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Washington: District of Cydonia
Quote:« Reply #263 on: May 15, 2009, 06:31:08 PM »

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@ 10:51 into the interview...you will see billy look to his LEFT.
He will look to his RITE

He will concur that i have him and his CRAFT entirely surrounded and outnumbered single-handedly.
:thwack: Not yer daddies mars anymore.  Whip



Amazing what patience can pay off while fools rush in.

Absolutely fucking brilliant improv hits itz Mark like a targeting elipse!!!
That was a long time in the making.

Improv into FACT!!!


Watch @ 10:51
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=end...HS4RU&NR=1
Will I AM has Returned the signal full circle.

« Reply #16 on: November 12, 2006, 05:07:22 PM »QuoteModifyRemove

Raising

What does it feel like to be under the scrutiny of your peers and proclaiming the Word: Bunk.
===._
Cydonia has what it takes to Validate the Work.
And As Peers who peer into this,we can all review.But to also cause,as simply a mere 32nd degree Anguish in the mind...
a Release.An Singular Event.
A Eureka! Needs the 33rd

The Consequences of the Truth we've thus uncovered,
Pale to the Brilliance that will cause Billy's iris to contract.
Glaringly obvious ---Cydonia will Ignite the Pyre Amid.
The salt of tear's will sting while his vision focuses.
The insight to now see what had been hid.
but please I entreat you to again scroll back up and re-read the Title of this thread.
Now that You can visualize a Title:

WASHINGTON DISTRICT of CYDONIA
==============================
(NOT: "Billies attempt at debunkery")

There is contrast in the validity.

Billy-I got yer Vanity Plate.
Ask-1-2-B-1
=====================.=
If you think you ever have a chance to get me in the corner.
I'll pallbear your casket precessing past all'a thread's mourners.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=end...HS4RU&NR=1
Looking up you'll see,you've finally come around.
And Loathe your deaf dumbness Hear the Lost Word now FOUND.

Be 3 to See The Sine of the Times.
Infinity,A line a new Paridigm.
Eternity,Align True Square ensign.
You Sent Two Cents,Lucent Pair-o-dimes.

Right in Front of your eyes you were shown that Ares' Face on Mars is Square-Based.
This is the Rite Stuff bro'

Your Cult's own working tools Damn you and Prove you false.
Cydonia Traces  the board.
And Face it,it won't be ignored.



"G" wiz.

=================================
Bill,Would it be Fair to say you could just as easily be called "Will"
Or,Say: William
Fellow Contibutor.
Will I AM.
I AM Will.

Q:What is Your:

First Wish?...errr if You so will?

A: 2-C-33.3
You Wish to See Light?

Then Don't scuutle off... away from your loved ones to lodge.
There are no lodgings @"The Lodge"
No Room at the INN.
for a'Womb's,babe within.
For The Seed is nutured.
And look how well it's grown.
Yes indeed an glimpse of future.
From the seed once sown.

===================.=
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Devil Billy.  Devil
You were charged with Studying geometry.
If you need some Tutoring.
Anomalist are at your service to ease you into hyperthought.

The Light you wish to see.
Transcends your willful blindness.

« Reply #16 on: November 12, 2006, 05:07:22 PM »

Perfect HIT!!! 
Along the vines of the Vineyard.
With a forked tongue the snake singsss...
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http://video.foxnews.com/v/1296738556001...er-launch/


Will I Am was the artist of song sung real.
That confirm MSL has landed!!!

Quote:Will.i.am talks about STEM education and beaming back songs from Mars25. 06. 12

Talking on the Graham Norton Show, on Friday, Will.i.am from the Black Eyed Peas confirms that one of his songs will be beamed back from Mars when the NASA Curiosity Rover lands in August (10 minutes in).

Will.i.am set up a STEM school in his home town. He talks about the importance of STEM education (11 minutes 20s) and the importance of getting more girls into STEM subjects. He plans to work with the Princes Trust on a STEM project in East London.

Listen to the interview.

He also put a video together, about the importance of science and engineering, with some of his celebrity friends last year.


Quote:
Originally Posted by F1Seb

What does Will I Am have to do with NASA and MSL?

I don't know, but I was watching a press conference on NASA TV yesterday and they where say that Curiosity will be sending back some [size=36pt]tones.


Will.I.Am just said he wrote a song for Curiosity and said there will be a surprise later, it will play his song 
Along the vines of the Vineyard.
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So I guess he wrote some sort of tune for Curiosity to to send back when it has landed safely , god help us.
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1290793/nasa-...on-mars/10


Wayyyyyy to cool
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hrm:
Quote:How did I miss this thread...
EA you rock !

Electric Ashalar indeed 
 

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The Cydo-Axis is Arrow Straight.
Aim:narrow, does not deviate.

Slice of occams's razor
Slice of Bamf pi
The arrow the eraser
of the BEAM in your Eye.
[move]___ ___ ___  _ [/move]
[move]LASER BEAM   Rover [/move]


Sir Robin at the contest
[Image: Robin-Hood-714558.jpg]
Veiled tho' in a hood.
Rooster in the Context
of the Cydo-neighbourhood

If asked what you have.
As armory in Quiver?
[Image: quiver--img-mdbff1b81b34ed015859fa70d0f28c198.jpg]
The task you have.
The Glamour or the Shiver.

Shiver as you Ponder.
How my words apply.
as you gaze yonder,
and watch the bolt fly.

The Arrow is Loosed: the bound Son's wince.[Image: 900701520_f1e62d8273_o.gif]
Fruit is split,and shows Crown and Quince

Why don't ya mean?
Plain ol' geology.
Cydonia seems
a plain of geometry
As the target is reached and the Fruit is split
The Facade is breached and You'll Intuiut it
What is Concealed
is Revealed ...

And The Truth Shall Conquer ALL[/quote]


Will I AM TElls the tale of the correct arrow and the correct target...his own son's head.

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I AM "Wills" this sew/so/sow






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:thwack:  not yer daddies mars anymore.   Whip
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Quote:a Release.An Singular Event.


That was the event where will i am's song was released from the msl ' curiousity'  mars rover to validate the aquired target was hit.
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Quote:
Billy:
I'm a Freemason and this is bunk. You can twist anything around enough to make it match what you like. Reminds me of this old song

"The Name Game"   

(Best played @ 33.3 RPM)
Recorded by: "Shirley Ellis"

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The name game!

Shirley!
Shirley, Shirley bo Birley Bonana fanna fo Firley
Fee fy mo Mirley, Shirley!

Lincoln! Lincoln, Lincoln bo Bincoln Bonana fanna fo Fincoln
Fee fy mo Mincoln
, Lincoln!

Come on everybody!
I say now let's play a game
I betcha I can make a rhyme out of anybody's name
The first letter of the name, I treat it like it wasn't there
But a B or an F or an M will appear
And then I say bo add a B then I say the name and Bonana fanna and a fo
And then I say the name again with an F very plain
and a fee fy and a mo
And then I say the name again with an M this time
and there isn't any name that I can't rhyme

Arnold!
Arnold, Arnold bo Barnold Bonana fanna fo Farnold
Fee fy mo Marnold Arnold!

But if the first two letters are ever the same,
I drop them both and say the name like
Bob, Bob drop the B's Bo ob
For Fred, Fred drop the F's Fo red
For Mary, Mary drop the M's Mo ary
That's the only rule that is contrary.

Okay? Now say Bo: Bo
Now Tony with a B: Bony
Then Bonana fanna fo: bonana fanna fo
Then you say the name again with an F very plain: Fony
Then a fee fy and a mo: fee fy mo
Then you say the name again with an M this time: Mony
And there isn't any name that you can't rhyme

Every body do Tony!
Pretty good, let's do Billy!
Very good, let's do Marsha!
A little trick with Nick!
The name game
Quote:Will I Am indeed...

[move]Surrounded.
Outnumbered.[/move]


Quote: Whistle Whistle Whistle

Lincoln! Lincoln, Lincoln bo Bincoln Bonana fanna fo Fincoln
Fee fy mo Mincoln
, Lincoln!
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William(Billy) the 32 degree freemason posting lyrics to a song recorded on a vinyl disc that rotates  @ 33.3 RPM.  Reefer  Rofl  Rofl
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past 2012  Rofl still...
[move]...Surrounded[/move]
[move]Outnumbered...[/move]
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(11-26-2006, 12:02 AM)EA Wrote: Up front so all will know.
Bob...
For the hundredth time.
And above all...
You are My Hero.

I aspire to have your abilities to inspire.
NEVER waiver.
You to me are unimpeachable in the quest and I model my attitude  to not take any bull-shit.

The world needs brave MEN.



and surely has no use for the sniping cowards and cowans.



007 chuckles to himself as he watches THM chip away as they hone the stone.

How we refine as we work away at it.

it is well past 2012.

The further to delve...



Into the mystery.

Eh Bloo???
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(10-14-2014, 09:17 PM)EA Wrote: past 2012  Rofl still...
...Surrounded  Sheep  Outnumbered...

Doh

End-of-world prediction interrupts TV broadcasts in Orange County
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By SCOTT SCHWEBKE | sschwebke@scng.com | Orange County Register

PUBLISHED: September 21, 2017 at 4:16 pm | UPDATED: September 21, 2017 at 7:03 pm


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Some Orange County residents were stunned Thursday, Sept. 21, when television programming was suddenly interrupted for about a minute with an ominous message predicting the end of the world.

Stacy Laflamme of Lake Forest said she was watching the HGTV channel via Cox Communications about 11:05 a.m. when suddenly an emergency alert flashed across her screen followed by a voice.

“Realize this, extremely violent times will come,” a man’s voice boomed, according to a video of the alert.

Laflamme said she was alarmed.

“It almost sounded like Hitler talking,” she said. “It sounded like a radio broadcast coming through the television.”

In addition to Cox, Spectrum cable customers in Orange County received the alert.

Erin Mireles of Diamond Bar was watching the Bravo channel on Spectrum’s cable system when her show was interrupted by the alert.

“I was definitely startled, ’cause the volume increased exponentially,” she said. “I wasn’t alarmed in the sense of thinking something was wrong, ’cause I assumed it was some sort of hack. My channel changed back to Bravo after a couple minutes.”

The mysterious alert became a hot topic on social media.



The problem occurred because of one or more radio stations conducting an emergency test, Joe Camero, a spokesman for Cox, said Thursday.

Cable systems pick up such alerts, and viewers should have seen just a typical emergency-broadcast test.

“With these tests, an emergency tone is sent out to initiate the test,”  Camero said. “After the tone is transmitted, another tone is sent to end the message. It appears that the radio station (or stations) did not transmit the end tone to complete the test.”

Then the broadcast picked up some audio feed that bleed into the alert.

Camero said Cox technicians shut down the emergency test as soon as they became aware of the problem.

“We don’t want to alarm anyone with any false emergency alerts,” he said.

Cox and Spectrum are investigating who sent out the alert and whether it was done accidentally or on purpose. It was unclear where the audio came from.

“We have confirmed that we were fed an incorrect audio file,” said Dennis Johnson, a spokesman for Spectrum.

It hasn’t been determined if the audio in the alert is related to a prophecy by David Meade, a  self-described “specialist in research and investigations” who believes catastrophic events will occur Saturday.
He predicts a constellation – a sign prophesied in the Book of Revelation – will reveal itself in the skies over Jerusalem, signaling the beginning of the end of the world, according to the Washington Post.

http://www.ocregister.com/2017/09/21/end...ge-county/
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Too late to migrate to Cydonia Doh 


radio alert is Tp 

Bob... Ninja Mellow Bong7bp
"The Morning Light, No sensation to compare to this, suspended animation, state of bliss, I keep my eyes on the circling sky, tongue tied and twisted just and Earth Bound Martian I" Learning to Fly Pink Floyd [Video: https://vimeo.com/144891474]
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Anu Way.   >>> ballistic capture  Assimilated   + (95.1% success rate) = Cydonia Now.

Quote:16 of 21 landing attempts (76%) have succeeded in recovering the rocket's first stage.




Quote:Dictionary
meme
mēm/
noun

  1. an element of a culture or system of behavior that may be considered to be passed from one individual to another by nongenetic means, especially imitation.
    • a humorous image, video, piece of text, etc., that is copied (often with slight variations) and spread rapidly by Internet users.



A New Way to Reach Mars Safely, Anytime and on the Cheap
Ballistic capture, a low-energy method that has coasted spacecraft into lunar orbit, could help humanity visit the Red Planet much more often
Getting spacecraft to Mars is quite a hassle. Transportation costs can soar into the hundreds of millions of dollars, even when blasting off during "launch windows"—the optimal orbital alignments of Earth and Mars that roll around only every 26 months. A huge contributor to that bottom line? The hair-raising arrivals at the Red Planet. Spacecraft screaming along at many thousands of kilometers per hour have to hit the brakes hard, firing retrorockets to swing into orbit. The burn can require hundreds of pounds of extra fuel, lugged expensively off Earth, and comes with some risk of failure that could send the craft careening past or even right into Mars.
This brute force approach to attaining orbit, called a Hohmann transfer, has served historically deep-pocketed space agencies well enough. But in an era of shrinking science budgets the Hohmann transfer's price tag and inherent riskiness look limiting.
Now new research lays out a smoother, safer way to achieve Martian orbit without being restricted by launch windows or busting the bank. Called ballistic capture, it could help open the Martian frontier for more robotic missions, future manned expeditions and even colonization efforts. "It's an eye-opener," says James Green, director of NASA's Planetary Science Division. "It could be a pretty big step for us and really save us resources and capability, which is always what we're looking for."

The premise of a ballistic capture: Instead of shooting for the location Mars will be in its orbit where the spacecraft will meet it, as is conventionally done with Hohmann transfers, a spacecraft is casually lobbed into a Mars-like orbit so that it flies ahead of the planet. Although launch and cruise costs remain the same, the big burn to slow down and hit the Martian bull's-eye—as in the Hohmann scenario—is done away with. For ballistic capture, the spacecraft cruises a bit slower than Mars itself as the planet runs its orbital lap around the sun. Mars eventually creeps up on the spacecraft, gravitationally snagging it into a planetary orbit. "That's the magic of ballistic capture—it's like flying in formation," says Edward Belbruno, a visiting associated researcher at Princeton University and co-author, with Francesco Topputo of the Polytechnic University of Milan, of a paper detailing the new path to Mars and the physics behind it. The paper, posted on arXiv, has been submitted to the journal Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy.

"A delicate dance"
Ballistic capture, also called a low-energy transfer, is not in of itself a new idea. While at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory a quarter century ago, Belbruno laid out the fuel-saving, cost-shaving orbital insertion method for coasting probes to the Moon. A Japanese vessel, called Hiten, first took advantage in 1991, as did NASA's GRAIL mission, launched in 2011.


Belbruno worked out how to let the competing gravities of Earth, the sun and moon gently pull a spacecraft into a desired lunar orbit. All three bodies can be thought of as creating bowl-like depressions in spacetime. By lining up the trajectory of a spacecraft through those bowls, such that momentum slackens along the route, a spacecraft can just "roll" down at the end into the moon's small bowl, easing into orbit fuel-free. "It's a delicate dance," Belbruno says.

Unfortunately, pulling off a similar maneuver at Mars (or anywhere else) seemed impossible because the Red Planet's velocity is much higher than the Moon's. There appeared no way to get a spacecraft to slow down enough to glide into Mars' gravitational spacetime depression because the "bowl," not that deep to begin with, was itself a too-rapidly moving target. "I gave up on it," Belbruno says.
However, while recently consulting for the Boeing Corp., the major contractor for NASA's Space Launch System, which is intended to take humankind to Mars, Belbruno, Topputo and colleagues stumbled on an idea: Why not go with the flow near Mars? Sailing a spacecraft into an orbital path anywhere from a million to even tens of millions of kilometers ahead of the Red Planet would make it possible for Mars (and its spacetime bowl) to ease into the spacecraft's vicinity, thus subsequently letting the spacecraft be ballistically captured. Boeing, intrigued by this novel avenue to Mars, funded the study, in which the authors crunched some numbers and developed models for the capture.

Expanding our Martian horizons
Ballistic capture is not the only fuel-saving technique for entering orbit. In another approach, called aerocapture, an arriving spacecraft dives into the Martian atmosphere and lets friction eat away at some of its excess velocity, rather than relying solely on a big fuel burn to do the trick. That method, however, requires a heavy heat shield, which adds extra mass and thus costs to liftoff, offsetting the penny-pinching on fuel for a Hohmann transfer burn on arrival. Ballistic capture, Topputo says, is "slower and gentler."


Ballistic capture therefore offers many advantages over current approaches for heading to Mars. Beyond avoiding the fuel-guzzling of a Hohmann transfer, for instance, it reduces danger to the craft because the vessel no longer must decelerate on a dime in a tight window near Mars, risking over- or undershooting its mark. The approach also drops fuel needs for the overall journey by 25 percent, Belbruno says, in a rough estimate. That reduction could be used to save money but it could also, instead, allow for bigger payloads at comparable prices. Delivering more mass to Martian orbit can then mean getting more robotic rovers, supplies or what have you to the surface. "What we want to do is leverage [ballistic capture] to put more mass on the ground," Green says. "That's the dream."

Avoiding the need to send the rocket up during rare launch windows would also be a big deal because launch delays are notoriously frequent. Missing a window can mean grounding a Mars mission for two years, plus wasted launch prep costs.

For 'bots, as well as bodies?
Ballistic capture does come with plenty of caveats, of course. A straight shot with abrupt braking at Mars takes about six months whereas a trip relying on ballistic capture would take an additional several months. The burn-free, capture altitude is also quite high—some 20,000 kilometers above Mars, far beyond where science satellites set up shop to scrutinize the planet up close. But taking along just a little extra fuel can then gently lower a ballistically captured spacecraft into scientifically valuable, standard orbits of around 100 to 200 kilometers like those achieved with Hohmann transfers—or even onward to the Martian surface for a landing.

For manned missions, ballistic transfer would be a mixed blessing. On one hand, its longer journeys would add to the challenges of ferrying people to Mars. We're already worried about Mars-bound explorers driving each other crazy stuck in a tin can for six months, not to mention soaking up unacceptably high space radiation doses. For that reason, robotic missions look to be the first potential beneficiaries of Belbruno and Topputo's new low-energy transfers.

On the other hand, because the need for launch windows would go away, ballistic capture could maintain a steady stream of supplies to the planet. Any extended Mars habitation effort would probably depend on Earth for materiel, at least until the establishment of self-sufficient farming and manufacturing. "Ballistic capture would be a good way to send supplies to Mars in advance of a manned mission," Belbruno says, "or as part of one."

NASA's Green agrees. "This [ballistic capture technique] could not only apply here to the robotic end of it but also the human exploration end," he says. Accordingly, Green arranged for Belbruno to speak with the agency’s Johnson Space Center staff back in October about how manned missions might exploit the concept.

Even further down the road, ballistic capture would be perfect, Belbruno says, for placing satellites into "areostationary" orbits—the same as geostationary, except at Mars (aka Ares). The upshot: Martian Internet and cell phone networks, anyone? If the new low-energy transfer works at Mars, it could, in theory, also be extended to deliver matter in bulk to any world in the solar system.

This potential breakthrough research is admittedly still in an early, theoretical phase. Ongoing work includes reworking the calculations of the physics by factoring in smaller influences on a Mars-bound spacecraft than the pull of gravity from Mars itself, such as Jupiter’s gravitational pull. NASA's Green said he envisions the agency wanting to test ballistic capture transfers at Mars in the 2020s.
Belbruno has his fingers crossed. "The route to the moon I found in 1991 was thought to be perhaps the only application of my theory," he says. "I am very excited about this Mars result."

https://www.scientificamerican.com/artic...the-cheap/



Launch statistics[edit]

Rockets from the Falcon 9 family have been launched 41 times over 7 years, resulting in 39 full mission successes (95.1% success rate), one partial success (with primary orbital payload delivery completed, but a secondary payload left in a lower-than-planned orbit), and one failure (with total loss of spacecraft). Additionally, one rocket and payload was destroyed before launch in preparation for an on-pad static fire test. 16 of 21 landing attempts (76%) have succeeded in recovering the rocket's first stage.
The first rocket version Falcon 9 v1.0 was launched 5 times from June 2010 to March 2013, its successor Falcon 9 v1.1 15 times from September 2013 to January 2016 and the latest upgrade Falcon 9 Full Thrust 21 times from December 2015 to present.



16 out of 21 landings!!!


The Plot Thickens!

Ballistic Capture and ANU Washington D.C.  LilD

Any old falcon 9 will do just fine...

You don't even have to have Will I Am Tell's precise aim.  Naughty

You can just let loose bolts! ---> ---> --->
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Eventually ...like improv It'll make itz mark my words.



When this thread started there was no talk of a whole lotta falcon 9 boosters laying around doing nothing.

Now we know.
Falcon horus
They can do the work

Ballistic capture, a low-energy method that has coasted spacecraft into lunar orbit, could help humanity visit the Red Planet much more often




 It's a PLOT!  Itza MEME › Washington: District of Cydonia 
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What a great old thread, as timeless as its subject.
I'll be going to DC a couple times this new year...
into the spelll... among the sigils...
On a satellite I ride. Nothing down below can hide.
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Actually what a perfect time for an update.


Quote:I'll be going to DC a couple times this new year...

into the spelll... among the sigils...

Happy new year Keith and all!

Take this Idea with you in your carry-on neuron luggage it weighs almost nothing except all  Ma'at In Mass @ En Masse'.

FREEMARTIAN LAW.
Spells and sigils of a feather weigh heavy together on the hearts of the mind's eye of mankind(s) non- visionaries.

Rise of the Anomalists.


Quote:“For services provided on Mars, or in transit to Mars via Starship or other colonization spacecraft, the parties recognize Mars as a free planet and that no Earth-based government has authority or sovereignty over Martian activities. Accordingly, Disputes will be settled through self-governing principles, established in good faith at the time of the Martian settlement.”


Yep.  we're gonna Go There.


[font="Roboto Slab", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Op-ed | No, Mars is not a free planet, no matter what SpaceX Antonino Salmeri says[/font]


by Antonino Salmeri — December 5, 2020

by — December 5, 2020

[font="Roboto Slab", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif][Image: Starship-on-Mars_SpaceX-879x485.jpg][font="Roboto Slab", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]A SpaceX Starship lifts off from a Mars base in this artist’s concept. Credit: SpaceX illustration[/font]

SpaceX makes no secret of its driving goal to make humans a multiplanetary species. Given SpaceX founder Elon Musk’s fixation on Mars and fondness for Tesla ‘Easter eggs’ and other gags, it’s hardly surprising to see Mars mentioned in the terms of service (ToS) agreement for beta users of its Starlink satellite broadband service. However, as a space lawyer, I certainly didn’t expect Starlink’s beta ToS to include the following provision:
“For services provided on Mars, or in transit to Mars via Starship or other colonization spacecraft, the parties recognize Mars as a free planet and that no Earth-based government has authority or sovereignty over Martian activities. Accordingly, Disputes will be settled through self-governing principles, established in good faith at the time of the Martian settlement.”
To be sure, SpaceX might have inserted Clause 9 as another one of Musk’s jokes that aren’t really jokes, like the time he invoked South Park’s infamous underwear gnomes in explaining how he intended to fund his ambitious Mars colonization plans. After all, there are no Starlink satellites orbiting Mars, and no prospective customers there yet, either. But international law is no laughing matter.
Taken literally, Starlink users must agree with SpaceX that Mars is a “free planet” and that disputes concerning Starlink services provided on Mars or while en route to the red planet via a SpaceX Starship — will be settled through self-regulation. But is this clause valid? What are the political implications of a transportation company proclaiming the legal status of a celestial body? Does such an attempt make strategic sense?
[font="Roboto Slab", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]LEGAL ASPECTS[/font]
From a legal viewpoint, Clause 9 of Starlink’s terms of service should be regarded as void. Simply put, declaring Mars as a “free planet” and refusing any Earth-based authority over Martian activities conflicts with the international obligations of the United States under the Outer Space Treaty, which naturally take precedence over contractual terms of services.
First, under Articles I and III of the treaty, international law applies in outer space, including the moon and other celestial bodies, and influences all activities conducted thereby. Accordingly, Mars cannot be considered a “free planet” left to “self-governing principles” of dubious nature and origin, because it is rather fully subjected to the rule of law.
[Image: mars_landing-mobile-304x253.jpg][font="Roboto Slab", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]A passenger-laden Starship enters Mars’ atmosphere in this artist’s concept. Credit: SpaceX illustration[/font]
Further, Starlink’s refusal of Earth-based governmental authority on Mars is in clear violation of Article VIII of the treaty. According to this provision, states “retain jurisdiction and control”over any registered space objects and “any personnel thereof, while in outer space or on a celestial body.”
This principle is known as “quasi-territorial” jurisdiction and serves the purpose of ensuring the applicability of relevant national laws, preventing space from being abandoned to the rule of the strongest.
As an American company, SpaceX is obliged under U.S. law to respect these rules in order to get licenses from the U.S. government to conduct commercial launches and provide satellite services. This is mandated by Article VI of the treaty, according to which nongovernmental activities in space require the “authorization and continuing supervision of the appropriate State,” which is internationally responsible for assuring that these activities “are carried out in conformity with the provisions set forth in the present Treaty.”
As such, any attempt to declare “Mars as a free planet” and reject the authority of “Earth-based government” over Martian activities is in violation of international space law and would consequently bear no legal effect on third parties.
[font="Roboto Slab", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS[/font]
SpaceX’s declaration on the legal status of Mars is not without political implications. Interestingly enough, a thorough look at the first part of Starlink’s terms of service Clause 9 shows that SpaceX doesn’t seem to have problems with “Earth-based authority” regulating lunar activities:
“For Services provided to, on or in orbit around the planet Earth or the Moon, these Terms and any disputes […] will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California in the United States.”
Nevertheless, under international space law there are no grounds to distinguish between the moon and Mars; the same rules apply to “the Moon and other celestial bodies.” Assuming SpaceX knows this, it appears that the company is sending a political message to subvert the status quo and establish a separate regime for Mars.
Now, if SpaceX was merely an internet service provider, the issue would be purely theoretical with no reason for any further concern. However, SpaceX fully intends to send the first humans to Mars. As such, the company’s refusal to respect international law once its en route could put SpaceX’s passengers in real peril. These early passengers would fully depend on SpaceX for their survival en route to Mars and while on the surface, not to mention their prospects for returning to Earth. One the one hand, you have a company that controls the means to survival; on the other hand, you have a group of fragile individuals potentially stranded in an incredibly hostile environment a long, long way from home.
How could SpaceX seriously refer to principles established in “good faith” given such a massive imbalance of power? Politically speaking, declaring Mars a “free planet” would condemn its first inhabitants to the indisputable will of a private corporation — a dangerous situation threatening the fundamental rights of any human traveling with SpaceX.
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Truth to be told, any attempt to escape international law on Mars may actually turn out to be strategically counterproductive. First, as any international lawyer knows, the only support for declaring Mars a “free planet” can only come from the applicability of international law, not its denial.
Under Article I (2) of the UN Charter, any independent community of humans enjoys the right to self-determination. If and when SpaceX’s vision of a million people living on Mars becomes a reality, there is no doubt that this community would be entitled to political independence and self-regulation. However, this outcome can neither be imposed in advance nor accomplished against international law. Rather, it can only develop from the natural evolution of the circumstances, under the safeguards of the rule of law.
In the early stages, any Martian settlement will have to rely on Earth’s supplies, technologies, personnel and overall logistical support. Conversely, this dependence will also imply the legitimate exercise of Earth-based authority in order to protect the settlement from degenerating into violence and Wild West types of behaviors.
Later, when the settlement has developed an autonomous structure and a balanced division of powers, then independence and self-regulation would naturally follow — but not a minute before the conditions for protecting fundamental rights are established.
Finally, another reason why SpaceX’s declaration may become counterproductive can be identified by looking at the company’s core business: launching spacecraft for a government-heavy customer base. Openly refusing governmental authority while still depending on governmental contracts is not exactly a smart move; it undermines the credibility of SpaceX as a reliable partner and advantages its competitors.
If a government had to choose between an expensive service from a company pledging allegiance to the rule of law and a cheap one from an enterprise trying to impose “self-governing principles established in good faith,” there is little doubt which one will be awarded a contract. Actually, with such terms of service, SpaceX would not even be authorized to launch its Starships toward Mars in the first place.
There can be no doubts that applying international law on other celestial bodies is the best way to preserve the exploration and use of outer space as the province of all humankind. Space activities, no matter where in the solar system, shall always be conducted under the safeguards of the rule of law. No company should be allowed to question this essential principle in the attempt to turn outer space into a modern Wild West.
SpaceX’s defiance of international law should be taken very seriously and stopped now, before the company is able to push it to the point of establishing its private domain on Mars. The future of space as a peaceful, fair and inclusive domain may very well depend on this.
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[i]This article originally appeared in the Nov. 16, 2020 issue of SpaceNews magazine.[/i]


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Quote:There can be no doubts that applying international law on other celestial bodies is the best way to preserve the exploration and use of outer space as the province of all humankind. Space activities, no matter where in the solar system, shall always be conducted under the safeguards of the rule of law. No company should be allowed to question this essential principle in the attempt to turn outer space into a modern Wild West.



Antonio Salmeri...You are delusional.
https://spacenews.com/op-ed-no-mars-is-n...acex-says/

[i]The New Cydonians that will seed the FreeMartian colonies will not return to Earth and will fail to recognize your myopic Earth Geocentric view.[/i]

The New Cydonians that will seed the FreeMartian colonies will not return to Earth and will fail to recognize your myopic Earth Geocentric view

Free Martians will Use Mars as the Standard Rule and Measure of all others accordingly.

You Copy...Right ? Roger that@ all Ma'at.
Copy Rite ? 
All Rites Reversed Sheep All Rights Reserved Copy write?

Big Bad Billy is sweet Will I Am now-Van Halen

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[font="Open Sans", Arial, sans-serif]This Grand Architect, Jacob further explained, is akin to a Deistic creator rather than a personal God as envisioned by Christianity. The concept of Deism, which has its origins in the 17th century [font="Open Sans", Arial, sans-serif]Enlightenment[/font], promotes the idea that the supreme being is like the ultimate "watchmaker;" a deity that created the universe but does not play an active role in the lives of its creations. [/font]



Quote:[font="Open Sans", Arial, sans-serif]Is Freemasonry still relevant?[/font]

https://www.livescience.com/freemasons.html


[font="Open Sans", Arial, sans-serif]Freemasons: Behind the veil of secrecy[/font]

[font="Open Sans", Arial, sans-serif][font="Open Sans", Arial, sans-serif]By Tom Garlinghouse August 13, 2020[/font]
[font="Open Sans", Arial, sans-serif]Freemasons have managed to remain mysterious for hundreds of years.[/font][/font]



https://www.livescience.com/freemasons.html

Relevant in a relativistic sense of the sol system itz within.

[b]EA[/b] #205Monday, November 10th, 2008, 10:15 pm
I forsee a Day when they Say: " Uncle."

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A Pyramid Has a Capstone,true.
But the Population of the Pyramid Base can be Dissassembled and the casing Blocks REMOVED and re-utilised on other projects...Deemed more pressing and urgent to the newcomers that arrive to annex the site though they never did build it.
Just Like the Great Pyramid was stripped of it's Fine White Polished reflective Limestone Lambskin. America Can Restore the Altruist aim of their Society...and wrestle it from the dark Grip currently on itz throat...

I wish USA well(Thanx for the 'Base' Image 007! Of course I added colour commentary


If Mars is where we will base new/old standards upon in a two world one sun species the unnavoidable fact that evolution will occur in the Free Martian Genome will eventually cause them to be ill-suited for life on earth anymore,therefore the new mankind shall not suffer the spears of the old tribes that wish it enslaved before it runs free throughout new history.

(12-31-2008, 10:14 PM)EA recall: When this thread started there was no talk of a whole lotta falcon 9 boosters laying around doing nothing.Falcon 9's were so yesteryear...  Starships ascendent now. Wrote: To ANU the year...Don't Misconstrue your fears.
No matter where you go...There I am in arguement.
In The Mosh-Pit:

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C'mon! Baby are you ready yet?
How long do I have to wait?
Let's go...the Party's getting started.
Get in on the action before itz too late!

Jump in,revvin' up the Engine now.
In gear ...Pedal to THE FLOOR!!!
Green Light and we're ALLLLLLL good to go.
That's what New years eve is for.

[font=Roboto, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif][font="Roboto Condensed", "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Low rattling: A predictive principle for self-organization in active collectives
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In classical statistical mechanics, the deterministic dynamics of a many-body system are replaced by a probabilistic description. Chvykov et al. work toward a similar description for the nonequilibrium self-organization of collectives of active particles. In these systems, continuously input energy drives localized fluctuations, but larger-scale ordering can emerge, such as in the flight of a flock of birds. A key concept in their theory is the importance of rattling, whereby ordered patterns emerge through local collisions between neighbors at specific frequencies. The authors demonstrate this behavior using a set of flapping robots and produce related simulations of the robot behavior.
Science, this issue p. 90
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Self-organization is frequently observed in active collectives as varied as ant rafts and molecular motor assemblies. General principles describing self-organization away from equilibrium have been challenging to identify. We offer a unifying framework that models the behavior of complex systems as largely random while capturing their configuration-dependent response to external forcing. This allows derivation of a Boltzmann-like principle for understanding and manipulating driven self-organization. We validate our predictions experimentally, with the use of shape-changing robotic active matter, and outline a methodology for controlling collective behavior. Our findings highlight how emergent order depends sensitively on the matching between external patterns of forcing and internal dynamical response properties, pointing toward future approaches for the design and control of active particle mixtures and metamaterials.
https://www.sciencemag.org/about/science-licenses-journal-article-reuse
This is an article distributed under the terms of the Science Journals Default License.

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Earth =.666 LilD  Sheep Angel 1 ANU = Mars 
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with a disordered order the snake rattles.
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Back in the day of the collective conscience and anomaly networkz
May Keith Tune the district back to standard tuning.

Base Ten Bass Tune.




Low rattling: A predictive principle for self-organization in active collectives
Rise of the anomalists>


A Ten they ain't is as attenuate was.


The New Cydonians... never knew they ain't even old yet.
Keith...US old folk hope you change the world.


Eye;ll/I will deux my part so as to reflect upon and recall days gone by as we can all look to those years before us  Arrow
http://thehiddenmission.com/forum/index.php


Naughty Faux See  youareaduck Fauci


Quote:The planetary protection strategy has three broad objectives. One is to create a “risk assessment and science-based guidelines”
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Quote:[font="Roboto Slab", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Planetary protection has traditionally been an issue primarily for NASA. The agency has been working to update its own planetary protection policies, based on recommendations made by an independent review board last year. In July, NASA announced it was issuing new interim directives to both reclassify most of the moon into a lower category that has no planetary protection requirements, as well as to study how to make planetary protection guidelines compatible with future human missions to Mars.[/font]

[font="Roboto Slab", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]“We’re very fine with what NASA has done, but the problem is that the NASA rules and interim directives don’t really apply to the private sector,” said the administration official. The strategy follows what the official described as a “light touch” approach for any planetary protection regulations for private missions. “We’re trying to find ways so that people can go forward, but to do so safely.”[/font]






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by Jeff Foust — December 30, 2020
[font="Roboto Slab", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif][Image: 1-PIA23764-RoverNamePlateonMars-879x485.jpg][font="Roboto Slab", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Plans for Mars sample return, starting with the Mars 2020 rover mission (above), along with growing private sector interest in missions beyond Earth, prompted the creation of a new national strategy to update planetary protection policies. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

WASHINGTON — The White House released a national strategy for planetary protection Dec. 30, outlining new assessments to prevent terrestrial contamination of other worlds and vice versa.
The National Strategy for Planetary Protection, developed by an interagency working group led by the National Space Council and Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), outlines work to be done over the next year to update planetary protection policies, considering both scientific advances as well as growing private capabilities in space exploration.
The strategy is designed to implement a portion of the updated National Space Policy, released Dec. 9, that calls on OSTP, in cooperation with NASA and other agencies, to develop new planetary protection guidelines “working with scientific, commercial, and international partners, for the appropriate protection of planetary bodies and Earth from harmful biological contamination.”
“Current and future missions to Mars and other destinations necessitate a strategy to support a safe, sustainable, and predictable Earth and space environment,” Scott Pace, executive secretary of the National Space Council, said in a statement. “By establishing objectives for the implementation of the 2020 National Space Policy’s direction on planetary protection, this strategy continues American leadership in scientific discovery, human exploration, and private sector space activities.”
The planetary protection strategy has three broad objectives. One is to create a “risk assessment and science-based guidelines” for mitigating what’s known as “forward contamination,” or contamination of other worlds by terrestrial life. It also directs an assessment of the role of planetary protection in the government’s payload review process for private missions.
A second objective seeks to avoid “backward contamination,” or potential contamination of the Earth by any extraterrestrial life. The strategy directs agencies to develop various frameworks for assessing risks of sample return missions and other sources of backward contamination, as well as an approval framework for such missions and procedures for safely handling materials returned from beyond Earth.
A third objective seeks to incorporate private sector views on planetary protection issues given the growing capabilities of, and interest by, companies in flying missions to other worlds, in particular Mars. That objective includes work by the government to develop guidelines for authorization and continuing supervision of private sector missions to destinations with planetary protection implications.
The strategy does not set any new policy, but instead outlines work on various issues to be done over the next year. “Really it’s a work plan,” said an administration official, speaking on background. “It’s a strategy laying out work that’s going to be done over the next nine months to a year.”
Planetary protection has traditionally been an issue primarily for NASA. The agency has been working to update its own planetary protection policies, based on recommendations made by an independent review board last year. In July, NASA announced it was issuing new interim directives to both reclassify most of the moon into a lower category that has no planetary protection requirements, as well as to study how to make planetary protection guidelines compatible with future human missions to Mars.
“We’re very fine with what NASA has done, but the problem is that the NASA rules and interim directives don’t really apply to the private sector,” said the administration official. The strategy follows what the official described as a “light touch” approach for any planetary protection regulations for private missions. “We’re trying to find ways so that people can go forward, but to do so safely.”
The strategy also seeks to leverage the expertise of other agencies. The interagency working group included several Cabinet-level departments, from Agriculture and Health and Human Services to Commerce and State. It also included the Centers for Disease Control, Environmental Protection Agency and the Federal Aviation Administration, among others.
Many of them were brought in to support work on backward contamination. “It’s a great opportunity to bring in departments and agencies who may not have worked together on this issue historically,” said an administration official, “but are very excited to be doing so now.”
“There’s really no reason for the space guys to reinvent the wheel. There’s tons of great expertise out there,” an official added.
The planetary protection strategy is part of a surge of space policy activity by the White House in the final weeks of the Trump administration. In addition to the updated National Space Policy, the White House released a space nuclear strategy Dec. 16, outlining priorities for development of nuclear power and propulsion capabilities and related policy issues.[/font]


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Washington D.C. concerning Cydonia and the rest of Mars: 
https://spacenews.com/white-house-releas...-strategy/
Along the vines of the Vineyard.
With a forked tongue the snake singsss...
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(08-11-2012, 09:20 PM)EA Wrote:
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@ 10:51 into the interview...you will see billy look to his LEFT.
He will look to his RITE

He will concur that i have him and his CRAFT entirely surrounded and outnumbered single-handedly.
:thwack: Not yer daddies mars anymore.  Whip



Amazing what patience can pay off while fools rush in.

Absolutely fucking brilliant improv hits itz Mark like a targeting elipse!!!
That was a long time in the making.

Improv into FACT!!!


Watch @ 10:51
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=end...HS4RU&NR=1
Will I AM has Returned the signal full circle.

« Reply #16 on: November 12, 2006, 05:07:22 PM »QuoteModifyRemove

Raising

What does it feel like to be under the scrutiny of your peers and proclaiming the Word: Bunk.
===._
Cydonia has what it takes to Validate the Work.
And As Peers who peer into this,we can all review.But to also cause,as simply a mere 32nd degree Anguish in the mind...
a Release.An Singular Event.
A Eureka! Needs the 33rd

The Consequences of the Truth we've thus uncovered,
Pale to the Brilliance that will cause Billy's iris to contract.
Glaringly obvious ---Cydonia will Ignite the Pyre Amid.
The salt of tear's will sting while his vision focuses.
The insight to now see what had been hid.
but please I entreat you to again scroll back up and re-read the Title of this thread.
Now that You can visualize a Title:

WASHINGTON DISTRICT of CYDONIA
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(NOT: "Billies attempt at debunkery")

There is contrast in the validity.

Billy-I got yer Vanity Plate.
Ask-1-2-B-1
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If you think you ever have a chance to get me in the corner.
I'll pallbear your casket precessing past all'a thread's mourners.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=end...HS4RU&NR=1
Looking up you'll see,you've finally come around.
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And Loathe your deaf dumbness Hear the Lost Word now FOUND.

Quote:#988
Sunday, October 25th, 2020, 04:41 am


You reed this write???Ask i/us about papyrus...lol.
Word.
Baked Clay recall:
Cue informed what itz rhymes wit.


The VWFA is specialized for reading only in literate individuals. Some researchers had hypothesized that the pre-reading VWFA starts out being no different than other parts of the visual cortex that are sensitive to seeing faces, scenes or other objects, and only becomes selective to words and letters as children learn to read or at least as they learn language.
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"We found that isn't true.  [Image: naughty.gif]  Even at birth, the VWFA is more connected functionally to the language network of the brain than it is to other areas," Saygin said. "It is an incredibly exciting finding."

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Humans are born with brains 'prewired' to see words
by Jeff Grabmeier, The Ohio State University
[Image: humansarebor.jpg]Even before they can read, children's brains are prewired to see words. Credit: The Ohio State University
Humans are born with a part of the brain that is prewired to be receptive to seeing words and letters, setting the stage at birth for people to learn how to read, a new study suggests.

Analyzing brain scans of newborns, researchers found that this part of the brain—called the 'visual word form area' (VWFA) - is connected to the language network of the brain.
"That makes it fertile ground to develop a sensitivity to visual words—even before any exposure to language," said Zeynep Saygin, senior author of the study and assistant professor of psychology at The Ohio State University.
The VWFA is specialized for reading only in literate individuals. Some researchers had hypothesized that the pre-reading VWFA starts out being no different than other parts of the visual cortex that are sensitive to seeing faces, scenes or other objects, and only becomes selective to words and letters as children learn to read or at least as they learn language.
"We found that isn't true. Even at birth, the VWFA is more connected functionally to the language network of the brain than it is to other areas," Saygin said. "It is an incredibly exciting finding."
Saygin, who is a core faculty member of Ohio State's Chronic Brain Injury Program, conducted the study with graduate students Jin Li and Heather Hansen and assistant professor David Osher, all in psychology at Ohio State. Their results were published today in the journal Scientific Reports.
The researchers analyzed fMRI scans of the brains of 40 newborns, all less than a week old, who were part of the Developing Human Connectome Project. They compared these to similar scans from 40 adults who participated in the separate Human Connectome Project.
The VWFA is next to another part of visual cortex that processes faces, and it was reasonable to believe that there wasn't any difference in these parts of the brain in newborns, Saygin said.
As visual objects, faces have some of the same properties as words do, such as needing high spatial resolution for humans to see them correctly.
But the researchers found that, even in newborns, the VWFA was different from the part of the visual cortex that recognizes faces, primarily because of its functional connection to the language processing part of the brain.
"The VWFA is specialized to see words even before we're exposed to them," Saygin said.
"It's interesting to think about how and why our brains develop functional modules that are sensitive to specific things like faces, objects, and words," said Li, who is lead author of the study.
"Our study really emphasized the role of already having brain connections at birth to help develop functional specialization, even for an experience-dependent category like reading."
The study did find some differences in the VWFA in newborns and adults.
"Our findings suggest that there likely needs to be further refinement in the VWFA as babies mature," Saygin said.
"Experience with spoken and written language will likely strengthen connections with specific aspects of the language circuit and further differentiate this region's function from its neighbors as a person gains literacy."
Saygin's lab at Ohio State is currently scanning the brains of 3- and 4-year-olds to learn more about what the VWFA does before children learn to read and what visual properties the region is responsive to.
The goal is to learn how the brain becomes a reading brain, she said. Learning more about individual variability may help researchers understand differences in reading behavior and could be useful in the study of dyslexia and other developmental disorders.
"Knowing what this region is doing at this early age will tell us a bit more about how the human brain can develop the ability to read and what may go wrong," Saygin said. "It is important to track how this region of the brain becomes increasingly specialized."
[b]More information:[/b] Jin Li et al, Innate connectivity patterns drive the development of the visual word form area, Scientific Reports (2020). DOI: 10.1038/s41598-020-75015-7
[b]Journal information:[/b] Scientific Reports 






Be 3 to See The Sine of the Times.
Infinity,A line a new Paridigm.
Eternity,Align True Square ensign.
You Sent Two Cents,Lucent Pair-o-dimes.

Right in Front of your eyes you were shown that Ares' Face on Mars is Square-Based.
This is the Rite Stuff bro'

Your Cult's own working tools Damn you and Prove you false.
Cydonia Traces  the board.
And Face it,it won't be ignored.



"G" wiz.

=================================
Bill,Would it be Fair to say you could just as easily be called "Will"
Or,Say: William
Fellow Contibutor.
Will I AM.
I AM Will.

Q:What is Your:

First Wish?...errr if You so will?

A: 2-C-33.3
You Wish to See Light?

Then Don't scuutle off... away from your loved ones to lodge.
There are no lodgings @"The Lodge"
No Room at the INN.
for a'Womb's,babe within.
For The Seed is nutured.
And look how well it's grown.
Yes indeed an glimpse of future.
From the seed once sown.

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Devil Billy.  Devil
You were charged with Studying geometry.
If you need some Tutoring.
Anomalist are at your service to ease you into hyperthought.

The Light you wish to see.
Transcends your willful blindness.

« Reply #16 on: November 12, 2006, 05:07:22 PM »

Perfect HIT!!! 

Recall:
Along the vines of the Vineyard.
With a forked tongue the snake singsss...
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Mars WILL have it's OWN Declaration of Independence and Constitution and Laws that cover the Planet, it's Moons and ALL it's ORBITAL paths. Any and ALL spacecraft currently in Orbit will be COMPELLED to COMPLY with the LAWS of Martian Citizens. If Martians come under ANY type of 'surveillance' that Martian Citizens take issue; they will have the inalienable right and freedom to use any force necessary to keep the Martian Citizens free and living happily in the way they determine. PERIOD!

Bob...CockRoaches In Action still have me 'barely' seeing website activity.
"The Morning Light, No sensation to compare to this, suspended animation, state of bliss, I keep my eyes on the circling sky, tongue tied and twisted just and Earth Bound Martian I" Learning to Fly Pink Floyd [Video: https://vimeo.com/144891474]
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