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MessageSujet: The Antarctic Underground, Y'becca et Life on Earth   Mer 8 Nov à 3:29

LE PRIMORDIAL OU LE SOUPIR.
DÉDIÉ AUX MIRAGES DE L'INFINI...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWZPJTNPXQU
L'INSTANT D'UN REEL QUI EST DE CROIRE EN UNE ANOMALIE DU SOI.
CELUI D'UNE SURVIE DANS LE SERVIABLE. DANS LE SOI, SE RESSOUDRE
ET SE MELER DANS L'ADVERSITÉ DES MOUVEMENTS CAR AYANT SENS
DE L'ABSORTION DU MOMENT PAR LE CHANT ET L'ÉCRITURE. YAHVÉ.
CELUI DE DIRE QUE LA MASSE N'EST PAS UNE ADVERSITÉ MAIS
UN ENVIRONNEMENT AUQUEL NOUS DEVONS RÉTABLIR SON ÉQUILIBRE:
L'HARMONIE. UN RÊVE MAIS UN JOLI RÊVE POUR TOUTES ET TOUS
DANS LE "ON THE ROAD ET LA CHARITÉ DU VÉRITABLE": LE CŒUR
AYANT SENS DE SON ESPRIT...
LE PARFAIT FINALEMENT, N'EST PAS UNE DICTATURE CAR CELA
IMPLIQUE LE FAIT QUE L'AMOUR EST SURPASSÉ LA JALOUSIE
ET QUE LE JEUN NE SOIS PLUS UNE VISION: UN NOUVEAU REGARD
PORTANT L’ESPÉRANCE TRIOMPHANTE SUR LA FAIM ET PORTANT
UN REGARD NOUVEAU SUR L'EXISTENCE:
LE SACRIFICE D'UNE VIE N'ABORDE QUE LE BLASPHÈME CAR LORSQUE
QUELQU'UN SOUFFRE D'UNE MALADIE, ON RESSENS DE LA DOULEUR.
ON PENSE AU MOMENT AVEC ELLE OU LUI APRÈS LA MORT;
CELA EST LE SENTIMENT: ON FAIT VIVRE LE SENTIMENT DE LA MORT
MAIS LE RÉEL DU SENTIMENT EST D’ÊTRE PRÉSENT DANS LA VIE
TOUT COMME DANS LA MORT.
SI TU ES VIVANT OU SI TU ES MORT, NE SE POSE PLUS DANS
L'EXISTENCE... C'EST LA VIOLA, LA PENSÉE ET LE TEMPS...
C'EST LA FRANCHISE D'UNE HARMONIE...
LE REGARD DANS LE MIROIR QUE AVEC OU SANS REFLET,
NE PEUT DÉVOILER CE QUI RÉSONNE AU FONDS DE VOTRE ÂME:
VOTRE CROIRE DU "AU DELÀ DU BIEN ET DU MAL".
CE SECRET QUE JE PRÉNOMME YAHVÉ CAR NOUS SOMMES
REFLETS ET SOUPIRS DE CES SENTIMENTS ET MOUVEMENTS:
LE PRIMORDIAL OU LE SOUPIR AUX MIRAGES DE L'INFINI...

MORALE DE L'INSTANT
DANS CE TEXTE, JE MONTRE QUE LA NATURE DU MYSTÈRE SE RÉVÈLE
DU SOI AU SOI; IL Y A DES SIGNES QUE DEMEURENT DANS LA NATURE PROPRE DE L’ÊTRE. LA NATURE DE L’ÊTRE N'EST PAS DANS L'INNOCENCE
CAR DANS CETTE CONDITION DE SURVIE; NOUS SOMMES SOUMIS AUX DÉCISIONS QUI METTENT NOTRE VIE PERSONNEL AUX PLUS GRANDE DES ÉPREUVES CAR CERTAINS NE VIVENT QUE POUR SOI EN DES TERMES DE SOI OU DE MEUTES. LA MORALES EST QUE LA PRUDENCE ET LA TEMPÉRANCE NOUS PERMETTENT D'AVOIR UN PIED DANS L’ÉTRIER DONC VOTRE ÉQUILIBRE DOIT ÊTRE ATTENTIF AUX SITUATIONS ET AUX POSITIONS AUQUEL LE DEUXIÈME PIED VOUS METS DANS LE CONTEXTE ENVIRONNEMENTAL ET PHYSICO-MORALE.

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CITOYEN TIGNARD YANIS
ALIAS
TAY LA CHOUETTE EFFRAIE

News | November 7, 2017
Hot News from the Antarctic Underground

Study Bolsters Theory of Heat Source Under West Antarctica

A new NASA study adds evidence that a geothermal heat source called a mantle plume lies deep below Antarctica's Marie Byrd Land, explaining some of the melting that creates lakes and rivers under the ice sheet. Although the heat source isn't a new or increasing threat to the West Antarctic ice sheet, it may help explain why the ice sheet collapsed rapidly in an earlier era of rapid climate change, and why it is so unstable today.

The stability of an ice sheet is closely related to how much water lubricates it from below, allowing glaciers to slide more easily. Understanding the sources and future of the meltwater under West Antarctica is important for estimating the rate at which ice may be lost to the ocean in the future.

Antarctica's bedrock is laced with rivers and lakes, the largest of which is the size of Lake Erie. Many lakes fill and drain rapidly, forcing the ice surface thousands of feet above them to rise and fall by as much as 20 feet (6 meters). The motion allows scientists to estimate where and how much water must exist at the base.

Some 30 years ago, a scientist at the University of Colorado Denver suggested that heat from a mantle plume under Marie Byrd Land might explain regional volcanic activity and a topographic dome feature. Very recent seismic imaging has supported this concept. When Hélène Seroussi of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, first heard the idea, however, "I thought it was crazy," she said. "I didn't see how we could have that amount of heat and still have ice on top of it."

With few direct measurements existing from under the ice, Seroussi and Erik Ivins of JPL concluded the best way to study the mantle plume idea was by numerical modeling. They used the Ice Sheet System Model (ISSM), a numerical depiction of the physics of ice sheets developed by scientists at JPL and the University of California, Irvine. Seroussi enhanced the ISSM to capture natural sources of heating and heat transport from freezing, melting and liquid water; friction; and other processes.

To assure the model was realistic, the scientists drew on observations of changes in the altitude of the ice sheet surface made by NASA's IceSat satellite and airborne Operation IceBridge campaign. "These place a powerful constraint on allowable melt rates -- the very thing we wanted to predict," Ivins said. Since the location and size of the possible mantle plume were unknown, they tested a full range of what was physically possible for multiple parameters, producing dozens of different simulations.

They found that the flux of energy from the mantle plume must be no more than 150 milliwatts per square meter. For comparison, in U.S. regions with no volcanic activity, the heat flux from Earth's mantle is 40 to 60 milliwatts. Under Yellowstone National Park -- a well-known geothermal hot spot -- the heat from below is about 200 milliwatts per square meter averaged over the entire park, though individual geothermal features such as geysers are much hotter.

Seroussi and Ivins' simulations using a heat flow higher than 150 milliwatts per square meter showed too much melting to be compatible with the space-based data, except in one location: an area inland of the Ross Sea known for intense flows of water. This region required a heat flow of at least 150-180 milliwatts per square meter to agree with the observations. However, seismic imaging has shown that mantle heat in this region may reach the ice sheet through a rift, that is, a fracture in Earth's crust such as appears in Africa's Great Rift Valley.

Mantle plumes are thought to be narrow streams of hot rock rising through Earth's mantle and spreading out like a mushroom cap under the crust. The buoyancy of the material, some of it molten, causes the crust to bulge upward. The theory of mantle plumes was proposed in the 1970s to explain geothermal activity that occurs far from the boundary of a tectonic plate, such as Hawaii and Yellowstone.

The Marie Byrd Land mantle plume formed 50 to 110 million years ago, long before the West Antarctic ice sheet came into existence. At the end of the last ice age around 11,000 years ago, the ice sheet went through a period of rapid, sustained ice loss when changes in global weather patterns and rising sea levels pushed warm water closer to the ice sheet -- just as is happening today. Seroussi and Ivins suggest the mantle plume could facilitate this kind of rapid loss.

Their paper, "Influence of a West Antarctic mantle plume on ice sheet basal conditions," was published in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth.

News Media Contact
Alan Buis
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California
818-354-0474
Alan.Buis@jpl.nasa.gov

Written by Carol Rasmussen
NASA's Earth Science News Team

2017-291

https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=6996&utm_source=iContact&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NASAJPL&utm_content=earth20171107

and

7 November 2017

Life on Earth has a myriad of problems, but gravity isn’t one of them – staying grounded means organisms can soak up the light and heat that enables growth.

It’s no wonder that the free-floating environment of space stresses organisms, which survive only if they can adapt. Like humans, plants have proven their robustness in space. Now, thanks to the International Space Station, we know more on how they cope with weightlessness.

To understand how light and gravity affect plant growth, researchers from the US and Europe have grown more than 1700 thale cress seedlings in Europe’s Columbus module.

Germinated in prepacked cassettes monitored by ground control, the seedlings were harvested after six days, frozen or preserved and returned to Earth for inspection.

Researchers are now working with realtime images of the seeds as they grew and genetic and molecular analyses of the returned seedlings.

Seedlings growing in space
Access the video

What were they hoping to find?

On Earth, roots grow down into the soil, reaching for water and minerals. Weightless disrupts this natural route, altering cell growth unless the plant can overcome it.  

The results so far are pointing to some interesting conclusions. Obviously, seedlings in microgravity grew random roots but they still managed to grow. Plant genes known to overcome environmental stresses on Earth – heat, frost, salinity – kick into gear. Red light seems to help reregulate cell growth interrupted by weightlessness.

The most recent lettuce harvest on the Space Station shows plants can already mature in space. So why study the seedlings?

In this case, knowledge of how plants overcome gravitational stress to mature into harvestable crops is growing power.

The new results suggest gravity may not be the biggest obstacle to growing plants in space, which is good news for future Moon and Mars colonies.  We won’t make it far into space if we can’t grow our own food along the way.
Space lettuce for dinner on the ISS

Back on Earth, global climate change is affecting agriculture, and understanding how plants respond to stress and adapt at genetic and molecular levels means we can help to increase agricultural efficiency in general.

It may be a while before space farm to space table becomes the next big thing, but the latest experiments have taken us one step closer.

http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Human_Spaceflight/Research/Stressed_seedlings_in_space

Islands (King Crimson song).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBgVTSGNE3I

"Islands" is the title track of the album of the same name by the progressive rock band, King Crimson, released in 1971. It is the album's closing track.

The song's pastoral, mellow, and quiet feeling (the lyrics talk of a peaceful island) distinguish it from the album's first four tracks.

The fifth track on the album, "Prelude: Song of the Gulls" is a prelude for "Islands". There is also a reference to the track on the lyrics: gaunt granite climbs where gulls wheel and glide.

On the original vinyl of the album, as the song ends, it included a hidden track which in it the band is talking and doing rehearsal of the song. It ends when Robert Fripp counts.

On the 1999 CD versions, the hidden track was removed and ended on the ninth minute. In the 2010 remastered version of the album, the track was edited by and colleague Steven Wilson, the hidden track was returned but Fripp and Wilson added it the continue of the rehearsal, that in it there is a brass section of the song.

The song, along with others on the album, was performed live on the supporting tour to promote the album. The band stopped performing it after all band members left and Fripp hired new instrumentalists.

"Islands" was revived on the band's 2017 North American summer tour with the current Radical Action lineup of Fripp, bassist Tony Levin, guitarist and vocalist Jakko Jakszyk, keyboardist Bill Rieflin, woodwind player Mel Collins, and drummers Pat Mastelotto, Gavin Harrison, and Jeremy Stacey.
Personnel

   Robert Fripp – guitar, mellotron, harmonium
   Boz Burrell – vocals, bass
   Ian Wallace – drums, percussion
   Mel Collins – bass flute
   Peter Sinfield – lyrics

with:

   Keith Tippett – piano
   Mark Charig – cornet
   Harry Miller – double bass
   Robin Miller – oboe
   Uncredited musicians – strings (hidden track)

King Crimson - Sailors Tale.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWZPJTNPXQU

LE PRIMORDIAL OU LE SOUPIR.
DÉDIÉ AUX MIRAGES DE L'INFINI...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWZPJTNPXQU
L'INSTANT D'UN REEL QUI EST DE CROIRE EN UNE ANOMALIE DU SOI.
CELUI D'UNE SURVIE DANS LE SERVIABLE. DANS LE SOI, SE RESSOUDRE
ET SE MELER DANS L'ADVERSITÉ DES MOUVEMENTS CAR AYANT SENS
DE L'ABSORTION DU MOMENT PAR LE CHANT ET L'ÉCRITURE. YAHVÉ.
CELUI DE DIRE QUE LA MASSE N'EST PAS UNE ADVERSITÉ MAIS
UN ENVIRONNEMENT AUQUEL NOUS DEVONS RÉTABLIR SON ÉQUILIBRE:
L'HARMONIE. UN RÊVE MAIS UN JOLI RÊVE POUR TOUTES ET TOUS
DANS LE "ON THE ROAD ET LA CHARITÉ DU VÉRITABLE": LE CŒUR
AYANT SENS DE SON ESPRIT...
LE PARFAIT FINALEMENT, N'EST PAS UNE DICTATURE CAR CELA
IMPLIQUE LE FAIT QUE L'AMOUR EST SURPASSÉ LA JALOUSIE
ET QUE LE JEUN NE SOIS PLUS UNE VISION: UN NOUVEAU REGARD
PORTANT L’ESPÉRANCE TRIOMPHANTE SUR LA FAIM ET PORTANT
UN REGARD NOUVEAU SUR L'EXISTENCE:
LE SACRIFICE D'UNE VIE N'ABORDE QUE LE BLASPHÈME CAR LORSQUE
QUELQU'UN SOUFFRE D'UNE MALADIE, ON RESSENS DE LA DOULEUR.
ON PENSE AU MOMENT AVEC ELLE OU LUI APRÈS LA MORT;
CELA EST LE SENTIMENT: ON FAIT VIVRE LE SENTIMENT DE LA MORT
MAIS LE RÉEL DU SENTIMENT EST D’ÊTRE PRÉSENT DANS LA VIE
TOUT COMME DANS LA MORT.
SI TU ES VIVANT OU SI TU ES MORT, NE SE POSE PLUS DANS
L'EXISTENCE... C'EST LA VIOLA, LA PENSÉE ET LE TEMPS...
C'EST LA FRANCHISE D'UNE HARMONIE...
LE REGARD DANS LE MIROIR QUE AVEC OU SANS REFLET,
NE PEUT DÉVOILER CE QUI RÉSONNE AU FONDS DE VOTRE ÂME:
VOTRE CROIRE DU "AU DELÀ DU BIEN ET DU MAL".
CE SECRET QUE JE PRÉNOMME YAHVÉ CAR NOUS SOMMES
REFLETS ET SOUPIRS DE CES SENTIMENTS ET MOUVEMENTS:
LE PRIMORDIAL OU LE SOUPIR AUX MIRAGES DE L'INFINI...

MORALE DE L'INSTANT
DANS CE TEXTE, JE MONTRE QUE LA NATURE DU MYSTÈRE SE RÉVÈLE
DU SOI AU SOI; IL Y A DES SIGNES QUE DEMEURENT DANS LA NATURE PROPRE DE L’ÊTRE. LA NATURE DE L’ÊTRE N'EST PAS DANS L'INNOCENCE
CAR DANS CETTE CONDITION DE SURVIE; NOUS SOMMES SOUMIS AUX DÉCISIONS QUI METTENT NOTRE VIE PERSONNEL AUX PLUS GRANDE DES ÉPREUVES CAR CERTAINS NE VIVENT QUE POUR SOI EN DES TERMES DE SOI OU DE MEUTES. LA MORALES EST QUE LA PRUDENCE ET LA TEMPÉRANCE NOUS PERMETTENT D'AVOIR UN PIED DANS L’ÉTRIER DONC VOTRE ÉQUILIBRE DOIT ÊTRE ATTENTIF AUX SITUATIONS ET AUX POSITIONS AUQUEL LE DEUXIÈME PIED VOUS METS DANS LE CONTEXTE ENVIRONNEMENTAL ET PHYSICO-MORALE.

ECRIT DU
CITOYEN TIGNARD YANIS
ALIAS
TAY LA CHOUETTE EFFRAIE
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