NASA has released a number of stunning colour photographs of the planet Pluto. The pictures have been compiled from four images from the New Horizons’ Long Range Reconnaissance Imager mixed with color data from the Ralph instrument. The new pictures indicate that Pluto is covered by masses of flowing ice.
Earth and Space News July 22, 2015: Space weather – incoming solar filaments, sunspots, and coronal holes; Gamma ray burst; Polar Field Observations; NASA Hosts ‘Quest for Quakes’ Data Challenge; NASA’s New Horizons Team Finds Haze, Flowing Ice on Pluto; Global weather
Sexy is a state of mind. For many people, there’s a direct correlation between negative self image and their libido. It’s hard to feel sexy with a slew of negative thoughts swirling around in your head. We asked our Experts to weigh in with simple yet effective ways readers can feel sexier right now.
Living Big In A Tiny House host Bryce Langston and tiny home owner Brett Sutherland take us inside Brett’s amazing little 15 square metre (161 square feet) jewel, which Brett designed and built himself. Packed with unique, space saving design elements, Brett has created a fantastic space to both live and work.
This is a must-watch video with Matt Kahn. It will totally change your perspective on the adversities and obstacles you encounter along your path. According to Matt, if there are difficulties in your life that you cannot seem to shake, it’s because they are catalysts of your highest evolution here to assist you in your highest growth and transformation. You just need to recognize them as such and take inspired action.
Earth and Space News July 24, 2015: Space weather – new sunspots; First DSCOVR Telemetry; Vitamin B3 in Space; Global weather
NASA’s Kepler Mission is searching for life on other planets, and it recently discovered a promising lead that’s the most Earth-like yet (NASA: “similar to our own”). The new discovery, called Kepler-452b orbits around a sun-like star.
Nature Valley asked 3 generations the same question: What did you like to do for fun as a kid? The fondest memories for the two adult generations revolved around doing things outdoors. However, the answers by the youngsters were all indoor activities: video games, streaming films, texting, and computer related.
Singer-songwriter Pharrell Williams just released a soul-stirring and thought-provoking piece of musical activism called “Freedom!” The video expands on his lyrics (see below), with nods to slavery, the environment, science, plus political, gender, and sexual freedoms.
Emotions can cloud our rational decision-making. By adopting the perspective of an outside advisor, psychologist Dan Ariely says we can inject some rationality into our cognitive processes.
Earth and Space News July 23, 2015: Space weather- solar calm, magnetic storm; Earthquake watch; New Website Gathering Public Input on NASA Mars Images; Global weather
There is more going on in space than you can ever imagine. Out of sight, out of mind. That is how the greatest secrets in the history of humankind have remained hidden from the populace. For the first time ever, a 30-year insider has come forward to reveal over 70 years of humanity’s hidden history in space. Corey Goode joins David Wilcock in this inaugural presentation of Cosmic Disclosure to offer an overview of their upcoming interviews which detail the history and extent of humanity’s celestial presence.
Heart-wrenching and enlightening video with Alan Watts, Carl Sagan and Jacque Fresco on why we have poverty in the world and what we (collectively) can do about it.