3 Jan 2017 Sherlock, Dr. Who’s Daughter and Acidalia Planitia

Hello family!  How are you doing from the time, space and place you visit me here?  I hope you are well.  We are doing pretty well here this morning/afternoon!  Wish you much love and overall wellness today!

So last night we were able to watch, thank you so much PBS, the first episode of Season 4 of the BBC’s Sherlock (I don’t know if this link will work for you everywhere but worth a try! This is why we donate to our local PBS!  http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/masterpiece/programs/series/sherlock-s4/)

I won’t spoil it but for me it was well-done and I’ll say heart-breaking.  After you see it, you’ll understand what I mean by the heart-breaking part.  It was good to FINALLY see everyone again….wow what a long hiatus!  Kyle felt there was a lot of running but that seems to be a theme I’ve noticed with British shows LOL.   Remember Bennie Hill?!  This morning we watched the David Tennant Dr. Who, episode “The Doctor’s Daughter” and they actually admit to the lots of running part!


Georgia Moffett, who plays Jenny, is the real-life daughter of Fifth Doctor actor Peter Davison and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy actress Sandra Dickinson.[1] David Tennant described the episode by saying “We get to see the Doctor’s daughter, played by the Doctor’s daughter.”[6]

The theme of the Dr. Who episode we watched,  was about two warring factions (humans and half-fish/human beings called the Hath)  finding the “Source” which wasn’t some mystical being but about a ball of gas that could terraform a planet.  Essentially with gases, transform an uninhabitable planet into a habitable one.  So with this theme in mind, the extraordinary subject for today is  Acidalia Planitia…..a location on Mars.    I saw The Martian movie they reference and it looks like this place would be like living at the North Pole or the Artic.  I imagine if we stopped spending our global resources on war and ventures that require war to make more money,  we could actually fund a brain-trust of people to figure this terraforming out…..prepare ourselves a certain future home.

Source Internet: Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

Source Internet: Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

About this Image


Acidalia Planitia, a region on Mars imaged by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) Camera on NASA’s Reconnaissance Orbiter, is known to the public for reasons less than scientific. While the real region has been a location of interest as part of an objective to locate safe landing sites for future Mars missions, many may know of this site as it relates to the popular movie “The Martian:” this is the area where Ares 3 and its crew lands.

The HiRISE Camera’s images are used not only for finding safe landing sites but to learn more about the topography of the Red Planet by creating stereo images and even helping to plan out safe paths for rovers currently on mission. [See more images by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter]

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

I noticed several visitors have been interested in the Keshe Foundation posts I’ve made the past year or so.  Here are some links for those who want more information

http://www.keshefoundation.org/ – link to their main website and they also have a bazillion different posts on You tube as well.


https://www.facebook.com/groups/GoldenAgeofGans/ – Facebook website that has over 16,000 members. Many who are actively persuing research into Keshe Foundation technology.

Some wisdom from the World Prayer Wheel today:


I believe in the fundamental truth of all
great religions of the world.
I believe that they are all God-given and I believe that
they were necessary for the people to whom these religions were revealed.
And I believe that if only we could all of us
read the scriptures of the different faiths from the standpoints
of the followers of these faiths,
we should find that they were at bottom
all one and were all helpful to one another.

mahatma Gandhi




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