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11 février 2014 2 11 /02 /février /2014 12:18

Le blog passera en privé le w-e prochain.

 

J'enverrais le code par mail, il faut faire la demande sur illarramendi.archi@hotmail.fr

 

Pour ceux qui ont déjà demandé, j'ai enregistré les demandes.

 

Bonne journée.

 

 

Mise à jour.

 

J'ai enregistré toutes les nouvelles demandes mais je ne pourrais peut-être pas répondre à toutes individuellement. Pour répondre à une question, bien entendu, le blog restera "gratuit"....

 

Si je fais cela, c'est pour garantir une plus grande liberté de parole. Nous allons entrer dans une époque de grande lutte contre la liberté d'expression. Faire un blog privé, avec un code d'entrée, permet de se préserver.

 

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LLéa 12/02/2014 20:19


Bonsoir,


Merci Pimpim,


^^


Pimpim, de quoi as tu peur? Plus libre? Tssss, tssss! Le WWW, ou ses jumeaux sont des "machines" de guerre! Pas la nôtre, Pimpim .... elle ne sert que ceux qui l'ont laissé "libre".


Grosses bises,


PS. Le courrier est parti. Hélios fera le lien. Mais .... j'ai oublié les graines de La Marrante. Nouille Léa. Ne rigole pas! :)

Ferlinpimpim 12/02/2014 21:31



J'ai mes raisons Léa... Cela va avec l(a r)évolution actuelle dans ma vie....


 


Gros bisous ma p'tite nouille.



aurelchan 11/02/2014 23:35


Euh, j'espère que c'est pas un peu tard car je viens d'envoyer le mail pour te le demander le code ^^


Bon, c'était de l'adresse numericable même si les commentaires je les laisse avec mon adresse Gmail


(peut-être pas prudent vu que c'est la boite mail de google ^^' dans ce cas, ça a pas servi à grand chose que j'utilise ma boite mail numericable que je consulte presque plus sauf ces oir par
exemple ^.^'''''' )

Ferlinpimpim 12/02/2014 01:07



Aucune importance, tu sais.... Je ne sélectionne pas. Ce n'est pas pour faire un tri que je fais ça, mais pour être plus libre. Y a pas de soucis.



anne 11/02/2014 21:01


... et moi et moi et moi ? 

Ferlinpimpim 11/02/2014 21:21



Qui es tu ?


 


 


Mouarf, je plaisante.... Tu es inscrite d'office... Mais un p'tit mail me ferait plaisir....



neo 11/02/2014 19:11



-- VOLCANOES AND EARTHQUAKES (2 updated events, 2 new images) --

ONGOING ERUPTION OF SINABUNG VOLCANO, INDONESIA
Until 2010, Indonesia's Sinabung volcano was dormant, with no confirmed eruptions in the historical record. A brief burst of activity in August and September 2010 caused the temporary evacuation
of about 30,000 nearby residents. Just three years later, fresh gas and ash plumes marked the arrival of a new series of eruptions that have continued into late January, 2014.
* http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=83080&src=nha
 *** ALI(EO-1) image from Feb 06, 2014 (Posted on Feb 06, 2014 5:11 PM)

ACTIVITY AT SHIVELUCH VOLCANO
Shiveluch Volcano remained very active into early 2014, with a slowly growing lava dome accompanied by frequent ash emissions and rockfalls.
* http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=83035&src=nha
 *** OLI(Landsat 8) image from Jan 24, 2014 (Posted on Feb 03, 2014 3:31 PM)

neo 11/02/2014 18:58


ON Y EST:


http://naturealerte.blogspot.fr/2014/02/10022014etats-unis-californie-les.html


lundi 10 février 2014



10/02/2014...Etats Unis, Californie: Les scientifiques qui analysent les algues au large de la côte de
San Diego y ont confirmé la présence de césium cette semaine, un isotope radioactif directement liée à la centrale de Fukushima Daiichi.



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Faisant partie du projet en cours  “Kelp Watch 2014» , les institutions gouvernementales et universitaires ont commencé à recevoir les résultats des échantillons des algues
varech et des algues géantes Kelp recueillies le long de la côte de la Californie, ils confirment une présence radioactive plus élevée que la
normale. 
«Nous essayons de comprendre si des éléments radioactif émanant de Fukushima ont déjà atteint  notre écosystème », a déclaré le Dr Matthew Edwards , un professeur
de l'Université d'État de San Diego . «Que nous soyons de l'autre côté du Pacifique ne signifie pas que nous soyons protégé des radiations émises par l'accident de Fukushima" .
Bien que les scientifiques affirment que les niveaux de césium reste très faibles, la méfiance du public ne fait que croître compte tenu du
refus persistant du gouvernement à informer la population de la côte ouest sur les questions liées aux radiations émise par la centrale de Fukushima accidentée.
Pourtant cette nouvelle découverte coïncide avec les déclarations faites par des chercheurs de l'Institut de Physique de la Croix en
Espagne , qui prédisait l' arrivée début 2014 de rayonnement de Fukushima le long de la côte ouest de l'Amérique du Nord .
Suite à la découverte récente de niveaux de rayonnement de plus
de 1400 % supérieures à la normale sur une plage de Californie et que le gouvernement continue de présenter sans risque des experts indépendants ont
mis en garde les parents de ne pas laisser les enfants jouer sur les plages de Californie, le sable y est à risque disent ils .
Malgré les tentatives des médias pour minimiser l'importance de la catastrophe en cours, cette nouvelle découverte n'a fait que confirmer l'accumulation continue de rayonnement
dans les eaux de la côte Ouest des Etats Unis.
Compte tenu de la capacité des rayonnements à accumuler dans les écosystèmes marins, beaucoup craignent que les mortalités massives de la
vie marine constatés ces dernier temps tout le long de la côte ouest soit liées à l'augmentation continue d'isotopes radioactifs . 
Effectivement les découvertes récentes d'hécatombes massives de la vie marine sur la côte ouest est inquiétante, les étoiles de mer et les
sardines sont mystérieusement atteintes d'anomalies étranges et mortelles depuis quelques mois ( voir cet article précédent ).
Malgré que le gouvernement tente de rassurer le public qu'il n'y a absolument aucun risque actuellement , des dizaines de millions de doses de iodure de potassium ont
été discrètement acheté par le ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux.
Les experts prédisent que la probabilité d'une augmentation de césium dans l'océan Pacifique semble inévitable, et que la radioactivité
risque de durée environ une quarantaine d'année. 
© Nature Alerte

neo 11/02/2014 18:38


http://www.maxisciences.com/rover-curiosity/curiosity-photographie-la-terre-depuis-la-planete-mars_art31956.html

neo 11/02/2014 18:36


http://www.space.com/24621-tatooine-alien-planets-twin-suns-formation.html?cmpid=556386


 




'Tatooine' Alien Planets May Form Far from Twin Suns



By Charles Q. Choi, Space.com Contributor   |   February 10, 2014 06:59am ET




       

















An artist's illustration of Kepler-34b, an alien planet with two suns just like the fictional world of Tatooine in the "Star Wars" universe. Kepler-34b is a gas giant planet 4,900
light-years from Earth, and was discovered using NASA's Kepler space telescope.
Credit: David A. Aguilar (CfA)

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Worlds with twin suns like Luke Skywalker's fictional home world Tatooine in "Star Wars" may be born far from the stellar heart of their alien solar systems, scientists say.


Although Earth may orbit around a single star, most sun-like stars are binaries — two stars orbiting each other as a pair. In fact, there are many three-star systems, even going up as high as
seven-star systems.


Worlds that orbit around binary stars are known as circumbinary planets. The first real-life alien planet
with two suns ever discovered by astronomers is Kepler-16b, a gas giant found orbiting the star Kepler-16 about 200 light-years from Earth. [NASA Discovers 1st Real-Life 'Tatooine' Planet (Gallery)]


 


Planets are born from protoplanetary disks of gas and dust that orbit stars. Scientists had thought the very strong gravitational pull binary stars would exert on these disks might disturb
the material within too much for it to easily coalesce into worlds. This made the existence of circumbinary planets in real life a bit of a mystery.







The alien planet Kepler-16b has two suns just like the fictional planet Tatooine in the "Star Wars" universe, home of Luke and Anakin Skywalker. See how the planet's twin sun setup works in this Space.com infographic.
Credit: Karl Tate, Space.com

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How 'Tatooine' alien planets are born


To learn more about how circumbinary worlds form, researchers analyzed the twin-sun planet
Kepler-34(AB)b, which is located about 4,900 light-years from Earth. This world, also known as Kepler-34b, is about 22 percent of the mass of Jupiter (the largest gas giant in our solar
system) and 76 percent the width of Jupiter. It orbits its two sunlike stars at about the same distance as Earth is from the sun, and was discovered used NASA's Kepler space telescope.


The scientists performed high-resolution, 3D computer simulations of the early stages of planet formation around binary stars. These used an intricate model that calculated the effect of
gravity and physical collisions on and between one million planetary building blocks, each 60 miles (100 kilometers) wide.


The researchers discovered the majority of the simulated exoplanets that resulted originated far from their binary stars.


"Taking into account data on collisions as well as the physical growth rate of planets, we found that Kepler 34(AB)b would have struggled to grow where we find it now," study author Zoe
Leinhardt, an astrophysicist at the University of Bristol in England, said in a statement.


In the area close to binary stars, the planetary building blocks experienced what the researchers called "super-catastrophic erosion events," breaking up into smaller chunks instead of
merging into planetary embryos. This made circumbinary planets in the inner parts of binary systems unlikely, they said.


 



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Twin-sun planet migration


The researchers suggest that Kepler 34(AB)b, like many other known circumbinary planets, may
have migrated inward from where they originally formed to where astronomers see them now. A minimum safe distance for Kepler 34(AB)b's formation would be about 1.5 astronomical units (AU).
(One AU is the average distance between Earth and the sun.)


"Our results seem to indicate that all inner circumbinary planets have migrated," Leinhardt told Space.com.


One possible exception may be the circumbinary planet Kepler-47c, which is further away from its
stars than any other known circumbinary planet.


"Circumbinary planets have captured the imagination of many science-fiction writers and filmmakers," study lead author Stefan Lines at the University of Bristol in England said in a
statement. "Our research shows just how remarkable such planets are. Understanding more about where they form will assist future exoplanet discovery missions in the hunt for Earth-like
planets in binary star systems."


Future research will involve more complex models incorporating gas into the protoplanetary disk, which should drag on planetary building blocks in the disk and could significantly change its
dynamics.


"Most of the mass in the disk is thought to be in gas," Leinhardt said. "The gas should make the environment even less conducive to growth."


In addition, the planetary building blocks in the research team's models are currently large and all start at the same size.


"They are large because we are limited by our computational capability," Leinhardt said. "We have been working over the past year to make our (computer) code faster and able to run with
larger numbers of particles, from millions to billions."


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neo 11/02/2014 18:36




http://www.space.com/24622-intelligent-alien-life-detection-2040.html?cmpid=556386


Bold Prediction: Intelligent Alien Life Could Be Found by 2040



By Mike Wall, Senior Writer   |   February 10, 2014 07:14am ET




       

















This exoplanet orbits the star Gliese 667 C, which belongs to a
triple system. The six Earth-mass exoplanet circulates around its low-mass host star at a distance equal to only 1/20th of the Earth-Sun distance. The host star is a companion to two
other low-mass stars, which are seen here in the distance.
Credit: ESO.

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PALO ALTO, Calif. — The first detection of intelligent extraterrestrial life will likely come within the next quarter-century, a prominent alien hunter predicts.


By 2040 or so, astronomers will have scanned enough star systems to give themselves a great shot of discovering alien-produced electromagnetic signals, said Seth Shostak of the SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute in Mountain View, Calif.


"I think we'll find E.T. within two dozen years using these sorts of experiments," Shostak said here Thursday (Feb. 6) during a talk at the 2014 NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC)
symposium at Stanford University. [13 Ways to Hunt Intelligent Alien Life]


 


"Instead of looking at a few thousand star systems, which is the tally so far, we will have looked at maybe a million star systems" 24 years from now, Shostak said. "A million might be the
right number to find something."


 



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Many potentially habitable worlds


Shostak's optimism is based partly on observations by NASA's planet-hunting Kepler space
telescope, which has shown that the Milky Way galaxy likely teems with worlds capable of supporting life as we know it.


"The bottom line is, like one in five stars has at least one planet where life might spring up," Shostak said. "That's a fantastically large percentage. That means in our galaxy, there's on
the order of tens of billions of Earth-like worlds."


Shostak and his colleagues think at least some of these worlds host intelligent aliens — beings that have developed the capability to send electromagnetic signals out into the cosmos, as
human civilization does every second of every day. So they're pointing big radio dishes toward the heavens, hoping to detect something produced by living beings.


 



This search started in 1960, when pioneering astronomer Frank Drake scanned two sun-like stars with an 85-foot-wide (26 meters) West Virginia antenna. It has ramped up considerably over the
past half-century, as astronomers have taken advantage of significant advances in electronics and digital technology.


However, getting enough funding to keep scanning the skies is a constant problem. For example, the Allen Telescope Array in northern California — which the SETI Institute uses — was designed
to consist of 350 radio dishes, but just 42 have been built to date. And the array had to go into hibernation in April 2011 due to budget shortfalls. (It came back online in December of that
year after more funding was found.)


The funding situation colors any discussion of SETI activities and timelines, Shostak said.


The 24-year estimate, for example, "depends on continued SETI funding, which is in dire straits right now," he told Space.com after his talk at the NIAC symposium.


 



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A three-way race to find life in space


The search for alien life does not focus solely on technological societies, of course. Many other scientists are
keying in on simple life forms, which must be distributed much more commonly throughout the universe.


The first evidence of microbial life on Earth, for instance, dates from 3.8 billion years ago — just 700 million
years after our planet formed. But it took another 1.7 billion years for multicellular life to evolve. Humans didn't emerge until 200,000 years ago, and we've become a truly technological
species in just the last century or so.


Shostak thus views the alien life hunt as a three-way race. The contenders are researchers looking for advanced, intelligent civilizations; scientists scouring solar-system bodies such as
Mars and Jupiter's moon Europa for simple organisms; and researchers focusing on finding signs of microbial life on nearby exoplanets using future instruments such as NASA's $8.8 billion
James Webb Space Telescope,


neo 11/02/2014 17:56


http://earthsky.org/tonight/moon-jupiter-in-front-of-constellation-gemini-february-11?utm_source=EarthSky+News&utm_campaign=738ba254fa-EarthSky_News&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c643945d79-738ba254fa-393511181


 






Moon still near Jupiter on February 11













Tonight for February 11, 2014


Courtesy U.S. Naval Observatory







As dusk turns into darkness on February 11, look for the bright stars Castor, Pollux and Procyon in the vicinity of the moon and Jupiter.



If it’s at all clear in your part of the world, you can’t miss the moon and the planet Jupiter at nightfall. These two rank as the brightest and second-brightest celestial bodies in the
February 2014 evening sky. Both of these worlds – the moon and Jupiter – shine in front of the constellation Gemini the Twins on the night of February 11.


The waxing gibbous moon will leave the constellation Gemini after a day or two, but Jupiter will remain in
front of Gemini until early July 2014. So you can use brilliant Jupiter to find Castor and Pollux for months to come.


Despite tonight’s blinding moonlight, you may be able to make out Gemini’s two brightest stars, Castor and Pollux. You also have a good chance of seeing
the brilliant star on the opposite side of tonight’s moon from Castor and Pollux. That’s Procyon, the brightest star in the constellation Canis Minor the Lesser Dog.


Drawn an imaginary line from Procyon and through the gap between Castor and Pollux, and you’re pointing in the direction of Polaris, the North Star. In other words, Castor and Pollux are to the north of Procyon, and
Polaris marks the end of the journey. Past Polaris, you start to go southward again.


The Gemini stars and Procyon are found in the eastern half of sky at nightfall and early evening. They’ll climb upward throughout the early evening hours, until Procyon transits
– climbs to its highest point for the night – somewhere around 10 p.m. local time. At Denver, Colorado, Procyon transits at 22:11 (10:11 p.m.) MST on February 11, 2014. Click here to know when Procyon transits in your sky.




The stars – like the midday sun – reach their highest point when they cross the meridian



When any celestial body transits, it is said to reside on the meridian – the imaginary semi-circle that arcs across the celestial sphere from south to north. When a heavenly body
transits the meridian, it’s neither in the eastern half of sky nor in the western half of sky. A transiting body can only be at one of three places: at zenith (straight overhead), south
of zenith or north of zenith.


Whenever Procyon crosses the meridian, so does that tiny gap between Castor and Pollux. Use the moon to find the stars Castor, Pollux and Procyon tonight, and then use the planet Jupiter
to find these stars in the months ahead.


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