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Joe Smith


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PostPosted: March 2, 2018 1:56 PM 

News;

Two heart attacks in 20 days... feeling poorly.

LWS


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PostPosted: March 2, 2018 2:37 PM 

Joe

Keep on fighting. My prayers are with you.

Winston

Faceless


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PostPosted: March 5, 2018 2:36 AM 

Joe, this crystal stick cures heart diseases:
/sizes/o/
Explanation: [link]

Dana Johnson


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PostPosted: March 5, 2018 10:36 AM 

Feeling it with you, Joe, aspiration pneumonia and other complications here, the bugs will get us along the way, but the fight is valiant and instructive. Protein, and happiness, perhaps. Under eating can cause symptoms. Let me know if I can help.
HiRISE has introduced a new interest in the far north dunes as ordered by frost heaving and it is a wonderful example they selected. My images indicating ground fissures activity seems to be in that climate and a little less active ordering, so I may give up on ascending vertical movement at the 'spreading fissures' I had described which form a base for large dark dunes.
I'll still present a couple examples of apparent spreading of layers or patterns, but they have done a good job putting a layer of ice over my concept.

https://www.uahirise.org/ESP_053924_2550

My father ran on pacemakers for 34+ years. Someday we'll have a WiFi system for input/output and can turn it all over to the Borg machine. I've been drinking Propel water, electrolytes and vitamins, recently. Flavored, no sugar.

Joe Smith


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PostPosted: March 6, 2018 4:41 PM 

Thanks Guys!!

Dana Johnson


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PostPosted: March 8, 2018 10:30 PM 

I was trying to find some reference in Google searches to activity of Spiders, ice sheets co-mingling, and the bright ground mass material which forms the base of far north dunes, to no results. After all these years of images, the fact that much of the active dark fans are at points where ice sheets interact, at bright material domain margins where they interact, and the fissures which are dominant and seem to often be at ground mass 'domain' shape pattern margin interaction points, there are not people who want to make 'open access' free research conversation about the tendency of these similar or same processes.
As you suggest Joe, I believe we will spend our lifetimes watching the next generations discoveries right under our eyes, and we will know when we go that Mars has a new set of lessons for todays students.
A catalog of small cones and pitted cones with drainage from the cores would be a great project, for a group through Zooniverse or similar.
Waiting for the expected news is nearly as tedious as looking unusual details in big pictures.
A warmer day helped me somewhat. They are going to put a 'spin' on what's wrong with me, hoping to get a copy for some science and art, it'll be good therapy.

Joe Smith


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PostPosted: March 14, 2018 7:42 PM 

Yes Dana, Yes.

Dana Johnson


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PostPosted: March 15, 2018 11:01 AM 

Got a MRI CD, and it can't play on public computers, ha, ha. Same with X-ray CD's.
We own nothing about ourselves, it is only the Borg masters, who own our apparitions and impressions. Poor Trump can't hide and neither can we all. Amazing clearing of pneumonia effects in two days, after two months of severe symptoms getting worse.
Must be springtime weather.
I see in the bright dune base materials relaxed or filled small impact crater bulls-eye patterns in places, and yet the unusual activity I see along the fissures is positive relief or negative removal processes, so, the activity along fissures is newer than the crater remains or the craters fill quickly. Ref., #44 and earlier entries.
Joe, I found bicycle riding one of the best therapies I could apply to most all health problems. The body oxygenates, gets muscle tone in place, and apparently utilizes the total system capabilities better. I have difficulty walking, but the bike saves me with efficiency and health benefits.
InSIGHT nearly ready for a launch to Mars for solving details not known yet.

https://mars.nasa.gov/insight/mission/instruments/

https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/missions/insight/

Joe Smith


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PostPosted: March 18, 2018 8:36 PM 

https://www.centauri-dreams.org/2006/08/18/the-focal-mission-to-the-suns-gravity-lens/

Dana Johnson


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PostPosted: March 22, 2018 8:58 AM 

These forward thinking mission slowly become concrete possibilities over time, but we see it as a very slow process as observers.
I imagine the InSight and James Web missions will change how we discuss the MSL results soon.
If we could see better at the MRO/HiRISE distance, we could view water erosion directly from orbit.

http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-43494227

Dana Johnson


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PostPosted: March 25, 2018 8:13 PM 

We could have achieved the goal at #50 above, but the MOST to WFIRST redirect, and subsequent cancellation this year seems to eliminate that. We are arming the U.S. with new teeth, apparently planning yet another multi-trillion dollar war action not stated publically.

[link]

http://spacenews.com/house-members-question-balance-of-nasa-programs-in-2019-budget-proposal/

https://www.defensenews.com/breaking-news/2018/02/12/pentagon-unveils-686-billion-military-budget-for-2019/

If not young and military inclined, best to find a bicycle or tricycle, stock a balanced protein source, and expect the missions underway to substitute for a better view of Mars.
Industry and the wealthy are awash with cash flow for a decade now, with severe cutbacks in health and basics such as an increase in the minimum wage. Dollars now flow vertically, with a new 'trickle' promise much as the last one decades past.
Sad to see the internet is now a plethora of 'malware' spy activity against common worker users without a concern for security for common persons, again a reversal of promises made last year.
Mars missions may do well enough in the current scheme.

Dana Johnson


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PostPosted: April 9, 2018 12:43 PM 

The hand of man in space, will it be a live telecast or a live experience for us?

The YouTube link for a live view here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtU_mdL2vBM

We have fine view from Earth.
Can someone add a name to the face here? The ISS has had many passengers over the years.


SPACE & UNIVERSE (Official)

Dana Johnson


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PostPosted: April 9, 2018 6:09 PM 

The inner suit makes him look different, I'm sure it's Richard Arnold II. Four of these ISS people look similar, and the search results are days past for spacewalks.

danajohnson0


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PostPosted: April 16, 2018 10:34 AM 

[link]

These news stories that dominate the daily science accumulation are so filled with presumption and widely varied or changed, substituted info that it is difficult to follow the topics. This link shows several crater or collapse spots in the region, and is clearly a source of heat and energy for all, but the basic shapes of the craters and interiors are differing.

Other images of Ismenia Patera.

[link]

https://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/Images/2018/04/Mars_Express_view_of_Ismenia_Patera

Haven't been seeing Joe's entries the past couple weeks. Is all well enough out there?

The recycling ISS 'feed' which is a recorded former spacewalk at entries #52 and #53 was from a date that Richard Arnold was involved. It was described as 'live' but was misrepresented by the subgroup within what is known as 'Patreon'.

This current news burst about Ishmenia Patera is confusing but centers on a very ancient source of geology activity.

John Radogno


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PostPosted: April 18, 2018 12:20 PM 

Nice links. Super volcanoes would explain a whole host of other Mars mysteries.

Dana Johnson


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PostPosted: April 23, 2018 11:36 PM 

They have released a claim of an impact source for the two moons now, and like our Moon, there are many visible possible sources for local moonlets.

Joe Smith


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PostPosted: April 26, 2018 11:11 AM 

http://parkersolarprobe.jhuapl.edu/index.php#the-sun

Good stuff if anyone is interested ,, pure
science, fascinating
coming to you from south texas coast line to the gulf of Mehico, (rural)

Joe Smith


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PostPosted: April 26, 2018 11:29 AM 

http://parkersolarprobe.jhuapl.edu/News-Center/Show-Article.php?articleID=73...

...and as I dig deeper..

John Radogno


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PostPosted: April 26, 2018 4:24 PM 

This is great science. Speeding around the Sun at 430,000 mph and heating up to over 2,550 degrees, what great technology.

danajohnson0


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PostPosted: April 26, 2018 8:03 PM 

Release in 2018, Mercury 13

https://hdonline.eu/movie/mercury-13-2018/?ep=6

Missions are becoming what movies are made of. I remember watching the sunspots forming as 'footprint patterns' a few years past, and recognizing the precise pattern that indicated a possible X class sunspot and subsequent flare. That was nearly two days prior to the actual flare erupting. Science advances with our observations.
Participating is important. Thanks for the link Joe.
I notice names are allowed until tomorrow, included with the probe in flight on a chip.

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