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Groundbreaking Discovery: Man Solves Tesla’s Secret To Amplifying Power By Nearly 5000% (VIDEO) https://tr.im/k193b

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Area 51 Scientist Reveals Timeline For Nibiru S Closest Approach To Earth  https://tr.im/0Vvl0

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Area 51 Scientist Reveals Timeline For Nibiru S Closest Approach To Earth  https://tr.im/0Vvl0

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 Planet X Nancy Lieder Nibiru is the Cause of Earthquakes and Volcanic Activity https://tr.im/i9oQN

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Feds fight against Idaho law banning the homeless from sleeping in streets  http://b4in.org/rRLF

The Justice Department has joined a lawsuit filed by several homeless people in opposing a Boise, Idaho ordinance that bans sleeping in public places. The department says the rule unconstitutionally punishes people for being homeless.

On any given night, half a million people in the US are likely to be experiencing homelessness, the Justice Department said in their Thursday statement of interest in the federal case Bell v. City of Boise.

READ MORE: ‘Endless & vicious cycle’ of misdemeanor charges targeting America’s poor – report

The department argued that the causes of homelessness are varied, from those affected by the economic downtown or foreclosure crisis, those suffering from mental health problems, victims of domestic violence or trafficking, and youth separated from their families.

“Many homeless individuals are unable to secure shelter space because city shelters are over capacity or inaccessible to people with disabilities,” said Vanita Gupta, deputy attorney general and head of the Civil Rights Division, in a news release.

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Feds fight against Idaho law banning the homeless from sleeping in streets  http://b4in.org/rRLF

The Justice Department has joined a lawsuit filed by several homeless people in opposing a Boise, Idaho ordinance that bans sleeping in public places. The department says the rule unconstitutionally punishes people for being homeless.

On any given night, half a million people in the US are likely to be experiencing homelessness, the Justice Department said in their Thursday statement of interest in the federal case Bell v. City of Boise.

READ MORE: ‘Endless & vicious cycle’ of misdemeanor charges targeting America’s poor – report

The department argued that the causes of homelessness are varied, from those affected by the economic downtown or foreclosure crisis, those suffering from mental health problems, victims of domestic violence or trafficking, and youth separated from their families.

“Many homeless individuals are unable to secure shelter space because city shelters are over capacity or inaccessible to people with disabilities,” said Vanita Gupta, deputy attorney general and head of the Civil Rights Division, in a news release.

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Feds fight against Idaho law banning the homeless from sleeping in streets  http://b4in.org/rRLF

The Justice Department has joined a lawsuit filed by several homeless people in opposing a Boise, Idaho ordinance that bans sleeping in public places. The department says the rule unconstitutionally punishes people for being homeless.

On any given night, half a million people in the US are likely to be experiencing homelessness, the Justice Department said in their Thursday statement of interest in the federal case Bell v. City of Boise.

READ MORE: ‘Endless & vicious cycle’ of misdemeanor charges targeting America’s poor – report

The department argued that the causes of homelessness are varied, from those affected by the economic downtown or foreclosure crisis, those suffering from mental health problems, victims of domestic violence or trafficking, and youth separated from their families.

“Many homeless individuals are unable to secure shelter space because city shelters are over capacity or inaccessible to people with disabilities,” said Vanita Gupta, deputy attorney general and head of the Civil Rights Division, in a news release.

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Researchers hack & remotely control Tesla Model S, inform manufacturer to fix bugs http://b4in.org/qRKa


Software vulnerabilities in Tesla’s Model S cars have allowed cybersecurity experts to completely take over the vehicle’s electronic system and even shut down the car remotely. The company already introduced a patch for the discovered bugs.

Marc Rogers, principal security researcher at Cloudflare, and Kevin Mahaffey, chief technology officer of Lookout, managed to gain remote control of the Model S after initially tinkering with the vehicle’s electronic system.

Using the hidden cable installed in Tesla cars for maintenance and technicians to fix flaws, the security experts were able to search for flaws in software. They tricked the system into thinking their laptop was the car itself and eventually got administrative access to the vehicle.

“We spoke to Tesla as the car, and essentially requested permission for more information,” Rogers told NPR. “Once we had that foothold, we then took over all the computers in the car.”

Once full access was gained, they were able to control Tesla remotely. The cybersecurity analysts built themselves a backdoor to perform any action available to the car’s owner via the Tesla’s s touch screen or smartphone app.

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Artist Creates Intricate Human Figures and Faces Out of Folded Fabric | Watercooler Topics http://b4in.org/eKVz

Benjamin Shine is a British artist who specialises in using the folds of fabric to create detailed human figures and faces. We’ve featured some of his incredible celebrity fabric portraits in the past, but his latest series of artworks is even more impressive.

Called The Dance, Shine’s latest exhibit is on display at the Canberra Centre in Australia. It consists of two realistic human faces – one male and one female – constructed from over 2,000 meters of tulle. Surrounding the two faces are a series of dancing figures, silhouetted within the flowing fabric.

At first glance, the tulle sheets in Shine’s work seem haphazardly suspended, but he actually spent two-and-a-half months painstakingly folding, pleating, ironing and hand-sewing the netted fabric. He kept at it until each lifelike feature emerged out of the clouds of pink, purple, and blue. He later created contrasts using backlight, to highlight intricate details.

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Video: Stradivarius Violin Stolen in 1980 Found  http://b4in.org/rRLG

A Stradivarius violin stolen in 1980 has been recovered after a woman, who had inherited the violin, had it appraised and discovered the instrument had been illegally obtained.

The instrument, known as the Ames Stradivarius, belonged to the Polish-American violinist Roman Totenberg.

It was taken from his office after a performance and now, 35 years on, will be returned to his family – who plan to sell it to a performer.

His daughter, Nina Totenberg, recounts how the instrument was found.

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