Is death end of everything Woman says she felt love in purest

first_imgPixabayModern medical science considers death as the end of everything, but spiritualists think otherwise, and they believe that humans will start their eternal journey after taking their last breath. To substantiate these views, spiritualists often cite testimonials of near-death experience (NDE) victims. One such NDE testimonial from a UK woman named Rachel is now going viral on social media platforms.Rachel shared her mysterious experience in the NDERF (Near Death Experience Research Foundation) website. In the testimonial shared, Rachel revealed that her near-death experience happened during a blood transfusion following delivery. After falling into the clutches of death, the woman claimed that she hovered above her newborn baby.The NDE victim went on claiming that she went through an illuminated tunnel, and later, she saw even the minutest things she did in her lifetime.”I watched my own poor mistakes and learned from every re-living. I watched myself as a child, bitten by a guinea-pig and in shock, half launch it onto the sofa. How the way I mistreated others, deeply hurt and affected them and also how that pain, fear, and confusion would then impact the lives of others too. In the ‘time’ I spent in this re-living, I developed deep gratitude for many things. The experience of life for one. The people and the hearts that had touched my soul in beautiful ways and the fragility of being human. My new found wisdom seemed satisfactory and we were moving,” wrote Rachel on the NDERF website.Rachel revealed that she travelled towards a bright light that was actually drawing her towards it. As per Rachel, she felt incredibe peace during that journey, and she did not experience any kinds of fear or intimidation. The NDE victim also made it clear that the only thing she experienced was love in its purest form.”It was every incredible feeling that I will never be able to describe. It was immediate peace. Absolute, whole peace all throughout me. There was no pain, there was no fear, there was no shame. I felt completely accepted. Totally whole and loved. Loved beyond comprehension. Loved in my entirety. Loved with a Love I have not felt here. Loved with the purest love there can be,” added Rachel.Rachel’s testimonial has now emerged as the hottest debating point among medical experts and spiritualists. As per spiritualists, Rachel’s experience is authentic proof of life after death. These people believe that afterlife is a reality which modern science cannot explain. Citing religious books, they claim that the human mind will transform into souls after death, and from then, they will begin the real journey. However, medical experts have dismissed these claims, and they reveal that the human brain will face a shortage of oxygen during life-threatening events. To overcome this, the human brain will adopt a survival technique and this is the main cause of visual hallucinations during NDE.last_img read more

Go To Infinity and Beyond in SolarPowered Lightyear EV

first_imgStay on target Aston Martin Will Build You Your Very Own Supervillain LairSony Crammed a 9-Inch Touchscreen Into a Single-DIN Car Stereo It’s not easy being green. Just as Kermit—or most electric car owners.A reported three percent of the world’s population currently lives within 60 miles of a public charging spot, making EV use troublesome in most parts of the world.Dutch startup Lightyear, however, has a solution: a solar-powered sedan.Unveiled late last month, the vehicle, dubbed Lightyear One, features a range of nearly 500 miles—energized by the sun.Integrated solar cells in the roof generate enough power to operate the car all day; in sunny climates, Lightyear One can drive for months without being plugged in.via LightyearTotal mileage, of course, depends on the climate of your country. Lightyear provides the following estimates across European and US territories:Amsterdam: 6,214 milesParis: 6,835 milesChicago/New York: 8,699 milesHouston: 9,941 milesMadrid: 10,563 milesLos Angeles: 11,806 milesHonolulu: 12,427 milesAt night or on cloudy days, the vehicle travels on a fully loaded battery, and can be revitalized using a standard household power socket, EV charging point, or EV fast charger.“You can think of the Lightyear One … as an electric car redesigned from the ground up to combine the best of solar cars and electric cars,” company CEO Lex Hoefsloot said in a statement.“It’s a revolutionary step forward in electric mobility because we are able to combine a great look with extreme efficiency,” he boasted. “The first model makes science fiction become reality: cars powered using just the sun.”Users may also siphon some of that solar power into your house or favorite devices.via LightyearExpect the final design and additional details early next year, ahead of scheduled production in 2019; an initial 10 “signature edition” cars will roll out to the US and Europe, with another 100 set to follow in 2020.Starting at €119,000 ($136,000), the Lightyear One is available now to reserve—with a €19,000 ($22,000) refundable deposit.“The Lightyear One is a statement to show that electric cars are ready for every corner of the planet,” Hoefsloot said. “It is the first step in our mission to make electric cars available for everyone.”Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

Chemistry on Mars reveals cooling rate

first_img More information: David Baratoux et al., Thermal history of Mars inferred from orbital geochemistry of volcanic provinces, Nature (2011) doi:10.1038/nature09903 Citation: Chemistry on Mars reveals cooling rate (2011, April 7) retrieved 18 August 2019 from Mars breakthrough: Scientists uncover red planet’s hot and steamy secrets This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. By studying thorium, silicon and iron concentrations in the Martian soil (based on the Gamma Ray Spectrometer data collected from onboard the Odyssey) David Baratoux, Michael Toplis and their colleagues have been able to deduce that Mars has cooled by about 80°C (176°F) over the past two or three billion years, which some have noted is slower than that for Earth.The researchers focused on twelve different volcanic plains on the Martian surface, each of a different age. Thorium, a radioactive element was chosen as one of the study agents due to the fact that when it’s heated it doesn’t get locked in with other elements, which makes it a good source of information for mantle temperatures when it is transported to the surface via volcanic activity (plus the fact that it continually emits gamma rays). Studying silicon in the volcanic soil, on the other hand, helps to gauge melting depth; and iron can be used to help figure out how accurate the first two are.The researchers were able to come to these conclusions because it is already well understood that the composition of magma pushed to the surface through melting of mantle rocks (creating volcanoes) is controlled by depth, temperature and pressure exerted before being forced to the surface. With data from the GRS they were able to measure the composition percentages of the studied elements and the degree of variation between them, and also to calculate the degree of melting; to which they were able to apply mathematical modeling that gave them the pace of cooling.In addition to coming up with a reasonable estimate of planet cooling, the team also came up with evidence to suggest that Mar’s lithosphere is thickening. By studying changing temperature patterns on Mars, and other planets, researchers hope to gain new insights into how our own planet might behave as the future unfolds. © 2010 ( — French researchers from the University of Toulouse have published a paper in Nature, that describes how they used data from NASA’s Mars Odyssey (currently orbiting the planet) to ascertain the amount of cooling that Mars has undergone over billions of years. Their work is part of an ongoing international process to reconstruct the geologic history of the Red Planet. © 2011 David Baratoux Explore furtherlast_img read more

The Genius of Marie Curie was Formed at an Underground Illegal University

first_imgIn 1903, Marie Sklodowska Curie and her husband, Pierre, won the Nobel Prize in Physics for joint research on radiation. (Radiation had been identified as a phenomenon by Professor Henri Becquerel.) In 1911, Marie won, completely on her own merit, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry “in recognition of her services to the advancement of chemistry by the discovery of the elements radium and polonium, by the isolation of radium and the study of the nature and compounds of this remarkable element.”What is perhaps even more remarkable is that Marie Curie was not only the first woman awarded a Nobel Prize but also the first person to win the award twice, and she came from a country where women were not allowed to attend University.Marie CurieHigher education was not considered necessary for women in a large part of the world at the time, so the female Curies, Marie and her sister Bronya, had to overcome obstacles to continue their learning past their early teens.Marie was an excellent student, graduating from high school at the age of 15 at the top of her class. As the government had forbidden teaching several subjects, including laboratory classes, Marie’s father, a physics and mathematics teacher, brought home lab equipment and supplemented his daughters’ education.Marie and Pierre Curie experimenting with radium, a drawing by André CastaigneUnfortunately, her father could not afford to send her to University, and, even if he did, girls could not pursue higher education in Poland at the time. Marie’s sister Bronya faced the same circumstances.Marie agreed to work as a governess and tutor to support Bronya while she studied medicine in Paris. At the time, the line dividing Poland from Russia was blurred, so Marie continued to study chemistry, physics, and mathematics at an underground school known as the “Flying University”, where Poles went to learn subjects forbidden by the government, including Polish culture and nationalism.Marie Curie’s notebook. Photo by Wellcome Images CC BY-SA 4.0The Flying (also known as Floating) University also defied Russian laws by allowing female teachers and students. When Marie was able to join her sister in Paris, she studied at the Sorbonne and, again, she graduated at the top of her class. While working for her Ph.D., she studied the properties of uranium and its atomic structure and coined the term “radioactive”. She improved upon Wilhelm Röentgen’s discovery of X-rays and set up portable X-ray units for medic hospitals during the first world war.Related Video: The People who Live in Chernobyl’s Radioactive AreaIn 1906, Marie’s husband, a brilliant scientist and the Chair of Physics at the Sorbonne, was killed by a horse-drawn carriage in the street. Marie was offered his position, which she accepted, becoming the first woman professor at the Sorbonne.Pierre and Marie Curie in the laboratoryMarie was finally considered to be one of the top scientists in the world and hobnobbed with people like Albert Einstein, Hendrik Lorentz, and Max Planck. The Curies had two daughters, Irène and Ève.Irène and her husband Frédéric were the recipients of the 1935 Nobel Peace Prize in Chemistry for continuing Irène’s parents’ work in radioactivity. Ève became a concert pianist, a war correspondent, was active with UNICEF and became a published author who wrote of her parents and their work. The constant exposure to radiation took its toll on the health of the Curies. Marie died at the age of 66, in 1934, from aplastic anemia, a disease of the bone marrow most likely contracted during her work.Curie in a mobile X-ray vehicleHer daughter Irène and Irène’s husband, Frédéric, both died at the age of 58, she of leukemia in 1956 and he from complications of surgery for liver disease believed to be brought on by radiation exposure.Read another story from us: More than 80 years after she passed away, Marie Curie’s remains and personal items are still dangerously radioactiveÈve, who was not a scientist, lived to the age of 102, dying in 2007. Marie’s research notes and personal papers are still so radioactive they are stored in lead boxes that can only be opened by someone in a protective suit.last_img read more

Space Really Does Need Traffic Cops

first_imgRight now, most of what’s up there isn’t even functional—it’s more than 90 percent space junk. For that reason, the directive signed by Trump recommends “active removal,” in which debris is taken out rather than left to decay downward at its own pace. This is not a new idea, and Obama’s 2010 National Space Policy exhorted the US to dig into active removal, but little forward movement has happened there. Perhaps because it’s a fraught prospect. Any active remover—be it a harpoon, or a net, or a robotic arm—could peacefully deorbit a defunct American satellite, or it could mess with a foreign sat. That is, perhaps, why Trump’s policy says the US should develop standard protocols for “rendezvous and proximity operations.”Under the new directive, the Defense Department will continue to track and catalog space debris and functional satellites. It already keeps watch over more than 20,000 objects using the Space Surveillance Network, a system of optical and radar equipment spread around the globe. A new “Space Fence” will soon come online that can see smaller space bits.The DOD will now provide the “releasable” part of its (vast) catalog to the Department of Commerce. Which, in turn, will be expected to incorporate other orbital and safety data—from other agencies, from the private sector, from other countries—and take the lead in creating an open orbital-data repository. With its multitude of information, the Commerce Department will now be responsible for telling satellite operators when they’re in trouble and what to do about it.Obviously, the directive gives some guidance about how to deal with the traffic jams already happening. Which is good. But better is that it also aims to function like that highway patrol cop parked on the side of the interstate—preemptively slowing down troublemakers barreling down the turnpike. Right now, US policies dictate that once satellites’ missions are over, they should deorbit no more than 25 years later. No good, says the new policy. NASA, says the directive, “shall lead efforts to update the US Orbital Debris Mitigation Standard Practices and establish new guidelines for satellite design and operation.” And prelaunch certification for satellite-launching companies could involve new strictures. More Great WIRED StoriesFinally, a real-world grading system for autopilot techPotential pitfalls of sucking carbon from the atmosphereStar Wars and the battle of ever-more-toxic fan cultureMeet Germán Garmendia, the aggressively normal YouTube superstar who wants it allDoes it matter if China beats the US to build a 5G network?Looking for more? Sign up for our daily newsletter and never miss our latest and greatest stories Sending up your own giant constellation of thousands of satellites? Great job, now make sure they don’t crash into each other. Oh, you want us to track them for you? Develop some beacons to help us out. And for the love of God, encrypt your command and control communications until your satellite’s life is over, at which point it had better spiral to a fiery death. The details of all that are still to come, and while the directive—by its nature and by its content—calls for standards and protocols and regulation, Trump had a request about rules: “Don’t let it get too out of control, please.”But the ever-increasing number of private space companies means now’s a good time for the Air Force to back out of the public space-traffic management game. Because while there are already many objects in orbit—from operational satellites to screws to spent rocket stages—there are about to be a whole lot more. Satellite companies like SpaceX, OneWeb, and Planet either already have huge fleets or plan to. “If all of these plans materialize,” scientists from federally funded research and development center the Aerospace Corporation warned in a policy paper, “the population of operational satellites in [low Earth orbit] would jump by over a factor of ten—from ~1,000 today to over 16,000 within the next 10 to 20 years.” And the number of watch out messages would also grow, the paper continues, by a factor of 10 in some space regions. In the early Space Age, the people who sent up satellites could operate under what’s known as “big sky” theory. Space is so vast, so spacious, that we could never possibly use it all up. History, however, has repeatedly shown that whenever we think something is too abundant for humans to deplete, we’re wrong. And so it is in space, where more and more satellites and space junk threaten to crash into each other and crowd out the future. In 2016, the Air Force’s 18th Space Control Squadron had to tell satellite operators to watch out for each other 3,995,874 times.The burden of sending all those safety messages has rested squarely on the Defense Department’s shoulders. But on Monday, President Donald Trump signed Space Policy Directive-3, which shifts some of that space traffic responsibility to a new owner: the Department of Commerce.Commerce? Indeed. “I am instructing my administration to embrace the budding commercial space industry,” Trump said in a meeting with the National Space Council, where he signed the directive. It’s long and covers a range of topics, but its most notable decrees deal with the responsibility for space safety.Part of that involves leaving some commercial space concerns to the Department of Commerce. See, technically, the military is supposed to be taking care of military problems. But as the number of satellites grows, so does the amount of time the DOD has to spend telling DirecTV to duck. “The growing demands and complexity of the safety of spaceflight missions are increasingly competing for resources with the national security mission of the US military,” wrote Brian Weeden of the Secure World Foundation, a space sustainability think tank, in SpaceNews. While the DOD will continue to maintain the authoritative catalog of objects in space, the responsibility for safety, warnings, and public dissemination of data will fall mainly to the Department of Commerce—which now has to deal with decades’ worth of orbital objects, on top of all the new ones approaching the launch pad.last_img read more

The most outrageous US city names include Dull and Toad Suck

first_img Wednesday, February 20, 2019 Tags: Funny, Names The most outrageous U.S. city names include ‘Dull’ and ‘Toad Suck’ TORONTO — It’s never nice to make fun of people, but what about towns and cities? Are they fair game to poke fun at?Estately, a real estate website, has compiled a list of the ‘Most Oddly-Named Towns in Each U.S. State’, and honestly, we can’t help but giggle over a few of them!The inspiration behind the list, said Estately, was to pay homage to America’s most unusually named cities, towns and unicorporated communities. It studied dozens of maps to find such classic gems as ‘Satan’s Kingdom’ and ‘Toad Suck’.Some names are super unfortunate (‘Dull’ and ‘Big Sag’ don’t really paint a pretty picture), while others are just downright fun (we’re already planning a trip to ‘Ding Dong’). There’s even a ‘Little Canada’ on the list, which we’re assuming is a tribute to this great country of ours!Here’s the full list below – try to contain your LOLs!Alabama: Scratch AnkleAlaska: ChickenArkansas: Toad SuckMore news:  Save the dates! Goway’s Africa Roadshow is backCalifornia: Mormon BarColorado: ParachuteConnecticut: MoosupDelaware: Flea HillFlorida: SpudsGeorgia: FlippenHawaii: VolcanoIdaho: Beer Bottle CrossingIllinois: Chicken BristleIndiana: Santa ClausIowa: What CheerKansas: SkiddyKentucky: PigLouisiana: Water ProofMaine: Bald HeadMaryland: AccidentMassachusetts: Satan’s KingdomMichigan: Free SoilMinnesota: Little CanadaMississippi: PossumneckMissouri: FrankensteinMontana: Big SagNebraska: WormsNevada: JackpotNew Hampshire: DummerNew Jersey: Foul RiftNew Mexico: Pie TownNew York: Handsome EddyNorth Carolina: Why NotNorth Dakota: ZapOhio: DullOklahoma: OkayOregon: BoringPennsylvania: CouponRhode Island: WoonsocketSouth Carolina: CowardSouth Dakota: Plenty BearsTennessee: SmarttTexas: Ding DongUtah: NibleyVermont: MosquitovilleVirginia: FriesWashington: Big BottomWest Virginia: Booger HoleWisconsin: ChiliWyoming: Chugwater Sharecenter_img Posted by Travelweek Group << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

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