Sunday, April 3, 2016

Hey You by Pink Floyd :::: 1919 My Inventions by Nikola Tesla :::: Laurasiatheria @Gondwana+Laurasia: "Bachen verteidigen ihre Jungtiere energisch & aggressiv." :::: 13th Annual Photo Contest "Under Pressure" ::::

My Inventions
Nikola Tesla's Autobiography
At the age of 63 Tesla tells the story of his creative life.
First published in 1919 in the
Electrical Experimenter magazine.
Table of Contents
I. My Early Life
II. My First Efforts At Invention
III. My Later Endeavors
IV. The Discovery of the Tesla Coil and Transformer
V. The Magnifying Transmitter
VI. The Art of Telautomatics
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as long as the original wording is not modified. 

Al muzeo archeologico di Apoloni (Fier) in Albania ::::
"The deity is within you, not in ideas and books. 
Truth is lived, not taught."
~ Hermann Hesse

"The Body Snatcher"
Author Robert Louis Stevenson
Country Scotland
Language English
Genre(s) Short story
Publication type Newspaper
Publisher Pall Mall Gazette
Media type Print (Newspaper)
Publication date December 1884
The Body Snatcher is a short story by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson (1850–1894). First published in the Pall Mall Christmas "Extra" in December 1884, its characters were based on criminals in the employ of real-life surgeon Robert Knox (1791–1862) around the time of the notorious Burke and Hare murders (1828).

The Body Snatchers is a 1955 science fiction novel by Jack Finney, originally serialized in Colliers Magazine in 1954, which describes the town of Mill Valley, California, being invaded by seeds that have drifted to Earth from space. The seeds replace sleeping people with perfect physical duplicates grown from plantlike pods, while their human victims turn to dust. The duplicates live only five years, and they cannot sexually reproduce; consequently, if unstopped, they will quickly turn Earth into a dead planet and move on to the next world. One of the duplicate invaders suggests that this is what all humans do; use up resources, wipe out indigenous populations, and destroy ecosystems in the name of survival. 

The novel has been adapted for the screen four times; the first film in 1956, the second in 1978, the third in 1993, and the most recent in 2007. Unlike two of the film adaptations, the novel contains an optimistic ending, with the aliens voluntarily vacating after deciding that they cannot tolerate the type of resistance they see in the main characters.
 The Invasion is a 2007 science fiction thriller horror film
starring Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig, 
directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, 
with additional scenes 
written by The Wachowskis 
and directed by James McTeigue.
 Apollo & Artemis, ca. 50 BCE 
@ Walters Art Museum

 St. Marks Square, Venice, Italy.
 Aphrodite crowning a herm of Dionysos with an ivy wreat.
100BC from Myrina >>>> now British Museum.
 Archaeological Museum of Heraklion.
Large clay female figurine with helmet, 
dedicated to the sanctuary of Gortyna.
Archaic period 7th century BCE.
 This is Erin Janus & she
is the boss from
Ancient Greek Coin 
dating from 100 BCE 
featuring a Gorgoneion, 
common apotropaic symbol, 
amulets to call on divine protection.

Dimetrodon grandis skeleton, National Museum of Natural History
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Clade: Reptiliomorpha
Clade: Amniota
Clade: Synapsida Osborn, 1903
Caseasauria Eupelycosauria
Theropsida Seeley, 1895

Synapsids (Greek, 'fused arch'), 
synonymous with theropsids
 (Greek, 'beast-face'),
are a group of animals that includes mammals and every animal more closely related to mammals than to other living amniotes. They are easily separated from other amniotes by having a temporal fenestra, an opening low in the skull roof behind each eye, leaving a bony arch beneath each; this accounts for their name. Primitive synapsids are usually called pelycosaurs or pelycosaur-grade synapsids; more advanced mammal-like ones, therapsids. The non-mammalian members are described as mammal-like reptiles in classical systematics; they can also be called stem mammals or proto-mammals. Synapsids evolved from basal amniotes and are one of the two major groups of the later amniotes; the other is the sauropsids, a group that includes modern reptiles and birds. The distinctive temporal fenestra developed in the ancestral synapsid about 312 million years ago, during the Late Carboniferous period. Synapsids were the largest terrestrial vertebrates in the Permian period, 299 to 251 million years ago, although some of the larger pareiasaurs at the end of Permian could match them in size. As with other groups then extant, their numbers and variety were severely reduced by the Permian–Triassic extinction. By the time of the extinction at the end of Permian, all the older forms of synapsids (known as pelycosaurs) were already gone, having been replaced by the more advanced therapsids. Though the dicynodonts and Eutheriodontia, the latter consisting of Eutherocephalia (Therocephalia) and Epicynodontia (Cynodontia), continued into the Triassic period as the only known surviving therapsids, archosaurs became the largest and most numerous land vertebrates in the course of this period. The cynodont group Probainognathia, which includes Mammaliaformes, were the only synapsids who outlasted the Triassic. After the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event, the synapsids (in the form of mammals) again became the largest land animals.


Wissenschaftlicher Name
Waddell, Okada & Hasegawa, 1999
Die Laurasiatheria sind eine aufgrund molekulargenetischer Untersuchungen festgelegte Gruppe von Höheren Säugetieren mit großer Artenvielfalt. Sie wurde im Jahr 1999 von Peter J. Waddell und Forscherkollegen wissenschaftlich eingeführt. Der Name, für den es bis jetzt keine deutsche Entsprechung gibt, deutet darauf hin, dass sie ihren Ursprung auf dem früheren nördlichen Superkontinent Laurasia haben. Die Schwestergruppe der Laurasiatheria sind wahrscheinlich die Euarchontoglires, zu denen auch der Mensch gehört und mit denen sie zusammen das Taxon Boreoeutheria bilden (Exafroplacentalia). Der letzte gemeinsame Vorfahr beider Gruppen lebte vermutlich vor 85 bis 95 Millionen Jahren auf der Nordhalbkugel. Die Trennung der Überordnungen ist durch etwa 85 bis 90 Millionen Jahre alte Funde von Zalambdalestiden, die mit den Nagetieren (Rodentia) also (Euarchontoglires) verwandt sind, und Zhelestiden, die zu den Paarhufern (Artiodactyla) gezählt werden können, fossil dokumentiert.

Bei dem Vergleich mit den anderen Überordnungen gibt es zahlreiche Fälle konvergenter Evolution, zum Beispiel eine Anpassung an das Leben im Meer bei Seekühen der Afrotheria und den laurasiatherischen Walen und Robben oder die Spezialisierung auf Insekten bei den afrotherischen Erdferkeln, den laurasiatherischen Schuppentieren und den Ameisenbären, die zu den Nebengelenktieren gehören. Als einzige Säugetiergruppe haben die Laurasiatheria mit den Fledertieren (Chiroptera) aktiv den Luftraum erobert. Mit dem Blauwal (Balaenoptera musculus) stellen sie nicht nur das größte Säugetier, sondern das größte bekannte Tier überhaupt, das jemals gelebt hat.
Die Laurasiatheria untergliedern sich in die folgenden Taxa:

Die Ordnungen der:

Sowie zwei Zwischentaxa mit je zwei Ordnungen:

Zu den Laurasiatheria rechnet man auch die ausgestorbenen Mesonychia, die Südamerikanischen Huftiere (Meridiungulata) und die Urraubtiere (Creodonta). 

Die Zuordnung anderer Gruppen ist umstritten.

 Ulawun Lounge+Bar @Manchuguard 
~ Ein Mandschu in traditioneller Kriegerpose 

From Stonehenge to Nefertiti: 

how high-tech archaeology 

is transforming our view of history

Trilingual cuneiform inscription
 of Xerxes @Van Fortress in Turkey 
~ Old Persian, Akkadian & Elamite
Cannabis Protected 
India’s Famous Ellora Caves 
From Decay For 1,500 Years
 March 12, 2016 :::: Archaeology News 
Ancient Louisiana City
is a World Heritage Site 
built by ancient Native Americans 
dating back to around 1600-1300 B.C.
 IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde, 
Zhou Xiaochuan, Governor of the People's Bank of China
 & France's Finance Minister Michel Sapin 
attend a seminar in Paris, France, March 31, 2016. 
:::: Photo Reuters ::::
Hu. Pol. Thema
>>>> Politika je Kurva:

It’s Time for Hillary Clinton 

to Concede the Democratic Nomination 

to Bernie Sanders

03/28/2016 09:26 am ET | Updated 5 days ago

Wunny bunny Ulawun
The Father, 
North Son.

Hathor temple in Qina, Egypt 
by Hayder Alsahaf

❝ His body smelled like a precious-wood forest; 
his hair, like sandalwood, his skin, like cedar. 
It was as if he had always lived among trees and plants. ❞
— Anaïs Nin

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