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 Eruption, Black Hole eats star : تسلیت به عدالت و انسانیت.

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MessageSujet: Eruption, Black Hole eats star : تسلیت به عدالت و انسانیت.   Lun 18 Juin à 4:40

سرائیل به فارسی Compte certifié @IsraelPersian
تسلیت به عدالت و انسانیت.
Condoléances à la justice et l’humanité.
Y'BECCA.
TAY

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TIGNARD YANIS @TIGNARDYANIS 14 h il y a 14 heures
LE SENS DE L'ORIENTATION EST À L'ORIGINE DE LA VIE.
L'ÉCRIVAIN A CETTE NOTION D'ÊTRE DE L'ÉCRITURE DANS L'ESPRIT
DE FAMILLE DANS L'ÉVOLUTION : AINSI, LA CONSCIENCE,
DANS LA CIRCONSTANCE, EST LE CARACTÈRE DE L'EXISTENCE.
TAY

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Star: 0
Black hole: 1
Scientists imaged the cosmic duel with radio and infrared telescopes:
https://go.nasa.gov/2tgzkjo

For the first time, astronomers have directly imaged the formation and expansion
of a fast-moving jet of material ejected when the powerful gravity
of a supermassive black hole ripped apart a star that wandered too close to the massive monster.

The scientists tracked the event with radio and infrared telescopes, including
the National Science Foundation's Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) and
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, in a pair of colliding galaxies called Arp 299.
The galaxies are nearly 150 million light-years from Earth. At the core of one of the galaxies,
a black hole 20 million times more massive than the Sun shredded a star more than twice
the Sun's mass, setting off a chain of events
that revealed important details of the violent encounter. The researchers
also used observations of Arp 299 made by NASA's Hubble space telescope
prior to and after the appearance of the eruption.

Only a small number of such stellar deaths, called tidal disruption events, or TDEs,
have been detected. Theorists have suggested that material pulled from the doomed
star forms a rotating disk around the black hole, emitting intense X-rays and visible light,
and also launches jets of material outward from the poles of the disk at nearly the speed of light.

"Never before have we been able to directly observe the formation and evolution
of a jet from one of these events," said Miguel Perez-Torres, of the Astrophysical
Institute of Andalucia in Granada, Spain, and an author on a paper describing the finding.

Discovery of a jet

The first indication came on January 30, 2005, when astronomers using the William
Herschel Telescope in the Canary Islands discovered a bright burst of infrared emission
coming from the nucleus of one of the colliding galaxies in Arp 299. On July 17, 2005,
the VLBA revealed a new, distinct source of radio emission from the same location.

"As time passed, the new object stayed bright at infrared and radio wavelengths,
but not in visible light and X-rays," said Seppo Mattila, of the University of Turku
in Finland, another author on the new paper. "The most likely explanation is
that thick interstellar gas and dust near the galaxy's center absorbed the X-rays
and visible light, then re-radiated it as infrared." The researchers used
the Nordic Optical Telescope on the Canary Islands and NASA's Spitzer to follow
the object's infrared emission.

Continued observations with the VLBA, the European VLBI Network (EVN),
and other radio telescopes, carried out over nearly a decade, showed
the source of radio emission expanding in one direction, just as expected
for a jet. The measured expansion indicated that the material in the jet moved
at an average of one-fourth the speed of light. The radio waves are not absorbed
by the dust, but pass through it.

These observations used multiple radio-telescope antennas, separated by thousands
of miles, to gain the resolving power, or ability to see fine detail, required to detect
the expansion of an object so distant.

Monster appetite

Most galaxies have supermassive black holes, containing millions to billions
of times the mass of the Sun, at their cores. In a black hole, the mass is
so concentrated that its gravitational pull is so strong that not even light can escape.
When those supermassive black holes are actively drawing in material from their surroundings,
that material forms a rotating disk around the black hole, and super-fast jets of particles
are launched outward. This is the phenomenon seen in radio galaxies and quasars.

"Much of the time, however, supermassive black holes are not actively devouring anything,
so they are in a quiet state," Perez-Torres explained. "Tidal disruption events can provide
us with a unique opportunity to advance our understanding of the formation and evolution
of jets in the vicinities of these powerful objects."

"Because of the dust that absorbed any visible light, this particular tidal disruption event may be
just the tip of the iceberg of what until now has been a hidden population," Mattila said.
"By looking for these events with infrared and radio telescopes, we may be able to discover many more,
and learn from them."

Such events may have been more common in the distant universe, so studying them may
help scientists understand the environment in which galaxies developed billions of years ago.

The discovery, the scientists said, came as a surprise. The initial infrared burst was discovered
as part of a project that sought to detect supernova explosions in such colliding pairs of galaxies.
Arp 299 has seen numerous stellar explosions, and has been dubbed a "supernova factory."
This new object originally was considered to be a supernova explosion. Only in 2011, six years
after discovery, the radio-emitting portion began to show an elongation. Subsequent monitoring showed
the expansion growing, confirming that what the scientists are seeing is a jet, not a supernova.

Mattila and Perez-Torres led a team of 36 scientists from 26 institutions around the world
in the observations of Arp 299. They published their findings in the June 14 issue
of the journal Science.

The Long Baseline Observatory is a facility of the National Science Foundation,
operated under cooperative agreement by Associated Universities, Inc. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
Pasadena, California, manages the Spitzer Space Telescope mission for NASA's Science Mission Directorate,
Washington. Science operations are conducted at the Spitzer Science Center at Caltech in Pasadena.
Spacecraft operations are based at Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, Littleton,
Colorado. Data are archived at the Infrared Science Archive housed at IPAC at Caltech.
Caltech manages JPL for NASA.

The Hubble Space Telescope is a project of international cooperation between NASA
and ESA (European Space Agency). NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt,
Maryland, manages the telescope. The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)
in Baltimore conducts Hubble science operations. STScI is operated for NASA
by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Inc., in Washington.

For more information about NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, visit:

https://www.nasa.gov/hubble

For more information about NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, visit:

https://www.nasa.gov/spitzer


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Calla Cofield
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif.
818-393-1821
calla.e.cofield@jpl.nasa.gov

Dave Finley
Public Information Officer, NRAO
575-835-7302
dfinley@nrao.edu

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جلالة الملك عبدالله الثاني وسمو الأمير الحسين بن عبدالله الثاني، ولي العهد، يشاركان المصلين أداء صلاة عيد الفطر المبارك في العقبة #الأردن

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MessageSujet: Re: Eruption, Black Hole eats star : تسلیت به عدالت و انسانیت.   Lun 18 Juin à 10:17

Benoît Mandelbrot, L'art hermétique à découvert y la chimie.
http://la-5ieme-republique.actifforum.com/t552-benoit-mandelbrot-l-art-hermetique-a-decouvert-y-la-chimie#7033
Où est la forme de la montagne ou du nuage que voici ? La simplicité de ces questions est trompeuse. Que peut-on dire pour caractériser les formes créées par le chaos ?
Le clans des mouettes.
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MessageSujet: Re: Eruption, Black Hole eats star : تسلیت به عدالت و انسانیت.   Mer 20 Juin à 3:13

Navigating Space by the Stars...

A sextant is a tool for measuring the angular altitude of a star above the horizon and has helped guide sailors across oceans for centuries. It is now being tested aboard the International Space Station as a potential emergency navigation tool for guiding future spacecraft across the cosmos. The Sextant Navigation investigation will test the use of a hand-held sextant that utilizes star sighting in microgravity.

Read more about how we’re testing this tool in space!

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13 Reasons to Have an Out-of-This-World Friday (the 13th)

1. Not all of humanity is bound to the ground
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Since 2000, the International Space Station has been continuously occupied by humans. There, crew members live and work while conducting important research that benefits life on Earth and will even help us eventually travel to deep space destinations, like Mars.

2. We’re working to develop quieter supersonic aircraft that would allow you to travel from New York to Los Angeles in 2 hours
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We are working hard to make flight greener, safer and quieter – all while developing aircraft that travel faster, and building an aviation system that operates more efficiently. Seventy years after Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier in the Bell X-1 aircraft, we’re continuing that supersonic X-plane legacy by working to create a quieter supersonic jet with an aim toward passenger flight.

3. The spacecraft, rockets and systems developed to send astronauts to low-Earth orbit as part of our Commercial Crew Program is also helping us get to Mars

Changes to the human body during long-duration spaceflight are significant challenges to solve ahead of a mission to Mars and back. The space station allows us to perform long duration missions without leaving Earth’s orbit.
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Although they are orbiting Earth, space station astronauts spend months at a time in near-zero gravity, which allows scientists to study several physiological changes and test potential solutions. The more time they spend in space, the more helpful the station crew members can be to those on Earth assembling the plans to go to Mars.

4. We’re launching a spacecraft in 2018 that will go “touch the Sun”
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In the summer of 2018, we’re launching Parker Solar Probe, a spacecraft that will get closer to the Sun than any other in human history. Parker Solar Probe will fly directly through the Sun’s atmosphere, called the corona. Getting better measurements of this region is key to understanding our Sun.

For instance, the Sun releases a constant outflow of solar material, called the solar wind. We think the corona is where this solar wind is accelerated out into the solar system, and Parker Solar Probe’s measurements should help us pinpoint how that happens.

5. You can digitally fly along with spacecraft…that are actually in space…in real-time!
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NASA’s Eyes are immersive, 3D simulations of real events, spacecraft locations and trajectories. Through this interactive app, you can experience Earth and our solar system, the universe and the spacecraft exploring them. Want to watch as our Juno spacecraft makes its next orbit around Juno? You can! Or relive all of the Voyager mission highlights in real-time? You can do that too! Download the free app HERE to start exploring.

6. When you feel far away from home, you can think of the New Horizons spacecraft as it heads toward the Kuiper Belt, and the Voyager spacecraft are beyond the influence of our sun…billions of miles away
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Our New Horizons spacecraft completed its Pluto flyby in July 2015 and has continued on its way toward the Kuiper Belt. The spacecraft continues to send back important data as it travels toward deeper space at more than 32,000 miles per hour, and is ~3.2 billion miles from Earth.
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In addition to New Horizons, our twin Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft are exploring where nothing from Earth has flown before. Continuing on their more-than-37-year journey since their 1977 launches, they are each much farther away from Earth and the sun than Pluto. In August 2012, Voyager 1 made the historic entry into interstellar space, the region between the stars, filled with material ejected by the death of nearby stars millions of years ago.

7. There are humans brave enough to not only travel in space, but venture outside space station to perform important repairs and updates during spacewalks
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Just this month (October 2017) we’ve already had two spacewalks on the International Space Station…with another scheduled on Oct. 20.

Spacewalks are important events where crew members repair, maintain and upgrade parts of the International Space Station. These activities can also be referred to as EVAs – Extravehicular Activities. Not only do spacewalks require an enormous amount of work to prepare for, but they are physically demanding on the astronauts. They are working in the vacuum of space in only their spacewalking suit.

8. Smart people are up all night working in control rooms all over NASA to ensure that data keeps flowing from our satellites and spacecraft
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Our satellites and spacecraft help scientists study Earth and space. Missions looking toward Earth provide information about clouds, oceans, land and ice. They also measure gases in the atmosphere, such as ozone and carbon dioxide and the amount of energy that Earth absorbs and emits. And satellites monitor wildfires, volcanoes and their smoke.

9. A lot of NASA-developed tech has been transferred for use to the public

Our Technology Transfer Program highlights technologies that were originally designed for our mission needs, but have since been introduced to the public market. HERE are a few spinoff technologies that you might not know about.

10. We have a spacecraft currently traveling to an asteroid to collect a sample and bring it back to Earth
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If everything goes according to plan, on Sept. 24, 2023, the capsule containing the asteroid sample will make a soft landing in the Utah desert.

11. There are Earth-sized planets outside our solar system that may be habitable

To date, we have confirmed 3,000+ exoplanets, which are planets outside our solar system that orbit a Sun-like star. Of these 3,000, some are in the habitable zone – where the temperature is just right for liquid water to exist on the surface.
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12. Earth looks like art from space
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In 1960, the United States put its first Earth-observing environmental satellite into orbit around the planet. Over the decades, these satellites have provided invaluable information, and the vantage point of space has provided new perspectives on Earth.
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The beauty of Earth is clear, and the artistry ranges from the surreal to the sublime.

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If the Hubble Space Telescope’s 2.4-meter mirror were scaled to be large enough for Webb, it would be too heavy to launch into orbit. The Webb team had to find new ways to build the mirror so that it would be light enough - only 1/10 of the mass of Hubble’s mirror per unit area - yet very strong.

Read more about how we designed and created Webb’s unique mirrors HERE.
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Read more about the tech spinoff HERE.
5. Sunshield and Sunshield Coating
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Each of the five layers of the sunshield is incredibly thin. Despite the thin layers, they will keep the cold side of the telescope at around -400°F (-240°C), while the Sun-facing side will be 185°F (85°C). This means you could actually freeze nitrogen on the cold side (not just liquify it), and almost boil water on the hot side. The sunshield gives the telescope the equivalent protection of a sunscreen with SPF 1 million!

Read more about Webb’s incredible sunshield HERE.

Learn more about the Webb Space Telescope and other complex technologies that have been created for the first time by visiting THIS page.

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Exploring an Asteroid Without Leaving Earth

This 45 day mission – which began May 5, 2018 and ends today, June 18 – will help our researchers learn how isolation and close quarters affect individual and group behavior. This study at our Johnson Space Center prepares us for long duration space missions, like a trip to an asteroid or even to Mars.
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The Human Research Exploration Analog (HERA) that the crew members will be living in is one compact, science-making house. But unlike in a normal house, these inhabitants won’t go outside for 45 days. Their communication with the rest of planet Earth will also be very limited, and they won’t have any access to internet. So no checking social media, kids!

The only people they will talk with regularly are mission control and each other.
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The HERA XVII crew is made up of 2 men and 2 women, selected from the Johnson Space Center Test Subject Screening (TSS) pool. The crew member selection process is based on a number of criteria, including criteria similar to what is used for astronaut selection. The four would-be astronauts are:

William Daniels
Chiemi Heil
Eleanor Morgan
Michael Pecaut

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What will they be doing?

The crew are going on a simulated journey to an asteroid, a 715-day journey that we compress into 45 days. They will fly their simulated exploration vehicle around the asteroid once they arrive, conducting several site surveys before 2 of the crew members will participate in a series of virtual reality spacewalks.
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They will also be participating in a suite of research investigations and will also engage in a wide range of operational and science activities, such as growing and analyzing plants and brine shrimp, maintaining and “operating” an important life support system, exercising on a stationary bicycle or using free weights, and sharpening their skills with a robotic arm simulation.
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During the whole mission, they will consume food produced by the Johnson Space Center Food Lab – the same food that the astronauts enjoy on the International Space Station – which means that it needs to be rehydrated or warmed in a warming oven.

This simulation means that even when communicating with mission control, there will be a delay on all communications ranging from 1 to 5 minutes each way.

A few other details:

The crew follows a timeline that is similar to one used for the space station crew.
They work 16 hours a day, Monday through Friday. This includes time for daily planning, conferences, meals and exercise.
Mission: May 5 - June 18, 2018

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But beware! While we do all we can to avoid crises during missions, crews need to be able to respond in the event of an emergency. The HERA crew will conduct a couple of emergency scenario simulations, including one that will require them to respond to a decrease in cabin pressure, potentially finding and repairing a leak in their spacecraft.

Throughout the mission, researchers will gather information about living in confinement, teamwork, team cohesion, mood, performance and overall well-being. The crew members will be tracked by numerous devices that each capture different types of data.

Learn more about the HERA mission HERE.

Explore the HERA habitat via 360-degree videos HERE.

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Webb 101: 10 Facts about the James Webb Space Telescope
Did you know…?
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1. Our upcoming James Webb Space Telescope will act like a powerful time machine – because it will capture light that’s been traveling across space for as long as 13.5 billion years, when the first stars and galaxies were formed out of the darkness of the early universe.
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2. Webb will be able to see infrared light. This is light that is just outside the visible spectrum, and just outside of what we can see with our human eyes.
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3. Webb’s unprecedented sensitivity to infrared light will help astronomers to compare the faintest, earliest galaxies to today’s grand spirals and ellipticals, helping us to understand how galaxies assemble over billions of years.
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Hubble’s infrared look at the Horsehead Nebula. Credit: NASA/ESA/Hubble Heritage Team

4. Webb will be able to see right through and into massive clouds of dust that are opaque to visible-light observatories like the Hubble Space Telescope. Inside those clouds are where stars and planetary systems are born.
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5. In addition to seeing things inside our own solar system, Webb will tell us more about the atmospheres of planets orbiting other stars, and perhaps even find the building blocks of life elsewhere in the universe.
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Credit: Northrop Grumman

6. Webb will orbit the Sun a million miles away from Earth, at the place called the second Lagrange point. (L2 is four times further away than the moon!)
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7. To preserve Webb’s heat sensitive vision, it has a ‘sunshield’ that’s the size of a tennis court; it gives the telescope the equivalent of SPF protection of 1 million! The sunshield also reduces the temperature between the hot and cold side of the spacecraft by almost 600 degrees Fahrenheit.
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8. Webb’s 18-segment primary mirror is over 6 times bigger in area than Hubble’s and will be ~100x more powerful. (How big is it? 6.5 meters in diameter.)
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9. Webb’s 18 primary mirror segments can each be individually adjusted to work as one massive mirror. They’re covered with a golf ball’s worth of gold, which optimizes them for reflecting infrared light (the coating is so thin that a human hair is 1,000 times thicker!).
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10. Webb will be so sensitive, it could detect the heat signature of a bumblebee at the distance of the moon, and can see details the size of a US penny at the distance of about 40 km.
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BONUS! Over 1,200 scientists, engineers and technicians from 14 countries (and more than 27 U.S. states) have taken part in designing and building Webb. The entire project is a joint mission between NASA and the European and Canadian Space Agencies. The telescope part of the observatory was assembled in the world’s largest cleanroom at our Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland.

Webb is currently at Northrop Grumman where the telescope will be mated with the spacecraft and undergo final testing. Once complete, Webb will be packed up and be transported via boat to its launch site in French Guiana, where a European Space Agency Ariane 5 rocket will take it into space.

Afterwards, the telescope will travel to Northrop Grumman to be mated with the spacecraft and undergo final testing. Once complete, Webb will be packed up and be transported via boat to its launch site in French Guiana, where a European Space Agency Ariane 5 rocket will take it into space.
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New Research Heading to Earth’s Orbiting Laboratory

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a…dragon? A SpaceX Dragon spacecraft is set to launch into orbit atop the Falcon 9 rocket toward the International Space Station for its 12th commercial resupply (CRS-12) mission August 14 from our Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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It won’t breathe fire, but it will carry science that studies cosmic rays, protein crystal growth, bioengineered lung tissue.
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Here are some highlights of research that will be delivered:

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ISS-CREAM!

Cosmic Rays, Energetics and Mass, that is! Cosmic rays reach Earth from far outside the solar system with energies well beyond what man-made accelerators can achieve. The Cosmic Ray Energetics and Mass (ISS-CREAM) instrument measures the charges of cosmic rays ranging from hydrogen to iron nuclei. Cosmic rays are pieces of atoms that move through space at nearly the speed of light
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The data collected from the instrument will help address fundamental science questions such as:

Do supernovae supply the bulk of cosmic rays?
What is the history of cosmic rays in the galaxy?
Can the energy spectra of cosmic rays result from a single mechanism?

ISS-CREAM’s three-year mission will help the scientific community to build a stronger understanding of the fundamental structure of the universe.

Space-grown crystals aid in understanding of Parkinson’s disease

The microgravity environment of the space station allows protein crystals to grow larger and in more perfect shapes than earth-grown crystals, allowing them to be better analyzed on Earth.
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Developed by the Michael J. Fox Foundation, Anatrace and Com-Pac International, the Crystallization of Leucine-rich repeat kinase 2 (LRRK2) under Microgravity Conditions (CASIS PCG 7) investigation will utilize the orbiting laboratory’s microgravity environment to grow larger versions of this important protein, implicated in Parkinson’s disease.
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Defining the exact shape and morphology of LRRK2 would help scientists to better understand the pathology of Parkinson’s and could aid in the development of therapies against this target.

Mice Help Us Keep an Eye on Long-term Health Impacts of Spaceflight

Our eyes have a whole network of blood vessels, like the ones in the image below, in the retina—the back part of the eye that transforms light into information for your brain. We are sending mice to the space station (RR-9) to study how the fluids that move through these vessels shift their flow in microgravity, which can lead to impaired vision in astronauts.
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By looking at how spaceflight affects not only the eyes, but other parts of the body such as joints, like hips and knees, in mice over a short period of time, we can develop countermeasures to protect astronauts over longer periods of space exploration, and help humans with visual impairments or arthritis on Earth.

Telescope-hosting nanosatellite tests new concept

The Kestrel Eye (NanoRacks-KE IIM) investigation is a microsatellite carrying an optical imaging system payload, including an off-the-shelf telescope. This investigation validates the concept of using microsatellites in low-Earth orbit to support critical operations, such as providing lower-cost Earth imagery in time-sensitive situations, such as tracking severe weather and detecting natural disasters.
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Sponsored by the ISS National Laboratory, the overall mission goal for this investigation is to demonstrate that small satellites are viable platforms for providing critical path support to operations and hosting advanced payloads.

Growth of lung tissue in space could provide information about diseases

The Effect of Microgravity on Stem Cell Mediated Recellularization (Lung Tissue) uses the microgravity environment of space to test strategies for growing new lung tissue. The cells are grown in a specialized framework that supplies them with critical growth factors so that scientists can observe how gravity affects growth and specialization as cells become new lung tissue.
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The goal of this investigation is to produce bioengineered human lung tissue that can be used as a predictive model of human responses allowing for the study of lung development, lung physiology or disease pathology.

These crazy-cool investigations and others launching aboard the next SpaceX #Dragon cargo spacecraft on August 14. They will join many other investigations currently happening aboard the space station. Follow @ISS_Research on Twitter for more information about the science happening on 250 miles above Earth on the space station.

Watch the launch live HERE starting at 12:20 p.m. EDT on Monday, Aug. 14!

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Solar System 10 Things to Know This Week: Humans of NASA
Meet some of the amazing humans behind our exploring machines.
1—Small Town to Small Satellites
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“I grew up in a small town where working at NASA was unheard of. I worked hard, persevered, and eventually made it to where I am despite many obstacles along the way. Through that process, never forget to enjoy what you are doing. It is my passion for space exploration that has helped me keep motivated and that brings me happiness every day that I come to work.”
—Farah Alibay, Engineer
2—Scientist. Mountain Unicyclist
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“I do a rather unusual sport for fun—mountain unicycling. I love it because it’s incredibly challenging, requiring strength, stamina and focus. I also enjoy surfing, caving, flying and teaching a space camp in South Korea each summer.”

—Morgan Cable, Research Scientist
3—"Eat. Breathe. Do Science. Sleep later.“
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“I do SCIENCE! No, seriously, I travel and explore for fun. It’s a fascinating world and I can’t get enough of it. But I’m always doing "science” of some kind no matter where I am. I love it —— can’t escape it and wouldn’t want to. Eat. Breathe. Do Science. Sleep later.”

—Derek Pitts, Solar System Ambassador
4—In the Room Where It Happened
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“It was the summer of 2013, when I was the media rep for the Voyager mission. I was with Ed Stone, the mission’s project scientist, when he came to the conclusion that Voyager 1 had crossed the threshold into interstellar space. For the first time, a human—made object flew beyond the plasma bubble our sun blows around itself. Voyager 1 is now bathed in the remnants of the explosions of other stars. I really appreciated seeing the scientific process—and Ed’s mind—at work.”

—Jia-Rui Cook, Supervisor of News Events and Projects at JPL
5—All About the Math. And Determination.
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“From an academic point of view, it’s all about doing well in math and science. However, there is absolutely no substitute for being determined. Being determined to be successful is at least half the game.”

— James Green, Director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division
6—Problem Solver
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“Opportunity [rover] was designed to live for 90 days in the harsh Martian environment but she is still exploring now 11 years later! Because of her age, software and hardware components are degrading on the vehicle and more recently, the flash memory. I had the incredible opportunity to lead the team to figure out how to solve these flash problems and get Opportunity back into an operational state.”

—Bekah Sosland Siegfriedt, Engineer
7—Never Give Up
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“When you encounter difficulties or failures, do not take no for an answer. If you truly want to accomplish something and are passionate about it, you need to believe in yourself, put your mind to it, and you can accomplish anything! I failed A LOT, but I NEVER GAVE UP. It took three years and over 150 applications to NASA before I received my first internship”

—Kevin DeBruin, Systems Engineer
8—More Than Mohawk Guy
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“The great thing about being at NASA is that there are jobs for all types —— whether it’s engineering, science, finance, communication, law, and so forth. All of them are necessary and all of them involve working on some of the coolest things humans can do. So pick the area you love, but also know that you can still be a part of exploring the universe.”

—Bobak Ferdowsi, Systems Engineer
9—The Power of One
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“When my older sister claimed she would one day be an astronaut, on the heels of Sally Ride’s launch into space, I made the same claim. Though, it was more because I dreamed to be just like my sister! In turned out that she outgrew the crazy dream, and my desire only got stronger.”

—Mamta Patel Nagaraja, Science Communications
10—Dedication and Choices
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“Body-building is a favorite pasttime: it’s a great stress reliever and a hobby that I can take with me when I travel for work or for pleasure. It’s also a great expression of responsibility and ownership: What I’ve accomplished is due entirely to my dedication and choices, and it belongs to no one but me.”

—Troy Hudson, Instrument System Engineer

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Benefits To Humanity

How does research in space help life on Earth? That’s a great question! It seems crazy that a laboratory orbiting about 200 miles over us can have a benefits on science on the ground. Here are a few ways that research aboard the International Space Station benefits humanity:
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Improve Human Health

The space station has supported research that supports areas such as aging, trauma, disease and the environment. Advances in human health have been gained from the unique microgravity environment.

For example, crew aboard the station experience issues such as bone loss while in space. Learning about the causes and understanding the treatments can help the elderly or people prone to Osteoporosis here on Earth.
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Are you Asthmatic? Crew aboard the space station use a tool that could be used for Asthma patients. The lightweight, easy-to-use device is used to monitor levels of asthma control and the efficiency of medication. This leads to more accurate dosing, reduced attacks and improved quality of life.

Drinkable water on the space station isn’t something just sitting in water bottles waiting to be consumed. Since storage and weight are limited in transporting things to space, crew members must recycle old, dirty water and reuse it day after day. The technology they use for this on the space station, can also be used in at-risk areas on Earth that don’t have access to clean water.
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Earth Observations

The International Space Station has a unique vantage point for observing Earth’s ecosystems. A wide variety of payloads can be attached to the station’s exterior to collect data on things like: global climate, environmental change and natural hazards.

Farming from Space

Farmers can leverage images from the International Space Station to grow crops. The camera captures frequent images of Earth in visible and infrared light, that helps farmers monitor crop growth for disease or fertility differences.

From NASA to Napa. Some of the research on the space station has even provided benefits to the wine industry on Earth! Solutions for growing crops in space translates really well to solutions for mold prevention in wine cellars and other confined spaces on Earth.
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Space Station Research: Air and Space Science

Each month, we highlight a different research topic on the International Space Station. In June, our focus is Air and Space Science.
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How is the space station being used to study space? Studies in fundamental physics address space, time, energy and the building blocks of matter. Recent astronomical observation and cosmological models strongly suggest that dark matter and dark energy, which are entities not directly observed and completely understood, dominate these interactions at the largest scales.
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The space station provides a modern and well-equipped orbiting laboratory for a set of fundamental physics experiments with regimes and precision not achievable on the ground.

For example, the CALorimetric Electron Telescope (CALET) is an astrophysics mission that searches for signatures of dark matter (pictured above). It can observe discrete sources of high energy particle acceleration in our local region of the galaxy.

How is the space station contributing to aeronautics? It provides a long-duration spaceflight environment for conducting microgravity physical science research. This environment greatly reduces buoyancy-driven convection and sedimentation in fluids. By eliminating gravity, space station allows scientists to advance our knowledge in fluid physics and materials science that could lead to better designated air and space engines; stronger, lighter alloys; and combustion processes that can lead to more energy-efficient systems.
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How is the space station used to study air? The Cloud-Aerosol Transport System (CATS) is a laster remote-sensing instrument, or lidar, that measures clouds and tiny aerosol particles in the atmosphere such as pollution, mineral dust and smoke. These atmospheric components play a critical part in understanding how human activities such as fossil fuel burning contribute to climate change.
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The ISS-RapidScat is an instrument that monitors winds for climate research, weather predictions and hurricane monitoring from the International Space Station.
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Titre : Le temps a laissé son manteau
Poète : Charles d'Orléans (1394-1465)

Recueil : Rondeaux.

Le temps a laissié son manteau
De vent, de froidure et de pluye,
Et s'est vestu de brouderie,
De soleil luyant, cler et beau.

Il n'y a beste, ne oyseau,
Qu'en son jargon ne chante ou crie
Le temps a laissié son manteau
De vent, de froidure et de pluye.

Riviere, fontaine et ruisseau
Portent, en livree jolie,
Gouttes d'argent, d'orfaverie ;
Chascun s'abille de nouveau
Le temps a laissié son manteau.

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Titre : Ode
Poète : Gérard de Nerval (1808-1855)

Recueil : Élégies nationales (1827).

I.

Le Temps ne surprend pas le sage,
Mais du Temps le sage se rit,
Car lui seul en connaît l'usage :
Des plaisirs que Dieu nous offrit
Il sait embellir l'existence,
Il sait sourire à l'espérance,
Quand l'espérance lui sourit.

II.

Le bonheur n'est pas dans la gloire,
Dans les fers dorés d'une cour,
Dans les transports de la victoire,
Mais dans la lyre et dans l'amour :
Choisissons une jeune amante,
Un luth qui lui plaise et l'enchante :
Aimons et chantons tour-à-tour.

III.

« Illusions ! vaines images !
Nous diront les tristes leçons
De ces mortels prétendus sages
Sur qui l'âge étend ses glaçons :
Le bonheur n'est point sur la terre,
Votre amour n'est qu'une chimère,
Votre lyre n'a que des sons. »

IV.

Ah ! préférons cette chimère
À leur froide moralité ;
Fuyons leur voix triste et sévère ;
Si le mal est réalité,
Et si le bonheur est un songe,
Fixons les yeux sur le mensonge,
Pour ne pas voir la vérité.

V.

Aimons au printemps de la vie,
Afin que d'un noir repentir
L'automne ne soit point suivie ;
Ne cherchons pas dans l'avenir
Le bonheur que Dieu nous dispense ;
Quand nous n'aurons plus l'espérance,
Nous garderons le souvenir.

VI.

Jouissons de ce temps rapide,
Qui laisse après lui des remords,
Si l'amour, dont l'ardeur nous guide,
N'a d'aussi rapides transports :
Profitons de l'adolescence,
Car la coupe de l'existence
Ne pétille que sur ses bords.

VIVE LA FRANCE ET VIVE LA RÉPUBLIQUE...

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MessageSujet: Re: Eruption, Black Hole eats star : تسلیت به عدالت و انسانیت.   Lun 25 Juin à 4:16

La nudité désigne l'état d'un corps humain ou d'une de ses parties qui n'est pas recouverte d'un vêtement.

Les conventions sociales, ainsi que les préceptes de la plupart des religions, condamnent la nudité de certaines parties du corps. Les lois peuvent réprimer la nudité publique assimilée à de l'exhibitionnisme ; les partisans de la libéralisation des mœurs revendiquent la réduction des aires du corps devant obligatoirement rester couvertes. La transgression des interdits de nudité peut servir de signe non verbal d'affirmation véhémente d'une protestation ou d'une revendication.

Le naturisme considère la pratique en commun de la nudité comme un mode de vie alternatif qui rapproche de la nature.

En zoologie, la nudité désigne l'absence de pelage. Desmond Morris développe en ce sens son approche éthologique de l'espèce humaine dans Le Singe nu.

Dans les beaux-arts en Europe, la représentation du corps nu est un exercice fondamental dans l'enseignement classique et un thème artistique fréquent à certaines époques.

AINSI,


TIGNARD YANIS @TIGNARDYANIS
22 h il y a 22 heures
LES FEMMES SAOUDIENNE ONT VÉCU LEURS PREMIERS JOURS DE CONDUITE AUTONOME.
CELA EST UNE VICTOIRE MAIS CELA NE DOIT FAIRE OUBLIER QUE COMME EN EUROPE
ET AILLEURS, LES FEMMES SONT BAFOUÉES SUR LEURS LIBERTÉ D'EXPRESSION ET DE LIRE.
TAY

ÉLECTIONS législatives et présidentielles en TURQUIE : UNE ÉLECTION DIGNE D'UNE RÉPUBLIQUE
DÉMOCRATIQUE OÙ DEUX VISIONS VONT SE DÉTERMINER DANS UN SCRUTIN PRÉSIDENTIEL
OÙ IL Y A DEUX PENSÉES
MAIS UN ESPRIT DE COHÉSION POUR UNE COHÉRENCE DE PAIX ET D'UNITÉ : LE PEUPLE.
TAY

Comme celles de la pudeur, les conceptions de la nudité ont varié dans le temps et dans l'espace.
De nombreuses sociétés humaines perçoivent la nudité comme dangereuse.

LE YÉMEN, LA SYRIE ET L'ÉRYTHRÉE DEVANT L'ÉRÈBE ET SES ADVERSITÉS
POUR ATTEINDRE DES ACTES ET DES PRINCIPES DEVANT DES PRÉJUGÉS ET DES HAINES.
LE CONTEXTE EST LE CŒUR DE L'ESPÉRANCE OÙ LE COUPABLE DEVRA PRENDRE
DE L'INNOCENCE DE CONSCIENCE QUE POSSÈDE LA VICTIME.
TAY

VOS IDÉES, POUR LA SOIRÉE, SONT DIGNE D'ÊTRE MAIS DANS UN LIEU PUBLIC
OÙ LE PUBLIC DEVRAIT FAIRE UN AVEC LES ARTISTES, LE PRÉSIDENT A CRÉÉ
UN SENTIMENT QUI DÉMONTRE QU'IL Y A TOUJOURS DES VIP ET DES SANG-DENTS :
TOUT LE CONTRAIRE D'UNE GAY PRIDE.
TAY

UN SANS DENT N'EST PAS UN SANG DENT... DES NUANCES DANS LE PATRIMOINE GÉNÉTIQUE
QUI PORTE AUX CROIRE DU VAMPIRISME ET DE LA LYCANTHROPIE : CEUX QUI SE NOURRISSENT
DU SANG ET CEUX QUI SE DÉVORENT LA CHAIR POUR ACQUÉRIR L'EXTASE DES VICTIMES
ET ASSOUVIR LA PULSION DE L’ÂME.
TAY

LE CHEMINEMENT. IL Y A L'AVÈNEMENT. LA RUMEUR MONTRE L'ÉVÉNEMENT COMME UNE RUPTURE
CONVENTIONNELLE DE L'EXISTENCE. L'HISTOIRE POINTE L'ÉVAPORATION D'UNE ÉVOLUTION
POUR LA RÉVÉLATION D'UNE CONSCIENCE : LA RÉALITÉ D'UNE RESPONSABILITÉ
EN LA RESPIRATION DE LA RÉSONANCE ORBITALE.
TAY

VINCENT LAGAF DANS FORT BOYARD. SON ENTRÉE DANS LES AIRS A ÉTÉ REMARQUABLE
CAR FAIRE DU FLYBOARD EN UNE TELLE HAUTEUR AVEC L'AISANCE D'UN OISEAU :
REMARQUABLE. PUIS, RÉUSSIR À FAIRE GAGNER UNE JEUNE VOLTIGEUSE OU CANDIDATE
EN CONDUISANT LE BATEAU: JE DIS BRAVO, MÉGAGAF.
TAY

L'HÔPITAL JOSEPH DUCUING DE TOULOUSE S'EXPRIMERA SOUS FORME D'ACTIONS,
CE LUNDI 25 JUIN 2018, SUR L'ASPECT DES SOINS POUR LA POLICE, LES SECOURISTES BÉNÉVOLES
ET LES POMPIERS PROFESSIONNELS : LA PRIORITÉ D'ÊTRE PERFORMANT DANS LA CONDITION HUMAINE
ET FRATERNELLE.
TAY

LE SUINTEMENT DE L'OMBRE FAISAIT PLANER UN PLAISIR SUR LE SCÉNARIO DE LA CONSCIENCE.
LA CONVICTION DE LA CHANCE, SUR LA NATURE DE LA CHAIR, LUI OUVRAIT LE DÉSIR DU DESTIN
SUR LE DÉSERT DE L'ASPECT : LE DESSEIN ET LE RESSENTI.
TAY

" L'ÉROTISME EST UN CHARME QUI PEUT ÊTRE DÉTENU PAR UN VIEIL ERMITE :
L'AMOUR N'EST PAS UN DÉSIR ET LA PULSION N'EST PAS TOUJOURS LIÉE AUX SENTIMENTS.
AINSI SONT NÉES DE GRANDES HISTOIRES
EN LA NATURE SEXUELLE DE L'HUMANITÉ ET DES EXISTENCES." : DIT LA CHOUETTE À LA JUSTICE.
TAY

O UN GRAND SENTIMENT D'ÉTABLIR S'INSCRIT DANS MA CHAIR AFIN DE FAIRE ENTENDRE
LES NUANCES DES MOUVEMENTS DANS LES NUAGES. O DOUCE FEMME QUI TE VOIT INSCRITE
DANS LES MOEURS D'UNE VIEILLE INSTITUTRICE. RETROUVE L'INSTITUTION DE TA CHAIR
ET OUBLIE LE REGARD D'UNE MANIÈRE.
TAY

TRÈS CHÈRES ET CHERS ÉLÈVES, LA PUDEUR PEUT SE RÉVÉLER ÊTRE UN ÉROTISME DE LA SEXUALITÉ.
ON VEUT TRANSFORMER LA TIMIDITÉ MAIS CELLE CI EST UNE VERTU VÉRITABLE DE NOTRE ÂME:
POURQUOI LA VIOLER, LA CONTRÔLER ALORS QU'ELLE NE DEMANDE QU'À MÛRIR
DANS UN VENT DE LIBERTÉ.
TAY

DANS UN ÉTAT D'ÂME, LE SILENCE EST UN SOUFFLE. LA SOURCE DE LA SITUATION
MONTRE LE CARACTÈRE DE LA SOCIÉTÉ ET DE SA SITUATION. DANS LA PÉNOMBRE
DE LA SURVIE, LE DÉSIR EST TOUJOURS LIÉ À UN DESTIN LORSQUE LES DEUX CARACTÈRES
ONT DÉCIDÉ DE S'UNIR DANS UN MUTUEL ACCORD.
TAY

LE SEXE.
L'ÉCRITURE ÉROTIQUE EST UN ÉROTISME COMME L'ÉCRITURE INCLUSIVE EST
UNE VARIATION DE LA NATURE TOUT EN DEMEURANT UN ESPRIT PHYLOGÉNÉTIQUE
ET PHILOSOPHIQUE SUR LA BASE GRAMMATICALE DE LA LANGUE FRANÇAISE : AMOUR.
TAY

LE SEXE.
L'ÉCRITURE ÉROTIQUE EST UN ÉROTISME COMME L'ÉCRITURE INCLUSIVE
EST UNE VARIATION DE LA NATURE TOUT EN DEMEURANT UN ESPRIT PHYLOGÉNÉTIQUE
ET PHILOSOPHIQUE SUR LA BASE GRAMMATICALE DE LA LANGUE FRANÇAISE : AMOUR.
TAY

L'ÉCRITURE ÉROTIQUE EST UN ÉROTISME COMME L'ÉCRITURE INCLUSIVE
EST UNE VARIATION DE LA NATURE TOUT EN DEMEURANT UN ESPRIT PHYLOGÉNÉTIQUE
ET PHILOSOPHIQUE SUR LA BASE GRAMMATICALE DE LA LANGUE FRANÇAISE : AMOUR.
TAY

CLIN D'OEIL DE LA NATURE D'ÊTRE SUR LE LIEN. TAY

C'EST UN FAMEUX TROIS MATS QUI NAVIGUE SUR LES OCÉANS. HISSEZ HAUT, SANTIAGO.
VOILÀ PLUS DE TROIS MILLE ANS QUE J'Y SUIS MATELOTS. HISSÉS HAUTS, LES SANTIANOS,
DE SAN FRANCISCO JUSQU'À L'HORIZON.
TAY

CLIN D'OEIL DE LA NATURE D'ÊTRE SUR LE LIEN.
" LE DÉSIR DE TRAVERSER LES MOUVEMENTS APPARTIENT AUX PRINCIPES DE LA VIE
QU'ILS SOIENT FÉMININS, MASCULINS, HERMAPHRODITE, ASEXUÉ ET EMBRYONNAIRE.
LA LIBERTÉ S'EST REGARDÉ LA VÉRITÉ ET FAIRE EN SORTE QUE LE DÉSIR NE DEVIENNE PAS UN VIOL." :
DIT LA CHOUETTE À LA JUSTICE.
TAY

La Nudité. Deee-Lite, Groove Is In The Heart
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etviGf1uWlg
Le naturisme considère la pratique en commun de la nudité comme un mode de vie alternatif
qui rapproche de la nature : la représentation du corps nu est un exercice fondamental
dans l'enseignement classique.
TAY

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MessageSujet: Re: Eruption, Black Hole eats star : تسلیت به عدالت و انسانیت.   Mar 26 Juin à 4:06

TIGNARD YANIS @TIGNARDYANIS 16 h il y a 16 heures
LA CHOUETTE EFFRAIE HULULE DANS L'HORIZON DU DÉSERT.
SON DESTIN RÉSONNE DANS L'ÉCHO DES ROSES DES SABLES :
DES SOUVENIRS EN DES ACTES ET DES SENTIMENTS DANS LES SECOURS.
LE TEMPS DÉMONTRE LE TERME: UN ESPACE D'ÊTRE ET D'INNOCENCE DANS L'ESPRIT.
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LA RÉALITÉ. LA SOURCE EST LA SOIF DE CELUI QUI CHERCHE À SE DÉSALTÉRER
DANS L'OMBRE. LE PUITS EST UN REFUGE AUTANT DANS LE DÉSERT QUE EN LA JUNGLE.
L'EAU EST UN PARTAGE MAIS NOTRE CONVOITISE A AFFAIBLI LA JUSTICE DE LA NATURE :
RÉAFFIRMER LA NOTION DE RESPECT.
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DES HOMMES SONT SOMBRES PAR LEURS IDÉES. ILS SONT TROP MIGNONS
POUR VOULOIR FAIRE AUTRES CHOSES QUE DE SE VENGER SUR UN PONT.
POURTANT, LES OVERDOSES SONT UN FLÉAU AUX ÉTATS-UNIS CAR ON TRANSFORME
DES ÊTRES HUMAINS EN ZOMBIES POUR DES LOISIRS CRÉATIFS À DES CORROMPUS.
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L'EXTASE PERMET À CERTAINES PERSONNES DE TRANSFORMER
LE JUNKIE EN UNE PERSONNE MÉCONNAISSABLE AUPRÈS DE SA FAMILLE:
DES PERSONNES DÉTOURNENT LES JUNKIES DES CENTRES DE SOINS AFIN
DE LES AFFAMER POUR DEVENIR ZOMBIES : IGNOBLE.
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Isaiah Edwards.
Le prix «Laura Ingalls» supprimé pour racisme.
L'Association américaine des bibliothécaires a décidé de débaptiser
son prix littéraire pour le racisme qui imprègne l'oeuvre de l'auteur
de «La Petite Maison dans la prairie».
POURTANT, IL Y A UNE ÉCLOSION.
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L'OEUVRE DE LAURA INGALLS N'EST PAS UNE HISTOIRE IMAGINAIRE.
SA FAMILLE QUI VIVAIT, DANS LES RÉGIONS NORD AMÉRICAINES PROCHE
DU CANADA, ABANDONNE LEURS PROCHES. RIEN N'EST IDYLLIQUE
CAR TOUS EST DERRIÈRE SOI. LE CLIMAT EST HOSTILE
ET L'HISTOIRE SE BASE SUR CHARLES INGALLS.
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UN PASSAGE PIÉTON N'EST PAS UN ROND POINT, MONSIEUR BENJAMIN GRIVEAUX.
CE GENRE DE MESSAGE SE RETROUVE SUR LES MURS, DANS LES MUSÉES
ET LES RONDS POINTS : CERTES, IL S'AGIT D'UN MESSAGE HONORABLE
ALORS, VOUS NE VERREZ PAS D'OBJECTION QUE J'ENVOIE DES FEMENS
SUR LE PRÉSIDENT.
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PEUPLE.
ALORS, VA T'ON INTERDIRE LES FILMS DE CHARLES BRONSON :
EN EFFET, IL JOUE DES RÔLES DE MEXICAINS ET D'INDIENS
ALORS QU'IL ÉTAIT LITUANIEN PARCE QUE AU VINGTIÈME SIÈCLE,
HOOLYWOOD ÉTAIT TRÈS AVARE EN RÔLE POUR LES ACTEURS INDIENS ET MEXICAINS.
COUPABLE OU OPPORTUNISTE.
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DANS LA LUEUR DES ESPÉRANCES DES MONDES, DES PEUPLES
SE COMBATTIRENT COMME LES COLONS ET LES INDIENS, COMME
LES CONQUÉRANTS ET LES DYNASTIES : CHACUN AYANT SOIF EN LEURS
LIBERTÉS ET OUBLIANT L'ESPÉRANCE DE L'AUTRUI.
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LES INDIENS ÉTAIT MAÎTRES DE LEURS TERRES ET ON BRISA LEURS ÉQUILIBRES.
TOUT COMME LE SEIGNEUR BRISAIT LES SENTIMENTS DE RÉCOLTES AUPRÈS DES SERFS :
ON OUBLIE LA CONDITION PAYSANNE EUROPÉENNE QUI FUT MISE EN ESCLAVAGE PAR
LES IMPÔTS ET L'ESPRIT. OUI, NOUS AVONS ÉTÉ PIRE AVEC LES INDIENS
CAR NOUS AVONS VIOLÉ LEUR TERRE.
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GUYANE. 1/2
LES INDIENS ÉTAIT MAÎTRES DE LEURS TERRES ET ON BRISA LEURS ÉQUILIBRES.
TOUT COMME LE SEIGNEUR BRISAIT LES SENTIMENTS DE RÉCOLTES AUPRÈS DES SERFS :
ON OUBLIE LA CONDITION PAYSANNE EUROPÉENNE QUI FUT MISE EN ESCLAVAGE PAR
LES IMPÔTS ET L'ESPRIT.
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GUYANE. 2/2
TELS DES CONQUÉRANTS, OUI, NOUS AVONS ÉTÉ PIRE AVEC LES INDIENS
CAR NOUS AVONS VIOLÉ LEUR TERRE. POURTANT, DES LIENS ONT ÉTÉ ÉTABLIS
CAR CERTAINS ONT VU LA SOUFFRANCE DE L'AUTRE EN SOI.
L'AMÉRIQUE EST LE CONTINENT DU PEUPLE ROUGE,
ET TOUS NOUS L'OUBLIONS VITE.
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