The Event Chronicle
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Author Steve Quayle contends, “Black physics is beyond the PhD level, and we are seeing this with CERN (European Council for Nuclear Research). What is so critical for people to understand is, as more activity takes place at CERN, the occult rituals associated with it are so in your face you can’t dismiss this stuff anymore as being the ranting's of this fringe or that fringe. Coordinates: 69°19'57.71S 158°52'28.99E Quayle says, “Most people dont understand that something is happening and the Antarctic is critical.” It is, because of the advanced technology of the Third Reich . . . that they went under the ice, so to speak, and came into contact with beings, sentient beings that Wernher von Braun and others have made reference to many times before they passed away. So, all this is a matter of record. When you put all the records together, it points to this: There is some entity or group of entities that are thinking and have advanced technology, buried in Antarctica.
Daily Mail - Entertainment
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They've just returned from a skiing trip in Gstaad, Switzerland. And Tamara was keen for her little one to keep up with her other hobbies as she took the adorable two-year-old on a horse riding lesson.
The Huffington Post
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Now that we know the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons will be meeting in the Super Bowl, the countdown to kickoff has begun. Football fans are not the only ones looking forward to the festivities in Houston. So are teachers and students in classrooms across the country who will be participating in the NFL Play 60 Challenge's Virtual Field Trip live from Houston at noon CT on Jan. 31, a few days before the big game. Virtual field trips transport classrooms anywhere at any time with the push of a few buttons. In this case, teachers simply register for free online for access to the one-hour presentation. When the time comes, they call up the link and the fun begins. That's all it takes. Powered by Discovery Education, a leader in virtual field trips for students , the event also will be archived. So anyone who can't watch live, or just wants to see it again, can tune in any time.
The Huffington Post
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No one wants to be a Millennial, except for a few weird undergrads who write politically correct versions of dictionaries that offer simple alternative wordings for offensive phrases like "poor person" such as "person who lacks advantages that others have, low economic status related to a person's education, occupation and income." This, and a myriad of other reasons, is why Millennial became a dirty word like hipster. When I speak of Millennials, I mostly mean what the media portrays them as, Middle to Upper Class students and graduates of somewhat to highly prestigious universities and colleges. This infectious species that polices the appropriateness of Halloween costumes and takes off weeks from school to cope with the election of a person who doesn't share their values in "safe spaces" chockfull of art and dog therapy. Millennials are ill-equipped for the challenges of adult life.
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Adweek
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Then theres the oddly satisfying, but equally disturbing, KaleLimp, which tells the story of a husband and wife eating out at a strangely empty restaurant. They place an order of KaleLimp with their waiter, and honestly, its probably not even close to what youd expect it to be. Once again, Droga5 and company take viewiers into a bizarre universe, where dogs are made out of kale and leaves from their vegetable fur are then served to hungry diners. But somehow it remains delightfully entertaining. The final film, JailBlimp, takes place at a young girls birthday party. Theres a blimp-shaped piñata floating in the air that the young girl approaches, stick in hand, ready to smash open. But when she begins to crack that sucker open, something unexpected happens. Bet you didnt see that one coming. None of the stories make any logical sense.
Al Jazeera
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Syria talks in the Kazakh capital are off to rocky start as no face-to-face discussions will take place between rival delegations. The key players in Syria are in the capital Astana after six years of war with the aim to reinforce the current ceasefire. The opposition delegation includes representatives of about a dozen armed groups, led by Mohammed Alloush. Mohammed Alloush said: “We need to stop the bloodshed in Syria. We are ready to go anywhere and do what it takes to consolidate the ceasefire and to protect our people from the organized terrorism and crimes committed by the regime and the gangs.” - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
DW
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Many blame this report for the loss of years’ worth of progress , with very few significant developments taking place in the bot realm until the 1970s -- though the late 1960s did see a few, such as the Stanford Research Institute’s invention of Shakey, a somewhat self-directed robot with “limited language capability”. The inaugural International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence Organization was also held in 1969 -- which still takes place annually -- though any noticeably revitalized interest or attention paid to AI would be slow to follow. The 1970s - 1980s Freddy In the early 1970s, there was much talk around Freddy, a non-verbal robot developed by researchers at the University of Edinburgh that, while incapable of communicating with humans, was able to assemble simple objects without intervention. The most revolutionary element of Freddy was its ability to use vision to carry out tasks -- a camera allowed it to “see” and recognize the assembly parts.
DW
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Mashable
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While the Chinese have been credited with the invention of paper some 2,000 years ago, this improvement takes the humble material to a whole new generation. A research team at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics in China has developed what is believed to be the world's first fire-resistant and water-proof paper. SEE ALSO: Asia is throwing out an increasingly large, dangerous amount of e-waste The paper resists water even when its surface is physically damaged, and is unstained by liquids such as coffee and tea. It is also able to withstand heat up to 200 degrees Celsius, making it fire-resistant. Read more... More about Inventions , Paper , China , and World
Hackaday
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At the least, it takes a very long time to get results with a slow centrifuge. [M. Saad Bhamla] and his colleagues at Stanford started brainstorming on this problem. They thought about toys that rotate, including a yo-yo. Turns out, those don't spin all that fast, either. Then they considered a whirligig. We had forgotten what those are, but it is the real name for a toy that has a spinning disk and (usually) a string. When you pull on the string, the disk spins and the more you pull, the faster the disk spins. These actually have an ancient origin appearing in medieval tapestries and almost 2,500 years ago in China. [Bhamla] found that how the toy worked was poorly understood (from a scientific standpoint) and took pictures of one in operation with a high-speed camera. The team was able to create the paperfuge, a human-powered centrifuge that would spin at 125,000 RPM, enough to separate plasma from blood in under two minutes and isolate malaria parasites in 15.
Daily Mail - India
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The TV star may have been wearing briefs, but it appeared as if she had no bra on. The Real Housewives Of Miami star held her phone in front of her face.
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We still dont know. Sometimes it takes some time to understand and analyze. It seems that the statements of top policemen, Roni Alsheich and others, are influenced by politics, and this is very unfortunate because the citizens of Israel need to know they can trust the police.” Very reasonable words. Can one trust such a police force? Svetlova, ingenuously, draws parallels to the Elor Azarya Murder case which almost immediately became a ‘manslaughter case’ . “If it will be proven that Abu al-Qia’an died bleeding while there were so many people around him and nobody rushed to help him, then it’s Azaria case No. 2 – this is how it looks. In one incident a terrorist was shot, and here we have a citizen of whom it is not proven whether he’s a terrorist or not, an Israeli citizen who dies and no one rushes to give him medical attention.” Ironically, whilst Svetlova’s words are no doubt sincere from her point of view, she subscribes uncritically to the ‘terroristnarrative regarding the Azarya case (as did the judge).
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In his directorial debut, Macon Blair cooks up a world full of assholes. Ruth, a rehab nurse, lives quietly among them in I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore until a home break-in pushes her over the edge. And Melanie Lynskey ( Togetherness ) shines equally as lonely Ruth and the full-charging vigilante she becomes as she hunts down her thief. Her performance will have you rooting for the good-girl-gone-bad, and by the time this comedy takes a turn for the dark side, you're ready for the ride. SEE ALSO: Sundance review: 'Tokyo Idols' paints a creepy picture of J-pop super fans She clocks an old antique salesman in the face, and you are still on her side. The ride can get real wacky, but that's part of the charm. Read more... More about Sundance Film Festival and Entertainment
SABC Digital News
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If your sweet tooth knows no boundaries, then this next interview will have your taste buds running in different directions. Imagine something as simple as popcorn with a twist such as popcorn ice-cream, popcorn waffles, popcorn ice cream sandwiches made with freshly-baked cookies and brownies, popcorn donuts and popcorn macaroon (popparoons). Businessman Emile Alexander is taking the idea of popcorn to new heights with a new concept known as Popcornology. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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