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Charles “Chuck” Hill
Works at Veritable Networks Inc
Attended Oklahoma Christian University
Lives in Dallas, TX
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In defense of all the time I spend watching funny internet video clips:
Joyful laughter and meditation look similar in the brain, new research suggests. A small study from Loma Linda University researchers shows that when people engage in humor-associated mirthful laughter, their brain wave frequencies are similar to...
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http://www.mixcloud.com/  Putting this here for when Pandora starts to grate on me.
Listen to the best DJs and radio presenters in the world
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Did you feel that earthquake at 3:10 p.m.?
The US Geological Survey confirms what you probably felt if you live in North Texas: There was a pretty decent-sized earthquake at 3:10 p.m. It was a 3.5-magnitude quake, reports…
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Please, we have a constant rumble up in here.  :D
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To get Christmas ideas, I looked at the top Google searches.  Bethany Mota?  Dream on!  Shaving kits?  Now that's a possiblity.  Sweater dresses.  Hrmm.  Apple watch?  How much is that?  What is a "piyo" workout?  http://www.google.com/trends/2014/
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I just watched part of a PiYo workout. . . got it.  Pilates AND Yoga.  Cool.
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Damn you Charles, I've been staring at this for a good minute!
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#magrecon  This is a 2 year science mission to collect sensor data within the magnetic lines in the Earth's magnetosphere.  These four probes will be deployed in a pyramid shape to provide a 3 dimensional view of magnetic lines in space plasma. The idea is to observe when magnetic lines disconnect and reconnect as solar winds perturb the magnetosphere of Earth.  Magnetic reconnection produces jets of very high energy particles and affect "space weather".  These probes each have 96 gigabytes of hardened flash memory and interesting data from these highly sensitive instruments is selectively downloaded. Understanding the magnetic reconnection phenomena will also help us understand the same process which happens on the sun producing solar flares.
 
MMS mission to study a universal force of nature: magnetic reconnection On March 12, NASA’s Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) spacecraft are scheduled to launch aboard an Atlas V rocket to begin a two-year investigation of one of the most basic and…
On March 12, NASA’s Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) spacecraft are scheduled to launch aboard an Atlas V rocket to begin a two-year investigation of ...
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Here's an article about cold fusion without a punchline. Did it just get real?

http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2015-01/30/cold-fusion-energy-advances-2015
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You should sit in meditation for twenty minutes every day — unless you’re too busy; then you should sit for an hour.
~ Zen proverb
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+Skrillex FanPage​​ was in the neighborhood last night and I danced my feet off til well past 4am to an odd but great blend of electro, deep house, hip hop and signature Skrillex heavy beats. That dude has an amazing amount of energy and I could tell he loves the music.
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This was the afterparty.  Not expensive.
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This adds a twist to everything I thought about heredity and evolution.
 
Transgenics abound in nature

Aeon has a fine piece collecting the current knowledge on how pervasive gene-swapping among species truly is.  Thus one of the major tenets of anti-GMO activism evaporates:

”Genetic promiscuity is far more prevalent in nature than we realised. This fact alone is not an argument in favour of GMOs; simply because something occurs in nature without assistance from humans does not mean it is inherently good or bad. Confronted with this fact, however, we can no longer pretend that gene-mixing between species is ‘unnatural’, that it is some misguided practice that would never exist if not for our meddling latex-gloved hands. We did not invent gene transfer; DNA did.“
Genes that leap from one species to another are more common than we thought. Does this shake up the tree of life?
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    1993
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  • Veritable Networks Inc
    Principal Network Analyst, 2012 - present
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Irving, TX - Idabel, OK - Edmond, OK - Oklahoma City, OK - Kansas City, MO - Fort Worth, TX - Irving, TX - Weatherford, OK - Lawton, OK - Durant, OK
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This beach is free, and has a bit of gravel, so lake shoes or flip flops are a good idea. The water is shallow and the bottom is mostly sandy. There is a large grassy area for playing ball or flying a kite. There are some covered picnic tables with grills and free parking, albeit limited. The bathrooms near the gate have flush toilets and the grounds are well kept. I liked this place overall, and it's a great free place to hang out with the family, play, and cool off on a hot day. The wind surfers, kite surfers, paddle boat/board folks were having a lot of fun. The beach has few large rocks, so some people tied their boat up here for breaks between tubing sessions.
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