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Zero Point : Volume I - Messages From The Past - FULL MOVIE 1080p

Published on Apr 2, 2012
It has recently come to my attention that Zero Point Vol I is blocked in some countries, the UK included. For those who cannot watch on youtube here is the link to vimeo, apologies :

Zero Point: Volume I - Messages from the Past. A full length independent documentary compilation from Vivid Pictures. This is the first volume of a three part series due out this year, consisting of excerpts from freely available information found online . Volume I - Messages from the Past features Graham Hancock, David Wilcock, Terrence McKenna and more, the film focuses on a hidden episode in human history, unlocking the secrets of the Precession of the Equnioxes and its significance. Zero Point uncovers the messages expressed through ancient monuments worldwide, examines various maps, monuments and artifacts which seem to reveal great secrets about the nature of time, our past and our future. It seems we are approaching a point in time known as the singularity, what does it all mean? How does it connect to Precession?We are missing a huge chunk of our history that could pave the way for a prosperous future, firstly we have to convince the masses that we are not the culmination of our culture, that we share a unique bond with the universe that cannot be understood until we grasp the practicalities of how certain monuments were constructed, why they were constructed and the message encoded in their construction. Going beyond the material we must also gain an understanding of ancient divinatory systems and how they can give us an insight into the physics of time itself, if time was the landscape that the ancients mapped then what were they trying to tell us?Be in little doubt, the message IS for us and we need to pay attention, for your consideration i give you Zero Point : Volume I - Messages From The Past

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The Wilderness of Mirrors : Part One

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Zero Point : Volume II - The Structure of Infinity

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Real NASA footage of fallen angels in space & a look into ancient structures on the moon



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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Nanotech clothing fabric 'never gets wet'

Nanotech clothing fabric 'never gets wet'

If you were to soak even your best raincoat underwater for two months it would be wet through at the end of the experience. But a new waterproof material developed by Swiss chemists would be as dry as the day it went in.

Lead researcher Stefan Seeger at the University of Zurich says the fabric, made from polyester fibres coated with millions of tiny silicone filaments, is the most water-repellent clothing-appropriate material ever created.
Drops of water stay as spherical balls on top of the fabric (see image, right) and a sheet of the material need only be tilted by 2 degrees from horizontal for them to roll off like marbles. A jet of water bounces off the fabric without leaving a trace (see second image).

Protective spikes

The secret to this incredible water resistance is the layer of silicone nanofilaments, which are highly chemically hydrophobic. The spiky structure of the 40-nanometre-wide filaments strengthens that effect, to create a coating that prevents water droplets from soaking through the coating to the polyester fibres underneath.
"The combination of the hydrophobic surface chemistry and the nanostructure of the coating results in the super-hydrophobic effect," Seeger explained toNew Scientist. "The water comes to rest on the top of the nanofilaments like a fakir sitting on a bed of nails," he says.

A similar combination of water-repelling substances and tiny nanostructures is responsible for many natural examples of extreme water resistance, such as the surface of Lotus leaves.
The silicone nanofilaments also trap a layer of air between them, to create a permanent air layer. Similar layers - known as plastrons - are used by some insects and spiders to breathe underwater.

Self-cleaning suit

This fine layer of air ensures that water never comes into contact with the polyester fabric. It can be submerged in water for two months and still remain dry to the touch, says Seeger.
In addition, the plastron layer can also reduce drag when moving from water by up to 20% according to preliminary experiments conducted by Seeger. "This could be very interesting for athletic swimwear applications," he suggests, raising the possibility of future swimsuits that never get wet.
The new coating is produced in a one-step process, in which silicone in gas form condenses onto the fibres to form nanofilaments. The coating can also be added to other textiles, including wool, viscose and cotton, although polyester currently gives the best results.

Durable invention

Experiments also showed that the new coating is durable. Unlike some water-resistant coatings, it remains more-or-less intact when the fabric is rubbed vigorously, although it didn't survive an everyday washing machine cycle.
For Steven Bell, director of the Innovative Molecular Materials Group at Queen's University Belfast, it is this durability that represents the really exciting aspect of this work.
"Although the textiles did show some degradation in the mechanical abrasion tests, their performance was very impressive," he says. "The era of self-cleaning clothes may be closer than we think."

Now two NEW large holes appear in Siberia

By The Siberian Times reporter
28 July 2014
Reindeer herders find more craters in the far north in a deepening puzzle for scientists. 

The funnel is a perfectly formed cone, say locals who are mystified at how it was formed. Its depth
 is estimated at between 60 and 100 metres and its diameter - more than four metres. Picture: Local
Millions of people around the world glimpsed the first giant hole after it was revealed by The 
Siberian Times hereand on The Siberian Times TV here.
Now news has emerged of two new similar formations in the permafrost, prompting more 
about their creation.
Theories range from meteorites, stray missiles, a man-made prank, and aliens, to an explosive 
cocktail of methane or shale gas suddenly exploding. The version about melting permafrost 
to climate change, causing a release of methane gas, which then forces an eruption is the 
favorite, though scientists are reluctant to offer a firm conclusion without more study.
Crater near Bovanenkovo gas field

Yamal crater near Bovanenkovo from above

Sides of Yamal crater near Bovanenkovo
First pictures from the big crater near Bovanenkovo gas field. Theories range from meteorites, 
stray missiles, 
a man-made prank, and aliens, to an explosive cocktail of methane or shale gas suddenly exploding.
 Andrey Naumenko, 'Yamal-Region'
The second is in the Yamal Peninsula - known to locals as 'the end of the world' -
 like the first. It is 
some hundreds kilometres from the first, which is close to a huge gas extraction plant at 
This new crater in the Taz district, near the village of Antipayuta, has a diameter of about 
15 metres. 
A deputy of the regional parliament - or duma - Mikhail Lapsui has examined this latest 
'I flew by helicopter to inspect this funnel on Saturday 19 July,' he said. 'Its diameter is about 
15 meters. 
'There is also ground outside, as if it was thrown as a result of an underground explosion. 
'According to local residents, the hole formed on 27 September 2013. Observers give several 
 According to the first, initially at the place was smoking, and then there was a bright flash. 
In the second 
version, a celestial body fell there.'
The Chief Scientist of the Earth Cryosphere Institute, Marina Leibman, told URA.RU website: 
'I have 
heard about the second funnel on Yamal, in Taz district, and saw the pictures. 
'Undoubtedly, we need to study all such formations. It is necessary to be able to predict their
 Each new funnel provides additional information for scientists.'
Yamal holes on the map

Crater near Antipayuta on the map

View of the crater in Antipayuta
This new crater in the Taz district, near the village of Antipayuta, has a diameter of about 15 metres.
 Pictures: Google maps, press service of the Governor YaNAO
The third crater and hole is in the Taymyr Peninsula, to the east of Yamal, 
in Kransoyark region. 
It was accidentally discovered by local herders, inhabitants of the northern village 
of Nosok. 
The funnel is a perfectly formed cone, say locals who are mystified at how it was formed. 
Its depth is
 estimated at between 60 and 100 metres and its diameter - more than four metres. 
The herders almost fell into the hole which lies on a pasturing route. They took pictures
 of the 
hole which 
were sent to scientists at the Norilsk Taimyr Explorers' Club. 
Experts - geologists, ecologists, and historians - have not come to a consensus about the origin 
of the
 funnel, say reports in the region. 
'It is not like this is the work of men, but also doesn't look like natural formation,' said one account. 
Hole on Taymyr on the map

Big hole on Taymyr near Nosok
The herders almost fell into the hole which lies on a pasturing route. They took pictures of the hole 
which were
 sent to scientists at the Norilsk Taimyr Explorers' Club. Pictures: Google maps,  Local residents
Further study is planned of this hole. 
The first hole is around 70 metres deep with an icy lake at its bottom. 
Please see our reports on the first hole here and here.

Mystery Behind Giant Hole in Siberia Clearer 

as 2nd Discovered

Marya Zulinova / Governor of Yamal-NenetsRegion's Press ServiceThe craters, believed to be formed by an underground explosion, are now filled with snow and ice.
Reindeer herders in Russia's Far North have discovered yet another mysterious giant hole
about 30 
kilometers away from a similar one found days earlier.
Located in the permafrost of the subarctic Siberian region of Yamal, which means
 "end of the earth" 
in the local Nenets language, both craters appear to have been formed in recent years 
nd have icy
 lakes at their bases.
Scientists who examined the first hole theorized that it could have been created when 
a mixture of 
water, salt and gas exploded underground, the Siberian Times news site reported. 
The area, which has one of Russia's richest deposits of natural gas, was covered by 
sea about 
10,000 years ago, and vast salt deposits were left behind.
"Global warming, causing an alarming melt in the ice under the soil, released gas causing 
an effect
 like the popping of a Champagne cork," the news report said, citing an expert at the Subarctic 
Scientific Research Center.
The first hole is estimated to be about 50 meters wide and 70 meters deep, with water 
from melting 
permafrost cascading down its sides into the icy deposit below.
The second hole is "exactly" like the first one, but "much smaller," local lawmaker Mikhail Lapsui 
told the Interfax-Ural news agency. "Inside the crater itself, snow can be seen."
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The mystery deepens.
Just days after a passing helicopter spotted a giant hole in northern Siberia
Scientists have yet to explain the first curious crater, and now they have more work on 
heir hands.
(Story continues below.)
One of the newly discovered holes was spotted by reindeer herders on the Yamal Peninsula
the first hole was spotted, The Moscow Times reported. It resembles the first hole and has a 
diameter of nearly 50 feet.
Herders also spotted the second newfound hole. It's hundreds of miles northeast in the
region and measures about 13 feet across, according to The Siberian Times.
Researchers who examined the first hole will now be dispatched to the other two formations to 
collect more data.
Scientists with the Russian Academy of Sciences' Institute of the Earth Cryosphere, 
which is leading t
the investigation, suspect that the first hole formed when melting permafrost triggered an 
of methane gas. That theory was bolstered when an icy lake was found at the bottom of the
 230-foot-deep hole.
Yet researchers have been reluctant to conclude definitively that a
 reaction spurred by climate change is what caused the hole.
"Undoubtedly, we need to study all such formations. It is necessary to be able to predict their 
occurrence," Marina Leibman, the institute's chief scientist, told Russian-language news site 
URA.RU, according to The Siberian Times. "Each new funnel provides additional information 
for scientists."
In the meantime, other possible explanations have been offered -- from a meteor impact to