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  1. CASPER

    Supernova explosions stay in shape

    At a very early age, children learn how to classify objects according to their shape. New research suggests studying the shape of the aftermath of supernovae may allow astronomers to do the same. A new study of images from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory on supernova remnants — the debris from...
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    New discoveries suggest low-mass planets are common around nearby stars

    An international team of planet hunters has discovered as many as six low-mass planets around two nearby Sun-like stars, including two super-Earths with masses 5 and 7.5 times the mass of Earth. The researchers, led by Steven Vogt of the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC), and Paul...
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    An exquisite look at black holes

    An international research team presents some of the first long-baseline interferometric measurements in the infrared towards nearby active galactic nuclei with the Keck Interferometric Telescope in Hawaii. The team, led by Makoto Kishimoto from the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in...
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    Pearl Harbor attack remembered 68 years later

    PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii – Dozens of survivors of Pearl Harbor on Monday solemnly remembered those who died in the Japanese aerial assault 68 years ago as a top Navy commander said their bravery laid the foundation for the subsequent U.S. victory in World War II. About 2,000 servicemen and women...
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    I want to know the true Truth. Lift the veil, you wankers!?

    If I ask you guys for the truth, will I get it? Or will I receive only a cesspool of unenlightened opinions and anthropocentric BS biases based on selective reading and secular upbringings? Single-vantage "either-or" perspectives cloud all our judgment while we rely on "official" documentation...
  6. Unhypnotized

    Some U.S. holiday terror?

    Jerry Mazza Infowars November 20, 2009 Okay, call me crazy, paranoid, even “a conspiracy theorist.” Egads! But I heard it first on the news this morning. Then it flashed across my computer screen this afternoon in a story from the Washington Post. FAA: Computer system restored, delays...
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    Unconsciously influenced

    Unconsciously influenced translated from dutch: Monday, November 16, 2009 Who does not have to be free from the influence of advertising, is wrong. Our buying habits are often unconscious sent. With tunes, smells and warm lighting. There are hundreds of millions in advertising world...
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    Growing tired of the fight......ricklbert

    Growing tired of the fight......ricklbert Well as the title says i have been taking many blows to myself in the past few months trying to help people understand the fight we fight and my heart feels that i tread one step forward and slip three steps back. In this ever changing world were...
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    4th typhoon in month lashes Philippines; 7 killed

    1 hr 28 mins ago MANILA, Philippines – A typhoon battered the Philippine capital and surrounding provinces still reeling from recent flooding, sending residents of one town clambering onto rooftops Saturday to escape rising waters. Seven people died and at least five were missing. Typhoon...
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    Colombian police: Bombs tied to donkeys kill 2

    BOGOTA – Police say two bombs being carried by donkeys exploded in northeastern Colombia, killing two coca-eradication workers and wounding six soldiers. Police Gen. Orlando Pineda says the workers were heading from one field to another to destroy coca plants when the explosives tied to the two...
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    Ocean / Emotion

    2. I could tell you how for a long time I thought my memory was paralyzed: twenty years passed outside France and what have I left of it? - Take a good look, said my father, take a good look, we're going through the Suez Canal! I was seven years old, we were standing on the bridge of...
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    Palomar Transient Factory sky survey brings new objects into focus

    The unique survey already has found many new cosmic explosions, including 32 Type Ia supernovae, eight Type II supernovae, and four cataclysmic variable stars. An innovative sky survey is returning images that will be used to detect unprecedented numbers of powerful cosmic explosions —...
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    Looking Back on the Muckleshoot Reservation from Galisteo Street, Santa Fe

    The bow of a Muckleshoot canoe, blessed with eagle feather and sprig of yellow cedar, is launched into a bay. A girl watches her mother fry venison slabs in a skillet— drops of blood sizzle, evaporate. Because a neighbor feeds them, they eat wordlessly; the silence breaks when she occasionally...
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    Taps off for two million in water-starved Mexico City

    April 9th, 2009 in Breaking News Taps off for two million in water-starved Mexico City. Some two million residents of Mexico City on Thursday began 36 hours without water under an emergency plan over Easter vacation to respond to a record drop in water supply and to work on repairs. The cuts...
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    Protests and bombings come on day of war anniversary

    By HAMID AHMED Republished from Associated Press Protests and bombings come on day of war anniversary BAGHDAD (AP) — American flags were set on fire Friday to chants of “no, no for occupation” as followers of an anti-U.S. Shiite cleric marked the sixth anniversary of the Iraq war. In five...
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    Are these UFOs over London?

    Are these UFOs over London? Last updated: 3/17/2009 2:30:00 PM UFOs over Ipswich? WHEN Derek Burden decided to take a scenic photograph of London for his partner, he had no idea that the snap appeared to show four UFOs shining brightly in the sky. It was only when he returned to his home...
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    Oregon girl sent to Mexico falls through the cracks

    Oregon girl sent to Mexico falls through the cracks Oregon officials place foster child Adrianna Romero Cram, 4, with relatives in Mexico, where child welfare agencies in two countries fail to protect her Adrianna Romero Cram smiles in a photograph taken in Mexico before she was murdered...
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    UFO disables Car DVD Player, GPS -

    UFO disables Car DVD Player, GPS - Fortaleza / Urubici, Brazil Wednesday, March 11, 2009 In Brazil an Astonish number of UFO sightings have been reported in the last few weeks. Ufologists are being inundated with emails from confused witnesses searching for answers. One of the most...
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    67 computers missing from nuclear weapons lab

    February 12th, 2009 in Breaking News 67 computers missing from nuclear weapons lab My Way News - 67 computers missing from nuclear weapons lab. WASHINGTON (AP) - The Los Alamos nuclear weapons laboratory in New Mexico is missing 67 computers, including 13 that were lost or stolen in the past...
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    Alleged underground U.S. bases Jan 31/09

    Alleged underground U.S. bases Do I believe there’s life out there? — Yes I do. ARIZONA 1. Fort Huachuca. 31°50′ N 1100 19′48″ W, saucer base below, intelligence training above, mind-control incl. too. 2. Gates Pass Base 3. Gila Mountain Area, south of Interstate 8 and approx. 30 east of Yuma...
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