Scientific American
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Anyone whos tried to hold tree pose in yoga will appreciate just how difficult it is to stand on one foot for any length of time -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
The Event Chronicle
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In a different session with a client in May of 2017, Alison was told that the energy would be coming in 8-10 months, which basically gives a time frame between January and March of 2018. While I’ve been given glimpses of the future, I’ve never been given specific dates. “Everything is going to change. People need to stay out of fear. Some people are going to the new Earth (and) some people are staying (here) based on their personal choice, their soul choice. Some people (will) want to stay to help people who are remaining here and some people are going to populate this new area.” Many people who have been doing their work, maintaining a high vibration , grounding themselves , living in the vibration of love while living in the heart can sense and feel that something HUGE and IMPENDING is on the horizon. Many of us have received messages through various ways about what to expect and this video by Alison is basically confirmation about what we have seen, felt, and experienced in regard to the new Earth.
Autocar
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And our target for kerbweight is 1300kg 'DIN'" Development timetable Moers has previously confirmed that Lewis Hamilton will join the team of development drivers testing prototypes of the car, but only "when the time is right". Mercedes board member Olallenius has said the powertrain should be "unique" in the market. At the time, he emphasised that despite its hardcore nature, the car will be able to be driven on the road and will not be a track-only special edition. Moers said the design target for the hypercar was to create "the most efficient hypercar with an outstanding driving dynamic capability, not necessarily the most powerful". When asked what he meant by ‘efficient’, Moers simply replied: "In every respect", which indicates an unprecedented combination of power, light weight and low fuel consumption. Having already confirmed a headline power target for 'Project One' of 1000bhp, Mercedes-AMG should therefore be dropping the hypercar into the market with a 770bhp-per-tonne power-to-weight ratio.
Autocar
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Which, ultimately, I’m not sure has helped rallying’s cause in the long run, because it has revived public attention on this sport. And I’ll tell you something: you aint going to compete with rallycross. Rallycross is on a roll like at no time since the 1980s. Cars compete against each other, not just the clock, in short stages, part rough, part smooth, based often in natural amphitheatres so spectators can see almost the entire circuit. And the cars are special, too: wildly powerful, looking enough like cars you can buy off the street, four wheel drive, long on suspension travel and big on going sideways. In short, rallycross rocks. In the UK nobody does rallycross quite like the Dorans. Father Pat, and son Liam. Both have won the lot either as drivers or team managers. The Citroen C4 you see in the video below was driven by Pat in the World Rallycross Championship, then mothballed for a while.
SABC Digital News
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June 3, 2017 will mark the third time in five years that Lesotho has held a general election. The election comes on the heels of Democratic Congress (DC) Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili losing a no-confidence motion in March in Parliament. Six political parties battled it out in a pre-election debate held last night ahead of the elections that will take place next weekend. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Ruptly TV
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21stCenturyWire
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Caitlin Johnstone “What we’ve been undergoing to a large extent is a form of psychological abuse, actually, by very narcissistic, hegemonic governments and officials for a very long time. It’s a form of gaslighting where actually our own faith in our ability to judge a situation, and to some extent even our own identity, has been eroded and damaged to the point where we’re effectively accepting their version of reality.” ~ Vanessa Beeley The only thing keeping westerners from seeing through the lies that they’ve been told about Syria is the unquestioned assumption that their own government could not possibly be that evil. They have no trouble believing that a foreigner from a Muslim-majority country could be gratuitously using chemical weapons on children at the most strategically disastrous time possible and bombing his own civilians for no discernible reason other than perhaps sheer sexual sadism, but the possibility that their government is making those things up in order to manufacture consent for regime change is ruled out before any critical analysis of the situation even begins.
SABC Digital News
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Hackaday
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Even with all the hamster wheel trackers out there (and on this site) there’s room for improvement. [Bogdan] upgraded his hamster wheel from an Arduino and datalogging shield to an ESP32, and unleashed some new capabilities one does not ordinarily associate with hamster wheels. [Bogdan]'s project logs distance in feet, duration of current session in time, RPM, overall revolutions, speed in MPH, and overall number of sessions, as well as a couple of system monitoring stats. It also tracks multiple wheels, as [Piontek] (the hamster) has two. However, thanks to the ESP32, [Bogdan]’s wheel tracker tweets its stats and updates a ThingSpeak dashboard with [Piontek]'s workouts. In addition to its functionality, [Bogdan] made a point to make the project look and feel FINISHED. He designed custom 3D parts including a front plate, hooks for attaching the control box to the cage, and mounts for attaching the sensor to the wheel.
PressTV News
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Iran’s foreign minister says the massive arms deal between the US and Saudi Arabia is unable to bring peace to the Middle East. Mohammad Javad Zarif made the remark in an article published in The New York Times. Zarif alo said says responsible leaders in the world should step up their efforts and tackle the momentous challenges at hand to avoid the spread of terrorism and militant extremism. He added that the 110 billion dollar deal between Riyadh and Washington will not reduce the burden on the American military or as the state department argues, will not support the long-term security of Saudi Arabia. Zarif noted that the US president is either milking the Saudis for money or trying to turn the US into Saudi Arabia’s mercenary in the Middle East. The Iranian foreign minister underlined that the last time Riyadh spent such a large sum was in the 1980’s when it gave Iraq’s former dictator Saddam Hussein billions of dollars to arm itself against Iran.
SABC Digital News
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SABC Digital News
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Australian celebrity chef John Torode was in South Africa recently to promote the new season of MasterChef, The Professionals and took some time out to cook for lovers of this competitive cooking show. Torode is best known as the straight-talking co-host and judge of MasterChef. Morning Live Producer Lebo Thinane sat down with the well-known author and food writer and started by asking him, what it means to still be part of MasterChef, 11 years on. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
PressTV News
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SABC Digital News
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*Battle lines are drawn as the fight for the control of the ANC is expected to intensify during the party's national executive committee meeting. The crucial weekend gathering comes at the time when there are growing calls for President Jacob Zuma to step down as head of state. *Minister for Women and Children Susan Shabangu says its time government started working with people on the ground to address their concerns. *Bidvest Wits have already won the title for the 2016/17 season! However this weekend, the focus will be at the bottom of the log to see which team will wave goodbye to the PSL this season. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Washington Free Beacon
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In shock, we did not answer. Jacobs then said he wanted the police called and went to leave. Gianforte looked at the three of us and repeatedly apologized. At that point, I told him and Scanlon, who was now present, that we needed a moment. The men then left. The Weekly Standard also seems unaware that this is a Sorosian conspiracy, highlighting the similarities to the time John McCormack was treated poorly by a Martha Coakley campaign staffer: Two, the Gianforte campaign's lies about Jacobs are even worse than Gianforte's physical attack on Jacobs. Lying about anyone is wrong, but a journalist's livelihood depends on his reputation for honest and accurate reporting. My biggest concern after the Coakley incident—which occurred a few months after another campaign called the cops on me for asking questions ( persistently but politely! ) and then lied about my behavior —was that the Coakley campaign would spin the story, and some people wouldn't believe me.
PressTV News
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TYT YouTube
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Why was this pigeon carrying a backpack full of ketamine? Ana Kasparian, Ben Mankiewicz, Mark Thompson, and Sue-Ann Robinson, the hosts of The Young Turks, have the answer. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. https://tytnetwork.com/join/ “Customs officials in Kuwait have apprehended a pigeon carrying drugs in a miniature backpack, Kuwaiti newspaper al-Rai reports. A total of 178 pills were found in the fabric pocket attached to its back, the newspaper says. The bird was caught near the customs building in Abdali, close to the border with Iraq. An al-Rai journalist said the drugs were a form of ketamine, an anaesthetic also used as an illegal party drug. Abdullah Fahmi told the BBC that customs officials already knew pigeons were being used to smuggle drugs, but this was the first time they had caught a bird in the act.” Read more here: http://www.
Associated Press
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It’s been over a year since Brie Larson won the best actress Academy Award for her work in “Room,” but that hasnt been enough time to digest what that means. (May 26) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Get updates and more Breaking News here: http://smarturl.it/APBreakingNews The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. AP’s commitment to independent, comprehensive journalism has deep roots. Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings. AP is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information. Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment.
TYT YouTube
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TYT YouTube
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Gov. Greg Abbott doesnt like reporters because his policies are indefensible. Ana Kasparian, Ben Mankiewicz, Mark Thompson, and Sue-Ann Robinson, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://www.tytnetwork.com/joinGov. Greg Abbott on Friday visited a shooting range to sign a bill into law that significantly reduces the cost to get a license to carry a handgun, making Texas one of the states with the lowest fee in the nation. “The right to bear arms is something that is synonymous with the state of Texas. We are proud to expand the right to bear arms by lowering the cost of what you have to pay in order to get a license to carry,” Abbott said. “Texansability to bear arms is going to be even bolder today than it’s ever been before.” The law, Senate Bill 16, reduces the first-time fee for a license to carry from $140 to $40 and the renewal fee from $70 to $40.
Ruptly TV
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Portraits and items owned by Russian Tsar Peter the Great were on display at the Versailles Museum at the Palace of Versailles on Friday, as part of an exhibition to commemorate the tercentenary of the Russian leader's visit to France in 1717. Russian President Vladimir Putin is said to be attending the official opening on Monday May 30. The exhibition will run till Sept 24, 2017. SOT, Gwenola Firmin, Versailles Museum curator, SOT (French): "This exhibition commemorates the 300th anniversary of Tsar Peter I's visit to France, when he visited from April 21st till the end of June 1717. So this is the occasion to talk about this Tsar and his stay in France." SOT, Gwenola Firmin, Versailles Museum curator, SOT (French): "Peter I came to France to be recognised as a great power. It is a question of being part of the concert of the great powers of the time, since he was a conquering tsar, the one who pushed the borders of his country, who opened it to different seas by his conquests.
Daily Mail - Australia
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This is the dramatic moment villagers race against time to rescue a woman trapped in a gutter. The woman became stuck in rainwater on May 24 and was helped by passersby.
Mashable
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With characteristic swagger, the Beatles warned us ahead of time it was going to be the greatest album ever made. We believed them, and they didn't disappoint. Fifty years ago today, on May 26, 1967, we began to listen to it; half an hour later, we began the endless debate over whether it had surpassed the Fab Four's previous greatest album ever made, Revolver . SEE ALSO: Happy 50th birthday to the greatest album of all time It isn't that Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band has aged well; it's that it hasn't aged at all. It's a fixed point in time, a constant in musical history. So since there's no argument about its greatness, and the Revolver v Sgt Pepper debate will never be settled, what is left to determine? Read more... More about Beatles , Albums , and Entertainment
PBS
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