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NASA admits they cannot get past the Van Allen Radiation Belt - AETHERFORCE

When I first read this I thought my understanding of where the Van Allen Belt of harmful radiation was mistaken.  I say this because is a sphere. 38 more words

From Huff Post: "Earth's Invisible 'Star Trek' Force Field Protects You From Killer Electrons"

The Huffington Post

Ed Mazza

The Earth is surrounded by “killer electrons,” and it turns out one of the only things protecting us from them is an invisible force field of the type usually seen in sci-fi flicks. 395 more words

Basic Research

David Icke Awesome NEW Interview DNA, Royals and Iluminati History

This is such a great interview! ~J

Published on Sep 18, 2014
Thanks to V. 

By – This is one of my favorite interviews done by David Icke where he speaks about the Gnostics, Roman church, DNA, Royals and. 45 more words


Upcoming flight of NASA's Orion spacecraft into space, proof that Moon landing never happened?

As far as I know, the Van Allen belt filters out harmful radiation from the sun. In the world of UFOs, it is absent over the north and south poles. 293 more words


Upcoming flight of NASA's Orion spacecraft into space, proof that Moon landing never happened?

NASA’s newest spacecraft, Orion, will be launching into space for the first time in December 2014, on a flight that will take it farther than any spacecraft built to carry humans has gone in more than 40 years and through temperatures twice as hot as molten lava to put its critical systems to the test. 206 more words

Government / Politics

Van Allen and his Radiation Belt

That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind – Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the Moon (July 1969). 888 more words


Scientists solve a decades-old mystery in the Earth's upper atmosphere

From the University of California – Los Angeles

New research published in the journal Nature resolves decades of scientific controversy over the origin of the extremely energetic particles known as ultra-relativistic electrons in the Earth’s near-space environment and is likely to influence our understanding of planetary magnetospheres throughout the universe. 532 more words