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IAI: The Big Bang didn't happen | Eric Lerner.
Why do the JWST’s images inspire panic among cosmologists? And what theory’s predictions are they contradicting? The papers don’t actually say. The truth that these papers don’t report is that the hypothesis that the JWST’s images are blatantly and repeatedly contradicting is the Big Bang Hypothesis that the universe began 14 billion years ago in an incredibly hot, dense state and has been expanding ever since. Since that hypothesis has been defended for decades as unquestionable truth by the vast majority of cosmological theorists, the new data is causing these theorists to panic. β€œRight now I find myself lying awake at three in the morning,” says Alison Kirkpatrick, an astronomer at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, β€œand wondering if everything I’ve done is wrong.”
 

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These schmos think footprints in a riverbed are fossilized after sand filled them.in 12k years ago...
 

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Large solar eruption last week is hitting atmosphere this week could be aroras
 

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Dr. Sc. Habibullo Abdussamatov, Head of Space research laboratory of the Pulkovo Observatory said:
The Sun defines the climate, not carbon dioxide.
 

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All the workds water is disappearing? Or relocating?
Major rivers and lakes all drying up at same time? Or climate fags in media nudging?
 

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Fortune: China just ran into something that could be even more devastating for its supply chains than COVID-19 lockdowns: A record heat wave.

COVID-19 lockdowns in China threw a wrench into global supply chains earlier this year, causing shipping and production delays worldwide, and hindering economic growth.

Now, the country is facing another major threatβ€”and this one could be even worse for the economy.

China has been coping with its worst heat wave in 60 years this month, with temperatures in several provinces routinely reaching 40Β°C (104Β°F). But one key province is experiencing the worst financial repercussions from the suffocating heat.

In Sichuan, a regional manufacturing powerhouse that is home to more than 80 million people, the record heat wave has exacerbated an ongoing drought, cutting water levels at hydropower reservoirs in half this month, according to the Sichuan Provincial Department of Economics and Information Technology.

Sichuan relies on hydropower for roughly 80% of its energy needs, and with consumers using more energy than usual to stay cool during the heat wave, energy supplies are running short.

As a result, officials announced on Aug. 15 that factories in 19 cities and prefectures would be forced to close their doors for five days to reserve electricity for β€œuse by the people.”

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Oregon Public Broadcasting: Feds cut water off to Klamath farmers for remainder of season.

Federal officials announced on Thursday that water will be cut off to farmers in the Klamath Basin for the rest of the irrigation season.

The announcement from the federal Bureau of Reclamation was addressed to three irrigation districts in the farming communities along the Oregon-California border. It marks the end of available water that can be diverted from Upper Klamath Lake, the large body of water that feeds farms and several National Wildlife Refuges along the state line.


According to Paul Simmons, executive director of the Klamath Water Users Association, residents are frustrated because of mixed messages about how much water they would get this year.

β€œThere’s been just quite a lot of changing of information and expectations created and changed that have made this extremely troubling and not well received,” Simmons said.

Demands on water in the Klamath Basin are widespread, whether or not the region is in a severe drought.

A field ready for planting in the Klamath basin

File photo of a field ready for planting in the Klamath Basin.

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Water levels are maintained in Upper Klamath Lake to protect several species of endangered sucker fish. Water is also released from the lake to flow downriver, to protect habitat for endangered coho salmon. Several Native American tribes that live near Klamath Lake and the Klamath River also possess senior water rights, giving them priority access.

The same water is also in demand for a series of National Wildlife Refuges for migratory birds that are located along the Oregon-California border. Those refuges often go without water during years of low precipitation.

Simmons says at 62,000 acre feet, the water allotment for the 2022 growing season was only about 20% of what farmers wanted. But a wet spring led to hopes that irrigation supplies would be extended.

In a written response from the three irrigation districts, which make up nearly all the Klamath Project agricultural uses, Tulelake Irrigation District Manager Brad Kirby warned that the water shutdown could translate to crops dying prematurely this season
 

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The Associated Press - en EspaΓ±ol: Chinese farmers struggle as scorching drought wilts crops.
 

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The Associated Press - en EspaΓ±ol: China plans cloud seeding to protect grain crop from drought.
 

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Phys.org: Scientists evaluate Earth-cooling strategies with geoengineering simulations.
 

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Why is all the water dissapeared?

Who designed this psyop?

 

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Astronomers are concerned that the BlueWalker 3 satellite, which will use an antenna the size of a squash court to beam internet to mobile phones, could outshine everything in the night sky except for the moon

A large satellite launching to space tomorrow could become brighter than any other object in the night sky except the moon, raising concerns about its impact on astronomy.

The BlueWalker 3 satellite, built by Texas-based firm AST SpaceMobile, is set to be launched on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on 10 September. The satellite is designed to test the company’s technology to beam a cellular connection, including 4G or 5G internet, directly from a satellite to mobile phones, enabling users to receive mobile coverage in remote …
 

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Astronomers are concerned that the BlueWalker 3 satellite, which will use an antenna the size of a squash court to beam internet to mobile phones, could outshine everything in the night sky except for the moon

A large satellite launching to space tomorrow could become brighter than any other object in the night sky except the moon, raising concerns about its impact on astronomy.

The BlueWalker 3 satellite, built by Texas-based firm AST SpaceMobile, is set to be launched on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on 10 September. The satellite is designed to test the company’s technology to beam a cellular connection, including 4G or 5G internet, directly from a satellite to mobile phones, enabling users to receive mobile coverage in remote …
Do you remember Iridium flares? They had mirror-like antennae the size of a person that created dazzling points of light 100 times brighter than Venus. They occurred at predictable times and places and were fun to watch.

From the beginning of the space age until astronomy went digital, most deep-sky photos were criss-crossed with satellite trails, which could be avoided only by taking pictures directly into Earth's shadow. Now of course astronomers don't leave a piece of film exposed for an hour; they take hundreds of digital photos and stack them, deleting any that contain satellites.
 
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