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« Reply #10410 on: Apr 6th, 2014, 02:57am »

http://climateviewer.com/2014/04/04/seven-volcanoes-six-different-countries-start-erupting-within-hours/


http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20140404/article/140409806?tc=ar

Judge blasts FBI over Saudi family investigation




A federal judge on Friday chided the FBI for failing to produce records tied to a prominent Saudi Arabian family who seemed to abandon their Sarasota home suddenly just prior to the 9/11 terror attacks.

U.S. District Court Judge William Zloch ordered the FBI to conduct a much more thorough search than it had previously done and deliver all pertinent documents — uncensored — to him by April 18 for review.

The judge said the FBI must comply using its most advanced document search system, called Sentinel, to search for records pertaining to a year-and-a-half old Freedom of Information lawsuit filed by the Fort Lauderdale news site Broward Bulldog. The Herald-Tribune Media Group joined the suit earlier this year as a “friend of the court.”

Under the judge’s order, the FBI also must search for documents related to the Saudi family, a home in Sarasota’s gated Prestancia subdivision and the investigation following the 2001 attacks using Sentinel and multiple other search systems.

The agency initially refused to search for the family’s names, claiming that would result in an invasion of privacy.

Judge Zloch ordered the FBI to also inform the court of any documented communications between it and other government agencies concerning the investigation.

That information, and an explanation of how the FBI is complying with the judge’s order, is due by June 6.The 23-page order Friday was Judge Zloch’s second in favor of the Bulldog and its editor, Dan Christensen.

In the latest order, Zloch takes the FBI to task for failing to exhaustively produce documents pertaining to the case.

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« Reply #10411 on: Apr 6th, 2014, 08:24am »

Hey Sys,

"The agency initially refused to search for the family’s names, claiming that would result in an invasion of privacy."


That's rich! Worried about invasion of privacy. rolleyes

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CIA Official Dies in Apparent Suicide

Death did not take place at CIA headquarters

BY: Bill Gertz
April 4, 2014 11:46 pm

A senior CIA official has died in an apparent suicide this week from injuries sustained after jumping off a building in northern Virginia, according to sources close to the CIA....

http://freebeacon.com/national-security/cia-official-dies-in-apparent-suicide/

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ABN Amro Ex-CEO Found Dead
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 04/05/2014 - 18:17

A mere two weeks since former JPMorgan banker, Kenneth Bellando jumped to his death, Bloomberg reports that the former CEO of Dutch Bank ABN Amro (and his wife and daughter) were found dead at their home after a possible "family tragedy." This expands the dismal list of senior financial services executive deaths to 12 in the last few months. The 57-year-old Jan Peter Schmittmann, was reportedly discovered by his other daughter when she arrived home that morning. Police declined to comment on the cirumstances of his (and his wife and daughter's) death. This is not the first C-level ABN Amro banker to be found dead. In 2009, former CFO Huibert Boumeester was discovered with (assumed self-inflicted) shotgun wounds.



Bizarre. "possible family tragedy"? "assumed self-inflicted shotgun wounds."?

I'm glad I'm sitting up here in the boonies out of their way.

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Malaysia Airlines: British ship races to search site as new claims emerge about missing flight.

Search teams were investigating reports of three possible ‘pings’ on Sunday, as a senior Malaysian official claimed Flight MH370 may have been ‘purposely’ steered around Indonesian airspace in order to avoid radar detection as it flew to the southern Indian Ocean.

By Tom Phillips, Shanghai
11:55AM BST 06 Apr 2014

A Royal navy ship was due to arrive in the area where a Chinese ship said it had detected possible “signals” from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 today [UK time] as search coordinators said there had been three reports of possible “pings”.

The HMS Echo, which is towing a pinger locator designed to help locate black boxes, would take around 14 hours to reach the site where China’s Haixun 01 patrol ship made its two discoveries on Friday and Saturday, Australian officials said on Sunday morning local time.

An Australian vessel called Ocean Shield would also be deployed to the same search area once it had verified a separate “acoustic event” it detected on Sunday morning.

“We need HMS Echo and Ocean Shield to come to [the Chinese ship’s] location,” Angus Houston, a retired Chief Marshal from the Royal Australian Air Force who is leading the international search effort, said. “But the fact that we’ve had two detections, two acoustic events in that location provides some promise that requires a full investigation.”

HMS Echo is now one of 13 ships and 12 planes searching three search areas located around 1,240 miles northwest of Perth, officials from Australia's Joint Agency Coordination Centre said.

Australian officials coordinating the international search for MH370 say they are now investigating three reports that signals potentially related to the missing aircraft’s black box had been detected.

On Sunday, an Australian vessel called the Ocean Shield said its underwater "pinger locator" had detected an “acoustic event” that could be linked to the incident.

That followed claims from China that its Haixun 01 patrol vessel had detected 37.5kHz per second signals on Friday and Saturday that were identical to those used by the locator beacon of a flight recorder.

Mr Houston vowed to exhaust “all avenues of investigation” and described Ocean Shield’s find as “an important and encouraging lead, but one which I urge you to treat carefully.”

“I'm not prepared to speculate on what it might be and what it might not be,” he told a Sunday briefing.

Tony Abbott, Australia’s Prime Minister, described the hunt for MH370 as “the most difficult search in human history” and urged caution over the reported signals.

"We need to be very careful about coming to hard and fast conclusions too soon,” he told reporters in Tokyo.

Thomas Altshuler, the vice president of the company which makes the hand-held “pinger locator” apparently being used by the Chinese crew of Haixun 01 cast doubt on whether such a device would have been able to detect a signal coming from so far beneath the ocean.

“It is possible to detect something at that depth with a hand-held device, but I don’t know how probable,” Mr Altshuler, from Teledyne Marine Systems, was quoted as saying by the New York Times. “You would need to be close. You are not going to be 3,000 meters above it and two miles away.”

Meanwhile, in a further twist to the already perplexing mystery of how and why MH370 vanished, a Malaysian government source claims the plane had been “purposely” flown around Indonesian airspace on its way to the southern Indian Ocean.

The Boeing 777, which was carrying 239 people when it disappeared on March 8, flew north of Indonesia and around that country’s airspace while making its way to the southern Indian Ocean, a senior official, who was not named, was quoted as saying by CNN.

The plane may have been “purposely” navigated along that route in order to avoid radar detection, the source added.

China defended itself from accusations that it had not properly shared information with other countries involved in the search for Flight MH370.

Beijing had responded to the disaster with “an unprecedented mobilization of resources, deploying 21 satellites and sending more than ten vessels and dozens of aircraft to the search zone,” it said. The country had been “actively promoting international cooperation from the start.”

“With the aircraft's inexplicable disappearance still tormenting the families of the passengers aboard, occasional outpourings of grief, disappointment or anger are understandable. However, pointing finger at some country or somebody wouldn't help solve the mystery or safeguard the rights and interests of the victims and their families,” Xinhua added.

Mr Houston, the Australian official, admitted search teams were “running out of time.” “This is day 30 of the search and the advertised time for the life of the batteries is 30 days.”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/malaysia/10747805/Malaysia-Airlines-British-ship-races-to-search-site-as-new-claims-emerge-about-missing-flight.html

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Darpa’s Robots Could Soon Assemble Satellites in Space

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Building satellites in the future could be as easy as sending robots packed with hardware into orbit, if a new project from Darpa takes off.

Under its new Phoenix program, which recently completed Phase 1 testing, Darpa is totally rethinking how the U.S. builds and maintains its satellite fleet. The idea is for robots to assemble modular satellite architecture, called satlets, that weigh about 15 pounds and contain the satellite functionality such as the power supply, controls and sensors. All of this is delivered on the Payload Orbital Delivery (POD) system, which is meant to be easily and quickly deployable.

“Phase 1 not only showed the feasibility of our robotic tools and assembly techniques, but also validated the concept that we could build new satellites on orbit by physically aggregating satlets in space,” said David Barnhart, Darpa program manager, in a statement. “These successes could eventually lead to the revolutionary ability to create new, truly scalable space systems on orbit at a fraction of current costs.”

As it stands now, satellites are very expensive, carry a long developmental lead time and they have to be designed to endure their time in orbit without any upgrades or repairs, all of which ultimately determines the size, complexity and cost of the satellite. In the end, satellites sent into geosynchronous orbit, 22,000 miles above Earth, are essentially unreachable with currently available technology.

The technologies that comprise the Phoenix program “could help satellites reach new or proper orbits, inspect satellites as part of routine maintenance or troubleshooting efforts, repair or replace worn-out components, or add or upgrade capabilities,” said Barnhart. “These capabilities would enable space systems, for the first time, to have the flexibility, accessibility and resilience that designers of terrestrial systems take for granted.”

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Search for Inca 'lost city' in Amazon may endanger indigenous people

A six-week expedition starting in July will try to find Paititi in the Megantoni National Sanctuary in south-east Peru

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Monday 7 April 2014 09.17 EDT

A French writer and adventurer plans to explore one of the most remote parts of the Peruvian Amazon in search of a "lost" or "secret city" that may have been built by the Incas, but there are fears that the expedition could endanger the health of isolated tribes that have never been exposed to common human diseases.

Thierry Jamin believes that the city, which he calls "Paititi", could lie somewhere in a 215,000-hectare protected area called the Megantoni National Sanctuary in the Cuzco region of south-east Peru.

"The magnificent discoveries realised by my group in the valleys of Lacco, Chunchusmayo and Cusirini in the north of the department of Cuzco lead towards a precise zone situated in the national sanctuary of Megantoni," Jamin told the Guardian via email.

"Several natives of the forest – Matsiguengas – assert that 'monumental ruins' exist at the top of a strange square mountain. I think that we are very close to officialise the existence of this big archaeological site."

According to his website, Jamin is planning a six-week expedition starting in July. He will be assisted by an NGO based in Cuzco that he leads and a group of Machiguengas from a village near the sanctuary.

His website describes Paititi, or "Paititi-Eldorado", as the "Incas' secret city" – "one of the most fascinating stories of the Inca mythology", the "biggest archaeological enigma of South America", and the place where the Incas hid "all the treasures of [their] empire" when Europeans invaded.

The search for Paititi or an Inca "lost city" has attracted scores of people and considerable controversy ever since the 16th century, with conflicting theories and ideas about where it might be and whether it really exists.

But some experts fear that such an expedition would pose a threat to isolated indigenous Nanti people – sometimes called "Kugapakoris" – within the sanctuary. One of the main reasons for the sanctuary's creation 10 years ago was to protect groups of indigenous people who have had little or no contact with outsiders and are extremely vulnerable to infectious diseases because of their lack of resistance.

According to the sanctuary's "master plan" for 2007-2011 – a 160-page government document outlining strategies and programmes to manage the area – the 215,000 hectares are divided into a number of "zones" where different activities are permitted. The biggest, most remote zone is in the sanctuary's far east and is called the "Strict Protection Zone" (ZPA). Its first stated aim is to protect "voluntarily isolated indigenous people", with scientific investigation only allowed in "exceptional circumstances".

Jamin is keeping the precise destination of the expedition a secret, but told the Guardian he intended to travel up the river Ticumpinia – not the river Timpia where he said there were "numerous Kuga-Pakuri communities".

"We don't want to tell anyone about our study zones, nor disseminate the exact locations of the sites we have found," he said.

Lelis Rivera, who works for the NGO Cedia and played a key role in the sanctuary's creation, pointed out that the presence of any outsiders in the sanctuary "could cause danger to the people living there" and that entering the ZPA in particular is "completely prohibited" by Peruvian law.

"Any people currently living in the upper Timpia or Ticumpinia regions are extremely vulnerable to germ transmission – that's the nature of living in relative social and immunological isolation," said anthropologist Christine Beier from the NGO Cabeceras Aid Project and one of the world's leading experts on Nanti society and history.

Jamin told the Guardian that he will apply to the ministry of environment, which oversees management of "protected natural areas", for permission to enter the Megantoni sanctuary. He said he has already applied for permission from the ministry of culture.

However, Ramon Rivero Mejia at the culture ministry says it has received no application from either Jamin, any member of his team or the NGO that Jamin presides over.

Some experts doubt that Paititi is where Jamin thinks it is. "The Incas conquered territories of the Machiguenga and Piro and built roads, bridges and some fortified settlements, meaning it's possible that in Megantoni some Inca-type buildings and objects will be found," said Martti Parssinen, a Finnish archaeologist and historian who has researched Peru and the Incas for decades.

"Nevertheless, Paititi is not there … At first, it was located from the confluence of the Madre de Díos and the Beni rivers toward the east or south, but during the colonial period some Inca refugees probably reestablished it near the present Brazilian Pacaas Novos mountains."

Asked by the Guardian why he thinks archaeological remains in Megantoni might be related to the Incas, Jamin said: "We don't know if they're Inca or pre-Inca. One of the objectives of our 2014 campaign will be to establish that."


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Key cells in touch sensation identified: Skin cells use new molecule to send touch information to the brain

April 6, 2014

In a study published in the April 6 online edition of the journal Nature, a team of Columbia University Medical Center researchers led by Ellen Lumpkin, PhD, associate professor of somatosensory biology, solve an age-old mystery of touch: how cells just beneath the skin surface enable us to feel fine details and textures.

Touch is the last frontier of sensory neuroscience. The cells and molecules that initiate vision -- rod and cone cells and light-sensitive receptors -- have been known since the early 20th century, and the senses of smell, taste, and hearing are increasingly understood. But almost nothing is known about the cells and molecules responsible for initiating our sense of touch.

This study is the first to use optogenetics -- a new method that uses light as a signaling system to turn neurons on and off on demand -- on skin cells to determine how they function and communicate.

The team showed that skin cells called Merkel cells can sense touch and that they work virtually hand in glove with the skin's neurons to create what we perceive as fine details and textures.

"These experiments are the first direct proof that Merkel cells can encode touch into neural signals that transmit information to the brain about the objects in the world around us," Dr. Lumpkin said.

The findings not only describe a key advance in our understanding of touch sensation, but may stimulate research into loss of sensitive-touch perception.

Several conditions -- including diabetes and some cancer chemotherapy treatments, as well as normal aging -- are known to reduce sensitive touch. Merkel cells begin to disappear in one's early 20s, at the same time that tactile acuity starts to decline. "No one has tested whether the loss of Merkel cells causes loss of function with aging -- it could be a coincidence -- but it's a question we're interested in pursuing," Dr. Lumpkin said.

In the future, these findings could inform the design of new "smart" prosthetics that restore touch sensation to limb amputees, as well as introduce new targets for treating skin diseases such as chronic itch.

The study was published in conjunction with a second study by the team done in collaboration with the Scripps Research Institute. The companion study identifies a touch-activated molecule in skin cells, a gene called Piezo2, whose discovery has the potential to significantly advance the field of touch perception.

"The new findings should open up the field of skin biology and reveal how sensations are initiated," Dr. Lumpkin said. Other types of skin cells may also play a role in sensations of touch, as well as less pleasurable skin sensations, such as itch. The same optogenetics techniques that Dr. Lumpkin's team applied to Merkel cells can now be applied to other skin cells to answer these questions.

"It's an exciting time in our field because there are still big questions to answer, and the tools of modern neuroscience give us a way to tackle them," she said.

Movie of Merkel cell responding to touch: http://youtu.be/tU1jeOpjsTE

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LOL another one but this time the CEO gets royal treatment
http://www.zerohedge.com/

CEO Of Liechtenstein Bank Frick Murdered In Broad Daylight
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 04/07/2014 - 10:05
Over the weekend the world was gripped by the drama surrounding the mysterious murder-homicide of the former CEO of Dutch bank ABN Amro and members of his family, and whether there is more foul play than meets the eye. However, that is nothing compared to what just happened in the tiny, and all too quiet Principality of Lichtenstein, where moments ago the CEO of local financial institution Bank Frick & Co. AG, Juergen Frick, was shot dead in the underground garage of the bank located in the city of Balzers.

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The Fleecing Of America..The strange Account 1215095
If you are even just a teeny investor..you should read..


http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-04-07/1215095-flash-boys-mystery-solved

1215095 - The Flash Boys Mystery Solved


Submitted by Sal Arnuk and Joe Saluzzi via Themis Trading,

The blog posts and defenses of high frequency trading in the past week have come with dizzying high frequency. They have taken the form of blog postings by knowns (Larry Tabb) and unknowns (Scott Locklin). Reuters, who sells high speed data, has a very influential blogger (Felix Salmon) who criticized the book before he read it. Bloomberg, who also sells high speed data, has a blogger (Matt Levine) who defends high speed trading almost daily. Modern Markets Initiative – the HFT Lobbying Group – has been writing/tweeting a blog post per hour criticizing Flash Boys. Even Irene Aldridge has weighed in very negatively on Flash Boys – again, without even reading the book. She has even gone so far as to accuse Michael Lewis of taking a secret payoff to write an anti-HFT book.

Boy… some guys say the R-word “rigged” and Charlie Munger’s rats in the granary start to panic and squeal! Flash Boys has struck many a nerve; the truth can be a bitter pill at times. And of course, the pro-HFT defenses are all made by many who are very, very staked in the status quo of our market structure.

Now, bloggers using twitter is one thing; conflicted insiders using television to make their HFT defenses are another. Manoj Narang is such a conflicted insider – which brings us to the number 1215095, which is the title of this morning’s note.

Flash Boys closes with this paragraph:

The application to use the tower to send a microwave signal had been filed in July 2012, and it had been filed by … well, it isn’t possible to keep any of this secret anymore. A day’s journey in cyberspace would lead anyone who wished to know it into another incredible but true Wall Street story of hypocrisy and secrecy and the endless quest by human beings to gain a certain edge in an uncertain world. All that one needed to discover the truth about the tower was the desire to know it.

Michael Lewis is referring to the microwave tower in Pennsylvania with the FCC license number 1215095. It is located in Potter Township, PA (Lat: 40.849278 Lon: -77.710778) The tower is used to beam stock quotes between Chicago and Cartaret, NJ faster than even the fiber optic cable laid by Spread Networks (which Spread laid because it wanted to make faster the transmission of the same stock quotes than the prior mechanism which included slower fiber cable routes). Many now argue that the microwave networks being deployed to speed up stock quote transmissions are actually makes the Spread Networks fiber route obsolete.

Who owns this tower? What about who owns this tower is mysterious, conflicted, and hypocritical?

Manoj Narang, or the entities he has stakes in, owns the tower. The application for the microwave device was filed by Converge Towers LLC, which is located at 770 Broadway, Second Floor. And while Converge Towers LLC is a subsidiary of BCG Cantor Fitzgerald, the application was filed by a misses Elizabeth Kim, who works at Thesys technologies (BCG Cantor – Thesys partnership?) (This is an interesting blog post you should look at by the way… particularly the comments section).

Who is Thesys Technologies? Thesys is an affiliate of Tradeworks, the Red Bank, New Jersey HFT operation that was hired in 2012 to license the MIDAS system to the the SEC. MIDAS, if you recall, is the data solution involving fast feeds that gives the SEC its ability to monitor quotes and trades at the same speeds the HFT firms do. Tradeworx not only provides the SEC with the fast feeds to view the limit order book as HFTs do, it also provides the analytic tools, and the framework and context to draw conclusions. MIDAS also powers the SEC’s market structure website, which consistently puts out analysis that demonstrates that HFT is not the villain it is portrayed to be.....con't



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YEAH...SUCH HAS BEEN A QUASI ~ PLAYED DOWN ASPECT OF THE MARKET AS THOSE "PAY" FOR THE SERVICE TO RUN AHEAD OF THE PACK ~ AND ~ OH.....IT'S JUST A ONE PENNY A TRADE...SOME EXPERTS HAVE OPINED
WELL....YOU KNOW ME AND I TRY TO PUT SOME THINGS IN PERSPECTIVE...WITH JUST ONE PENNY grin

10,000 TRADES X .01=$10

100,000 TRADES X .01=$1000

100,000,000 TRADES WHICH IS PEANUTS X .01=$1,000,000

1,000,000,000 TRADES X .01= $10,000,000

NO SMALL PEANUTS MIND YOU ~ WITH JUST A CLICK OF THE MOUSE.

NOW CONSIDER THIS ~ IF IT TAKES AT LEAST 10 SECONDS TO CLICK ~ ORDER AND SELL AND THIS IS DONE SIX TIMES IN ONE MINUTE AT 1,000,000,000 PER TRANSACTION...THAT IS $60,000,000 AND IF THEY CAN CONTINUE TO FUNCTION AT MAXIMUM RETURN AND ORDER FOR ONE COMPLETE HOUR ~ THAT IS $36,600,000,000...

ALL WITH JUZZZZZ SKIMMING ONE PENNY ~ DEM PENNIES CAN SURE ADD UP smiley...OF COURSE THIS IS SURELY AMATEUR SPECULATION AND NOTHING OF THE SORT IS/COULD BE TAKING PLACE rolleyes

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