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  1. Temple Mount Chaos

    Thing is, they don't need to build a temple of stone. A tent is acceptable for Jews to erect a temple with. It could be erected overnight.
  2. http://earthmysterynews.com/2017/07/11/this-quantum-theory-predicts-that-the-future-might-be-influencing-the-past/ No, seriously. One of the weirder aspects of quantum mechanics could be explained by an equally weird idea – that causation can run backwards in time as well as forwards. What Einstein called “spooky” action at a distance could theoretically be evidence of retrocausality, which is the particle equivalent of you getting a stomach ache today thanks to tomorrow’s bad lunch. A pair of physicists from the US and Canada took a closer look at some basic assumptions in quantum theory and decided unless we discovered time necessarily ran one way, measurements made to a particle could echo back in time as well as forward. We all know quantum mechanics is weird. And part of that weirdness comes down to the fact that at a fundamental level, particles don’t act like solid billiard balls rolling down a table, but rather like a blurry cloud of possibilities shifting around the room. This blurry cloud comes into sharp focus when we try to measure particles, meaning we can only ever see a white ball hitting a black one into the corner pocket, and never countless white balls hitting black balls into every pocket. There is an argument among physicists over whether that cloud of maybes represents something real, or if it’s just a convenient representation. A physicist by the name of Huw Price claimed back in 2012 that if the strange probabilities behind quantum states reflect something real, and if nothing restricts time to one direction, the black ball in that cloud of maybes could theoretically roll out of the pocket and knock the white ball. (Cut)
  3. Important Info on Crispr Patents (LOTS OF THEM!)

    Maybe a little late? They're already encoding movies into DNA. http://earthmysterynews.com/2017/07/13/researchers-used-crispr-to-encode-a-movie-into-dna/ This week scientists announced something kind of weird: Using the gene editing technique CRISPR, they encoded a series of images and a GIF into the DNA of E. Coli. Scientists have actually been encoding images and basic pieces of information into bacteria for years. But encoding a movie represents a big storage upgrade. In the future, the researchers say, this will help enable them to employ bacteria as tiny video cameras, capturing information in places humans can’t get to. “What we want this system to be used for, eventually, is not to encode information that we already have, but for a way for cells to go out and gather information that we don’t have access to,” says Seth Shipman, a neuroscientist at Harvard University and lead author of the study. “If we could have them collect data and then store that data in their genomes, then we might have access to completely new types of information.” (Cut)
  4. These lawsuits are no big deal. The amount of suits against Obama set a record. Dems being what they are, I expect that record to be broken. http://dailycaller.com/2016/01/06/record-number-of-foia-lawsuits-filed-against-obama/ People in general treat the constitution like a buffet, taking what they like, leaving the rest. Politicians don't follow any of it.
  5. Tells you all you need to know about muslims.
  6. And the Saudis helped with 9/11....would someone help me out by pointing to the "good" muslims please?
  7. One simple question...

    Musical lyrics went from warnings about greed and the dark side of capitalism: To this:
  8. Robot Cops Start Patroling.....In Dubai

    One-stop chopping?
  9. http://earthmysterynews.com/2017/06/09/robot-police-will-start-patrolling-in-dubai/ Dubai wants 25% of its police force to be robotic by 2030 While you might have heard about robots taking on law enforcement roles before it’s unlikely you’ve seen anything like this. Dubai Police have unveiled its very first robot officer, and it’s already being sent out on patrol. The public will be able to use the robot to report crimes, get local information and even pay fines all through a touchscreen that’s built into its chest. It’s important to note, these robots won’t be replacing human beings, instead Dubai Police see them as an extra tool that can be utilised in public spaces and tourist hotspots. As such its first assignment will including patrolling the enormous Dubai Mall. Joan Cros Garcia – Corbis via Getty Images The robot in question is a modified Reem built by Pal Robotics. Designated a ‘humanoid service robot’ the Reem is capable of speaking in Arabic and English, although its creators say it can speak in up to nine languages. The wheeled robot weighs around 100kg and stands at about 5ft 6inches in height. It can be controlled remotely via an Android tablet but Reem is also completely autonomous, able to navigate environments of its own accord. It has an 8 hour battery life and can perform a variety of actions including shaking people’s hands, making jokes and recognising faces. While Reem won’t be chasing down criminals anytime soon, this is certainly a considerable step towards law enforcement utilising robots as part of its everyday workforce.
  10. One simple question...

    The 80s hastened the downhill slide. Greed, avarice and excess were marketed to be virtues. Michael Milken, Ivan Boesky, Leona Helmsly, Dennis Levine, Martin Siegel, etc.... It's like America admires thieves if they can steal a lot... petty thieves are to be shot on sight, but if you can steal grandma's pension, you're a hero. I remember the 80s well....
  11. Jesse Ventura to work for Russian TV

    A lot of people change careers these days. It's becoming the norm.
  12. http://earthmysterynews.com/2017/06/09/one-of-the-best-ufo-documentaries-of-all-time-enhanced-narrated-by-rod-serling-twilight-zone/ This is unquestionably the best copy of the film you can find. It is the original VHS to DVD version - then remastered video to improve quality and poor compression issues Extremely thorough and produced back when people with a serious scientific background were not so easily swayed by a media proclaiming that the entire scene is absurd. Back when there was much less of a backlash upon someone’s character, were they to discuss or research such anomalies. Hosted by legends Rod Serling and Burgess Meredith! This documentary has multiple interesting segments regarding UFO and Alien activity, including abduction tales from decades ago. (many think the abduction/missing time cases are a relatively new thing – they definitely are not) This documentary also includes segments about crop circles and cattle mutilation – a truly wonderful UFO documentary. I hesitate to use the word “classy” when talking about a documentary. However, I read a recent comment about this video that uses the term, and i think that’s well put. Compared the the majority of UFO documentaries out there – this comes across with some real class/integrity. (Cut)
  13. This probably needs it's own thread
  14. Fake News. Saudis are our friends. We sold them weapons and everything.
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