Giant viruses. Evolution. New genes.

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Three new members have been added to the Pandoravirus family. Researchers offer an explanation to their puzzling giant genomes with many orphan genes: pandoviruses appear to be factories for new genes – and therefore new functions. From freaks of nature to evolutionary innovators, giant viruses continue to shake branches on the tree of life! (1)

Life was always interrelated to death.

Like viruses, every day we bring death to the world.

Killing our self. Being reborn every single minute.

We are the destroyers of the world.

Take a good look.

We breath fire into the cosmos.

Drowning the sun under the moon.

The lion roars.

Breathing life into what is not…

Controlling the uncontrollable. Giving birth to God…

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Quantum bits are now easier to manipulate for devices in quantum computing, thanks to enhanced spin-orbit interaction in silicon. (1)

The world was born in chaos.

And chaos gave birth to us.

At the end, we will manage to control everything.

And everything will be destroyed.

The cosmos will be lost inside the stillness of consciousness. And out of nothing God will be born. Only to destroy the cosmos again. And set the wheels in motion once more…

Destruction and Death. Creation and Life.


On a ho-hum day some 12,800 years ago, the Earth had emerged from another ice age. Things were warming up, and the glaciers had retreated.

But at some point, out of nowhere, the sky was lit with fireballs. This was followed by shock waves. Fires rushed across the landscape, and dust clogged the sky, cutting off the sunlight. As the climate rapidly cooled, plants died, food sources were snuffed out, and the glaciers advanced again. Ocean currents shifted, setting the climate into a colder, almost “ice age” state that lasted an additional thousand years. Finally, the climate began to warm again, and people again emerged into a world with fewer large animals and a human culture in North America that left behind completely different kinds of spear points.

This is the story supported by a massive study of geochemical and isotopic markers published in 2018 in the Journal of Geology.

“The hypothesis is that a large comet fragmented and the chunks impacted the Earth, causing this disaster”, said one researcher. “A number of different chemical signatures […] all seem to indicate that an astonishing 10 percent of the Earth’s land surface, or about 10 million square kilometers, was consumed by fires”. (1)

A new cosmos. Regenerated from the ashes of the old one.

We are afraid of destruction.

We are afraid of death.

But everything we see is the child of death.

All creation is the result of destruction.

Don’t be afraid of the dark.

You are part of it from the very beginning of existence…

Don’t be afraid of death.

You were molded in its bosom…

Kronus… Hot ice… Cold fire…


The spectacular planetary nebula NGC 7009, or the Saturn Nebula, emerges from the darkness like a series of oddly-shaped bubbles, lit up in glorious pinks and blues. This colourful image was captured by the MUSE instrument on ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT). The map – which reveals a wealth of intricate structures in the dust, including shells, a halo and a curious wave-like feature – will help astronomers understand how planetary nebulae develop their strange shapes and symmetries. (1)

Cronus gives birth to his children…

Cronus eats his children…

The circle of life and death will never stop.

From zero, One will be born.

Only to end up in nothingness.

A nothingness which breeds universes.

Living and dying.

Dying and living.

Hot ice.

Cold fire…

Let there be light!


The intense, seminal event that created the cosmos churned up so much hot, thick gas that light was completely trapped. Much later – perhaps as many as one billion years after the Big Bang – the universe expanded, became more transparent, and eventually filled up with galaxies, planets, stars, and other objects that give off visible light. That’s the universe we know today.

How it emerged from the cosmic dark ages to a clearer, light-filled state remains a mystery.

In a new study, researchers at the University of Iowa offer a theory of how that happened. They think black holes that dwell in the center of galaxies fling out matter so violently that the ejected material pierces its cloudy surroundings, allowing light to escape. The researchers arrived at their theory after observing a nearby galaxy from which ultraviolet light is escaping. (1)

Light came from darkness. With the help of black holes the cosmos filled with light. The creation was full of darkness. Light is the result of destruction…

Let there be light said God.

And Satan rejoiced…

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