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She runs on elitist fear
 
i just found her having no keen quality of a strong leadership - the way she's leaning toward the israel and being blind to its war crimes, and etc. tells it all about her weakness, just like another obama.
'Why is any attempt to get Senator Professor Warren into the 2016 presidential race a bad idea, and why do I think that many of the people floating the notion don't have her best political interests at heart? Because, on the very issues on which she built her career, the country doesn't have the analytical skills god gave a stone, that's why.' Charles Pierce, Esquire
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First of all, Israel has not committed war crimes.  War crimes have been committed against Israel.  Second, I so hope this woman runs.
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Hubble Sees 'Ghost Light' From Dead Galaxies | NASA
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has picked up the faint, ghostly glow of stars ejected from ancient galaxies that were gravitationally ripped apart several billion years ago. The mayhem happened 4 billion light-years away, inside an immense collection of nearly 500 galaxies nicknamed "Pandora's Cluster," also known as Abell 2744. The scattered stars are no longer bound to any one galaxy, and drift freely between galaxies in the cluster.

By observing the light from the orphaned stars, Hubble astronomers have assembled forensic evidence that suggests as many as six galaxies were torn to pieces inside the cluster over a stretch of 6 billion years. Computer modeling of the gravitational dynamics among galaxies in a cluster suggest that galaxies as big as our Milky Way are the likely candidates as the source of the stars. The doomed galaxies would have been pulled apart like taffy if they plunged through the center of the galaxy cluster where gravitational tidal forces are strongest. Astronomers have long hypothesized that the light from scattered stars should be detectable after such galaxies are disassembled. However, the predicted "intracluster" glow of stars is very faint and was therefore a challenge to identify.

"The Hubble data revealing the ghost light are important steps forward in understanding the evolution of galaxy clusters," said Ignacio Trujillo of the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC), La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain, one of the researchers involved in this study of Abell 2744. "It is also amazingly beautiful in that we found the telltale glow by utilizing Hubble's unique capabilities."

"The results are in good agreement with what has been predicted to happen inside massive galaxy clusters," added Mireia Montes of the IAC, lead author of the paper published in the Oct. 1 issue of The Astrophysical Journal.

The team estimates that the combined light of about 200 billion outcast stars contributes approximately 10 percent of the cluster's brightness.

Because these extremely faint stars are brightest at near-infrared wavelengths of light, the team emphasized that this type of observation could only be accomplished with Hubble's infrared sensitivity to extraordinarily dim light.

Hubble measurements determined that the phantom stars are rich in heavier elements like oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen. This means the scattered stars must be second- or third-generation stars that were enriched with the elements forged in the hearts of the universe's first-generation stars. Spiral galaxies—like the ones believed to be torn apart—can sustain ongoing star formation that creates chemically enriched stars.

With the mass of 4 trillion suns, Abell 2744 is a target in the Frontier Fields program. This ambitious three-year effort teams Hubble and NASA's other Great Observatories to look at select massive galaxy clusters to help astronomers probe the remote universe. Galaxy clusters are so massive that their gravity deflects light passing through them, magnifying, brightening, and distorting light in a phenomenon called gravitational lensing. Astronomers exploit this property of space to use the clusters as a zoom lens to magnify the images of far-more-distant galaxies that otherwise would be too faint to be seen.

Montes' team used the Hubble data to probe the environment of the foreground cluster itself. There are five other Frontier Fields clusters in the program, and the team plans to look for the eerie "ghost light" in these clusters, too.

Credit: NASA, ESA, M. Montes (IAC), and J. Lotz, M. Mountain, A. Koekemoer, and the HFF Team (STScI)

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Egypt Removes 1165 families And Destroys Their Homes -- And the World Yawns

From an email:

"Israel TV have been showing the massive destruction of hundreds of homes by the Egyptians as they create a 500 meter buffer zone with Gaza on their side of the ...border.

1165 families have been removed as their homes are destroyed.
Isn't it strange that this is a yawn for the Western media. Not worth a mention. No angry street demonstrations. No condemnation by UN human rights organizations. No criticism by the Obama Administration. Nothing. There's no Jewish state to blame and accuse of terrible crimes.

It has to be said that the Egyptians were uncovering Hamas tunnels as they cleared the area, which was part of the reason for the operation.

Egypt and Israel have a common cause in eliminating this joint Islamic threat, albeit Palestinian."

Below: New York Times: From top left to bottom right, one of hundreds of houses in the Egyptian city of Rafah, along the border with Gaza, that were destroyed Wednesday by the army. Credit Suhaib Salem/Reuters  
  
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While researching emerging technology and crowdfunding I came across a new invention that shows some promise.
Take a look; http://www.rawlemon.com 
Rawlemon Spherical Solar Power
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ROFL !
Oh, wait... you- you're serious ?
No.
Solar's biggest flaw is that the sun isn't shining all the time.
It goes away, and so does the power.
Not so with Mag-Drive generators.
Once they start, they don't stop making power.
Ever
Or until something in it breaks.
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I see they're still buying the party line on Sarah Palin.
Dammitkrats, and vindictive Repubeicans in Alaska, turned her into what they want you to see her as, because she happens to be an attractive conservative, not like the ugly hags on their side...
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You just won' acknowledge Newt Gingrich's six years of full employment and balanced budgets why do you continue to suck these KKK democrats I don't get it Hillary Clinton gets a award from or gives an award to Margaret Sanager who believes in extermination of Blacks or Lyndon Johnson a grand Dragon what you going to do make up your mind
 
A study of economic data over the past 75 years revealed that Democratic presidents create twice as many jobs and three times more job growth than Republicans.
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This is such a lie we remember the Gingrich congress and how they dragged Clinton kicking and screaming
 
A study of economic data over the past 75 years revealed that Democratic presidents create twice as many jobs and three times more job growth than Republicans.
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It occurred to me the other day, The reason why Democrat starts with a big ol' "D" is because it's also a symbol for 180°.
You can take everything they say 180° the truth !
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190 trillion in long term debt
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+KENNETH HAWKINS what is a matter with you? One minute your a minority conservative? The next day, you fall back to stinking thinking? Cmon brother! Snap out of it... :)
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