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2013/10/02

Esu Gives Warning to Be Prepared

Esu Gives Warning to Be Prepared
9-30-13  
Esu, speak to me about what is approaching. Prepare me. Warn me where I should place my focus.
Yes, Jess. I am here today to give you warning and suggestions for what is coming to pass. The consensus is that a lesson must be learned before the current situation comes to a close. The teaching for this will be harsh and eye-opening. Much will be seen to be a lie. Much is operating with false purposes.
Most people are ignorant of the situation they live in. Many will be angry and rise up to change what they find is happening. They will be unsuccessful, for the most part. Expectations of comfortable solutions will be tested, and the possibilities available will be limited.
This scarcity will test men and force them to be self-reliant. If they are not able to find a solution for themselves, they are not able to take responsibility for their lives. Man must be completely in charge of his own existence. He must make his own decisions and not assume others will provide what his existence needs.

2013/03/05

Revisiting the architecture of evolution

Revisiting the architecture of evolution: An old argument going back to the origins of theoretical population genetics has to do with the nature of the genetic effects which control traits and are subject to change in allele frequency due to adaptation. Often these are bracketed as part of the controversies between R. A. Fisher and Sewall Wright (see Sewall Wright and Evolutionary Biology). In short, Fisher contended that most evolution through adaptation was driven by selection operating upon additive genetic variation. That is, varia

2013/01/09

Within 'Habitable Zone,' More Planets than We Knew

Within 'Habitable Zone,' More Planets than We Knew: New Haven, CT (SPX) Jan 09, 2013



The number of known places in our galaxy theoretically hospitable to life may be significantly greater than previously thought, according to new research. Researchers with Planet Hunters are reporting the discovery of a Jupiter-sized planet in the so-called "habitable zone" of a star similar to Earth's sun, as well as the identification of 15 new candidate planets also orbiting within their star

At Least One in Six Stars Has an Earth-sized Planet

At Least One in Six Stars Has an Earth-sized Planet: Long Beach CA (SPX) Jan 09, 2013



The quest for a twin Earth is heating up. Using NASA's Kepler spacecraft, astronomers are beginning to find Earth-sized planets orbiting distant stars. A new analysis of Kepler data shows that about 17 percent of stars have an Earth-sized planet in an orbit closer than Mercury. Since the Milky Way has about 100 billion stars, there are at least 17 billion Earth-sized worlds out there.

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