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Texas Governor Greg Abott has placed the state on high alert:  Barack Obama is invading the state on July 15th. Officials in the state of Texas were alerted to Obama’s master plan to start a Civil War in America.  While riling up racial tensions as seen in Baltimore, Maryland, and Ferguson, Missouri, out west Obama …
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Fucking finally! I was waiting for this. 
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this is what happened in BART today

metal fatigue's a bitch
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Lol BART needs to GOML
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He's on such a roll
 
As much as I can't stand bigots, they sure are fun to piss off. 
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Just need Allah weighing in to take it up a notch.
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Last week, as you may or may not have heard, a guy named Jack Ely passed away at the age of 71. The name may not be that familiar, but the voice almost certainly. Jack Ely was -- fairly briefly -- the lead singer of the Kingsmen, and happened to do...
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This was the most legit shit I've seen all year. I adore our local monks. I'm going to go to the temple and see of they do this.
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So this nitwit's running for president. If he's elected, I give up. I won't even appear on toast in the U.S. anymore.
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Lol! I have a pic of his nephew all fucked up one night when we were all at a rave. My friend used to date him
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Scientists Create Solid Light

http://www.iflscience.com/physics/crystallized-light-reveals-potential

On a late summer afternoon it can seem like sunlight has turned to honey, but could liquid, or even solid light be more than a piece of poetry? Princeton University electrical engineers say not only is it possible, they've already made it happen.

In Physical Review X, the researchers reveal that they have locked individual photons together so that they become like a solid object.

"It's something that we have never seen before," says Dr. Andrew Houck, an associate professor of electrical engineering and one of the researchers. "This is a new behavior for light."

The researchers constructed what they call an “artificial atom” made of 100 billion atoms engineered to act like a single unit. They then brought this close to a superconducting wire carrying photons. In one of the almost incomprehensible behaviors unique to the quantum world, the atom and the photons became entangled so that properties passed between the “atom” and the photons in the wire. The photons started to behave like atoms, correlating with each other to produce a single oscillating system.

As some of the photons leaked into the surrounding environment, the oscillations slowed and at a critical point started producing quantum divergent behavior. In other words, like Schroedinger's Cat, the correlated photons could be in two states at once.

"Here we set up a situation where light effectively behaves like a particle in the sense that two photons can interact very strongly," said co-author Dr. Darius Sadri. "In one mode of operation, light sloshes back and forth like a liquid; in the other, it freezes."

As cool as it is to produce solidified light, the team was not acting out of curiosity alone. When connected together the photons of light behave like subatomic particles, but are in some ways easier to study. Consequently, the team is hoping to use the solid light to simulate subatomic behavior.

Attempts to model the behavior of large numbers of particles usually use statistical mechanics, and often simplify by assuming no interaction between particles and a system at equilibrium. However, in a point we can all relate to, Houck and his colleagues note, “The world around us is rarely in equilibrium.” The solidified light offers a chance to observe a subatomic system as it starts to diverge from equilibrium, with potential for a basic understanding of how these systems operate.

The system created so far is very simple, with the light entangled with the atom at two points. However, it should be possible to increase this, greatly expanding the complexity and range of possibilities of what is being constructed.

As well as providing an easy-to-study model of atomic systems that actually exist, Houck and his team hope the frozen light could be made to behave like materials that do not exist, but have been hypothesised by physicists, allowing them to explore how these things would react if they were real.
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+Michael Interbartolo I thought you might wanna see this :)
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Now that the Wisconsin GOP and its allies have rammed though an American Legislative Exchange Council "right to work" (RTW) bill, the same cast of characters is back pushing another ALEC model: repeal of the state’s prevailing wage laws. These laws require public construction projects to support local wage standards instead of undercutting them.
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He's a little bit rapey isn't he..?
AFTER 13 years McDonald’s iconic burger thief has returned to his life of crime — but he’s no longer the red-haired, one-toothed child you used to know.
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huehuehuehue no matter what happens 
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Go to the OP, it's pretty funny
 
Who did he think he was fucking with?
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I don't even want to know what this copywriter was thinking about when they put this ad together. Or how it made it past the approval committee. 

Apparently this ad can be found in today's +The Telegraph...

#copywriting  
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You probably don't shave your balls, I think that might be important 
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