South China Morning Post
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The Event Chronicle
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We achieved a lot of this through transmuting the darker and denser energies through ourselves. Now we dont have to do that anymore and may feel like we simply want out of here and away from that experience. What is coming next is simply divine and does not remotely resemble the first phase. Sudden changes of friends, activities, habits, jobs and residences. One of the most basic and prevalent experiences in the higher realms involves the Law of Attraction. Like energies always attract like and similar energies. This relates to the dimensional hierarchies as well. We will always be matched with what and how we are vibrating. As we go higher and higher, this phenomenon becomes much more magnified and also becomes one of the basic cores of our reality and existence. Through the ascension process we evolving beyond what we used to be, and therefore the people and surroundings that no longer match our vibration simply leave our space.
Techradar
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Back in 2014, they launched the incredibly serene World of Diving. While fully playable without a VR headset, playing it with one is a wholly immersive experience as you dive and explore the ocean, photographing marine life and searching undersea shipwrecks. After that, they tooled around with Skyworld, a 'tabletop' strategy game where you capture several points on the map while building your empire and, along with that concept, they built Arizona Sunshine. While Arizona Sunshines concept is a dime a dozen nowadays for entertainment in general, the execution is rock solid, and offers some of the most satisfying action for a VR game. It does this in a few ways. First, it presents it in a way that's exciting and also feels surprisingly tense the mines are dark, and you have to utilize a flashlight to keep track of your surroundings.
Futurity
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The model we've developed for Ina's formation puts it firmly within the period of peak volcanic activity on the moon several billion years ago. Volcanic caldera on the Moon. (Credit: NASA/GSFC/ASU) Ina's puzzling features Ina sits near the summit of a gently sloped mound of basaltic rock, which led many scientists to conclude that it was likely the caldera of an ancient lunar volcano. But just how ancient wasn't clear. While the flanks of the volcano look billions of years old, the Ina caldera itself looks much younger. One sign of youth is its bright appearance relative to its surroundings. The brightness suggests Ina hasn't had time to accumulate as much regolith—the layer of loose rock and dust that builds up on the surface over time. Then there are Ina's distinctive mounds80 or so smooth hills of rock, some standing as tall as 100 feet, which dominate the landscape within the caldera.
Autocar
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South China Morning Post
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The space at 13 Stanley Street in Central has traded in one high-end Chinese restaurant, Sun Tung Lok (which still has its original in Tsim Sha Tsui) for another. The Chins is one of the prettiest, most elegant Chinese restaurants Ive been to in recent memory; we especially liked the tableware, ceramic pots on the tables, and some of the lavish upholstery. As youd expect from such surroundings, a meal here isnt going to be cheap most of the dried seafood...
Plymouth Herald
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Today, the penthouse of the Holiday Inn Hotel leading up to Plymouth's iconic Hoe is home to the swanky surroundings of Marco Pierre White's Steakhouse Bar Grill.Fifteen years ago the top floor was ravaged by a fire which could be seen from far and wide and which would cost millions to repair.Read more: This is the story of Plymouth's ever-changing Ebrington StreetThen it was called Plymouth Hoe Moat House hotel. And on the night of March 29, 2002, flames licked from the...
TIME - Top Stories
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If you're taking them outside for a run, Jabra's Hear Through technology can pipe in the sounds of cars and traffic to keep you aware of your surroundings. Also tucked into these buds is a heart rate monitor, helping the Elite Sport double as a great fitness coach when paired with the Jabra Sport Life app. The app not only tracks runs and pulses, but also can walk you through everything from a total fitness analysis to post-workout recovery time calculations. (Yeah, it's that intense.) The earbuds only get three hours of battery life which isn't a lot for a $249 device but their case doubles as a battery pack, putting the total to nine hours before needing a recharge. Buy now: Amazon, $250
Carbuyer Reviews
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The braking and suspension system are made from similarly high-grade components to the Atom, but are designed to take a rather different kind of punishment. While a spirited trackday in an Ariel Atom might be spent trying to avoid leaving the track to explore its surroundings, the Nomad positively encourages you to charge headlong into the scenery. The suspension can deflect impacts from almost any surface – there’s a good chance you’ll succumb to fatigue well before the Nomad exhibits signs of stress. And although it really shines when conditions are tough, it’s a hoot on a country road, too. Downsides? Well, the Nomad is expensive, and – although the sublime workmanship and top-notch components show you where your money goes – it’s not exactly a car aligned with the rigours of everyday family life. There’s a passenger seat, but nowhere to safely stow personal effects.
The Week
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The Event Chronicle
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Neither will one find God through the intellect or happiness. Material objects do not possess emotions. If you attach your emotions to material objects what happens when they fade or leave as they always eventually do. What happens when that shinny new car you attached your self worth to gets smashed or stolen? What happens when the people you attached your love joy and happiness to leave you? What if through the heart you could make your own personal connection with God, Great Spirit, Creator? What if you become love, joy, find total acceptance and appreciation within? What would happen to seeking, leaking your energy like a battery, how self empowering would that be – to go within and find yourself? The true self – not the social programmed self. You would be free, you will look around you and ask do I really need all this stuff? Do I want to surround myself with what now feel to be zombies? Do I really want to be part of this herd and is this herd sustainable? Am I frequency specific to my surroundings or do I need to make a change? Am I being supported and fed spiritually? Then, sadly, most will wake up in the morning, go to their cubicles and fall right back into the herd of zombie consumers.
Washingtons Blog
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Since the Kafkaesque billing system rewards quick turn-arounds, observation is frowned upon unless it can be billed. So if observation is deemed necessary (to avoid any liability, of course), Carlos might be wheeled into an observation room filled with other people, where a nurse pops in every once in a while. This adds $3,000 to the bill. (Never mind the stress on Carlos being in such unfamiliar surroundings; he might have felt better if he hadn't been subjected to the anxieties that come with being enmeshed in the healthcare system's straight-jacket of standards of care .) If Carlos doesn't feel better after all this, then the bill is set to balloon bigtime because an overnight stay in the hospital is the next stepand if there isn't a 100% certainty that there is no chance of his stomach-ache becoming something serious, then the system will insist on overnight observation as the only legally defensible option.
The Week
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The Week
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And that's not in looks; it is written in their face or in a gesture of their hands. And of course, to quote Leonardo da Vinci, the eyes are the windows of the soul. Most of my portraits are with the sitter looking straight at you, following you around the room. I want them to lock you in." It is an intimate process. Portraits generally take between three to five sittings, each one lasting for two to three hours. You can see how much Arabella enjoys the process. "It's a wonderful thing to get to know another human being in the intimate surroundings of this studio," she says. "We listen to music and we share. It's such a privilege. I love it." It is a good job she does - Arabella has 28 commissions to fulfil this year and is planning a new exhibition, Hidden, to be shown next year to raise awareness of the work of the Royal Hospital Chelsea helping army veterans.
ITV
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Lichfield Cathedral, union Chapel and Wrexham. mini tour. Going to Paisley Abbey, Lichfield Cathedral, and Wrexham. There is something about hearing your voice and choirs in those surroundings. Where they are supposed to be. I love doing concert halls,.
The Iran Project
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BBC News 24
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They are omnipresent so you can forget they are there but when you stop to look at them, I think they are the most evocative and dynamic and poetic aspect of our surroundings. They also kind of have this quality to them that makes you think about thoughts and feelings. These are beautiful
Daily Mail - Travel
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Ars Technica UK
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Enlarge (credit: Christiaan Colen ) In early 2015, architects of Google's Android mobile operating system introduced a new feature that was intended to curtail the real-time tracking of smartphones as their users traversed retail stores , city streets , and just about anywhere else . A recently published research paper found that the measure remains missing on the vast majority of Android phones and is easily defeated on the relatively small number of devices that do support it. Like all Wi-Fi-enabled devices, smartphones are constantly scanning their surroundings for available access points, and with each probe, they send a MACshort for media access controladdress associated with the handset. Throughout most of the history of Wi-Fi, the free exchange of MAC addresses didn't pose much threat to privacy. That all changed with the advent of mobile computing.
Design Milk - Architecture
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When a couple in Seattle decided to pare down and simplify their lifestyle, they hired Suyama Peterson Deguchi to design a minimalist house that still felt like home but without all of the excess. The Junsei House offers the homeowners a retreat from the hustle of everyday life with its tree-filled surroundings. Wanting to respect the landscape, they built a modest home with a minimal footprint that doesn't try to overtake its surroundings. All of the existing trees were left untouched and little digging took place so the trees' roots would be protected. That left only a width of 18 feet and a length of 80 feet to work with. Inside, the lush landscape is framed like art by the walls of windows giving the feeling of living in a treehouse. The project was completed with a minimal budget that was aided with the use of lower cost materials, like raw plywood on the inside and corrugated metal siding covering the exterior.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Joe Worrall learned many valuable things during his loan spell with League Two Dagenham last season, but among them was a sense of appreciation. The no-nonsense surroundings of the lower leagues taught the defender about the physical side of the game; about putting his head in where it hurts. He has stated his gratitude to the London club for the opportunity more than once. Both he and Matty Cash both benefitted from their chance to get their first taste of competitive football with the...
BBC News 24
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Right in the historic city centre, designed by Michelangelo. Sumptuous surroundings, frescoes adorning the walls for this ceremony today. But it is a muted celebration. The challenges ahead are clear to everybody, and you've got the departure in a matter of days of one.
BBC News 24
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It was six nations back then. 27 leaders today. And they're all back in the same building - Palazzp dei Conservatori on Rome's Capitol Hill. Right in the historic city centre, designed by Michelangelo. Sumptuous surroundings, frescoes adorning the walls for this ceremony today. But it is a muted celebration. The challenges ahead are clear to everybody, and you've got the departure in a matter of days of one.
BBC News 24
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they're all back in the same building on Rome's capital line hill right in the historic centre. It is sumptuous surroundings for the ceremony today. It is a muted celebration. The challenges ahead are clear to everybody and you've got the departure in the matter of.