Friday, April 1, 2011

Infrared Dimension(UFO Sightings) - Australian Research 2011

From the video's description: A session of Night Vision equipment, lasers and many passing objects in the sky. Seeing what is beyond the eyes of human vision into the infrared dimension and what lies there for exploration and discovery if ever science can except reality of existence and not ignore the evidence that lies here before them. For when man thinks he has all the answers, then we will know that is a sad day for all.

For any who may think the first unit is a plane strobe lighting, then answer to which pattern of navigation lighting does it follow? as it is not to any by Australian regulations standards. To any science minded, explain to me what is in our sky that is shaped as these objects with sizes up to 30 meters across, seen only in infrared light and moves as these objects without sound, structure in many cases unlike any machine and too large for any known animal or insect.
When you cannot answer these questions, then ask yourself why science and our representatives are not curious or investigative to these findings?

The media is controlled and dare not ask to show the scared public a side of reality it wants to ignore, why?

'Class Insecta' or 'Class Arachnida'

Flower and butterfly / Plant and insect (JP)

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Monarch Caterpillar Dorsal Aorta

Serendipity = making fortunate discoveries. Occasionally, there is a little serendipity in the lab. One Friday, a few weeks ago, I noticed an unusual larva, a fourth instar of a "black" larval mutation we are studying. This particular larva was lighter than most and we could see the blood coursing through the dorsal aorta. I said "Let's get a camera, this is neat!" In the course of doing the filming, and not doing it well, I kept getting advice from one of our critter crew members Alicia Bigelow, and I soon realized (another bit of serendipity) that Alicia needed to be in charge of the production of video projects that I've always wanted to post to Monarch Watch's YouTube channel. So, here is the first production: The dorsal aorta. In the voice-over I describe the general pattern of blood circulation in insects and arthropods.

Chip Taylor | Director, Monarch Watch

Cocoon and larvae. Morgellon series

This morgellon emerged on the chest at midnight.
Notice the cocoon is formed already.
The larvae that will emerge as an insect is visible from several places from under the white fibres.
You can see pink colour of the Morgellon adult larvae, at places a black colour is visible too. At places red fibres are visible.
I have no firm evidence but I think the red fibres will become legs etc..
This process happens at beginning of night.

Releasing Butterflies

My family released over 30 butterflies one afternoon. They came from our Insect Lore butterfly kit. What a fun experience!

I Caught An Insect

Rocking that helmet.