NEW YORK March 11 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Parents magazine today revealed exclusive results from a study of moms of children with special needs and those whose children are typically developing comparing their opinions on the health and happiness of children in their communities.The study results are featured in a 20-page special report entitled “Life in a Special-Needs World” in the April 2014 issue of Parents.
“Nearly one in six children in the U.S. is reported as having a disability and the most recent data shows that one in 88 kids has a diagnosis of autism” said Dana Points Editor-in-Chief of Parents.”As special-needs diagnoses become increasingly common it’s important that all parents better understand how their children are co-existing in our schools and communities.By sharing experiences cultivating understanding and maintaining an open dialogue every parent can help kids of all abilities thrive.”
Tragedy on an unprecedented scale.
So did dark matter kill the dinosaurs? The Chicxulub crater that has been linked to the extinction of the dinosaurs 66 million years ago does not completely coincide with the solar system passing through the disc – but Randall says there are enough uncertainties that there still could be a link. “It comes reasonably close, it’s not a perfect fit but it’s one possibility,” she says.
I really do believe I understand the basic behavior of these decaying dark matter strings and branes and I believe they arrive to our planet in a range of masses and sub-relativistic velocities and they clump together like bubbles in space due to their ultra high densities, gravitational attraction and radiation bubble. In cold dark space their bubble may be covered up in a layer of dust and charged particles so they hide, which, along with their sub-relativistic to relativistic velocities makes them extra troublesome to detect. They are basically orbital balls of entropy and they form strings as they interact with the dark matter at the cores of other orbital bodies. Read more at the link
I am running a year or so ahead of physics, but I think they are catching up, I need to think up some more really weird stuff…
In humans, oxidative stress is thought to be involved in the development of cancer, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, atherosclerosis, heart failure, myocardial infarction, fragile X syndrome, Sickle Cell Disease,lichen planus, vitiligo, autism, and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Aging is decaying and the Radars are speeding up the process! It is NOT COMPLICATED, JUST PAINFUL