Monday, September 26, 2016

After a Massive Research Campaign I Finally Found a Superb Mars Anomaly

Mars anomalies and bones skeletons
This is clearly an animal skeleton
So i was looking for what seemed like days and days but finally found something to show you guys, i put all the leg work in and you see the results, if you like it that's another story lol. I hope you like this one, it is of a skeleton on Mars that has turned to stone or petrified as it is called. This thing looks positively Alien and hundreds of thousands of years old. It must be in the range of that easy?

This thing is like the other skeletons ive found in other Mars images. Why does NASA continue to play this down as if its not even there? They act like a really ignorant neighbour that always lets his dog do its business without cleaning up after the mutt.

NASA gets me down because people look to them as a guide, a beacon of hope in a otherwise dull world. Like they have all the answers and whatever they say is law! Well i put it to them jokers that they are all liars, in league with the paymasters and not there for the public but there for individual needs like PAYING universities with a one track mind and politicians with ulterior motives etc.

I do believe they have lost their way and that they need to go back and listen to that famous JFK speech and realise why they do what they do! Not to constantly put down obvious truths and blame UFO sightings on fucking swamp gas.
That's it am done with this post, they get me so mad. I mean just look at the picture? It says it all?

Adidas Reveals Its First Robot Manufactured Shoes

Adidas has unveiled the Futurecraft M.F.G., a shoe assembled by robots in its Speedfactory facility in Germany. We can expect to see more robot made shoes when the factory goes commercial in 2017.
Adidas robot made shoes
Adidas robot made shoes

Companies are increasingly turning to robots to create their products. Robots will take five million jobs in the U.S. alone by 2020, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. And the International Labor Organization reports that 137 million Asian workers could lose their jobs to robots in the next 20 years. Shoemaker Adidas is betting big on the robotic revolution.

They’ve been operating a factory in Germany almost exclusively staffed by robots — and we are now seeing its first shoes. Meet the Futurecraft M.F.G (made for Germany), a running shoe that sports Adidas’ trademark Primeknit upper and 3D printed Boost midsole.

Adidas has also automated shoe design through ARAMIS motion capture technology. This determines the strain and tension in an individual’s skin or bone to create a better shoe. Ben Heath, Adidas’ vice president of design, said the M.F.G. is an example of using robots to make better fitting shoes for athletes.

“The [Speedfactory] facility allows us to use data and analytics to shape the future of performance product — we can create a shoe using real-life insight, which can then provide real benefits to the athlete,” Heath said in a press release.

The company is trying to shake up the industry with its Futurecraft line, but is only be offering 500 pairs, for now. We can expect to see more shoes coming out of the Speedfactory when it goes commercial in 2017.

Our Quest To Find Life Beyond Earth: The World’s Largest & Strongest Radio Telescope Just Went Online

Radio Telescope built in China
The world's largest and strongest Radio Telescope

After five years of construction, China's 500 meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) is now officially operational. It now holds the record as the world's largest telescope and covers a wider span of space.

More like big ear?
The world’s largest single-dish radio telescope started operations over the weekend, after completing its five-year long construction period. Installation of its 4,450 panels was finished in July, right on time for their September 30 completion goal. 

Perfectly cupped by a natural basin on the side of a mountain in the south-western province of Guizhou, China, the 500 meter (547 yard) Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) requires a five kilometre (three mile) radius of radio silence.

To accomplish this 8,000 people from eight neighbouring villages had to be relocated. In its quest to gain international scientific prestige, the Chinese government spent around $269 million in poverty relief funds and bank loans for the relocation of nearby residents on top of the $180-million building cost of the telescope itself.

The 500 meter wide radio telescope topples previous record-holder Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico not just in size, the structure is about twice as sensitive and between five and ten times as fast in surveying. The telescope has received the nickname of Tianyan, or the Eye of Heaven.

According to the telescope’s website, “FAST will also cover two to three times more sky area thanks to its innovative design of an active primary surface. A science instrument with an order of magnitude improvement in any of its capacities which is also able to explore new dimensions in parameter space is likely to generate unexpected discoveries.”

FAST aims to find out more on the greatest mysteries of our universe such as dark matter and dark energy, and would also seek out gravitational waves and radio emissions from stars and galaxies, and possible signs of intelligent extraterrestrial life.

“In theory, if there is civilization in outer space, the radio signal it sends will be similar to the signal we can receive when a pulsar (spinning neutron star) is approaching us,” Qian Lei, an associate researcher with the National Astronomical Observatories of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, told online news channel CCTV.