Collective Evolution
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One of the most recent bursts occurred in 2014, and it was the first one in history to be caught in action, thanks to the Parkes Telescope in New South Wales, Australia. The others were found by examining data after the bursts had already arrived on Earth. The weird part is that they all fit a pattern that doesnt match what we know about cosmic physics . Michael Hippke from the Institute for Data Analysis In Neukrichen-Vluyn, Germany, and John Learned from the University of Hawaii in Manoa, have not ruled out the possibility that these bursts come from somewhere within our galaxy. They determined this by calculating how far the bursts have travelled, a technique known as “the dispersion measure.” ( source ) The Harvard paper hypothesizes, based on their evidence, that they do originate from within the Milky Way Galaxy. It’s also interesting to note that all 10 of the detected bursts have dispersion measures that are multiples of 187.
The Iran Project
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Mondoweiss
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When we arrived to the checkpoint, the Israeli bullet separated us all the students. My friend Zachariah started joking with me that I was born in Kuwait and I was not used to face Israeli soldiers and see this clashes. His friend Zachariah was killed that day. Saba'aneh began a daily cartoon as a form of resistance. He would draw portraits of Palestinian martyrs to be held by their families at funerals. It disturbed him when a boy asked him to draw his picture and two weeks later he learned that he had been killed. He started using his cartoons as a form of journalism, to describe what was happening in Palestine. In 2013, he was arrested by Israeli soldiers. And thus he realized that he had become the subject of his own cartoons; he was a prisoner of Israel. His five months of imprisonment included two weeks of isolation, in a dungeon-like cell.
BBC One Wales
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bit. 12 Celsius today, 54 Fahrenheit. But it should be warmer than that at this time it year. Some hazy sunshine this morning before the cloud arrived. The crowd big enough for a.
BoingBoing
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https://youtu.be/4MTMfblDYso https://youtu.be/7z1XH5L8Jx4 There have been times when I've had a strong urge to pee while sitting on a plane that's waiting for takeoff. Fortunately, I wasn't punished for it. But one poor guy on Delta flight wasn't as lucky. He urgently had to pee. The plane had been sitting motionless on the runway for 30 minutes. He got up to go to the restroom, but a Delta airline attendant told him to get back in his seat. He obeyed the order, but his bladder wasn't happy about it. He got up again, and this time he used the restroom. Shortly after that, the pilot announced that he was pulling the plane back to the gate. Everyone had to get off, and then everyone except the man who peed was allowed back on. The FBI then arrived to speak with the man. Delta allowed the man to purchase a very expensive same-day ticket to fly home to see his kids.
Bleacher Report
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Male Wrestlers Prospects just outside the top 20: Nick Miller, Buddy Murphy, Wesley Blake Strong Tells His Story Fans have learned little about Strong since he joined NXT last year. The former Ring of Honor star has long needed something for the audience to sink their teeth into besides his crisp ring work. That arrived in a big way on Wednesday. NXT aired the first part of a short documentary about Strong. It detailed his tumultuous upbringing and how he got into wrestling. We saw him cry as he recalled some of his darkest days. The video was excellent. Justin James of PWTorch rightly called it "a really well done, emotionally powerful package, and just what Strong needed to expand himself as a character and person." It also spotlighted one of Strong's biggest issues. His personality has always felt flat in the larger-than-life world of pro wrestling.
BBC One West Midlands
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the public saw him acting suspiciously late at night in the streets nearby. They called the police, and when police arrived, Zahid Hussain tried to run away. They arrested him and found a knife and a crowbar and instructions on how to make explosives
BBC One Wales
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new Bishop of Llandaff arrived at the give the drug to meet the people who will be her closest colleagues. Currently the dean of Salisbury Cathedral, June Osborne, will be the 72nd Bishop of,.
Sky News
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Liang Sheng Yueh was found on a ledge under a waterfall beside the body of his girlfriend who he says died three days before the rescuers arrived. The trekker said they had enough food to last two weeks, forcing them to consume only salt and water after that. Joining me to discuss this incredible tale of survival.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Kevin Nolan has confirmed he will register as a player for Notts County next season.The Magpies boss registered himself as a member of the squad when he arrived in January but has yet to pull on the shirt.But the former Newcastle midfielder confirmed he would be doing pre-season with the players and will be available to call on next season should the need arise.Kevin Nolan will sign on as a player next season.Read more: Kevin Nolan vows to make most of Notts County opportunityI am going to...
Sky News
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The polls are right, we know who will be Prime Minister. It will be Theresa May if the Poles arrived. Best if the polls are right
Sky News
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said five times, if the polls are right. The phrase we have heard Sony transferred has renters or may arrived a coalition of care. Mr Blair seems to be accepting that the best.
Sky News
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seconds. What did you do when they arrived? Called them over there. This cornered by heavy armed police of this
Haaretz
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When adventurer and photographer Hermann Burchardt arrived Sana'a in 1901, he became the first person to chronicle this unique community’s way of life
Mondoweiss
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Sky News
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Our Home Affairs correspondent, Mark White, is here with me now. I want to pick up on the comments on the first eyewitness, talking about when police first arrived at the scene. He said they got.
Sky News
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We don't know what has happened. You saw knives? Two over there. How quickly were the police there? In just a few seconds. What did they do when they arrived? They grabbed him and they held him over there
France 24
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An unmanned NASA spacecraft has survived its plunge between the rings of Saturn and, after briefly going dark for the flyby, is communicating again with Earth, the US space agency said Thursday. Cassini skimmed closer than any previous spacecraft to the sixth planet from the Sun, and lived to tell the tale, sending back a signal that arrived early Thursday at 0656 GMT, about 20 hours after the crossing took place. "No spacecraft has ever been this close to Saturn before. We could only rely on predictions, based on our experience with Saturn's other rings, of what we thought this gap between the rings and Saturn would be like," said Cassini project manager Earl Maize of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. "I am delighted to report that Cassini shot through the gap just as we planned and has come out the other side in excellent shape.
BBC News 24
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arrived on the scene maybe five, ten minutes after the attack. He was held for questioning only a short time, I think because there were so many eyewitnesses who could say that it was him
Sky News
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document each item that we believe was left on the floor from the suspect, including a backpack, which we believe contained at least one, but now we think several knives and weapons. After that, as soon as we arrived, the suspect was already.
Sky News
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more contained. Police very quick, as we arrived, they were just taking off the area. You have people very close to where the suspect was apprehended. Last time,.
Daily Mail - Femail
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Voice Of America
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Ethiopian leaders in the region could not be reached, but the president of the region, Abdi Mohamud Omar, has previously denied all allegations concerning abuses by the Liyu Police. Eyewitness accounts But residents of the regions told VOA of incidents that seem to confirm the report's findings. Mohamud Nur Osman is a community leader in Likoley village, Gedo region. He says Kenyan warplanes recently struck several locations where it had rained and herders had gathered to let their animals graze. “People have fled from drought-hit areas. They move to where it rains. They [Kenya] bomb where people have been converging,” he said. He says one strike took place near his village seven days ago. “People who are following the clouds have arrived there. They are civilians, not an army, and they were targeted. No one was killed, but animals died, including camels and goats," he says.
Sky News
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talking about. He was just walking with the knife. We don't know what has happened. Got my denies? We seem to be nice. 'S how appreciate? A few seconds. Green what did they do when they arrived?.