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The 21-year-old who is the granddaughter of the Queen first cousin filmed the campaign in El Rocio, Andalucia, changing from a silver crop top to a traditional floral flamenco dress.
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For the last month, Waymo has been testing out a small fleet of self-driving vehicles with a handful of participating residents in Phoenix, Arizona, and this week the company has noted the success of that test by opening up applications to join its autonomous car program to all Phoenix citizens. Dubbed the "early rider program" and stocked by 600 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans , Waymo said it will be accepting "hundreds of people with diverse backgrounds and transportation needs" into the program. The Waymo trial is extensive, offering those participating full-time, on-demand access to one of the self-driving minivans, which can drive the participants anywhere within the targeted area, equivalent to "about twice the size of San Francisco." Waymo said that its intention in the test is to really delve into the reasons why people would prefer using an autonomous vehicle over a traditional car.
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Here's a bit about Sal's story and how he found his teacher: My journey with the indigenous traditions of the Lakota began almost 30 years ago. As a young teenager, I began a mentoring journey with a traditional healing family of the Oglala Sioux Tribe from Pine Ridge South Dakota. A few months before my mentoring began, at the age of 15 years old, I wakened to the reality of modern man’s disconnection from nature and the Earth. I was touched by the ancestors who brought a visionary message. They communicated to me the future of humanity and that the Earth would reject modern man’s unsustainable lifestyle. I saw the devastation we would bring upon ourselves. I felt the pain and suffering of the children and of nature in this possible future reality. In that moment, I made a commitment to do whatever I could to change this potential fate. With all my heart, I begged for guidance and for a teacher to show me the way.
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By Covert Geopolitics Pakistan and India are two nuclear countries locked in decades of Western induced political intrigue. That may become history soon as the two traditional enemies begin rubbing their elbows with the rest of the members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). The China-led Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) is one of those organizations which are implementing the humongous “One Belt, One Roadproject, which aims to revive the ancient Silk Road that facilitated the peaceful exchange of goods and culture across Eurasia, between 120 BCE1450s CE. BRICS is consist of countries, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Considering that the “B” in BRICS has been compromised by a Wall Street coup a year ago [ here ], the group can only extend its membership through the SCO, and for the group to provide a mechanism for India and Pakistan to talk about how they can cooperate from the standpoint of mutual benefit is a welcome development indeed.
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For instance, a typical wind turbine involves a pinwheel shape, but a new design from Tyer Wind has now implemented hummingbird winds. The new turbine’s design uses wings as opposed to traditional rotating blades to turn energy from wind into green electricity thanks to 3-D Aouinian Kinematics. A Leaf-Inspired Bridge A little leaf may not seem like the symbol of strength, but if you take into consideration how many leaves stand their ground whilst being whipped around by weather’s windy, rainy, and otherwise intense conditions, it begins to make a little more sense that a bridge would take them into consideration. Wanda Lewis of University of Warwick’s School of Engineering used the process of form-finding to create a bridge design that requires little to no maintenance or repairs. For 25 years, she has been studying how forms of nature, like a leaf on a tree, are able to withstand modern stressors like traffic and extreme weather conditions.
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Meet the man who wants to revolutionise your working life. Nick Parker, a former Devon and Cornwall chief inspector and Fellow of The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, says replacing clunky traditional hierarchies with workers that manage themselves will lead to a healthier workplace that produce more - and save money. Nick has a history of turning around the fortunes of large public sector organisations. He has been a management consultant for the Home...
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Painting by Émile Signol (18041892) of the capture of Jerusalem by the Crusaders on 15 July 1099 1. The Holy Sepulchre 2. The Dome of the Rock 3. Ramparts (Public Domain) A diagram of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre showing the traditional site of Calvary and the Tomb of Jesus. (CC BY-SA 3.0) From the time of the Crusades up until the 19th century, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre had three custodians – the Greek Orthodox, the Armenian Apostolic, and the Roman Catholic Churches. During the 19th century, this custodianship was extended to three more churches, namely the Coptic Orthodox, the Ethiopian Orthodox, and the Syrian Orthodox Churches. Nevertheless, these three churches have lesser responsibilities as compared to the three original custodians. Whilst these custodians generally co-exist peacefully with each other, it may be pointed out that conflicts, sometimes leading to violent confrontations, have broken out occasionally in modern times between them.
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By Ulonda Faye How often have we truly wanted to forgive a situation, a person, or even ourselves only to keep reliving whatever occurred in the depths of our soul? How does healing truly happen, and how can we let it unfold in a natural process that involves love for self and others? One traditional method from Hawaii is called Hooponopono. On November 14, 2016, I expressed my deep feelings about Hooponopono through an article I wrote for The Mind Unleashed titled, Hooponopono: Healing for Ourselves & Our World . During the Presidential election in the United States, I felt there was a deep need for healing, all around. As we know from many spiritual traditions, all experiences that take place are reflected: as within, so without. I believe deeply, what occurs in the world to be a reflection of something in each and every one of us, which is also the basis of Hooponopono.
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Voters in France have rejected the traditional parties of the right and left in the first stage of the race for the presidency. Emmanuel Macron, a former minister and independent centrist candidate, will face off against Marine Le Pen, president of the far-right National Front, in the final round on May 7. Al Jazeera's Paul Brennan reports from Paris. - 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/
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This one is both wild enough to be confused as a conspiracy theory and common sense enough to be the big solution staring us in the face which nobody realized. Until now. Oak Ridge National Laboratory and General Electric (GE), working on a grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE), have been playing around with new clothes dryer technology since 2014 and have come with something new and exciting. Clothes dryers that use ultrasonic traducers to remove moisture from garments instead of using heat. If you've ever seen a cool mist humidifier you'll know how this works. A piezo element generates ultrasonic waves that atomize water and humidify the air. This is exactly the same except the water is stored in clothing, rather than a reservoir. Once it's atomized it can be removed with traditional air movement. This is a totally obvious application of the simple and inexpensive technology when the garment is laying flat on a bed of transducers.
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Jeremy Corbyn has come out fighting on Day Three of the pre-election campaign, with a fiercely anti-Establishment speech, promising to put power and wealth back into the hands of the people. He told a roomful of enthusiastic supporters that Labour would overturn the “rigged system”, which he said was set up to favour the “ruling elite”. Many Labour MPs who are seeking to defend their seats in the forthcoming election are famously less than enthusiastic about Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership. But some of them – particularly in traditional Labour strongholds in the north of England – have a second problem: they campaigned in favour of Britain remaining in the EU, while the majority of their constituents voted to leave.
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When it comes to tuning your BMW 2 Series, you can’t go any more hardcore than what the guys from AC Schnitzer are proposing with their ACL2 model . Their heavily tuned BMW M240i is a proper beast, no matter how you look at it. Developed initially as a sort of exercise to see just how fast the F22 chassis can go, the small Coupe can apparently not just look pretty but also go pretty fast. The German tuner wanted to showcase how fast the ACL2 really is and to do that, they invited a few for a test drive and a power lap around the company’s traditional testing ground, the Sachsenring track. The outcome left everyone baffled. The AC Schnitzer ACL2 not only managed to post a decent lap time but it somehow ended up being faster on it than a proper supercar such as the Lamborghini Aventador SV or SuperVeloce as its full name would go. That’s a super-rare 750 HP special edition of the Italian variety, a car that has a price tag known to cause shivers and all sorts of weird reactions.