ATTENTION HEAVEN and UNIVERSAL MILITARIES = WHAT ARE the NAZI’S up to now ? You will be FLOORED by SAINT ANDREW – October 27 2019 = SEE SOMETHING = SAY SOMETHING !!!

Interesting day, started watching this time travel movie about a sound weapon war machine built by the GERMANS, time-travel movie about the first world war in 1917. Interesting movie with a time-travel TWIN who keeps popping in between timelines with like a 1980’s frozen food character and a WWI airline pilot who takes photos of NAZI weapons of war. What I found interesting was the fact that they were discussing sound frequency weapons in 1917. Maybe this movie is trying to expose that these weapons have been around a lot longer than we knew or were told ? I posted the movie below.

I am going to post how I got to find-out about these SELF-HEALING planes, the journey that like normally magically leads me to something important.

That information is not in this movie I researched it below = the NAZI’S

Then I was guided to look up some words as I was thinking of divine GOVERNANCE

governance in Jewish Gematria equals: 931:g7o50v700e5r80n40a1n40c3e5

governance in English Gematria equals: 624:g42o90v132e30r108n84a6n84c18e30

governance in Simple Gematria equals: 104:g7o15v22e5r18n14a1n14c3e5

 

polar five 931 624 104 107
kerv ring 931 624 104 43
nina dobrev 931 624 104 83

polar five in Jewish Gematria equals: 931:p60o50l20a1r80 0f6i9v700e5

polar five in English Gematria equals: 624:p96o90l72a6r108 0f36i54v132e30

polar five in Simple Gematria equals: 104:p16o15l12a1r18 0f6i9v22e5

polar five 931 624 104 109
nina dobrev 931 624 104 83
kerv ring 931 624 104 43

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I was just innocently checking-out the word governance and came across Polar five and after watching the biggles movie. Just like the evil ones to attach evil things to the word Governance because we want a divine one.

I was also thinking about THE RADARS of plane detection as I remembered that the NAZI’S had built wooden planes to NOT be detected by radar from some research a few years ago which I found fascinating. THINK about that, a fighter plane made of wood that could FLY UNDER the RADAR detection to fight the wars, is quite brilliant isn’t it ?

NOW a SELF-HEALING COLD WEATHER PLANE ? WELL I think this should be SHARED to show the PROGRESS humans are making.

CAN YOU IMAGINE “SELF-HEALING MACHINES?” Discovering this before humanity even has a chance to heal and get MED BEDS – is really SCARY FOR US when it comes to the ROBOTIC/ROBOTS and CLONING industries. The last thing we want is a SELF-HEALING ROBOT that can wipe-out humanity and just how DANGEROUS this is to the REAL ORGANIC HUMAN RACE ?

 

https://www.awi.de/en/expedition/aircraft/polar-5-6.html

Alfred-Wegener-Institut
Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar-
und Meeresforschung

Facts and Figures

Name (Registry): Polar 5 (C-GAWI)
Model: Basler BT-67
Manufacturer: Basler Turbo Conversions
Commissioned at AWI: 2007
Length: 20.66 metres
Wingspan: 29 metres
Basic weight:
7.7 t (with ski landing gear 8.3 t)
Engines:
  Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67R
Output per engine: 1,281 PS
Fuel consumption: 570 litres per hour
Max. take-off weight: 13 t
Max. take-off elevation without payload: 4,200 metres
Range without payload: ca. 3,000 kilometres
Range with 1,000 kg payload: 2,300 kilometres
Max. cruising speed: 
315 kilometres / hour (Indicated Air Speed, IAS)
Min. cruising speed: 167 kilometres / hour
Crew: 2 pilots, 1 mechanic
Researchers on board for transit flights / measuring flights: 18 / 9

Research aircraft Polar 5 and Polar 6

Much of the Alfred Wegener Institute’s research is conducted in the inaccessible, ice-covered regions of the Arctic and Antarctic, making research aircraft indispensable. Currently the AWI relies on the research planes Polar 5 and Polar 6.

The two Basler BT-67 planes have been specially modified for flying under extreme polar conditions. Their landing gear, which combine skis and conventional tyres, allow them to land on and take off from concrete, gravel or snow. Thanks to de-icing systems, heating mats for the batteries and engines, and advanced navigation systems, the craft can even fly “blind” on instruments alone, safely land despite severe weather, and operate at temperatures down to –54 degrees Celsius.

AWI researchers use the aircraft to better understand processes at work in the polar regions, and to monitor and record interactions between the Earth’s crust, ice- and snow-covered areas, oceans and the atmosphere. Several times a year, Polar 5 and Polar 6 fly weeks-long expeditions in the Arctic and Antarctic. They carry on board a diverse range of scientific equipment, much of which was developed at the AWI. Depending on the purpose of the respective flight, equipment is supplemented or supplanted.


The planes are also vital to maintaining logistics between different international research stations in the Antarctic, where the AWI is an active member of the international
DROMLAN Network – as part of this logistical partnership, Polar 5 and Polar 6 transport materials and staff between the various stations and are also on-call to render aid in case of emergency.

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Verliebt in Moleküle

Komplexe Molekülsysteme und ihre Bildung sind Bert Meijers Spezialgebiet. Der niederländische Professor für organische Chemie forscht im Bereich supramolekulare Polymere.

Wenn man mit etwas Stunde um Stunde verbringt, wenn man der Welt davon erzählen will und es das Herz höherschlagen lässt, dann muss es wohl Liebe sein. „Ich bin verliebt in Moleküle“, bestätigt Egbert Willem „Bert“ Meijer, Professor für organische Chemie an der Technischen Universität Eindhoven und Spezialist auf dem Gebiet Supramolekulare Polymere.

Bert Meijer und die Chemie, das ist eine innige Beziehung. Die aber war nicht vorbestimmt: Nach der Schule ist Meijer klar, dass er etwas Naturwissenschaftliches studieren möchte. Mathematik und Biologie scheiden schnell aus, Physik ist es auch nicht. „Anfangs war es tatsächlich mehr das Ausschlussprinzip, das mich zur Chemie brachte“, gesteht der renommierte niederländische Forscher, der in seinem Leben für seine Forschungen zahlreiche ruhmreiche Auszeichnungen, Preise und Ehrendoktorwürden erhalten hat. Wer oder was also hat die Flamme entzündet?

„Als ich 20 war, brachte mein späterer PhD-Betreuer Hans Wijnberg mich in Kontakt mit Molekülen“, erklärt Meijer, für den Moleküle stets mehr darstellen als die kleinsten Teilchen mit den Eigenschaften des zugrundeliegenden Stoffes. Sie sind für ihn noch heute die Basis für Grundlagenforschung, die Innovationen möglich macht. Zehn Jahre lang kehrt Meijer der Wissenschaft dennoch den Rücken und arbeitet für die Industrie in Forschungszentren – eine Erfahrung, zu der er jedem Wissenschaftler raten würde.

„Nachdem ich in der organischen Chemie gelernt hatte, sammelte ich in der Industrie Wissen in Bezug auf Polymere“, erzählt er. Mit diesen Praxis-Erfahrungen ging er an die Universität zurück und transferierte sie zurück in die Forschung. Ein weiterer Schlüsselmoment, denn die Verbindung zwischen den Polymeren, jenem chemischen Stoff, der aus Makromolekülen besteht, und den Erkenntnissen aus der organischen Chemie, sollte fortan sein Wirken bestimmen.

Supramolekulare Polymere

Supramolekulare Polymere sind Polymere (chemische Stoffe), die aus vergleichsweise schwachen chemischen Bindungen wie Wasserstoffbrücken zusammengehalten werden.

Diese Bindungen können einerseits leicht zerbrochen werden, können sich jedoch auch schnell wieder zurückbilden, weshalb sie als selbstheilende Materialien gelten.

So können sie beispielsweise beim Erhitzen schmelzen und Fließeigenschaften wie ganz normale Flüssigkeiten haben. Beim Abkühlen wandeln sie sich wieder in den Ausgangskunststoff um.

Für die Energieforschung, Elektronik und Biomedizin können die dynamischen Eigenschaften der supramolekularen Polymere von großem Vorteil sein.

Die Nachfrage nach Materialien, die gleichzeitig hart und weich, aber doch flexibel und vor allem wenig wiegen, wächst weltweit.

Komplexe Molekülsysteme als großes Rätsel der Menschheit

Bert Meijer ist als Begründer des Zentrums für Complex Molecular Systems damit beschäftigt, die für ihn zentralen und alles entscheidenen Frage der Menschheit zu klären: „Wie hat das Leben auf der Erde begonnen? Wie sind die komplexen Molekülsysteme entstanden?“ Sein Spezialgebiet, supramolekulare Chemie, leistet dazu aus seiner Sicht einen elementaren Baustein. Die Erkenntnisse seines Teams würden dabei Themen wie Nachhaltigkeit und regenerativer Medizin helfen.

War Meijer zu Anfang seiner Karriere noch selbst intensiv mit Experimenten beschäftigt, begleitet er heute vor allem seine Studenten dabei. Das sei mittlerweile auch der schönste Teil seines Berufes – junge Menschen auf den ersten und wichtigsten Schritten ihrer wissenschaftlichen Karriere und beim zu begleiten. Die eigenen Errungenschaften treten dabei für ihn immer mehr in den Hintergrund – was sind schon Preise, wenn man mit der Forschung die Zukunft zum besseren verändern könnte? Innovation brauche junge, kluge Menschen, die Fragen stellen. Im nächsten Jahr treffen sich seine Absolventen und Doktoranden, wovon mittlerweile viele selbst zu Größen in der Forschung gewachsen sind, zu einer Art Klassentreffen, auf das Bert Meijer sehr stolz ist.

Sein Vertrag mit der Universität dauere noch sechs Jahre, dann ist er 70. Müde ist er noch lange nicht, zu sehr brennt die Neugier in ihm. Wenn man etwas verändern wolle, müsse man auch den Willen haben, etwas Neues zu tun, sagt er. Er sei schnell gelangweilt. Was ihn ansport? „Wenn Menschen sagen, dass etwas unmöglich ist, dann werde ich neugierig. Ist es wirklich unmöglich?“

Strategische Bewertung der Helmholtz-Forschungsprogramme

Zwischen September 2019 und Februar 2020 findet die strategische Begutachtung der Helmholtz-Forschungsprogramme statt. Bert Meijer gehört zu dem hochkarätig besetzen Gremium aus internationalen, unabhängigen Wissenschaftlern, die die Programme unter die Lupe nehmen. Die Gutachter prüfen, ob die Forschungsprogramme richtig aufgestellt sind, und erarbeiten Empfehlungen für die Neuausrichtung der Helmholtz-Programme in den kommenden Jahren.

Die strategische Begutachtung der Helmholtz-Forschungsprogramme

 

In love with molecules

Complex molecular systems and their formation are Bert Meijers specialty. The Dutch professor of organic chemistry conducts research in the field of supramolecular polymers.

If you spend about an hour and a half, if you want to tell the world about it and make your heart beat faster, then it must be love. “I’m in love with molecules,” confirms Egbert Willem “Bert” Meijer, professor of organic chemistry at the Eindhoven University of Technology and a specialist in the field of supramolecular polymers.

Bert Meijer and the chemistry, that’s an intimate relationship. But that was not predetermined: After school Meijer is clear that he wants to study something natural science. Mathematics and biology are quickly eliminated, but physics is not. “In the beginning, it was actually more of the exclusion principle that brought me to chemistry,” admits the renowned Dutch researcher, who has received numerous glorious awards, prizes and honorary doctorates in his life for his research. Who or what lit the flame?

“When I was 20, my later PhD supervisor Hans Wijnberg brought me into contact with molecules,” explains Meijer, for whom molecules always represent more than the smallest particles with the properties of the underlying substance. Even today, they are the basis for basic research that makes innovation possible. For ten years, however, Meijer turns away from science and works for industry in research centers – an experience he would advise any scientist.

I think it’s really important for your own career to leave your comfort zone and do something completely different. “

“After learning organic chemistry, I gained knowledge about polymers in the industry,” he says. With these practical experiences, he returned to the university and transferred them back to research. Another key moment, since the connection between the polymers, the chemical substance, which consists of macromolecules, and the knowledge of organic chemistry, should henceforth determine its action.
Supramolecular polymers

Supramolecular polymers are polymers (chemicals) that are held together by comparatively weak chemical bonds such as hydrogen bonds.

These bonds can easily be broken on the one hand, but can also quickly regress, which is why they are considered self-healing materials.

For example, they may melt when heated and have flow properties like normal liquids. Upon cooling, they revert to the starting plastic.

For energy research, electronics and biomedicine, the dynamic properties of supramolecular polymers can be of great benefit.

The demand for materials that are hard and soft at the same time, but flexible and, above all, low, is growing worldwide.

Complex molecular systems as a great puzzle of humanity

Bert Meijer, as the founder of the Center for Complex Molecular Systems, is busy clarifying the question of humankind, which is central and crucial to him: “How did life on earth begin? How did the complex molecular systems come about? “In his view, his specialty, supramolecular chemistry, is an elementary building block. The findings of his team would help topics such as sustainability and regenerative medicine.

At the beginning of his career, War Meijer himself was intensively involved in experiments, but today he mainly accompanies his students. This is now also the most beautiful part of his job – to accompany young people at the first and most important steps of their scientific career and at. His own achievements are increasingly taking a back seat to him – what are the prices if research could change the future for the better? Innovation needs young, smart people who ask questions. Next year, his graduates and doctoral students, many of whom have grown into research greats, will meet for a class reunion that Bert Meijer is very proud of.

His contract with the university lasted six years, then he is 70. He is not tired for a long time, too curiosity burns in him. If you want to change something, you have to have the will to do something new, he says. He was bored quickly. What started him? “When people say something is impossible, I get curious. Is it really impossible? “
Strategic evaluation of the Helmholtz research programs

Between September 2019 and February 2020, the strategic appraisal of the Helmholtz research programs will take place. Bert Meijer is a member of the high-caliber panel of international, independent scientists who scrutinize the programs. The reviewers examine whether the research programs are properly set up and make recommendations for the realignment of the Helmholtz programs in the coming years.

The strategic appraisal of the Helmholtz research programs

Sie sind seit jeher ein Faszinosum: schwarze Löcher. Aber was ist dran an der Legende, dass ein schwarzes Loch die Erde schlucken könnte? Volker Schomerus, Quantenphysiker am Deutschen Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), kennt die Antwort.

They have always been a fascination: black holes. But what about the legend that a black hole could swallow the earth? Volker Schomerus, quantum physicist at the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), knows the answer.

“Kann ein schwarzes Loch die Erde schlucken?“

demand
“Can a black hole swallow the earth?”

https://www.helmholtz.de/aktuell/themen/materie/

Nachgefragt

“Kann ein schwarzes Loch die Erde schlucken?“

Sie sind seit jeher ein Faszinosum: schwarze Löcher. Aber was ist dran an der Legende, dass ein schwarzes Loch die Erde schlucken könnte? Volker Schomerus, Quantenphysiker am Deutschen Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), kennt die Antwort.

Wir unterscheiden zwei Typen schwarzer Löcher, abhängig von ihrer Größe: Kleine stellare schwarze Löcher sind nur etwa zehnmal so schwer wie unsere Sonne. Es gibt sie millionenfach in unserer Galaxie, der Milchstraße. Der uns nächste bekannte Himmelskörper dieser Gattung ist über 1.000 Lichtjahre von der Erde entfernt. Große Sorgen müssen wir uns also nicht machen, dass die Erde von einem solchen kleinen schwarzen Loch geschluckt wird, denn: Selbst wenn unser Sonnensystem mit Lichtgeschwindigkeit auf ein solches schwarzes Loch direkt zurasen würde, würde es noch mehr als 1.000 Jahre bis zu einem Zusammenstoß dauern. Über eine solche Distanz einen so kleinen Himmelskörper genau und mit der maximal möglichen Geschwindigkeit zu treffen ist jedoch in höchstem Maße unwahrscheinlich. Die Gefahr, die von stellaren schwarzen Löchern ausgeht, ist also extrem gering.

Anders ist die Situation dagegen bei der zweiten Gattung, den supermassiven schwarzen Löchern, von denen kürzlich eines von Wissenschaftlern erstmals fotografiert wurde. Über deren Positionen und Bewegungen wissen wir recht gut Bescheid. Deswegen ist das Risiko berechenbar. So ist bekannt, dass die uns am nächsten gelegene Galaxie ein großes schwarzes Loch hat – und dass sich unsere Galaxie mitsamt der Erde auf Kollisionskurs mit diesem Nachbarn befindet.

Um es mal anschaulich zu machen: Wenn man die Lebenszeit unseres Sonnensystems auf einen Tag verkürzen würde, dann ist es jetzt neun Uhr morgens; der Homo sapiens existiert erst seit einem Wimpernschlag und die Kollision ist für den frühen Abend vorausgesagt. Ob es dabei überhaupt zur Kollision mit dem schwarzen Loch kommt – das ja nur ein Teil dieser Galaxie ist – lässt sich derzeit nicht vorausberechnen. Aber selbst wenn: Die Menschheit würde das ohnehin nicht mehr erleben – sie wird schon viel früher durch die Erwärmung und Ausdehnung der Sonne ausgelöscht sein.“

Weitere Ausgaben von Helmholtz Nachgefragt

22.10.2019 , Nachgefragt hat Benjamin Haerdle

They have always been a fascination: black holes. But what about the legend that a black hole could swallow the earth? Volker Schomerus, quantum physicist at the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), knows the answer.

We distinguish two types of black holes, depending on their size: Small stellar black holes are only about ten times as heavy as our sun. There are millions of them in our galaxy, the Milky Way. The next known celestial body of this genus is over 1,000 light-years from Earth. So we do not have to worry so much that the Earth will be swallowed by such a small black hole because even if our solar system were to fly directly to such a black hole at the speed of light, it would take more than 1,000 years to crash , However, it is highly unlikely to hit such a small celestial body exactly and at the maximum possible speed over such a distance. The danger posed by stellar black holes is extremely low.

The situation is different with the second genus, the supermassive black holes, of which one of scientists was recently photographed for the first time. We know quite well about their positions and movements. That’s why the risk is predictable. So it is known that the galaxy closest to us has a big black hole – and that our galaxy together with the earth is on a collision course with this neighbor.

To make it clear: if you shorten the lifetime of our solar system to one day, it is now nine in the morning; Homo sapiens has existed for only a blink of an eye and the collision is predicted for the early evening. Whether it comes to collision with the black hole – which is only a part of this galaxy – can not be predicted at present. But even if: Humanity would not experience it anywayit will be erased much sooner by the warming and expansion of the Sun. “

Further issues by Helmholtz Queried
22.10.2019, demanded Benjamin Haerdle

https://www.helmholtz.de/materie/kann-ein-schwarzes-loch-die-erde-schlucken/

REMEMBER that LUCIFER or AZAEL [?] HAS always had something to do with the north or south pole and ANTARCTICA. NAZI’S wanted WARS with us, so it’s good to know what they are creating and how etc. WE must always watch the NAZI’S and figure-out there next moves. This new tech like always could be used for good or evil. Let’s hope and pray that this new tech = is only used for the good of mankind and NOT against us. It looks like they might use this for EVIL so keep an eye on these guys and I am asking THE MILITARY and te UNIVERSALS to check out this website and all the weapons or products they have planned to use against humans

WE need the MILITARY to translate and research other items on this website to see if they have built weapons of war etc. These are QUANTUM PYSICISTS and GERMAN as well and could be creating dangerous machines like CERN.

https://www.awi.de/en/expedition/aircraft/polar-5-6.html

Namaste’

J

 

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