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Leftist rioters coming for you

11 "Modern Antiques" Kids Today Have Never Seen

Tucker Carlson: This Is How Nations Collapse (a long but worthy read)

The Truth About Police Violence and Race

NBA announcer Grant Napear fired over ‘All Lives Matter’ comment


'He Did Not Pray': Fallout Grows From Trump's Photo-Op At St. John's Church

The Bible according to Pelosi

Israeli scientists dig up cannabis traces in ancient temple

The Epitome of Rioting Irony and Ignorance in One Tweet

George Floyd Endgame: Martial Law and a Police State

(Martial Law) “Light Em Up!” Minneapolis PD and National Guard Do A Street Sweep During Curfew

Salt Lake City cops shove down an elderly man with a cane for moving too slowly

They call him Martin Looter Kang (Looters loot from other looters to get more loot)

White People, Portland Cops Take a Knee to Ask Forgiveness For “Racism”

The Virtue of the Fear Mask

Trump deploys US military to restore order in Washington, DC & says he'll do the same EVERYWHERE if local govts fail

Is It One Gigantic Psy-Op? George Floyd’s Coroner Was Also Jeffrey Epstein’s

It Don’t Make Any Damn Sense (Must Watch)

Minneapolis Rioters Attack Tanker Truck, Rip Driver Out and Beat Him, Driver arrested

New York woman attacked outside business in disturbing video as looting, rioting grip Rochester, report says

Minneapolis Police will fine, cite looters

The Pandemic Is the Right Time to Defund the Police

Teen rushed to hospital with hammer stuck in head after random attack

The Incredible Story of the US Army's Earth-Shaking, Off-Road Land Trains


Fear and Uncertainty: The Modern-Day Cult of Corona.

Watch SpaceX Falcon 9 and Dragon rocket launch

China reveals plan for ‘Heavenly Palace’ space station to rival ISS

‘Rich Mitch’ Gets Scorched In GOP Ad

THE ENEMY WITHIN: Ilhan Omar’s CUNT of a Daughter Retweets List Of “Supplies” Needed For Minneapolis Riot

According to Attorney the DNI Allegedly Has Call Records Between Seth Rich and WikiLeaks – It’s Now Presumed Brennan’s CIA Was More Involved Than We Thought

Power Freaks Losing Control As Public Laughs At Coronavirus Lockdowns

A Women Gets Her Contact Tracer Certificates and Tells All

Why You Might Rent Yourself A Mustang This Weekend

Minneapolis Riots Are a Reminder that Police Don't Protect You or Your Property

Arkansas Can't Secure Financial Assistance Site So Governor Asa Hutchinson Decides To Call The Person Discovering The Breach A Criminal

NBC Bans Reporters From Using The Word ‘Riot’ In Coverage Of Minnesota Riots

Police Investigate 7-Year-Old’s Toy Gun After Zoom Call

Rioters ATTACK CNN headquarters in Atlanta – burn police car as unrest continues

Minneapolis is Burning – Soros Paid Antifa Gangs Involved

Elon Musk Baby Mama "Grimes" will legally sell her soul as part of a virtual art exhibit titled 'Selling Out'

ATF Warns Police of The “Boogaloo Movement”

Tourist Town Desperate to Reopen Faces Another Battle—White Nationalists in the Castle

Here is the Twitter faggot Yoel Roth censoring the President.

Smackdown! Homeschool 'Park Patriots' Vs. Brazoria County Park Closures

Suspicious Man Breaks Window & Starts Minneapolis Riots

98.1% Of ‘COVID-19 Deaths’ In Massachusetts Had An Underlying Health Condition

Flashback: Biden Calls for Communist Chinese Influence in “All Levels of Government, Classrooms… and Boardrooms”

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Another ‘settled science’ topic is not so settled after all – Big Bang theory questioned [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2015-02-11 08:10:44 by A K A Stone
We’ve all heard of the claim of “settled science” when it comes to global warming/climate change, and we’ve all heard of the “Big Bang Theory”, and I’m not just talking about the popular TV show. The scientific theory goes all the way back to 1927. This is an artist’s concept of the metric expansion of space, where space (including hypothetical non-observable portions of the universe) is represented at each time by the circular sections. Note on the left the dramatic expansion (not to scale) occurring in the inflationary epoch, and at the center the expansion acceleration. The scheme is decorated with WMAP images on the left and with the ...

VANITY: Favorite apps or games on phone
Post Date: 2015-02-09 19:53:01 by Dead Culture Watch
I must admit, the Super Bowl commercial for Clash of Clans, I paid for some of that. Recently installed Waze, is only usable if a passenger in a vehicle. Of course, IMDB is a must. Any others I should check out?

Can the past be changed by the FUTURE? Bizarre quantum experiment suggests time can run backwards
Post Date: 2015-02-09 19:31:34 by cranky
Scientists probed the quantum mechanical properties of single particlesThe particles don't have a fixed state until they are observed by scientistStudy found knowing future outcome of particle also changes initial state They believe particles change their state due to scientist's knowledgeThis suggests that time could runs both backwards and forwardsIf this proves true, it could mean that we're doing now has been influenced by the decision made by a future version of us, the study claims Your past influences your present which changes your future.But if time were like space, shouldn't the future also influence the past and the present?A remarkable new study suggests that it ...

The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever
Post Date: 2015-02-08 11:54:58 by cranky
When future generations look back on the global-warming scare of the past 30 years, nothing will shock them more than the extent to which the official temperature records – on which the entire panic ultimately rested – were systematically “adjusted” to show the Earth as having warmed much more than the actual data justified. Two weeks ago, under the headline “How we are being tricked by flawed data on global warming”, I wrote about Paul Homewood, who, on his Notalotofpeopleknowthat blog, had checked the published temperature graphs for three weather stations in Paraguay against the temperatures that had originally been recorded. In each instance, the ...

Eternal life could be achieved by procedure to lengthen chromosomes
Post Date: 2015-02-04 08:32:22 by cranky
The key to eternal life could be a procedure to lengthen chromosomes. The procedure would allow scientists to lengthen telomeres, the protective caps that are on the end of chromosomes and shorten with age. The telomeres protect chromosomes from getting damage as cells divide and grow. But as they do, they slowly become shorter and eventually are unable to protect the chromosomes. When that happens, they are liable to deteriorate — thought to be a key part of the ageing process. The new process allows scientists to lengthen the telomeres, effectively turning back the biological clock and making the chromosomes — and the people that are made out of them — younger. When ...

Low gas prices, incentives change math for electric cars
Post Date: 2015-01-31 15:55:12 by Otter
Low gas prices, incentives change math for electric cars DETROIT - Drivers trying to calculate whether it's practical to own an electric car are facing a new math. U.S. gas prices have fallen more than $1 per gallon over the last 12 months, to a national average of $2.06, according to AAA. That makes electric cars -- with their higher prices tags -- a tougher sell. "Fuel savings are not top of mind to many consumers right now," says John Krafcik, president of the car shopping site TrueCar.com. Automakers have responded by slashing thousands of dollars off the sticker price of electrics. Incentives averaged $4,159 per electric car last year, up 68 percent from 2013, ...

{Mine} Is solar power really economical? [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2015-01-30 17:24:02 by SOSO
Air National Guard couple set to deploy Larimer County’s Senior Tax Work-Off applications accepted starting Feb. 2 PVREA’s second community solar farm goes live By NFN On January 29, 2015 In Dispatches · Add Comment Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association initiated into production on Jan. 29 the cooperative’s second community solar farm. The 632 kW Community Solar Farm II, located north of Fort Collins, is generating power for members of PVREA who have purchased panels to offset their electric use. In a partnership with Clean Energy Collective, this project makes two community solar farms for PVREA. “We recognized the demand for another renewable energy ...

How to reduce the amount of air in a football without letting any air out
Post Date: 2015-01-29 05:54:32 by Deckard
Just fill the ball with warm humid indoor air, then when it temperature-equalizes with the 25°F cooler outdoor air on your AFC Championship playing field some of the water vapor in the ball will condense into water, leaving less air in the ball, solving the great mystery: how did the footballs used by the Championship winning New England Patriots show 12.5 psi of inflation pressure in the official pre-game check but only 10.5 psi when checked at halftime? There is also a decrease in pressure due to the cooling of the molecules that remain gaseous. Those air molecules are not zipping around as fast as they were so they exert less outward pressure on the ball. But according to the ...

Windows 10: What You Missed at the Microsoft Event
Post Date: 2015-01-22 03:08:13 by Gatlin
Microsoft wasn't kidding when it billed its Windows 10 event today as the "next chapter" for the software company. From hardware to holograms, the company packed a slew of announcements into a feature-packed presentation that lasted around 2 hours and 15 minutes. Here's a cheat sheet to Windows 10 and everything else that was announced today at Microsoft's Redmond, Washington, headquarters. How Skype Will Let You Talk With (Almost) Anyone in the WorldWhat to Expect From Windows 10Windows 10 Let's get right down to it. Windows 10, the operating system update that is so radical it prompted Microsoft to skip straight from Windows 8, will be coming to users ...

Mysterious cosmic radiowaves captured live for first time...
Post Date: 2015-01-20 05:40:15 by out damned spot
A gigantic but fleeting burst of radio waves has been caught in the act for the first time, helping to narrow down the vast array of things that might cause them. Figuring out what these fast radio bursts – sometimes called blitzars – are or where they come from could help answer some of the biggest cosmological questions. Blitzars last about a millisecond but give off as much energy as the sun does in a million years, all seemingly in a tight band of radio-frequency waves. Their source is a mystery, but whatever causes them must be huge, cataclysmic and up to 5.5 billion light years away, says Emily Petroff of Swinburne University in Melbourne, Australia. A top contender is ...

....Cannabis does not cure cancer
Post Date: 2015-01-16 15:49:59 by Gatlin
Conclusions There’s a lot of interesting research about the role of cannabinoid receptors in cancer and whether targeting them with cannabinoid agonists from marijuana or other natural sources, synthetic agonists, or endocannibinoids will be a useful tool to add to the armamentarium of anticancer therapies. From what we know now, it is quite clear that cannabis does not cure cancer, at least not by itself and certainly not ingested or smoked as marijuana or ingested or applied topically as hemp oil. Even in purified form, naturally- derived or synthetic cannabinoid agonists show relatively modest antitumor activity in preclinical models, which means that they will have to be combined ...

Scientific Study Reveals Conspiracy Theorists The Most Sane Of All
Post Date: 2015-01-16 09:51:59 by Deckard
If you’re a conspiracy theorist, then you’re crazy, right? That’s been the common belief for years, but recent studies prove that just the opposite is true. Researchers — psychologists and social scientists, mostly — in the U.S. and United Kingdom say data indicate that, contrary to those mainstream media stereotypes, “conspiracy theorists” appear to be more sane than people who accept official versions of controversial and contested events. The most recent study was published in July 2013 by psychologists Michael J. Wood and Karen M. Douglas of the University of Kent in the UK. Entitled “‘What about Building 7?’ A Social Psychological ...

Bakersfield Rednecks Make 10 Gallon Margarita Mixing Machine Using Garbage Disposal
Post Date: 2015-01-14 00:02:53 by Hondo68
There’s the typical way to make a margarita using a shaker. And then there’s this: the redneck way of making a boatload of margarita using a garbage disposal unit. That last sentence pretty much sums up the video above. It’s one of those things you just have to see for yourself to believe. Check it out.

Facebook Atlas: Giving Advertisers Invasive Maps of Your Life
Post Date: 2015-01-12 06:41:39 by Tooconservative
Facebook has quietly introduced a new service for advertisers called “Facebook Atlas,” and we’re giving it a “thumbs down” because it’s not good for your privacy. Like an atlas, it offers a collection of maps, but these maps show the whereabouts and activities of Internet users — whether Facebook subscribers or not. These detailed maps are chock full of tidbits about the online and offline lives of consumers — and your life is most likely in this collection, whether you like it or not. Facebook refers to Atlas as “People-based marketing,” which might lead you to think we, the people, are in charge of its mapping process. But we’re not. ...

Post Date: 2014-11-28 19:23:14 by out damned spot
Airplanes of the future will have to carry lighter loads more often thanks to global warming, according to two scientists at Columbia University, New York. They reached their conclusion by creating models which predicted that by 2060 there will be more warm days but no commensurate technological advances in the aviation industry. The two scientists, Coffel and Horton, looked at a phenomenon known amongst pilots as ‘density altitude’, which affects a plane’s ability to take off. Essentially, on hotter days the air is less dense, making it harder to get a plane airborne. It is a particular problem at airports with short runways, as the planes will take longer to lift off. ...

A Novel Theory of Global Warning On Venus
Post Date: 2014-11-27 09:50:45 by A K A Stone
Everyone knows that the ridiculous temperature on Venus (467 Centigrade at the surface) is a direct result of runaway global warning. With a CO2 content of over 96%, it is a cautionary tale of what could happen on Earth if we keep pumping CO2 into our atmosphere by way of carbon belching electric plants and smoke yielding transportation pods (car, bus, train and plane.) Why we all know that we face a Venusian future if we don’t stop our anthropogenic carbon profligacy. BUT WAIT … Is there another explanation for why Venus is hot … an explanation that claims to completely debunk the CO2 based theory of global warning. Why yes NAAoids everywhere … there is. While ...

Orbital Sciences' Antares rocket explodes seconds after liftoff
Post Date: 2014-10-28 19:51:11 by Hondo68
The spacecraft was carrying 1360 pounds (617 kg) of food for the astronauts on the International Space Shuttle About six seconds after liftoff at 6:22 p.m. Eastern, the Antares rocket exploded in mid-air. Fortunately, no people were aboard and no one was injured. The rocket is designed by Orbital Sciences Corporation, under a contract with NASA. It's a two-stage launch vehicle that can shepherd up to 6,120kg or about 13,500 pounds, to the International Space Station. The first launch took places from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia in April 21, 2013. No personnel were in the area, and there appear only to be damages to today's launch site at Wallops and ...

Vampires of the Animal Kingdom
Post Date: 2014-10-24 19:59:41 by A K A Stone
Long before the 1819 publication of The Vampyre by John Polidori, and before Bram Stoker popularized vampires with the novel Dracula in 1897, humans have been spinning tales of creatures which drink blood. Some tales were of mythological beings, some were perhaps based on real people who engaged in cannibalism and blood drinking, and many are based on real animals or embellishments of real animals. Mythological creatures such as Pishachas, ghouls, Estries, kappas, and striges are just a few examples out of many hundreds. Even as recently as 1995, new blood-drinking creatures have been reported and entered the pages of cryptozoology, such as the Chupacabra. Real-life creatures such as ...

Where Did Ebola Come From?
Post Date: 2014-10-23 20:54:03 by A K A Stone
Several months ago, friends of mine were planning a trip to Liberia. They were just about to head over when they got the news that there was an Ebola outbreak. At the time, they contacted me to find out just how safe or unsafe it was in Liberia. They knew more about what to expect on the trip to Liberia, but they were unsure of what to expect in terms of Ebola infecting as many people as it had. At the time, the death toll was in the hundreds (recent estimates suggest that the death toll is over 4,000).1 I began trying to help them understand a few things about Ebola so they could make an informed decision. Since that time, I have noticed a number of websites have arisen with misinformation ...

Astronomy Picture of the Day Earth at Equinox
Post Date: 2014-09-28 00:42:07 by A K A Stone
Explanation: Earth is at equinox. Over the next 24 hours, day and night have nearly equal duration all over planet Earth. Technically, equinox transpires at 2:29 am Universal Time tomorrow, but this occurs today in North and South America. This September equinox signal that winter is approaching in the northern hemisphere, and summer is approaching in the south. At equinox, the dividing line between the sunlit half of Earth and the nighttime half of Earth temporarily passes through Earth's north and south spin poles. This dividing line is shown in clear detail in the featured video, taken by the Russian meteorological satellite Elektro-L during last year's September equinox. The ...

Samsung SGR-A1 Robot Sentry Shoots Targets from 2 miles away
Post Date: 2014-09-16 00:46:37 by A K A Stone
Samsung SGR-A1 Robot Sentry Shoots Targets from 2 miles away September 15, 2014 by Jack Blood   Filed under Sci-Tech Leave a Comment And how will SGR-A1 know if you are friendly or not? It will read your microchip. (Expect this announcement after several “friendly fire incidents)  Uber Gizmo A Samsung Group subsidiary has worked on a robot sentry that they call the SGR-A1, and this particular robot will carry a fair amount of weapons that ought to make you think twice about crossing the borders of South Korea illegally – as it has been tested out at the demilitarized zone along the border over with its neighbor, North Korea. The SGR-A1 will be able to ...

World’s first 3D-printed car unveiled in Chicago
Post Date: 2014-09-14 22:00:58 by A K A Stone
(WGN)– In a matter of two days, history was made at Chicago’s McCormick Place, as the world’s first 3D printed electric car—named Strati, Italian for “layers”– took its first test drive. “Less than 50 parts are in this car,” said Jay Rogers from Local Motors. Roger’s company is part of the team that developed the engineering process to manufacture an entire car with carbon fiber plastic and print it with a large 3D printer set up at McCormick Place by Cincinnati Incorporated. Oakridge National Laboratory also collaborated on the concept that could bring custom printed cars to the marketplace by 2015. “You could think of it like Ikea, ...

DNA From This Ugly Fish Is Being Used to Synthesize Bulletproof Slime
Post Date: 2014-08-27 00:09:16 by A K A Stone
If you have ever seen a picture or a video of a hagfish, it's probably been on some roundup of the ocean's most horrifying creatures. But the DNA within that very creature, often known as a "slime eel," just might be the key to creating sustainable, biodegradable plastic and lighter bulletproof clothing. The hagfish has a skull but no vertebrae or spinal chord, so scientists aren't totally sure whether to classify it as a vertebrate or not. It hasn't really changed in roughly 300 million years, which makes it a "living fossil." But this primitive sort of design is a boon for researchers who see potential in the hagfish's trademark, and arguably ...

Only brainwashed leftists could think that the preference of genitalia ...
Post Date: 2014-07-21 00:52:09 by A K A Stone
Only brainwashed leftists could think that the preference of genitalia that you wish to touch on other people is inborn, but the genitalia that you actually possess are a “social construct”. Chromosomes be damned. And *we’re* anti-science and anti-reality. LOL!

The Largest Makerspace On The Planet Opens In Columbus, Ohio
Post Date: 2014-06-03 00:45:12 by A K A Stone
Announced as far back as January, the efforts of founder Alex Bandar, COO Casey McCarty and Shop/Production Manger Matt Hatcher have finally come to fruition; the Columbus Idea Foundry — a 65,000 square ft. “makerspace” in the heart of Columbus, Ohio — is open in its brand new location. The new space, nestled in a downtown district called Franklinton, celebrated its official open house yesterday and it is going to mean a lot to central Ohio. What is it though? According to Hatcher and McCarty, it is “the largest community ‘makerspace’ on the planet.” Built in a 100-year-old shoe factory, it’s kind of like a gymnasium for people who want to make ...

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