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« Reply #2190 on: Sep 14th, 2017, 08:56am »

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NASA Will Be Streaming Video During Cassini's Death Plunge - Here's How to Watch

Not long to go.

DAVE MOSHER
14 SEP 2017

If you could magically teleport across the solar system, Saturn would be a great place to swing by on Friday morning.

Hovering above the ringed planet's surface, you'd see something amazing. Just after 6:32am EDT, a bus-size object will scream over the cloud tops, burst into millions of pieces, and glow like a meteor.

But this meteor isn't a rock: It's NASA's nuclear-powered Cassini spacecraft plunging to its doom.

There's little chance telescopes will see the 20-year, US$3.26-billion mission come to an end.

However, NASA TV is broadcasting live online video of the final stages of Cassini's "Grand Finale", the moment its last stream of data comes in, and - by extension - confirmation that it's died. (You can watch via YouTube or Ustream at the end of this post.)

Why scientists are killing Cassini

NASA launched Cassini toward Saturn in 1997. The probe arrived in 2004, and has studied the planet, its rings of ice and dust, and collection of mysterious moons ever since.

On Friday, the mission is coming to a "a fiery end high above the clouds of Saturn," Earl Maize, an engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) who manages the Cassini mission, told reporters during a NASA press conference on Wednesday.

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NC mom invents a spray she says will attract any Bigfoot within a mile and a half

By Mark Price
September 13, 2017 7:05 AM

The nation’s endless search for proof of Bigfoot’s existence may soon come to an end.

A North Carolina-based wife and mother has home brewed a spray that she says can attract any Bigfoot within a mile and a half.

Sold at $7 a bottle, the “environmentally friendly” Bigfoot Juice also doubles as a bug spray, said creator Allie Megan Webb, who runs Happy Body Care out of Marion. She created it sitting at her kitchen table.

There is anecdotal proof her spray does, in fact, attract a Bigfoot.

Field tests have been done, she said, and they include a recent outing by the research group Bigfoot 911, in which a Bigfoot sighting was reported. It happened the first week of August, in the woods of McDowell County. The report made national news.

“I think that’s enough to say it can attract a Bigfoot,” says Webb. “To attract a Bigfoot, you need a smell that is woodsy enough to keep from scaring him off. But slightly different enough to make him curious, and come to investigate.”

Market reaction to the spray, which is sold on the internet, has ranged from excitement to giggles. This includes a guy named Jeffrey Wilson of Hawaii, who wanted to know if she made a troll repellent.

Webb — who also created a dog deodorant called Stinky Dog Spray — understands people may doubt the product. She won’t swear there is a Bigfoot herself.

“But I do believe there is something out there in the woods,” she says. “I’m definitely not trying to make fun of people who believe. A lot of people are more serious about this (juice) than I thought. There are people around the world inclined to believe Bigfoot is real.”

That includes her husband, Corey, a member of Bigfoot 911 since 2014. He was out the night of Aug. 4 when Bigfoot 911 reported spotting “a large bipedal animal covered in hair.” Corey didn’t see it himself, but he’s a believer.

In 2015, a Boone man submitted a video to a Charlotte news station of a possible Bigfoot sighting in Western North Carolina. Is it real, or is that a person running around in a gorilla costume?

She gives him a lot of credit for Bigfoot Juice. He was using her home-concocted bug spray during Bigfoot hunts, and asked her to make something less “feminine smelling.” She started whipping things together and found a more musky, outdoors smell. Next thing you know, the team spotted a Bigfoot.

Coincidental? Maybe. Opportune? Definitely.

Corey Webb guesses the secret of the juice is that it masks human odors, which could frighten a Bigfoot. “Honestly, I don’t know if it’s a key to finding Bigfoot, but it’s definitely not going to hurt your chances,” he says.

His advice if you attract a Bigfoot with the juice?

“Just stand there. I wouldn’t run. There are no reports of a Bigfoot being aggressive.”

His wife suggests something else, however. “Pull out your camera immediately.”

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Navy's Underwater Archaeology Branch seeks to identify submerged aircraft

By Donna Cipolloni
NAS Patuxent River Public Affairs
13 September 2017

On March 18, 1945 at 2:15 p.m., an XF8F-1 Bearcat sped down the runway and climbed into the sky above Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland. At that moment in time, no one could have imagined the propeller-driven fighter plane disappearing into the distance would become the focus of a naval underwater archaeological investigation more than 70 years later.

The Bearcat’s 23-year-old pilot, with Aircraft Armament Test Squadron, had logged 935 flight hours and been awarded the Air Medal the previous June while participating in nine carrier-based operations in the Pacific.

With just under seven hours flight time in the prototype Bearcat, which had only arrived at Pax River’s Naval Air Test Center in October 1944, the pilot was undertaking an authorized gunnery test flight for the purpose of firing the aircraft’s twin machine guns to determine gun equipment function and retention of boresight, and to test the new mounting brackets installed on one of the guns.

The wind was blowing out of the northeast at five knots; the cloud cover consisted of a high broken overcast at 7,000 feet. Armament Test personnel observed three firing runs on the flight without incident, after which the airplane passed out of their field of view to the south.

At about 3:45 p.m., when the aircraft had not yet returned to Pax River and was determined to be overdue, the Station Operations Department was notified and search operations were requested.

The final resting place of that Bearcat — or, more precisely, the attempt to verify its final resting place — was the reason an underwater archaeologist from Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC) and three volunteer divers working with the Institute of Maritime History (IMH) found themselves out on the Chesapeake Bay, June 10, chugging toward the location where a known aircraft, suspected of being the Bearcat, lies submerged and relatively intact in the murky depths.

Discovering a sunken aircraft

Several years ago, during a routine NOAA hydrographic survey of the Chesapeake, a submerged object was discovered and noted as “an obstruction or wreck” with another “anomaly” reported lying approximately 90-feet to the north of it.

“One of our people, Dan Lynberg, took a good sidescan [sonar] image of it and it was obviously an airplane, so we started going out to look at it,” said Dave Howe of IMH, a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and documentation of archaeological remains related to maritime history. The group works closely with the Navy, Marine Corps and the Maryland Historical Trust. “When we first found it, we didn’t realize what type of aircraft it was because it was quite small. We were stuck until George came up with the idea of the Bearcat — and it fit.”

Howe is referring to Dr. George Schwarz, an underwater archaeologist with the Underwater Archaeology Branch (UAB) of NHHC out of Washington, D.C. It is the UAB’s responsibility to manage, research, conserve and interpret the more than 2,500 Navy shipwrecks and 14,000 aircraft wrecks distributed worldwide.

Over the past three years, after painstakingly researching accident history reports, archival records and numerous other sources, Schwarz and UAB staff have identified the possible locations of a number of submerged aircraft from the 1940s and 50s that crashed off the shores of NAS Pax River — and one of those aircrafts is likely the missing Bearcat.

“We know the Navy used to recover as much [of a crashed aircraft] as they could, but we’ve done quite a bit of research on those aircraft we believe the Navy did not recover at the time, and this is one of those,” Schwarz noted. “We looked at the NOAA data and it actually correlated with the area we’d already identified as its possible location.”

Incident background

The accident history card on the ill-fated test flight reveals the Navy had sent out three search planes to scour the water and adjacent land that bounded the air firing range the pilot had cleared for his flight.

Around 4:35 p.m., the planes sighted a large heavy slick, about 100- x 200-feet, still bubbling fresh oil. A crash boat arrived on scene at 5:05 p.m. and picked up a seat back cushion, an oxygen bottle, two pieces of flap enclosure strip and a left glove inscribed in ink with the pilot’s name.

On the following day, grappling operations recovered a section determined to be the upper left “V” log of the engine mount, which had been separated violently at each end. Though further extensive search operations located nothing else, the recovered parts were identified as belonging to the missing Bearcat.

With no witnesses and nothing unusual observed about the flight, no deduction as to the cause of the accident could be determined; however, the size of the oil slick and the separation of the engine indicated a violent crash.

“In the case of a high impact collision into the water, you usually only get parts of the aircraft, maybe a wing or a fuselage; maybe it’s just basically a debris field,” Schwarz noted. “This one is unique in that it’s fairly intact, so there are a lot of features and dimensions that will help us in identifying it.”

Information already obtained from previous scans and dives indicates a small, all-metal, low-wing, bubble canopy aircraft with an approximate 33-foot wingspan — all consistent with a Bearcat — sitting upright with a missing engine, also consistent with the flight’s accident history report.

With yet another follow-up visit to the site, Schwarz continued his quest to verify whether the sunken wreck at the bottom of the Chesapeake is the lost Bearcat and identify if the anomaly lying to the north of it could be its missing engine.

Divers collect data

As the team approached its target site, Howe maneuvered his boat Roper as close to the submerged aircraft as possible and dropped a mushroom anchor attached to a buoy. The first diver in the water, Polaris Luu, was tasked with finding the plane, laying a dive line from the buoy to the aircraft, and noting its location with a marker sent to the surface.

Next overboard were Bill Isbell and Carolin McManus, the only one of the three who had dived the wreck before.

Below, conditions were disorienting as the divers attempted to acclimate themselves in darkness lit only by a single shaft of light from a handheld source. Visibility was no more than 18 inches ahead as silt particulates swirled around them in a sort of brown blizzard.

“The visibility was so poor it took a while to determine the orientation of the plane,” Isbell said. “Once we realized we were on the remains of the tail, we were able to navigate to the port side wing on the front.”

Luu described the cockpit as open, filled with mud and covered with marine plant life, thereby completely obstructing their view of the instrument panels and flight controls.

“The cockpit was easily discernible but completely covered in growth,” Luu said. “The fuselage is in good shape but also completely covered in growth, which hides all markings.”

The divers had been instructed not to move, clean or disturb anything; and as their air depleted, they surfaced to regroup, share their initial observations, discuss their next action plan and prepare for another dive.

“The highest priority is to locate the four gun ports and the air scoops to obtain their measurements with respect to each other and the wing roots,” McManus explained, as she geared up one more time.

During their second descent, now somewhat familiar with their surroundings, the team was able to successfully obtain a few of the desired measurements from Schwarz’s wish list.

The divers clearly observed the gun ports on the front of each wing — indicating a military aircraft — and measured them 10-inches apart, although the air scoops were too degraded to provide useful measurements. The cockpit bubble canopy appeared to be collapsed backwards, and the cockpit width was measured at 3 feet 1 inch. Wing width was recorded as 7 feet.

Air consumption was the limiting factor in how much the divers could accomplish and, unfortunately, they ran out of time before completing all of the measurements and investigating the separate anomaly that may be the Bearcat’s severed engine.

Nothing the divers observed that day rules out the fact that this wreck is anything other than what the team thinks it is, but they are not nearly ready to call it.

“We don’t ever determine anything on the first, second or even fifth dive,” Schwarz said. “I think the presence and spacing of the gun ports is the most telling of a Navy aircraft. Also, the measurements that we do have from previous dives for wing span and length are generally consistent with the dimensions of a Bearcat — though not all diagnostic measurements were obtained to confirm that.”

If this wreck is indeed the aircraft in question, it would be protected legally from unauthorized disturbance under the Sunken Military Craft Act. It could also be the final resting place of a U.S. Sailor.

Going forward

Schwarz noted that additional visits to the site will be necessary to obtain further measurements to compare with schematics and plans of prototype Bearcats — such as the height of the windshield above the fuselage and wing length from tip to root, among others; and to make additional observations such as whether the craft’s wing tips may be missing.


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I used to sell my own brand of alligator repellent. Just locally.

One bloke said 'You're having a laugh. there are no alligators around here'.

'Exactly' I responded. 'Good stuff, isn't it ?'.

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on Sep 14th, 2017, 5:44pm, INT21 wrote:
I used to sell my own brand of alligator repellent. Just locally.

One bloke said 'You're having a laugh. there are no alligators around here'.

'Exactly' I responded. 'Good stuff, isn't it ?'.

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on Sep 14th, 2017, 5:44pm, INT21 wrote:
I used to sell my own brand of alligator repellent. Just locally.

One bloke said 'You're having a laugh. there are no alligators around here'.

'Exactly' I responded. 'Good stuff, isn't it ?'.

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French researchers win 'funny Nobel' for investigating whether cats are both solid and liquid

15 September 2017

Can cats be both solid and liquid? A French researcher who delved into this conundrum has been honoured with an Ig Nobel prize - an alternative award honouring research that 'first makes people laugh, then makes them think'.

The Ig Nobel for physics went to Marc-Antoine Fardin of the Université Paris Diderot, for a science paper questioning: "Can a Cat Be Both a Solid and a Liquid?"

In his acceptance speech, Fardin explained that a liquid could be defined as something which adapts its shape to the container it is in. Since cats manage to squeeze into narrow vases and glasses, and appear to expand to fill boxes and buckets, they could be seen as having liquid properties.

The study was a serious attempt to probe "some of the actual questions and problems that are studied in rheology, the study of the flow of matter," Fardin said.

"When I was asked if I was willing to accept the prize, the answer was easy," he added. "It might be cool to refuse a Nobel Prize but it's certainly uncool to refuse an Ig Nobel."

The awards were given out in ten categories ranging from economics and anatomy to medicine and cognition. They were presented at Harvard University by bemused laureates of the perhaps better-known Nobel Prize, which the Ig Nobels have spoofed since 1991, tongue firmly in cheek.

"The winners this year have truly earned their prizes," master of ceremonies Mark Abrahams, editor of The Annals of Improbable Research - a science humour magazine - told guests as he unveiled this year's statuette: a mannequin head with a red question mark perched on top.

Winners would also receive $10 trillion, the presenters announced - albeit of the Zimbabwean variety. That sum was worth about $8 (€6) when the bank note was issued in 2009.

A French team also took home the Ig Nobel for medicine, after researchers from the Sorbonne in Paris and the Université de Lyon used brain scans to look at which parts of the brain registered disgust in the presence of cheese.

Researchers carried out brain scans on both cheese-lovers and those who disliked the food, while they were exposed to cheesy scents and pictures - specifically of cheddar, goats’ cheese and gruyère - to determine the part of the brain where aversion to cheese originates.

Other award-winning studies examined why old men have big ears and whether vampire bats have developed a taste for human blood.

The Ig Nobel peace prize was awarded to a team of Swiss scientists who discovered that playing the didgeridoo can help people stop snoring.

And a Spanish team scooped the prize in the obstetrics category for research showing that babies 'sing and dance' in the womb, when tunes were played to them through a 'musical tampon'.

The awards are not an attempt at ridiculing science, the Ig Nobel organisers said.

"Good achievements can also be odd, funny, and even absurd, so can bad achievements," notes a statement on the website. "A lot of good science gets attacked because of its absurdity. A lot of bad science gets revered despite its absurdity."

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The many stories of UFOs have come to take on a grander reality than what we are expected to believe in news.
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That somehow a flashfire from an explosion many reported not to have heard or seen..coming from a plastic bucket injured 22 people, burned head to toe, yet left a towel on top, covering half, left no singe or melting or soot inches away. we are never shown the ceiling which should have sustained some marking as the explosion would have bointed upwards follwing newtons and boyles laws force and gas.

But because we are the Salt of the Earth..The shmuks and morons we must believe..
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Karma is truly a beeyatch....

Do NOT p*** in the lagoon!




Reporter for prestigious newspaper eaten by crocodile while relieving himself in lagoon

By Jenny Awford and Maryse Godden
Published September 14, 2017

A Financial Times journalist was killed by a crocodile while washing his hands at a lagoon in Sri Lanka during a holiday with pals.

Paul McClean, 25, an Oxford University graduate, is understood to have wandered away from his group of friends to find a toilet when he was attacked.

The British victim is believed to have been dragged under water at a lagoon called Crocodile Rock near a popular surf spot after being ambushed by the reptile.

McClean graduated from Oxford with a First class honors degree in French in 2015 before joining the Financial Times later that year.

He had covered Brexit and the European Union for the newspaper and had recently returned to London after living in Brussels for a couple of months.

The lagoon, known to be crawling with crocodiles, is yards away from popular surf spot Elephant Rock near Arugam Bay on the southeast coast.

Sri Lankan police and the army are said to be searching the shore surrounding the area.

“Local search and rescue teams are working alongside the police and British Embassy in attempt to locate the man's body."

Meanwhile, a Scottish tourist, who wishes to remain anonymous, said: “A British tourist was at a surf spot called Elephant rock.

"There's a lagoon right next to the sea. He went to the toilet next to the lagoon and was grabbed by a crocodile.

“There are lots in the lagoon. People last saw his arms in the air in the water and then was grabbed under. I was there but didn’t see it happen though. Horrible."

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« Reply #2200 on: Sep 15th, 2017, 1:46pm »

Re the pictures from the underground bombing attempt.

It is all rather odd.

There is no doubt that many people were injured by some kind of flash fire.

But you would expect much more smoking and damage etc even if the thing didn't detonate.

First thing I noticed when I saw it on the news was that not even the windows were knocked out. Then there was a short video of the bucket burning.

I can only assume that there was a vapour flash that did the harm.

It seems they got the mix wrong; fortunately.

A very amateur affair indeed. Any terrorist-in-the-know wouldn't have made that mistake. Also he/she would have timed it to detonate when the train was in one of the tunnels, not out in the open.

All strange.

A lucky day for a lot of people.

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If you look at the injuries and exclude stampede injuries, I've been in those too..the burns are not what you would expect..these look like 3rd degree burns..as opposed to 1st n 2nd reddening..like the singed hair..no smoke or soot reported..making it an extremely efficient and sustained burning of fuel as opposed to a flash. If a bad preignition burn there would be some black smoke, especially whith the plastic bags..
Note one shot of the bucket is clean, with a little flame, opposite an intact, then another where the opposite that had no contact, suddenly in flames. Like someone said..that fire is not going to well..lets help it a little..then take a shot..
Its truly transparent what was done there.

In fact the singed hair reports were two, and one wore a white shirt and tie which was spotless...then..for effect they pix a pair of shoes together on the platform..as if the person jumped out of their shoes..and another next to a fire engine ..placed there obviously...very peculiar.
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The last one in no way would have been just sat down..would be in great pain..extreme pain..hollywood
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OMGthat is awesome......outside the box...beyond the boxcutter even.. grin grin

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