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Issue 523 In This Issue May 20th, 2017

Editors Corner

Did you know that there is a US patent for a "Triangular spacecraft"? Apparently the patent was filed at the end of 2004 and published in 2006. Click here

While we're on the subject of technology, are you aware that there is now a way to repair badly broken bones without invasive surgery? This new method uses micro-bubbles and ultrasound to stimulate the growth of stem cells. At this point it has only been tested on lab animals, but apparently it may soon be tried in people. Click here

Have you heard that NASA space probes have detected a massive human-made 'barrier' surrounding earth? Apparently Very Low Frequency communications have been leaking out in to space and pushing the Van Allen Belts away from Earth, creating a this 'barrier' or bubble. Click here

There's more, but I will leave the rest for you to discover and enjoy. Have a wonderful week.

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Nature Watch

Drone footage reveals ‘sea unicorns’ catch prey with bizarre ivory horn (VIDEO)
Never-before-seen narwhal hunting behavior has been filmed by marine researchers, revealing that the mysterious mammal uses their incredible sensory ‘unicorn’ tusk to bludgeon prey. Dubbed the ‘Unicorn of the Sea’ because of an ivory and dentine tooth that grows from its upper lip right out through its head, the narwhal has long garnered intrigue and was once the subject of fascination by naturalist Charles Darwin. Notoriously difficult to observe, the narwhal uses its ‘tusk’ as part of its nervous system. In 2016 Harvard University researcher Dr Martin Nweeia described the elongated horn as an invaluable “sensory organ”. But animal experts from Canada’s World Wildlife Fund have now released compelling evidence that the unicorn-like horn is also a weapon used to stun fish during a hunt. Drone footage filmed in Tremblay Sound, Canada’s Arctic region, shows the majestic whales feeding off cod and hitting the fish with their large tusks.

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Science Watch

A Chemist Discovered The First New Blue In 200 Years – Now Crayola Is Turning It Into A Crayon
Mas Subramanian, a chemist and Oregon State University professor, became known in 2009 when his lab discovered the first new blue pigment, called YInMn Blue, in 200 years. Now, Crayola is making the blue into a crayon. As NPR notes, the scientific breakthrough was a happy accident. In 2009, a student in his lab combined yttrium, indium, and manganese oxides (a chemical compound that contains oxygen) in a furnace. When the team pulled the mixture out, the substance was a bright blue. Before the discovery, French chemist Louis Jacques Thenard was the last person to discover a new blue pigment — cobalt blue in 1802. Consumers can't buy YInMn Blue crayons just yet, but it should be available by the end of 2017, according to Crayola. Shepherd Color Company, which licensed it from Subramanian, is testing toxicity levels to get FDA approval. The new blue will replace the yellow Dandelion crayon, which Crayola retired in March. The company is also holding a competition to name the new crayon, since YInMn Blue is pretty hard to pronounce.

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Space Watch

NASA Space Probes Have Detected a Human-Made Barrier Surrounding Earth
NASA space probes have detected a massive, human-made 'barrier' surrounding Earth, and tests have confirmed that it's actually having an effect on space weather far beyond our planet's atmosphere. That means we're not just changing Earth so severely, scientists are calling for a whole new geological epoch to be named after us - our activities have been changing space too. But the good news is that unlike our influence on the planet itself, that humungous bubble we created out in space is actually working in our favour. Back in 2012, NASA launched two space probes to work in tandem with each other as they whizzed through Earth's Van Allen Belts at speeds of around 3,200 km/h (2,000 mph).  Our planet is surrounded by two such radiation belts (and a temporary third one) - the inner belt stretches from around 640 to 9,600 km (400 to 6,000 miles) above Earth's surface, while the outer belt occupies an altitude of roughly 13,500 to 58,000 km (8,400 to 36,000 miles).

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Spectacular Star Collision In The Orion Constellation Captured By World’s Most Powerful Telescope – ALMA

Granted it’ not the Big Bang explosion, but if you are interested in astronomy and the powerful forces in space, then you’ll appreciate every image from cosmos. Our telescopes give us the opportunity to see and admire the best of our Universe has to offer. Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), the most powerful telescope on Earth have captured spectacular images of an aftermath of a star collision that took place in the Orion constellation 1,900 years ago.

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Ice Watch

Strong late-spring snowstorm hits the Rockies
An unusually strong late-spring snowstorm, named Valerie by The Weather Channel, dumped heavy snow on the Rockies, closing roads, damaging trees and causing power outages on Wednesday and Thursday, May 18, 2017. Valerie dumped more than 3 feet (91.4 cm) of snow and forced officials to issue winter storm warnings and advisories throughout Wyoming and Colorado. For Denver, it was the latest-in-season snow event in 43 years. Heavy snow forced several Colorado school districts to send students home early Thursday. AP reported up to 2 feet (61 cm) of snow fell on Thursday at Rocky Mountain National Park, forcing the closure of all roads on the eastern side of the park. The storm also forced closed emergency centers to re-open in parts of Colorado.

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Satellites capture rapid movement of Arctic glacier (IMAGES)
Environment monitoring satellites have captured the rapid increase in speed of an Arctic glacier as it starts moving 13 times faster than before. The Negribreen glacier on Norway’s Spitsbergen island has seen a dramatic increase in ice surface speed over the past year with the pace jumping from one meter a day to a staggering 13 meters every 24 hours. This stunning surge in speed has been captured by the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Sentinel-1 satellites which are providing round the clock radar imaging of land and ocean for the space agency’s Copernicus program. “When a glacier ‘surges’ a large amount of ice flows to the end in an unusually short time,” the ESA explain. The reasons behind these surges are not fully understood, but they are believed to be caused by increases in the amount of heat or water in the lowest layers of the glaciers. A team of scientists from the ESA’s Climate Change Initiative are using satellite radar and optical coverage to map glaciers at different times and determine how they are changing.

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Technology Watch

Patent US20060145019
Triangular spacecraft
A spacecraft having a triangular hull with vertical electrostatic line charges on each corner that produce a horizontal electric field parallel to the sides of the hull. This field, interacting with a plane wave emitted by antennas on the side of the hull, generates a force per volume combining both lift and propulsion.

This invention is a spacecraft with a triangular hull having charged flat plates on the vertical corners of the three sides. The two rear corners are charged to a potential V. The forward corner is charged to a potential −V. The 60° angle on the corner creates a line charge density singularity that produces a huge horizontal electric field pointing from the back to the front of the craft which is also parallel to the sides of the triangle. An array of horizontal slot antennas located on the sides of the triangular hull produce an electromagnetic wave with the electric field polarized in the vertical direction. This combination of fields produces a spacetime force in both the vertical and horizontal directions such that the spacecraft receives a lift force and a force of propulsion.

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Skipping invasive surgery? Broken pig bones healed using tiny bubbles & ultrasound

A team of scientists has successfully repaired the broken bones of lab animals without invasive surgery, by using micro-bubbles and ultrasound to stimulate the growth of stem cells.

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The Ocean Cleanup – Amazing Technology Will Launch Within 12 Months
Today, Boyan Slat, CEO and founder of The Ocean Cleanup, announced The Next Phase to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Initially, Slat predicted clean up would begin in 2020, but with the new modifications and funding, he promised today to begin clean up within the next 12 months! Not only has Slat moved up the start time for clean up, he is also now estimating the removal of 50 percent of the garbage patch in just five years! Previously his team estimated 42 percent removal within ten years. The much needed break-through for the Ocean Cleanup team came with the discovery that it is not necessary to  fix the systems to the ocean sea bed. The systems could use anchors that float at just a few meters depth. This allows the systems to move with the currents, waves and winds. This break-through dramatically decreased costs. Additionally, it drastically increases the survivability of the systems because they no longer will have to withstand the entire force of the ocean. The systems will just float with the waves.

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In The News

Puerto Rico starts biggest ever US bankruptcy process
The US territory of Puerto Rico has begun a historic bankruptcy proceeding. On Wednesday, a US federal judge will start to sort out the Caribbean Commonwealth's $123 billion debt in a San Juan court. The issue could take years to resolve, as investors scramble to recover as much as they can on their bonds. Puerto Rico’s debt is still trading at elevated levels against what the island’s authorities have put aside for payment under its financial recovery strategy. Investors are raising concerns about whether they will be able to recoup at those prices. The Commonwealth is seeking to restructure over $70 billion in debt, from multiple agencies with another $45 billion in underfunded pension liabilities. However, analysts throw into question the chance of getting that level of recovery. “The 25 percent may be what the Commonwealth identified as available to cover debt service, but it doesn't necessarily mean that will be the ultimate recovery,” said Shaun Burgess, portfolio manager and lead trader for Puerto Rico strategy at Sarasota, Florida-based Cumberland Advisors, as quoted by Reuters.

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Flint blood tests may be inaccurate, underestimate lead levels, FDA & CDC warn
Federal officials are warning that certain lead tests manufactured by Magellan Diagnostics, which have been commonly used to test those affected by the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, may provide inaccurate results that underestimate lead levels. On Wednesday, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) both issued warnings about the validity of test results from Magellan Diagnostics’ LeadCare analyzers. The agencies say the devices “may provide results that are lower than the actual level of lead in the blood.” The FDA’s warning was issued for all four lead testing systems from Magellan Diagnostics including LeadCare, LeadCare II, LeadCare Plus and LeadCare Ultra. The agency is advising that lead tests using blood samples that are drawn from a vein should no longer be used. “The FDA is deeply concerned by this situation and is warning laboratories and health care professionals that they should not use any Magellan Diagnostics’ lead tests with blood drawn from a vein,” Jeffrey Shuren, the director of the FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health, said in the statement.

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Triad Theater
Calendar of Events

May 21st @ 3pm: SRO’s “12 Angry Men” - Last Day!
In honor of ARMED SERVICES DAY (20th) We are doing a special promotion for the final weekend (all weekend). $10 tickets for all Military Persons (active and veterans). That is half-off regular price. These tickets have been added to the regular priced tickets on this purchasing link:
Review of SRO’s “12 Angry Men”
Tickets also available at Gordon's Garden Center in Yelm.

May 17th & 18th @ 7pm: A Two night event - Dr. Andrew Iverson Presents "Nature's Detox"
Nature’s Detox brings new life to a healing art that has all but been forgotten. Before the advent of medications and surgeries, we could only depend on Nature’s medicines of food, herbs, and rest to allow the body to heal itself.

Part 1 Wed, May 17th - Fasting: an Ancient and Powerful Medicine
Discover the lost art of fasting and how it can benefit numerous conditions including hypertension, diabetes, asthma, allergies, skin conditions, arthritis, headaches, depression and chronic pain and fatigue.

Part 2 Thurs, May 18th - Complete Herbal Cleansing System
Every day we are exposed to thousands of toxic chemicals which can lead to disease. Most people cannot eliminate these pollutants adequately due to insufficient function of the liver, kidney and lymphatic systems. Discover which plants neutralize these harmful chemicals on contact and which can maximize the function of our detoxification organs.

‚ÄčEVERY Tuesday in May @ 7pm: Miracles & Inspiration - A Triad Regular Event
Join in as Scott Mowry keeps us updated on news here and around the globe - and that's a whole lotta news!! Come hear Scott tell it like it is!! Pay at the Door. Cost is $10.

May 26th & 27th: POSTPONED - With Andrew Basiago Friday is Lecture; Saturday is a catered Salmon Dinner
Lecture Only is $20. Lecture and Dinner 2 Night Package is $100. Dinner Only is $100. More details on poster below. Dinner seats will be limited so get your tickets ASAP--they will sell FAST!! Mr. Basiago will address the internet false headlines, accusations and rumors - DO NOT MISS THIS UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY!!
ANDREW BASIAGO TICKETS--Get dinner tickets while they last!!

Also May 26th & 27th: Buffalo Designs Pop-Up Shop
What's a Pop-Up Shop? There's a new store in town!! At least for 2 days and then it's gone again - hence the name "Pop-Up". Buffalo Designs will be in The Triad Gallery (front of the building - use Yelm Ave doors) selling their clothing line. Be sure to come in and pick up some new duds!! For a preview here is the link to Buffalo Designs website

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