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Gagarin Miljkovich
"The earth is the cradle of humankind, but one cannot live in the cradle forever." - Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, 1895
"The earth is the cradle of humankind, but one cannot live in the cradle forever." - Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, 1895
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Nyårsfyrverkerier förra helgen: Gott Nytt År 2017 från nyårsfirandet i Blackebergs-parken i Bromma. Håll för örona, för nu smäller och visslar det! :)

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"As 70 years pass by, everything will be gone. But what cannot disappear, is the hatred towards war."

These poignant words were spoken by 99-year-old Kaname Harada, a former Japanese fighter pilot, as he reflected on his country's wartime past seven decades after two atomic bombs brought World War II to an end.

"There is nothing more miserable than war in this world. We should raise our voices to let the next generation become aware of this, and ask to them to maintain peace," Harada said. "This is the least I can do to atone for the bad feelings I have."


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Astronomers Have Discovered an Invisible Dark Matter Galaxy

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Gott Nytt År 2017 från nyårsfirandet i Blackebergs-parken i Bromma.

Håll för örona, för nu smäller och visslar det! :)

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Great message!

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Could be on Mars!

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Facebook may be able to censor anything it wants as per a secret trade proposal.

Under the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA), one of several internet-related proposals being pushed is to grant an online service platform like Facebook the power to censor content without needing to accept any legal liability or public accountability. The proposal will also protect companies from having to declare their source code to government regulators.

It goes on to say that activists will be able to do little about the situation as the public is banned from the TiSA negotiations as any changes made are only broadcast through official statements of the negotiating parties. Even then these do not mention some of TiSA's critical aspects.

"The proposals on privatised censorship are particularly worrying," said Joe McNamee, Executive Director of the European digital rights group EDRi. "Creating a power to undermine our free speech with no accountability is reckless and contrary to literally all relevant provisions of international law."

https://edri.org/new-leaks-confirm-tisa-undermine-civil-liberties/

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