Thursday, February 12, 2015

The Blackbird Field Investigations @ Kosovo/Kosova: Alphanumerics, Etymology, History +&+&+&+&+&+&+&+ No Big Bang???

12+2+2+0+1+5 = 14+8 = 22
1+2+2+2+0+1+5 =13
22+13 = 35
LIKE AN OWL (in English) = WIE EINE EULE (in German) = KO SOVA (in Serbian)
E.S.P. = Extra-Sensory Perception
H.S.P. = Higher-Sensory Perception

" ... On the BQE  
easily doing 83 ...
Too fly for gravity, 
fuck you if you ain't family,
we're high above on that balcony ..."

-- Realm Reality feat. Prodigy: The Realness
Kosovo (Albanian: Kosova; Serbian: Косово, Kosovo) is a partially recognised state in Southeastern Europe that declared its independence from Serbia in February 2008 as the Republic of Kosovo. While Serbia does recognise the Republic's governance of the territory, it still continues to claim it as its own Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija. Kosovo is landlocked in the central Balkan Peninsula. Its capital and largest city is Pristina. It is bordered by the Republic of Macedonia and Albania to the south, Montenegro to the west, and the uncontested territory of Serbia to the north and east. In antiquity, the Dardanian Kingdom, and later the Roman province of Dardania was located in the region. It was part of Serbia in the Middle Ages, and many consider the Battle of Kosovo of 1389 to be one of the defining moments in Serbian medieval history. After being part of the Ottoman Empire from the 15th to the early 20th century, in the late 19th century Kosovo became the centre of the Albanian independence movement with the League of Prizren. As a result of the defeat in the First Balkan War (1912–13), the Ottoman Empire ceded the Vilayet of Kosovo to the Balkan League; the Kingdom of Serbia took its larger part, while the Kingdom of Montenegro annexed the western part before both countries became a part of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia after World War I. After a period of Yugoslav unitarianism in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, the post-World War II Yugoslav constitution established the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija within the Yugoslav constituent republic of Serbia. Long-term severe ethnic tensions between Kosovo's Albanian and Serb populations left Kosovo ethnically divided, resulting in inter-ethnic violence, including the Kosovo War of 1998–99. The war ended with a military intervention of NATO, which forced the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia to withdraw its troops from Kosovo, which became a UN protectorate under UNSCR 1244. On 17 February 2008 Kosovo's Parliament declared independence. It has since gained diplomatic recognition as a sovereign state by 108 UN member states. Serbia refuses to recognise Kosovo as a state, although with the Brussels Agreement of 2013 it has accepted the legitimacy of Kosovo institutions and its special status within Serbia. The agreement solidified that public institutions in Kosovo are exclusively operated by Kosovo's elected government, and not Serbia's. Kosovo is not a member of the United Nations due to its lack of diplomatic recognition from several countries. It is, however, a member of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank, International Road and Transport Union (IRU), Regional Cooperation Council, Council of Europe Development Bank, Venice Commission and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Within the European Union, 23 of 28 members have recognised the Republic; Cyprus, Greece, Romania, Slovakia, and Spain have not.

Das Amselfeld 
(albanisch Fushë Kosova / serbisch Косово поље/Kosovo Polje) ist die namensgebende Landschaft des Kosovo.

Alicia Keys @ Beacon Theater: Blackbird

The Blackbird Field Investigations:
Blackbird (in English) = Amsel (in German) = Kos (in Serbian)
Field (in English) = Feld (in German) = Polje (in Serbian)
The Amselfeld Investigations
The Ams+CH+EL+feld Investigations:

Magic Isis tricked them
took the Red Shield
 from the Satanic Luciferian
Mayer Amschel Bauer Mafia
a.k.a. Rothschild Mafia:
Uploaded on 30.1.2012

"Divide & Conquer"
is a Luciferian philosophy.
Read more at the following link:

This is an artist's concept of the metric expansion of space, where space (including hypothetical non-observable portions of the universe) is represented at each time by the circular sections. Note on the left the dramatic expansion (not to scale) occurring in the inflationary epoch, and at the center the expansion acceleration. The scheme is decorated with WMAP images on the left and with the representation of stars at the appropriate level of development.

No Big Bang?

Quantum equation predicts 

universe has no beginning


by Lisa Zyga

Posted on 10.2.2015 @ 02:24 AM
& relates to the scientific paper:
Volume 741, 4.2.2015, Pages 276–279
"Cosmology from quantum potential" by
The physicists emphasize that their quantum correction terms are not applied ad hoc in an attempt to specifically eliminate the Big Bang singularity. Their work is based on ideas by the theoretical physicist David Bohm, who is also known for his contributions to the philosophy of physics. Starting in the 1950s, Bohm explored replacing classical geodesics (the shortest path between two points on a curved surface) with quantum trajectories. ... Using the quantum-corrected Raychaudhuri equation, Ali and Das derived quantum-corrected Friedmann equations, which describe the expansion and evolution of universe (including the Big Bang) within the context of general relativity. Although it's not a true theory of quantum gravity, the model does contain elements from both quantum theory and general relativity. Ali and Das also expect their results to hold even if and when a full theory of quantum gravity is formulated. In addition to not predicting a Big Bang singularity, the new model does not predict a "big crunch" singularity, either. In general relativity, one possible fate of the universe is that it starts to shrink until it collapses in on itself in a big crunch and becomes an infinitely dense point once again. Ali and Das explain in their paper that their model avoids singularities because of a key difference between classical geodesics and Bohmian trajectories. Classical geodesics eventually cross each other, and the points at which they converge are singularities. In contrast, Bohmian trajectories never cross each other, so singularities do not appear in the equations. "It is satisfying to note that such straightforward corrections can potentially resolve so many issues at once," Das said.

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