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Issue 465 In This Issue February 13th, 2016

Editors Corner

Greetings,
Have you ever looked at the faded pages of an old book or document and wondered if there was a way to recover the unreadable parts? Gregory Heyworth, a textual scientist, has figured out how to do just that. He and his lab use something called "spectral imaging technology". Click here

Speaking of technology, have you ever been driving behind a large truck and wished you could see around, or better yet through, the truck? Samsung is testing a new technology that could help with that. Click here

If you're less interested in technology, and/or more interested in gardening, this might interest you. Have you ever wanted something a bit more exotic then cow or horse manure for your compost or garden? Did you know that some zoos offer a rich compost of herbivore poo? Click here

That's about it from me. If you haven't seen the artists map of the universe in one image yet, I urge you to check it out. Click here
Enjoy this newsletter and have a wonderful week.

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Consciousness Awakens
By Rene Westbrook

In the summer of 1977, there was an enormous shift on the planet about what might be lurking in the hidden realms of consciousness. Like so many of my friends that summer, we flocked to a new film called Star Wars, where a dynamic team of filmmakers, actors and a man named George Lucas brought us the idea of the "Force", that elusive power that emanates from energy fields created by all living things. That year was memorable for more than Obi Wan Kenobi introducing a startling new way for people to describe an unseen source of power in the universe. It was also a time for another remarkable awakening. In the kitchen of her Tacoma home, an unassuming young housewife encountered a particularly unexplained "Force" of her own. As retold countless times since that fateful day, Ramtha and JZ Knight have embraced and shared with so many of us, the power of consciousness and energy in timeless fields of unlimited possibilities. Their symbiotic relationship throughout these years can be seem as a metaphor, much like the equation, C+E=R. The profound fact of their inextricable connection, yet her separate reality of personal change and growth, has given many people in the world, a phenomenal gift to awaken to their divine potential. And as so many of us yearning to know more, StarWars and Yoda would not be the beginning and end of our spiritual exploration.

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In The News

Seattle sues Monsanto over PCBs in Duwamish
Seattle is suing three "Monsanto" corporations and wants them to pay to remove cancer-causing PCBs from the drainage system and the Duwamish. Monsanto was the only company that manufactured PCBs from 1935 to 1979, the city says in a lawsuit filed in federal court. The lawsuit, filed Monday in Seattle, focuses on 20,000 acres that drain into the lower Duwamish and drainage for the East Waterway next to Harbor Island. Both the lower Duwamish and Harbor Island are Superfund sites contaminated by pollution. The lawsuit contends that tests showed PCBs in 82 percent of sediment tested in drainage pipes and 73 percent of catch basins in street rights of way in the lower Duwamish basin. The city is operating under a consent decree to remove PCBs from runoff. A treatment plant to do that could cost $27 million. "Seattle residents, waterways and wildlife, all deserve protection from harmful toxins like those used by Monsanto," Mayor Ed Murray said in statement. "We are taking action to recover the significant costs of cleaning up after Monsanto and to make clear that Seattle will stand up against contamination that threatens our environment."

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Garden Watch

Want some rich, exotic compost? Look to your local zoo
What happens in the zoo need not stay in the zoo. Actually, when it comes to manure matters, it’s essential to get poo out of the zoo. With big animals like elephants turning out exotic pies to the tune of 300 pounds a day, zookeepers are faced with limited options. They can either a) send pricy truckloads of manure to the dump, b) turn those steamy piles of dung into electricity, or c) start selling their herbivores’ poo as a delightfully rich compost. As you may have guessed, the latter two options are better from an environmental and an economic standpoint. That’s why a lot of zoos have started poo compost programs over the years, to the pleasure of manure connoisseurs who want to add a little zest to the traditional choice of droppings from cows, horses, and chickens. There’s no monkey business when it comes to zoos and compost operations — waste from primates and other meat-eating animals are avoided for fear of disease transmission. But zoos around the U.S. are selling compost from their collection of herbivores, including elephants, hippos, rhinos, zebras, and giraffes.

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You Decide

See How Easy It Is To Commit Electronic Voting Fraud; Microsoft Counting Your Vote?

RSE Newsletter

The Blu Room and UV Technology at Work – Hospital deploys robots that emit continuous UV light to kill Ebola:
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Caltech Scientists Have Now Found Evidence for a New Giant Planet in Our Solar System That Ramtha Described in Detail back in 2001:
Click here to read article

Two Caltech scientists announced that an unseen planet some 10X the mass of Earth may lie beyond the Kuiper belt...
Click here to read article

“This win was a result of my focus, so reminiscent of finding my card on the field”:
Click here to read article

Headline News: “Earth May Spin Faster as Glaciers Melt,” researches say:
Click here to read article

Ramtha on “Historic” storm effects on East Coast of USA making Headline News:
Click here to read article

Ministers Meet Ramtha: A Mystic Memoir by RSE Student Rev. Dr. Richard W. Banach, D. Min.:
Click here to read article

JZK, Inc. wins on all issues in Coverdale, et al. case – Court of Appeals issued ruling today siding with the trial court and JZK, Inc.:
Click here to read article

Student Accomplishment: “Hey, I won a new roof, from out of the Blue!”:
Click here to read article

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Triad Theater
Calendar of Events

February 13th @ 7pm: LIVE SHOW - TRIAD’s ANNUAL VALENTINE "Crooners & Spooners Cabaret"
Doors open at 7pm Show starts at 8pm. Tickets $10 if pre-purchased on-line or at The Triad. $15 at the door. Live acts hit the stage in this LOVE inspired evening. Singing, comedy, and more...
Click on these links to VIEW VIDEO PRESENTATION of past shows OR PURCHASE TICKETS.

February 16th @ 7pm: MIRACLES and INSPIRATIONS with independent news reporter Scott Mowry. Every other Tuesday, Scott explores hot issues not heard on mainstream media. No matter how awful the news, you’ll feel good about it. Cost: $10.

February 19th, 20th, & 22nd @ 7:30pm: LIVE STREAM- DAVID WILCOCK 3 NIGHT SEMINAR
Doors open at 7pm and Live Stream Starts at 7:30pm $25 per night or all three nights $65. Visit the Conscious Life Expo WEBSITE for more information. CLICK HERE to purchase tickets.
Topics each night:
- 19th: History of the Secret Space Program with Corey Goode.
- 20th: Revealing the Secret Space Program.
- 22nd: Spontaneous Ascension, the latest evidence.

February 26th thru March 13th: THEATRICAL PRODUCTION - Standing Room Only is back with "The Importance of Being Earnest" an Oscar Wilde classic. In this hilarious comedy, pandemonium ensues when a duplicitous duo of wealthy playboys find themselves together, both masquerading as the same person, with each wooing a different woman. All amid a flurry of mistaken identity, witty banter and cucumber sandwiches!
To see Show times and purchase tickets CLICK HERE Tickets also available at The Triad Theater.

To stay in the know in the now…
Website - www.TheTriadArtsTheater.com
Facebook - www.facebook.com/triadtheater
Email us at thetriadtheater@gmail.com

Community Calendar

We do love to hear from you especially about community events that you think our readers ought to know about. So, thanks and keep the info flowing.

March 4, 5:30pm to 10:30pm: Center for Self Governance class
The Center for Self Governance (CSG) is a non-profit, non-partisan educational organization dedicated to training citizens in applied civics. CSG teaches unconventional, tried and tested techniques in applied civics proven to Keep the Republic. CSG training puts you, the citizen, in the drivers seat of self governance. Click here for full text
This class will be held in Rainier. Call or email Marian Clements for further details or questions. 360-446-7724 tablet@fairpoint.net

Technology Watch

How I'm discovering the secrets of ancient texts


Optical lens ten times thinner than a human hair will lead to glasses you can't tell you are wearing and super lightweight cameras
Researchers from the University of Utah developed a new method of creating optics that are flat and thin, yet can still perform the focus light to a single point - the basic step in producing an image. By doing this, they have overturned previous conceptions that flat, ultra-thin optical lenses for cameras or other devices were impossible because of the way all the colours of light must bend through them. 'Instead of the lens having a curvature, it can be very flat so you get completely new design opportunities for imaging systems like the ones in your mobile phone,' explained Professor Rajesh Menon, an electrical and computer engineer who led the work. 'Our results correct a widespread misconception that flat, diffractive lenses cannot be corrected for all colours simultaneously.' In order to capture a photographic image in a camera or for our eyes to focus on an image through gasses, different colours of light must pass through the lenses and converge to a point on the camera sensor or on the eye's retina. How light bends through curved lenses is based on the principal of refraction, where light travels at different speeds through materials of different density. It is this that causes a pencil to appear to 'bend' when it is placed into a glass of water. 

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Samsung’s ‘transparent truck’ hits the road in Argentina
A transparent ‘Safety Truck’ is set for testing on Argentinian roads, after Samsung completed months of experiments. It enables car drivers trailing behind the vehicle to ‘see through’ it and decide whether it is safe to overtake the lorry on the highway. The concept behind the technology that is being tested on Volvo trucks is quite simple: It displays a video feed on the back of a lorry of the driver’s front view in a “see through” effect, to allow cars behind it to check whether it is safe to overtake. The front of the truck is equipped with two front-facing cameras that relay a live feed onto four large panels on the back which form one big display. The specially developed monitors on the back are water and dust proof and offer a crisp visual quality even if viewed under strong sunlight. Meanwhile, the cameras are allegedly capable of capturing clear video at night time. “The advantage of the Safety Truck is that it may reduce the risk of accidents caused by sudden braking or animals crossing the road,” the company said in a blog post. The technology, which was revealed to the public last summer, was demonstrated at the La Plata racetrack in Buenos Aires this week. In Argentina one person dies in a traffic accident roughly every hour and Samsung is trying to decrease the number of road fatalities.

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Weather Watch

Polar Vortex to Bring 'Coldest Air for More Than a Decade' to Northeast
Forget the Valentine's Day roses if you're stuck in the Northeast this weekend — give your sweetie a sweater instead. They'll need it. A "life threatening" icy blast is expected to put a big chill on the romance for millions of Americans with the coldest temperatures to hit the region in over a decade, forecasters warned Friday. The National Weather Service said the mercury will start dipping Saturday, but the coldest air would not arrive until Sunday morning — with several cities facing the prospect of subzero temperatures. "For people stepping outside on Sunday morning, it's going to be like walking into a freezer," said Weather Channel Lead Forecaster Michael Palmer. "This will be the coldest air for more than a decade for much of the Northeast." Boston's forecast low of 2 below zero looked relatively balmy compared to the outlook for 9 below zero in Hartford, Connecticut. Albany was forecast to experience 10 below zero, with 11 below possible in Worcester, Massachusetts, according to The Weather Channel. While New York City was not expected to see sub-zero temperatures, the forecast for Saturday night is a frosty 1 degree, according to the National Weather Service. That would match the coldest temperature in New York City this century. It hasn't sunk to zero since Jan. 27, 1994.

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On The Lighter Side

Artist creates amazing map of entire universe in one image

An artist has created in a stunning circular image of the entire observable universe using NASA images based on astronomical surveys provided by Princeton University. It’s also quintessentially geocentric – with Earth’s solar system right at the center.

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Inside Ashgabat
A strange and secretive city

ON THE edge of the barren Karakum Desert, a sprawling city of white marble rises from the dunes like a glistening mirage.

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