Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Daily 2 Cents: Devil 'Texts' Priest -- More Mysterious Holes in Siberia -- It’s Probable That Alien Probes Have Reached Earth
Devil ‘texts priest’ Father Marian Rajchel over exorcism
A Polish priest who carried out an exorcism on a teenage girl says he is getting abusive text messages — from the devil.
It appears Lucifer isn’t too happy that Father Marian Rajchel tried to save the young girl’s soul and has been voicing his displeasure via text.
“The author of these texts is an evil spirit who has possessed her soul”, he told the Austrian Times . “Often the owners of mobile phones are not even aware that they are being used like this. However, in this case it is clear.”
In one of the texts the devil apparently told Father Rajchel that he was wasting his time trying to save the teenager.
“She will not come out of this hell. She’s mine. Anyone who prays for her will die,” the devil said.
After Father Rajchel replied, the devil then turned on him, getting particularly nasty and personal with the priest.
“Shut up, preacher. You cannot save yourself. Idiot. You pathetic old preacher,” he said.
Father Rajchel said “clearly this young girl has been possessed and needs further help.” - Herald Sun
More mysterious holes appear in Siberia
Two new unexplained craters have now been discovered in the permafrost of Russia's far north.
The mystery surrounding Siberia's anomalous craters seems no closer to being solved this week following the revelation that two more have turned up in different regions of the country.
The second hole, like the first, was discovered in the Yamal Peninsula but was situated several hundred kilometers away. With a diameter of 15 meters, the hole is located in the Taz district near the village of Antipayuta and possesses many of the same geological features as its predecessor.
"Undoubtedly, we need to study all such formations," said Earth Cryosphere Institute chief scientist Marina Leibman. "It is necessary to be able to predict their occurrence. Each new funnel provides additional information for scientists."
The third and most recently discovered crater is located in the Taymyr Peninsula where it was found by local herders who almost fell in to it by accident. While not as large as the other two, its diameter is still 4m and its depth is estimated to be up to 100m. Images at Siberian Times
Haunted Hanover, PA home continues to harass owners
It's only been two days since the Hanover episode of "The Dead Files" aired and already DeAnna Simpson, owner of the featured haunted house, has noticed an increase in traffic on Maple Avenue.
There are at least 20 or 30 cars driving by every day to check out the home, Simpson said, People are even hopping out of the car to take pictures of the property or snap a quick selfie. Others approach her with questions about the episode while she works in the garden.
"I was always quiet about it and ashamed to tell people," Simpson said about her experience living in the house for seven years. "You can't tell people stuff like that because they look at you like get the straight jacket. Now, all of a sudden, there is this overwhelming support."
Though Simpson said a few people accused her of living a Godless life or hunting for attention, most people are sympathetic to the situation. She's received emails, Facebook messages and been approached by others looking to share their own supernatural experiences. Read more at York Daily Record
Mathematicians Say It’s Probable That Alien Probes Have Reached Earth
NASA’s Voyager 1 space probe reached beyond our solar system’s boundary last year, and it’s set to rendezvous with a star named AC+79 3888—in about 40,000 years. It may seem like a long time, but imagine an alien race that’s 40,000 years ahead of us in technological development.
What if that race sent out a probe 40,000 years ago? Could we be at the receiving end of similar attempts at space exploration? What if that race had a million-year head start on humanity?
University of Edinburgh professors Arwen Nicholson and Duncan Forgana have pondered such questions and formulated some related theories.
They published an article in the International Journal of Astrobiology last year explaining techniques that could dramatically cut down the time needed to send probes far and wide. They also said it is not only possible that aliens could reach our solar system with such probes, but they may have even done so a very long time ago. And this may be ongoing, with several different alien cultures sending probes at the same time.
Furthermore, the probes could be so advanced we would not even be able to detect them. Just because we haven’t seen the probes, said the mathematicians, doesn’t mean they haven’t arrived.
According to Albert Einstein’s relativity theory, it is impossible to travel faster than the speed of light, and this has led some to question how aliens could reach our planet within any reasonable amount of time if they live so many light-years away.
Some scientists have begun questioning Einstein’s relativity theory, though it still provides the prevailing framework for understanding cosmic motion. Even within the bounds of this theory, said the researchers, space travel could be much quicker than previously thought.
Nicholson and Forgana theorize that probes could slingshot themselves around cosmic bodies using the gravitational forces of those bodies. This slingshot maneuver, combined with an ability to self-replicate, could allow alien civilizations to probe the entire Milky Way galaxy within 10 million years without going faster than the speed of light, according to their calculations. Actually, the probes would only need to go 10 percent of the speed of light to accomplish this.
It may seem that 10 million years is still a completely unreasonable time span, but considering the enormity of the galaxy and the great time span of all of cosmic history, it’s really quite short.
The two professors built their theory upon the work of mathematician and physicist John Von Neumann, who first postulated the model of the self-replicating machine in the 1940s.
The concept of the self-replicating, Voyager-like probe follows the idea that a probe is sent to a distant star system, and once it arrives, it collects the necessary resources needed to construct another probe. Once the new probe is finished, it would move onto another system while the parent would stay at its destination and complete its mission. - The Epoch Times
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