Informed Comment
an hour
) He and his endless controversial statements, flubs, tweets, lies, insults, boasts, tales from outer space, and over-the-moon adjectives are covered daily the way, once upon a time, only Pearl Harbor or the Kennedy assassination was. Think of him as the end of the world as we, or maybe anyone, including Vladimir Putin, knew it. To me, that means one thing, even though most of you wont agree: I think we owe Donald Trump a small bow of thanks and a genuine debt of gratitude. Hes teaching us something invaluable, something we probably wouldnt have grasped without him. Hes teaching us just how deeply disturbed our American world actually is, or he wouldnt be where he is. A Quagmire Country Think of him as a messenger from the gods, the deities of empire gone astray. They sent us a man without a center, undoubtedly because 17 years into the twenty-first century our country lacks a center, and a man without a fixed opinion or a single conviction, except about himself and his family , because this country is now a swirling mess of contradictory beliefs and groups at each others throats.
Collective Evolution
an hour
Paul Hellyer, Canada's former Minister of Defence, has been creating awareness about the fact that we are not alone, and that an extraterrestrial presence has been identified by the nations of this world. For those who are still unaware that there is actually, using the worlds of ex-astronaut and Princeton Physics professor Dr. Brian O'leary, abundant evidence that we are being visited, it would be easy to label Hellyer as crazy. But for anybody reading this, just know that there are hundreds of high ranking people from within the military, politics, academia and more who are now doing the same as Hellyer. He is not alone, but in the company of many who have and do roam the highest levels of government and defence. You can check out the Disclosure Project to learn more about that. There is a serious possibility that we are being visited and have been visited for many years by people from outer space, from other civilizations.
Popular Science
15 hours
Hackaday
16 hours
Wouldn't it be nice if you had a flying machine that could maneuver in any direction while rotating around any axis while maintaining both thrust and torque? Attach a robot arm and the machine could position itself anywhere and move objects around as needed. [Dario Brescianini] and [Raffaello D'Andrea] of the Institute for Dynamic Systems and Control at ETH Zurich, have come up with their Omnicopter that does just that using eight rotors in configurations that give it six degrees of freedom . Oh, and it plays fetch, as shown in the first video below. Omnicopter propeller orientations Each propeller is reversible to provide thrust in either direction. Also on the vehicle itself is a PX4FMU Pixhawk flight computer , eight motors and motor controllers, a four-cell 1800 mAh LiPo battery, and communication radios. Radio communication is necessary because the calculations for the position and outer attitude are done on a desktop computer, which then sends the desired force and angular rates to the vehicle.
The Cornishman
18 hours
An elderly woman was rescued by lifeboat crews after getting cut off by the tide in Polperro. Looe RNLI was called at 4.18pm on Friday to the aid of the woman, who was stranded on rocks by the outer harbour. Read more: Dramatic scenes as fire takes hold in Penzance town centre The crews took the woman, believed to be 90 years old, and a man who had climbed over rocks to help her, aboard the Atlantic 85 lifeboat and took them back to the harbour steps. One of the lifeboats heads out. Pic:...
Bleacher Report
18 hours
com's Dave Hogg : "He's very composed with the puck and uses his vision and playmaking ability to influence the game in all three zones. He excels below the dots in the offensive zone where he uses his size and reach to dictate the play and generate scoring opportunities." Vilardi could conceivably go anywhere from third to the outer reaches of the top 10, which makes the combine hugely important to him. He appears to have the athletic makeup needed to impress the scouts in attendance, which could go a long way toward solidifying Vilardi as a top-five selection.
Washington Free Beacon
21 hours
Cline also examines the story of Masada, Herod's fortress where Josephus says 960 Jewish zealots committed suicide rather than submit to the Romans. Serious questions remain, Cline says, about the accuracy of Josephus's account and of Israeli archaeologist Yigael Yadin's conclusions corroborating the ancient historian. Yadin's critics say he was building up a nationalist narrative—he would not be the only archaeologist to have done this—and interpreted the evidence accordingly. Cline thinks it is more likely the Romans massacred the zealots, but he credits Yadin nevertheless with being a great archaeologist in the field. Enough about politics; what about religion? Chesterton had some choice barbs for archaeologists who would all-knowingly reconstruct a culture from a few fragments of bone and stone. Cline is not as presumptuous. He refers the reader to David Macaulay’s Motel of the Mysteries , an illustrated book about archaeologists, in 4022 CE, who find ancient ruins that seem mysterious to them but which the reader knows is a motel room: Thus, in the so-called "Outer Chamber," Macaulay's Howard Carson finds everything facing "the Great Altar," including the body that is still lying on top of the "Ceremonial Platform," and is still holding in his hand, "the Sacred Communicator.
BBC News 24
a day
some of the most memorable scenes in The Square expose the fine balance between our inner and outer selves - our social persona and our instinctive nature. During a sumptuous gala dinner, for instance, one actor role-playing an ape pushes and pushes at the boundaries of acceptability
Bleacher Report
a day
He reeled off birdies on Nos. 10, 11 and 13 and then finished with a birdie on No. 18. Having made the turn with a one-over 36, Casey went three under on the back (he bogeyed the 12th) to sit in a tie for second. Lee, who shot a six-under 64 on Friday, had an up-and-down day trying to stay in contention. He opened with a pair of birdies and seemed to be picking up right where he left off before shooting two over the rest of the front nine to make the turn at even. Eight straight pars on the back nine later, Lee birdied the 18th to move into a tie with Casey. Moving into the outer edges of contention was Jordan Spieth, who shot his second straight two-under 68 to move to four under. He's part of a five-way tie for eighth place that includes Sergio Garcia, who stumbled his way to a one-over 71. Spieth, the defending champion of the event, spent most of his round narrowly missing out on birdie opportunities.
The Event Chronicle
2 days
F.K. Greer reads select lines from the document which states that that; Rothberg indicated in so many words, that she [Monroe] had secrets to tell, no doubt arising from her trists [sic]with the President and the Attorney General. One such “secretmentions the visit by the President at a secret air base for the purpose of inspecting things from outer space. Subject repeatedly called the Attorney General and complained about the way she was being ignored by the President and his brother. Subject threatened to hold a press conference and would tell all. Using these dots, Greer connects them to reveal a different picture of Monroe’s possible secret murder – that she was killed not because she was having a dangerous affair with a president and his powerful brother nor because she was a communist but because she was threatening to reveal that the president told her about the existence of spaceships and aliens at a secret base.
BMW Blog
2 days
An uninterrupted and harmonious visual experience of every surface inside the cabin is ensured. Generous quantities of polished Macassar Ebony and open-pore Paldao adorn the interior, creating visual and tactile contrasts for the owner, both classical and contemporary. All their forms however are thoroughly modern as they echo the exterior lines of ‘Sweptail’, hand-formed to encircle the occupants with some of the most beautiful natural materials in the world. This choice of dark and light, Ebony and Paldao, is set off by contrasting light Moccasin and Dark Spice leathers that adorn the seats, armrests and dashboard top. But it is what those materials have been made to do that is the most fascinating aspect of this one-off cabin. True to the spirit of a transcontinental GT that Rolls-Royce established in the 20s and 30s, in place of the rear seats is a vast expanse of wood creating a mid-shelf with an illuminated glass lip, and a hat shelf which flows to the outer limits of the interior volume.
BMW Blog
2 days
An uninterrupted and harmonious visual experience of every surface inside the cabin is ensured. Generous quantities of polished Macassar Ebony and open-pore Paldao adorn the interior, creating visual and tactile contrasts for the owner, both classical and contemporary. All their forms however are thoroughly modern as they echo the exterior lines of ‘Sweptail’, hand-formed to encircle the occupants with some of the most beautiful natural materials in the world. This choice of dark and light, Ebony and Paldao, is set off by contrasting light Moccasin and Dark Spice leathers that adorn the seats, armrests and dashboard top. But it is what those materials have been made to do that is the most fascinating aspect of this one-off cabin. True to the spirit of a transcontinental GT that Rolls-Royce established in the 20s and 30s, in place of the rear seats is a vast expanse of wood creating a mid-shelf with an illuminated glass lip, and a hat shelf which flows to the outer limits of the interior volume.
The Event Chronicle
2 days
I am working with several people to develop a lawful infrastructure that facilitates cooperation, specifically in the truth movement that has been so crippled by divide and conquer campaigns. This infrastructure will not only provide a platform for discussing topics of information with others freely but also the legal and lawful support needed to protect ourselves from the tyrannical state while supporting solution projects of all types. The World Healers Imperative, as it is being called, is designed and intended to bridge the gap between awakening minds that are truly willing to do the inner and outer work to be the change . Downloads, My Intuitive Process and New Developments Thirdly, I have been receiving downloads on a regular basis, which I do my best to write down. They come through during moments of contemplation, philosophy, insight, and meditation, usually when I feel the most alive and invested in my experience.
The Event Chronicle
2 days
It’s just like a multi-dimensional quicksand or tar pit for souls. The identity, the persona of the charged self here, present through the biological perceptual system, the memory, the belief system, the brain and body, is the charged self that gets “bounced back” when approaching that outer barrier. The only way to pass through the barrier is to see through the illusion of polarization in that the self as a material thing can be destroyed, can be shaped definitively, or can be limited in anyway. Only that illusory self can fear the unknown, can cling to possessions or sensuality, or can be programmed to see confusion and obscurity where there is truth and clarity. That self is the illusion, that self is the one that gets swatted back, and the attachment to that self is what convinces souls to return time and time again. This is the nature of the ‘trapsystem, whereby one is energetically linked to a programmed version of themselves that is generated by the false-light universe which then uses that illusory self to then program the original awareness and pull energy from the soul level which is non-local and could not be reached any other way.
BBC News 24
2 days
is based on awkward situations. It creates a sort of humour that is direct and that you identify with as an audience. Beside the direct humour, some of the most memorable scenes in the Square expose the fine balance between our inner and outer selves. Our social persona and our instinctive nature
Deadline
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We'll be seeing a lot more of Echo in The 100 s Season 5. Tasya Teles , who has recurred on the CW serialized sci-fi drama since Season 2, has been promoted to series regular for the upcoming fifth season. Echo was last seen in Wednesday's Season 4 finale escaping Praimfaya with Bellamy (Bob Morley) and Raven (Lindsey Morgan) on a rocket to the Ark. When we next see Echo, it will be six years after she blasted off to outer space. Teles' promotion was first reported by tvgui...
Sputnik International
3 days
Sputnik International
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Den of Geek
3 days
"I’ve seen a lot of episode 1 and have seen a lot of the shooting at the monitor, and I can honestly say that I am so excited for you all to see this season. It’s so fun and dark and complex. The characters all get to deepen and develop and we get to take on even greater demons (inner and outer)" And when he was asked which episode he felt most excited for in season 2, he had this to say: "Episodes 4 and 5 are pretty epic. Last year I felt they were the slowest of the season and this season 4 and 5 are incredible. The story moves so fast in the middle and the tension is so high. They're killer, but I haven't even seen 8 9 yet, and they'll likely be even better." But perhaps most intriguingly, it seems they'll be a Hopper/80s music convergence worth waiting for. "You'll get to see exactly Hop's taste in music this season, so I won't spoil it for you.
BBC News 24
3 days
the youngest was just eight years old. Judith Moritz reports now on the victims and the loss felt by their families and friends. They were loved and they are mourned. Taken by the bomb, their names keep coming. Eilidh MacLeod, 14 years old, from the Outer Hebrides,.
RT News
3 days
Almost a hundred inmates have managed to escape from a jail in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte by digging a tunnel underneath the compound’s outer wall. Only a handful of them were recaptured following one of the largest prison breaks in Brazil’s history. Read Full Article at RT.com
BBC News 24
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speaking to me there against that stunning backdrop of Uluru. Now, at the next story is interesting. Who would have thought that a 3-D printed rocket could blast off into space?! I wonder if you could see it from outer space? A New Zealand-American company, Rocket Lab, says it has successfully.
BBC News 24
3 days
Taken by the bomb, their names keep coming. Eilidh MacLeod, 14 years old, from the Outer Hebrides, a vivacious teenager, who played bagpipes and was full of fun
BBC News 24
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by their families and friends. They were loved and they are mourned. Taken by the bomb, their names keep coming. Eilidh MacLeod, 14 years old, from the Outer Hebrides,.