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Mexican researcher Sergio Gómez announced on Friday that he had discovered “large quantities” of liquid mercury in a chamber below the Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent, the third largest pyramid of Teotihuacan, the ruined city in central Mexico.

The  finding could suggest the existence of a king’s tomb or a ritual chamber far below one of the most ancient cities of the Americas.
Researcher reports ‘large quantities’ of the substance under ruins of Teotihuacan in a discovery that could shed light on city’s mysterious leaders
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In which I explain how to use one relay for keepalive power.
When you're putting together a so-called "Car PC", by which we usually mean a contemporary ATX-derivative computer installed into an automobile, you have a few hurdles to cross. The enclosure, interface, storage devices, and even the power management all become special problems.
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One of the reasons I will never support the death penalty
Charges dismissed 34 years into man's life sentence
VENTURA, Calif. (AP) — Michael Hanline, 69, was the longest-serving wrongfully incarcerated inmate in California history, according to the California Innocence Project, whose lawyers worked for 15 years to free him and persuaded prosecutors to re-examine the evidence.
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Abduction by court order

Absolutely unbelievable: A Mexican teenager is arrested and sent to the U.S. because some woman claims her to be her daughter. The courts approved it without any prove while the teenager had a birth certificate that showed the contrary.
Alondra Luna Nunez, 14, was returned home Wednesday after DNA tests showed she is not the daughter of the Houston woman who claimed her.
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A Southern California cop who became annoyed at a citizen recording him and his cop buddies from a sidewalk walked up to the man and knocked the phone away before claiming it was "an accident."

But it was clearly not an accident.

#PoliceState   #santabarbara   #FuckYourBadge   #BlueMafia  
A Southern California cop knocked the phone away from a man recording from a public sidewalk, claiming it was "an accident." But it was obviously not.
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If you're against public breastfeeding, you might as well just start throwing burkas at people, because that's what you're asking for. Get your own urges under control and it won't be a problem. This random PSA was inspired by a recent offline conversation...
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That was a very appropriate comparison. And it's not like the moms are parading around.
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Haha. Wow that's class.
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Gawker: Now baiting people to do dumb shit so they can make up more articles about #Gamergate . 
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Isn't it disappointing what kind of badly trained trolls are nowadays being unleashed on the world ;-). He seems to work hard to keep his Twitter feed at that level.

Has someone checked if he really works for Gawker. I don't think so.
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The Colorado bill that would entitle citizens up to $15,000 in damages if police interfere with their right to record breezed through the House Tuesday with overwhelming bipartisan approval, another step closer to becoming law.

#denver   #colorado   #FirstAmendment   #policestate  
The Colorado bill that would entitle citizens up to $15,000 in damages if police interfere with their right to record breezed the House Tuesday.
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