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At 76, physicist Stephen Hawking died after a long and fruitful life defying physical odds. His mind lives on in his work. Thanks for sharing with us, Stephen! The Einstein of his era passes. Perhaps Nassim Haramein grows prominently, now. Link below to our 2009 video stream of him in Boulder.
Ancient sky-watchers memorialized astronomical rhythms overhead and at the horizon associated with seasonal divisions. These shaped many diverse cultures and spawned countless time-keeping refinements — ultimately atomic clocks. Humans, animals and plants adapt with the seasons, gliding together through infinity, spinning, orbiting and spiraling as we're tugged by our Sun's course around the Milky Way, one of an estimated 100,000,000,000 to 200,000,000,000 galaxies in the Universe.
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self-taught physicist Nassim Haramein presents his breakthrough cosmology, a black-hole universality solution to the Unified Field Theory, to an overflow audience at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado, June 29, 2009 — 2.4 hour stream — uncut and ad free at ANTEN.NET

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