There has been no shortage of Super Hero/Humans/Hybrids in Science Fiction films, they are everywhere. Captain America, Spider-man, Superman, The Fantastic Four, Thor, Lucy, Will Caster, and you can now add Avato the list. “The world’s first true artificial intelligence, housed in the body of a beautiful robot girl,”….??
Alicia Vikander in 'Ex Machina.' -- Image credit: A24 /DNA Films
Something to ponder. What would you do if you could access 100% of your brain’s potential processing power? Something to think about, indeed.
The video below by Makalesi, an independent researcher of the occult and other esoteric knowledge explains how the concept of Artificial Intelligence aka A.I. — is a reoccurring concept that has been covered by both, the big and small screens.
” All of our lives we have fought this war. Tonight, I believe we can end it. Tonight is not an accident. There are no accidents. We have not come here by chance. When I see objectives, 3 Captains, 3 ships — I do-not see coincidence. I see providence. I see purpose. I believe it is our fate to be here. It is our destiny. I believe this night holds, for each and everyone of us…the very meaning of our lives.
” I can’t help it Morpheus. I can’t help thinking, what if you are wrong? What if all this, the prophecy, everything is bullshit?”
“Then tomorrow we may all be dead. But how would that be different than any other day? This is a war, and we are soldiers. Death can come for us, at any time and any place. Now consider the alternative. What if I am right? What if the prophecy is true? What if tomorrow, the war could be over? Isn’t that worth fighting for? Isn’t that worth dieing for?
As of late, mainstream media has reported heavily on Bible prophecy fulfilling events. That being said, there can be no doubt that we are living in the last days. Jesus Christ confirmed that there will be a definite end to the present age when He told us to watch for certain signs. Biblical prophecy adds many more signs to give a comprehensive view of the state of the world just before the 2nd coming of Christ. This topic is widely debated with various interpretations of prophecy. (Feel free to share your insight on the subject below in the comments section.)
For more on this series please check out the transcripts of some of 9Nania’s presentations by visiting www.indigoflower.net.
Overwhelming? A bit much? Yes for me too…but folks at the end of the day we all (the collective) have an obligation to ourselves, to our families, to do what we can to prepare for a disaster; be it an earthquake, tsunami, global warming, GMO’s, chemtrails, nuclear war, Jesus return or an asteroid disguised as a comet. What can we do? Be Ready. Make a plan. Be informed.
Shocking information on the Torah Code phenomena with director Richard Shaw, interviewing rabbi Matityahu Glazerson. He describes Gematria (numerology) of the coming year, 2016 and its possible connection to Messiah and the 1335 days from the book of Daniel. He also investigates the Obama Codes and the recent codes about Netanyahu’s election which appeared correctly a month before he won the election. No one is predicting the Messiah will come next year, but the gematria on 2016 is something that we thought people needed to be aware of.
TORAH CODES End to Darkness available on Amazon together on Blu-ray and SD DVD.
The Earth has been getting hit by asteroids and comets its whole life. The planets formed from collisions of smaller objects, and even our water may have come largely from comets. Heavy bombardments may have continued until as recently as 4 billion years ago, making it difficult for life to get a foothold at all (the “Late Heavy Bombardment”).
Image credit: (screenshot) - Deep Impact Film - 1988
Is there an asteroid or comet out there that poses a risk to life on Earth? Many in science would answer, most certainly…”yes.” But where?? Do we know when? What does it all mean? Can it impact every aspect of mother earth?? How can we prepare? Do we really stand a chance of discovering meter-sized rocks while they are still in space before they burn up in our atmosphere, as many mainstream movies predict? Can we really begin to link meteorites that we study in our labs with the data on orbits and compositions that we amass with astronomical observations??
Indeed we can! Every meteorite, every tiny asteroid has a story, and we can combine these stories together to answer fundamental questions about our solar system, such as:
Can asteroids serve as stepping-stones for human travel to farther destinations? Considering end time bible prophecy reveals that asteroids are a sign that precedes the rapture, can NASA protect us from a dangerous asteroid strike?
Scientists in the know, say yes.
Revelation 12 Timeline to Asteroid MUST SEE!
The best way to innerstand it all and reduce this uncertainty is to search the skies for these crumbs of the solar system for ourselves. There are many science and alternative media sites that were created to discover and track potentially hazardous near-Earth objects. (see more on this in the links below)
This is useful not only for planetary defense, but also for learning about earths solar system, its origin and the evolution of it all.
John Holdren, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy claims that NASA will play a leading part in protecting the United States and the world from the threat of a dangerous asteroid strike.
According to Matthew 24:29: Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken.
The word “star” that is found in the New Testament is translated into English from the Greek word astēr. One of the signs in the heavens that will take place after the tribulation is that asteroids will fall to earth.
During the judgment of Noah’s day, all the springs of the great deep burst forth. Just as the waters beneath the earth were held in reserve as an outpouring of God’s judgment, so the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter is held in reserve awaiting the outpouring of the final plagues of Revelation. And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other. Matthew 24:30-31
Jesus replied to his disciples’ inquiry concerning the sign of his second coming and the end of the evil world system by telling of the signs of his return. After the time of great persecution commonly known as the Great Tribulation, the signs in the heavens will include asteroids falling from the sky. After those signs, God’s elect will meet the Lord in the air as they are captured out at the Rapture.
FACTS: Every thing in the solar system spins, from the biggest planets to the smallest asteroids. And nearly everything that spins, spins at an angle to its orbit. Therefore, nearly everything in the solar system has seasons. Remember Comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko? It was no exception when Rosetta arrived there last year, it was summer in the comet’s north. Winter darkness covered the comet’s south, leaving a large chunk of it invisible to Rosetta’s cameras. Since then, the season has shifted…bringing sunlight to more and more of the southern hemisphere. As Mattias Malmer pointed out on Twitter, a recent Rosetta image has revealed a good part of that southern terrain to the public for the first time. (see image below)
In this photo, Rosetta is staring almost straight at the equator of comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Territory in the comet's southern hemisphere is receiving more sun than it did when Rosetta arrived in 2014, revealing its features. -- Image credit: ESA / Rosetta / NavCam
The chart below and info therein is mirrored from NASA’s site — National Aeronautics And Space Administration, click HERE to be redirected.
NEAR EARTH OBJECTS RESEARCH
In terms of orbital elements, NEOs are asteroids and comets with perihelion distance q less than 1.3 AU. Near-Earth Comets (NECs) are further restricted to include only short-period comets (i.e orbital period P less than 200 years). The vast majority of NEOs are asteroids, referred to as Near-Earth Asteroids (NEAs). NEAs are divided into groups (Aten, Apollo, Amor) according to their perihelion distance (q), aphelion distance (Q) and their semi-major axes (a).
So powerful is Mirren’s screen impact that all other actors and factors shrivel in her shadow. That’s the case with Woman in Gold, a fact-based drama that would have been released late last year if anyone at The Weinstein Company thought it had a decent shot at Oscar nominations. Directed by Simon Curtis (My Week With Marilyn) and written by Alexi Kaye Campbell, the movie would strand Mirren in its familiar mediocrity if she weren’t determined to invest her strengths in its flinty, haunted heroine.
In the late 1990s, Maria Altmann (Mirren) runs a dress shop in Los Angeles. Sixty years earlier she fled her native Austria to escape Hitler’s persecution of the Jews. Now in her 80s, and upon the death of her sister, she hopes to wrest some of her family’s treasured paintings — including Gustav Klimt’s 1907 “Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer,” also known as “Woman in Gold” — from an Austrian government that holds the works and won’t relinquish them. The Austrians revere the painting as “the Mona Lisa of Austria,” but to Maria it is a picture of the beautiful aunt she loved and lost. She retains a young lawyer, Randol Schoenberg (Ryan Reynolds), in the seemingly chimerical pursuit of recovering her family trove. If they succeed, any number of other masterpieces might legally be returned to the heirs of their rightful owners.
A reviewer of Woman in Gold, or of any ripped-from-yesteryear’s-headlines bio-pic, has to decide how much to reveal about a historical event whose particulars — plot, background, characters and resolution — can be found in 10 seconds on Wikipedia. But the film is so clumsy in its attempts at suspense, in forcing Maria and Randy to make so many despairing speeches at their long odds, that the triumphant outcome is never in doubt. (If it were, why make the movie?) A picture like this has to find life not in its big scheme but in the tension between its characters and their times, past and present.
Zack Snyder Shares the First Picture of Jason Momoa in His Aquaman Costume: “There Is Only One True King”
First and foremost, I love how Warner Bros./Time Warner and Zack Snyder have been so almost arbitrary about releasing bits and pieces from what is the new DC Cinematic Universe. A press release here, a random photo on Twitter there. Almost nothing gets leaked, pretty much every piece of information or image comes out when the powers-that-be want it to come out. And last night’s surprise “first look” at Jason Momoa’s Aquaman is no exception. Mr. Snyder just went and dropped this official first-look photo on Twitter several hours ago (literally right after I went to bed, thanks a lot, pal!) with no notice and with no fanfare. I’m starting to wonder if Zack Snyder is just going to drop the Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice teaser on his Twitter account on a random Sunday at 5:00am just to be annoying. Speaking of which, this is a nice bit of misdirection. We were all expecting a Batman V Superman trailer, but instead we got a high-quality look at Aquaman.
Image credit: Twitter
Everyone and their sister have been champing at the bit for the first would-be teaser for Batman V Superman” Dawn of Justice which was “supposed” to debut in front of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies before it was “supposed” to debut at the Super Bowl before it was “supposed” to debut before Jupiter Ascending. Unless Warner Bros. decides to attach it to Universal/Comcast Corp.’s Furious 7, we may in-fact end up waiting until May where it either debuts in front of Walt Disney’s Avengers: Age of Ultron (which would be fitting, akin to Universal dropping its Hulk teaser in front of Spider-Man in 2002) or Mad Max: Fury Road two weeks later. Dropping a trailer is partially about keeping the film in the conversation and in the news cycle, but the above photo, which of course will inspire a million blog posts (mea culpa) with nothing more than an image and a vague tagline. Since there are any number of iconic characters who will be “revealed” for Dawn of Justice and the various other movies in the works, Warner Bros. could very-well keep the film in the news cycle for the next year just by dropping one “first look” image a month (“Hey, it’s Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor!” “Hey, it’s Jared Leto as The Joker!”) and saving money on trailers.
What is interesting is how much I’ve read about how relatively, for lack of a better word, “bad ass” this new Aquaman is. And of course, they didn’t hire Mr. Momoa so he could look sweet and wholesome. Moreover, the notion that we should be surprised by how intimidating the character looks shows something of a generational disconnect. And that disconnect is actually Warner Bros.’ secret weapon in terms of the character standing on his own two sea legs for a stand-alone film. Point being, if you’re an adult who primarily knows the Aquaman character from Super Friends, you probably consider Arthur Curry to be a foppish figure of mockery and incompetence. You know the jokes. “Uh oh, The Penguin has robbed a bank and escaped by air, I’m sure that guy who can talk to animals will be really useful with that one!” The helpless, useless, and comically inept Aquaman from Super Friends (obviously somewhat exaggerated by snarky fans of the show long after the fact) became the status quo for the underwater superhero.
When Aquaman made his debut on the animated Justice League back in 2001, he was something of a revelation to a generation of young kids as well as adults unfamiliar with the comic versions (and let’s be honest, that’s most people at any given time). He was ripped, bare-chested, with long flowing hair and a very manly beard, and he proved his heroism in the initial episode by A) chopping off his own hand to save himself and his infant son and B) coldly letting his traitorous brother fall to his death. If you weren’t an avid comics reader, this new and improved Aquaman was something of a revelation. Bruce Timm and the gang wisely kept him as a recurring character rather than as a regular member of the team, so his appearances were always something of a special event. Aquaman put in his time on Smallville, even getting a not-very-good spin-off pilot that never made it to series.
But the next major incarnation was his supporting role in Batman: The Brave and the Bold. There are many wonderful things to say about Batman: The Brave and the Bold, an animated show that is in love with every aspect of the DC Comics universe, but the most impressive thing about it is how Aquaman is basically the best character on the show. Appearing in the third episode and voiced by John Di Maggio, the animated Aquaman was an unapologetic blowhard and serial exaggerator, but also a genuinely kind and thoughtful friend to his fellow heroes and to the people of Atlantis. He absolutely loved being a hero and wasn’t afraid to admit it, and he was a prime source of earned comedy on a show that was often laugh-out-loud funny even while oddly being the most violent Batman animated show yet aired. Batman: The Brave and the Bold didn’t just make Aquaman cool, they made him the character you most wanted to see over the course of the show’s run. As such, he showed up in 27 of the 65 episodes, more than any other non-Batman superhero.
Here’s the rub to all of this. If you ask someone my age, they’ll probably still associate Aquaman from his stint on the Super Friends show back in the 1970′s and 1980s. But if you ask kids today or even young adults a generation removed from myself, their primary exposure to the Aquaman character is not the campy Super Friends variation, but rather the mighty warrior incarnation from Justice League and/or the righteously cheerful adventurer from Batman: The Brave and the Bold or even the PG-13 incarnations in the various DCAU DTV animated features in which he appeared. In short, if you talk to a kid who isn’t old enough to have had Super Friends be their first (and for much of their life, only) exposure to Aquaman, they already think Aquaman is pretty cool, or at-least decidedly not-lame. The photo above is arguably least surprising to today’s kids because they didn’t grow up in an era where Aquaman was a figure of mockery and derision. As such, the biggest advantage that Warner Bros. has in terms of making the big-screen variation of Aquaman relevant to today’s moviegoers is that the kids of today already expect Aquaman to be cool.
So when Jason Momoa grabs his trident, raises his arms in anger as thunder cracks and the waves rush under him, and bellows “That’s… outrageous!,” those who will be applauding will be doing so not out of mockery, but out of affection. Warner Bros. doesn’t need to convince kids of today that Aquaman is cool. Their animated properties over the last fifteen years did the job already.
Based on the trailer, audiences can expect this movie to tell us (again) how a group of astronauts became a crime-fighting team.
In the original Stan Lee and Jack Kirby comic books, four characters — Reed Richards (Mr. Fantastic), Sue Storm (the Invisible Woman), Johnny Storm (the Human Torch) and Ben Grimm (the Thing) — travel to space in a rocket, where they encounter cosmic rays that give them superpowers. In an interview with Yahoo, director Josh Trank (Chronicle) and writer/producer Simon Kinberg (X-Men: Days of Future Past) said that they took this origins tale and updated it with the new possibilities of interdimensional travel. (Hence why this trailer looks so much like the one for Interstellar.)
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