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People around the world are searching for ways to help #Nepal, as shown in this chart of searches for ‘Nepal’ and ‘help’ in various languages in the earthquake’s aftermath. For our part, we’ve launched Person Finder to help people find family and friends affected by the disaster, and we’ve made calls to Nepal from anywhere in the world 1¢/min (normally 19¢/min) to help people connect. We chose 1¢/min, instead of making calls free, to prevent spammers abusing the offer and adding more load to the already stretched Nepalese telephone network. More info at: goo.gl/EqocGu
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We've just launched a Person Finder instance to help track missing persons for the #Nepal earthquake


I'm looking for someone · I have information about someone. PLEASE NOTE: All data entered will be available to the public and viewable and usable by anyone. Google does not review or verify the accuracy of this data. About Google Person Finder · Developers · Terms of Service.
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18 Portal Beacons lit up Roppongi Hills at Roppongi Art Night 2015. Excellent work, Agents.
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+Hank Johnson returns to the Anazktec village carrying a disturbing insight.

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Returned.

Was it a dream? I cannot remember what was real and what was not.

There were etched histories on the walls...  They matched histories of the Anazktec.  Did not see bodies, but I believe the Anazktec to be simulacra.  I look around, and I only see 13 of them. Five Men. Five Women. Three Children. Was it always like this? Why did I never notice before? They might be a Magnus. Recursed for millennia. Using their bodies to hold memories along with the walls... I do not know the nature of the site.

The Anazktec learned much about me. They seem to fear me. It is getting dangerous.

Must get to LZ before things go bad.
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+Hank Johnson travels to the tropics to meet with the man who may have been the original recipient of the XM signals from +Devra Bogdanovich recovered at the end of Shōnin.

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+Paul School wrote me.  He wanted to speak again... in person this time. Montgomery didn't even raise an eyebrow, so promising to make amends for my carbon footprint these past few weeks, I once again took to the skies.

I hadn’t actually seen Paul School in person since our encounter in Arecibo, which was the first time I’d ever been in handcuffs.  He’d had us arrested.  It was petty.  I’d been out all night with the pretty strawberry blonde, and he was jealous enough to call the guards when he saw us sneaking in.

God knows what their actual relationship was, not my business. What I do know is that they were trying to communicate with extraterrestrial life that summer and that they had a deal that, no matter what, they would communicate if either of them ever got dial-tone -- meaning, confirmed communication with non-human, non Earth-based communication. 

He’s still living in the tropics.  He’s aged. Hot tropical rain poured down on the cabana. School looked haunted.  He was drinking a clear local rum. It looked like he had been for a couple days.  The attendants did their best to cover for him, but the ghostly rings of bottles and ice remained.  “She contacted me…”  He didn’t mention her name. He didn’t have to. We only shared one ‘she.’  

I told him I knew about Pasadena. That he was the one who had brought the Bogdanovich signals there. Dropping them all around so Agents would find them and talk about them. I asked him why he hadn’t made himself known while he was there. He ignored the question. 

School said +Devra Bogdanovich was very specific in her communications with him. He refused to make eye contact, he was lost in an enormous polynesian carving a few feet away.  “It was about you.”  He didn’t seem happy about this fact.  “She said to tell Hank to be careful of Persepolis.  Be careful of Thaïs.”

Thaïs, of course, was the name ascribed to the Greek consort who inflamed Alexander the Great to burn the temple at Persepolis.  I asked him what else Devra told him. “It wasn’t a conversation,” he said. 

And there wasn’t much other conversation to have with School that day.  It was the end of a long tropical afternoon. He stared at the bottom of his glass, probably looking at his own reflection swirling in the last drops of rum. At the end of the day, it probably gave him more answers than I could have.

 I left quietly. 
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250 Agents joined #MissionDay  to walk across Linz, Austria in partnership with  #OberOesterreich Tourism and did 12 #IngressMissions  together. It was a great day and we hope to see you soon ! 
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Sign up for the +GORUCK Light Challenge: #Persepolis DC and secure key Volatiles for your Faction: http://goo.gl/0Vb6zh

Ingress Special Ops (SpecOps) teams will be led by GORUCK Cadre through a series of missions to secure information on key Volatile Portals before each Measurement Time. All Ingress Agents who complete the GORUCK Light Challenge will receive a #Persepolis Anomaly Medal, plus additional exclusive Ingress gear.

It's time to move.

#IngressGORUCK  
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#tbt  Brilliant German window display for #Endgame 's book release!
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Only known information on that was "June", and that came from James Frey in Pasadena and not from Niantic itself, so who knows how reliable it is.
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The Loch Ness Monster is hiding in plain sight today. #GoogleDoodle
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