cygnets from the variable star in Cygnus
What was so amazing about these incoming cosmic particles from Cygnus X-3 is that they were able to penetrate solid rock for a depth of hundreds of meters, before finally colliding with localized atoms to create secondary particles known as muons. No other type of cosmic ray was known to do this, causing scientists to assume, perhaps rightly, that these particles were unique to science, and perhaps even exotic in nature (i.e. they contradicted the standard model of physics).
Gamma particles from The Swan
Russians have changed one species to another as eggs ... using em.
Is our DNA at risk? Is it backed up because there are some 8 billion of us?
What happens at the end of an age (now) ... should it happen?
... some folks are saying the solar system is filling with sphereoid craft.
Haven't met one, so I can't say.
Mind is the rider.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 21-Jun-17 16:04 by SallyA.