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Oct 19 22:34

Picasso’s Self-Portraits from Age 15 - 90

Pablo Picasso is widely regarded as one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century. He is known for co-founding the Cubist movement, the invention of assemblage, the co-invention of collage, and for the wide variety of styles that he helped pioneered.

Oct 19 22:31

The Enduring Mystery of the World's Most Well-Preserved Ancient Human

The Lady of Dai, also known as The Diva Mummy, is a 2,100-year-old mummy from the Western Han Dynasty and is the world's best preserved ancient human ever discovered. Just how this incredible level of preservation was accomplished has baffled and amazed scientists around the world.

Oct 19 22:29

The Gentleman's Guide to Amputating Arms

Spewed from the depths of the internet archive is this somewhat funny poster. From what we know of the grim and weird medical practices of the past, this could very well be real.

Oct 19 21:55

Antarctica: How ‘surprising discovery’ stunned scientists drilling 2,400ft below ice

ANTARCTICA researchers got a shock when they made a “surprising discovery” after drilling 2,400 feet below the Ross Ice Shelf in 2015.

Antarctica is Earth’s southernmost continent where the geographic South Pole is located. The frozen desert is home to some 1,000 scientists who live in the blistering conditions that reach -90C at times, as they attempt to understand more about the history of Earth and climate change. Among them are researchers from the National Science Foundation (SFS), who made an astonishing find after drilling into the Ross Ice Sheet in West Antarctica four years ago.

The team used state-of-the-art technology to drill down some 2,400 feet, revealing a thriving ecosystem.

Oct 19 21:51

NO life on Mars! NASA shuts down claim by former employee that agency found evidence of aliens on the Red Planet in 1976 after he published a shocking op-ed

A NASA spokesperson rebutted claims from Gilbert Levin, a NASA employee who helped to spearhead the agency's first trip to Mars in 1976.

'The collective general opinion of the large majority of the scientific community does not believe the results of the Viking experiments alone rise to the level of extraordinary evidence," a NASA spokesman Allard Beutel told Fox.

Oct 19 21:49

‘Dismal’ Bitcoin Volumes Could Signal A Perfect Storm

Bitcoin trading volume among the top ten biggest bitcoin and crypto exchanges has fallen to under $200 million a day, according to bitcoin and crypto data company Messari, down 20-fold from a peak of $4 billion per day just a few months ago.

"Across all crypto venues, volumes are dismal," eToro's senior market analyst Mati Greenspan wrote in a Twitter thread, sparking industry concern.

"This is a giant lull in crypto volumes across the board."

Oct 19 21:14

Babylon wrecked by war

Troops from the US-led force in Iraq have caused widespread damage and severe contamination to the remains of the ancient city of Babylon, according to a damning report released today by the British Museum.

John Curtis, keeper of the museum's Ancient Near East department and an authority on Iraq's many archaeological sites, found "substantial damage" on an investigative visit to Babylon last month.

The ancient city has been used by US and Polish forces as a military depot for the past two years, despite objections from archaeologists.

"This is tantamount to establishing a military camp around the Great Pyramid in Egypt or around Stonehenge in Britain," says the report, which has been seen by the Guardian.

Oct 19 21:09

Turkish bombing damages 3,000-year-old temple in northern Syria

Turkish airstrikes against Kurdish forces have partially destroyed a 3,000-year-old temple in northern Syria, according to a monitoring group and the Syrian regime.

The neo-Hittite temple of Ain Dara was built in around 1300 BC and is famous for its elaborate images of lions and sphinxes.

The temple was at least 60 per cent destroyed by Turkish forces as they attacked the Kurdish-held area of Afrin, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said.

Pictures posted online by the group appeared to show part of the temple had been reduced to rubble.

Oct 19 19:50

I Don't Love Him, I'm Just Desperate | Redonkulas.com

It's bad Popp on another rant!

But Giulia Simolo will never admit it.
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Oct 19 19:43

Women & The Death of Femininity

Hardened men make for attractive men, for toughness is a trait that men and women alike covet in men. Almost all respect a hardened man even when they dislike him. At the same time, hardened women make for utterly repulsive beings. They do not inspire desire nor respect, merely alienation. Hardening is conducive to the cultivation of masculinity, but to femininity it is toxic.
Women are taught to debauch their femininity in pursuit of power and social acceptance under the rule of feminist dogma. They all too unwittingly realise not what they give up by capitulating to feminism.

Oct 19 19:31

Beto O'Rourke Announces Support for Menstrual Equity Act on National Period Day

OH! Gross! What a Mangina!
We are the laughing stock of the World!

Not to be outdone by Cory Booker's "women are people" moment in the last debate, Beto O'Rourke decided to virtue signal his pro-woman accolades on Saturday by tweeting that "women across America don’t have access to the period products they need," and since it is #National Period Day (who knew that was a thing?), that "men need to join women in demanding real change." Beto wants "real change" and identifies as a man for the moment (at least until he needs a Hail Mary for his campaign) and he's announced his support for the Menstrual Equity Act.

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Oct 19 19:20

More Research Suggesting Blue Light Might Be Making You Age Faster (In Addition to Causing Anxiety, Insomnia, Macular Degeneration, and Blindness)

By B.N. Frank

Research has determined that exposure to blue light from LED light bulbs and screens can cause a multitude of health issues. Unfortunately, despite this research, the reality is that exposure is now very difficult – if not impossible to avoid.

American Medical Association and American Academy of Pediatrics have warned that exposure to blue light from screens is particularly hard on children. The American Medical Association and other medical experts have also been warning about the health impacts to all of us from LED streetlights.

A recent article from Fast Company supports similar depressing research about exposure – it may also age us faster...

Oct 19 18:54

Reinstating Justice in a Climate of Diminishing Rights

By Janet Phelan

It is clear to many who are inflicted with abuses by our legal system that we are dealing with state-sponsored crimes. Judges are breaking the law all too often in their actions on the bench and have immunity for so doing. Prosecutorial misconduct has become rampant and police seem to have a “Get out of Jail Free” card for many of their crimes against citizens, including murder. It is generally the case, with a few well-publicized exceptions, that the FBI and DOJ are passing on state-sponsored crimes.

Statists will argue that we have not yet pushed the right button. We have not filed the right pleadings, we have not gone to the right law enforcement agency, we have not gone to the right legislator.

Non-statist solutions are beginning to emerge. A few will be highlighted here...

Oct 19 18:46

‘Russians will have a fight on their hands!’ Alaska governor vows to thwart ‘independence referendum & annexation’ in prank call

Can you say dumber than a box of rocks!
To be a politician in America you must have an IQ matching the temperature of an ice cube!

Governor Mike Dunleavy said he was aware of Moscow’s plan to stage an independence referendum to reclaim Alaska, and promised to arrange a gold nugget for the visiting Ukrainian leader, in a phone call with Russian pranksters.

The duo of pranksters informed Dunleavy of a sinister plan, masterminded by the Kremlin, to reclaim Alaska.

The two tricksters behind the prank, Alexey Stolyarov and Vladimir Kuznetsov, otherwise known as Lexus and Vovan, have made a name for themselves with a series of phone pranks on high-profile officials, previously getting over on French President Emmanuel Macron, Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff, as well as former US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, then UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and hawkish US special envoy to Venezuela Elliott Abrams.

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