September 23, 2016

De tror på rumvæsner (blogger:".. Selvom DR serien - Gintberg og Huxi - Do it like Denmark - gør grin med fænomenet, en rejse til USA, om en flok UFO-folk, der hellere vil kigge på rumskibe end stemme til præsidentvalget...så er det bemærkelsesværdig, at flere og flere danske medier er begyndt, så småt, at tage hul på bylden omkring emnet UFO'er... Nu også information, der har sendt en artikel ud omkring projektet 'Phenomena', en bog og en udstilling, der sætter fokus på de mennesker, der lever med en dyb tro på, at der er andet liv i universet... Der gøres stadigvæk tyk grin om emnet, men en begyndelse trodsalt på et stigmatiseret miljø som ingen tør snakke om... andet end amerikanere og en håndfuld danskere..")

Tekst: Barbera Hilton
Fotos: Sarah Brincher Galbiati, Peter Helles Eriksen og Tobias Selnæs Markussen

De tror på rumvæsner


Mennesker, der tror på ufoer og besøgende rumvæsner, må ikke afvises som tosser. For hvad nu, hvis det bare er mennesker, der prøver at få deres verden til at give mening?

Lsæ mere: information.dk

NASA insists there are 'NOT aliens' on Jupiter's moon ahead of major announcement ("..Unfortunately the space agency posted a tweet of its own that poured cold water on notions of watery aliens on Europa. It read: "Monday, we'll announce new findings from Jupiter's moon Europa. Spoiler alert: NOT aliens...")

A plume of water vapour erupting from the icy surface of Jupiter's moon Europa, as the count down has begun for a mission to discover whether life might exist on Jupiter's moon Europa

The moon has a global ocean beneath its icy crust that many experts believe could harbour life. 

Europa, an ice-covered ocean moon
NASA; JPL; Michael Benson. Kinetikon Pictures
Nasa's "teaser" announcement sparked a frenzy of excitement in the Twittersphere with space enthusiasts trying to guess what might have been found.
Many picked up on the excitement and speculated that we were about to hear about an alien discovery.

Use A Potato To Keep Your Room Lit For Over A Month (Reuters Video)


Cailyn Finkel -
Instead of plugging a lamp into a wall socket or flipping the switch of your overhead light, try illuminating your room with a potato.
Yes - you read that correctly. With one scientific process, a simple potato can light up an LED bulb for an entire month if it's done correctly.
Haim Rabinovitch, a professor of science and agriculture, attached a classic copper cathode and zinc anode together with a metal wire conductor and let the potato "cook" for eight minutes. That's when he discovered the charged potato could produce a harnessable form of electricity. 
This charge not only ran through the potato, but it had the capability to illuminate an LED lightbulb bright enough to light a room for over 40 days!
The specific compilation of elements with the potato is great for scientific discovery and progress, but it's also helpful for third-world countries that don't have the power, money or resources to use electricity and modern-day light bulbs. However, if provided with electronically charged potatoes (and it's made clear that they're not for eating), these rural areas could be brightened without spending millions in infrastructure overhauls. 
There's an endless number of possibilities for these light-bearing vegetables, and Professor Haim is just getting started!
Learn even more about this incredible scientific vegetable battery here!