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There is absolutely no room for complacency. There will be a tiny minority in any community, whether it be Islamic terrorism or right-wing extremism and terrorism, that you've got to deal with. I think relations in Scotland are as good as they possibly can be. This afternoon officers and staff at the Scottish Police College paid tribute to PC Keith Palmer
The Event Chronicle
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A MASSIVE, ICONIC terror event (a couple of people hit by a car, a policeman stabbed, an alleged perp shot) shocked and galvanized the world today. STOP THE PRESSES! By Kevin Barrett But wait a minute. More than 270,000 pedestrians are killed by vehicles each year , while well over a million are injured. That means almost a thousand are killed, and perhaps three or four thousand injured, every day. Another “radical Islamic attack” on a satanic holiday – one year to the day after the big Brussels false flag Of the thousands and thousands of vehicular casualties that happen every day all over the world, a tiny fraction just occurred near the Parliament building in London. The logical inference: Somebody spent a rather small sum of money to arrange a publicity stunt which did not even make a faint blip on the day’s (much less the year’s) accident statistics — but which reaped hundreds of millions if not billions of dollars worth of virtually free publicity for the perpetrators.
Natural Blaze
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By Brittany Hunter Fans of Gilmore Girls have been delighted to return to the tiny town of Stars Hollow for the Netflix reboot of the beloved television show. The small town’s collection of wacky and...
Hackaday
an hour
Aliasing You say aliasing, I say addition: 35 Hz + 135 Hz, sampled at 100 Hz. In some sense, aliasing is all in your mind. When you took your 100 Hz samples, you were probably looking for some relatively low frequency. Otherwise you would have sampled faster, right? But how is Mother Nature supposed to know which frequencies you want to measure? She just hands you the instantaneous sum of all voltage signals at all frequencies from DC to daylight, and leaves you to sort it out. If you add together 35 Hz and 135 Hz waveforms, the resulting analog waveform will have twice the amplitude at the sampling points that correspond to 100 Hz. And when you sample, you get exactly the right value. Why did you expect otherwise? The why is because when you think of the sampled values, you're fooling yourself into thinking that you've seen the whole picture rather than just a few tiny points in time, with no data in between.
Techradar
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Below Capybara Games - the studio behind Sword & Sworcery - will be releasing Below probably, hopefully some time in 2017. Its already looks amazing - its a top-down action-adventure roguelike with a teeny tiny protagonist - but theres a lot of mystery around it still, because mystery is cool , and the developers havent revealed much about the game yet. We do know its going to be super difficult, and include permadeath, and probably a billion reasons to swear and throw your controller. Flinthook If you love your games fast-paced and tricky, you will get a kick out of Flinthooks main mechanic, in which you grappling-hook your way through platforming rooms, grabbing coins and zapping enemies along the way. Touchingly detailed animations make the game feel fluid and dynamic, thanks to talented designer and artist Dominique Dom2D Ferland.
Bleacher Report
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Radar Online
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Kailyn Lowry is writing another memoir – and this time it will be all about the drama surrounding her third pregnancy! RadarOnline.com has exclusive details on the Teen Mom 2 star’s tell-all book. On Twitter, a fan asked Lowry , “Do you think you’ll write a 3rd book that talks about the feelings you experienced to decide to have one more ‘tiny human?’” The mother-of-two responded, “I have already signed a contract for it!” PHOTOS: So Cruel! ‘Teen Mom’s Matt Baier SLAMS Fiancée Amber Portwood’s BFF Kailyn Lowry On Twitter An insider exclusively told Radar, “It's something many wouldn't expect and not like her previous books. It's definitely relatable. Lowry is currently expecting her third child. She has yet to reveal the identity of her baby daddy . A rep for Lowry told Radar in February, “ We dont know how involved the father will be.
BBC Parliament
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on is that the children in grammar schools, the tiny number on free school meals, do better than all the other children on free school meals in the country, but what the Government felt it's in that context is that these children are already highly able by definition and the.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
and systems. The previous and current chief inspectors of schools to not agree with more grammars. The Government's on social mobility system, the teaching unions, Marty Academy trust leaders and the headteachers and sadly our amongst those who have, out against selection. This is perhaps because these schools out against selection. This is perhaps because these schools take tiny numbers of.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
Only a tiny proportion of these children get into grammar schools. In part, that is believed because these schools don't have any incentive to take them
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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Albania's defense ministry says an explosion has slightly injured two army personnel at a base in the west of the country. In a statement Thursday, the ministry said that an explosion the previous day injured an army sergeant's arm and leg and another civilian from the air traffic agency. The explosion occurred during the cleaning of the military base in Porto Romano, 40 kilometers (25 miles) west of the capital, Tirana. The ministry gave no reason for the explosion. Albania, a tiny western Balkan country, is a NATO member since 2009.
South China Morning Post
3 hours
Chinas offshore oil and gas producer CNOOC reported its worst annual result since at least 2011, with revenue from its core oil and gas business falling 17 per cent last year, but it expects to raise output this year as oil prices rebound. CNOOC reported a net profit of 637 million yuan (US$92.5 million) in 2016, down nearly 97 per cent from a year earlier. Revenue from oil and gas dropped to 121 billion yuan from 147 billion yuan. CNOOC managed to eke out a tiny profit, thanks to...
Washingtons Blog
4 hours
As a result, imbalances grow until some seemingly tiny incident or disruption triggers a cascading collapse, a.k.a. a phase shift or system re-set. As the Power Elites squabble over the dwindling crumbs left by the various rentier rackets, there's no one left to fight for the national interest because the entire Status Quo of self-interested fiefdoms and cartels has been co-opted and is now wedded to the Imperial Oligarchy as their guarantor of financial security. The divided Deep State is a symptom of this larger systemic political disunity. I have characterized the divide as between the Wall Street-Neocon-Globalist Neoliberal campcurrently the dominant public face of the Deep State, the one desperately attempting to exploit the Russia hacked our elections and is trying to destroy us narrativeand a much less public, less organized rogue Progressive camp, largely based in the military services and fringes of the Deep State, that sees the dangers of a runaway expansionist Empire and the resulting decay of the nation's moral/political center.
Daily Express - Health
4 hours
Apartment Therapy
4 hours
(Image credit: Douglas and Bec ) No matter how tiny your apartment is, you still need some place to sit. But you might have a little difficulty fitting a full-sized sofa in your 250-square-foot space (not to mention the trouble you'll have getting it up the stairs). That's why we've created this roundup of smaller sofas—each less than five feet wide—that are still big on style. READ MORE »
Evening Standard - Life & Style
4 hours
Spring into spring and get ready for Easter with these miniature loaves, made from rich chocolate sponge. Topped with a luxurious ganache and miniature chocolate eggs, these tiny desserts make for the perfect holiday treat.
BBC One Wales
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UK and abroad. And this is the heart of the event. Here, all around me, there are buyers from all around the world, meeting up with local producers. Some are tiny businesses
Ars Technica
5 hours
Where the Bulldog was a confused mishmash of jaunty, l33t gamer angles, the One is sleek, sophisticated, and—dare I say it—even a little grown up. That Corsair continues to sell a slightly updated version of the Bulldog is something of mystery considering just how good the Corsair One is. Of all the small form factor (SFF) PCs I've tried—and there have been quite a few over the past year —it is by far the best. I'd even go as as to say it's one of the best pre-built PCs you can buy, full stop. At £2,300 for a fully loaded version, the Corsair One isn't cheap by any means—and as always, going the DIY route can lead to substantial savings—but few homebrew PCs have such a tiny footprint. Fewer still do so while being entirely liquid cooled, graphics card and all. It's a combo that results in a PC that doesn't just fit into the living room environment aesthetically, but acoustically too. Read 21 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Collective Evolution
6 hours
So, today the exposure a child suffers is probably the greatest in history. If you give a flu shot to a woman who is one or two months pregnant, that child could be getting thousands of times of exposure levels to mercury. Healthline: Youre talking about a pretty big cover-up or conspiracy here. Do you really think those agencies are in cahoots? That there’s all this corruption within the industry? Because that’s what it would take to pull this off? Kennedy: The CDC has systemically [within its vaccine branch] ordered its scientists to destroy data, to manipulate data, to massage it, to dump it in garbage cans [if it uncovers] links between development diseases and vaccines. Do I think everyone at the CDC is corrupt? Of course not. There is a tiny handful of corrupt scientists and leadersThe rest of the public health community is not part of any conspiracy, but it has [become part of] the orthodoxy.
BoingBoing
6 hours
FBI agents have described the 83% white Bureau as "Trumpland," where conspiracy theories about Sharia law takeovers of America are taken seriously; the far-right, racist nature of so many agents has resulted in the loss, firing, and purging of many of the Bureau's tiny, dwindling minority of Arab and Muslim agents, who have been identified as crucial to the Bureau's counterterrorism mission. (more)
Daily Mail - USA
6 hours
Anna Szymusik, 35, from Leeds, was on holiday in Suaraha, Nepal, when she saw the huge rhino came strolling through the tiny town's high street (pictured).
BoingBoing
6 hours
FBI agents have described the 83% white Bureau as "Trumpland," where conspiracy theories about Sharia law takeovers of America are taken seriously; the far-right, racist nature of so many agents has resulted in the loss, firing, and purging of many of the Bureau's tiny, dwindling minority of Arab and Muslim agents, who have been identified as crucial to the Bureau's counterterrorism mission. (more)
The Sun Daily - World News
7 hours
DUBAI: Bahraini authorities on Thursday released award-winning photographer Mohammed Al-Shaikh after holding him for more than 24 hours over his work for AFP, according to his family. Relatives of Al-Shaikh, who worked for AFP in Bahrain for several years until his press permit was denied renewal last August, had been detained at Manama airport late Tuesday on his return from a trip overseas. His family said he does not face charges. Bahraini authorities did not respond to AFP's requests for an explanation for his arrest. Al-Shaikh won the 2014 Bayeux-Calvados prize for his coverage of events in the tiny Gulf kingdom, rocked from 2011 onwards by an Arab Spring-inspired uprising and ensuing crackdown. Rights groups regularly criticise the Sunni-ruled kingdom over its harsh treatment of dissenters. Last year saw a further tightening of restrictions on journalists.
OK!
7 hours
Lauren Goodger slammed face fillers on Twitter [Instagram] But now the 30 year old has come under fire from fans after begging them to stop having filler in their faces. Taking to Twitter, the reality star made her opinion known to her 1.3million followers. "I really don't like face fillers!!" the TV personality ranted online. "Girls please stop having filler in the face I think it looks so ugly! Lips ok I understand tiny but this. Lauren ...