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Sunday, January 22, 2017

The Central Intelligence Agency has published nearly 13 million pages of declassified files online, documents which previously were physically accessible only from four computer terminals at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland.

The record include info on Nazi war crimes, the Cuban Missile Crisis, UFO sightings, human telepathy ("Project Stargate") and much more. The release has been a long time coming: Bill Clinton first ordered all documents at least 25 years old with "historical value" to be declassified in 1995. The agency complied, however anyone who wanted access had to trek all the way to the US National Archives in Washington DC to get a peak. read more


SCIENTISTS have ‘confirmed' the existence of God after proving a mathematician's theory which suggests that there is a higher power. read more


That is not a brainteaser or a hypothetical question posed by a magazine on Twitter. It is an actual question bouncing around the internet after an attack on a well-known far-right activist, Richard B. Spencer, in Washington after the inauguration of Donald J. Trump as president on Friday. read more


Saturday, January 21, 2017

As one of the world's leading "planet hunters," Kane focuses on finding "habitable zones," areas where water could exist in a liquid state on a planet's surface if there's sufficient atmospheric pressure. Kane and his team, including former undergraduate student Miranda Waters, examined the habitable zone on a planetary system 14 light years away. Their findings will appear in the next issue of Astrophysical Journal in a paper titled "Characterization of the Wolf 1061 Planetary System." read more


Every few seconds, our eyelids automatically shutter and our eyeballs roll back in their sockets. So why doesn't blinking plunge us into intermittent darkness and light? New research led by the University of California, Berkeley, shows that the brain works extra hard to stabilize our vision despite our fluttering eyes. read more


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You posted a different link. Possibly because our googles point to different pages.

You posted this one:

en.m.wikipedia.org

No ' in that.

I posted this one:

en.wikipedia.org's_ontological_proof

If you could see the inside of the link code, yours has '%27' hexadecimal where mine has '.

No, the one I can't post without breaking the link: en.wikipedia.org's_ontological_proof

because it has ' in it, instead of a '%XX' hexadecimal code.

Duh.

Go back to school, Snoofy.

Cost of Viagra:

www.google.com

He's right on.

And he's mad as hell!

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