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Nature In 1992, a group of archaeologists found something extraordinary buried below a sound berm next to the San Diego freeway in Southern California. They had been called in during a freeway renovation to do some excavation because the fossil-laced earth of the California coast often yields scientific treasures. After digging about three meters below the construction area, Center for American Paleolithic Research archaeologist Steve Holen was deep into a pristine layer of soil that hadn't been disturbed for millennia. There, he found what appeared to be an abandoned campsite, where humans had left stone tools and hammered mastodon bones behind. This wasn't too unusual; it's fairly well-established that humans were hunting mastodons in the Americas as early as 15,000 years ago. But when Holen's colleagues used several techniques to discover the age of the bones, the numbers sounded crazy.
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A firefighter from Korea used an unusual tactic to save a woman's life as she sits on the edge of a balcony. He swings down from the flat above and kicks her in the chest so she falls inside.
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The Star notes that “this is itself highly unusual.”) Here are some of the interview’s most bizarre moments: Shunning reality, Trump said he’s “mostly there” on fulfilling the promises of his first 100 days. With the 100-day mark looming on April 29, the president has fallen short on every one of the legislative goals he set last year in his “100-day action plan.” Most notably, the Republican health care bill that Trump campaigned extensively for went down in flames. He has also failed to secure funding for the wall he’s hoping to build along the U.S.-Mexico border.”* Read more here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-ap-interview_us_58fdb6fae4b06b9cb917f7ca Hosts: Cenk UygurCast: Cenk Uygur *** The Largest Online News Show in the World. Hosted by Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian. LIVE STREAMING weekdays 6-8pm ET. http://www.tytnetwork.
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Collective Evolution
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Again, a growing number of studies have clearly demonstrated aluminum adjuvants in vaccines could be a factor in the development of serious autoimmune outcomes in humans. ( source )( source )( source )( source ) Moreover, we know, from the work of Richard Flarend , that aluminum is commonly absorbed into the body — into areas it shouldnt be — and has been found in various urine samples from multiple studies examining this topic… and that’s not just for aluminum in vaccines. “We increasingly have this compound that was not part of any biochemical process on Earth, that can now only go and do havoc, which is exactly what it does. It causes all kinds of unusual biochemical reactions.” – Dr. Chris Shaw, a neuroscientist and professor at the University of British Columbia Here is a great video by Dr. Christopher Exley , Professor of Bioinorganic Chemistry at Keele University and Honorary Professor at UHI Millennium Institute.
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France will see the far-right, xenophobic Front National candidate Marine Le Pen face off against Emmanuel Macron, an investment banker who hasn't held public office, in a runoff vote on May 7, as the first round of an unusual presidential election concluded with Sunday's vote. Students immediately took to the streets in protest against Le Pen's success in the first round, the Associated Press reported Sunday. Macron received about 24 percent of the vote, while Le Pen received about 22 percent, according to the French government's initial vote estimates as reported by the Guardian . A montage of French national newspaper front pages reporting on the winners of the first round of the French presidential election, centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron and far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, are displayed in Paris, France, Monday, April 24, 2017. (AP/Laurent Rebours) It is worth underlining that this is the first time in modern French history that neither of the mainstream center-right or center-left parties of government that have governed France since the second world war have qualified for the second round of a presidential election, observes the Guardian.
Collective Evolution
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Members of the Society For Planetary SETI Research (SPSR) have recently published a paper in the Journal of Space Exploration about certain features on the far side of the moon that appear in the crater Paracelsus C. Titled Image Analysis of Unusual Structures on the Far Side of the Moon in the Crater Paracelsus C, it argues that these features might be artificial in origin, meaning someone other than a human being built them and put them there. Contrary to popular belief, reports of artificial structures on the moon are both common and persistent. Among the first were from George Leonard's 1976 book, Somebody Else is on the Moon, and Fred Steckling's 1981 book, We Discovered Alien Bases on The Moon. There are many more, and from many credible sources, which we will get to later in the article. During the early years of SETI, in 1963, even Carl Sagan spoke about the possibility of extraterrestrial visitation: It is not out of the question that artifacts of these visits still exist, or even that some kind of base is maintained (possibly automatically) within the solar system to provide continuity for successive expeditions.
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The man charged over the attack on Borussia Dortmund football team's bus is suspected of being a market trader. It was originally though the explosion may have had links to an armed group but, in an unusual twist, prosecutors say the 28-year-old was motivated by money. Al Jazeera’s Paul Brennan reports from Dortmund. - 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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Software can be written in a C-like language anc compiled using the compiler in his GitHub repository , and he has produced a YouTube video of the machine in operation. This project is well worth reading through in-depth, for its introduction to this slightly unusual architecture. We have brought you numerous 74 TTL logic CPUs over the years, but surprisingly this one is not the first single-instruction design . Filed under: computer hacks
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Russian hairdresser Daniil Istomin offers risky haircuts by chopping clients' hair with an axe, as demonstrated in Novosibirsk on Friday. According to Istomin, the idea came to him as he was trying "to come up with something interesting with my profession, come up with some tricks," adding that "It all started with a banal 'let's try being blindfolded', then 'try with two hands'. Eventually it came to the axe." Speaking about the unusual way of doing his work, the hairstylist contended that it was "easier to give a haircut with an axe then with scissors." The unusual barber explained his approach: "I just took some basics of geometry, combined it with my profession and shifted the angles into slightly different variations." Istomin became popular after a video of him cutting the hair of a 19-year-old woman at an entertainment show in a restaurant was shown by the American television program 'Right This Minute.
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Here he demonstrates: Wood Turned Plum Bowl An experiment three years in the making, Frank Howarth has a lot of problem-solving to do on his way to turning a rather unusual-looking object:
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Eight of South Urals' strongest men participated in a strongmen tournament in Chelyabinsk on Friday. Dmitri Stroganov finished as the competition's overall winner after being more successful than his opponents in the yoke-pushing category and lifting a car of 1,300 kilogrammes (2,866 pounds) category. Stroganov said that the yoke-pushing was the most difficult contest of the lot. SOT, Dmitri Stroganov, Winner of the car lifting contest (Russian): "Today there was a yoke, it's not comfortable and unusual, all the athletes had to adapt to it, since it's hard to cope with it from the first time. Nobody knows the technique, so we've done it as we could. So, some quite strong guys turned out to be in the last places." SOT, Dmitri Stroganov, Winner of the car lifting contest (Russian): "Actually, for me it was a bit easier since I’m smaller and my amplitude is smaller than that of tall athlete’s.
Collective Evolution
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What basically seems to have happenedaluminium was not bioavailable, traditionally, in the world’s biota until the Industrial Revolution, and so, it just had no place in any biochemical reaction that was normal. And where it does occur, now, because we are increasingly surrounded by it, we live in what’s called the Age of Aluminium. . . . It shows up in so many products. Again, it’s great stuff to make airplanes and computers out of, but it shows up in our food, it shows up in our water, it shows up in our air, it shows up in our medicines, including vaccines, it shows up in our antacids, and various things we take into our bodies. So we increasingly have this compound that is not part of any normal biochemical process, on Earth, for anything, that now can only go in and do havoc, which is exactly what it does. It causes all kinds of unusual biochemical reactions in the body, including in the brain.
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In a statement, NASA scientists said: “Secondary craters form from rocks ejected at high speed from the primary crater, which then impact the ground at sufficiently high speed to make huge numbers of much smaller craters over a large region. In this scene, however, the secondary crater ejecta has an unusual raised-relief appearance like bas-relief sculpture.” NASA has admitted it does not have a conclusive answer to this enigma. “One idea is that the region was covered with a layer of fine-grained materials like dust or pyroclastics about 1 to 2 meters thick when the Zunil impact occurred (about a million years ago), and the ejecta served to harden or otherwise protect the fine-grained layer from later erosion by the wind,” wrote NASA. In addition to the above image from Mars, other areas on the surface of the red planet show equally puzzlingstructures’.
The Event Chronicle
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Y., a Ranger and was decorated for his service. There are no plans to call him back to active duty to face the charges. There is no statute of limitations on rape, Christensen said. The Army's announcement referred to six specifications of rape of a minor on multiple occasions. That could mean the alleged assaults involved different victims, locations, times or a combination of those factors. “This is a highly unusual case, Christensen said. But you never really lose jurisdiction over somebody who retires. This article ( Army charges retired general with rape against a minor in the 1980s ) was originally published on USAToday and syndicated by The Event Chronicle .
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Consumers of energy use the difference in the potential between the plus and the minus (direct current) and zero and the phase (alternate current). All heat and thermal motors accomplish useful work due to the higher temperature and pressure. Mills and power plants use different levels of waterHowever, difference in the potential of two-stage oscillator, “unusual machine” has not been considered so far. Figure 2. Difference of the potential during oscillation of the physical pendulum 1weightless state in the upper position 2culmination of force during the fall in the lower position Since there is a difference in potential (Figure 2.) between the weightless state (1) and culmination of force (2) during oscillation of the pendulum, the same is true for centrifugal force, which is zero in upper position, and culminates in the lower position at maximum speed.
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In her book, Legacy from the Stars , Dolores Cannon explored the vastness of our individual beings through a series of past life regressions using her QHHT method of hypnosis where memories of different lives as both humans and extraterrestrials are described. This book demonstrates that we are infinite, ageless spirits that have been around forever and will continue to be. We all lived many lives in unusual environments before deciding to journey to Earth to learn the lessons it has to offer. A central theme of focus is the vital importance of raising our vibrations to the highest level possible so as to be able to energetically acclimate to the New Earth. Legacy from the Stars by Dolores Cannon Legacy from the Stars by Dolores Cannon We are children of the stars. This is our legacy and our heritage. In the history of the cosmos Earth is a young planet.