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Columbus Antifa terrorists

These terrorists need bullets in the head! Period!

Without Consulting Trump White House — Defense Secretary Esper Orders National Guard NOT to Carry Guns or Ammunition in Washington DC

Hypocrite Governor Gretchen Whitmer Keeps Business in Lockdown — Encourages Leftists to Protest in the Streets, Joins Them!

The Great Reset: A Unique Twin Summit to Begin 2021

Fedex Truck Driver Being Harrassed Then Ends Up Dragging Protester (hopefully the rioter is DEAD!)

Antifa Burning A Homeless Man’s Possessions. This Is The Left

Video: BLM Protect Muslims So They Can Pray Safely During The Riots

Police and the Protestors (Local story)

The Shallow Deep-State Goes Deeper as It Moves Toward Martial Law

A Monument to Authoritarianism (Lincoln Memorial)

Los Angeles community members protecting business from looters handcuffed and detained

Politically Correct Playing Cards

Uber Eats Start Free Delivery From Black-Owned Restaurants

White People (Antifa) Handing Out Bricks to Black Youth (Pawns)

Buffalo Police Seriously Injure 75-Year-Old Man During Protest

The Carrie Nations: "Find It" (Obscure '60s Psych Rock from "Valley of The Dolls")

Take Your Favorite Kids To a Playground This Weekend

Bullitt Mustang Auction

Free Convertible Teslas (Tesla Model 3 crashes into overturned truck on highway)

Armed Patriots patrol Coeur d’Alene

How to fight back against antifa rioters without using violence

CNN: White Children ‘Don’t Deserve Innocence’

Joel Osteen Joins Paula White, Tony Evans And Other High-Level Laodicean Church Hirelings To March In Solidarity With Black Lives Matter

David Dees, CT artist, 1957-2020


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

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NYC to London in 30 Minutes! Plane of the Future Is Coming
Post Date: 2015-11-02 21:44:51 by Justified
We live in pretty cool times. We’ve already got wearable technology, video calls, and a host of other gadgets foretold by Back to the Future II. We’ve even got jet packs. But we still have a way to go in the area of supersonic travel. Since the Concorde was retired in 2003, transatlantic flyers have been forced to twiddle their thumbs on airplanes for about seven hours each way. Happily for restless travelers, that could change soon: Super-supersonic jets are on the way! In the Globe and Mail’s Prototypes column, Canadian engineer and inventor Charles Bombardier recently outlined his vision for an incredibly fast jet that would take passengers from New York to London in ...

Power out? Plug your house into the new Honda Hydrogen Car
Post Date: 2015-10-28 19:50:14 by Operation 40
Honda's hydrogen fuel cell sedan can power your entire house Honda unveiled its first production hydrogen-powered fuel cell sedan, the Clarity Fuel Cell, at the Tokyo Motor Show on Tuesday. Though Honda has dabbled in hydrogen power since the late 1980s, the five-passenger Clarity Fuel Cell sedan is the first hydrogen-powered model that the Japanese carmaker has intended to offer up to the public. A quick refresher on hydrogen fuel cell vehicles: The cars transform hydrogen — in a unit called the fuel cell stack — into electricity, which is fed to a lithium-ion battery pack and out to an electric motor that turns the drive wheels. Essentially, think of it as an electric ...

Genetically-engineered, extra-muscular dogs created by Chinese scientists
Post Date: 2015-10-20 19:28:43 by cranky
Researchers hope to go on to create dogs that have human diseases, like Parkinson’s and muscular dystrophy Beagles have been used in the research (file pic)Chinese scientists have created genetically-engineered, extra-muscular dogs, after editing the genes of the animals for the first time. The scientists create beagles that have double the amount of muscle mass by deleting a certain gene, reports the MIT Technology Review. The mutant dogs have “more muscles and are expected to have stronger running ability, which is good for hunting, police (military) applications”, Liangxue Lai, one of the researchers on the project, told the magazine. Now the team hope to go on to ...

These bladeless wind turbines create electricity without spinning
Post Date: 2015-10-18 09:28:27 by CZ82
These bladeless wind turbines create electricity without spinning By Drew Prindle — June 1, 2015 The turbines we currently use for wind power are incredibly advanced pieces of technology. Everything inside of them –from the shape of their airfoils to the generators they spin– has been painstakingly engineered for maximum efficiency. They’re a very mature technology, but that’s not to say an alternative concept might not be an improvement. Case in point: these incredible tube-like wind turbines from Spanish startup Vortex Bladeless. Through a clever manipulation of physics, the company’s turbines are able to generate electricity without the help of any ...

Video: Tesla AutoPilot tried to kill me! Testing Tesla's newly released software for my Model S, the AutoPilot feature, almost resulted in my violent demise
Post Date: 2015-10-17 19:26:16 by Operation 40
Thousands- or tens of thousands- of Teslas will be hurtling down the roads in the next few weeks and there won't be a hand on the steering wheel. Even hardcore Reddit Fan Boys are nervous Beware of Tesla Autopilot Watch out for that passing Tesla Tesla is rolling out an Autopilot update to approximately 60,000 cars around the world. While this doesn’t yet allow drivers to sit back and have a nap, it’s the first step on the road to fully automated driving. The problem is, for the time being at least, other drivers and pedestrians need to be a little wary of the Tesla driving past them. The Autopilot feature allows the company’s cars to “automatically steer down ...

Happy Pills in America:
Post Date: 2015-10-17 18:27:22 by tpaine
http://www.nejm.org Happy Pills in America: From Miltown to Prozac The Age of Anxiety: A History of America's Turbulent Affair with Tranquilizers Before Prozac: The Troubled History of Mood Disorders in Psychiatry N Engl J Med 2009; 360:841-844February 19, 2009DOI: 10.1056/NEJMbkrev0809177 Article Happy Pills in America: From Miltown to ProzacBy David Herzberg. 279 pp., illustrated. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009. $45. ISBN: 978-0- 8018-9030-7 The Age of Anxiety: A History of America's Turbulent Affair with TranquilizersBy Andrea Tone. 298 pp., illustrated. New York, Basic Books, 2009. $26.95. ISBN: 978- 0-465-08658-0 Before Prozac: The Troubled History of ...

Scientists claim they can change your belief on immigrants and God (reduce by 1/3) – with MAGNETS
Post Date: 2015-10-14 18:54:55 by Hondo68
ATTITUDES towards God and immigrants can be changed by beaming magnetic waves into the brain, scientists have claimed.GETTYAttitudes towards God and immigrants can be changed by beaming magnetic waves into the brainA bizarre experiment claims to be able to make Christians no longer believe in God and make Britons open their arms to migrants in experiments some may find a threat to their values.Scientists looked at how the brain resolves abstract ideological problems.Using a technique called transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), researchers safely shut down certain groups of neurones in the brains of volunteers.  TMS, which is used to treat depression, involves placing a large ...

The end of heavy metal: Boeing shows off material that is 99.99% AIR and could lead to new generation of planes and spaceships
Post Date: 2015-10-13 08:57:15 by cranky
Microlattice was inspired by the structure of human bonesMade up of interconnected hollow tubesEach tube has a wall 1,000 times thinner than a human hairEgg wrapped in the material would survive a 25 story drop Boeing has revealed the world's lightest metal structure, which it claims is 99.99% hollow.The revolutionary breakthrough claims to be 100 times lighter than Styrofoam and could be the future for aeronautical design, and is so light that is can sit atop a dandelionCalled a microlattice, it is so strong the firm says an egg wrapped in the material would survive a 25 story drop .Scroll down for video Boeing says an egg wrapped in the new material would survive a 25 story drop. They ...

Toyota Fuel Cell Plus Concept Comes From A Future Hydrogen-Based Society
Post Date: 2015-10-11 19:21:47 by Operation 40
With the FCV Plus Concept, Toyota is fast-forwarding to a future where hydrogen fuel cell cars will be as common as vehicles powered by internal combustion engines are today. Scheduled to have its world debut at the Tokyo Motor Show later this month, the Toyota FCV Plus study is said to embody a society in which hydrogen energy is in widespread use. In that society, fuel cell cars will be more than just vehicles that will take people from A to B. Toyota FCV in Power Sharing "Social" mode- wanna buy a kWh? Toyota says clean generation of hydrogen from a wide range of primary energy sources will make local, self-sufficient power generation a global reality, and fuel cell ...

A Scientist Trippin’ On LSD Discovered DNA… And His Breakthrough Was Not Alone
Post Date: 2015-10-09 20:42:30 by Deckard
Without the creative application of psychedelic drugs, it is very possible that the iPod would have never been invented and DNA may have never been discovered. Francis Crick, the scientist credited with discovering DNA, was taking psychedelic drugs when he made his groundbreaking revelation.The London-based periodical Mail on Sunday reported that after Crick’s death in 2004, “The abrasive and unorthodox Crick and his brilliant American co-researcher James Watson famously celebrated their eureka moment in March 1953 by running from the now legendary Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge to the nearby Eagle pub, where they announced over pints of bitter that ...

The DNA test 'that reveals if you're gay': Genetic code clue is 70% accurate, claim scientists
Post Date: 2015-10-09 15:58:22 by cranky
Researchers studied the DNA of 47 pairs of adult male identical twinsDistinct patterns of modifications to DNA were linked to homosexualityKnown as epigenetics, these changes are thought to occur in the womb Scientists claim they can predict whether someone is gay or straight with up to 70 per cent accuracy by looking at their DNA.It has long been believed that sexuality has a biological basis – with certain genes linked to being gay.But the claim sexual behaviour can be predicted by such a high degree was described as 'bold' by British scientists.Researchers found distinct patterns of molecules which attach to DNA to switch genes on and off were associated with homosexuality. ...

Woolly mammoth skin found 'well preserved in permafrost' gives new hope for cloning
Post Date: 2015-10-09 09:06:36 by cranky
Scientists now examining new discovery in hunt for 'living cells'. The discovery is seen as highly significant by Russian and South Korean experts working to bring the mammoths back to life through cloning. Picture: NVK The dramatic find was made this summer on the remote Lyakhovsky Islands off the northern coastline of the Siberian land mass. The scientists located the remains of six woolly mammoths and well preserved skin at least 10,000 years old - as well as an unexpected discovery of the tusk of a 'pygmy mammoth'.  Currently the skin is being examined at a special laboratory in Yakutsk, capital of Siberia's Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, and the ...

Rise of the ROBOSEXUALS: Humans will have virtual reality sex by 2030
Post Date: 2015-10-05 11:11:03 by Willie Green
Futurologist predicts robot sex could become a reality in just 10 yearsBondara report claims robots will be more popular than human sex in 2050Predicts most people will use virtual reality tech in the bedroom in 2035This means they could see different partners or improve their appearance  The development of life-like robots that could talk and have sex with humans have been branded 'unnecessary and undesirable'. But sex with robots could become a reality in just 10 years, and even be more popular than love-making between humans in 2050. This is the bleak prediction of futurologist Dr Ian Pearson, who also believes that by 2030, most people will have some form ...

French unveil 'world first' hydrogen-powered electric bike emitting only pure water
Post Date: 2015-10-02 19:21:14 by Operation 40
Pragma Industries's CEO Pierre Forte rides an Alpha electric bike that runs on hydrogen Photo: AFP/Getty The world’s first commercial electric bike running on hydrogen with only pure water as waste, so its makers claim, has been unveiled in France – and already snapped up by the country's post office. It takes five minutes to charge and has a battery life of 100 kilometres (62 miles) and its Gallic makers claim it is a “world first”. The Alpha bike, which hides its hydrogen batteries in its frame, leaves an almost neutral carbon footprint, its designers at Pragma Industries in Bidart, near Biarritz, southwestern France insist. “The bike’s battery ...

Ice sheets may be more resilient than thought, say Stanford scientist's
Post Date: 2015-09-30 15:31:05 by tpaine
news.stanford.edu. Ice sheets may be more resilient than thought, say Stanford scientist's Map of the Earth with a 6-meter sea level rise represented in red Map of the Earth with a 6-meter sea level rise represented in red. A new Stanford study says that the sea level rise associated with a warming world may not be as high as predicted. (Image: NASA) Stanford study suggests that today's ice sheets may be more resilient to increased carbon dioxide levels than previously thought. By Miles Traer Sea level rise poses one of the biggest threats to human systems in a globally warming world, potentially causing trillions of dollars' worth of damages to flooded cities around the ...

Fingerprints reveal whether you're black or white: Distinctive patterns show whether a person is of African or European descent
Post Date: 2015-09-29 08:18:26 by cranky
Ridges patterns are different in people of European and African ancestry Researchers say these could be used to help with profiling suspectsThey say it could also provide valuable information for anthropologistsHowever, they warn more work is needed before it can be reliably used Palm readers claim to be able to see a person's future in the patterns on their hands, but it seems it is possible to also learn about their ancestral past too from their fingers.Fingerprints – already used as a way to identify individuals – appear to encode information about a person's ancestral background.Researchers have found there are distinct differences in how fingerprint ridges split ...

Bill Nye’s unscientific tirade on abortion [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2015-09-28 23:55:07 by redleghunter
In a new viral video starring Bill Nye, the famed "Science Guy" declares that laws protecting "unborn people" are "based on ignorance" and reflect a "a deep scientific lack of understanding." He also says that if you support such laws, you "literally or apparently literally don't know what you’re talking about." Nye's video was released during an ongoing battle in Congress over sending taxpayers' money to Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion provider. Several large media outlets have glowingly covered the video, including the Washington Post, Newsweek, and the Huffington Post. Nye's central argument is ...

The 12 Fastest Airplanes In History
Post Date: 2015-09-24 09:55:33 by Deckard
Some people love flying and some people hate it, but no matter how you feel about being thousands of feet in the air, there’s no denying that just being able to travel by air is a miracle of technology. Even though most of us are perfectly content with being able to travel across the country in a matter of hours, there are some planes that can travel far faster than the commercial aircraft most people are accustomed to. Mankind has seen some crazy things flying in the sky before, such as this UFO that appeared right next to this Virgin Airlines plane. But the coolest thing about some of the world’s speediest planes is that we know for a fact that human beings were able to create ...

Sweden’s largest green hydrogen fuelling station opened in Stockholm by AGA
Post Date: 2015-09-21 18:32:45 by Operation 40
Sweden’s largest, and Stockholm’s first, hydrogen fuelling station for fuel-cell cars has been opened in Arlanda by Linde’s Swedish subsidiary AGA. “Hydrogen in connection with fuel-cell technology now has a solid track record,” says Bo Dyrvold, responsible for Linde’s gases business in Northern Europe. “This hydrogen fuelling station in connection with Hyundai’s and Toyota’s fuel-cell cars offers the possibility to drive completely emission-free. It is very positive for us to be contributing to taking yet another step towards a more sustainable society.” The new hydrogen fuelling station in the vicinity of Stockholm’s airport has a ...

Garbage In, Power Out: South Carolina BMW Plant Demonstrates Landfill Gas to Hydrogen Fuel
Post Date: 2015-09-20 19:51:23 by Operation 40
Hydrogen Fueling-The plant BMW plant in Greer, South Carolina is home to the world’s largest fleet of fuel cell forklifts. Photo courtesy of BMW Manufacturing. A BMW manufacturing plant in Greer, South Carolina, demonstrated that fuel cells can be powered by fuel from a unique source: Garbage. In a first-of-its-kind demonstration, the Energy Department, BMW and project partners Ameresco, Gas Technology Institute and the South Carolina Research Authority powered some of the facility’s fuel cell forklifts with hydrogen produced on-site from biomethane gas at a nearby landfill. In order to achieve this, project researchers and engineers had to overcome two main obstacles. The ...

Singapore firm's hydrogen fuel cell set to fly drone for record 300km
Post Date: 2015-09-20 19:19:23 by Operation 40
(From far left) Mr Yim Wai Tsyu, 25, drone operator, Mr Taras Wankewycz, CEO of Horizon Energy Systems, and Dr Li Aidan, senior research scientist, are involved in Horizon's development of a long-lasting fuel cell that is light and can power a drone for 12 hours non-stop from Scotland to Norway.ST PHOTO: YEO KAI WEN Local cleantech firm Horizon Energy Systems is trying for a new world record with a new fuel cell that can fly an unmanned aerial vehicle, often called a drone, for 300km without stopping or refuelling. The flight from Scotland to Norway over the North Sea will use a Singapore-developed fuel cell that is light and can last for 12 hours. It is expected to take place in the ...

BBC: First 'zero-emissions' hydrogen filling station opens in England
Post Date: 2015-09-17 17:35:08 by Operation 40
A zero-emissions refuelling station for hydrogen-powered cars - claimed to be the first of its kind in the country - has opened. ITM Power created the site at the Advanced Manufacturing Park near the M1 in Rotherham. It uses electricity generated by a wind turbine to split water into its constituent parts: hydrogen and oxygen. A hydrogen car could now fill up with enough fuel for it to reach London from South Yorkshire, the company said. Rebecca Markillie, of Sheffield based ITM, said: "It's the perfect solution. It's a clean fuel utilising wind power, we start with water and end with water". A hydrogen-powered car only emits water vapour as it runs... More: ...

Tokyo Hopes to Make Hydrogen Power the Star of the 2020 Olympics
Post Date: 2015-09-16 18:03:53 by Operation 40
TOKYO—Like Olympic villages of past years, Tokyo’s version in 2020 will feature new buildings to house athletes and buses to ferry people to competition venues. But if Tokyo’s governor has his way, it will all be powered by a new energy source: hydrogen. Tokyo Gov. Yoichi Masuzoe “The first Tokyo Olympics, 50 years ago, left a bullet-train system as a legacy. I want to leave a hydrogen society as a legacy for the next Tokyo Olympics,” Gov. Yoichi Masuzoe said in an interview. Tokyo has said it plans to spend 40 billion yen ($330 million) through 2020 to encourage the development of technologies based on hydrogen, a gas capable of producing energy without ...

Time To Short Anything Musk
Post Date: 2015-09-15 13:03:17 by nativist nationalist
I've heard stupid before. But this pretty-much takes the cake. Describing Mars as "a fixer upper of a planet," Musk noted that the main problem with our red neighbor is that it's too cold for inhabitation. But, he noted, it can be made to more closely resemble Earth if we just warm it up. "There's the fast way and the slow way," Musk said, with the slow way being the gradual release of greenhouse gasses, which are famous on Earth for causing global warming and climate change. There's dumb and then there's really dumb. This falls into the second category. Mars lacks an atmosphere of material density because it was stripped off by the solar wind. ...

New Jersey Solar Hydrogen House to be unveiled on 9/11/2015
Post Date: 2015-09-10 17:49:24 by Operation 40
New Jersey Solar Hydrogen House to be unveiled on 9/11/2015 HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP 9/10/15— A first-of-its-kind solar-hydrogen house that can go either on or off the electrical grid will be officially unveiled this week. What makes the residence on Woosamonsa Road in the township unique is that it is the “first commercially produced fully permitted and affordable” of its type anywhere, according to the non-profit Hydrogen House Project, which designed the house. New Jersey Solar Hydrogen Home to be unveiled on 9/11/2015 “This is the beginning of getting our energy from above the ground and not below it,” said Mike Strizki, an inventor and founder of the Hydrogen House ...

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