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8 Hz carrier wave or vice versa, and with a piece of alien technology at the heart of it all. The vowel sound, well you know about the power of the word, of magical invocations, about the Logos and how in the beginning there was the Word. Oddly similar to what HAARP is doing nowadays with resonating the ionosphere, right? Except this was over five thousand years ago and made primarily of stone and set into motion by water. The thing probably lit up like Christmas tree due to all the plasma and electrical fields, so isnt it funny that in the Old Testament, the Great Pyramid was referred to as Mount Horeb, which means glowing mountain. But what was this all for? Some say it was a power plant. I dont agree with that. Some say it was a beam weapon. I dont believe that either. I have a few guesses myself. One possibility is that it was used to amplify and broadcast whatever that alien tech was putting out, to get it to affect the entire planet.
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Pocket solves that by allowing you to easily save web pages and even videos for later, storing them all in one place. It's much more than just a bookmarking system though as it also makes them available offline, so you can catch up with things on the tube or any other time you don't have an internet connection. It's free, slick and you can even synchronise your saved articles across every device you've installed Pocket on, allowing you to pick up where you left off and continue reading. Free Pushbullet is all about saving time and not having to dig out your phone every five minutes. Need to get a file or link from your phone to your computer or vice-versa? Pushbullet can do that in a couple of taps. Wondering who keeps texting but too busy to check your phone? Pushbullet can display the notification on your computer and even lets you interact with the notifications from there.
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He also had connections at least one step removed from major figures in organized crime. I have some of that in my new book. It is also true that Johnson was being investigated and many of his top people such as Bobby Baker, his former aide in the U.S. Senate, were being investigated were in all kinds of scandals under scrutiny. Interestingly, Bobby Kennedy and his Justice Department were leading this thing. Bobby Kennedy thought that Johnson was a crook and his Justice Department was going after him. They wanted him off the ticket in 1964. He was not going to be vice president and possibly I think could've ended up, in fact, in jail. I think he did know that and that has to be taken into consideration when you think about what happened to Kennedy and that there is Johnson now not only no longer under suspicion or investigation but running the whole show in the Oval Office.
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"The reason to move on [is] courage," said Apple's Phil Schiller in revealing the change. "The courage to move on, do something new that betters all of us." Instead, new phones will come with adapters that plug into the same port as a charging/data cord. But what Apple really wants you to do is buy its new $159 product: AirPodswireless headphones that look like the buds of the regular Apple headphones but cordless — for an "effortless and magical listening experience," as Cook put it. Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing, talks about the new iPhone 7 during an event to announce new products Wednesday in San Francisco. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP The new iPhone is also water- and dust-resistant, has a new home button that doesn't physically click , stereo speakers, a bit longer-lasting battery, a really fancy camera setup (with low-light capacity and color recognition, and better zoom on the two-camera 7 Plus) and new body options in matte black and " jet black .
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" (Koum was born in Ukraine; your blogger, in Russia.) "If somebody is a spammer on Facebook, they are most likely also spamming on WhatsApp... and vice versa," Koum wrote in the email. All Tech Considered If There's Privacy In The Digital Age, It Has A New Definition WhatsApp representatives, however, have not further explained how, specifically, the two companies plan to link Facebook's name- and email-based profiles to WhatsApp's phone number-based ones. Users can opt out of some of the data sharing — they have 30 days to go into settings and follow WhatsApp's instructions to limit the use of phone numbers and other data for ad targeting. (Settings - Account - Share my account info.) But the company notes that the info will still be shared with the Facebook family for spam-fighting, user analysis and other purposes. The changes to privacy policies at WhatsApp, often hailed as one of the most private messaging apps, are already raising concerns among privacy advocacy groups.
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She says this is a coup. She says she's innocent. And she says the people taking her down are trying to protect themselves from prosecution and undo years of progressive policies. "So two very different ways of looking at what's happening to Dilma Rousseff." And as Lulu reports, "everything points to the fact that she will not survive this." If 54 senators vote against her, interim President Michel Temer will be sworn into office for the remaining two years of her her term. He's also deeply unpopular and used to be Rousseff's vice president. The Two-Way What We Know: Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff Faces Impeachment Vote Should Temer become president, his biggest challenge will be Brazil's ailing economy, as Lulu reports: "We've seen massive job losses, unemployment is at over 11 percent, and ultimately his fate hangs on whether he can resolve the important question of the economy for Brazilians.
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Alan Blinder, a former vice-chairman of the Fed, tells Yuki that every month, about 5 million jobs get destroyed and about 5 million get created. Monthly Jobs Reports Are Watched Closely, But How Meaningful Are They? Listen · 1:54 1:54 Toggle more options Download Embed Embed "> iframe src="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/488793491/488793492" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> That churn helps the economy grow, as successful companies expand and unproductive ones shrink, Alan Chamberlain, the chief economist for Glassdoor.com, says. But it means the monthly jobs numbers don't have much impact on people's lives, he says. "When job numbers go fluctuate by a hundred thousand — in the scheme of things, that's not much," Yuki says. The long-term numbers, looking at a year instead of a month at a time, are more significant.
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Howard Hunt names numerous individuals with both direct and indirect CIA connections as having played a role in the assassination of Kennedy , while describing himself as a “ bench warmer ” in the plot. Saint John Hunt agreed that the use of this term indicated that Hunt was willing to play a larger role in the murder conspiracy had he been required. Hunt alleges on the tape that then Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson was involved in the planning of the assassination and in the cover-up, stating that LBJ, “ Had an almost maniacal urge to become president, he regarded JFK as an obstacle to achieving that .” Asked if his father followed the conspiracy theories into the Kennedy assassination, Saint John said the elder Hunt did follow the work of AJ Weberman, a New York freelance writer, who in the early 70’s first accused Hunt of being one of three bums who were arrested in Dealy Plaza.
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By adding gene therapy to the stem cell and scaffold technique, researchers believe it will be possible to coax patients' joints to fend off arthritis and function better for a longer time. The 3D scaffold is built using a weaving pattern that gives the device the structure and properties of normal cartilage. Franklin Moutos, vice president of technology development at Cytex, explains that the unique structure is the result of approximately 600 biodegradable fiber bundles woven together to create a high-performance fabric that can function like normal cartilage. (Credit: Guilak laboratory) As evidence of this, the woven implants are strong enough to withstand loads up to 10 times a patient's body weight, which is typically what our joints must bear when we exercise, he says. Currently, there are about 30 million Americans who have diagnoses of osteoarthritis, and data suggest that the incidence of osteoarthritis is on the rise.
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