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This one was national news in the Netherlands yesterday (perhaps due to suffering from Ukraine fatigue!), and I can't get enough of it, even making it to our family dinner conversation where we are feeding our own darling kittens freshly battered and fried cod right off the table. cheesy

Our explanation is that cats raised in families will think of human beings as other cats, weirdly they will assume the role of human family member (including all rights and privileges, like showing up calmly seated at a plate setting come mealtimes or getting rays stretched out on a garden chair), AND THINK OUR BABIES ARE THEIR BABIES. Weird & unbelievable, unless you're a cat owned family.

This heroic feline must'ave thought the devil dog was mauling a 'kitten'. We civil cats don't stand for that.. do we!

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Heavy fighting breaks out in Libya as troops storm militias in Benghazi

Attack leader, a retired general, says operation aims to clear the city of Islamist militias and restore Libya's dignity

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theguardian.com, Friday 16 May 2014 09.39 EDT

The heaviest fighting in Libya since the Arab spring revolution broke out in the eastern capital of Benghazi on Friday as forces led by a retired general attacked militias on the ground and with jets.

Air strikes pounded militia bases at dawn and 6,000 troops converged on the city, storming a series of bases and checkpoints.

Eyewitnesses described a city in chaos, with jets streaking low over rooftops, tanks on the streets, heavy detonations and aggressive fighting.

"The fighting is close to my house," said one resident in the Hawari district. "Planes are going very low, there are explosions, there is fighting around the February 17 [militia] base."

But there were wildly different claims over whether the attacks have official sanction, with the government denouncing the offensive and the local army command saying it was monitoring the situation.

The attack is led by Khalifa Hiftar, a former commander of the 2011 uprising that deposed Muammar Gaddafi. Hitfar announced the operation was launched to clear Benghazi of Islamist militias and restore Libya's dignity.

Hiftar, who called on the army earlier this year to mount a coup against the government, appears to have the support of a significant proportion of Libya's armed forces. He insisted the operation was sanctioned by army commanders, saying: "All reserve forces are mobilised. If we fail today, the terrorists win."

But Libya's government insisted the operation had no official sanction, with the chief of the general staff, Abdul Salam Jadallah, branding Hiftar a criminal and ordering Benghazi's militias to fight back.

Air force planes struck the bases of the Rafalla al-Sahati and Ansar al-Sharia militias, the latter blamed by Washington for the attack two years ago on the US consulate that led to the death of ambassador Chris Stevens.

By early afternoon on Friday hundreds of Benghazi residents had assembled on a flyover to watch the battles around militia bases, as jets and helicopters circled above.

There are few foreigners in Benghazi, with most diplomatic missions evacuated after a string of attacks and bombings. Britain closed its consulate in the city in 2012 after a rocket attack on the former ambassador which wounded two of his bodyguards.

Elsewhere in Libya there are reports of pro and anti-government forces mobilising. The capital, Tripoli, is tense after weeks of skirmishes between rival militias.

The attack comes after weeks of chaos and instability in Libya, with the national congress split between Islamists and their allies and non-Islamists.

A new prime minister, Ahmed Maiteeg, was elected earlier this month in a vote opponents labelled fraudulent, and has still to take office, which remains in the hands of former defence minister Abdullah al-Thinni, himself a replacement for Ali Zeiden who was sacked in March.

Earlier this week the Pentagon announced the deployment of a force of 200 Marines, backed by helicopters and vertical takeoff aircraft in Sicily amid growing concerns about Libya's unrest.

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What was fake on the Internet this week: UFO attacks, Solange tweets and those twins born holding hands

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(I jumped to number 5, the rest of the article is here: http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-intersect/wp/2014/05/16/what-was-fake-on-the-internet-this-week-ufo-attacks-solange-tweets-and-those-twins-born-holding-hands/)

5. A UFO did not attack a Taliban training camp. More than 1.6 million people have watched a video of the alien “attack,” purportedly filmed by U.S. Marines, since it was uploaded to YouTube earlier this month. Tabloids like the Daily Mail and the New York Daily News have given it weirdly credulous coverage. Bad news, UFOlogists: The video was taken from a clip of a factory explosion, first uploaded to Youtube as early as 2009.


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« Reply #10684 on: May 16th, 2014, 10:39am »

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Guardians of the Galaxy is shaping up to be Marvel's strangest, riskiest superhero fim yet.
Should Iron Man be quaking in his boots? Lucinda Everett goes behind the scenes

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In a small cabin on a Shepperton Studio lot, another world is being created. A few worlds, actually. Around me are strange planets (one in the shape of a decapitated head), hulking spaceships, lush extra-terrestrial landscapes with azure waters and gleaming cities, and gaggles of unrecognisable races. Granted, they’re all in model or concept art form, but I’m utterly transported.

I shouldn’t be surprised. I’ve come to the set of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, the latest film from the studio responsible for blockbuster franchises like Iron Man, Thor and The Avengers, and this is the production’s ‘war room’. But, as production designer Charles Wood attests, “this is just a tiny dot of what we do”. Wood has been working on the project for 10 months when we meet, leading a team of 400, and running absolutely everything past Marvel. “This film is very different from what they have done before. It’s a very bold venture – kind of bonkers,” he says, “so they… ‘shepherd it’ would be a good term.”

And "bonkers" is a good term for Guardians, being as it is Marvel’s riskiest film to date. For a start, the story is centred on a group of characters that nobody has heard of. Even hard-core fan boys would cite the gang as one of Marvel’s more obscure properties. And when you do get to know them, they’re not exactly the blockbuster good guys you’re used to rooting for, but rather a ragtag bunch of ex-cons (including mastermind rodent Rocket Racoon and sentient tree Groot) who find themselves on the run together after stealing a coveted orb. Marvel is used to taking risks on unknown characters, of course: few outside the comic book fan sphere had heard of Iron Man when the 2008 film was released. But they had heard of Robert Downey Jr.

He pulled in the crowds and the film made $585 million globally, with Iron Man 3 going on to gross $1.2 billion five years later. The Guardians cast, meanwhile, is a hotchpotch of Brits, character actors, and newcomers, and is headed by Chris Pratt (best known as rotund imbecile Andy Dwyer in NMC comedy Parks and Recreation) in the unlikely role of Peter Quill, the Guardians’ obnoxious man-child of a leader. Add to all of this a director (James Gunn) who made his name leading low-budget, pitch black comedies (not a CGI battle sequence in sight) and Marvel’s decision to plough an estimated $150 million or more into this project begins to look less "bonkers" and more "just plain suicidal".

But Wood, like everyone else on set, has every confidence – particularly in Gunn. In fact, "James’s vision" is something I’ll hear extolled time and again during my visit. For Wood, following this vision has meant bringing colour, humour and “groundedness” to the sets. He abandoned the “mid-grey, moody, greasy sort of look” of today’s science-fiction films in favour of the punchy colour schemes of Sixties and Seventies sci-fi illustrations, and photographed landscapes like Singapore and the Great Barrier Reef to give realistic foundations to the film’s new worlds.

As for the humour, look no further than the Milano – Quill’s muscle car of a spaceship, filled with Seventies memorabilia from when its owner left Earth as a boy. (When I climb into the ship later on, I find Rubik’s cubes, retro stickers and flight controls that look as if they belong in an arcade.) “It’s a little tongue-in-cheek note back to the Seventies with its joystick, bad bronze, and bad leatherette,” says Wood.

Later, in a huge hangar lined with towering shelves of cauldrons, television sets, skulls and more, property master Barry Gibbs allows himself a small grumble about the film’s vintage feel – specifically Quill’s prized possession: a Walkman, complete with a mixtape of songs that connect him with home. “We’ve been searching for about five months for late-Seventies, early-Eighties Sony Walkmans,” he sighs, but looking at the props on show, I’m pretty sure that Walkmans are the least of his worries.

There are acid-etched swords, a rifle for Rocket, intricate lock picks, the sacred orb itself, and an enormous weapon called a Hadron Enforcer, which creates nuclear explosions within confined spaces. Gibbs’s team of 132 must create multiple versions of most pieces so, to save time, some are made externally using 3D printing technology. “It is certainly the way we’ll be going forward,” says Gibbs but he’s not yet completely sold. “[The CAD draftsmen] can make things look useful but they don’t always work. This morning a gun failed on set so now we have to work out how it’s put together.”

Watching filming, I get the impression there’s little time for failures, especially when I meet director Gunn. A slight man, with a shock of spiky, gelled hair and a warm smile, he keeps one eye on the playback monitors while we speak and excuses himself three times during our conversation to pop back onto the set – a huge stone and steel structure that looks like the inside of an Aztec cave, but which is actually the interior of The Dark Astor, chief baddie Ronan’s spaceship.

Gunn isn’t the least bit overawed by the scale of the production. “It’s actually much easier than the other movies I’ve made because the people around me are so competent. And I am very controlling,” he laughs. “I have very specific ideas about everything in the movie. I draw every single shot myself. I’m crazy about screen direction, about prosthetics, about everything. You can ask these guys – I’m a f------ maniac. But I’ve had more time to do this movie than any other movie so I feel really comfortable.”

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@ Purr I knew you would love that! I never cease to be amazed by them..I' haven't yet recovered fully from losing mine recently..takes time..

Self Healing Chips survive a laser hit


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Three years ago, Apple's iPhone 4 launch was marred by the grip of death. If you held the iPhone just so, your hand could interfere with the phone's antenna. Calls would drop, and web surfing would suck.

It was a PR nightmare for Apple, which eventually handed out free plastic bumpers that could fix the problem. But now, researchers at the California Institute of Technology say they're developing a new approach to chipmaking that could prevent this -- and crack down on a few other chip problems as well.

They've built a new kind of "self-healing" processor. Basically, it can reorganize itself when confronted with something like the Apple death grip, or worse.

To test their chips, the Caltech researchers blasted out components in specially built chips, similar to the kind of power amplifier chips you'd find in your mobile phone. They found that their their chips could fix themselves and keep on working even after being blasted by lasers. When they are first disrupted, the test chips waste a lot of power, but as they heal themselves, they automatically figure out the best state to change into, in order to keep working as efficiently as possible.

That's a big deal. With most chips, if a single transistor fails, it's enough to put it out of service. The Caltech chips, however, are equipped with sensors and a kind of digital immune system that allows them to alter the way they operate, bringing in new resources to replace whatever has been damaged, even after they've been blasted with lasers.

"Every so often a transistor blows up," says Caltech Professor Ali Hajimiri. "In a current chip -- if you have a microprocessor or a radio transceiver on your cellular phone -- if one transistor is gone, the entire chip is useless."

Hajimiri hopes that these self-healing techniques could be used by chipmakers to build more robust processors and to boost yield rates of existing chips. They'd do that by fixing chips that would have once been considered unusable.

To complete their research, the team used lasers to torture their microprocessors in a variety of ways, which you can see in the images above.

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A laser-blasted chip, captured via electron microscope. The Caltech team aimed a high power laser at very small areas of the chip. "We hit them with different powers of laser and different focus, and with a different size of the laser," says Hajimiri. So the damage runs from the precise vaporization of the top layer of the chip (bottom left) to deeper, more powerful shots, with a the laser focused beneath the surface of the chip. With these hits, right, you get the messier, chip-blown-up kind of effect.
































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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-05-16/where-worlds-unsold-cars-go-die?page=3


User ImageIn the past several years, one of the topics covered in detail on these pages has been the surge in such gimmicks designed to disguise lack of demand and end customer sales, used extensively by US automotive manufacturers, better known as "channel stuffing", of which General Motors is particularly guilty and whose inventory at dealer lots just hit a new record high. But did you know that when it comes to flat or declining sales and stagnant end demand, channel stuffing is merely the beginning?

Presenting...

Where the World's Unsold Cars Go To Die (courtesy of Vincent Lewis' Unsold Cars)


Above is just a few of the thousands upon thousands of unsold cars at Sheerness, United Kingdom. Please do see this on Google Maps....type in Sheerness, United Kingdom. Look to the west coast, below River Thames next to River Medway. Left of A249, Brielle Way.

Timestamp: Friday, May 16th, 2014.

There are hundreds of places like this in the world today and they keep on piling up...

THE WORLDS UNSOLD CAR STOCKPILE

Houston...We have a problem!...Nobody is buying brand new cars anymore! Well they are, but not on the scale they once were. Millions of brand new unsold cars are just sitting redundant on runways and car parks around the world. There, they stay, slowly deteriorating without being maintained.

Below is an image of a massive car park at Swindon, United Kingdom, with thousands upon thousands of unsold cars just sitting there with not a buyer in sight. The car manufacturers have to buy more and more land just to park their cars as they perpetually roll off the production line.
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'Executed' Kim Jong-Un girlfriend reappears on North Korea television

Singer was reported to have been killed by firing squad last year for making a sex tape but has turned up on state TV alive and well

By Damien McElroy, Foreign Affairs Correspondent
10:19AM BST 17 May 2014

A North Korean singer said to be Kim Jong-Un’s ex-girlfriend and reported to have been executed by firing squad last year has appeared on state television, apparently alive and well.

Hyon Song-Wol was shown on state television delivering a speech at a national art workers rally in Pyongyang on Friday.

The singer was reported to have been caught up in palace intrigue last summer having incurred the displeasure of Ri Sol-ju, Mr Kim’s wife. The 31-year-old North Korean leader and the performer were said to have been teenage lovers but had been forced to break up their relationship by Kim Jong-il, the deceased Dear Leader.

Then in August, Chosun Ilbo, a South Korean newspaper with close links to that country’s intelligence services, reported that Hyon and eleven other well-known performers had been caught making a sex tape and executed.

The reappearance of Hyon - perhaps best known for her hit song Excellent Horse-like Lady - came after months of speculation about whether or not she was alive.

“They were executed with machine guns while the key members of the Unhasu Orchestra, Wangjaesan Light Band and Moranbong Band as well as the families of the victims looked on,” sources reportedly said at the time.

South Korea’s spy chief Nam Jae-Joon added weight to the reports when he said in October that he was “aware” of the alleged execution.

“We are aware of the execution of some 10 people associated with the Unhasu Orchestra”, two lawmakers quoted Mr Nam as saying at a closed door parliamentary session, according to Yonhap news agency.

It was also reported that other bands that were part of the “new wave” of music ushered in by Mr Kim’s succession to the leadership had before forced to witness the execution as a salutory lesson.

Asahi Shimbun, Japan’s best selling daily, joined in the reporting, claiming the rare execution of state performers had been ordered to prevent rumours spreading about the supposedly decadent lifestyle of Ms Ri, North Korea’s first lady, while she was an entertainer.

North Korea angrily denied the reports, calling them an “unpardonable” crime.

The North’s state news agency KCNA said the reports were the work of “psychopaths” and “confrontation maniacs” in the South Korean government and media.

“This is an unpardonable, hideous provocation hurting the dignity of the supreme leadership,” a KCNA commentary said.

In an apparent attempt to prove the rumours untrue, North Korean radio in October aired a performance by the Unhasu orchestra but the lack of pictures of the singer until last week reports of her death had continued to dog the Pyongyang regime.


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Three unidentified flying objects were seen falling from the sky and landing in villages early yesterday morning in Heilongjiang province, China News Service reported.

The round, metal objects crashed down in villages of two counties administered by Qiqihar, the news agency cited government officials as saying. Residents reported hearing a loud, piercing noise and seeing something like a "fireball" falling into a vegetable plot owned by one of the villagers.

Images taken by residents showed one of the objects, a metal ball covered with a jagged-edged layer weighing around 40 kilograms with a diameter of 70 centimeters, nestled into the soil. Two other "similar objects" were spotted hurtling from the sky and down to the ground in the neighboring Baiquan county, CRIEnglish (http://english.cri.cn/6909/2014/05/16/2702s826860.htm) relays.

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Three unidentified flying objects were seen falling from the sky and landing in villages early yesterday morning in Heilongjiang province, China News Service reported.

The round, metal objects crashed down in villages of two counties administered by Qiqihar, the news agency cited government officials as saying. Residents reported hearing a loud, piercing noise and seeing something like a "fireball" falling into a vegetable plot owned by one of the villagers.

Images taken by residents showed one of the objects, a metal ball covered with a jagged-edged layer weighing around 40 kilograms with a diameter of 70 centimeters, nestled into the soil. Two other "similar objects" were spotted hurtling from the sky and down to the ground in the neighboring Baiquan county, CRIEnglish (http://english.cri.cn/6909/2014/05/16/2702s826860.htm) relays.

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This was on Twitter. It was so cute that I had to post it.
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IF YOU LOOK VERY CLOSE ~ YOU WILL SEE "MADE IN CHINA" cool ~ ON THE OTHER HAND...ONE COULD CONSIDER THE ANGLE OF DESCENT AND QUESTION WHETHER THOSE BLACKEND AREAS COULD BE ASSOCIATED WITH HEAT WHILE ENTERING OUR ATMOSPHERE rolleyes rolleyes rolleyes

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