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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

LIGHT OF THE MOON (TLP)


Moreover, the light of the moon will be as the light of the sun..."(Isaiah 30:26)

The Source of Moon -light-What is TLP?

A transient lunar phenomenon (TLP), or lunar transient phenomenon (LTP), is a short-lived light, color, or change in appearance on the surface of the Moon.

Claims of short-lived lunar phenomena go back at least 1,000 years, with some having been observed independently by multiple witnesses or reputable scientists. Nevertheless, the majority of transient lunar phenomenon reports are irreproducible and do not possess adequatecontrol experiments that could be used to distinguish among alternative hypotheses to explain their origins. Thus, few reports concerning these phenomena are ever published in peer reviewed scientific journals, and the lunar scientific community rarely discusses these observations.

Most lunar scientists will acknowledge that transient events such as outgassing and impact cratering do occur over geologic time: the controversy lies in the frequency of such events.

The term was created by Patrick Moore during his co-authoring of NASA Technical Report R-277 Chronological Catalog of Reported Lunar Events, published in 1968.

Some TLPs may be caused by gas escaping from underground cavities. These gaseous events are purported to display a distinctive reddish hue, while others have appeared as white clouds or an indistinct haze. The majority of TLPs appear to be associated with floor-fractured craters, the edges of lunar maria, or in other locations linked by geologists with volcanic activity. 

In support of the outgassing hypothesis, data from the Lunar Prospector alpha particle spectrometer indicate the recent outgassing of radon to the surface. In particular, results show that radon gas was emanating from the vicinity of the craters Aristarchus and Kepler during the time of this two-year mission. These observations could be explained by the slow and visually imperceptible diffusion of gas to the surface, or by discrete explosive events. In support of explosive outgassing, it has been suggested that a roughly 3 km- (1.9 mi-) diameter region of the lunar surface was "recently" modified by a gas release event.The age of this feature is believed to be about 1 million years old, suggesting that such large phenomena occur only infrequently.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

DIVINE DIOS DIN PALA ANG MEANING


Tama ba ang pagka-unawa ng INC 1914 na ang SALITANG "DIVINE" o sa tagalog ay "BANAL" na ginamit sa John 1:1 sa Goodspeed's at sa Moffatt's translation ay hindi DIOS ang VERBO (LOGOS).

Ginagamit nila ang Goodspeed's at ang Moffatts Translation?

Ito ang ating Mababasa:


“In the beginning the Word existed. The Word was with God, and the Word was divine” --(Goodspeed’s Translation).

“The Logos existed in the very beginning, the Logos was with God, the Logos was divine” -(Moffatt’s Translation).

Ang ginamit ay "THE WORD WAS DIVINE" Isa ito sa mga style ng INC 1914 sa panlilinlang sa kanilang mga tagapakinig ..sasabihin nila ang ginamit ay DIVINE at hindi "DIOS" kaya ang kunklosyon nila hindi DIOS ANG VERBO o (LOGOS).

Pero nakalimutan yata ng mga INC 1914 na pag -ginamit ang salitang DIVINE (DIVENA) ito ay tumutukoy din mismo sa   PAGKA-DIOS.

divine1
dɪˈvʌɪn/
adjective

1.
of or like God or a god.

2.providence or God.


Divinity:
In religious terms, divinity is the state of things that come from a supernatural power or deity, such as a god, or spirit beings, and are therefore regarded as sacred and holy. 

-Wikipedia

Kaya ang Unawa sa salitang "DIVINE" sa mga salin ng Godspeed's at Moffat's ay hindi galing sa unawa ng mga MINISTRO NI MANALO kundi dapat sa unawa ng mga nagsalin at sa unawa ng mga nagsalin ginamit nila ang termeno na "DIVINE" para tukuyin ang PAGKA-DIOS NG VERBO sa JOHN 1:1

At talaga nga naman na ang DIOS ay DIVINE O BANAL:

At ang apat na nilalang na buhay, na may anim na pakpak bawa't isa sa kanila, ay mga puno ng mata sa palibot at sa loob; at sila'y walang pahinga araw at gabi, na nagsasabi, Banal, banal, banal, ang Panginoong Dios, ang Makapangyarihan sa lahat, na nabuhay at nabubuhay at siyang darating.(Apoc.5:8) 

Sapagka't ganito ang sabi ng Panginoong Dios, ng Banal ng Israel, Sa pagbabalik at sa pagpapahinga ay matitiwasay kayo; sa katahimikan at sa pagasa ay magiging ang inyong lakas. At hindi ninyo inibig.(Isaias 30:15) 

Thursday, July 10, 2014

WAX HUMAN BODY PRESERVING THE DEAD FOR MEDICAL STUDY


I am poured out like water, and all my bones are out of joint: my heart is like wax; it is melted in the midst of my bowels.(Psalms 22:14)

Harvey’s recent discovery of blood circulation, a finding that prompted Descartes todevelop an alternative theory. Ruysch also threw himself into the investigation of circulation. Not necessarily the circulation of blood, though. His first research focused onthe lymphatic system, which had been discovered a few years earlier. Soon after hegraduated from Leiden, he found out that, like the veins, the lymph vessels also possessedvalves. This was not just a curious fact; it helped him determine which way the lymphflowed, a much debated problem amongst contemporary physicians.Ruysch remained faithful to circulation throughout his very long career, up to hisdeath at age 92. Together with his fellow students in Leiden, he developed a new and revolutionary technique to trace the flow of the bodily fluids. The new invention relied on the injection of colored, molten wax into the blood vessels of a cadaver. The hot liquidquickly filled up the veins and the arteries. Once it solidified, it showed with unparalleledclarity the meandering routes that the vessels had taken in the organs. And, if onlyslowly, it led to a major revelation for Ruysch. The Dutch anatomist gradually came torealize that, if one looked carefully, vessels were the only building blocks of the human body: blood vessels, lymphatic vessels, and the nerves.He gave an intimation of this idea in his letter on the spleen. As he wrote to aforgotten colleague, the closer he looked at the spleen, the more he was convinced that itcontained nothing but “arteries, veins, lymphatic vessels and nerves.”

While earlier physicians had thought that the spleen contained a number of glands, upon closer examination, these glands turned out to be intricately interwoven nets of vessels, heldtogether by a thin membrane. Then he probed further. Next came the brain, and its whitematter. When Ruysch injected molten wax into the vessels of the brain, it became crystalclear, at least for him, that the white matter consisted exclusively of nerves and bloodvessels. As the blood vessels branched into tiny arterioles, they began to resemble theintricate structure of moss. The white matter’s strange consistency resulted from themessy and mossy mishmash of blood vessels. From the brain, it was only a quick step tofemale breasts. While earlier (and later) physicians thought that the breast was filled withmilk-producing glands, this was clearly an error, Ruysch declared. What looked likeglands, he argued, was a complex web of blood vessels, of course. As the blood vessels branched right and left, they separated the various ingredients of blood. The red particlesof blood went left, while the white particles went right, and turned into milk. One did notneed glands to explain the production of milk, the vessels did it on their own. And oncethe breasts were done, it took only a leap of imagination to believe that the whole bodywas a network of vessels that circulated the vital fluids. Humans were the early modern internet.

Since 1995 Gunther von Hagens Body Worlds, has traveled the world. The Body Worlds is an anatomical exhibition of real human bodies. These bodies were preserved and posed using a special plastination technique developed by Gunther. The plastinated bodies were developed to aid with medical study.

The bodies may be molded or posed into any form for optimal study and understanding of the muscular system. Muscles may also be removed to give emphasis to just the nervous system if desired. Even cross sections of people may be developed for study and analysis. While the initial concept of converting humans to anatomical exhibits may be a bit appalling it has proven to be a great educational aid.

Before the Body Worlds exhibit gained notoriety and world fame there were the preserved bodies of Honore Fragonard. Honore was cousin to famous painter Jean Honore Fragonard. Honore however developed and implemented a technique of preservation in the 18th century. The bodies were preserved using injections of wax in the veins. As well as coating the the remnant body.

These anatomical preservations were known as ecorches. They were different from those of painters and artists in that they used the remnant corpses. Somewhere between 1766-1771 Fragonard created the Horseman of the Apocalypse. A copy of Durer’s famous painting. The Horseman is the largest of Fragonard’s exhibits.


Amongst Fragonard’s other preserved bodies are The Man with a Mandible, Goat Chest, Wax-injected human head, Human fetuses and several others. Other techniques Fragonard experimented with were the Injection-corrosion technique. This method was accomplished by injecting the vessels with an inert material. Then the tissues would be corroded with an acid leaving only the cast of the injected inert material.

Many people view both of these methods of preservation as inhuman and a travesty of nature. This is partially true. Consider the time that Fragonard created his displays. They would be considered much more awful in his time. Whatever your views are of these methods it still does not change that they serve as a great educational aid to learn about the functions of the body. Consider this, while X number of bodies may be subjected to preservation, many more will be spared dissection. If for no other reason than the body worlds are preserved indefinitely.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

THE DEATH





"And when the Lamb broke the fourth seal, I heard the fourth living being say,  Come!' And I looked up and saw a horse whose color was pale green like a corpse. And Death was the name of its rider, who was followed around by the grave. They were given authority over one-fourth of the earth, to kill with the sword and famine and disease and wild animals" (Revelation 6:7-8 NLT).



THE SPREAD OF TERROR AND VIOLENCE


I have seen the wicked in great power, and spreading himself like a green bay tree. Yet he passed away, and, lo, he was not: yea, I sought him, but he could not be found. (Psalms 37:35-36)


Green (Arabic: أخضر) is considered the traditional color of Islam. The Arabic word for "greenness" is mentioned several times in the Quran, describing the state of the inhabitants ofparadise.

Green was used as the color of the banners of the historical Fatimid Caliphate. The Fatimid banner was in use until 1171, and thus during the first century of the crusades, and by this way has taken influence on Christian heraldry, where the tincture vert was very rarely if ever used for the field (background) until the end of the Middle Ages (indeed the term sinople used to signify a reddish color until the 14th century, and only after ca. 1400 did it change its meaning to refer to green as a heraldic tincture).





For they speak not peace: but they devise deceitful matters against them that are quiet in the land.(Psalms 35:20)


Islamist militants have declared an Islamic "caliphate" in an area straddling Iraq and Syria, trumpeting the declaration in several videos.


One slick video, mostly in English, features a bearded fighter with an AK-47 on his back, explaining the new caliphate.

"This is not the first border we will break, we will break other borders," a jihadist from the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isis) warned in the video called End of Sykes-Picot, a reference to the agreement between France and Britain that divided up the Ottoman empire territories after the first world war.

Later the fighter pledges that jihadists will free Palestine. "We are not here to replace an Arab cahoot with a western cahoot. Rather our jihad is more lofty and higher. We are fighting to make the word of Allah the highest," the spokesman said.

He is filmed showing abandoned Iraqi army badges and vehicles left by fleeing soldiers. "There is no army in the world that can withstand the soldiers of Islam," he said.

The video features about a dozen men in a cell said to be captured troops and border police. A building, said to be a police station, is shown being blown up, as well as US-made Humvees captured from the border police. "Look how much America spends to fight Islam, and it ends up just being in our pockets," the spokesman taunted.

Isis, a breakaway group from al-Qaida, is notable for its hardline anti-Shia sectarianism, declaring Shia Muslims and other rivals as heretics that deserve death.

Abu Mohammed al-Adnani, an Isis spokesman, defined the Islamic state's territory as running from northern Syria to the Iraqi province of Diyala north-east of Baghdad, a vast stretch of land straddling the border that is already largely under Isis control. He also said that with the establishment of the caliphate, the group was changing its name to the Islamic State, dropping the mention of Iraq and the Levant.

"The legality of all emirates, groups, states and organisations becomes null by the expansion of the caliph's authority and the arrival of its troops to their areas," he said in an audio statement posted online, AP reported. "Listen to your caliph and obey him. Support your state, which grows every day."


A member loyal to the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) waves an ISIS flag in Raqqa, Syria. Photograph: Reuters

Adnani said the group's chief, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, is the leader of the new caliphate and called on Muslims everywhere, not just those in areas under the organisation's control, to swear loyalty to him.

Baghdadi has been disowned by al-Qaida's leader, Ayman al-Zawahiri, after al-Baghdadi ignored al-Zawahiri's demands that the Islamic State leave Syria.

Since the Ottoman collapse, Sunni Islam has lacked an internationally recognised clerical hierarchy and senior figures generally hold authority within a single country. Among the most prominent of these is the Grand Mufti of Egypt, whose spokesman dismissed the new caliphate in Iraq and Syria as an "illusion".

"What they called the Islamic caliphate is merely a response to the chaos which has happened in Iraq as a direct

result of the inflammation of sectarian conflict in the entire region," Ibrahim Negm said in Cairo.

Another video called Breaking of the Borders showed Isis fighters killing Iraqi border guards, Reuters reported.

Meanwhile, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a monitoring group, said Islamic State fighters crucified eight men said to be rival rebel fighters in the town square of Deir Hafer in Syria's Aleppo province on Saturday as a warning to others.

An analyst said the declaration of a caliphate by the Islamic State posed a huge challenge to al-Qaida.

"Put simply, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has declared war on al-Qaida," said Charles Lister, a visiting fellow at the Brookings Doha Centre. "While it is now inevitable that members and prominent supporters of al-Qaida and its affiliates will rapidly move to denounce Baghdadi and this announcement, it is the long-term implications that may prove more significant.

"Taken globally, the younger generation of the jihadist community is becoming more supportive of Isis, largely out of fealty to its slick and proven capacity for attaining rapid results through brutality."

The Islamic State's declaration came as the Iraqi government tries to claw back some of the territory gained by the jihadists and disaffected Sunnis.

On Sunday, Iraqi helicopter gunships struck suspected insurgent positions for a second consecutive day in the northern city of Tikrit, the predominantly Sunni hometown of former dictator Saddam Hussein. The insurgents appeared to have repelled the military's initial push and remain in control of the city.

Israel's prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, has voiced support for Kurdish statehood, calling for the establishment of an independent Kurdistan as part of a broader alliance with moderate forces across the region. The US, however, has said Iraq should stand together in the face of Isis and other jihadists.