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Hank, The N'zeer and The Valley of Dead

Previously I wrote this on +H. Richard Loeb​​​​​'s post when he asked about the connection between +Yuri Alaric Nagassa​​​​​'s disappearance and the Valley of the Dead. Thought it's relevant as we ponder about what +Hank Johnson​​​​​ is saying as he contemplates his option whether to venture into the valley or not. Does he like Niord need to battle the worm in the valley?

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Valley of the Dead reminds me of the Valley of the Lost, by Robert E. Howard. Did Yuri, like Reynolds, venture too deep into the Anaztek underworld only to find out about the horrors that lurk in hidden darkness? Does that explain the mutations he saw on the carved rocks which resemble the twisted and contorted formations at Luizi Crater indicating the horrors of experimentation and alchemy using dark exotic matter or chaotic matter?

Are the Anaztek relics Yuri saw warning us that the dragons or foul things in the Krakow document are similar to the horrors in the Valley of Dead? Are these foul creatures a metaphor for the devastation caused by chaotic matter? Did man or prehistoric civilisations dabble with chaotic matter and caused ancient extinctions, and somehow the Anaztek remembered it in dream states and relics?

Are the mysterious artifacts powered by chaotic matter in a magnitude much greater than any XM portals we've seen thus far? Will activating them in an effort to restore the portal network cause the world to be radiated not by XM as +Oliver Lynton-Wolfe​​​​​ hoped for, but by the extremely deadly chaotic matter? Is this the connection between the artifacts, the Valley of the Dead and Helios? Dark Exotic Matter? And if the shards restored +Roland Jarvis​​​​​ into an XM construct, will the gathering of the artifacts bring back to life another dark XM construct from the Valley of the Dead?
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The Valley of the Dead could be another dark XM site similar to the rest where the presence of the N'zeer is strong. Perhaps the Anazktec fled San Saba to avoid extinction, but still end up in a powerful anomalous site where the N'zeer could ingress. Yuri's dad might have tried to detect their dial tone just as Calvin, School and +Devra Bogdanovich​​​​​ did at Arecibo. He could have even experimented on Yuri as a child just like Nigel did with his family in an effort to win the cold war. Perhaps such an experiment expose Yuri to the N'zeer like Devra was (after the dial tone and vaccine) which was why he was selected for the +Niantic Project​​​​​ in the first place. 

If this is a N'zeer power spot, then it may be dangerous for Hank to venture into it if there are N'zeer guardians protecting the place and the trans-dimensional artifacts hidden at the anomalous site. And will these artifacts bring back N'zeer or XM entities in the form of +Devra Bogdanovich​​​​​, Calvin, +Martin Schubert​​​​​, +Stein Lightman​​​​​ and the rest of the missing members?

The N'zeer might have a network of power spots that function as some kind of summoning address just like the Darsana signal cryptic message. Like an address. And Persepolis is perhaps the main power spot after Afghanistan.

+Edgar Allan Wright​​​​​ +flint dille​​​​​ +Thomas Greanias​​​​​ +John Hanke​​​​​ +Joe Philley​​​​​ +Brian Rose​​​​​
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It is the suppression of chaotic matter that is causing the mass extinction.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holocene_extinction
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A few new ways to fine tune your work on the go with today’s mobile updates

Accept, reject, and comment on suggestions
When you give others “can comment” access in Docs, any formatting or copy changes they make become suggestions that you can accept, reject, or comment on. Today’s update makes it possible for you to view and act on suggestions from your Android devices and iPhones/iPads, and brings tracked changes and comments to Word files, too.

Today's Docs app update for iPhone/iPad also makes it possible to edit tables on the go, just like you already can on Android.

Get your presentations and spreadsheets just right
Sometimes you need to make tweaks to the layout of your work when you’re on your mobile device, and with this update you can now move, resize, and delete charts in Sheets and reorder objects to the front or back in Slides on Android.

And finally, the next time you open PowerPoint presentations from the Slides app, you’ll notice that they load and scroll more quickly.

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Android: http://goo.gl/FK2ZFV     
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During CES 2015 back in January, Asus introduced the follow up to its affordable Zenfone smartphone series with the Zenfone 2. To start of, it has to be mentioned that there are actually three variants of the device that share the Zenfone 2 name, with the version in this review featuring a 5.5-inch 1080p display and a whopping 4 GB of RAM. What does this device have to offer beyond its impressive spec sheet? We find out, in this in-depth review o...
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Want to learn how to create great content on +YouTube? Check out the updated Creator Playbook: http://goo.gl/anoKxb
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The Connellsville Area School District received funding last year to purchase Google Chromebooks -- laptops that run the Google Chrome operating system, with documents and applications living in the cloud -- to outfit a lab at West Crawford Elementary.
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Update Wednesdays are always exciting, but particularly so when Google releases a new app. Today, Google has hit "publish" on Google Handwriting Input... by Liam Spradlin in Applications, Downloads, Google, News
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We’ve all been there — you’ve searched under your car seat, tossed around the sofa cushions and you still can’t find your phone. If you know where your computer is, you can now ask Google to find your Android phone from your desktop. If the pesky phone is hiding nearby, Google can ring it for you — or you can see it on the map if you, say, forgot it at the bar. Just make sure you’ve got the latest version of the Google app!
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Google's lightweight, versatile Calendar app runs across the web and multiple mobile platforms to keep our lives organized—but just how deep have you delved into the more advanced features that it offers? Read on to go beyond the basics of appointment scheduling and calendar colors to get more out of this powerful agenda-setting tool.
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Today, we have the last in our series of Google Docs add-on developer previews with Yet Another Mail Merge.

Yet Another Mail Merge is a user-friendly mail merge for those who aren’t too keen about learning to write HTML for their templates. This script allows you to select a draft written in Gmail, replace template keys with names and other information from a spreadsheet and automatically send the email. 

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  • Universiti Malaya
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