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  1. This coming winter solstice on Dec 21st, 2012 towards the Spring Equinox in March of 2013 is the expected time of the Great Shift. The Great Shift is a shift in awareness and also this awareness is measured in space or frequencies.
    01-07-2013 by scomores and 24 others
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  2. This coming winter solstice on Dec 21st, 2012 towards the Spring Equinox in March of 2013 is the forecasted moment of the Great Shift. The Great Shift is a change in consciousness and this awareness is measured in dimensions or frequencies.
    03-04-2013 by rherigges and 24 others
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  3. The space probe Voyager 1 was sent on November 5, 1977 and has now moved away from earth for more than 35 years. Today, the Voyager is at least 11 billion miles away from us and has exited the heliosphere. The Voyager is by a significant margin the man-ma
    21-03-2013 by cruisertys
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  4. Studying the flow of solar wind around Saturn's magnetic field enables scientists working with NASA's Cassini spacecraft to study the nature of far-off supernova explosions.
    06-03-2013 by jabuford
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  5. 36720 By MedPage Today Staff Published: January 04, 2013 Space Rays Zap Brain It may sound like something out of a science fiction plot from the '50s, but a type of radiation likely to be encountered by astronauts might accelerate Alzheimer's disease, res
    09-01-2013 by neliasen
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  6. Imagine the Galaxy spinning around the Universe as a cosmic clock which includes numerous interconnected cycles of the time. There can be twelve main series split up into 12 minor cycles.
    22-12-2012 by einorner and 24 others
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  7. Observations from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope reveal several galaxies containing feeding black holes, called quasars, which are distorting the appearance of galaxies behind them.
    07-06-2012 by dodahlberg
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  8. A research paper that claims to fill in a gap in Isaac Newton's formulas for the physics of falling objects has drawn worldwide attention to a 16-year-old student in Germany, but physicists are reserving judgment until they've seen the proof. The focus of
    30-05-2012 by sampruseme and 4 others
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  9. A research paper that claims to fill in a gap in Isaac Newton's formulas for the physics of falling objects has drawn worldwide attention to a 16-year-old student in Germany, but physicists are reserving judgment until they've seen the proof. The focus of
    29-05-2012 by vpelosipls and 4 others
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  10. A research paper that claims to fill in a gap in Isaac Newton's formulas for the physics of falling objects has drawn worldwide attention to a 16-year-old student in Germany, but physicists are reserving judgment until they've seen the proof. The focus of
    29-05-2012 by andrruncod and 4 others
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