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03/25/17 - Automatic Bullseye, MOVING DARTBOARD (Techies must watch!)
Basically, you throw a dart and then a Vicon motion capture system tracks the dart in the air. We use those x,y,z positions in matlab to predict where the dart will land using some regression analysis. Once we know where it will land, we move the board to the right spot using 6 stepper motors that attach to the back of the board using fishing line. All of this happens in 400ms or so. Then we took it to a bar to see what people would think of it (SPOILER ALERT: they liked it) - Automatic Bullseye, MOVING DARTBOARD (Techies must watch!)

03/25/17 - 20,000 Worldclass University Lectures Made Illegal, So We Irrevocably Mirrored Them

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Today, the University of California at Berkeley has deleted 20,000 college lectures from its YouTube channel. Berkeley removed the videos because of a lawsuit brought by two students from another university under the Americans with Disabilities Act. We copied all 20,000 and are making them permanently available for free via LBRY. This makes the videos freely available and discoverable by all, without reliance on any one entity to provide them (even us!). The full catalog is over 4 TB and will be synced over the next several days. - 20,000 Worldclass University Lectures Made Illegal, So We Irrevocably Mirrored Them

03/25/17 - 22 year old Dimash - Singer Extraordinaire
In 2014, he graduated from the faculty of “Academic singing” at Aktobe College of Music named after A.Zhubanov. From this year, he is studying at the faculty of "Pop art" at Kazakh National University of Arts.

The fame and popularity was received after winning the Grand Prix on the XXIV International Contest of Pop Song Performers Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk. At the end of two days, the young singer achieved 175 points in total. On the first day, he sang the song of Konstantin Meladze, which is called "Opyat Metel", on the second day he performed with the song from the repertoire of French singer Grégory Lemarchal (originally sang by Daniel Balavoine) "SOS d'un terrien en détresse".

On October 28, 2015 in Istanbul, Dimash Kudaibergen represented the Kazakhstan for the first time at the International Asia-Pacific ocean TV Festival «ABU TV song».

In 2017, he became a popular contestant in the Chinese show Singer 2017,[2] which broadcast on the TV channel Hunan Television, and took first place in the second stage of this competition. The six-round show, aired weekly on Hunan TV from January to April, is an annual competition among professional singers. The winners are determined by audience voting.

Video #1 - Dimash Kudaibergen - SOS d'un terrien en détresse.

Video #2 - Dimash "I am a singer" 4th round.

Video #3 - Dimash Kudaibergen - Opera 2.The most beautiful and unique voice in the world today. - 22 year old Dimash - Singer Extraordinaire





03/25/17 - Most People Would Give Lab-Grown Meat a Try
KeelyNet Futurists tell us that we will be eating in vitro meat (IVM) – meat grown in a laboratory rather than on a farm – within five to 10 years. IVM was first investigated in the early years of this century and since then criticisms of farm animal production systems, particularly intensive ones, have escalated. They include the excessive use of land, energy and water resources; local and global pollution; poor animal welfare; a contribution to climate change; and a unhealthy eating habits and disease in humans. At the same time, human (and livestock) population growth continues, farming land is requisitioned for urban expansion and meat consumption per person is rising.

A total of 673 people responded to the survey, done online via Amazon Mechanical Turk, in which they were given information about IVM and asked questions about their attitudes to it. Although most people (65 percent), and particularly males, were willing to try IVM, only about a third said they would use it regularly or as a replacement for farmed meat.

But many people were undecided: 26 percent were unsure if they would use it as a replacement for farmed meat and 31 percent unsure if they would eat it regularly. This suggests there is scope to persuade consumers that they should convert to IVM if a suitable product is available. As an indication of this potential, 53 percent said it was seen as preferable to soy substitutes.

While a reasonably large proportion of the sample reported willingness to try IVM in the future, there appears to be hesitation around the idea of incorporating it into a daily diet. Resistance came primarily from practical concerns, such as taste and price. But these are factors that are largely under the control of the manufacturers. The concerns – about taste, price and impact on farmers – could all be effectively dealt with if there was sufficient financial advantage in producing IVM. As tissue engineering techniques improve, culturing meat in vitro also brings the opportunity to introduce health-promoting ingredients, such as polyunsaturated fats, more easily than in living animals. Another commonly cited concern was the perception that the product was unnatural. This may be similar to people's concerns about genetically modified (GM) foods – some of those who oppose GM foods are moral absolutists who would not be influenced by any argument in favour. By expressing concern about the naturalness of IVM, some people were suggesting that there are fundamental issues that would cause them to reject it. - Most People Would Give Lab-Grown Meat a Try

03/25/17 - Remote-controlled 'flying squad' to chase criminals and hunt for missing people
First 24-hour police drone unit to launch in Devon and Cornwall in summer. The dedicated force will be shared with Dorset and save helicopter costs They will be used to picture crime scenes and track antisocial behaviour. But fears raised that technology could lead to cuts to officer numbers.

The ‘flying squad’ will pursue suspects, find missing people and help solve murders. Assistant Chief Constable Steve Barry, national spokesman on drones, predicted forces across Britain would soon be using them as they are cheaper than helicopters and can perform some duties of bobbies on the beat. But the move has prompted privacy concerns and warnings that the technology should ‘never be an excuse to cut officers’. Devon and Cornwall Police has advertised for a drone manager to lead its new dedicated unit, which will be launched in the summer and shared with Dorset. - Remote-controlled 'flying squad' to chase criminals and hunt for missing people

03/25/17 - I Think My Dog's a Democrat Bryan Lewis Official Video
I Think My Dog's a Democrat Music Video Bryan Lewis - Hilarious or should we say "Hillaryous" - I Think My Dog's a Democrat Bryan Lewis Official Video

03/25/17 - Superconducting tape which could one day be used to double the potency of wind turbines
This material, a copper oxide, is like a thread that conducts 100 times more electricity than copper. With this thread you can for example make cables to transport much more electricity or generate much more intense magnetic fields than today,” he told AFP. This new material could be used to make more potent and lighter wind turbines,” he added, predicting it will make it possible to manufacture wind turbines one day with double the potency of existing ones. In the long run the project could “revolutionise the production of renewable energy,” the Institute said in a statement.

Eurotapes is a four-year project involving world leaders in the field of superconductivity from nine European nations—Austria, Belgium, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Romania, Slovakia and Spain. The European Union covers the bulk of its budget of 20 million euros ($21 million).

When an electric current passes through a conductor such as copper and silver, part of the charge is lost as heat, a loss that increases with the distance the charge travels. In superconductivity—first discovered in mercury in 1911—electrical resistance suddenly drops to zero in some metals when they are cooled to near absolute zero (-273 degrees Celsius, -459 Fahrenheit). This also produces a strong magnetic field—an effect which has found applications, including in MRI body scanners.

To achieve zero-loss power transmission now, cables encased in tubes can be cooled with liquid nitrogen to make them superconductive—but the complex and expensive technology has not been commercially used on a large scale. Power companies have run only small-scale and pilot projects. The aim is to one day find materials that can become superconductors at room temperature, which would allow zero-loss transmission of power over vast distances. - Superconducting tape which could one day be used to double the potency of wind turbines

03/25/17 - Purging the body of 'retired' cells could reverse ageing
Purging retired cells from the body has been shown to undo the ravages of old age in a study that raises the prospect of new life-extending treatments . When mice were treated with a substance designed to sweep away cells that have entered a dormant state due to DNA damage their fur regrew, kidney function improved and they were able to run twice as far as untreated elderly animals.

The team are now assessing whether the mice also live longer and are planning a series of safety studies in humans with the ultimate goal of testing whether getting rid of so-called senescent cells could help reverse a range of age-related disorders. The discovery adds to a wave of new findings hinting at the possibility of a future in which doctors can treat ageing itself, rather than trying to combat the host of diseases that come along with it.

Such a scenario is now supported by science, according to Peter de Keizer, the 36-year-old scientist who led the latest work at Erasmus University Medical Center in the Netherlands. “Maybe when you get to 65 you’ll go every five years for your anti-senescence shot in the clinic. You’ll go for your rejuvenation shot,” he said. “That I can envision when we reach that age.”

As we age, our cells accumulate DNA damage, which beyond a certain threshold cannot be repaired. At this point, cells can either turn cancerous, self-destruct, or enter a semi-dormant state, called senescence. Initially senescent cells were thought to be neutral bystanders that no longer make a useful biological contribution but that are harmless. However, about a decade ago, this picture began to change.

“It was found that these senescent cells secrete a whole load of junk and they’re not just bystanders but have a negative effect,” said De Keizer. He compares the cells to the toxic presence of a disruptive student in the classroom who drags down the performance of their neighbours.

Squeezing out Toxins for Immortality - 12/12/15 and

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Nicotine as a cure for various illnesses. - Purging the body of 'retired' cells could reverse ageing

03/25/17 - Vince Foster body scheduled for autopsy, vanishes from morque
Vince Foster is back in the news after it was discovered that his body, which has exhumed to be autopsied at the request of Congressman Trey Gowdy, had disappeared from the morque. The autopsy, which concluded yesterday, had already determined that the cause of Foster's death should be ruled a homicide. - Vince Foster body scheduled for autopsy, vanishes from morque

03/25/17 - Wild Lettuce as a Healthy Alternative to morphine

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Lactuca Virosa is the scientific term for it, and many people have used it in place of addictive prescription pain medicine. It’s a leafy and tall plant, with small yellow buds, and could be grown right out your door. More commonly found in North America and England, it’s a cousin to the lettuce we typically see at the grocery store. It’s also referred to as bitter lettuce, or more appropriately for the purpose discussed here, opium lettuce. The reason it’s referred to as opium lettuce, is due to the pain relieving and sedative effects that it has been known to produce through a white substance found in the stem and leaves.

This milky substance is called lactucarium. And, while it doesn’t contain any opiates, it has similar side effects when used – it acts directly on the central nervous system (CNS) to lessen the feeling of pain, just like morphine. Even though it seems to be the best kept secret, it has a history of being used as an alternative to pain relief. - Wild Lettuce as a Healthy Alternative to morphine

03/25/17 - Blood test detects cancer and pinpoints location...before symptoms appear
The test, called CancerLocator, has been developed by the University of California, and works by hunting for the DNA from tumours which circulates in the blood of cancer patients. The team discovered that tumours which arise in different parts of the body hold a distinctive ‘footprint’ which a computer can spot.

“Non-invasive diagnosis of cancer is important, as it allows the early diagnosis of cancer, and the earlier the cancer is caught, the higher chance a patient has of beating the disease,” said Professor Jasmine Zhou, co-lead author from the University of California at Los Angeles. “We have developed a computer-driven test that can detect cancer, and also identify the type of cancer, from a single blood sample. “The technology is in its infancy and requires further validation, but the potential benefits to patients are huge.”

Around 350,000 people are diagnosed with cancer in Britain each year, but 90 per cent of people will survive most types for at least five years if it is spotted early. In contrast only five to 15 per cent of people survive five years if cancer is picked up late. To create the new test, the US team built a computer database containing specific molecular patterns which occur in tissue when tumours were present. Some markers of DNA damage show up no matter which cancer is present, while others are specific to the type of tissue they originated from, such as lung of liver.

They also compiled a ‘molecular footprint’ for non-cancerous samples which can be used to give patients the all-clear. The test was checked ten times on blood samples from 29 liver cancer patients, 12 lung cancer patients and five breast cancer patients. It picked up eight out of 10 cancers, and gave a false positive on fewer than one in 100 occasions. Although the level of tumour DNA present in the blood is much lower during the early stages of these cancers, the program was still able to make a diagnosis demonstrating the potential of this method for the early detection of cancer, according to the researchers. - Blood test detects cancer and pinpoints location...before symptoms appear

03/25/17 - If You Have Sciatica or Back Pain, Take This Remedy and You’ll Never Suffer Again!
KeelyNet Medications specialized for sciatica pain provide only temporary effects, so experts recommend regular exercise and yoga stretches as the best way to treat it. Ingredients

200 ml. Milk
4 cloves of garlic
Honey (to taste)

Method of preparation: First, crush the garlic cloves, and cook them on low heat. Gradually add the milk while cooking, and as soon as it boils, remove it from heat. You can add honey to sweeten it in the end if the garlic taste is too strong for you.

Use: You should consume this remedy once daily, and the effects will be felt really soon. Garlic has potent anti-inflammatory properties which will soothe the sciatica symptoms and prevent swelling of the sciatic nerve.

To accelerate the healing, you should combine the use of this remedy with regular exercise and stretches. - If You Have Sciatica or Back Pain, Take This Remedy and You’ll Never Suffer Again!

03/25/17 - Age-reversing pill that Nasa wants to give to astronauts on Mars will begin human trials within six months
Scientists have discovered a key signalling process in DNA repair. They have used this process in the development of a drug to reverse ageing. Trials on mice found that the pill repaired DNA damage after a week. Nasa wants the new technology to protect its astronauts from solar radiation.

In theory, the anti-ageing pill could mitigate any effects of DNA damage for frequent flyers. The other group that could benefit from this work is survivors of childhood cancers. Dr Wu says 96 per cent of childhood cancer survivors suffer a chronic illness by age 45, including cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, and cancers unrelated to the original cancer. 'All of this adds up to the fact they have accelerated ageing, which is devastating,' he said. 'It would be great to do something about that, and we believe we can with this molecule.'

The experiments in mice, from a team at the University of New South Wales, suggest a treatment for these issues is possible through a new drug. While our cells can naturally repair DNA damage - such as damage caused by the sun - this ability declines with age. The scientists identified that the call signalling molecule NAD+, which is naturally present in every cell in the body, has a key role in protein interactions that control DNA repair.

Treating mice with an NAD+ 'booster' called NMN improved their cells' ability to repair DNA damage caused by radiation exposure or ageing. For the past four years, Professor Sinclair and Dr Wu have been working on making NMN into a drug substance with their companies MetroBiotech NSW and MetroBiotech International.

Squeezing out Toxins for Immortality - 12/12/15 and

04/01/14 - Aging reversed in mice equivalent of 60 to 20 regression! and

Nicotine as a cure for various illnesses. - Age-reversing pill that Nasa wants to give to astronauts on Mars will begin human trials within six months

03/25/17 - Scientists use graphene to power 'electronic skin' that can feel

03/25/17 - Townsend Avalanche secret to free energy?

03/25/17 - Wood fibers make for cheap, portable water filtration

03/25/17 - Woman dies after drinking poisonous herbal tea

03/25/17 - Trump to Republicans: Vote for Obamacare repeal or lose your seat

03/25/17 - Massive ‘anomaly’ lurks beneath ice in Antarctica

03/25/17 - HHO torch flame doesn't burn hand!

03/25/17 - Ibuprofen Can Stop Your Heart (31% Increase In Cardiac Arrest Risk)

03/25/17 - ALIEN SOLDIER spotted stalking Curiosity Rover on Mars

03/25/17 - Vibrator Maker To Pay Millions Over Claims It Secretly Tracked Use

03/25/17 - Parenthood can help you live longer in older age

03/25/17 - Crazy at the wheel: psychopathic CEOs are rife in Silicon Valley

03/25/17 - These Women Went Blind After A Florida Clinic Injected Fat Cells Into Their Eyeballs

03/25/17 - Super humans who are sexier, stronger and smarter will arrive by 2029 as brains begin to fuse with machines

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03/25/17 - AZN Nitrous Chair / Homemade Redneck Centrifuge

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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
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...3) Elimination of seasonal allergies
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........8) Weight loss
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.........10) Lighter color, less smelly urine

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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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