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    ____________________________________ From: cunni123@yahoo.com Reply-to: Mysteries-of-Life@yahoogroups.com To: Mysteries-of-Life@yahoogroups.com Sent: 7/3/2013
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      The source of course is Hoagland, who may or may not be a covert
      disseminator of disinfo . Are the photos from Mars, or crafted on earth on a stage
      at Area 51 and then presented as such. There is now so much smoke
      surrounding the federal government...the real landscape is hard to discern and has
      to be deduced.


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      coast to coast


      Mars Discoveries:

      On Tuesday's show, former space science museum curator and former NASA
      consultant _Richard C. Hoagland_
      (http://www.dat-e-baseonline.com/front/a.asp?arg=8F7D995F92787564657179806E68788B8176716A857C75718C) discussed the latest
      discoveries of the Mars rover as well as updates on space and energy
      exploration. While the rover Opportunity continues its mission on Mars, the newer
      rover Curiosity, which landed on the Red Planet at Gale Crater about a
      year ago, has been "making the most astonishing discoveries," he said, adding
      that NASA has been posting "mind-blowing" photographs without comment.
      Curiosity is the mission that's going to officially unveil what's really on
      Mars, he added.

      "Gale Crater is a stunning treasure trove of ancient, intelligently-made
      artifacts, currently in ruin," and this is the reason the site was chosen,
      as part of a "safe disclosure" plan, Hoagland continued. Among the artifacts
      are objects that look like a shoe, an engine, and a cylinder (see _related
      photos_ (http://www.dat-e-baseonline.com/front/a.asp?arg=8
      F7D995F92787564657179806E68788B8176716A857C75718D) ), he detailed. The location Curiosity
      landed on is basically "the destroyed, flooded, buried, and then eroded
      suburbs of an ancient urban complex," built around a huge mountain in the
      middle of Gale Crater, he asserted. On Earth, you have a vigorous oxygen
      atmosphere, so things rust and oxidize but Mars "has been for millions of years a
      giant planetary museum with no oxygen, so things rust at an incredibly tiny
      rate," he explained.

      He spoke of his "Accutron" inertial system which he's used in experiments
      to measure torsion effects at sites such as ancient Mexican pyramids. His
      testing methods can also be employed to evaluate possible new free energy
      devices, he claimed. According to Hoagland, "the energy that's driving the
      torsion field itself is coming from a higher dimension, and so you have an
      unlimited source to draw upon, and shouldn't have to pay a nickel for power
      from the meter."

      Zen Entrepreneurship:

      First hour guest, technology trailblazer _Rizwan Virk_
      (http://www.dat-e-baseonline.com/front/a.asp?arg=8F
      7D995F92787564657179806E68788B8176716A857C75718E) talked about the concept of Zen entrepreneurship, which involves
      accessing self-knowledge and reflection. In terms of developing the best
      career path for oneself, he suggested finding the intersection of three
      different areas-- what it is that you love to do, what it is that you're good at,
      and what the existing market wants or will pay for. He also recommended
      paying attention to individualized clues that the universe or your environment
      puts out before you, which may come in the form of hunches or
      synchronicities.


























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