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09/30/16 - BuzzFeed Hilariously Edits Its Own Poll Showing Huge Support For Trump

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BuzzFeed recently published a presidential preference poll for their readership to take part in. A day or so later, they felt the need to “update” it because they felt the results “no longer accurately reflects the opinions of real people.”

Take three guesses as to what the results were showing. Polls are something that many media outlets do. They're a quick thing that will catch people’s attention during a heated presidential cycle and will hopefully get the public to click on the outlet's website.

Undoubtedly, BuzzFeed also did this figuring that the “poll” would have a strong showing for Hillary Clinton, showing given the site's tendency to openly criticize her opponent. That, however, didn’t turn out to be the case. - BuzzFeed Hilariously Edits Its Own Poll Showing Huge Support For Trump

09/30/16 - More older adults spending ‘golden years’ in homelessness
About half of the homeless in the United States are people 50 or older, studies show. The number of older homeless adults is projected to increase by 33 percent in the next decade and double by 2050. "We're at the beginning of the wave and have an opportunity to not only improve the quality of life of these homeless and formerly homeless elders, but also extend their lives," said Katrina Van Valkenburgh, central region managing director for CSH, also known as the Corporation for Supportive Housing.

The average life expectancy for a homeless older adult is 63 years, compared with 80 for someone who always has had stable housing, she said. Leaders from across the Midwest are meeting in Columbus this week to talk about helping this aging homeless population get into and keep affordable housing. The two-day event is hosted by CSH and National Church Residences, which specializes in low-income and affordable senior housing.

It kicked off on Tuesday with a tour of two supportive housing properties owned by National Church Residences. Today, housing experts from across the country are meeting. Aging adults who have been homeless experience chronic illnesses and geriatric conditions 15 to 20 years earlier than the general population, said Dr. Margot Kushel, a professor of medicine at the University of California-San Francisco who followed 350 homeless people in Oakland, California.

Although the median age of the participants was 58, they had more trouble bathing, dressing and eating than many in their 70s, 80s and 90s, Kushel said. They also had a harder time using transportation, taking medication, managing money, applying for benefits and arranging job interviews. One answer is creating more affordable and supportive housing — the theme of today's gathering. Supportive housing complexes provide tenants with tailored services such as life-skills training, alcohol and drug abuse programs and case management so they can have more stable, productive lives.

Though supportive housing has been available for people who have been homeless or have struggled with addiction or mental illness for decades, they need to be adapted to the unique needs of older residents, Kushel said. Rooms, for instance, need good lighting and grab bars in the bathroom. Many residents also could use personal-care attendants to help them bathe and get dressed. - More older adults spending ‘golden years’ in homelessness

09/30/16 - Internal 'clock' makes some people age faster and die younger – regardless of lifestyle
Scientists have found the most definitive evidence yet that some people are destined to age quicker and die younger than others - regardless of their lifestyle. The findings could explain the seemingly random and unfair way that death is sometimes dealt out, and raise the intriguing future possibility of being able to extend the natural human lifespan. “You get people who are vegan, sleep 10 hours a day, have a low-stress job, and still end up dying young,” said Steve Horvath, a biostatistician who led the research at the University of California, Los Angeles. “We’ve shown some people have a faster innate ageing rate.”

A higher biological age, regardless of actual age, was consistently linked to an earlier death, the study found. For the 5% of the population who age fastest, this translated to a roughly 50% greater than average risk of death at any age. Intriguingly, the biological changes linked to ageing are potentially reversible, raising the prospect of future treatments that could arrest the ageing process and extend the human lifespan. “The great hope is that we find anti-ageing interventions that would slow your innate ageing rate,” said Horvath. “This is an important milestone to realising this dream.”

Horvath’s ageing “clock” relies on measuring subtle chemical changes, in which methyl compounds attach or detach from the genome without altering the underlying code of our DNA. His team previously found that methyl levels at 353 specific sites on the genome rise and fall according to a very specific pattern as we age - and that the pattern is consistent across the population. The latest study, based on an analysis of blood samples from 13,000 people, showed that some people are propelled along life’s biological tramlines much quicker than others – regardless of lifestyle.

“We see people aged 20 who are fast agers and we look at them 20 years later and they are still fast agers,” said Horvath. “The big picture here is that this is an innate process.” The scientists found that known health indicators, such as smoking, blood pressure and weight, were still more valuable in predicting life expectancy in the 2,700 participants who had died since the study began, but that their underlying aging rate also had a significant effect.

In a fictional example, the scientists compare two 60-year-old men, Peter, whose ageing rate ranks in the top 5% and Joe, whose rate is in the slowest 5%. If both are smokers and have stressful jobs, Peter is given a 75% chance of dying in the next 10 years compared to a 46% chance for Joe. This is not the first time that scientists have observed so-called epigenetic changes to the genome with age, but previously these were put down to wear-and-tear brought about by environmental factors, rather than indicating the ticking of an internal biological clock.

Wolf Reik, a professor of epigenetics at the University of Cambridge who was not involved in the work, said: “It now looks like you get a clock given to you when you’re young. It gets wound up and the pace it’s ticking at is dictated by this epigenetic machinery.” “I’m sure insurance companies are already quite interested in this kind of thing,” he added. Horvath said he has no plans to market the test, which costs around $300 per sample in his lab, but admits he has run his own blood through the analysis.

“I’m currently 48 and the test indicated I was 5 years older, which I wasn’t too pleased about,” he said, but adds that for an individual factors like blood pressure and smoking were more decisive. “My innate ageing rate is too fast to become a centenarian, but otherwise I’m not too worried about it.” The study, published in the journal Aging, suggests that accelerated ageing rather than simply a riskier lifestyle could explain why men die younger. Even by the age of five, Horvath said, the different speeds of aging between genders was apparent and by the age of 40 a biological age gap of 1-2 years opens up. “Women always age a little bit more slowly than men,” he said. “It’s not lifestyle it’s this innate ageing process that favours women.” - Internal 'clock' makes some people age faster and die younger – regardless of lifestyle

09/30/16 - Supercapacitor Breakthrough for Better Energy Storage
Research by a German team could aid the superconductor industry by improving capacitance by an order of magnitude compared to current approaches. The researchers identified the improvement when using a "hybrid mix" of potassium ferricyanide in aqueous media. In a paper titled "High-Performance Hybrid Energy Storage with Potassium Ferricyanide Redox Electrolyte," the team from the Leibniz Institute for New Materials (INM) in Saarbrücken also described how they overcame current leakage with an ion-exchange membrane.

The team, led by Professor Volker Presser of INM’s Energy Materials program division, found the hybrid medium had an energy capacity of 28.3 watt-hours per kilogram, or 11.4 watt-hours per liter. This nears the 30-watt-hours-per-kilogram upper limit for current supercapacitor products and is “higher compared to the same cell operated in aqueous sodium sulfate,” said the team.

The researchers also noted “excellent long-term stability” across 10,000 charge and discharge cycles. “This hybrid electrochemical energy storage system is believed to find a strong foothold in future advanced energy storage applications,” concluded the study’s authors. Lu Zhang, a scientist at Argonne National Laboratory in the U.S., said the redox electrolyte was a “key aspect” of the research. “This ferricyanide redox electrolyte can provide a higher capacity, [delivering] higher power out of the devices with this chemistry,” he said.

“Another important finding is the ion-selective membrane. That is another key component to maintain the capacitance here, preventing the cell’s discharge, which would lead to the degradation of the capacitance," said Zhang. He said the research could be used to build supercapacitors that would last longer in a steady state without discharging: “You don’t want self-discharge happening. When you charge the capacitors, you want the energy holding there for as long as possible.”

While traditional capacitors are based on two charged plates separated by an insulating material, recent supercapacitor research has focused on ionic liquid electrolytes that can operate at higher voltages. INM’s hybrid approach opens up a new line of investigation that might help widen the range of supercapacitor applications down the line. “The supercapacitor is a very promising addition to other battery technologies,” Zhang said. “It presents very unique features."

“It can have a very good power ability. That’s actually very useful in many situations. If you are driving an electric car, you need a lot of energy input within a very short time. That kind of power output is not being provided by the battery.” There is already growing interest in the use of supercapacitors for transportation, not just because of their high power capacity but also because they can be charged very quickly.

In Switzerland, for example, ABB is using the technology to charge electric buses in as little as 3 to 5 minutes. ABB has also been involved in a project to use supercapacitors on Southern Pennsylvania Transit Authority trains, as a way of recovering braking energy to earn money on the PJM frequency regulation market. And in 2011, Elon Musk famously predicted supercapacitors would be better than lithium-ion batteries at powering electric vehicles. However, Tesla has yet to incorporate supercapacitor technology into its vehicles, and it is said Musk now believes his original analysis was flawed.

But even if INM’s approach helps to overcome some of the technology’s current shortcomings, the chemistry could still prove difficult to commercialize. The materials involved are readily available and therefore may not cost much, but the presence of potentially hazardous cyanide compounds in the mix might raise safety concerns. “Depending on what kind of concentration you’re going to use, it could be dangerous,” admitted Zhang. “Going into the application, all those hazards have to be evaluated.” - Supercapacitor Breakthrough for Better Energy Storage

09/30/16 - Scientists Have Discovered A Way To Kill Superbugs Without Antibiotics
Shu Lam, a graduate student at the University of Melbourne, has a simple solution: Impale the little buggers. Lam has developed a polymer that forms a star shape, called a structurally nanoengineered antimicrobial peptide polymer, or SNAPP. The polymer seeks out superbugs and wrecks them in a number of ways, most importantly by ripping up their cell walls. Much like you and I don’t do very well when we’ve gotten a bunch of stab wounds, the cell wall punctures put so much stress on the superbug cell it collapses.

Lam is being cautious, noting that she’s only tested it on six superbugs and only done one live trial with mice. But the polymer consistently works, across generations of superbugs, and more importantly, it appears to leave the cells we want alive undamaged. It also opens up a new avenue to preventing infections without antibiotics, which will be a useful avenue of research in the years to come. - Scientists Have Discovered A Way To Kill Superbugs Without Antibiotics

09/30/16 - Why do police shoot to kill?
Police officers sometimes must make split-second decisions, under pressure, about whether or not to fire their weapon. It's not an easy job. But some of those killed by police in recent years have been unarmed, sparking outrage in communities across the US and raising questions. Why did the police have to kill these people? Are there other ways to defuse a potentially dangerous situation without someone getting fatally shot?

Why don't police officers shoot to wound? - Officers are trained to "shoot to stop," which often results in a homicide, Alexander said. They aim for the center mass of a person's chest because it is the target they are most certain to hit and is most likely to take the suspect down. Even a skilled marksman would have difficulty hitting a suspect's arm or leg in a fast-moving situation. And a wounded suspect could still possibly shoot the officer or someone else.

Why do officers fire so many shots? - Most officers today carry semi-automatic pistols instead of revolvers. Two decades ago, officers were trained to fire one or two rounds from their revolvers and then assess whether they needed to keep shooting. But now officers are trained to assess the threat level while firing, which means the officer may pull the trigger multiple times before the suspect has fallen, Alexander said. - Why do police shoot to kill?

09/30/16 - Big city lawyer threatened to sue this country farmer for everything, but the farmer has other plans
KeelyNet A big city lawyer went duck hunting in rural Tennessee. He shot and dropped a bird, but it fell into a farmer’s field on the other side of a fence.

As the lawyer climbed over the fence, an elderly farmer drove up on his tractor and asked him what he was doing.

The litigator responded, “I shot a duck and it fell in this field, and now I’m going to retrieve it.”

The old farmer replied, “This is my property, and you are not coming over here.”

The indignant lawyer said, “I am one of the best trial attorneys in the United States and, if you don’t let me get that duck, I’ll sue you and take everything you own.

The old farmer smiled and said, “Apparently, you don’t know how we settle disputes in Tennessee. We settle small disagreements like this with the ‘Three Kick Rule.'”

The lawyer asked, “What is the Three Kick Rule?”

The Farmer replied, “Well, because the dispute occurs on my land, first I kick you three times and then you kick me three times and so on back and forth until someone gives up.”

The attorney quickly thought about the proposed contest and decided that he could easily take the old codger. He agreed to abide by the local custom.

The old farmer slowly climbed down from the tractor and walked up to the attorney. His first kick planted the toe of his heavy steel toed work boot into the lawyer’s groin and dropped him to his knees. His second kick to the midriff sent the lawyer’s last meal gushing from his mouth. The lawyer was on all fours when the farmer’s third kick to his rear end sent him face-first into a fresh cow pie.

The lawyer summoned every bit of his will and managed to get to his feet. Wiping his face with the arm of his jacket, he said, “Okay. Now it’s my turn.”

The old farmer smiled and said, “Naw, I give up. You can have the duck.”

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- Big city lawyer threatened to sue this country farmer for everything, but the farmer has other plans

09/30/16 - Physicists Have Figured Out How to Create Matter and Antimatter Using Light
A team of researchers from the Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IAP RAS) has just announced that they managed to calculate how to create matter and antimatter using lasers. This means that, by focusing high-powered laser pulses, we may soon be able to create matter and antimatter using light.

To break this down a bit, light is made of high-energy photons. When high-energy photons go through strong electric fields, they lose enough radiation that they become gamma rays and create electron-positron pairs, thus creating a new state of matter.

“A strong electric field can, generally speaking, ‘boil the vacuum,’ which is full of ‘virtual particles,’ such as electron-positron pairs. The field can convert these types of particles from a virtual state, in which the particles aren’t directly observable, to a real one,” says Igor Kostyukov of IAP RAS who references their calculations on the concept of quantum electrodynamics (QED).

A QED cascade is a series of processes that starts with electrons and positrons accelerating within a laser field. It will then be followed by the release of high-energy photons, electrons, and positrons. As high-energy photons decay, it will produce electron-positron pairs. Essentially, a QED cascade will lead to the production of electron positron high-energy photon plasmas—and while it perfectly illustrates the QED phenomenon, it is a theory that has yet to be observed under lab conditions.

As has been previously noted, making this potential power source is not cheap: “The problem lies in the efficiency and cost of antimatter production and storage. Making 1 gram of antimatter would require approximately 25 million billion kilowatt-hours of energy and cost over a million billion dollars.” This work offers us a new way forward. Their study also offers major insight into the properties of different types of interactions that could eventually pave the way for practical applications, including the development of advanced ideas for the laser-plasma sources of high-energy photos and positrons that will exceed the brilliance of any available source we have today.

“Next, we’re exploring the nonlinear stage when the self-generated electron-positron plasma strongly modifies the interaction,” the researchers add. “And we’ll also try to expand our results to more general configurations of the laser–matter interactions and other regimes of interactions — taking a wider range of parameters into consideration.” - Physicists Have Figured Out How to Create Matter and Antimatter Using Light

09/30/16 - Free Slideshow Program
Ashampoo Slideshow Studio 2017 is the easy way to turn your photos into stunning slideshows. Background music, various transitions, overlays and opening/closing credits help you create a special atmosphere perfect for private, education and business use cases. Add a sense of dynamics to your photos and use voice narration, texts, sound effects and logos to make your slideshow special - no prior knowledge required thanks to intuitive work flows. The new version comes with a handy wizard that will guide users quickly through the creation process. Both the classic WMV and the new WebM (VP9) output format is supported. Add to that the various new transitions and templates coupled with a majorly overhauled user interface and you have a truly total package of slideshow creation and editing. - Free Slideshow Program

09/30/16 - Inside the world of men who've sworn never to sleep with women again
Men Going Their Own Way (MGTOW) believe men are always victims in relationships. Tens of thousands of men have formed a real-life online community called MGTOW, or Men Going Their Own Way. Their first rule? Abandoning all romantic relationships with women.

On Reddit alone, some 15,000 readers are subscribed to the MGTOW page which declares it is for "men going our own way by forging our own identities and paths to self-defined success; cutting through collective ideas of what a man is.” Other websites including MGTOW.com are also dedicated to what they see as each man's fight for sovereignty of himself. And despite their hatred for women, homosexuality isn't accepted, either.

Posts on the Reddit page offer an insight into their world: They range from worrying that future sex bots will be hacked by central government, to encouraging men to divorce their wives. They also debate how "even men in Hollywood" are “cuckolded” and wronged by women. Others discuss the merits of visiting prostitutes, and how pop songs are feminist propaganda. The more you scroll, the darker it becomes.

One recent post described how women “fake orgasms often, because it makes men more submissive”. Another talked of “ditching” his “blue pill friends.” Others proudly declare that they are still virgins. The MGTOW forum on Reddit, which has more than 15,000 readers - “I want sex and company, but I don’t want/can’t put in the effort to get it,” wrote another user on the MGTOW.com forum. The MGTOW community has a pretty clear set of expectations for themselves and the wider world that are based in meninism: a counteraction to feminism which sees women’s rights directly disadvantage men.

While feminists might argue that their movement aims to help both men and women break free of harmful gender stereotypes, meninists disagree. To them, men are the victims of heterosexual relationships, comparable to a horse with a cart strapped it its back. MGTOWs borrow heavily from pop-culture to explain their beliefs, particularly the film the Matrix where the Chosen One chooses to reject his blinkered "blue pill" life in favour of the awareness offered by the "red pill".

The ultimate goal for MGTOWs is total freedom from societal constraints - known as Level 4. “Level 0” involves “taking the red pill” and recognising gender equality is a sham. Level one sees a man rejecting long-term relationships but engaging in sexual encounters, which he will reject in level two. As the MGTOW movement is entangled with alt-right and libertarian politics, the third step sees the man focusing on earning money in order to sustain himself. - Inside the world of men who've sworn never to sleep with women again

09/30/16 - Temporary tattoos could treat chronic health issues

09/30/16 - Leading US exorcists explain huge increase in demand for the Rite – and priests to carry them out

09/30/16 - Passengers in Uber's self-driving cars waived right to sue for injury or death

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09/30/16 - Shaolin monk runs atop water for 125 meters, sets new record

09/30/16 - One Way Poor People Can Buy Land With No Money

09/30/16 - Scientists have proven that negativity literally makes cancer grow inside the body

09/30/16 - 1500 Common Medical Practices Are Categorized As Having 'Unknown Effectiveness'

09/30/16 - US Military Budget And Top Secret "Black Budgets" Keep Growing, 6.5 TRILLION Dollars Missing

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04/27/16 - The Mexistim Polarity Cycler
KeelyNet For over 12 years now, I have slept over a 3 X 4 foot wirescreen which is connected to my Mexistim on my nightstand. I leave it on all the time using the included AC/DC adapter. It uses very little electricity.

It helps me get a deep, healing sleep and I think of it as 'health maintenance' because of all the effects listed below which I have noticed from using this device.

There are now three Mexistim versions, the K.I.S.S. (green) model which is a direct clone of the machine used on over 10,000 people, the Basic I (red) model which uses 3vdc to the screen switching at about 15 minute cycles and the Universal II (blue) model which offers 8 options allowing you to choose between 3vdc or 4.5vdc, 3 or 15 minute switching times (approximate) and other settings so you can try what works best for you.

KeelyNet 1) Restful, sound sleep
..2) Increased red cell count
...3) Elimination of seasonal allergies
....4) Increased overall energy
.....5) No headaches
......6) No stomach pains or aches
.......7) No muscle pains
........8) Weight loss
.........9) Increase urination
.........10) Lighter color, less smelly urine

Now with free shipping to USA and Canada!

I wouldn't endorse or sell it if it didn't work for me and others who have reported their experiences. You can read more about the Mexistim units and buy one if you'd like at the following link. Thank you very much for your purchase! - JWD - Mexistim Website

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