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Boxing Classics ... Robin Reid vs Joe Calzaghe War of the Worlds ... February 13th, 1999 from Telewest Arena, Newcastle England ... Referee Roy Francis ... 9 out of 10 ...
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Makuhari Baytown realizes an attractive urban design suitable for a new city center aiming for an international business city in the 21st century.

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Here is the list of foods that benefits the body in more unique way. They actually looks like the body part, they are good for.

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Hopping Joe Cascade - Genoa River Wilderness
Celebration: countdown 35

Balance at the flood and fill your billy with clear cold water.
Fan a flame gently until the leaves spark and explode with fire.
From saddle bag, add a good handful of dried China tea.
Wait till the mixture bubbles and brews, soothing the mind.
Finish with a mighty circular swinging of the billy,
air-cooling the contents for drinking.

Few have ever braved the wilds of north-east Gippsland, a handful have ever lived here.

Some say Hopping Joe was an old Scot adrift from his homeland. Others say he was a prospector left behind by the 1859 alpine gold-rush. He wandered the lonely highlands along the old colonial border between Victoria and New South Wales. It is not known whether he took his name from the creek (the first people custom), or gave his name to this lively tributary of the Genoa. A superb horseman, in later years, he lived in a bush tent along the creek with an old grey mare.

He is remembered imperfectly for providing hospitality once to a royal party travelling by horseback from Rockton to the Cann River. He is said to have prepared tea for a visiting Duke by first boiling creek water in an old billy can, blackened from long usage over fires. He then threw in a good handful of tea leaves, before removing the can from the fire. The creek still retells the story: how with a mighty circular swinging of the billy, Hopping Joe air-cooled the contents for drinking, telling the Duke that this was the 'Real Mackie' and it 'wouldn't curl a hair of any man's head'.

Image: After a fall of snow, Hopping Joe Cascades swirls through blue granite. The creek and the granite echo the other, just as their names resonate. There is nothing more satisfying to stand here and swing your billy in his memory.
There are many ways of processing an image - but to me, an image without its story, however poorly understood, is no better than catching falling light.
In this reprocess, I have toned for structure, looking for resonance between cascade and rock.
My field notes note the presence of foam or snow in places, and staining of the water from flood.

Celebrate: Thank you. To celebrate what we all achieved on G+, i am publishing the 50 most viewed posts in this collection until shutdown. This is a reprocessed image of upper Genoa water tributaries (35th most viewed - viewed 1,909,735 times).

After shutdown, you can find me by visiting https://wheretofind.me/@peterquinton
Adventure with me at my website: http://www.silenttheory.net
The books we wrote here on G+ are now on Amazon: https://amazon.com/author/peterquinton
My footprints are on GoogleMaps: https://goo.gl/maps/r2CtN5y38XJ2

#CelebrateCountdown (please feel free to use this hashtag to celebrate your own favorite posts)

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Willie Nelson - Heaven Is Closed
In reference to my friend Murray’s often referred to dreamscapes. I am left paddling through a sea of memories to ask Noah about an impossible task.
Reference to Gilgamesh
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Lioness stalking her prey (me) on the Serengeti

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How to Respond to Negative Google My Business Reviews ? Here are Google’s tips for responding to negative reviews ...

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Payback Time To Prominent Black Men Some Black Ladies Lost
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Moons could possess moons of their own. A newfound candidate to be a giant alien moon, Kepler-1625b-i, may even possess one or more submoons that once had surfaces habitable by life as we know it, a new study finds. That moon is located nearly 8,000 light-years from Earth.

https://9to5spot.com/hunting-for-mini-moons-exomoons-could-have-satellites-of-their-own/
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The Latest #Google #SearchConsole Updates: What You Need to Know ~ Search Engine Journal:

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There are so many budgeting apps to choose from these days. New money management and budgeting apps pop up every few weeks it seems, so weeding out the poorly built ones and focusing on the best budget apps can be tough. We’ve done the hard work for you by making a list of the best budgeting apps out there today.

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The latest video game software charts are now in from the United Kingdom and there’s been a few new entries in the top ten. Those are Far Cry: New Dawn, Metro Exodus, and Jump Force. However, the addition of these new games hasn’t forced New Super Mario…
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A pretty celestial sight occurs on the predawn morning of Monday (Feb. 18), when skywatchers will see a rapidly descending Venus pass very close to a distant Saturn. At closest approach on Feb. 18, the extremely bright, white Venus will be located 1 degree (a finger's width) to the upper left of the dimmer, yellowish Saturn — placing both planets within the field of view of a backyard telescope. At that time, Venus will exhibit a waxing gibbous (more than half illuminated) disk. For best results, look for the duo low in the southeastern sky between 6 and 7 a.m. local time.

Many people I'm sure have referenced an idiom by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, "Ships that pass in the night." Well, come early Monday morning (Feb.18), you'll be able to watch two planets that will pass in the dawn. One planet is very slowly descending into the dawn twilight and into eventual obscurity, while the other will become increasingly prominent in the weeks and months to come.

The planets in question are Venus and Saturn. Look for them around 5:45 a.m. local time, low above the southeast horizon. Brilliant Venus, shining with a steady silvery-white glow, will be passing about 1.1 degree above and to the left of the much dimmer and yellower Saturn. If you have a telescope you might want to try to get a view of its breathtakingly beautiful rings, although its low altitude — just 10 degrees above the horizon — will be a bit of a handicap since atmospheric turbulence can make for a rather unstable image. 

The tilt of the rings was at a maximum in October 2017, but they are still "wide-open" from our earthly perspective, some 24.5 degrees from edgewise. As for Venus, it displays a rather small gibbous shaped disk, 69 percent illuminated by the sun. Venus outshines Saturn's larger but duller disk and rings by some 70-fold.
 
One dazzles, the other is sedate

If you look at both Venus and Saturn through a telescope, Venus is unquestionably the brighter of the two objects. But you might wonder how this is possible. After all, both planets are perpetually covered with clouds and their respective albedos — the proportion of the incident sunlight reflected by those clouds — are exactly the same at 76 percent. Why, then, does Saturn appear so much duller than Venus if both are reflecting the same proportion of sunlight back toward Earth?

The key is their distances from the sun. 

Venus is currently 92.6 million miles (149 million kilometers) from Earth. Saturn is 1 billion miles (1.6 billion km) away. So compared with Venus, Saturn is 10.8 times farther away from the sun. And if we use the inverse square law — which states that the intensity of reflected sunlight is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the sun — then 10.8 multiplied by 10.8 shows that sunlight striking Saturn's cloud tops is 116.7 times weaker compared with sunlight striking the cloud tops of Venus. 

Later this year, both planets will cross paths with each other again — this time in the evening sky — on Dec. 11.

In any case, arise early on Monday and take a peek as the Goddess of Beauty snuggles up to the God of Time.


(Image: © Starry Night software)
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To have a flat belly is a sign of sound health and fitness. Sometimes stomach gas and overweight become causes of belly fat, then a change in food habits can bring a good change by flatting belly. Following 10 foods will help you to get flat belly.

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A wild NASCAR finish in the Daytona 500!

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Hubble telescope is not the world’s first space telescope but this one is the most versatile and one of the largest telescopes launched in the low Earth orbit. It has been operational in the low Earth orbit since 1990.

With the help of this telescope researchers not only get amazing pictures of the cosmos but also understand the universe for the vital astronomy research. Here we enlist five most amazing Hubble telescope discoveries in the past 25 years.

https://mirrorcrunch.com/5-amazing-discoveries-using-the-hubble-telescope-in-the-past-25-years/
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Donald Trump doesn't like being mocked

To be fair, nobody likes being mocked.

On the other hand, when you are a public figure, especially President of the United States, a certain amount of mockery and criticism is to be expected. As Harry Truman put it, "If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen."

Not Donald. It's his kitchen. His. And anyone exerting heat is mean and corrupt and unfair and probably should be arrested.

'Nothing funny about tired Saturday Night Live on Fake News NBC! Question is, how do the Networks get away with these total Republican hit jobs without retribution? Likewise for many other shows? Very unfair and should be looked into. This is the real Collusion!'

Yes, that's the President of the United States [https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1097116612279316480].

"Nothing funny about tired Saturday Night Live on Fake News NBC" ... then why are you bothering to comment on it, Donald? People don't talk about what's not-funny-in-a-boring-way. I'm sure your True Followers aren't watching such things, just as I'm sure that those who find it amusing aren't being swayed by your assertion that it's not funny.

And, of course, if SNL is tired (which it has been accused of many times in its decades-long history), then it won't draw ratings and won't therefore get commercials and won't therefore be kept up.

It's the free market system, Donald. You may have heard of it.

"Question is, how do the Networks get away with these total Republican hit jobs without retribution? Likewise for many other shows?"

What sort of retribution are you suggesting, Donald? Legal? Civil? Popular? Are you suggesting the FBI should investigate Saturday Night Live and NBC? On what basis? What's the charge? What's the legal foundation for that, beyond your hurt fee-fees?

Are you suggesting that someone -- perhaps one of your legal teams -- should sue them? Again, on what basis? Given long-established Supreme Court precedent protecting satire and mocking public figures, especially political figures, what makes you think that your personal discomfiture warrents such action?

Are you suggesting that angry Trump supporters should march on NBC with torches and pitchforks? Should they break in? Trash the place? Burn the building down? What sort of retribution are you looking for?

" Very unfair and should be looked into." ... Looked into by whom, Donald? You're the President of the United States. You run the Justice Department (within certain legal bounds). Who should look into this? And why? What law is being broken? Or does that even matter in your mind in such a case of lèse majesté?

Also, "fair"? Fair? Since when did the GOP, the Right, care about "fair"? Isn't that the cry of the liberal, the precious snowflake, railing against a hard, cruel world that doesn't mold itself to their liking? What's not "fair" about this, and when did "fair" become a basis for some mysterious party "looking into" the matter? Are you suggesting this is a civil rights violation, Donald?

"This is the real Collusion!" ... Really, Donald? Who is SNL colluding with? Russia? China? North Korea? Do you even have any idea what the word "collusion" means? Is this "collusion" a legal problem, a national security issue, a law being broken, something the Justice Dept. should look into? On what basis? Do you have secret "data" about this from your intelligence sources or the Secret Service? Who, if not you and your Administration, should "look into" this matter and resolve it?

Bottom line, Donald's hurt feelings here -- the profound unhappiness of the Most Powerful Man in the United States and the effectively self-proclaimed Greatest President Ever -- and his lashing out on Twitter about them indicate at least one of three things:

1. He has the emotional control of a five-year-old.

2. He has no concept of freedom of speech, or of the press, or of slander and libel laws for major public and political figures, and thinks that because he's miffed by being mocked by SNL, Someone Should Do Something About It. ("Will nobody rid me of this meddlesome satire show?")

3. He's an authoritarian goon who things that criticism of the top dog should be handled the way it would be handled in China, Russia, North Korea (all states he admires) or his own private companies: with expulsion, punishment, destruction, and, maybe, actual prison or worse. Maybe by his own government forces. Maybe by the angry mob. But someone should do something about it.
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Fast radio bursts are an unsolved mystery in physics.
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The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel: “The Milky Way Base” –China Names First Human-Technology Landing Site on Moon’s Far Side.
https://dailygalaxy.com/2019/02/the-milky-way-base-china-names-first-human-technology-landing-site-on-moons-far-side/

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