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  David Sereda, a prolific author and film producer brings his vast experience to inquire about Stellar communication. Having mapped the fractal patterns of over 50 Stars among the known constellations, David will share his profound insights on the nature of communication with consciousnesses off the earth. The Great Pyramid is a perfect fractal of a certain star…Guess Which One!     Trump Administration Suddenly Announces Return of American Astronauts to the Moon … Before End of President Trump’s Second Term! Find Out “Why” Here: Click on Image for The Presidential Briefing Trailer:   TO HEAR FIRST HOUR OF SHOW CLICK ON WHITE PLAY ARROW BELOW LEFT.   Show Items David’s Items:   1-  Sirius A Solar Radius = 1.711 x 432,288 miles x 2 x Pi = C = 4647325.13882985362131 miles – Convert Miles to Feet = 24537876733.0216271205168 feet. X Octaves of 0.6180339887 =   2-  15165241831.53828121265709, 9372634898.74569739460073, 5792606931.10062398774829, […]

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Mars ‘Truthers’ react to NASA’s water announcement [News] Warp speed space travel a possibility [News] “When Hubble was launched in 1990, I was beginning my PhD studies into gravitational lensing, the action of mass bending the paths of light rays as they travel across the universe. Hubble’s image of the massive galaxy cluster, Abell 2218, brings this gravitational lensing into sharp focus, revealing how the massive quantity of dark matter present in the cluster – matter that binds the many hundreds of galaxies together – magnifies the light from sources many times more distant. As you stare deeply into the image, these highly magnified images are apparent as long thin streaks, the distorted views of baby galaxies that would normally be impossible to detect. It gives you pause to think that such gravitational lenses, acting as natural telescopes, use the gravitational pull from invisible matter to reveal amazing detail of the universe […]