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Issue 525 In This Issue June 3rd, 2017

Editor's Corner

As you may know, according to quantum physics reality doesn't exist unless we are looking at it. However, did you know that a team of physicists have shown that the future can affect the past? "During the experiment scientists discovered that time went backwards. Cause and effect appear to be reversed. The future caused the past." Click here

Speaking of discoveries, are you aware that a new species of frog has been discovered? This particular species of frog is unusual in that it has translucent skin. Click here

On a slightly different subject, we are trying something a little different this week. Just in the last few days, there have been a number of what you might call large weather events. Rather then trying to select a few of the more significant ones, we have provided a list. Click here

That's about it from me for this week. Enjoy this newsletter and have a wonderful week.

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Something to Contemplate

Reality Does Not Exist Unless We Are Looking And It And The Future Decides The Past – Quantum Physics Reveals
Famous physicist Niels Bohr once said – “If quantum mechanics hasn’t profoundly shocked you, you haven’t understood it yet.” This is so true because quantum laws tend to contradict common sense. Quantum experiments constantly show us there is so much we still don’t understand about the world around. One subject that is truly bizarre, is the nature of what we define as reality. Quantum experiments have revealed that reality does not exists unless we are looking at it. During the experiment scientists discovered that time went backwards. Cause and effect appear to be reversed. The future caused the past. Does this make your head spin? Don’t worry, because you are not the only. Scientists are just as astonished as most of us.

John Wheeler’s Delayed-Choice Thought Experiment
Quantum physicists study subatomic particles, which are the essential building blocks of reality. All matter, including ourselves are made up of them

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Nature Watch

Rare frog’s ‘exposed heart’ makes scientists skip a beat (VIDEO)

A new species of frog has been discovered in Ecuador, with researchers marvelling at its translucent skin and “completely exposed heart.” Named Hyalinobatrachium yaku, the amphibian’s trippy features have been detailed in a study led by Juan Guayasamin, of the South American country’s Universidad San Francisco de Quito.

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Earth Watch

A crucial crack in an Antarctic ice sheet grew 11 miles in only 6 days
The widening rift in the Larsen C ice shelf in West Antarctica has reached a (relative, for ice) fever pitch in the past few months, stretching for more than 110 miles and gaping more than 1,000 feet across. In just the last couple of days, the crack grew another 11 miles and took a sharp right turn toward the sea. It now ends a mere eight miles from totally breaking through, according to observations from ice-monitoring mission Project Midas. The iceberg that forms will be bigger than Long Island. Or as big as Delaware. Or roughly the size of Prince Edward Island, if you’re Canadian. Or [insert your geographical comparison of choice here]. Floating ice shelves like Larsen C hold back the flow of ice sheets and glaciers into the sea, meaning the entire West Antarctic Ice Sheet is about to get more unstable.

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Stunning ‘southern lights’ illuminate night sky above New Zealand (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

People in New Zealand were treated to a spectacular light show Sunday as Aurora Australis, the so-called ‘southern lights’, lit up the night sky. Clear skies provided perfect conditions for stargazers, allowing the natural phenomenon to be seen as far north as Christchurch on New Zealand’s South Island.

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Earth Watch Continued

Hundreds Of Giant Methane Craters Discovered On The Arctic Sea Floor
The Siberian craters are small in comparison to these giant methane “monsters” that have been discovered on the Arctic Sea floor. Methane, a potent greenhouse gas is still leaking in large amounts from the enormous craters that formed about 12,000 years ago. “The crater area was covered by a thick ice sheet during the last ice age, much as West Antarctica is today. As climate warmed, and the ice sheet collapsed, enormous amounts of methane were abruptly released. This created massive craters that are still actively seeping methane ” says Karin Andreassen, first author of the study and professor at CAGE Centre for Arctic Gas Hydrate, Environment and Climate.

Over 100 of the Methane Craters Are Up To One Kilometer Wide
A few of these craters were first observed in the 90-ties. However, using new researchers were able to discover that the craters cover a much larger area than previously thought. Over one hundred of the methane craters are up to one kilometer wide.

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Volcano eruption creates 35,000ft high ash cloud in under 1hr (PHOTOS)
Alaska’s Bogoslof volcano ‘belched’ an ash cloud 35,000ft (10,668 meters) into the atmosphere over a period of just 55 minutes. Situated on the Aleutian Islands, the volcano erupted at 2:16pm local time Sunday, prompting the Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) to issue a red aviation code – the highest warning level. Weather satellites captured in superb detail the dispersion of ash over the Bering Sea. Images from the Japanese Himawari satellite shared by the National Weather Service Ocean Prediction Center show the ash cloud clearly. The aviation code was later lowered to ‘orange’ as no further ash emissions occurred following Sunday’s explosion, and seismic activity was low. The AVO advised however that further ash producing eruptions could occur at any time and without warning.

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Weather Watch

Tornado touches down near Wimborne, Alberta, Canada
June 3rd, 2017
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Tropical Storm "Beatriz" inundates Mexico, leaving 2 dead and 2 missing
June 2nd, 2017
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Deadly 600 mm (23.6 in) of rain within 11 hours floods Taiwan, shuts down nuclear plant
June 2nd, 2017
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Massive sandstorm sweeps through Khartoum, Sudan
June 2nd, 2017
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Severe flash floods hit Turkey's Izmir, turning streets into raging rivers
May 31st, 2017
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Tornadoes hit Mexican states of Chihuahua and Puebla
May 31st, 2017
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202 killed, 94 still missing after worst monsoon rains since 2003 hit Sri Lanka
May 31st, 2017
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Thousands still in dark after massive storm causes third largest outage in Memphis
May 31st, 2017
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Space Watch

Touching the sun: NASA to reveal plans for hellish mission (PHOTOS)
NASA will shed some light on a historic and so far hush-hush mission to “touch the sun” in a big announcement on Wednesday. The US space agency is working on the Solar Probe Plus project, a daring plan to send a spacecraft towards the hellishly hot outer atmosphere of the life-giving star. The mission to fly a probe within 4 million miles of the sun’s surface was revealed last February. Since then, NASA has stayed tight-lipped about its attempt to uncover the mysteries of the sun’s solar winds and its continuously erupting corona, or outer layer. Tipped to launch in 2018, the probe’s seven-year, 3.7 million mile journey will hope to uncover why the corona is hotter than the sun’s surface, as well as information about solar wind acceleration.

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Triad Theater
Calendar of Events

EVERY Tuesday in May @ 7pm: Miracles & Inspiration - A Triad Regular Event
Join in as Scott Mowry fills us in on events around the World. Come hear Scott tell it like it is!! Pay at the Door. Cost is $10.

June 7th & 8th @ 5:30pm: Phoenix Rising School presents - Alice in Wonderland performed by the students from the school. Cost is $10.
Alice in Wonderland TICKETS

June 9th @ 8pm: Comedy Show
Host Chris Walter returns with yet another team of his Funny Friends to tickle your funny bone. With a Special Cameo by our very own local Gal - Kellie Petersen taking the microphone for her Comic Debut!! Veteran Comedians include: Narin Vann, Steve Hammond, Taylor Clark & Josh Firestine. Cost is $10.
Comedy Show TICKETS
Comedian BIOS

June 10th: Radio Show and Dance Party
The Malachi Brothers are back to DJ their Radio Broadcast from 6pm-8pm - Music from the 70's & 80's, then from 8pm-10pm your favorite Dance Mix. Come to one or both - Cost is $10.
Dance Party TICKETS

June 15th: Who's Who Presents The Malachi Brothers--More Info Soon

June 16th: GRAND RE-OPENING of The Triad Art Gallery--Link & More Info Soon

June 16th: The Blues Brothers Benefit Concert in honor of John Keesler--More Info Soon

June 17th & 18th: Bigfoot Lecture and VIP Dinner

June 23rd & 24th: StageStruck presents "Count to Teen"

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