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« Reply #9285 on: Oct 17th, 2013, 10:09am »

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Full-length Felix Bomgartner helmet cam video released
Posted by Alan at 6:16 AM on October 16, 2013

Just over one year ago, Felix Bomgartner rode his Red Bull Stratos balloon to the staggering height of 128,000 feet and then leaped out, free-falling from the stratosphere. It was the highest skydive ever made and, thanks to the extremely thin atmosphere, Bomgartner quickly broke the record for the fastest freefall at just over 840 MPH.

Prior to now, bit and pieces of the footage recorded by Bomgartner’s helmet cam have been released, but now, on the heels of the documentary release, the full nine-minute video has been released.

Astronomer Phil Plait points out that “Baumgartner accelerates to a velocity of 700 km/hr in a mere 20 seconds. That means he was accelerating at an average of about 9.7 meters per second per second — just about what you’d expect for an object falling to Earth in a vacuum, where the only force is that of gravity”.

While many news agencies were quick to describe this jump as “from the edge of space”, Plait also points out that space begins at a height of 100 KM and Bomgartner leaped from 39 KM. That doesn’t make it any less cool, of course, just a technical aspect of the perspective. If you are high enough to see the curvature of the earth, then its not somewhere most people would be comfortable with being, let alone jumping from.

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« Reply #9286 on: Oct 17th, 2013, 12:44pm »

on Oct 14th, 2013, 09:21am, WingsofCrystal wrote:
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And a very good evening to you, Crystal! Thank you for the Stuff (hardly any Nonsense at all laugh ) keeping us so well informed at Casebook.

(I'm watching CNN and ALJAZEERA and must say: LOTS of stuff goin on in the US, like House and Senate Republicans and your President ah.. DECIDING to keep paying your bills. Head scratcher, I swear!!!)


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« Reply #9287 on: Oct 17th, 2013, 10:13pm »

The more things change the more they stay the same
http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2011/12/blackwater-rebrand-academi/
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Blackwater’s New Ethics Chief: John Ashcroft
Blackwater Gets ‘Too Big To Fail,’ Hires AIG Castoff
Blackwater’s New Director: Bill Clinton’s Lawyer
Will Blackwater Go Vegan After Sale to Hippie Firm?


Blackwater 3.0: Rebranded ‘Academi’ Wants Back in Iraq
Say goodbye to Xe. The company formerly known as Blackwater — the world’s most infamous private security corporation — has jettisoned the name it chose in its 2009 rebrand. Now the “security solutions provider” wants to wash away the taint of the 2007 Nisour Square shootings by adopting the new name “Academi.”

But the company is changing its name — not its core business. And it even wants back into the country where it ran its brand through the mud: Iraq.
“Our focus is on training and security services. We’re continuing that,” new CEO Ted Wright tells Danger Room. “We’re not backing away from security services. The lion’s share of our business today is providing training for security services and [providing] security services.”

If Blackwater — sorry, Academi – was a sports franchise, you’d consider 2011 its rebuilding year. A consortium of investors close to the family of founder Erik Prince bought the company in late 2010, and spent 2011 putting together its new leadership team. It brought on board former Attorney General John Ashcroft, Bill Clinton consigliere Jack Quinn and Suzanne Folsom from the insurance giant AIG. Wright came from military-services giant KBR. Notice a pattern? All have deep experience with crisis management.

Notice another pattern: All of those hires either worked in senior government positions or worked closely with those who did. That signals confidence in the company’s traditional business — getting big government contracts to protect diplomats, aid workers and even the military in dangerous places. On its new website, Academi says providing “stability and protection to people and locations experiencing turmoil” is its “core” business. New name, same wheelhouse.



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« Reply #9288 on: Oct 18th, 2013, 09:29am »

on Oct 17th, 2013, 12:44pm, purr wrote:
And a very good evening to you, Crystal! Thank you for the Stuff (hardly any Nonsense at all laugh ) keeping us so well informed at Casebook.

(I'm watching CNN and ALJAZEERA and must say: LOTS of stuff goin on in the US, like House and Senate Republicans and your President ah.. DECIDING to keep paying your bills. Head scratcher, I swear!!!)


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Good morning Purr cheesy

I think all of the "Nonsense" is going on in Washington, D.C. tongue

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on Oct 17th, 2013, 10:13pm, Sys_Config wrote:
The more things change the more they stay the same
http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2011/12/blackwater-rebrand-academi/
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Blackwater’s New Ethics Chief: John Ashcroft
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Will Blackwater Go Vegan After Sale to Hippie Firm?


Blackwater 3.0: Rebranded ‘Academi’ Wants Back in Iraq
Say goodbye to Xe. The company formerly known as Blackwater — the world’s most infamous private security corporation — has jettisoned the name it chose in its 2009 rebrand. Now the “security solutions provider” wants to wash away the taint of the 2007 Nisour Square shootings by adopting the new name “Academi.”

But the company is changing its name — not its core business. And it even wants back into the country where it ran its brand through the mud: Iraq.
“Our focus is on training and security services. We’re continuing that,” new CEO Ted Wright tells Danger Room. “We’re not backing away from security services. The lion’s share of our business today is providing training for security services and [providing] security services.”

If Blackwater — sorry, Academi – was a sports franchise, you’d consider 2011 its rebuilding year. A consortium of investors close to the family of founder Erik Prince bought the company in late 2010, and spent 2011 putting together its new leadership team. It brought on board former Attorney General John Ashcroft, Bill Clinton consigliere Jack Quinn and Suzanne Folsom from the insurance giant AIG. Wright came from military-services giant KBR. Notice a pattern? All have deep experience with crisis management.

Notice another pattern: All of those hires either worked in senior government positions or worked closely with those who did. That signals confidence in the company’s traditional business — getting big government contracts to protect diplomats, aid workers and even the military in dangerous places. On its new website, Academi says providing “stability and protection to people and locations experiencing turmoil” is its “core” business. New name, same wheelhouse.





Good morning Sys,

It creeps me out to think that private armies are tearing around without any oversight. Such is the world inside the beltway.

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« Reply #9290 on: Oct 18th, 2013, 09:47am »

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House panel on Benghazi eyes White House document, Panetta testimony

By James Rosen
Published October 17, 2013

As they wrap up their 13-month probe into the terrorist attacks in Benghazi that killed four Americans, congressional investigators have zeroed in on a press release issued the day before the murders by White House Press Secretary Jay Carney.

They also are seeking fresh testimony from former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta.

Staffers with the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations told Fox News they have reached the preliminary conclusion – as the Obama administration has long maintained – that no military rescue or remedy was feasible on the night of September 11, 2012, when U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and three other Americans died amid an eight-hour assault by terrorists on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi and a nearby annex.

However, House investigators have also determined that the reason no military forces could be rallied to intervene in Benghazi is because U.S. military assets were poorly postured amid the turmoil of that period, as the eleventh anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks approached.

“My job was to look at the days and the weeks and the months and the years leading up to that day, and ask the question: Why weren’t we prepared, and who is responsible?” said Rep. Martha Roby, R-Ala., chair of the HASC subcommittee. “If the White House is projecting that we were safe, the White House has to take responsibility of our lack of preparedness.”

On September 10, 2012, the day before the Benghazi attacks, Carney’s office issued a four-sentence press release stating that earlier that day, President Obama had met with “key national security principals” to discuss “the steps taken to protect U.S. persons and facilities abroad…on the eve of the eleventh anniversary of September 11th.”

General Carter Ham, then the commander of U.S. Africa Command, the combatant command with jurisdiction over Libya, told the House investigators he was not consulted as part of the meetings referred to in the White House press release.

When a spokesperson for the National Security Council indicated that the White House had dealt directly with the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey, the House Armed Services subcommittee called the chairman as a witness in a classified setting. Subcommittee staffers told Fox News that Dempsey indicated to them last week that the meetings alluded to in the press release had been routine, and fairly casual in nature.

Questioned about the scope of the security meetings held in the period leading up to the Benghazi attacks, and the development of the September 10 press release, Carney bristled at what he deemed “partisan” inquiries by the GOP-controlled majority on the House Armed Services Committee. He also suggested that questions about those meetings were not properly addressed to the spokesman for the commander-in-chief.

“I think when it comes to how the U.S. military positions its assets,” Carney said in response to queries posed at the daily press briefing on Thursday, “that is a question best answered by the Department of Defense and by commanders. But you get no argument here from the suggestion that there was not adequate security there.”

Because its jurisdiction is limited to the U.S. military, the subcommittee cannot subpoena White House documents or witnesses. But staffers on the panel told Fox News they are working in tandem with other House subcommittees whose purview may enable them to secure such evidence.

Asked if the White House would be willing to share with the panel, or make available to the public any emails, memos or other documents associated with the development of the press release, Carney shook his head and said, “I think we’re done here,” before exiting the briefing room.

Roby indicated the panel will seek to question former Defense Secretary Panetta as part of its probe, to see what he can share regarding the security precautions alluded to in the White House document.

During a “Fix the Debt” panel at the National Press Club on Wednesday, in which Panetta participated, Fox News attempted to pose a question about this to the former secretary. But the moderator forbade it and Panetta’s office did not respond to an attempt by Fox News to discuss the subject off-camera.

Staffers for the subcommittee said they hope to produce a final report summarizing their findings before work begins in earnest on the next defense authorization bill. They also said the Pentagon has generally been “very cooperative” with the panel in making documents and witnesses available, and has not sought to “stonewall” their investigation.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/10/17/house-panel-on-benghazi-eyes-white-house-document-panetta-testimony/

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Feds Sued for Hiding NSA Spying From Terror Defendants

By David Kravets
10.17.13
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Five years after Congress authorized warrantless electronic spying, the Obama administration has never divulged to a single defendant that they were the target of this type of phone or email surveillance — despite lawmakers’ claims the snooping has stopped terrorist plots and resulted in arrests.

The reason federal prosecutors are keeping mum, and perhaps violating federal rules requiring the government to tell defendants where evidence was obtained, is because such a concession would pave the way for a challenge to the constitutionality of the surveillance tactics, which Congress approved in 2008 and then again in December.

Against that backdrop, the American Civil Liberties Union filed a new lawsuit today in New York federal court against the Justice Department, demanding an accounting of the defendants ensnared under the law, known as the FISA Amendments Act, which codified President George W. Bush’s once-secret spy program adopted in the wake of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. The suit is in response to the government not answering the civil rights group’s Freedom of Information Act request in March.

The suit (http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/threatlevel/2013/10/FAA-Notice-FOIA-Complaint.pdf) said that the Justice Department’s failure to “release responsive records is of particular concern because the request relates to a highly controversial surveillance authority whose wisdom, effectiveness, and legality is a matter of intense and ongoing public debate.”

The suit comes as U.S. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr. reportedly is arguing internally that there is “no legal basis” for failing to disclose to defendants if they were a target of the warrantless surveillance. To be sure, there’s been plenty of defendants ensnared under the program.

In Senate hearings in December, just days before the legislation was set to expire. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-California) successfully urged her fellow lawmakers to do what the House had done: Reauthorize the act for another five years. She described at least nine terror plots that were broken up by the program, and said “There have been 100 arrests to prevent something from happening in the United States, some of these plots have been thwarted because of this program. I think it is a vital program.” (.pdf)

The government’s secrecy on the matter was pivotal in killing a challenge to the legislation before the Supreme Court.

Ruling 5-4 in February the justices set aside the ACLU’s challenge because the plaintiffs — journalists and human rights groups the ACLU was representing — had no evidence they were surveilled under the authority of the FISA Amendments Act.

But the court’s decision did not foreclose a constitutional challenge. The justices said that, if the government “intends to use” evidence obtained in such a manner, “the government must provide advance notice of its intent, and the affected person may challenge the lawfulness of the acquisition.”

The act generally requires the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to rubberstamp terror-related electronic surveillance requests. The government does not have to identify the target or facility to be monitored. It can begin surveillance a week before making the request, and the surveillance can continue during the appeals process if, in a rare case, the secret FISA court rejects the surveillance application.

The court was adopted in the wake of the President Richard M. Nixon Watergate scandal, and provided authorities a way to conduct authorized surveillance in secret while under the auspices of a court for the purpose of acquiring “foreign intelligence.”

The government’s change of heart on whether disclosure was required first became public in the prosecution of brothers accused of plotting to blow up a high-profile target in New York City.

The terrorism case concerns brothers Raees Alam Qazi, 20, and Sheheryar Alam Qazi, 30.

Among other things, prosecutors said the younger Pakistani-born brother surfed Al-Qaida internet sites to learn how to build a bomb. The FBI recorded telephone calls allegedly linking him to a plot to blow up a New York landmark last year.

In May, the authorities said doing so would disclose “sensitive national security information.”

But in July, the authorities said it “does not intend to use any information obtained or derived from FAA-authorized surveillance.” The government did not say, however, whether it has such evidence or built a case on it.

But the authorities said that its May filing “is not the government’s position.”

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Brain May Flush out Toxins During Sleep; Sleep Clears Brain of Molecules Associated With Neurodegeneration: Study

Oct. 17, 2013 — A good night's rest may literally clear the mind. Using mice, researchers showed for the first time that the space between brain cells may increase during sleep, allowing the brain to flush out toxins that build up during waking hours. These results suggest a new role for sleep in health and disease. The study was funded by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), part of the NIH.

"Sleep changes the cellular structure of the brain. It appears to be a completely different state," said Maiken Nedergaard, M.D., D.M.Sc., co-director of the Center for Translational Neuromedicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York, and a leader of the study.

For centuries, scientists and philosophers have wondered why people sleep and how it affects the brain. Only recently have scientists shown that sleep is important for storing memories. In this study, Dr. Nedergaard and her colleagues unexpectedly found that sleep may be also be the period when the brain cleanses itself of toxic molecules.

Their results, published in Science, show that during sleep a plumbing system called the glymphatic system may open, letting fluid flow rapidly through the brain. Dr. Nedergaard's lab recently discovered the glymphatic system helps control the flow of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), a clear liquid surrounding the brain and spinal cord.

"It's as if Dr. Nedergaard and her colleagues have uncovered a network of hidden caves and these exciting results highlight the potential importance of the network in normal brain function," said Roderick Corriveau, Ph.D., a program director at NINDS.

Initially the researchers studied the system by injecting dye into the CSF of mice and watching it flow through their brains while simultaneously monitoring electrical brain activity. The dye flowed rapidly when the mice were unconscious, either asleep or anesthetized. In contrast, the dye barely flowed when the same mice were awake.

"We were surprised by how little flow there was into the brain when the mice were awake," said Dr. Nedergaard. "It suggested that the space between brain cells changed greatly between conscious and unconscious states."

To test this idea, the researchers used electrodes inserted into the brain to directly measure the space between brain cells. They found that the space inside the brains increased by 60 percent when the mice were asleep or anesthetized.

"These are some dramatic changes in extracellular space," said Charles Nicholson, Ph.D., a professor at New York University's Langone Medical Center and an expert in measuring the dynamics of brain fluid flow and how it influences nerve cell communication.

Certain brain cells, called glia, control flow through the glymphatic system by shrinking or swelling. Noradrenaline is an arousing hormone that is also known to control cell volume. Similar to using anesthesia, treating awake mice with drugs that block noradrenaline induced unconsciousness and increased brain fluid flow and the space between cells, further supporting the link between the glymphatic system and consciousness.

Previous studies suggest that toxic molecules involved in neurodegenerative disorders accumulate in the space between brain cells. In this study, the researchers tested whether the glymphatic system controls this by injecting mice with labeled beta-amyloid, a protein associated with Alzheimer's disease, and measuring how long it lasted in their brains when they were asleep or awake. Beta-amyloid disappeared faster in mice brains when the mice were asleep, suggesting sleep normally clears toxic molecules from the brain.

"These results may have broad implications for multiple neurological disorders," said Jim Koenig, Ph.D., a program director at NINDS. "This means the cells regulating the glymphatic system may be new targets for treating a range of disorders."

The results may also highlight the importance of sleep.

"We need sleep. It cleans up the brain," said Dr. Nedergaard.

This work was supported by grants from the NINDS (NS078167, NS07830, NS028642).


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Published on Oct 17, 2013


UFO sighting Ufos recorded in Pennsylvania. This incredible Ufo sighting was filmed from a car window as the passenger was filming the beautiful mountains that are spread across parts of Pennsylvania into areas of Upstate New York and New Jersey, on the East coast of the United States. The female who said her name is Megan, was recording the landscape for a long time during her road trip. Megan said, "I thought that the object was another bird or something natural, it happened so suddenly..." We asked Megan speak with us but she was hesitant about talking and she wanted to remain anonymous. She added that the sighting took place on a weekend in September, 2013. Megan mentioned that her husband was driving while the Ufo sighting took place, she said he never noticed the Ufos because he was so focused on the road and fatigue from driving for many hours. She said, "There were many birds flying over the parkway that day..." Once they realized what they had on the tape they contacted, LookNowTV. Thank you very much for this exclusive Ufo sighting, Megan!

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« Reply #9295 on: Oct 18th, 2013, 10:12am »

CRYSTAL,

THIS.IS CLASSIC...THE EXPRESSION ON THE TROOPER'S FACE AT THE REAR OF THE HUM-V IS PRICELESS...I MAY BE WRONG BUT HAVE BEEN STUCK JUST LIKE THESE GUYS AND OH...MY THOUGHTS WERE...THIS PIECE.OF S.....
WHAT.DO YOU MEAN YOU FORGOT TO LOCK THE HUBS..WE GOTTA CALL THE C.O. AND TELL.HIM TO SEND AN M-1 TO PULL US OUT...SO MUCH FOR NIGHT PATROL!!!...EXPECT THE WORSE AND HOPE FOR THE BEST...
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CRYSTAL,

MAN YOUR ON A ROLL.TODAY!
THIS.PRETTY GETS TO ONE CRUX OF THIS PARTICULAR SITUATION...AND THAT IS DEFENDANT'S.COUNSEL MORE THAN LIKELY WILL.REVIEW.THEIR DISCOVERY AND SEE IF ALL AGENCIES INVOLVED COMPLIED WITH STATUTORY GUIDLINES IN PROVIDING DISCOVERY...IF IT'S INCOMPLETE...IN MY EYES THOSE WHOM REDACT/SHADOW CRITICAL EVIDENCE...DEPENDING ON WHOSE PRESIDING(JUDGE) WHETHER SUCH NEGLIGENCE/GROSS AND WANTON DISREGARD WILL BE A RULE 11/ SANCTIONABLE.ACTION...
WE SHALL SEE...

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on Oct 18th, 2013, 10:12am, ZETAR wrote:
CRYSTAL,

THIS.IS CLASSIC...THE EXPRESSION ON THE TROOPER'S FACE AT THE REAR OF THE HUM-V IS PRICELESS...I MAY BE WRONG BUT HAVE BEEN STUCK JUST LIKE THESE GUYS AND OH...MY THOUGHTS WERE...THIS PIECE.OF S.....
WHAT.DO YOU MEAN YOU FORGOT TO LOCK THE HUBS..WE GOTTA CALL THE C.O. AND TELL.HIM TO SEND AN M-1 TO PULL US OUT...SO MUCH FOR NIGHT PATROL!!!...EXPECT THE WORSE AND HOPE FOR THE BEST...
THANX FOR SHARING...AS.ALWAYS!!!

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The things they go through would make me tear out my hair!

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on Oct 18th, 2013, 10:27am, ZETAR wrote:
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MAN YOUR ON A ROLL.TODAY!
THIS.PRETTY GETS TO ONE CRUX OF THIS PARTICULAR SITUATION...AND THAT IS DEFENDANT'S.COUNSEL MORE THAN LIKELY WILL.REVIEW.THEIR DISCOVERY AND SEE IF ALL AGENCIES INVOLVED COMPLIED WITH STATUTORY GUIDLINES IN PROVIDING DISCOVERY...IF IT'S INCOMPLETE...IN MY EYES THOSE WHOM REDACT/SHADOW CRITICAL EVIDENCE...DEPENDING ON WHOSE PRESIDING(JUDGE) WHETHER SUCH NEGLIGENCE/GROSS AND WANTON DISREGARD WILL BE A RULE 11/ SANCTIONABLE.ACTION...
WE SHALL SEE...

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We often talk about our marvelous technology--from our computers and smart phones to our robots and rockets. We've come a long way from the Dark Ages. But I want to share with you some amazing "technology" from the 1700's. The video is less then five minutes long. You will be amazed.


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