Channel 4
9 minutes
Clothes, you had given... I had given them all the details. Nobody had called us. By this time, so frustrated, but I said, I have numerous media numbers now, I didn't want to involve the media.
Ars Technica
14 minutes
Enlarge / Jupiter's chaotic, cyclone-filled poles. (credit: J.E.P. Connerney et al., Science) It's hard to imagine that the Solar System's biggest planet, which provided Galileo with his first key astronomic observations, has a lot of secrets left 450 years later. Yet, despite countless hours spent peering through telescopes and numerous robotic visitors, there's a lot we still don't know about Jupiter. Most notably, we didn't even have a decent picture of the planet's poles, and we have little idea of what its interior might look like. Thanks to the arrival of the Juno probe, however, that's starting to change. After just a few orbits, Juno has imaged both poles, tracked some of the dynamics of its atmosphere, and started providing evidence of what may lie at the crushing depths of the planet's interior. Staring at the clouds Earlier this year, Juno performed the closest approach to Jupiter ever made by human hardware, passing within 5,000km of Jupiter's cloud tops.
Collective Evolution
2 hours
They reported this . . . and sent it to our Ministry of Defense. Norton is one of several hundred (and more than 1,000 worldwide) military witnesses who came forward to testify to the reality of extraterrestrial visitation. He later went on to say : There are objects in our atmosphere which are technically miles in advance of anything we can deploy, that we have no means of stopping them coming here … [and] that t here is a serious possibility that we are being visited and have been visited for many years by people from outer space, from other civilizations. That it behooves us, in case some of these people in the future or now should turn hostile, to find out who they are, where they come from, and what they want. This should be the subject of rigorous scientific investigation and not the subject of ‘rubishing’ by tabloid newspapers. Despite the numerous sightings, the UK MoD described the incident at Bentwaters as having “no defence significance.
Sky News
3 hours
plan they practiced and worked across eight hospitals, numerous ambulance services, all coming together and delivering a response that undoubtedly saved lives. Paul, for now, thank you. We have take an few moments to come outside from, come inside I.
Mondoweiss
3 hours
Open Culture
3 hours
But Beat-Club kept the youth on its side, pulling in 70 million viewers from approximately 30 countries – from Hungary and Finland to as far as Thailand and Tanzania. At its peak, 63 percent of Germany’s under-30s were regularly tuning in to the music show. These were the beginnings of the youth that would become the Studentenbewegung (“student movement”), also known as the 68ers. With hits such as The Who’s “My Generation” and the Rolling Stones’ “Satisfaction,” Beat-Club gave its “Beat-friends” the motivation to stand up and fight back against an out-dated generation. It was a soundtrack for a new life. There is plenty of footage of the show knocking around YouTube, including this channel devoted to full episodes , and numerous other clips . And though the show stopped in 1972, a nostalgic radio version continues to broadcast with its original female host Uschi Nerke.
Collective Evolution
3 hours
Read: observation and experiment. It's intriguing to think how Buddha's words can fit into the fundamentals of belief. He advised people to not simply follow suit because someone preached. If we were to do so in other parts of our lives, what would we have? A two-party system? Yes. Social norms? Yes. Taboos? Yes. The Dalai Lama and other Buddhist teachers have rebranded Buddhism for the modern day world. People seek to counteract their cluttered minds and fast-paced lifestyle with mindfulness, and Buddhism has emerged as the answer, backed by science. Numerous studies now exist that promote the benefits of mindfulness techniques . Could it be that Buddhism surpasses traditional labels? Is it more of a science of happiness? Or, perhaps, Buddhism as we know it, as many of us use it, differs significantly from the origination of Buddhism.
EVO
3 hours
Sputnik International
3 hours
Numerous incidents haunted NATO's Spring Storm 2017 large-scale exercise in Estonia till the very end. In one of the most recent incidents, a local resident in the Kadrina Volost district of Estonia fired warning shots at NATO troops who were trespassing on his territory. The troops were taking part in the final stage of the drills.
Android Police
6 hours
Back in November, when the Pixel was slowly beginning to ship to customers, there were numerous reports of people getting their Google accounts banned for purchasing Pixel and Pixel XL devices with the intent to resell them. It turns out that this issue hasn't exactly been laid to rest, as it seems that Pixel phones purchased from Project Fi for this purpose are now getting blacklisted via their IMEI numbers. As an overview, people originally bought Pixels from both the Google Store and Project Fi to sell them to a New Hampshire-based reseller. Read More Resold Pixel phones originally purchased from Project Fi are having their IMEIs blacklisted was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
MintPress News
6 hours
Philippine President Duerte speaking with RT Screenshot (YouTube) MANILA The Philippines has become the first nation in Asia to have one of its cities fall to the international terror group Daesh (ISIS). Clashes between militants and Filipino security forces began Monday night in the southern city of Marawi, as the government raided a home where the leader of the local branch of Daesh, Isnilon Hapilon, was believed to be hiding. Hundreds of gunmen descended upon the city following the raid, including Daesh forces and members of militant groups that have pledged allegiance to Daesh, including Maute and Abu Sayyaf. Abu Sayyaf also shares links to al-Qaeda an unusual arrangement, considering that al-Qaeda and Daesh are ostensibly at war with each other. As Daesh takes control of numerous landmarks and most of the residential areas in the city, the Philippine Army continues to control most of the city’s military bases and government buildings.
Sky News
7 hours
your correspondent, there have been numerous attacks planned which they have successfully thwarted. That goes under the radar. It is only when one person gets through that.
KyivPost
7 hours
This weekend Kyiv celebrates the 1,535 th anniversary of its founding and invites its residents and visitors to the city to take part in its annual birthday party the Days of Kyiv. Over the coming weekend numerous cultural, charity and sports events will be held in the capital of Ukraine. The Kyiv Post has picked out some of the most interesting ones. The Dancing Days Over the four days from May 25 to May 28 Sofiivska Square will turn into the large dance floor as the dancing days event is held there. Guests will have an opportunity not only to watch performances by ballroom dancing teams, but also take part in workshops. Each day will be dedicated to a specific dancing style: on May 25 Latin dances, May 26 tango, May 27 waltz, May 28 Ukrainian dances. The Dancing Days. May 25-28. Sofiivska Square Festive procession A theatrical festive procession will start from Taras Shevchenko Park and will be accompanied by musicians playing music on the way.
Daily Mail - Home
7 hours
People have been detailing their most outrageous finds in a Mumsnet thread, including a statue of pigs having sex, a garage full of cottage-shaped teapots and numerous cats.
Sky News
8 hours
were eight hospitals across the region that admitted numerous patients following the bombing at Manchester Arena on Monday night. NHS England have given us some fresh figures on the number of people who are currently being treated
Sky News
8 hours
discuss the situation with Donald Trump and a bit of a confrontation with the president. At the moment, relations between the US and UK have become strained because of the numerous.
BBC Parliament
8 hours
As you will be aware from my recent statement, one of the most exciting developments in the years ahead is the transition from traditional paper reading and numerous sea tests that learners sit, to an online personal adaptive assessment -- new Morrissey tests. Adjusting to provide appropriate challenge for each individual. This means that all learners will be presented with questions that match and challenge.
PressTV News
9 hours
The Iran Project
9 hours
This image provided by an activist shows people carrying a man who was injured in a raid on a sit-in, in Diraz, Bahrain, May 23, 2017. (Via AP) “President Trump should immediately speak out against these attacks and make clear that the repression of peaceful civil society will damage the bilateral relationship with Bahrain,” he added. In a Sunday meeting with the Bahraini monarch in Saudi Arabia, Trump said Washington and Manama “are going to have a very, very long-term relationship.” Dooley further said, “These latest attacks on peaceful protesters show that the Bahraini regime took Trump’s words Sunday as a signal to intensify its repression without fear of censure.” Thousands of anti-regime protesters have held numerous demonstrations in Bahrain on an almost daily basis ever since a popular uprising began in the kingdom in early February 2011.
Voice Of America
10 hours
Hackaday
10 hours
Highly polished all-in-one gear for teaching STEM is one way to approach the problem. But for some, they can be intimidating and the up-front expenditure can be a barrier to just trying something before you're certain you want to commit. [Miranda] is taking a different approach with the aim of making engineering education possible with junk you have around the house. The point is to play around with engineering concepts with having to worry about doing it exactly right, or with exactly the right materials. You know... hacking! On display at her Maker Faire Bay Area booth were numerous builds built common goods you likely have on hand. I quite enjoyed seeing the tentacle made of out popsicle sticks, glue, straws, and some string. It's pretty cool to hold onto one end and pull the string to roll up the appendage, and provides the most basic intro to fabrication and robotics concepts.
Leicester Mercury
10 hours
Firefighters have been tackling a blaze at an industrial unit in Leicester overnight. Crews from across the city were called to the commercial property, in Cedar Road, Highfields, at 9.41am yesterday. A fire service spokesman said: We received numerous calls to the incident. The alarm was raised when smoke was seen rising from what was at first thought to be a house in Evington Road. But on arrival, crews identified the building involved as an industrial unit in nearby...
The Iran Project
10 hours
Without the Sacred Defense, the “revolutionary morale would have definitely been threatened,” Ayatollah Khamenei said. “The Islamic Republic can now claim to (be capable of) rising to all the challenges it is facing, because it has the experience of overcoming numerous tough obstacles during the Sacred Defense era,” the Leader underlined. Ayatollah Khamenei further hailed the memories of the war as a “national asset”, and likened the works of art about the Sacred Defense to “cement being pumped into the pillars of the Revolution, national identity and country’s progress.” The Wednesday meeting came on the anniversary of liberation of Khorramshahr, a city in southwestern Iran which had been occupied by Iraq's Baathist army in the early 1980s. The energy-rich city was recaptured by the Iranian armed forces on May 24, 1982. Ayatollah Khamenei has on various occasions emphasized the necessity for cherishing the memories of the Iranian soldierscourage and devotion to their motherland during the Sacred Defense, and has cautioned against plots to play down the values of the heroic war.
The Sun Daily
11 hours