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The wesT has no viable opTions ... shorT of nuclear war --- of defeaTing Russia in Ukraine

Grants Single Mom

Who’s our real president? Joe Biden — or the staffers who keep walking back his comments?

Flint, Mich. Clerk Resigns After Elections Group Calls Out Lopsided Number Of Democrat Poll Watchers

China Recruited Top US Scientists To Gain Military Edge In Hypersonic, UAV & Submarine Tech – Reports

Pete Kaliner: Former EcoHealth VP says they developed COVID-19

Biden’s FBI is no beTTer Than ... The worsT miliTanT police enTiTies --- in hisTory

U.S Military Recruitment video. Woke Homos

The Latino vote in Nevada could lead to a Republican Senate majority

DeSantis Moves to Prohibit Communist China From Buying Farmland, Land Around Military Bases

Trump haTers who said ... “his supporTers" --- "musT be exTerminaTed”

'I'm NoT Bluffing' - Vladimir PuTin ... Warns The WesT --- He Is Willing To Use Nuclear Weapons

Democrats are blind to the dangers the illegal migrants they invite in face

Crazed NorTh DakoTa Man ... Runs Over - Kills Teen --- For “ExTremisT” Republican Views

WWIII - The DemocraTs’ ulTimate weT dream ... JusT imagine - marTial law wiTh DemocraTs ruling over us --- wiTh an iron-fisT

By transporting migrants, GOP governors are exposing Democrats’ hypocrisy

Release Biden’s secret voter plan

Nikki Haley: I won’t stand for liberal intimidation from Tish James or her office

Facebook spied on private messages of Americans who questioned 2020 election

Progressives, Journalists Worry: Are Polls Once Again Overestimating Democrats?

Crime Runs Rampant In Democrat Strongholds, With Shootings, Beheading Last Weekend

Biden Quietly Loosens Tech Export Rules to Chinese Communist Firms Just Days After Huawei Lobbyist’s Brother Joins White House.

Now it's a majority of voters who want Biden impeached!

Bank of America's Equity: Racial Discrimination, Elitism, Fraud, and Bad Business

NUKE ALERT - ‘DirecT ThreaT’ ... Russia could use TacTical nuclear weapons in Ukraine --- Taking us To brink of WW3 - warns miliTary chief

Special Master Order Reveals Biden’s Direct Involvement In Trump Raid And Six Other Bombshells

DemocraTs ... Dangerously Copy The TacTics --- Of Famous FascisTs

TIPP Poll Asks: Does America Have A Two-Tier Justice System?

FBI agent Timothy Thibault hid intel from whistleblower on Hunter and the ‘Big Guy’ Joe Biden

Biden’s open border is attracting a huge new category of illegal migrants

Inmates received $1.3 billion in covid-19 stimulus checks, including those serving life sentences

China’s Forced Organ Harvesting Demands U.S. Response

Studies Show ... ThaT Covid “Vaccines” --- Cause Massive Blood Damage

Zuckerberg’s Admission Of FBI Meddling In 2020 Election Is Even Bigger Than It Seems

Redacted Mar-A-Lago Affidavit Confirms Biden’s DOJ Fished For A Crime To Pin On Trump

Remember The People's Convoy (Feb 2022)

EveryThing abouT The raid ... The case being builT by The DeparTmenT of JusTice --- reeks of sloppiness - desperaTion.

Unsealed Mar-a-Lago search warrant affidavit reveals the government has no case against Trump

Wave of lawsuits coming against psychiatrists and doctors who rubber-stamped transgender mutilations and surgeries

CONFIRMED: FBI Colluded With Big Tech To Prevent Voters From Learning About Hunter Biden’s Laptop

With IRS Funding, Democrats Plan to Audit the Middle Class

Biden’s 87,000 IRS Agents Set to Become Woke Army of “Equity” Enforcers

My husband Capt. David Dorn was murdered in 2020 riots. His killer had help dividing America.

The ReTurn of PeTer STrzok ... How a Fired FBI Official Is Making The Case --- AgainsT Himself

Parents and the left are in an all-out war, and the kids are collateral damage

Mar-a-Lago ... The --- Abyss

White people banned from off-campus UC Berkeley student housing common areas

New Jersey district removes Thomas Jefferson from elementary school name over slavery

Come On, Mitch McConnell, Republicans Need You To Step Up And Lead


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Where Did Ebola Come From?
Post Date: 2014-10-23 20:54:03 by A K A Stone
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Several months ago, friends of mine were planning a trip to Liberia. They were just about to head over when they got the news that there was an Ebola outbreak. At the time, they contacted me to find out just how safe or unsafe it was in Liberia. They knew more about what to expect on the trip to Liberia, but they were unsure of what to expect in terms of Ebola infecting as many people as it had. At the time, the death toll was in the hundreds (recent estimates suggest that the death toll is over 4,000).1 I began trying to help them understand a few things about Ebola so they could make an informed decision. Since that time, I have noticed a number of websites have arisen with misinformation ...

Astronomy Picture of the Day Earth at Equinox
Post Date: 2014-09-28 00:42:07 by A K A Stone
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Explanation: Earth is at equinox. Over the next 24 hours, day and night have nearly equal duration all over planet Earth. Technically, equinox transpires at 2:29 am Universal Time tomorrow, but this occurs today in North and South America. This September equinox signal that winter is approaching in the northern hemisphere, and summer is approaching in the south. At equinox, the dividing line between the sunlit half of Earth and the nighttime half of Earth temporarily passes through Earth's north and south spin poles. This dividing line is shown in clear detail in the featured video, taken by the Russian meteorological satellite Elektro-L during last year's September equinox. The ...

Samsung SGR-A1 Robot Sentry Shoots Targets from 2 miles away
Post Date: 2014-09-16 00:46:37 by A K A Stone
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Samsung SGR-A1 Robot Sentry Shoots Targets from 2 miles away September 15, 2014 by Jack Blood   Filed under Sci-Tech Leave a Comment And how will SGR-A1 know if you are friendly or not? It will read your microchip. (Expect this announcement after several “friendly fire incidents)  Uber Gizmo A Samsung Group subsidiary has worked on a robot sentry that they call the SGR-A1, and this particular robot will carry a fair amount of weapons that ought to make you think twice about crossing the borders of South Korea illegally – as it has been tested out at the demilitarized zone along the border over with its neighbor, North Korea. The SGR-A1 will be able to ...

World’s first 3D-printed car unveiled in Chicago
Post Date: 2014-09-14 22:00:58 by A K A Stone
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(WGN)– In a matter of two days, history was made at Chicago’s McCormick Place, as the world’s first 3D printed electric car—named Strati, Italian for “layers”– took its first test drive. “Less than 50 parts are in this car,” said Jay Rogers from Local Motors. Roger’s company is part of the team that developed the engineering process to manufacture an entire car with carbon fiber plastic and print it with a large 3D printer set up at McCormick Place by Cincinnati Incorporated. Oakridge National Laboratory also collaborated on the concept that could bring custom printed cars to the marketplace by 2015. “You could think of it like Ikea, ...

DNA From This Ugly Fish Is Being Used to Synthesize Bulletproof Slime
Post Date: 2014-08-27 00:09:16 by A K A Stone
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If you have ever seen a picture or a video of a hagfish, it's probably been on some roundup of the ocean's most horrifying creatures. But the DNA within that very creature, often known as a "slime eel," just might be the key to creating sustainable, biodegradable plastic and lighter bulletproof clothing. The hagfish has a skull but no vertebrae or spinal chord, so scientists aren't totally sure whether to classify it as a vertebrate or not. It hasn't really changed in roughly 300 million years, which makes it a "living fossil." But this primitive sort of design is a boon for researchers who see potential in the hagfish's trademark, and arguably ...

Only brainwashed leftists could think that the preference of genitalia ...
Post Date: 2014-07-21 00:52:09 by A K A Stone
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Only brainwashed leftists could think that the preference of genitalia that you wish to touch on other people is inborn, but the genitalia that you actually possess are a “social construct”. Chromosomes be damned. And *we’re* anti-science and anti-reality. LOL!

The Largest Makerspace On The Planet Opens In Columbus, Ohio
Post Date: 2014-06-03 00:45:12 by A K A Stone
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Announced as far back as January, the efforts of founder Alex Bandar, COO Casey McCarty and Shop/Production Manger Matt Hatcher have finally come to fruition; the Columbus Idea Foundry — a 65,000 square ft. “makerspace” in the heart of Columbus, Ohio — is open in its brand new location. The new space, nestled in a downtown district called Franklinton, celebrated its official open house yesterday and it is going to mean a lot to central Ohio. What is it though? According to Hatcher and McCarty, it is “the largest community ‘makerspace’ on the planet.” Built in a 100-year-old shoe factory, it’s kind of like a gymnasium for people who want to make ...

Daunting Mathematical Puzzle Solved, Enables Unlimited Analysis of Encrypted Data
Post Date: 2013-12-28 16:38:11 by A K A Stone
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ARMONK, NY — IBM inventors have received a patent for a breakthrough data encryption technique that is expected to further data privacy and strengthen cloud computing security. The patented breakthrough, called "fully homomorphic encryption," could enable deep and unrestricted analysis of encrypted information — intentionally scrambled data — without surrendering confidentiality. IBM's solution has the potential to advance cloud computing privacy and security by enabling vendors to perform computations on client data, such as analyzing sales patterns, without exposing or revealing the original data. IBM's homomorphic encryption technique solves a daunting ...

Gene Therapy Scores Big Wins Against Leukemia, Other Blood Cancers
Post Date: 2013-12-10 00:01:53 by sneakypete
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In one of the biggest advances against leukemia and other blood cancers in many years, doctors are reporting unprecedented success by using gene therapy to transform patients' blood cells into soldiers that seek and destroy cancer. A few patients with one type of leukemia were given this one-time, experimental therapy several years ago and some remain cancer-free today. Now, at least six research groups have treated more than 120 patients with many types of blood and bone marrow cancers, with stunning results. "It's really exciting," said Dr. Janis Abkowitz, blood diseases chief at the University of Washington in Seattle and president of the American Society of ...

NASA says giant Saturn hexagon storm might be hundreds of years old
Post Date: 2013-12-06 21:58:27 by A K A Stone
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View gallery.This hexagon storm on Saturn may be hundreds of years old (NASA)In November, NASA released some incredible composite photographs of Saturn taken from the Cassini spacecraft. In some of the images, you can see streams of liquid erupting from the planet.This week, NASA has topped that with its most detailed movie of the “hexagon jet stream” erupting from the ringed planet, creating a giant storm that might be hundreds of years old.The movie shows a complete view of the top of Saturn. And in the middle of it all is the hexagon, a giant 20,000-mile-wide jet stream of winds racing at 200 mph.It’s a storm that NASA says truly stands alone in the entire solar ...

Human DNA From 400,000 Years Ago Found in Spain
Post Date: 2013-12-05 14:35:18 by Brian S
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The oldest human DNA ever found, from a 400,000-year-old thigh bone in Spain, may lead scientists to revise mankind’s family tree. The femur from Spain’s Sima de los Huesos, or “Pit of Bones,” yielded mitochondrial DNA that showed links between its owner and a group of ancestral humans called Denisovans, according to a study in the journal Nature. The femur bone previously had been thought to belong to the Neanderthals, while Denisovans had been found only in Siberia, about 4,000 miles east of the Spain site, the authors said. The finding suggests that the Denisovans’ split from the Neanderthals may have occurred from 170,000 to 700,000 years ago, the scientists ...

What is Sea Level? A lot more complex than I thought it was.
Post Date: 2013-12-01 18:44:42 by A K A Stone
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Impact Theory of Moon's Origin Fails
Post Date: 2013-10-30 20:24:23 by A K A Stone
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Secular scientists used to regard the planetary collision theory as a triumph in explaining several of the moon's specific arrangements. But newfound facts severely debilitate this lunar impact origins theory. According to this new theory, an early Earth collided at a glancing angle with a planet that was one or two times the mass of Mars. Some of the debris launched into orbit around Earth and somehow collected to form the moon. This could explain the moon's peculiar orbit and some of its other properties.1 But, as Bob Jones University astronomy professor Ron Samec noted, recent studies refute even this origins scenario.2 For example, ratios of rare titanium forms in moon rocks ...

Newly Found Ancient Skull Could Rewrite Human History
Post Date: 2013-10-17 23:57:21 by Brian S
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(CBS News) Humanity's family tree may need some pruning. The discovery of an ancient skull has revealed clues that could shake up the accepted theories of human evolution. From the moment they discovered the skull buried under a village in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, scientists knew they had something applause-worthy. At 1.8 million years old, the skull may do nothing less than rewrite the history of humanity. "It's an almost perfectly complete skull," said Jamie Shreeve, executive science editor for National Geographic, "and because of that, it has a lot of information." "Skull 5," as it's known, belonged to an adult male with a ...

Cyborg Cockroach Company Sparks Ethics Debate
Post Date: 2013-10-08 19:04:52 by A K A Stone
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At the TEDx conference in Detroit last week, RoboRoach #12 scuttled across the exhibition floor, pursued not by an exterminator but by a gaggle of fascinated onlookers. Wearing a tiny backpack of microelectronics on its shell, the cockroach—a member of the Blaptica dubia species—zigzagged along the corridor in a twitchy fashion, its direction controlled by the brush of a finger against an iPhone touch screen (as seen in video above). RoboRoach #12 and its brethren are billed as a do-it-yourself neuroscience experiment that allows students to create their own “cyborg” insects. The roach was the main feature of the TEDx talk by Greg Gage and Tim Marzullo, co-founders of ...

This physics grad student made a mind-blowing Bohemian Rhapsody cover
Post Date: 2013-09-18 19:38:47 by A K A Stone
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Question: What do you get when you mix a cappella, sock puppets, string theory and Queen? Answer: The geekiest (and astonishingly good, musically speaking) cover of "Bohemian Rhapsody" EVAR. Easily the greatest physics-themed cover of the classic we've ever heard. Seriously. The thing's a masterpiece. To be fair, "Bohemian Gravity" may well be the only physics-themed version of "Bohemian Rhapsody" ever made, but that doesn't change the fact that it is very, very well done. The creation of McGill University Masters candidate Timothy Blaise (who posted this link to his recently submitted thesis, along with the video), the track does way more than ...

Quantum Cryptography – Possible Hope for Stopping NSA Snooping
Post Date: 2013-09-08 12:11:50 by A K A Stone
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Now that Snowden has released docs indicting the NSA can crack most regular encryption (like TOR), and most likely can, or will soon, crack most everything, this may be our only hope of reclaiming our communication privacy. Eventually. It harnesses the bizarro-world properties of quantum physics to ensure that information sent from point A to point B isn’t intercepted. The laws of physics dictate that nobody—not even the NSA—can measure a quantum system without disrupting it. [...] “This kind of communication cannot be defeated by future advances in computing power, nor new mathematical algorithms, nor fancy new engineering,” said co-author Andrew Shields, head of ...

Birds of the Gods
Post Date: 2013-08-24 23:10:54 by sneakypete
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video.pbs.org/video/1743795692/ I can't post the video for some reason,but it's worth your time to click on the link. Really amusing and interesting.

The Future of the Automobile
Post Date: 2013-08-14 22:07:24 by jwpegler
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Some good friends and I have been having a debate over plug-in electric cars vs. cars powered by fuel cells. They are both electric cars, which are likely the future. The difference is their source of power. Here is the bottom line for me: Yes, Tesla is a superior technology to any other electric car on the road today. Their approach to using a pack of more than 8,000 lithium-ion batteries with computer controlled fail-over instead of one big battery like the Chevy Volt should make GM very ashamed of themselves. Elon Musk and his team are true innovators. But not all innovations succeed. Let me give you an example... 15 years ago I was a big proponent of RFID, because it promised much ...

Zuckerberg’s Wealth Soars $3.8 Billion as Facebook Surges
Post Date: 2013-07-26 11:59:20 by We The People
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Mark Zuckerberg’s fortune soared $3.8 billion yesterday as shares of Facebook Inc. (FB), the world’s most-popular social-networking service, rallied 30 percent to the highest level since May 2012. Surging demand for mobile advertising helped profit and revenue top analysts’ estimates in the second quarter Wednesday. The earnings may quell concerns, voiced by analysts and investors since Facebook’s initial public offering last year, that the rising popularity of smartphones and tablets is outpacing its ability to make money selling promotions to mobile users. “Very few people saw the pace at which the entire activity of the planet’s Internet connectivity was ...

Alaska’s controversial HAARP facility closed -- will it come back online?
Post Date: 2013-07-23 21:16:00 by Hondo68
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Fringe thinkers have tenuously linked HAARP to everything from the 2011 Japanese Earthquake to mind control and hurricanes. But this almighty facility has been closed for weeks as the military hopes for a change between contractors to operate the facility.HAARP photo Alaska’s High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) has drawn its fair share of conspiracy theories over the years, as it sits in Gakona, an array of antennas intended to heat the Earth’s ionosphere and study the effects. Fringe thinkers have tenuously linked HAARP to everything from the 2011 Japanese Earthquake to mind control and hurricanes. But if there are no major earthquakes or bizarre global ...

What Created These Mystery Radio Waves From Another Galaxy?
Post Date: 2013-07-07 02:02:12 by A K A Stone
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CSIRO's Parkes radio telescope, which has been used to confirm a population of Fast Radio Bursts, is shown superimposed on an image showing the distribution of gas in our Galaxy. Credit: Swinburne Astronomy Production. A single, gleaming flash of radio waves zooms toward us from halfway across the universe. Where it came from, nobody was sure, and it was gone in an instant. The Lorimer burst, named after the astronomer who discovered it in a stack of half-a-decade old records, has stumped scientists for the last six years. But today a team of astronomers has announced that they’ve found four more flares just like it. "You have to look at the sky for a very long time to find ...

Too green to be true? Researchers develop highly effective method for converting CO2 into methanol Jun 20, 2013
Post Date: 2013-06-23 18:38:07 by A K A Stone
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Université Laval researchers have developed a highly effective method for converting CO2 into methanol, which can be used as a low-emissions fuel for vehicles. The team led by Professor Frédéric-Georges Fontaine presents the details of this discovery in the latest issue of the Journal of the American Chemical Society. Researchers have been looking for a way to convert carbon dioxide into methanol in a single step using energy-efficient processes for years. "In the presence of oxygen, methanol combustion produces CO2 and water," explained Professor Fontaine. "Chemists are looking for catalysts that would yield the opposite reaction. That would allow us to ...

Do you carry DNA of former lovers in your body?
Post Date: 2013-06-20 21:46:23 by A K A Stone
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This bit of science arcanum is especially cringe-worthy. Many years ago, scientists first discovered that a large minority of women have Y-chromosome gene sequences in their blood. At first glance, this seems strange. Men are born with Y-chromosomes but most women are not. The male cells in these women must’ve come from somewhere else. But where? The most obvious source is a fetus. Nearly every woman who has ever been pregnant or had a baby has cells from her fetus circulating in her bloodstream. These cells filter through the placenta and reside in the mother’s bloodstream and/or organs — including her heart and brain — for the rest of her life. This condition is ...

How to Fold a Shirt in Under 2 Seconds
Post Date: 2013-06-19 21:27:08 by A K A Stone
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