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Zackaryas (talk) 05:58, 22 August 2014 (UTC)==Stolen and missing moon rocks==[1] Hi. Could you point me where the Columbia Tribune article says: "Gutheinz does not believe Navarro's claim, stating " Seems that you should to edit it again.



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Still Learning[edit]

Re: 96 moves in the two knights endgame[edit]

Yes i knew that pawn reset this 50 rules, but in Nalimov table last move pawn is e2 to e1 and win in 74 move:) and the next pawn move is in win in 4, also the 50 move rules is break. Check it. Instruktorek (talk) 16:26, 11 May 2014 (UTC)

OK. Usually in theoretical endgames they don't count the fifty move rule. Bubba73 You talkin' to me? 17:11, 11 May 2014 (UTC)

Help with name of book[edit]

I remember reading about 15 years ago. From what I can remember of it, the story was about this guy who comes across a chess set then when used in a game & if the other player loses then that person will die. In the end of the story the guy with the chess set plays a chess game with someone that he expects to lose but he loses himself. Any ideas ? Scotius (talk) 12:33, 7 July 2014 (UTC)

It does not sound familiar to me at all. You could try asking at Wikipedia:Reference desk/Humanities - someone there will probably know. Bubba73 You talkin' to me? 18:53, 7 July 2014 (UTC)

Well, someone there suggested coming here to ask you (Wikipedia:Reference desk/Humanities - Help with name of book) Scotius (talk) 13:31, 8 July 2014 (UTC)

Ah, my old buddy Baseball Bugs. I just don't read any fiction. Bubba73 You talkin' to me? 15:41, 8 July 2014 (UTC)

fair enough, thanks anyway. Scotius (talk) 14:19, 9 July 2014 (UTC)

By hereby, requested to you to reconsider your decision not to publish my recent contribution to: "Stolen and missing moon rocks" (HOW MANY KILOGRAMS OF MOON ROCKS WERE GIVEV AWAY TO VIP AS PAPERWEIGHT Zackaryas (talk) 21:33, 13 August 2014 (UTC)[1]? I want to note that his argument "Because it did not Appear constructive." is unethical and contrary to the ideals and principles of Wikipedia for expose the truth for on any personal consideration. I beg you not to delay this matter more to avoid to go to "Dispute Resolution Requests."Zackaryas (talk) 22:38, 20 August 2014 (UTC)

Moon rocks[edit]

I'm really very surprised by his comments regarding my contribution to "Stolen and missing moon rocks." You say: "Because it did not Appear constructive." Well. I think the truth is always constructive. I think that, being me one of the leading persons of that meeting, I can give my version, even when, in wikipedia described me as a liar. If you want to hold your point of view, make sure you have very good arguments.

rafael.navarro7@gmail.com — Preceding unsigned comment added by Zackaryas (talkcontribs) 02:01, 8 August 2014 (UTC)

Encyclopedia entries are not written in the first person. Also, they need to be referenced with a third-party reliable source. Bubba73 You talkin' to me? 02:43, 8 August 2014 (UTC)

Hello, Bubba73, Is me, Zackary, other time.

I hope this article, can be for you very constructive and interesting, as you can see the source of the information is NASA. If you have no objection, I ask you revise it and include it in the page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stolen_and_missing_moon_rocks > DISCUSSION If you have any reason for this post is not published, I ask you to be very explicit about the reasons you have.

Zackaryas (talk) 22:28, 20 August 2014 (UTC)== HOW MANY KILOGRAMS OF MOON ROCKS WERE GIVEV AWAY TO VIP AS PAPERWEIGHT Zackaryas (talk) 21:33, 13 August 2014 (UTC)[2]? ==


Never know exactly but according to the following document leaked by mistake from NASA could be about 10.22 kilograms. https://mira.hq.nasa.gov/history/ws/hdmshrc/all/main/DDD/42158.pdf


[NEWSN EW S NATIONAL AER~~OWNAAUSTHIICNSG TAONNDD .SCP.A C2E0 5A DMINISTREASTI ON ((22002) ) 99663e.-46195255FOR RELEASE: IMMEDIATE September 12, 1969

RELEASE NO: 69-130 USS4]

MOON SURFACE SAMPLES DISTRIBUTED Distribution of about 18 pounds of Moon rocks and dust (18 x 0.453 grams = 8.154 kilograms) to scientific investigators around the world begins today at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Manned Spacecraft Center near Houston, Texas. Lunar samples collected by the Apollo 11 astronauts will go to 106 principal investigators in the United States and 36 in eight other countries for analyses in university, l industrial, and government laboratories. The 4.2 kilograms of fine materials and chips and slices of about 30 rocks totaling 4 kilograms are being distributed for first-generation experiments. This makes up about onethird (1/3 from 21.7 = 7.2333 kilograms) of the lunar materials returned from man's first lunar landing.

Another 15 per cent will be kept as examples of the types (15% from 21.7 = 3.2555 kilograms.) of material returned from Tranquility Base, where the Apollo 11 Lunar Module landed July 20. The rest will be held for later scientific experiments, from which a small amount may be available on temporary loan for public display. Since its return in sealed containers on July 25, all the material has been under quarantine in the Lunar Receiving Laboratory at the Manned Spacecraft Center where tests on animal and plant life have shown no bad effects. Release of the samples was approved by the Interagency Committee on Back Contamination, set up to review NASA safeguards against the possibility of contamination of the Earth by alien organisimns brought back from the Moon. Preliminary examinations in the Lunar Receiving Laboratory have disclosed that there are two basic rock types: 1) compacted lunar soil and 2) igneous rocks. The preliminary examination has shown that the rocks have been lying on the lunar surface from 10 -150 million years. The igneous rocks crystallized from 3 - 4 billion years ago.

Each of the principal investigators or hi, representative mus't personally accept his sample at the Lunar Receiving Laboratory, and his plans for safeguarding the material must have been approved by Manned Spacecraft Center administrative, scientific, and security offici.als.

Of the 8.2 kilograms of samples being distributed, approximately 3 kilograms will be destroyed in the course of the planned experiments; the residues and the remaining 5.1 kilograms will be returned to NASA. Investigators plan to report results of their analyses early next year.

The types of investigation carried on by the principal investigators include almost every type of ,measurement that has been made on terrestrial igneous rocks or meteorites. The principal types of measurement are: 1. Measurements of physical properties of r(. Ics and soil. These data will help in understanding optical observations of the Moon from Earth as well as future seismic experiments. Studies of miscroscopic fission tracts and cosmic ray induced tracks will help us understand the radiation history of the Moon. 2. Mineralogy and petrology which include the study of the mineral content of the rocks and compositions of these when the rocks crystallized or were formed on the lunar surface. minerals. These studies will show how much water was present The study will also show how surfaces were eroded by particles. 3. Studies of the chemical composition of the rocks and fines. These studies will determine the concentration of virtually every one of the 92 elements that occur on Earth and in meteorites. Determinations of isotopic compositions of strontium lead, and the rare gas elements (Ne, Ar, Kr, and Xe) will determine the times of crystallization of the igneous rocks and the times that rocks have laid on the lunar surface. Studies of the rare gases in the soil will also furnish the first data on isotopic compositions of solar materials. 4. Biologists and organic chemists will determine the structures and relative abundances of compounds of carbon indigenous in, and deposited on, the lunar surface; determine the origin of the indigenous carbon compounds; catalog microstructures in terms of organized elements and microfossils; and define the presence or absence of viable lunar organisms.

"But then, where are this 11,22 kilograms that are missing, because the Apollo 11 brought 21,7 kilograms of samples.

( 7,23 approx 1/3 were distributed.

 3,25      "         15% were kept
11,22   ... paperweights for the desk of VIPs  (are missing ? )
21,70    Total returned.

Please, correct if it is wrong.)

Seems that NASA forgot this document in his book: "Where No Man Has Gone Before" A History of Apollo Lunar Exploration Missions. By W. David Compton. Published as NASA Special Publication - 4214 in the NASA History Series, 1989

Moreover,the statements of these two officials of the State Department is very clear: "NASA turned over he samples to the State Department to distribute," said Jennifer Ross-Nazal, a NASA historian, in a e-mailed response to question. "We don't have any records about when and to whom the rocks were given."

"The office of the Historian does not keep records what become of the moon rocks, and to my knowledge, there is no one entity that does so." (e-mailed Tiffany Hamelin, the State Department Historian.) See: http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/americas/2861027/Apollo-moon-rocks-missing

Even more,NASA has never said from where the Good-will Apollo 11 moon rock displays came from. (Wikipedia)


Rafael Navarro — Preceding unsigned comment added by Zackaryas (talkcontribs) 03:19, 8 August 2014 (UTC)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stolen_and_missing_moon_rocks[edit]

Zackaryas (talk) 21:04, 13 August 2014 (UTC)[3]

Hello!

I am Zackaryas. I want to say that I agree with your opinion, regarding my response on Counterfeit rocks (Texas); his reasons agree as set forth in Db-u5.

Rarely I find a person ready to hold an intelligent conversation, and also has very high ethicos concepts and self-respect as,to consider the truth above their personal convictions. . Usually when people do not meet these conditions, I do not talk with them and I contact the upper level.

All right. I want to ask you that aticulo referring, in which quotes my name is cleared without delay. I argue that the reasons for this are:

1) Mr. Gutheinz, does not meet the necessary knowledge to make these claims. (Although in reality he said otherwise.)

2) This article qualify me as a scammer. This accusation does not have any support; I'm still waiting to be charged for that reason. (Nothing would make me happier.)

3) Therefore, this article attempting to damage my good name.

4) NASA never ordered eBay remove my ad ; even you, can see it in: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Apollo-11-Moon-rock-Dust-meteorite-0-02-grams-approx-/191279122486?ssPageName=ADME:L:LCA:US:1123

5) As you can see this whole article is a farce, so, this post meets the conditions for removal, under the "Criteria for redaction" (2). But if what is written there, it can be considered as "mere factual statements ..." then my statements also must be considered in the same way.

Best regards


Hello, Bubba73, Is me, Zackary, other time. I hope this article, can be for you very constructive and interesting, as you can see the source of the information is NASA. If you have no objection, I ask you revise it and include it in the page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stolen_and_missing_moon_rocks > DISCUSSION If you have any reason for this post is not published, I ask you to be very explicit about the reasons you have. HOW MANY KILOGRAMS OF MOON ROCKS WERE GIVEV AWAY TO VIP AS PAPERWEIGHT Zackaryas (talk) 21:33, 13 August 2014 (UTC)[1]?[edit] Never know exactly but according to the following document leaked by mistake from NASA could be about 10.22 kilograms. https://mira.hq.nasa.gov/history/ws/hdmshrc/all/main/DDD/42158.pdf

[NEWSN EW S NATIONAL AER~~OWNAAUSTHIICNSG TAONNDD .SCP.A C2E0 5A DMINISTREASTI ON ((22002) ) 99663e.-46195255FOR RELEASE: IMMEDIATE September 12, 1969 RELEASE NO: 69-130 USS4] MOON SURFACE SAMPLES DISTRIBUTED Distribution of about 18 pounds of Moon rocks and dust (18 x 0.453 grams = 8.154 kilograms) to scientific investigators around the world begins today at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Manned Spacecraft Center near Houston, Texas. Lunar samples collected by the Apollo 11 astronauts will go to 106 principal investigators in the United States and 36 in eight other countries for analyses in university, l industrial, and government laboratories. The 4.2 kilograms of fine materials and chips and slices of about 30 rocks totaling 4 kilograms are being distributed for first-generation experiments. This makes up about onethird (1/3 from 21.7 = 7.2333 kilograms) of the lunar materials returned from man's first lunar landing. Another 15 per cent will be kept as examples of the types (15% from 21.7 = 3.2555 kilograms.) of material returned from Tranquility Base, where the Apollo 11 Lunar Module landed July 20. The rest will be held for later scientific experiments, from which a small amount may be available on temporary loan for public display. Since its return in sealed containers on July 25, all the material has been under quarantine in the Lunar Receiving Laboratory at the Manned Spacecraft Center where tests on animal and plant life have shown no bad effects. Release of the samples was approved by the Interagency Committee on Back Contamination, set up to review NASA safeguards against the possibility of contamination of the Earth by alien organisimns brought back from the Moon. Preliminary examinations in the Lunar Receiving Laboratory have disclosed that there are two basic rock types: 1) compacted lunar soil and 2) igneous rocks. The preliminary examination has shown that the rocks have been lying on the lunar surface from 10 -150 million years. The igneous rocks crystallized from 3 - 4 billion years ago. Each of the principal investigators or hi, representative mus't personally accept his sample at the Lunar Receiving Laboratory, and his plans for safeguarding the material must have been approved by Manned Spacecraft Center administrative, scientific, and security offici.als. Of the 8.2 kilograms of samples being distributed, approximately 3 kilograms will be destroyed in the course of the planned experiments; the residues and the remaining 5.1 kilograms will be returned to NASA. Investigators plan to report results of their analyses early next year. The types of investigation carried on by the principal investigators include almost every type of ,measurement that has been made on terrestrial igneous rocks or meteorites. The principal types of measurement are: 1. Measurements of physical properties of r(. Ics and soil. These data will help in understanding optical observations of the Moon from Earth as well as future seismic experiments. Studies of microscopic fission tracts and cosmic ray induced tracks will help us understand the radiation history of the Moon. 2. Mineralogy and petrology which include the study of the mineral content of the rocks and compositions of these when the rocks crystallized or were formed on the lunar surface. minerals. These studies will show how much water was present The study will also show how surfaces were eroded by particles. 3. Studies of the chemical composition of the rocks and fines. These studies will determine the concentration of virtually every one of the 92 elements that occur on Earth and in meteorites. Determinations of isotopic compositions of strontium lead, and the rare gas elements (Ne, Ar, Kr, and Xe) will determine the times of crystallization of the igneous rocks and the times that rocks have laid on the lunar surface. Studies of the rare gases in the soil will also furnish the first data on isotopic compositions of solar materials. 4. Biologists and organic chemists will determine the structures and relative abundances of compounds of carbon indigenous in, and deposited on, the lunar surface; determine the origin of the indigenous carbon compounds; catalog microstructures in terms of organized elements and microfossils; and define the presence or absence of viable lunar organisms. "But then, where are this 11,22 kilograms that are missing, because the Apollo 11 brought 21,7 kilograms of samples. (7,23 approx 1/3 were distributed.

3,25      "         15% were kept

11,22 ... paperweights for the desk of VIP (are missing ? ) 21,70 Total returned.

Seems that NASA forgot this document in his book: "Where No Man Has Gone Before" A History of Apollo Lunar Exploration Missions. By W. David Compton. Published as NASA Special Publication - 4214 in the NASA History Series, 1989 Moreover,the statements of these two officials of the State Department is very clear: "NASA turned over he samples to the State Department to distribute," said Jennifer Ross-Nazal, a NASA historian, in a e-mailed response to question. "We don't have any records about when and to whom the rocks were given." "The office of the Historian does not keep records what become of the moon rocks, and to my knowledge, there is no one entity that does so." (e-mailed Tiffany Hamelin, the State Department Historian.) See: http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/americas/2861027/Apollo-moon-rocks-missing Even more,NASA has never said from where the Good-will Apollo 11 moon rock displays came from. (Wikipedia)

Zackaryas (talk) 09:13, 14 August 2014 (UTC)[4]

  1. ^ http://www.columbiatribune.com/news/2012/may/20/untitled-p_moon052012/
  2. ^ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stolen_and_missing_moon_rocks
  3. ^ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stolen_and_missing_moon_rocks----Counterfeit rocks---Texas
  4. ^ [NEWSN EW S NATIONAL AER~~OWNAAUSTHIICNSG TAONNDD .SCP.A C2E0 5A DMINISTREASTI ON ((22002) ) 99663e.-46195255FOR RELEASE: IMMEDIATE September 12, 1969 RELEASE NO: 69-130 USS4] MOON SURFACE SAMPLES DISTRIBUTED https://mira.hq.nasa.gov/history/ws/hdmshrc/all/main/DDD/42158.pdf (page 201 -- 222, includes list of Principal Investigators and sample allocations.)