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« Reply #1140 on: Mar 30th, 2017, 12:09pm »

SWAMP,

"I think they are here."

HMMM...I'M LOOKING FOR A NEW BOOK SOON grin

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« Reply #1141 on: Mar 30th, 2017, 12:43pm »

SYS,

"Kewl gif Z ..Timing is right with this stuff.."

THANK YOU SIR!...AS ALWAYS...UR INSIGHTS ARE...

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« Reply #1142 on: Mar 30th, 2017, 1:49pm »

SES-10 MISSION

SpaceXís Falcon 9 rocket will deliver SES-10, a commercial communications satellite for SES, to a Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO). SES is a world-leading satellite operator, providing reliable and secure satellite communications solutions across the globe.

The SES-10 mission will mark a historic milestone on the road to full and rapid reusability as the worldís first reflight of an orbital class rocket
. Falcon 9ís first stage for the SES-10 mission previously supported the successful CRS-8 mission in April 2016.

SpaceX is targeting launch of SES-10 from historic Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASAís Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The two and a half hour launch window opens on Thursday, March 30, at 6:27 p.m. EDT, or 10:27 p.m. UTC. The satellite will deploy approximately 32 minutes after launch. A backup launch window opens on Saturday, April 1, at 6:27 p.m. EDT, or 10:27 p.m. UTC.

http://www.spacex.com/webcast

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« Reply #1143 on: Mar 30th, 2017, 3:47pm »

"Daddy, how does "politics" work? Can you explain it?"

"Sure, son! You see, it's like this....."



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« Reply #1144 on: Mar 30th, 2017, 5:33pm »

Uh oh! Wikileaks has just released a CIA photograph that reveals what Zetar does in his spare time!! shocked




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« Reply #1145 on: Mar 30th, 2017, 6:31pm »

SWAMP,

"Uh oh! Wikileaks has just released a CIA photograph that reveals what Zetar does in his spare time!!"

THAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN CLASSIFIED!...ANYHOO...

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« Reply #1146 on: Mar 30th, 2017, 6:46pm »

on Mar 30th, 2017, 5:33pm, Swamprat wrote:
Uh oh! Wikileaks has just released a CIA photograph that reveals what Zetar does in his spare time!! shocked




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« Reply #1147 on: Mar 30th, 2017, 7:44pm »

on Mar 30th, 2017, 6:31pm, ZETAR wrote:
SWAMP,

"Uh oh! Wikileaks has just released a CIA photograph that reveals what Zetar does in his spare time!!"

THAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN CLASSIFIED!...ANYHOO...

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I THINK IT'S MORE THAN "SWAMPTASTIC"
more like
LAW OF ATTRACTION,
&
I NEVER THOUGHT THAT IT BE LIKE THIS

but
http://www.gematrix.org/?word=it+does+appear+trinaissance+is+a+global+phenomenon

There is more
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#58, in, H
#1086 in, H
#96 in, H
#946 in, H

how you do dat

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« Reply #1148 on: Mar 30th, 2017, 11:49pm »

MOKSHA,

"how you do dat"

LEARNED IT ALL FROM SYS wink

החוק המשיך

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« Reply #1149 on: Mar 31st, 2017, 12:10am »

wow these last couple of pages shoud be bronzed!
I always knew swamp was psychic! grin

Disarming news another NEO closerthan moon


PS if you use twitter its become horrendous 2 intel easy to spot relatively new accounts or accounts with yuge number of posts covering sensitive topics palestine war..etc..
one common denominator they slip up at..on some posts if you see a like hatian creole translation appear..thats intel
and they bait bait..don't ...just block them because there is no way someone says from Au and that would pop up..
I asked how she got 70k tweets in less than 2 years.

the girl said....you're wise bye..
I said..beyond my years and you are clever..bye bye and good hunting..
blockem dont argue just block em

anywho hope cliff can way in on the neo

Zetar..those magic letters haha
The hammer would be proud..
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« Reply #1150 on: Mar 31st, 2017, 02:15am »

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« Reply #1151 on: Mar 31st, 2017, 05:34am »

on Mar 31st, 2017, 12:10am, Sys_Config wrote:
wow these last couple of pages shoud be bronzed!
I always knew swamp was psychic! grin

Disarming news another NEO closerthan moon


PS if you use twitter its become horrendous 2 intel easy to spot relatively new accounts or accounts with yuge number of posts covering sensitive topics palestine war..etc..
one common denominator they slip up at..on some posts if you see a like hatian creole translation appear..thats intel
and they bait bait..don't ...just block them because there is no way someone says from Au and that would pop up..
I asked how she got 70k tweets in less than 2 years.

the girl said....you're wise bye..
I said..beyond my years and you are clever..bye bye and good hunting..
blockem dont argue just block em

anywho hope cliff can way in on the neo

Zetar..those magic letters haha
The hammer would be proud..
grin grin


We survived grin

At 9m with a distance of 0.8 LD...Another recent discovery.

He mentioned the possibility of (what I call) stragglers, Possible.
I'm in for a good meteor shower.....It's the ones that come in and zip all over the sky and then makes evasive maneuvers by suddenly zipping back out....Yeah, those freak me out ! shocked shocked shocked

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2 More recent discoveries to mention (because of distance) are 2017 FU102( 0.6 LD - 8m) & FT 102 ( 1LD -6m ) April 2 & 3 .

Good morning Casebook !

Edit to add : kiss

@ Comet hunters : 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresak
http://spaceweather.com/

And...Congrats SpaceX !!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPEPKGEQuiU&t=33s

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« Reply #1152 on: Mar 31st, 2017, 10:03am »

"We survived grin"


Whew! Yes we did! Good morning UFOCasebookers cheesy




Scientific American

One Reason Young People Donít Go Into Science? We Donít Fail Well

A single project failure drives many students to switch to other majors

By Sara Whitlock, STAT on March 27, 2017

Four weeks into my first semester of college, my academic confidence was completely shredded. I had back-to-back tests in cell biology, chemistry, and calculus, and my time management skills werenít quite there yet. I failed my calculus exam, and suddenly I wasnít sure I had the intelligence or the ability to get a degree in science.

My story has a happy endingóat least to me. Through stress eating, meltdowns, and support from my professor and older students, I studied my way to an A-minus in that calculus class. But, even better: I learned how to fail, something I keep learning and relearning as I come to the end of my second semester in graduate school. Itís the fundamental underpinning of scientific resilienceófailing repeatedly, and picking yourself up to try again.

Itís what I think is missing from many young Americansí educational experiences, and, in part, why I think so many of us, as smart and creative and technically adept as we are, shy away from scientific research as our careers.

Learning resilience is fundamental to a successful career as a scientist. The experiments we try will fail many times before they work, whether as an undergraduate, a PhD student, or a postdoc gunning for a faculty position. Iím dealing with this right now in my third laboratory rotation: In trying to study a protein in zebrafish, I made a mistake and all my embryos died. So, Iím troubleshooting and doing the experiment again.

But actually overcoming failure is challenging. Many students who began science degrees with me switched to other majors the first time a project failed. One failure and they were gone.

This dropout situation has lasting implications for American science. The US has plenty of scientists, but fewer and fewer are being born in the US. These foreign-born scientists are welcome, as far as Iím concerned, but with all the recent changes in immigration and visa policy, itís an uncertain futureólarge numbers of our scientists-in-training could be forced to leave after they finish graduate school or postdocs.

Without these scientists, American science will suffer.

So, why are more immigrant students and fewer American students pursuing science education? Obviously, many factors play into this shift. With proposed cuts to the National Institutes of Health budget, a science career doesnít look all that attractive to many peopleóthe already fierce competition for money to fund research will likely become cutthroat. Research scientists make lower wages than doctors or lawyers, our early science and math education doesnít always make these subjects interesting, and for a lot of scientists, our prime research years also happen to be our prime parenting years.

But again, I think resiliency plays a role. A 2011 study looked at resiliency in disadvantaged students in the US, Japan, Korea, and other countries and found that non-US students were more resilient. We produce too few students who can recover from academic challenges.

So how can we encourage greater resilience in students passionate about science but discouraged by failures? Angela Duckworth, a psychologist at the University of Pennsylvania, says students who believe their intellect can grow, rather than it being fixed, are more resilient in pursuing their goals.

For me as a scientist, this happened when I realized that one failure wasnít the end of my career; I could grow intellectually to overcome failures. However, I only came to this realization when successful older science students shared their failures with me, including one who told me how she failed an exam her first semester. Since then Iíve remembered her encouragement as my first two semesters of grad school have thrown me numerous small failures: experiments that refused to work, test scores lower than Iíd prefer, and time management setbacks while learning to deal with the unique challenges of graduate science education.

Talking about personal failures isnít enjoyable. No one wants to relive the ego-crushing bruises of a poor test score or a rejection from a coveted job or graduate program or summer internship. But we need to keep talking to younger science students, when appropriate, about our failures so that theyíll know their own similar failures arenít career-crushers. Thatís something my mentors have done for me, and itís something Iím working on right now.

By normalizing the experience of failure in the pursuit of science, my hope is that we can keep American students in the field, so that we can remain competitive with other countries in uncertain times and in uncertain budgets. Resiliency in science and innovation is how we got to the top, and I believe that our ability to bounce back is key to staying there.

Republished with permission from STAT. This article originally appeared on March 21, 2017

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/one-reason-young-people-dont-go-into-science-we-dont-fail-well1/#

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« Reply #1153 on: Mar 31st, 2017, 11:36am »

"One Reason Young People Donít Go Into Science? We Donít Fail Well"


Interesting article on a troubling subject!
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« Reply #1154 on: Mar 31st, 2017, 1:47pm »

Here Sys, check this one out.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQU_t5oL_No&feature=em-uploademail

Luck, or evasive maneuvers ? grin

Wrong way Zed ! kiss

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