneously. A brilliant and maverick astrophysicist, Paul is best known for his research into a new theory of matter he calls Subquantum Kinetics – based on systems theory, which he studied for his Ph.D. thesis – and for his carefully argued hypothesis, first formulated in 1983, that our galactic center periodically emits devastating waves he termed superwaves. Galactic superwaves are intense cosmic ray particle bombardments that originate from the center of our Galaxy, and that last for periods of up to a few thousand years. Paul explains that astronomical and geological evidence indicates that the last major superwave impacted our solar system around 12,000 to 16,000 years ago, and produced abrupt changes of the Earth’s climate. The land animal extinction episode which occurred during this interval was the worst in several million years, […] Read More

2007: NWO CODE FOR ASSASSINATION by CIA SS

PERSEUS BLACK HOLE “BONG” NUMBER 57 update.. 5-10-2007 http://mparent7777-2.blogspot.com/2007/05/shining-light-goes-out-in-africa-cia.html the assassination of ANTHONY MITCHELL JOURNALIST AGAINST THE NWO!!! EXCERPT FROM ARTICLE A Shining Light Goes Out in Africa Posted on May 8, 2007 By Amy Goodman On Saturday, May 5, Anthony Mitchell died in the crash of Kenyan Airways Flight 507, which killed all 114 people on board. Based in Nairobi, he was an Associated Press reporter who had recently broken a story on secret prisons in Ethiopia and the U.S. involvement in the detention and interrogation of prisoners there. The world has lost another journalist, one who was taking the necessary risks to get at the heart of the complex and often ignored story of Africa. Most Americans know of Somalia as the setting for the feature film “Black Hawk Down.” This film depicted the failed 1993 U.S. military assault on Mogadishu. Eighteen U.S. soldiers died. Less well […] Read More