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Hank Roth
Worked at National Security & Voice Security Analyst at White House and JCS at Pentagon
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Breaking News
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Relativistic jets travel at close to the speed of light, making them one of the fastest astronomical objects known.

Large Hubble survey reported in AJ just a few hours ago (May 28, 2015) confirms link between mergers and supermassive black holes with relativistic jets

In the most extensive survey of its kind ever conducted, a team of scientists have found an unambiguous link between the presence of supermassive black holes that power high-speed, radio-signal-emitting jets and the merger history of their host galaxies. Almost all of the galaxies hosting these jets were found to be merging with another galaxy, or to have done so recently. The results lend significant weight to the case for jets being the result of merging black holes and will be presented in the Astrophysical Journal.

The Astrophysical Journal is the foremost research journal in the world devoted to recent developments, discoveries, and theories in astronomy and astrophysics. Many of the classic discoveries of the twentieth century have first been reported in the Journal.
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Stunning "Rainbow Lorikeet"
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Polish Hate

A majority of respondents in a recent Polish national survey believe that there is a Jewish conspiracy to control international banking and the media. And 90% of these Poles say they've never met a Jew.

The national study, conducted by the Center for Research on Prejudice at Warsaw University, found that in Poland, the belief in a Jewish conspiracy remains high 63% in 2013 and relatively unchanged from 2009 when 65% of respondents held this belief.

The study also found an 8 percent increase in more traditional forms of anti-Semitism, including blaming Jews for the murder of Jesus Christ and the belief that Christian blood is used in Jewish rituals. Some 23% were found to hold such traditional, religious-based beliefs about Jews.

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not much changes in the world of hate
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Arctic Wolf

The Arctic Wolf is a sub-species of the Grey Wolf and is native to the Arctic regions of North America and Greenland.  Because of the isolation of their native habitat, they are not threatened by hunting or habitat destruction like their southern relatives. However, industrial development (mines, roads and pipeline construction) is gradually encroaching on their native territory, and will most likely interfere with food supplies, in the future. The Arctic Wolf is the only sub-species of wolf that is not classified as threatened.

They are smaller than Grey Wolves and typically grow to a length of 3 to 5.9 feet (including tail) and a max weight of 99 to 154 pounds.  In the wild, the Arctic Wolf survives mainly on muskox, arctic hares and caribou.
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It could have been much better. The VA has not been a good experience. It is a constant battle.
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Withdrawal from morphine can feel like a bad bout of flu. Those who have been prescribed morphine for pain management frequently experience flu like symptoms such as a runny nose, sneezing, chills, coughing, body ache, loss of appetite, nausea etc when they finish their prescribed course of morphine doses. There could also be hot flashes, muscle twitching, dizziness and general feeling of being unwell. Panic attacks, feelings of anxiety and depression, insomnia and changes in appetite are also commonly seen.

Prescriptions such as buprenorphine, methadone, naltrexone, clonidine can help ease the physical symptoms of morphine withdrawal. It is important to drink plenty of fluids to replenish water lost by way of sweating, diarrhea, vomiting and the flu symptoms. Over-the-counter medications or treatments like NSAIDs, hot pads, hot creams, or massage oill can also help. In addition, you could try some alternative therapies; principally to help center and focus your energies on recovery from morphine addiction.

Patients who don’t responsibly manage their morphine intake can expect to experience a variety of complications, including: memory loss, dizziness, confusion, fainting, seizures, respiratory problems, constipation, decreased sex drive, and interference in the menstrual cycle, etc. Once patients experience these symptoms, it is likely that they need professional help.

Morphine detox is like  having a very bad case of the flu, .....drippy nose, diarrhea, cramps, profuse sweating, shivering, really bad body odor, restless legs, achy joints that lasts minimally from 5-7 days.

Stay Positive

DRINK A LOT OF WATER

Hank Roth

P.S. I hate to say it, but getting off the opiates may be the easiest part; it's staying off that is hard.
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Same with nicotine.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this film which I watched for the first time during the Memorial weekend. It is heavy on the scientific theory side.

In Earth's future, a global crop blight and second Dust Bowl are slowly rendering the planet uninhabitable. Professor Brand (Michael Caine), a brilliant NASA physicist, is working on plans to save mankind by transporting Earth's population to a new home via a wormhole. But first, Brand must send former NASA pilot Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) and a team of researchers through the wormhole and across the galaxy to find out which of three planets could be mankind's new home.

http://www.interstellarmovie.net/

http://orig.screenrant.com/interstellar-reviews-movie-2014/

"In the not-too-distant future of Interstellar, Earth has been ravaged by an environmental disaster known as the Blight – forcing humanity to abandon technology and the dreams of discovery, in order to focus on basic survival. To that end, former NASA pilot Cooper (Matthew McConaughey), a widowed father of two, is now a farmer tasked with growing one of the planet’s last remaining sustainable crops: corn. In a time when humankind has been asked to put aside personal desire in the interest of a greater good, Cooper has attempted to make peace with farm life, providing for his teenage children, Tom (Timothée Chalamet) and Murph (Mackenzie Foy), as well as his aging father-in-law (John Lithgow). Yet, even as conditions become increasingly dire on Earth, Cooper’s thirst for scientific discovery remains."

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– albeit drama that is buoyed by high-minded science fiction scenarios and arresting visuals. Nolan relies heavily on lengthy scenes of surface-level exposition, where characters debate or outright explain complicated physics and philosophical ideas, to educate the audience and ruminate on humanity (both good and bad) in the face of death and destruction."

The movie's storytelling masterstroke comes from adherence to principles of relativity: the astronauts perceive time differently depending on where Endurance is, which means that when they go down onto a prospective habitable world, a few minutes there equal weeks or months back on the ship. Meanwhile, on Earth, everyone is aging and losing hope. Under such circumstances, even tedious housekeeping-type exchanges become momentous: one has to think twice before arguing about what to do next, because while the argument is happening, people elsewhere are going grey, or suffering depression from being alone, or withering and dying. Here, more so than in any other Nolan film (and that's saying a lot), time is everything. "I'm an old physicist," Brand tells Cooper early in the film. "I'm afraid of time." Time is something we all fear. There's a ticking clock governing every aspect of existence, from the global to the familial. Every act by every character is an act of defiance, born of a wish to not go gently. (into the good nigh)
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A fine movie, beautiful to behold. It draws upon two other classic sci fi movies. The father daughter relationship, similar to Contact (1997) which also stared McConaughey, and 2001 a space odyssey  (1968)
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Suffering From Tragedies of Our Discontent

We spend our lives living from tragedy to tragedy - "suffering from tragedies that never occur" (Mark Twain)

There’s even a process we’re expected to follow:  denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.  These stages were defined by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross in her book On Death and Dying as the 5 Stages of Dealing with Catastrophic Loss, later popularized as the 5 Stages of Grief.  You can find many variations on this, but the basic pattern is that we must experience the pain of the loss and then (hopefully) get over it and move on.

"Now is the winter of our discontent" are the opening words of the play that lay the groundwork for the portrait of Richard as a discontented man who is unhappy in a world that hates him."  Here it is an expression of  a discontented life. ("Richard personify mirrors the playwright's view of the state of the English nation during the Wars of the Roses.")

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“To be alive at all is to have scars. ”
― John Steinbeck, The Winter of Our Discontent

Why do we find happiness so elusive and tragedy so ubiquitous?

Why hasn't national selection eliminated the tragedy that accompanies discontent?

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Why do we find happiness so elusive and tragedy so ubiquitous?
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"Cuttlefish" (Sea Cuttles) are the kings of camouflage; they can change the color and texture of their skin to look like coral, rocks, a sand floor and even an awesome lava lamp. Host Torah Kachur explains these incredible animals.

Squid, cuttlefish and octopuses are masters of camouflage, capable of changing their skin colors and patterns in the blink of an eye. And they may not even need their eyes to do it.

Two new studies, published this week in the Journal of Experimental Biology, find that cephalopod skin is chock-full of light-sensing cells typically found in eyes that help them "see." The cells likely send signals to alter skin coloration without involving the central nervous system, the researchers said.

Octopuses and giant squids have captivated humans for centuries. Big head, predatory beak, prominent eyes and many dexterous limbs. They sprawl in myths and nightmares. (Medieval sailors got their rum bottles in knots just thinking about them.) They undulate, fold, change appearances and make jet-propelled getaways with smokescreen just like a James Bond movie.
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HANK ROTH, LL.B - Veteran - National Security - Army Security - (Voice Security Cryptologist/Analyst): White House (WHACA) for President of the U.S. and War Room for Chiefs of Staff at Pentagon (JCS) and alternate Pentagon (AJCS) in Md. and at alternate White House at Camp Crystal (Mt Weather) and Camp David and COMZREAR Orleans, France - Retired NFA appraiser and Real Estate Developer
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