Noah, who had been thriving up until that point, began losing some of the skills he had developed. A few words he had said were gone. A couple fine motor skills he had developed disappeared. Milestones were delayed and unmet. I didn’t think too much of it, but Emily (who had a much more keen eye than me) was concerned and scheduled an appointment. It was July 31, 2014 that we learned what we both had feared most: Noah had autism. My world collapsed. Every single hope I’d ever hoped was gone. Every dream I’d ever dreamed remained just that. Those baseball games, deep conversations, those father son moments were completely gone. I mourned the loss of the son I’d always wanted. I cried out to God asking him why He would give me a son so counter to my desires. Why would He do this to me? However, little did I know, He knew better than I.
- September 28, 2017
Strange “Fast Radio Bursts” That Could Be “Signals From Aliens” Firing Off Every Second In The UniverseSeptember 28, 2017
What was once thought to be a rare phenomenon might be occurring each and every moment of the day, experts say. Fast radio bursts, or FRBs, are radio emissions that appear temporarily and randomly, making them not only hard to find, but also hard to study. The mystery stems from the fact it is not known what could produce such a short and sharp burst. If the mysterious phenomena is indeed a sign of intelligent life in the universe, the latest findings could suggest it is far more widespread than previously thought.
- September 28, 2017
Proxima Centauri may be an interloper from far away. The stellar system closest to Earth consists of three stars: the closely orbiting pair of Alpha Centauri A and B, and an outlier called Proxima Centauri. A new analysis finds that Proxima, along with its planet Proxima b, may not have been born alongside its stellar siblings. If so, the planet could have a better chance at harbouring life. Proxima Centauri’s orbit is currently bound to Alpha Centauri A and B, but it is unclear if it has always been stable or if it will stay bound, according to Fabo Feng and Hugh Jones at the University of Hertfordshire in the UK. To determine how likely that is, they ran computer simulations of 100 Proxima “clones” do-si-do-ing around their binary partners in different orbits.
- September 28, 2017
Perhaps they just came up woefully empty in their search here on Earth, but scientists are hunting for intelligent life in outer space – and they plan to begin sending messages to aliens in 2018. While astronomers have long scanned the stars with radio telescopes, hoping to detect some life form in the great beyond, alien hunters in a network known as Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence, or METI, are ready to take the search to the next level. Douglas Vakoch, president of METI International, is leading a research group that’s determined to send messages to extraterrestrials.
Tom Horn Predicted It During The Branson Conference And On The Jim Bakker Show, Now Catholic Clergy And Scholars Issue Correction Order Against Petrus Romanus, Accuse Pope Of “Propagating Heresies”September 26, 2017
A group of clergy and lay scholars from around the world have taken the very rare step of presenting Pope Francis with a formal filial correction, accusing him of propagating heresies concerning marriage, the moral life, and reception of the sacraments. Entitled Correctio filialis de haeresibus propagatis, meaning ‘A Filial Correction Concerning the Propagation of Heresies,’ the 25 page letter was delivered to the Holy Father at his Santa Marta residence on Aug. 11. The Pope has so far not responded to the initiative, whose 62 signatories include the German intellectual Martin Mosebach, former president of the Vatican Bank, Ettore Gotti Tedeschi, and the superior general of the Society of St. Pius X, Bishop Bernard Fellay…
Another Tom Horn And Steve Quayle Prophesy Develops As Modern Watchers (Scientists) Prepare For Dawn Of “Transgenic Wilderness” Filled With “Colorful New World Of Genetically Modified Hybrids”September 26, 2017
Colorful new creatures like mammoth-elephant hybrids and other human-designed frankenspecies [are on the drawing board]. This idea, sometimes called “facilitated adaptation,” posits that damage done to the planet’s wildlife can be managed, and even reversed, by manually retooling the genes of threatened species for survival. These genetically modified organisms would be tailored to optimize the health of collapsing ecosystems, merging the futuristic visions of fields like gene-editing, de-extinction, and synthetic biology to support wildlife conservation. If this all sounds a bit too “Jurassic Park” or “Southern Reach,” that’s fair, because even the scientists behind this approach realize these options present ethical and logistical quagmires…