BBC Two England
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put us on the outer ring, beyond Switzerland, beyond Norway, on the edge of the cliff, it seems to me, that is a position which I think it is impossible for her to negotiate a deal which is to the benefit of our country. Are you one of these rabid Tory backbenchers forcing the Prime Minister into an extreme position? According to.
Politico
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“He really hasnt mentioned him in a long time. That’s really telling in and of itself.” After Trump’s spectacular failure to advance health care legislation last week among his fellow Republicans, the president has suggested that he’s open to rekindling his relationship with congressional Democrats. But lawmakers and strategists wonder whether Trump missed his best shot at a productive relationship, particularly with Schumer, as freshly emboldened Democrats push to define Trump as a failed president. “Any type of cooperation with Trump is looked upon as treason now,” said Rep. Peter King, a New York Republican who knows both men. The silence is an abrupt turnabout from their regular banter last November and December when the two outer-borough dealmakers — both of whom perfected the art of self-promotion in New York’s tabloidsspoke roughly a half-dozen times and engaged in happy talk of working together.
The Sun Daily
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The World Health Organization said on March 24 that children aged five to 14 were the most affected age group in this latest epidemic, accounting for about half of all reported cases. A large-scale vaccination programme had begun, it added. Nigeria lies in the so-called "meningitis belt" of sub-Saharan Africa, stretching from Senegal in the west to Ethiopia in the east, where outbreaks of the disease are a regular occurrence. The country and neighbouring Niger were both badly hit by meningitis outbreaks in 2015, when over 13,700 people were infected in six months, with more than 1,100 deaths. Meningitis is caused by different types of bacteria, six of which can cause epidemics. It is transmitted between people through coughs and sneezes, and facilitated by cramped living conditions and close contact. The illness causes acute inflammation of the outer layers of the brain and spinal cord, with the most common symptoms being fever, headache and neck stiffness. — AFP
Voice Of America
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While acknowledging that "space is different," said Richard, "Some of the questions we are answering have already been answered in the maritime domain and in the air domain so we have precedent to start from." For decades, the roadmap for the arena was the Outer Space Treaty of 1967 signed by Russia and the United States during the Cold War, which has now been signed by 105 nations and signed but not ratified by 24 more. The agreement bans placing nuclear weapons or weapons of mass destruction in Earth orbit, on the moon or on any other celestial real estate. It further forbids, “the establishment of military bases, installations and fortifications, the testing of any type of weapons and the conduct of military maneuvers on celestial bodies shall be forbidden.” Over 1,400 satellites orbiting Earth There are loopholes in the treaty's language.
Collective Evolution
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Yes there have been crashed craft, and bodies recovered. . . . We are not alone in the universe, they have been coming here for a long time. . . . I happen to be privileged enough to be in on the fact that we have been visited on this planet, and the UFO phenomenon is real.” – Doctor Edgar Mitchell, 6th man to walk on the moon ( source ) ( source )( source) In the video, you will see approximately twelve objects moving in a peculiar fashion. The most fascinating part occurs when one object, at a point near the horizon, is heading toward Earth and, as a flash occurs at the 33 second mark, another object moves rapidly across the field of view, and the object heading toward Earth shoots off into outer space at high speed. There are a number of extraterrestrial vehicles out there cruising around.” – Gordon Cooper, former NASA astronaut, aeronautical engineer, and test pilot; one of the seven original astronauts in Project Mercury, the first manned space program of the United States ( source ) Scientific Analysis of the Video There is another way, whether it's wormholes or warping space, there's got to be a way to generate energy so that you can pull it out of the vacuum, and the fact that they're here shows us that they found a way.
Politico
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“He really hasnt mentioned him in a long time. That’s really telling in and of itself.” After Trump’s spectacular failure to advance health care legislation last week among his fellow Republicans, the president has suggested that he’s open to rekindling his relationship with congressional Democrats. But lawmakers and strategists wonder whether Trump missed his best shot at a productive relationship, particularly with Schumer, as freshly emboldened Democrats push to define Trump as a failed president. The silence is an abrupt turnabout from their regular banter last November and December when the two outer-borough dealmakers—both of whom perfected the art of self-promotion in New York’s tabloidsspoke roughly a half-dozen times and engaged in happy talk of working together. Then, Trump tweeted favorably about Schumer’s smarts. Now, the president calls his home-state senator the “head clown” of the Democrats.
The Event Chronicle
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Part II will describe the intermediate world of thought-forms using sources such as Gnosticism, Jung, Plato. Part III deals with the descent from the dimension of thought-form archetypes into materiality. It will cover lost prehistoric civilizations referencing sources such as Edgar Cayce and Zechariah Sitchin and present a novel perspective on the UFO/Alien origins theory under the premise that everything we experience in the outer world came from an inner dimension. ABOUT PETER: Peter Canova has written a trilogy entitled The First Souls, concerning the first awakening of spirit into materiality in the form of human consciousness. Pope Annalisa is the first book of the series. At the age of twenty-three, he first realized his abilities concerning intuitive medical readings, remote viewing, psychokinesis, and other psychic? phenomena. These abilities combined with several other talents qualified Peter to handle this project.
The Event Chronicle
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Politico
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But for that to succeed, Trump needs Schumer on board. On Tuesday night, the president will host the minority leader and other senators at the White House. The silence is an abrupt turnabout from their regular banter last November and December when the two outer-borough dealmakers—both of whom perfected the art of self-promotion in New York’s tabloidsspoke roughly a half-dozen times and engaged in happy talk of working together. Then, Trump tweeted favorably about Schumer’s smarts. Now, the president calls his home-state senator the “head clown” of the Democrats. Some lawmakers and strategists wonder whether Trump missed his best shot at having a productive relationship with Schumer, as freshly emboldened Democrats push to define Trump as a failed president. “Any type of cooperation with Trump is looked upon as treason now,” said Rep. Peter King, a New York Republican who knows both men.
ScienceDaily
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BBC Two England
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here. We are looking further away. If the predictions are right, this Planet 9 that people think exists in the outer solar system is up where that dome is. Where the dome is on the hill. Looking into the furthest reaches.
BBC Two England
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It's worth reiterating. There is reasonable evidence there is something big out there in the outer solar system, perhaps a ninth planet. We think that one of you should find it. It could be incredible
Phys.Org
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Because of Earth's layered composition, scientists have often compared the basic arrangement of its interior to that of an onion. There's the familiar thin crust of continents and ocean floors; the thick mantle of hot, semisolid rock; the molten metal outer core; and the solid iron inner core.
Lincolnshire Echo
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A mother-of-four in Lincoln was left a heartwarming Mother's Day message in the most usual place - the inside of a pizza box.While many mums are clearing away their presents and patiently waiting for their time in the sun next year, Julia Brown is still reeling from a touching note she found inside her Domino's Pizza box. When the 44-year-old opened her tasty treats to chow down on Sunday afternoon, she couldn't believe what big-hearted staff at the Outer Circle Road site had done.READ MORE:...
EVO Reviews
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Partly, it comes down to the pace it can carry into and out of bends. There’s a degree of looseness to the initial few centimetres of damper travel, giving a very slight sense of remoteness to the body control, but once you’re really into the corner with the car leaning hard on its outer tyres that sense fades entirely. The grip on the standard Continental tyres is very strong, but on the optional Cup 2 rubber there’s enough turn in and mid-corner grip that braking for bends soon seems rather unnecessary. The speed a Cupra 290 Sub8 will carry down a road is truly staggering. Image 30 of 32 Image 30 of 32 Similarly, the standard brakes are strong, but the huge Brembo items give massive stopping performance, which is sustained over a fast run across a twisting mountain road. The electronically-controlled Haldex-type LSD does a good job of deploying the torque to the road, but something like a Quaife torque-biasing differential would be more effective still.
BBC News 24
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and a brass coloured outer. In addition we've got a semi-hologram. If you look at it in one direction, you'll see one image. In the other direction, you'll see another imaage - the figure for a pound
Sky News
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- we've got a brass-coloured outer and a nickel-coloured inner - Mike toe technical on the inside edge of the coin. A latent image, if you look at it one direction, you see one image; and, if you look.
ITV
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There are 12 presses in operation at any one time, churning 450 new coins every minute. It is made with and a nickel plated in and a brass plated outer
ITV
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is made. They are churned out from these machines, coin presses. The coin is made in two parts, in a and outer. --inner
Top Speed
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If youre looking to save some cash, you can go with the four, no-cost standard colors - black, white, Guards Red, and Racing Yellow. Moving over to wheels, the 911 GT3 is restricted to a set of 20-inch, double-twin-spoke rims. However, they can be finished in either satin aluminum, satin platinum, satin black, and satin black with a Guards Red outer lip. These options cost $1,220, while the red lip adds another $700. More customization is possible via Porsche Exclusive, which offers a range of exterior options such as painted logos and lettering, black headlamps with PDLS, body-colored side skirts, gloss black door handles and lower mirror caps, carbon-fiber upper mirror caps, and aluminum look fuel cap. The black headlamps are the most expensive at $2,900, while the carbon mirrors fetch $1,420. Continue reading for the full story.
Daily Mail - Australia
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BBC News 24
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being produced every day. It is made from two different coloured metal, a white coloured metal inner and a brass coloured outer
ABC News - Virginia
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Melbourne is planning for hundreds of new apartments in the inner city, and more than a dozen new suburbs in the outer sprawl. So how does family life in the booming centre compare to the expanding fringes?
Futurity
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Among ecologists, carbon gets all the glory. Humble silicon, or silica, as it's called when combined with oxygen, doesn't get the same attention. If ecologists (or biologists or biogeochemists) think of silica at all, they regard it as a bit player, a ho-hum component of rocks and sand. Silica gets no love, says Wally Fulweiler, associate professor of earth and environment, and biology at Boston University. And it should. Fulweiler notes that silica is a key player in marsh and ocean ecosystems. In particular, it forms the outer shells of diatoms, microscopic organisms that serve as deep-sea storage vessels for carbon dioxide. Over a longtime scale, diatoms are important for regulating our global climate, says Fulweiler. So if you're an oceanographer, you love silica. But if you're, say, a forest ecologist, you probably don't think much about silica, and you definitely don't think much about how human activities have altered silica cycling.