Paus Benedictus en 21 Mei

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wo 18 mei 2011, 17:11

Er is natuurlijk al genoeg te doen op het wereldwijde web over de 21ste Mei daar dit de datum zou zijn waarop we allemaal DDWWOOOOOOD gaan. Veel doom-gedoe dus omtrent deze datum... Maar er gebeurt ook nog iets opmerkelijks op deze dag dat oprecht opmerkelijk te noemen is daar het gaat om een door paus Benedictus te verrichten handeling... Ja sorry, ik weet dat dat nog steeds vaag klinkt, maar als we de inhoud van dit bericht serieus moeten nemen dan zou het zo zijn dat Benedictus op 21 mei om 13:56 een speciale videoboodschap naar het ISS zal sturen. En op GLP trof ik een draadje aan over dezelfde materie die een aantal interessante aanknopingspunten bevatte in mijn optiek...



Maar goed om exact 13:56 uur (waarom dit vreemde tijdstip??) zal de paus dus via een speciale satelliet verbinding maken met het ISS om zo de bemanning van de laatste vlucht van de Endeavour toe te spreken volgens de woordvoerder van de paus, Dhr. Federico Lombardi. Via de verbinding zal de paus dus een speciale video en een speciale audio boodschap versturen... Wat voor speciale boodschap?? Iets van: "Yoyo homies hier de pope... Je weet wel die coole gast uit het Vaticaan... Ik ben het... Zit hier nu lekker aan de dope! Hoe gaat ie daar in space luitjes??" Ahhum... opmerkelijk is ook dat er 12 bemanningsleden aan boord zullen zijn van het ISS... U weet wel zoals de 12 apostelen...?

Aan boord ook de Italiaanse astronaut Roberto Vittori die onlangs zijn moeder verloor tijdens zijn verblijf in het ISS. Waarom is hij aan boord? Een gezant van de paus? Dat zou je haast denken daar de paus hem onlangs nog met een mooi stuk zilver beloonde in de vorm van een speciale medaille... Het Vaticaan dat zilver weg geeft?? WTF?!

De oorspronkelijke connectie tussen de paus en het ISS zou gemaakt worden op 4 mei, maar door een vertraging van de Endeavour die oorspronkelijk 29 April zou vertrekken (druk dagje U weet wel...) Iedere keer wisten ze een reden te verzinnen bij de NASA om het vertrek van de Endeavour uit te stellen...

Maar na al het uitstellen is het nu dan toch zo ver dat de Endeavour aan haar laatste missie is begonnen, na 30 jaar is dit het einde van het Spaceshuttle programma, hopelijk bouwen ze het volgende ruimtevaartuig zo dat het langer mee kan gaan dan slechts 30 jaar... Als U begrijpt wat ik bedoel...

En dan is er ook nog wat te doen omtrent de Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer AMS-02 die ze achter gaan laten vanuit de Endeavour in het ISS om daar tot 2028 te blijven... Waarom? Willen ze toch meer weten over de invloed van deeltjes van de zon op ons DNA misschien??




Genoeg stof tot nadenken en al met al wel interessant om hier op QFF eens wat neder onder de spreekwoordelijke loep te nemen...

Hieronder in de comments gaat het verder...

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Lid geworden op: za 21 aug 2010, 06:38

wo 18 mei 2011, 18:47

21 Mei is dus de 'De dag des oordeels gaan' volgens een Amerikaanse (volgens mij is dit een overbodige toevoeging) voorganger Harold Camping.

http://www.google.nl/#sclient=psy&hl=nl ... 2b1f625ad4

Leuk topic trouwens :P Ik wist hier nog niks van af (LOL!) Perm wees me er afgelopen maandag op!
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do 19 mei 2011, 00:15

Ik wel in hun ogen schijnen met m'n tele foon. :)
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za 21 mei 2011, 05:46

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Ik ben geschokt als dit waar is dat het niet om die klotemeter gaat maar misschien om een wapen tegen ufo's ?

Ik lees deze Link

Hmmm, zeer plausibel en geen toeval dat de paus iss gaat toespreken !!! Want ze willen duidelijk af van al dat ufo gedoe eh !!!

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New method 'confirms dark energy'

First results from a major astronomical survey using a cutting-edge technique appear to have confirmed the existence of mysterious dark energy.

Dark energy makes up some 74% of the Universe and its existence would explain why the Universe appears to be expanding at an accelerating rate.

The finding was based on studies of more than 200,000 galaxies.

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One type of observation measured a pattern in the distribution of galaxies

Scientists used two separate kinds of observation to provide an independent check on previous dark energy results.

Two papers by an international team of researchers have been accepted for publication in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society journal....http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/ ... )1365-2966

One type of observation used by the astronomers involves measuring a pattern in how galaxies are distributed in space. This pattern is known by the term "baryon acoustic oscillations".....http://arxiv.org/abs/1105.2862

The second type of observation involves measuring how quickly clusters of galaxies have formed over time. Both of these techniques confirmed the existence of dark energy and the acceleration in the expansion of the Universe.....http://arxiv.org/abs/1104.2948


The concept of dark energy was first invoked in the late 1990s by studying the brightness of distant supernovas - exploding stars.

Einstein was right

To explain why the expansion of the Universe was speeding up, astronomers had to either rewrite Albert Einstein's theory of gravity or accept that the cosmos was filled with a novel type of energy.

"The action of dark energy is as if you threw a ball up in the air, and it kept speeding upward into the sky faster and faster," said co-author Dr Chris Blake of the Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia.

"The results tell us that dark energy is a cosmological constant, as Einstein proposed. If gravity were the culprit, then we wouldn't be seeing these constant effects of dark energy throughout time."

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The Anglo-Australian telescope was used in the galaxy survey

The latest findings have come from a galaxy survey project called WiggleZ, which began in 2006 and finished this year. WiggleZ used data from Nasa's Galaxy Evolution Explorer (Galex) space telescope and the Anglo-Australian Telescope on Siding Spring Mountain in Australia.

The survey mapped the distribution of galaxies in an unprecedented volume of the Universe, looking eight billion years back in time - more than half the age of the Universe.

Cosmologist Bob Nicholl, who was not involved with the research, told BBC News: "This is a major step forward. These guys are serious, major scientists and we've been waiting for this result for some time.

The professor of astrophysics at Portsmouth University, UK, added: "It's re-confirmation of dark energy, it gives us another data point to fit our theories around and it shows us the way to the future. More astronomers are going to be doing this in years to come."

While dark energy makes up about 74% of the Universe, dark matter - which does not reflect or emit detectable light - accounts for 22%. Ordinary matter - gas, stars, planets and galaxies - makes up just 4% of the cosmos.

However, despite scientists being able to infer the existence of dark energy and dark matter, these phenomena still elude a full explanation.


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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-13462926



EDIT: gut, ze klappen uit de kerk(school)...ik bedoel de kerk(school) klapt...;-)
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We leven nog steeds...


Overigens geloof ik niet zo in 'donkere energie'.
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za 21 mei 2011, 18:03

Weet iemand waar ik mijn telefoon moet richten want als de paus het vanuit z'n utopie kan dan kan ik het ook. :)
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za 21 mei 2011, 18:50

Toespraak Poopie Joopie (Paus Benedictus) - ISS is hier te zien: ->>

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Prachtig om al die balende Yankees te zien op GLP, dat het einde van de wereld toch niet gekomen is vandaag op de 21ste Mei van 2011... Dus ze gingen niet allemaal DDWWOOOOOOD!!!

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Anyways...

Kwam net dit onderstaande artikel tegen, dacht dat is leuk, even delen...

The Seven Planets as They Appeared on The Day The Earth Supposedly Ended

Seven planets, Mars, Venus, Mercury, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto appeared in the early morning sky of May 21, 2011, the day that some believed was the end of the world.

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Six planets were visible in the pre dawn sky of May 21, 2011, the day some people tagged as the end of the world. (Neave Planetarium screen capture)

To many people, the sky holds many secrets and messages for those living on earth. Because of a curious alignment of seven planets on the 21st of May, 2011, some groups of people thought the end of the world or the beginning of Judgment Day was near. I took the chance to see those planets myself close together in the sky. I first checked them out before sunrise on May 16, 2011, and saw Mars, Venus, Mercury, and Jupiter clumped together in Pisces (below). I took a photo with my cellphone, which was only able to capture two of the brighter planets. There were other more impressive clumpings when two or three of the planets almost touched, but I didn’t get the chance to view these formations.

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Some of the planets clumping together and visible before dawn on May 16, 2011. (Graphics from Neave Planetarium; photo by alvinwriter)

To guide me, I used Planetarium, a software available as a Google Chrome app. It showed me how at least four planets – Mars, Venus, Mercury, and Jupiter will be seen together in the early morning hours of May 21, 2011. Unfortunately, luck wasn’t with me on the 21st, because clouds were in the way.

The four brighter planets, Mars, Venus, Mercury, and Jupiter, are shown in the Planetarium screenshot between the constellations Aries, Pisces, and Cetus. Aries, as we all know, is the god of war, and so is Mars. Pisces, on the other hand, is a pair of fishes that live in water just like Cetus beside it, which is a sea monster. Uranus, the ancient Greek deity of the sky, is between Pisces and Cetus. Neptune (not visible in the Planetarium screen capture), is in Aquarius, another water sign. Pluto, the seventh planet from the Eastern horizon, accompanies the waning gibbous moon between the constellations Scutum and Sagittarius.

On that day, which was identified as doomsday by some people, five of the planets, Mars, Venus, Mercury, Jupiter, and Neptune, were in a region of the sky known as The Water. Based on Mesopotamian mythology, this is also where the sea monster, Tiamat, resides. Tiamat, which has been associated with the constellation Cetus, is considered a monster of chaos and the primal goddess of the ocean, among other things. According to myth, the body of Tiamat formed the earth’s lands and seas.

While it’s fascinating to hear about the ancient stories of these planets and constellations in the sky which appeared on May 21, 2011, we have to remember that they’re just stories and do not really mean or relate to anything. Taking the planetary formation as a sign that the world is ending may be a stretch. So, why not just enjoy the sights that the night sky offers and be inspired by them?

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The morning sky at the end of the Mayan calendar on Dec. 21, 2012 – seven planets align. (Graphics from Neave Planetarium app)

It is said that the world ends again on December 21, 2012, the end of the Mayan calendar. On that day, seven planets will be in the sky together with the sun and a waxing gibbous moon at 12:30 in the afternoon (Jupiter sets early at 4:54 am).

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* http://scienceray.com/astronomy/the-sev ... z1N0oCXR2P
* http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread706867/pg1
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Pope Benedict XVI had a direct line to the heavens Saturday, with NASA's help.


Speaking from the Vatican, the pontiff bestowed a historic blessing upon the 12 astronauts circling Earth during the first-ever papal call to space, wishing a swift recovery for the shuttle commander's wounded congresswoman wife and condolences for a station astronaut mourning his mother's death.

The "extraordinary" conversation, as Benedict described it, occurred after the Endeavour astronauts inspected a small gash in the shuttle's belly, to ensure their safe return to Earth after departing the International Space Station in just over a week. NASA later determined the damage posed no threat to the next-to-last flight in the 30-year shuttle program.

Seated at a table before a television set tuned to NASA's live broadcast from orbit, Benedict told the space travelers that "you are our representatives spearheading humanity's exploration of new spaces and possibilities for our future." He said he admired their courage, discipline and commitment.
"It must be obvious to you how we all live together on one Earth and how absurd it is that we fight and kill each one," the pontiff said, reading from prepared remarks. "I know that Mark Kelly's wife was a victim of a serious attack, and I hope her health continues to improve."

Kelly, who is of Irish-Catholic descent, thanked the pope for his kind words. His wife, U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, had surgery to repair her skull Wednesday, four months after being shot in the head at a political event in Tucson, Ariz. She was nearly killed, yet managed to attend her husband's launch last Monday.

Kelly told the pope that borders cannot be seen from space and noted that down on Earth, people usually fight for resources. At the space station, solar power provides unlimited energy, "and if those technologies could be adapted more on Earth, we could possibly reduce some of that violence," he said.

Benedict asked about the future of the planet and the environmental risks it faces, and wanted to know what the astronauts' most important message would be for young people when they return home.

Space station astronaut Ronald Garan Jr. spoke of the paper-thin layer of atmosphere "that separates every living thing from the vacuum of space." And shuttle crewman Mike Fincke described how he and his colleagues "can look down and see our beautiful planet Earth that God has made."

"However, if we look up, we can see the rest of the universe, and the rest of the universe is out there for us to explore," Fincke said. "The International Space Station is just one symbol, one example, of what human beings can do when we work together constructively."

Near the end of the 18-minute conversation, Benedict expressed concern for astronaut Paolo Nespoli, whose 78-year-old mother died in northern Italy at the beginning of May while he was serving on the space station.
"How have you been living through this time of pain on the International Space Station?" the pope asked.

"Holy Father, I felt your prayers and everyone's prayers arriving up here where outside the world ... we have a vantage point to look at the Earth and we feel everything around us," Nespoli replied in Italian.
Nespoli will end his five-month space station mission Monday, returning to Earth aboard a Russian Soyuz capsule.
He will bring back with him a silver medal that shuttle astronaut Roberto Vittori took up with him on Endeavour, that was provided by the pope. It depicts Michelangelo's "Creation of Man," the painting on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.

Vittori floated the commemorative coin in front of him, then gently tossed it to Nespoli, positioned on the opposite end of the front row of astronauts.
"I brought it with me to space, and he will take down on Earth to then give back to you," Vittori told the pontiff. The astronaut said he prays in space "for me, for our families, for our future."

The long-distance papal audience was arranged by the European Space Agency and the Italian Space Agency. NASA provided technical support from Mission Control in Houston.
Inside the ancient frescoed halls of the Vatican — where e-mail wasn't even in wide use until a few years ago — the call was received with visible awe.
The 84-year-old Benedict chuckled when one of the astronauts began floating up at the end of the transmission. He waved to the U.S., Italian and Russian crew at the beginning and end of the call.

The Vatican spokesman, the Rev. Federico Lombardi, said the call was evidence of the pope's desire to communicate with people however possible, be it sending a text message with a prayer of the day or a YouTube channel playing church teachings.
Pope Paul VI sent a greeting to the moon with Apollo 11's Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin in 1969, but it was in a silicon disk that contained goodwill messages from numerous countries and was left on the Sea of Tranquility. "I look up at your heavens, made by your fingers, at the moon and stars you set in place," said Paul VI, quoting from Psalms 8.

Mission Control, meanwhile, was glowing. Flight controllers watched on monitors as the pope got set up for the interview.
"It was just an amazing event, really a beautiful event," said lead flight director Derek Hassmann.
Before gathering for the extra-special VIP call, the astronauts conducted an hour-long survey of the gouge in Endeavour's belly, using a 100-foot extension boom.
Mission managers ordered the inspection as a precaution, saying there was no reason to be alarmed by the damage generated by Monday's liftoff on Endeavour's final voyage. Experts on the ground immediately analyzed the 3-D images beamed down, and concluded the shuttle is safe for re-entry.

The extra safety checks were put in place following the 2003 Columbia disaster.
The gouge — spanning two or three tiles — measures just 3 inches by 2.4 inches, and is less than an inch deep.
Similar damage was seen on a flight by Endeavour in 2007, and that, too, required no repair. By coincidence, that mission was commanded by Kelly's identical twin brother, Scott.

Still ahead for Kelly and his crew are three more spacewalks, the next one on Sunday. Landing is scheduled for June 1.
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AP Writer Nicole Winfield contributed to this report from Vatican City.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/us_space_shuttle


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Als ik het goed begrijp geeft hij Jezus niet eens krediet voor wat er in dat boekie van hem staat.. Next..
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ma 11 feb 2013, 13:40

[quote=""baphomet" post=68243"]Bye Bye Popie Jopie!

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Bye Bye Benedictus XVI!

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