This post is really about rocket science, but, it is really about the future, past and present 'states' of rocket science, the buoyant transgressional mechanism that floats vehicles in space from the platforms, stages and theatres we stand on. The idea that a rubber ducky floats on the bath water surface because the material has a lighter state inside of it floating on a heavier state is because states as we comprehend them rise really is a basic explanation for infrastructure building, the sort of infrastructure that brings our modern knowledge of rocketry to the infrastructure stage that depends on platform to platform knowledge, across the entirety of the state spectrum and total map of the quantum mechanics.
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Many totem poles are obvious animal influenced artistic influences, the reasons for these It would be safe to assume is the Native American Indians knowledge of his land, his knowledge of his peoples territories and his friends inside of those territories, those territories are ancient and the archaeology is evidence of the many waves of those ancestors that reside govern and populate the multi stage realm.
Alligator Maternal, revenge oriented, quickness, aggression, and basic survival instincts.
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Title X. Reauthorization of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act
Reauthorization of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act:
The Act reauthorizes the Indian Health Care Improvement Act (ICHIA) which provides health care services to American Indians and Alaskan Natives. It will modernize the Indian health care system and improve health care for 1.9 million American Indians and Alaska Natives.
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NASA Invites Media to Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer Arrival
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- NASA will host a media event at 10:30 a.m. EDT on Thursday, Aug. 26, at the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida for the arrival of the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS). The state-of-the-art device to further our understanding of the universe will launch to the International Space Station during the last scheduled space shuttle flight next year.
The AMS will arrive for processing at Kennedy's Shuttle Landing Facility at 11 a.m. aboard an Air Force C-5 aircraft. The instrument, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), is a particle physics detector constructed, tested and operated by an international team representing 16 countries.
During the media event, reporters will have an opportunity to speak with AMS' principal investigator, Nobel Prize-winning physicist Samuel Ting of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Mark Sistilli, NASA's program manager for AMS. Other members of the international AMS team, flight processing project managers, DOE staff and European Space Agency officials, whose facilities were used in testing the experiment, also will be available for interviews.
U.S. reporters must apply for credentials by noon, Wednesday, Aug. 25. International journalists must apply by 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 17. Reporters without permanent Kennedy credentials should submit their request online at:
Media planning to attend must arrive at Kennedy's news center by 9:30 a.m. for transportation to the event. Participants must be dressed in full-length pants, flat shoes that entirely cover the feet and shirts with sleeves. Because times are subject to change, call Kennedy's media information line for updates at 321-867-2525.
The AMS will fly aboard shuttle Endeavour's STS-134 mission, targeted to launch Feb. 26, 2011. The device will be mounted and operated on the space station. It will use the unique environment of space to advance knowledge of the universe, leading to a better understanding of the universe's origin by searching for antimatter, dark matter, strange matter and measuring cosmic rays. AMS will attempt to answer such fundamental questions of the origin and nature of the universe as, is there antimatter in the universe; what is the exact nature of dark matter; and does strange matter exist. The experiment is expected to remain active for the duration of the station's life.
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Indian summer is an expression given to a period of sunny, warm weather in autumn in the Northern Hemisphere, typically in late October or early November, after the leaves have turned following an onset of frost but before the first snowfall.
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Health has certainly been linked to temperature and hopefully the continuing advances of technology bring more medical success.
15 minute brain scan could test for autism
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Brain scan could test for autism
Children could in future be screened for autism using a 15 minute brain scan developed by British scientists.
The technique, which assesses structural changes in the brain, has already been tested on adults and shown to have an accuracy of 90 per cent.
In as little as two years it could start to revolutionise the way psychiatrists diagnose the developmental disorder which affects more than 500,000 people in the UK.
Not only is the method far quicker than conventional ways of identifying autism, but up to 20 times more cost effective.
At present, the disorder is chiefly diagnosed by observing behavioural traits using a battery of tests. The process can take a whole day, involve an entire team of clinicians, and cost as much as £2,000. The brain scans take a matter of minutes and cost between £100 and £200.
Although it is likely to be used as an extra diagnostic tool at first, in time the technique could replace observational assessments completely, the researchers believe.
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Many techniques exist for remedies and cures, but, it is still knowledge of ancient studies that yeald the results, obviously a better knowledge of medicine and more concentrated versions of plants and flowers have improved the performance of mans following illness's, space travel will present a serious challenge to medicine particularly because of the deep space plasma which is a thicker blend of dark matter which will infect human bodies at compression rates aswell as breathing, seeing and listening, vacines for the protection against them will perhaps only probably be found on the nearest planets/moons/planetoids that have atmospheres that have been exposed to the mass.
AN INDIAN PRAYER
Whose voice I hear in the winds
and whose breath gives life
to all the world,
I am small and weak,
I need your strength and wisdom.
Let me walk in beauty,
and make my eyes ever behold
the red and purple sunset.
Make my hands respect the things you have made
and my ears sharp to hear your voice.
Make me wise so I may understand
the things you taught my people.
This web address has some contemplatory Indian pipe music.
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Places are important to health, for any person a region near a river, a region near a forest, among a busy city, near train stations, near busy streets, people become attracted to the lure of particular places, a life is not a long experience as we average 80 years, but, to travel among a place that has such a mass of land with a varying landscape offering is an exceptional way to make peace with our journey. Many ways to be as affirmative to land submission as naturally possible show that man really is 'home when being at home', it is the highest of clouds that decide when the vision to the stars grants the watcher, it is the watcher himself that become one with his vision when the stars grant him, and thus, this man will stand in the stars, it is only this man that will stand in the stars, and that is real rocket science, because it is the thrust on that land that grants the passage to the heavens, and it is the material that travels through the heaven that is granted passage, a passage is a future age for those with past knowledge.
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It is said among some fables that the Native American Indian's came from the stars and it is true to say that they are students of the land, if it were true to evaluate people who relocate to new regions it would be true to say that it is because of a hidden calling that produces a yearning. If President Barack Obama's era produced knowledge for an anti ageing process primarily due to the human genome being understood more for it's endemic resource essential, I would certainly be seeking the wisdom of these people that have spent a minimum ten thousand years watching and listening to the land send messages to its people who are students of our way. Before we move it is our communication with our winds that send the rapture of elope time to our ascendancy on land while we move through our winds our feet become our brains, in America it is known this is so, all man in America that stays will become an Indian man, for if it is to stay, then it will be so, the Indian way will be so, and its journey is thus.
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THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 15, 2009
President Obama Announces Kimberly Teehee as Senior Policy Advisor for Native American Affairs
WASHINGTON – Today, in taped remarks to the 2009 National Congress of American Indians Mid-Year Conference, President Barack Obama announced the appointment of Kimberly Teehee as Senior Policy Advisor for Native American Affairs. As a member of the Domestic Policy Council, Teehee will advise the President on issues impacting Indian Country. President Obama also announced that the White House will hold a Tribal Nations Conference later this fall. "Kim Teehee will be a tremendous asset to our team as we work to strengthen and build on the Nation-to-Nation relationship between the United States and tribal nations," said President Obama. "She is rightly recognized as an outstanding advocate for Indian Country, and she will provide a direct interface at the highest level of my Administration, assuring a voice for Native Americans during policy making decisions."
Kimberly K. Teehee, Senior Policy Advisor for Native American Affairs, White House Domestic Policy Council
Since January of 1998, Teehee has served as a Senior Advisor to the House of Representatives Native American Caucus Co-Chair, Congressman Dale Kildee (D-MI). A member of the Cherokee Nation, she has also served as the Director of Native American Outreach for the Presidential Inaugural Committee for President Clinton’s second Inauguration. Prior to that, Teehee was the Deputy Director of Native American Outreach at the Democratic National Committee. She has also held various positions with the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, including serving as a Law Clerk in the Division of Law and Justice. Teehee received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Northeastern State University and her Juris Doctor from the University of Iowa, College of Law. While in law school, Teehee was honored with the Bureau of National Affairs Award and served in leadership positions in the National Native American Law Student Association and the Iowa Native American Law Student Association.
President Obama’s taped remarks to the National Congress of American Indians Mid-Year Conference follow:
Good morning everyone. I appreciate this opportunity to speak with you today and to express my admiration and support for the critical work NCAI does advocating for the rights and aspirations of American Indians and Alaska Natives. I’m also pleased to have the chance to acknowledge your President, Joe Garcia, for his outstanding leadership in this regard.
As you all know, our nation is at a defining moment, facing challenges unlike any in our lifetime, both at home and abroad. And as we work to rebuild our economy, strengthen our security and ensure that our children have every opportunity to fulfill their dreams, we’ll need every American and every community to get involved.
That is why I am committed to strengthening and building on the Nation-to-Nation relationship between the United States and tribal nations. That commitment started with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, which provides over $3 billion in funding for Indian Country. And it extends to our work to empower Native communities to address their pressing local priorities, starting with significant increases in the 2010 proposed budget for health care, law enforcement and education. I recognize that this budget proposal does not make up for past deficiencies, but it does reflect my determination to work with you to reevaluate our spending priorities and include Native Americans in the national policy debate.
These efforts will not be easy. At times the pace of progress will be frustrating. But I am confident that we can bring the change we need, particularly given the outstanding team of leaders and experts whom I’ve chosen to join my Administration. Individuals like Larry Echo Hawk as Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Indian Affairs; Yvette Roubideaux as Director of the Indian Health Service; Mary Smith as Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Justice; and Hilary Tomkins as Solicitor of the Department of Interior.
I am also pleased to point out that Jodi Gillette of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, who is a member of my White House Intergovernmental Affairs staff, is with you today. And I am delighted to announce that someone many of you know -- Kim Teehee -- will soon be joining the White House Domestic Policy Council.
As we move forward, I want you to know that my staff and I are eager to engage with Indian Country on your priorities – to listen to you and learn from you. I am particularly looking forward to meeting with many of you at the Tribal Nations Conference we will hold at the White House later this fall.
Again, I thank you for your commitment. I wish you much success in your discussion today, and I look forward to hearing about it from Jodi when she returns to Washington later this week.
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Wig wam motel's will be an interesting space business.
The wig wam is a classic remedy for the traveller, most people would associate the wig wam with people who have decided to habitate the environment with very simple techniques that is easy to maintain and re-establish on varying regional area choices. The wigwam is actually an advanced method for physical biological alignment for personal land mass atomic weighting order, as we have used the description of the rubber ducky floating on water, the wigwam shape itself focus's the land mass with the characters habitating aligning the gravity weight to brain ratio to sky atmosphere, thus, the Indian becomes his environment, obviously the methodology is simple to perform and would be an excellent starter home for planetoid travellers. The Base of the wig wam being tuned to the necessary magnetic signature and itself being the driving transport technique as it functions as an anti gravity platform base to base, it would be easy enough to have anti gravity platforms that travel to and from specific regions on planets at a set time, to a set place at a set speed using specific flight paths, very much the way of the Indian philosophy, obviously the acclimatising is the specific choice of the intellectual journey.
Pow wow hip hop style
I beleive that the type of music played on planets will be seriously effective for the settling phase, every regional culture on our planet has utilised, adapted and developed paths for learning, more importantly remembering, but, conciously tuning for a specific purpose, it is naturally evident with the native American Indian sounds produced for music from local materials, some mimicking animals for a decent into intelligence negotiatiating with the natural place, it is well known that the Indians have spirit guides for their journey on planet and for communicating and maintaining their path which is spiritually designed for multi life functions.
Dolphin Kind, salvation, wisdom, happiness, playfulness, prudent, capable of deep emotion, and happy.
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Penguin Self-discipline, grace, self-confidence, spiritual
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An American Indian song
Hopefully the development of safe aircraft flight paths and aeronautic techniques for controlled flight with 100% safety record capability [barring laser attacks from space or unknown airspace] will be the priority on the space programme development agenda as President Barack Obama has issued his word and solid judgement of. The prevention of loss of personel is paramount to the agency and must therefore be so for any international space agency developing space vehicles for space use, the decision to retire the shuttle collection of four orbiter vehicles must be of serious significance with the recent declaration of Chinese teleportation techniques improving aeronautic and air space capabilities in the near future.
God bless the American economy, god bless President Barack Obama and god bless the people at work to support the presidents judgement.
God bless our planet and people.
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NASA Administrator Charles Bolden Issues Statement On The Death Of Former Senator Ted Stevens And Monday's Plane Crash In Alaska
WASHINGTON -- NASA Administrator Charles Bolden issued the following statement Tuesday about the plane crash in Alaska that killed former U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens and injured former NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe and his son, Kevin:
"We at NASA are deeply saddened by today's news that former U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens and others were killed in a plane crash in Alaska that also injured former NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe and his son, Kevin. As a long-time supporter of NASA, Sen. Stevens made lasting contributions to our agency and our country. We at NASA mourn his loss and send our deepest condolences to his family, as well as the families and friends of all who perished in the accident. We also send our best wishes for a speedy recovery to Sean, Kevin, and other survivors of the crash. Our thoughts and prayers are with them and their families."
The simple truth is with old out of date reporting the economy reflects the present situation in American science, a situation that so rightfully explains the pre second would war status of America which is beginning to show it's true infrastructure agility, Albert Einstein himself sent his letter to the then President clarifying the situation of the German atomic bomb impending capability which resulted with the Manhatton project stimulous. The north American continent is itself mostly desert and not a developed land mass infrastructure, but, it's arid coy stance is certainly wooden truthed enough for world political Interpritation and justly pulls it weight in the political arena as any third world gun culture nation would.
There isn't a rush against China for anything except a scholar and a gentlemans word that all space activity knowledge be put on every international public table for the public's approval, that would include veiwing and serveilance from all international space activity, space defence technology declared and surrendered to the public, the peoples community, an organisation that represents the opportunities for all man woman and child in space, space activity and space development.
GOP senator warns NASA budget cuts will help China beat U.S.
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Congressional opposition to the president’s proposed budget for NASA stiffened on Thursday, as top Republican appropriators accused the White House of attempting to rob the agency of its mission.
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While President Barack Obama retooled NASA’s spending plan last week in an effort to temper growing congressional opposition, leading Republicans on a Senate Appropriations panel said Thursday that the new proposal still fails to address their concerns.
At the same time, a growing number of Democrats also signaled they remain unsatisfied with the president’s recent revisions, which he debuted during a speech at Kennedy Space Center last week.
The fight boils down to how much money is spent on manned spaceflight.
Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.), the ranking member on the Senate’s Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies subcommittee, said Thursday that the White House’s NASA plans would be insufficient as long as they call for an end to the Constellation program, an effort to send astronauts to the moon and Mars that began under President George W. Bush.
“The president’s plan only ensures the United States will be subservient to and reliant on other countries for our access to space,” Shelby said.
“Future generations will learn how the Chinese, Russians and even the Indians took the reins of human space exploration away from the United States,” he said.
Shelby is a longtime supporter of NASA.
NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center generates about $1 billion in economic activity for Alabama, according to the center.
Obama’s first 2011 NASA plan, which he pitched in February, immediately aroused the ire of congressional lawmakers, many of whom disagreed with the administration’s decision to cut funding for manned space missions. In addition to ending the Constellation program, the proposed cuts would have ceased production of the Orion space capsule and its long-range rocket.
The White House’s decision followed an independent commission’s report last year that stated NASA could not meet Constellation’s original goal.
Democrats and Republicans alike said the 2011 budget request would cripple NASA and lead to thousands of lost jobs.
The new budget, introduced last week, allows for the completed construction of Orion — a move the administration says will save jobs — but it would still kill the Constellation program.
Republicans argue that the NASA plan puts too much stock in the untested commercial industry to ferry astronauts to space and might cost the United States its premier standing in the international space race.
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), a senior member on the Commerce subcommittee, said he found it “ironic” that the White House hoped to reach Mars yet planned to cut manned space flight dollars.
Republicans said some Democrats shared their complaints.
“I do think that some of the Democrats are very unhappy; even the ones who aren’t speaking believe this is really a ‘cosmic road to nowhere,’ ” said Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas).
Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) introduced a proposal on Wednesday that would add $1 billion to the president’s NASA budget. The increase would ensure a heavy-lift rocket scheduled for a budget cut in 2011 could continue its testing phase, Conrad said.
Skepticism also seemed evident in Subcommittee Chairwoman Barbara Mikulski’s (D-Md.) opening remarks on Thursday. The senator, a NASA supporter, said she would respond to NASA’s budget only after more hearings and further research.
However, Mikulski did seem to criticize both the Obama and Bush administrations for charging NASA with diametrically opposed missions.
“We cannot reinvent NASA every four years. Every new president can’t have a new NASA agenda,” she said.
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