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My email spam situation seems to be all good.

But just to annoy me, we've had two calls today from the IRS phone scam (google "IRS phone scam" to get some news on it).

I wonder why those things are so hard to crack down on.  Phone companies really don't even check ID when you get a phone number? They sure wanted to get my credit history when I opened a line, but some low-life scammers who try to fool people can get one?

Anyway, if anybody wants to talk with the "federal agent" about their tax situation and how you want to give them money over the phone, the number is (276) 258-6019. 

Scammers like that piss me off. 
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Interesting addition for LENR research.
 
Two key ideas in the Widom-Larsen theory’s LENR-active sites on condensed matter surfaces: (1) max. size limited to ~100 microns and (2) surface plasmon electrons are Q-M entangled at room temperature in many-body ‘patch’ prior to collective electroweak ULM neutron production; have effectively been confirmed experimentally in a paper by Daskalakis et al. that was just published on July 13 in Physical Review Letters
For the first time, the wavelike behavior of a room-temperature polariton condensate has been demonstrated in the laboratory on a macroscopic length scale. This significant development in the understanding and manipulation of quantum objects is the outcome of a collaboration between Professor Stéphane Kéna-Cohen of Polytechnique Montréal, Professor Stefan Maier and research associate Konstantinos Daskalakis of Imperial College London. Their work...
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Interesting cartography story on Wired.
The Soviet military mapped the entire world, but few have seen the actual, physical maps—until now.
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Radio broadcasts leave Earth at the speed of light. Scroll away from Earth and hear how far the biggest hits of the past have travelled. The farther away you get, the longer the waves take to travel there—and the older the music you’ll hear.
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It's amazing how often you come across people that truly believe that their government knows what's best, and has their best interests at heart, and would never hurt them.
This is not an isolated incident. ( http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/03/secret-cold-war-tests_n_1937613.html )
San Francisco's fog is famous, especially in the summer, when weather conditions combine to...
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Don't forget to pay attention to your surroundings.
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Interesting video on police abuse and the underlying costs.
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Research dollars spent to prove what Internet comment readers already knew
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Nice twist and entertaining.
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The vic-20 was also my first computer +Christopher Gaul​. I even had the RAM expansion cartridge for it and a not so speedy tape drive.
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+Greg Copeland Yeah, I had mine loaded up too. I had a cartridge slot expander so that I could use my SuperExpander and my 16K memory expansion at the same time. Later I added another 8K cartridge and a 40 column printer that was essentially a receipt printer. I can't remember the brand, but it used receipt paper and ribbons and wasn't exactly something you could use for word processing and handing in papers, but it was great for printing out program listings.
Fun times.
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No idea why Google grabbed that image, but this is a must see documentary. Includes video evidence interpreted by the inventor of FLIR technology, which contradicts almost every official statement made by the FBI and ATF on the topic. Video clearly shows and documents the FBI murdering people and lighting the fires; all over second amendment rights.

Want to know who the Clintons are and what they are about? Watch this documentary.

Waco: The Rules of Engagement
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This controversial documentary about the stand-off between an unorthodox Christian group - the Branch Davidians, under the leadership of the young, charismatic David Koresh - ...
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