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London fire: Flames engulf tower block

Submitted by: Edofnor @ 01:49 AM | Wednesday, June 14, 2017 | (url: http://www.bbc.co...)

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-london-40269625
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Thirty people are in hospital and there are fears that more may be unaccounted for after a huge fire raged through the night at a west London tower block.

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The BBC's Andy Moore said the whole 24-storey block had been alight and there were fears the building might collapse.

Eyewitnesses said they saw lights - thought to be mobile phones or torches - flashing at the top of the block of flats, and trapped residents coming to their windows.

The Met Police has set up an emergency number on 0800 0961 233 for anyone concerned about friends or family.

At 06:15 BST, London Ambulance Service said 20 ambulance crews had been at the scene, 30 people had been taken to hospital, but the nature and level of their injuries was not yet clear.
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Three hours after the fire started, police said people were continuing to be evacuated from the tower.

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London Ambulance Service medics specially trained in life-saving medical care in hazardous environments have also been sent to the fire.

The first reports of fire in the tower, in Latimer Road, on the Lancaster West Estate, came in at 00:54 BST.

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According to Kensington and Chelsea Council, the tower block contains 120 flats and is 24 storeys high.

It is managed by the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation (KCTMO) on behalf of the council and had undergone a two-year, 10m refurbishment that was completed last year.

The work included new exterior cladding and a communal heating system.

The local Grenfell Action Group had claimed, before and during the refurbishment, the block constituted a fire risk and residents had warned that access to the site for emergency vehicles was "severely restricted".

The BBC has been unable to contact the property's management company...


Dino tail in amber has feathers

Submitted by: Goshin @ 02:31 PM | Thursday, December 8, 2016 | (url: http://www.nytime...)

time to remake jurassic park

While most paleontologists dig up prehistoric bones from the ground, Lida Xing hunts for fossils in the amber markets of Myanmar. In 2015, he made a remarkable find: Trapped in what looked like golden glass was the feathered tail of a dinosaur.

Along with the primitive plumage, the 99-million-year-old amber also preserved soft tissue and eight complete vertebrae. The tail bones indicated that the specimen belonged to a dinosaur that was not a prehistoric bird and also provided researchers with insight into the evolution of feathers.

This is the first time that skeletal material from a dinosaur has been found in amber, Dr. Xing, who is a paleontologist at China University of Geosciences in Beijing, said in an email. He and his colleagues published their findings Thursday in the journal Current Biology.

After performing a CT scan and microscopic analysis, Dr. Xing and his colleagues realized that the feathers did not belong to a bird because the specimens tail vertebrae were not fused into a rod, as they are in modern birds. The feathers most likely belonged to a baby nonavian theropod, meaning it looked more similar to a velociraptor or Tyrannosaurus rex than to a modern bird. That said, it was probably only about the size of a sparrow.

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With 60 Years of Data and 3000 Studies, Australia Declares Fluoride Completely Safe

Submitted by: Odio @ 03:22 PM | Thursday, October 13, 2016 | (url: http://futurism.c...)

A PRODUCT OF PATIENCE

Australias National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) finally released its verdict on fluoride in drinking water. Analysis of 60 years worth of research and 3000 studies the largest and most comprehensive study to date revealed that fluoride in drinking water does not cause cancer or lower a persons IQ, under the levels used in Australia.

It shows that community water fluoridation as its used in Australia today is effective at reducing tooth decay and is not associated with any general negative health effects, NHMRC CEO Anne Kelso announced.

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CBS breaks FEDERAL law while doing their

Submitted by: ZooL @ 07:27 PM | Monday, June 20, 2016 | (url: http://freebeacon...)

http://freebeacon.com/issues/gun-store-contacts-atf-virginia-police-undercover-cbs-news-purchase-ar-15/

The gun store where a CBS News employee purchased a gun for a segment that aired Thursday on CBS This Morning has filed a report with the Virginia State Police and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives over concerns the purchase was unlawful.

The store said they contacted the ATF after viewing the report because they feared the misdirection used by the CBS reporter constituted a straw purchase, which would be a federal crime.

The law is very clear. When you knowingly attempt to purchase a firearm with the intent of giving it to another person, you are trying to bypass the legal pathway to firearms ownership, he said. This, in itself, is a very serious crime. I do not see how any member of the press can get away with potentially committing a felony just to boost their ratings and mislead the general public.

more leftist - do as I say not as I do shit from the left msm.

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Study Finds Sexism Rampant In Nature

Submitted by: Odio @ 09:28 PM | Tuesday, May 3, 2016 | (url: http://www.theoni...)

SAN DIEGOAccording to a University of CaliforniaSan Diego study released Monday, sexism is rampant throughout the natural world, particularly among the highest classes of vertebrates.

"When we first decided to examine attitudes and behaviors toward gender roles among non-humans, we were wholly unprepared for what we would find," said Jennifer Tannen, leader of the UCSD research team, a joint venture between the school's zoology and women's studies departments. "Females living in the wild routinely fall victim to everything from stereotyping to exclusion from pack activities to sexual harassment."

Nowhere is the natural world's gender inequity more transparent, Tannen said, than in the unfair burden females assume for the rearing of offspring.

"Take the behavior of the ring-neck pheasant," Tannen said. "After mating, the male immediately abandons the hen, leaving her responsible for the total care for the chicks. For the single mother-to-be, there is no assistance, either in the form of a partner or child support. Nor is there any legal recourse. It's despicable."

Tannen said pheasants are typical of the natural world, where a mere 5 percent of animal species mate for life. Among species that do form lasting pairs, the situation barely improves: Females must remain close to the nest to incubate eggs, nurse, and keep watch over the burrow while males are free to go off hunting and fishing with their friends.

"The sexist attitude that child-rearing is 'women's work' is prevalent throughout nature and has been for generations, probably since reptiles first developed mammalian characteristics in the Triassic period," Tannen said. "Sadly, most creatures never pause to challenge these woefully outdated gender roles."

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Australia to spend over $11mn to eradicate carps by releasing herpes virus into river

Submitted by: Odio @ 10:14 AM | Monday, May 2, 2016 | (url: https://www.rt.co...)

As much as 15 million Australian dollars will be spent on funding the clearing of the Murray-Darling Basin from the countrys worst freshwater feral pest. This will be included into Tuesdays federal budget, Australian authorities said on Sunday.

Interestingly enough, the war on fish is to be waged by an unusual means the water will be contaminated with a special type of herpes, known as koi herpes.

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation scientists have been carrying out various tests for nearly a decade on other animals including chickens, mice, frogs, turtles and water dragons to determine the safety and suitability of the virus in dealing with an excessive carp population.

The virus was proven to be harmless to humans and animals, but it causes kidney failure in carps, attacks their skin and kills the fish after sitting tight in its system for about seven days.

It causes high death rates in common carp and in the ornamental koi carp. No other species of fish, including goldfish, are known to be affected by the virus, CSIRO official website says.

It affects the European carp by attacking their kidneys, their skin, their gills and stopping them breathing effectively, Australian Science Minister Christopher Pyne said, according to ABC news.

They have the virus for a week before they show any symptoms and it suddenly kills them within 24 hours, he added.

Its been calculated that the carp-control program planned to be launched in 2018 will kill 95 percent of the targeted fish over the next 30 years.

The project cant be brought to life right away since it is still to be determined how to deal with dead bodies most effectively. A significant part of the budgeting is to be spent specifically on a clean-up program.

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Thousands of ancient Egyptian texts have just been deciphered, revealing hangover cur

Submitted by: Odio @ 03:57 PM | Friday, March 4, 2016 | (url: http://www.scienc...)

In January 1897, British archaeology students Bernard Grenfell and Arthur Hunt dug into what they thought was a simple sand dune at the site of the ancient Egyptian city of Oxyrhynchus, about 200 km south of Cairo.

Pretty soon they realised there was nothing simple about what they were excavating - theyd uncovered an ancient rubbish dump, from which more than 500,000 fragments of Egyptian papyrus were eventually extracted. But the problem with finding so many documents is that someone actually has to read them all.

Between 1898 and 2012, academics managed to transcribe just over 5,000 of the 500,000 documents that are now housed by the Sackler Library in Oxford and owned by the Egypt Exploration Society in London. That means it took them more than a century to transcribe 1 percent of the documents.

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RANDOM COOL WESBITE OF THE DAY.ISSUE#1

Submitted by: ZooL @ 04:56 PM | Thursday, March 3, 2016 | (url: http://www.jsan9....)

ITS GETTING BORED AROUND HERE. NEED SOMETHING NEW.

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Dem Senator sent up for 5 years for ARMS SMUGGLING

Submitted by: ZooL @ 04:41 PM | Thursday, February 25, 2016 | (url: http://nypost.com...)

http://nypost.com/2016/02/25/pro-gun-control-politician-sent-to-prison-for-gun-trafficking/
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Ching Chung Smarllllllllllllllllllllllllllll gun
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The probe also snared Raymond Shrimp Boy Chow, a flamboyant leader of a Chinese fraternal organization, the Ghee Kung Tong.
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ZooL say: why are our senators arming chinks in the USA...could it be an effort by the Chinese to arm their secret army that they are building in the USA right under your multicultural cuck noses.
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*slanty eyes intensifies*
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Remember look over there>>>> Black lives matter
Pay no attention to the leftists trying to bring down Europe and the USA.
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Tailoring nanoparticle designs to target cancer based on tumor pathophysiology

Submitted by: Odio @ 12:47 PM | Sunday, February 21, 2016 | (url: http://www.pnas.o...)

Significance

Nanotechnology is a promising approach for improving cancer diagnosis and treatment with reduced side effects. A key question that has emerged is: What is the ideal nanoparticle size, shape, or surface chemistry for targeting tumors? Here, we show that tumor pathophysiology and volume can significantly impact nanoparticle targeting. This finding presents a paradigm shift in nanomedicine away from identifying and using a universal nanoparticle design for cancer detection and treatment. Rather, our results suggest that future clinicians will be capable of tailoring nanoparticle designs according to the patient's tumor characteristics. This concept of personalized nanomedicine was tested for detection of prostate tumors and was successfully demonstrated to improve nanoparticle targeting by over 50%.



UK wants authority to serve warrants in U.S.

Submitted by: ZooL @ 02:58 PM | Saturday, February 6, 2016 | (url: http://www.usatod...)

WASHINGTON - British and U.S. officials have been negotiating a plan that could allow British authorities to directly serve wiretap orders on U.S. communications companies in criminal and national security inquiries, U.S. officials confirmed Thursday


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WASHINGTON - British and U.S. officials have been negotiating a plan that could allow British authorities to directly serve wiretap orders on U.S. communications companies in criminal and national security inquiries, U.S. officials confirmed Thursday
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Prepare for globalism and one world tyranny. If they can't get you under one set of laws they can get you under someone elses.


Fossil Daddy Longlegs Sports a 99-Million-Year Erection

Submitted by: Odio @ 11:19 AM | Wednesday, February 3, 2016 | (url: http://news.natio...)

For one well-endowed harvestman, death could not have come at a more inconvenient time.

The ancient arachnid entombed in amber has a massive erection that has persisted for 99 million years, after dying in the throes of arousal.

Based on the uniquely structured penis, which grew to be nearly half the length of the male's body when fully erect, researchers suggest the fossil represents a new, extinct family of harvestmen.

The study was published in The Science of Nature last Thursday, according to National Geographic, and researchers are saying this bizarre find is the first of its kind.

'This is the first record of a male copulatory organ of this nature preserved in amber and is of special importance due to the age of the deposit,' the authors write in the abstract.

The erect specimen, a relative of daddy long legs known as Halitherses grimaldii, is encased in Burmese amber of Myanmar, which trapped the living creature in oozing tree resin before solidifying to preserve him in eternal arousal.

'It must have been in an amorous state to have it out like this,' Ron Clouse of the American Museum of Natural History, who wasn't involved with the study, told National Geographic.

'This poor animal.'

Harvestmen have lived on earth for more than 400 million years, and researchers look to them to understand the spread of early life across the shifting landmasses,

Differentiating between the types can be difficult, as many evolved to look the same, but this well-preserved penis offers a more precise method if identification.

'Different families, and even species, [of harvestmen] can have a characteristic penis shape,' study leader Jason Dunlop, of the Berlin Museum for Natural History, told National Geographic.

'It might be the case that the animal was struggling as it was trapped in the tree resin,' Dunlop told National Geographic, 'and that this caused the blood pressure to shoot up and the penis to become squeezed out accidentally.'

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Nato Country TURKEY supports ISIS and death. Russian Proof released

Submitted by: ZooL @ 07:11 PM | Wednesday, December 2, 2015 | (url: http://www.infowa...)

http://www.infowars.com/russia-presents-evidence-of-turkish-support-for-the-islamic-state/

On Wednesday the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces presented evidence demonstrating Turkish involvement in funding the Islamic State.

http://syria.mil.ru/news/more.htm?id=12070708@cmsArticle
Shit ton of video^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Obama Supports ISIS and ISLAM

OBAMA IS A MUSLIM.


The so called U.S 'troubled' by Russian move to shield its self from Commie Soros

Submitted by: ZooL @ 06:31 PM | Tuesday, December 1, 2015 | (url: http://www.nation...)

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http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2015/11/250158.htm
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We are deeply troubled by Russias continued restrictions against civil society organizations in Russia. Todays designation of the Open Society Foundations and the Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation as so-called undesirable organizations will only further restrict the work of civil society in Russia for the benefit of the Russian people. This action is yet another example of the Russian Governments growing crackdown on independent voices and a deliberate step to further isolate the Russian people from the world.

We continue to be concerned about increasing restrictions on independent media, civil society, members of minority groups, and those seeking a voice in their government. Russians, like people everywhere, deserve an open marketplace of ideas, transparent and accountable governance, equal treatment under the law, and the ability to exercise their rights without fear of retribution. We urge the Government of Russia to uphold its international obligations and commitments to respect the freedoms of expression, peaceful assembly, and association, and the rule of law.

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The King Of formerly known as England everybody, give him a hand

Submitted by: ZooL @ 04:03 PM | Monday, November 23, 2015 | (url: http://www.msn.co...)

Prince Charles has spoken exclusively to Sky News about his ongoing concerns about climate change, saying he believes there are links to the current refugee crisis and terrorism.

In his only interview ahead of COP21, the UN's climate summit which opens next Monday, the Prince of Wales suggested that environmental issues may have been one of the root causes of the problems in Syria.

He said: "We're seeing a classic case of not dealing with the problem, because, I mean, it sounds awful to say, but some of us were saying 20 years ago that if we didn't tackle these issues, you would see ever greater conflict over scarce resources and ever greater difficulties over drought, and the accumulating effect of climate change, which means that people have to move.

"And, in fact, there's very good evidence indeed that one of the major reasons for this horror in Syria, funnily enough, was a drought that lasted for about five or six years, which meant that huge numbers of people in the end had to leave the land."



WATCH THE VIDEO AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.



THEY BROUGHT OUT THE KING... TO TOUT THEIR LIES AND INSANITY

FUCK THE KING ...GOD SAVE US

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