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.
Hackaday
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In these times when we try to squeeze out extra clock cycles by adding more cores to our CPUs and by enlisting the aid of GPUs, [Ido Gendel] thought it would be fun to go in the exact opposite direction, supply a clock to the ATtiny85 that cycles only once per day , or at 0.000011574Hz. What application could this have? Well, if he could do it in seven instructions or less, how about turning on an LED at sunset Friday evening, to indicate the start of the Jewish Shabbat (Saturday), and turn it off again at sunset Saturday evening. Notice the subtlety. A clock that cycles once per day means you can execute at most one instruction per day. Luckily on AVR microcontrollers, the instructions he needed can execute in just one cycle. That of course meant diving down into assembly code. [Ido] wasn't an assembly wizard, so to find the instructions, he compiled C code and examined the resulting assembly until he found what he needed.
Mashable
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Daily Mail - Home
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It really doesn't matter how big a cat is or how tiny the box is, they will manage to squeeze themselves into small spaces. The pictures show the great lengths furry felines are prepared to go to.
Ruptly TV
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Autocar
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Once rolling, the Viper is remarkably benign, with a smooth and progressive throttle and even a reasonably comfortable ride. But what you really want to know is how well it goes. Well, even on these cold roads, the Viper isnt uncontrollable. Lairy, for sure, and a moment’s inadvertent exuberance with the throttle will light up the rear tyres. But there’s a monumental amount of front-end grip, so the car snicks into corners surprisingly well, and a squeeze of the throttle on the way out hunkers the back end down at first, rather than simply sending it sideways straight away. But be under no illusion: this is a car that’s happier on the straights than it is in the corners. Simply placing it is the first problem: that long, wide nose obscures half of the road ahead, and then there’s the slow steering and the wooden brakes. No, far better to amble through the twisty bits at a moderate pace and then point ‘n’ squirt to your heart’s content once there’s a clear, flat bit of asphalt ahead.
TYT YouTube
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Daily Mail - Home
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Like many a suburban housewife, Beckham also manages to squeeze in an hour-long class at the gym, lunch with friends, and cooks dinner for his family at their home in the Cotswolds.
The Event Chronicle
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It’s like space pictures.” If we’re to trust the words of this unnamed remote viewer, the history of our own species becomes intertwined with that of a more ancient and civilized race. Or maybe they never came in contact with mankind as the catastrophe that wiped them out could have happened before Homo sapiens was a thing. In any case, such revelations should change our perceptions about our place in the world, the cosmos and the grand scheme of things, if there even is such a thing. So should we trust what this guy was saying? I dont know, but if the CIA trusted a whole bunch of them and spent millions of dollars trying to squeeze information out of their minds, there must be something to the phenomenon of remote viewing. The Stargate Project officially ended in 1994 but, come on, who would scrap a program that essentially allows you to take advantage of spies that can pass through the barriers of time and space? Can you imagine the type of esoteric knowledge gathered through such ventures? Alas, we may never know what went on behind closed doors, closely guarded by CIA agents.
Mashable
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WARNING: This post contains images that some readers may find graphic. Squeezing your own spots is one of life's strangely satisfying pleasures, if not mildly gross. But, watching other people's zits and blackheads being squeezed? Well, that's a whole other level of grossness. This fascination has had a longstanding cult following on the internet and one of the most recent cult fan bases are around videos by Dr. Pimple Popper, aka LA based dermatologist Sandra Lee. She is the queen of the popping scene. Lee has tapped into this widespread and voracious appetite for clips of unplugged blackheads, exploding cysts, and oozy spots. Since starting her Instagram two years ago, she's gained over 1 billion YouTube views and amassed 2.3 million Instagram followers. So, what exactly makes these videos so mesmerizing? Read more... More about Skin Care , Skin , Science , Squeeze , and Blackheads
Techradar
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We're not convinced Samsung will squeeze in a battery that big considering it wants to make the S8's battery doesn't meet the same fate as the Note 7. Fast charging with QuickCharge 4.0 also makes its debut thanks to Qualcomm's technology, and Samsung has always tried to push its wireless charging pads. Expect both of those perks to be part of the Samsung Galaxy S8. Samsung Galaxy S8 OS and power Hottest leaks: A 3GHz Exynos 8895 processor in some regions A 3.2GHz octa-core Snapdragon chip in the US 4GB or 6GB of RAM The Samsung Galaxy S8 is likely going to debut Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chipset, which is faster, small and more efficient than the Snapdragon 820. In fact, a leak suggests the Galaxy S8 could have a 3.2GHz octa-core Snapdragon chipset, which certainly sounds fast. That said, Samsung also makes its own Exynos chips and with the Galaxy S7 some regions got those and others got the Snapdragon 820, so the same is likely to happen with the Galaxy S8.
Mashable
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A new coding technique could make it possible to condense your entire digital library onto a microscopic hard drive. Except the hard drive won't consist of metals and plastic. It will be made of DNA. Scientists in New York have developed a way to compress digital files and squeeze the data into the four base nucleotides of DNA: A, G, C and T. They did so by adapting an algorithm designed for streaming videos on cell phones. SEE ALSO: India's database with biometric details of its billion citizens ignites privacy debate "We take storage almost [for] granted, and we accumulate a lot of information in our daily life," said Yaniv Erlich, a computer science professor at Columbia University who co-authored a new study describing the technique. Read more... More about Biotechnology , Data Storage , Columbia University , Biological Data , and Digital Data
TechCrunch
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Pie Tops are not the future of sneakers. Theyre not some cool prototype like the HyperAdapt that point to a shoe company finally realizing a long sought-after feature. Theyre a good gimmick from a pizza company looking for a way to capitalize on March Madness with a pair of shoes that order a pizza when you squeeze their tongue. Ive tried them, theyre real... Read More
Bike EXIF
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A little clear anodizing in all the right places helped cap things off. Of course, the project wasn't without its snags. Partway through, the bike's destination changed from Tokyo to Europe. So Matthew had to retrofit all the necessary Euro 3 equipment. “It was doable,” he says, “but a tight squeeze!” The change clearly didn't hamper him in any way—this Monster rides the line between edgy and timeless, yet it's still utterly capable of functioning as a daily rider. Good to see the Speedtractor flag still flying high. Speedtractor website | Facebook | Instagram | Speedtractor on How to Build a Scrambler Credits: Saddle suede work by Miauchi-san, mean green application by Nakata-san, moving pictures by William Greenawalt
RT UK
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EVO Reviews
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Built exclusively for track use, the P1 GTR is possibly even more remarkable. The P1's industrial-sounding engine feels even more alive, straight-line performance destroys GT3-class racers, yet the road car's balance and agility remain, despite wearing a set of slicks. It's fairly handy around Anglesey, too... Video of McLaren P1 vs McLaren F1 | evo REVIEW McLaren P1 in depth Performance and 0-60 time - One word: savage. In a straight-line, the P1 is the fastest of that hypercar trio. One squeeze of the right pedal and that secret 'Ring lap time becomes irrelevant. Read all about the McLaren P1 performance here Ride and handling - McLaren has managed to give the P1 super quick responses without compromising ride quality. The results inspire confidence and encourage you to explore the chassis. Read all about the McLaren P1 ride and handling here Engine and gearbox - It might share a few components with the 650S, but, working in tandem with a single electric motor, the P1's bespoke twin-turbocharged 3.
Fox News
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The Points Guy
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Notably, these bunks weren't as long as the lie-flat Polaris seats — while TPG was able to stretch out completely there, he needed to bend his knees in the crew bunk. That flight attendant crew rest is located at the far back of the plane — there's a similar crew rest for the pilots (complete with captains chairs) up front. Meanwhile, back downstairs, just behind the second Polaris cabin you'll find United's new 3-4-3 coach. It's definitely a tight squeeze compared to 777s that offer 3-3-3 seating — I'll dig in a bit more later this week. The economy cabins were completely empty for this charter, but they're almost entirely full for the first passenger flight on Thursday — don't expect to have room to play around. These seats offer enough space to stretch out... as long as there aren't any other passengers in your row. Seats are roughly 17 inches wide, making the center section 68 inches or so — not enough to accommodate all 79 inches of TPG.
Techradar
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99. Nintendo Switch specs Thanks to a Nvidia blog post we know the console is powered by a custom Tegra chip, which was also found in the Nvidia Shield . Nvidia's desktop GPU's have seen a substantial upgrade recently, and there was some home that this upgrade would carry through to Tegra, but this hasn't been confirmed, and seems unlikely given the specs we've seen. We do know the clock speeds that the CPU and GPU will run at. The CPU has a clock speed of 1020MHz in both docked and undocked modes, but the GPU sees more of a change, dropping from 768MHz to 307.2MHz when running on battery power. 307.2MHz might not seem like much compared to the PS4's 800MHz or the Xbox One's 853MHz, but it should still be enough to outperform the Wii U, and we've all seen the performance Nintendo was able to squeeze out of its last console. The blog post does mention that the chip has been optimised for "mobile use cases" which we hope means that it's not too battery hungry, but there are rumors circulating that the console only has a battery life of three hours when used as a handheld .
Men's Fitness
a month
Add the butter and a good squeeze of lemon juice, coating the fish, then turn off the heat. Gently mix the rocket into the caponata and spoon a portion onto your plate. Top with the sea bass and any juices from the frying pan. Sprinkle over a little more parsley and congratulate yourself on a job well done. RECOMMENDED: How to Cook Pan-Roasted Salmon Nick Harris-Fry 13 Feb 2017
The Huffington Post
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To make the Japanese Gyoza, start by finely chopping the cabbage using a large, sharp knife. 2. Add the cabbage to a bowl and sprinkle salt on top. Mix this through well and leave to the side for a few minutes. 3. Finely chop the garlic chives and leave these to the side as well. 4. Get an empty bowl and the bowl with your cabbage. Pick up portions of the cabbage using your hands and squeeze out the excess water, then transfer this into the empty bowl. Repeat until all of the cabbage is strained. 5. In a large mixing bowl, add the pork mince, cabbage and garlic chives. 6. Season the ingredients of your Japanese Gyoza by grating a garlic clove inside as well as a small pice of ginger. 7. Then, add a sprinkle of salt and pepper, along with a generous drizzle of Japanese soy sauce. 8. Finally, add 1/3 glass of mirin (cooking sake) and mix through really well using your hands for a few minutes.
Daily Mail - Entertainment
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Hackaday
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Something about the act of heating up a joint and flowing molten solder into it lends a feeling of permanence and quality to the finished product. And soldering was basically the only show in town for the early days of the commercial electronics industry. But soldered joints have their problems, both electromechanically and in terms of production after all, an assembly worker can only sling solder around so fast. In the early 1950s, AMP Corporation came out with the first crimp connections for production use, the F-Crimp or open-barrel design. Using this crimping design, AMP sold a wide range of connectors that could be rapidly and repeatably applied to conductors, and that lent themselves to automated fabrication methods in a way that soldering would never be able to achieve. Squeeze Play Crimping takes advantage of the properties of metals to achieve electrically and mechanically sound connections.