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Moon Has a Really Long Tail That Strikes Earth Every Month

151,763 views • Apr 2, 2021
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Anton Petrov
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I took a photo tonight of Sirius and found an interesting artifact.


In the middle of the dark half circle there is what appears to be an object coming out of or going into the darkness. The object is at 90 degrees, which the last time I checked we can’t see light being bent at 90 degrees.

But then there is this.

If the angle of incidence is 90 degrees, then the angle of reflection will also be 90 degrees. However, an angle of incidence of 90 degrees means that the wave is parallel to the surface it’s incident on. The wave will never come in contact with the surface since they are parallel to each other.

The object central is definitely curving space time around it, thus the reason the object is curved.

Saturn - One Trillion Rings - Oddest Mysteries of the Ringed Planet | boxset 100 Mins Runtime

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New Discoveries on SATURN 2021 We are going to have to Rethink the Solar System FEATURE DOCUMENTARY

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Relativity Theory QUANTUM MYSTERY Solved by Elegant Solution of Quirky Physicist

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Took this photo while adjusting the eye piece in the camera adapter last night.

Just waiting, and hoping for the JWST to launch, and after (hopefully) the completed constructed ELT (in chile) :slight_smile:

Earth Has a Hidden Core Nobody Knew Existed, But Also…

92,939 views • Apr 6, 2021
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Anton Petrov
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#DrakeEquation #AreWeAlone #CoolWorlds

Drake Equation Deep Dive | Part 1

60,543 views • Apr 2, 2021
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Cool Worlds
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Large Structures Inside Earth Seem to be Remnants of a Dead Planet

76,571 views • Apr 11, 2021
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Anton Petrov
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During the early formation of the Sol system, planets like Mars and Earth would have been very molten at one point before solidifying. Another smaller object, most likely a very large ice chunk with a metal core, collided with the Earth, caused the Earth to cool down very rapidly along with depositing water on the surface.

If you look at the wobble of the Earth, something had to have struck Earth to create the wobble as the natural spinning of matter at the core of Earth would have created a symmetrical rotation of the Earth on its axis.

It seems that volcanoes are also related to this event on Earth.

Similar events on Mars may have caused the tallest Volcano on the solar system, which may be the asteroid belt.

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What If Dark Matter Is Just Black Holes?

303,764 views • Apr 13, 2021
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A project that I am working on that involves grapes and plasma being created in a microwave, The Great Pyramid of Giza, Khufu and King Tut.

I think I might have found two planets orbiting a star hidden in various images of Khufu, King Tut and the Great Pyramid.

Scientists Uncover The Supernovae That Created the Solar System

88,751 views • Apr 10, 2021
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Anton Petrov
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Unexplained Discoveries Coming From Uranus: X-Rays and Magnetosphere

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“Probing the Dark Universe” - A Lecture by Dr. Josh Frieman

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In this one-hour public lecture Josh Frieman, director of the Dark Energy Survey, presents an overview of our current knowledge of the universe and describe new experiments and observatories. Over the last two decades cosmologists have made remarkable discoveries:
Only 4 percent of our universe is made of ordinary matter - atoms, molecules, etc.
The other 96 percent is dark, in forms unlike anything with which we are familiar.
About 25 percent is dark matter, which holds galaxies and larger-scale structures together and may be a new elementary particle.
And 70 percent is thought to be dark energy, an even more mysterious entity which speeds up the expansion of the universe.
Josh Frieman is senior staff scientist at the Fermilab and Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics and member of the Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics at the University of Chicago.
The Dark Energy Survey is a collaboration of 300 scientists from 25 institutions on 3 continents, which built and uses a powerful 570-Megapixel camera on a telescope in Chile to carry out a 5-year survey of 300 million galaxies and thousands of supernovae to probe dark energy and the origin of cosmic acceleration.