The Event Chronicle
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by Jess Murray Ikea’s indoor garden system is the perfect option for those who wish to grow their own food all year round but dont have the garden space to be able to do it. Ikea’s indoor hydroponic garden allows anyone to grow fresh produce at home without the need for soil or any previous gardening experience. The hydroponic system of the garden means that adequate light and water are everything that is needed to grow the plants successfully, meaning that there is no need for soil. According to the report, many of the vegetables that are widely available today are grown using this method. The absorbent foam plugs that come with the Ikea system enable the seeds to sprout, and then proceed to keep the seeds moist without over-watering them. Following the germination of the seeds, all that needs to be done is to transfer the entire foam plug into its own separate small pot and fill it with pumice stones, which can retain a lot of water.
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professional public servant. And it was a delight to meet him here again own Li a few months after being elected. Would my right honourable friend, the Prime Minister,.
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yesterday and Arboretum. We must remember to the bravery of the emergency services and our own staff and the goodness and decency of ordinary members of the public who rushed to.
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He’s directing and taking the lead role of Poirot in an adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Murder On The Orient Express . Michael Green has penned the screenplay, and the cast includes Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Josh Gad, Penelope Cruz, Michael Pena, Dame Judi Dench and seemingly half of RADA. Expect a release towards the end of 2017. 31. The Greatest Showman On Earth Founder of the Barnum Bailey Circus, politician and all-round showman PT Barnum's getting his own movie, which stars Hugh Jackman as the 19th century impresario. Bill Condon co-wrote this one, and he's the bloke who brought us the magnificent Gods And Monsters - one reason why we're looking forward to this musical biopic. That, and the sight of Hugh Jackman singing and waving his arms in front of an elephant, of course. 30. It They all float down here. We have to admit, we were more in a lather when Cary Fukunaga was involved in this new, big-screen telling of Stephen King's It , but the story's such a magnetic one that we're looking forward to the new treatment anyway.
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Specific details are understandably thin on the ground at this point, but we know that these nine new episodes will be set in the autumn of 1984, roughly nine months after the season one Christmas-set finale. And it's exciting to know that some fans' theories have been right on the money. If you've posted theories of you're own online, maybe you're one of them... Stranger Things season 2 production Executive producer Shawn Levy has recently being chatting about the show's second run on Southern California Public Radio ( Collider heard the interview and promptly reported about it online). Asked about the pressure of putting season 2 together, here's what Levy said... "Yes, the pressure is on. It would be so blatantly disingenuous of me to say differently. It’s scary to have people love something this much. It becomes impossible to banish all thoughts of not wanting to disappoint.
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[Michal Zalewski] has radiation on the brain. Why else would he gut a perfectly-horrible floor lamp, rebuild the entire thing with high-power RGB LEDs, and then drive it with a microcontroller that is connected up to a Geiger-Müller tube? Oh right, because it also looks very cool, and Geiger tubes are awesome. If you've been putting off your own Geiger tube project, and we know you have, [Michal]'s detailed explanation of the driver circuit and building one from scratch should help get you off the couch. Since a Geiger tube needs 400 volts DC, some precautions are necessary here, and [Michal] builds a relatively safe inverter and also details a relatively safe way to test it. The result is a nice piece of decor that simultaneously warns you of a nuclear disaster by flashing lights like crazy, or (hopefully) just makes a nice conversation piece.
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place in the boundaries of my own constituency, I know the Palace of Westminster is close to the heart is not just of us but to many millions of our fellow countrymen and people who live abroad. May I thank the Prime Minister for speaking so very eloquently said the nation, both on the.
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They are our colleagues, fellow workers, friends and neighbours. As Prime Minister said, when dangerous and violent incidents take place, we instinctively run away from them for our own safety. The police and emergency services run them. We are grateful for the public service, yesterday, today and.
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pay tribute to them for the work they have been doing to reassure the public, treat the injured and bring security back to the streets of our capital city. But they have lost one of their own in yesterday's attack only makes their calmness and professionalism all the more remarkable
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own, and also coming to terms with the news that three other colleagues were injured. Two of those offices seriously injured as they were run down by this vehicle on Westminster Bridge itself. As that operation continued.
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for the Metropolitan Police. They have this ongoing, live, real-time investigation that they need to get answers to as a matter of urgency. Round up any individuals that may be connected to the attacker. At the same time of course they are mourning the loss of one of their own,.
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incident, would that be right? That would be right but of course, as other people have said, individuals don't always acted entirely on their own and we must make sure any leads are pursued to the end. At the level of national security hasn't been.
Den of Geek
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If there’s one thing that television doesnt really do, and has never really done, is to tell a surreal story.” He continues, “I would have loved to have been in the room with the ABC executives when they watched David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive TV pilot. You know that had to be a long silence after that thing stopped.” Legion universe Legion will not be set in the same universe as the X-Men movies. Speaking to IGN , stalwart X-producer Lauren Shuler Donner has compared Hawley's Legion to Matt Nix's as-yet-untitled and entirely different X-Men telly series , in terms of links between the shows and the films... “Matt [Nix]'s [series] is much more a part of just the world in terms of there are mutants, mutants are hated and there are Sentinels — though very different from what we’ve seen before. You feel like you’re here in the X-Men world. "With Legion , we’re our own universe.
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be heading into Parliament with many other MPs today. The thought of the Defence Secretary, Michael Fallon. Business as usual is the message we have been hearing throughout the morning. It will be a rather sombre mood today. As they were saying, they have lost one of their own, PC Keith.
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have lost one of their own officers and three others have been injured. Yesterday it was reported that two of the police officers were seriously injured. Mark Rowley didn't want to go into the detail of their conditions today but he said of the 29 people injured.
Hackaday
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The numerous annunciator LEDs are driven directly from the Arduino Mega. His build really comes together by incorporating a noise resilient DCF77 decoder library by [Udo Klein] which is running on a separate Arduino Uno. All of his design source files are posted on his GitHub repository and he hopes to publish an Instructable soon for those who would like to build one of their own. In the first video below, he walks through the various functions of the clock, and in the second one, gives us a peek in to its inside. Watch, and be amazed. Thanks for the tip, [Nick] Filed under: clock hacks
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compromise any further investigation that they have to carry out in the coming hours. It is clearly a very difficult time for for the Metropolitan Police, not only are they dealing with this fast-time investigation, but they're having to deal with the loss of one of their own, and also,.
BBC Parliament
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future, why should the people of Scotland not have a choice about their own future? This isn't a question about whether the people of Scotland should have a choice on their future. The people..
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teacher called Eileen. She wrote to me to say teachers are purchasing items such as pens, pencils, glue sticks and paper out of their own pockets. Fundraising events have quadrupled as funds are so low that parents.
Carscoops
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If you thought that building a car capable of starring in a big movie requires money, skill and time, you’re right, but that didnt stop MCM from trying to build their own budget Fast and Furious movie ride. Read more »
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Collective Evolution
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When we're around death or in high stress situations, we are able to pick up on lower vibrational energies, so why wouldn't animals feel that, too? When they're on the way to their deaths, they're also often mistreated and forced to endure highly aggravating situations. For example, when pigs are transported to slaughterhouses, they are often crammed so tightly into transport trucks that their guts literally squeeze out of them. A former pig transporter explained that the pigs are “packed in so tight, their guts actually pop out their butts—a little softball of guts actually comes out.” It's proven that animals can sense fear and feel pain. That, in combination with a rapid change in daily activities (and in many cases added torture), is enough for anyone to be sent over the edge. So, are these animals simply reacting to fear, or are they truly aware that they're about to die, causing them to panic and try to escape? Many animals can clearly comprehend death, whether it's regarding their own species or another.
The Event Chronicle
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With offers of free meals and Boston Red Sox tickets, they’d been coaxed to join a “Science Club” without knowing that their inclusion would make them guinea pigs for various radiation-laden nutrition studies funded by Quaker Oats. It wasnt until decades later, on that winter morning in 1994, that Boyce became aware of what he’d been secretly put through. It incited one of history’s most searing debates about the ethics of academic research and the necessity of informed consent.” MIT was working with Quaker Oats. Experimental food, dangerous biotechnology: many of these things originate in institutions such as MIT or Stanford. Academic institutions, processed food corporations using biotechnology, Pentagon affiliated technology barons, this is the full picture: a piece of a powerstructure that affects us every day. It’s difficult to say in one article how this power operates, and how that will influence our future: but this can be a starting point to your own research.
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CNN's Jake Tapper went on a tirade on Twitter recently, again, as he is wont to do. This time, he was going on about Trump's complaint about NATO countries not paying their fair share. The fact is, Trump is correct about NATO countries not meeting their spending obligations, and Tapper actually defended Trump's point. But then he completely bashed on Trump anyway, completing missing his own point entirely. Follow The Resident at http://www.twitter.com/TheResident Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America