Cometas e espermatozoides: o parentesco que o bloqueio mental moderno não permite ver


Meu comentário postado no artigo abaixo, em 24/08/18:

How to explain this moving, falling, body, in an ecstatic picture? If not that this body has a proper propeller? Next to us, there is another moving body among ecstatic things: the spermatozoon going to an ovule. The modern occidental mindset has a mental wall which lead to prohibit these comparisons. That’s because they separates Cosmological Evolution apart from Biological Evolution. The result? Everything at Earth’s biosphere are product of the mystical magic absolute chance. The Matrix/DNA Theory, is the unique doing the opposite, with its astronomical models finding all evolutionary links between the two blocks of evolution, and building a new total different world view. Look to my avatar and see the position of comets at astronomical systems as the same position, shape, and function of spermatozoons at biological systems. Here, we are dealing with the spermatozoon self-propeller for to understanding the comet self-propeller. Astronomical systems are moved by electromagnetic and mechanics dynamics, but, they have already the principle of biological organization of matter, as a galactic cover, so, comets earns a new understanding, from a living being perspective. – Anand Sankar – Space Exploration


Comet, Heart and Soul

Image Credit & Copyright: Juan Carlos Casado (TWAN, Earth and Stars)

Explanation: The greenish coma of comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner stands out at the left of this telephoto skyscape spanning over 10 degrees toward the northern constellations Cassiopeia and Perseus. Captured on August 17, the periodic comet is the known parent body of the upcoming Draconid meteor shower. Predicted to be at its brightest next month, the comet is actually in the foreground of the rich starfield, only about 4 light-minutes from our fair planet. Giacobini-Zinner should remain too faint for your eye to see though, like the colorful Heart and Soul nebulae near the center of the sensitive digital camera’s field of view. But the pair of open star clusters at the right, h and Chi Persei, could just be seen by the unaided eye from dark locations. The Heart and Soul nebulae with their own embedded clusters of young stars a million or so years old, are each over 200 light-years across and 6 to 7 thousand light-years away. They are part of a large, active star forming complex sprawling along the Perseus spiral arm of our Milky Way Galaxy. Also known as the Double Cluster, h and Chi Persei are located at about that same distance. Periodic Giacobini-Zinner was visited by a spacecraft from Earth when the repurposed International Cometary Explorer passed through its tail in September 1985

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