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« Reply #2205 on: Sep 16th, 2017, 07:51am »

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* Bomb injured 30 on Friday morning commuter train

* House searched in Surrey after arrest at southern port

* Britain on highest threat level of critical

* Soldiers guard sites such as nuclear plants (Adds details)

By Kate Holton

LONDON, Sept 16 (Reuters) - Police arrested an 18-year-old man in the departure lounge of the port of Dover on Saturday in what they said was a "very significant" step in the hunt for whoever planted a bomb on a London commuter train that injured 30 people a day earlier.

Prime Minister Theresa May put Britain on the highest security level of "critical" late on Friday, meaning another attack may be imminent, and deployed soldiers and armed police to strategic locations such as nuclear power plants.

On Saturday morning officers in Dover, a ferry port on the southeast coast from which passenger ships sail to France, arrested a man and then partially evacuated the area, recovering a number of items, the police said without elaborating.

Hours later, police raided a house in a commuter town southwest of London, and evacuated nearby premises as a precaution. Police officers in forensic suits were seen entering a modest house in a suburban street in Sunbury, around 11 miles (18 km) from Parsons Green where the bomb exploded.

The police said they were keeping an open mind as to whether more than one person was involved in the Friday morning attack on a packed train in west London.

"We are still pursuing numerous lines of enquiry, and at great pace," Senior National Co-ordinator for Counter Terrorism Policing Neil Basu told reporters.

"We're open-minded. If there are other people responsible it's our job to find them and that is part of the reason why we are remaining at 'critical' at the moment."

Officials said the attack could have been deadly. The home-made bomb shot flames through a packed train carriage but apparently failed to detonate fully.

According to media reports, the device was attached to a timer, unlike other recent blasts which have typically been suicide bombs.

Pictures showed a slightly charred white plastic bucket with wires coming out of the top in a supermarket shopping bag on the floor of a train carriage.

"This is a very significant arrest," said interior minister Amber Rudd of the 18-year-old. "The police have made very good progress but the operation is ongoing," she said.

"There is no doubt that this was a serious IED (improvised explosive device) and it was good fortune that it did so little damage."

Islamic State claimed responsibility. The group has claimed other attacks in Britain this year, including two in London and one at a concert by American singer Ariana Grande in Manchester, but intelligence officials say there is scant evidence that it had orchestrated them.

CRITICAL THREAT LEVEL

Armed police patrolled the streets of London near government departments in Westminster and guarded Premier League soccer grounds hosting matches on Saturday, including the national stadium at Wembley.

Cressida Dick, Britain's top police officer, sought to reassure the public as she joined colleagues patrolling the entertainment district on the south bank of the Thames.

"Yesterday we saw a cowardly and indiscriminate attack which could have resulted in many lives being lost," she said. "London has not stopped after other terrible attacks and it will not stop after this one."

The last time Britain was put on "critical" alert was after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at the Ariana Grande concert in May.

The threat level remained at the highest setting for four days while police raced to establish if the man had worked alone or with the help of others. Prior to that it had not been triggered since 2007.

Prime Minister May said the public should not be alarmed by armed officers on the streets, a rare sight in Britain. "This is a proportionate and sensible step which will provide extra reassurance and protection while the investigation progresses," she said in a televised statement late on Friday.

The bomb struck as passengers were travelling to the centre of the British capital. Some suffered burns and others were injured in a stampede to escape from the station, one of the above-ground stops on the Underground network. Health officials said none was thought to be in a serious condition.

"I was on the second carriage from the back. I just heard a kind of 'whoosh'. I looked up and saw the whole carriage engulfed in flames making its way towards me," Ola Fayankinnu told Reuters.

"There were phones, hats, bags all over the place and when I looked back I saw a bag with flames." (Reporting by Kate Holton; Editing by David Clarke and Robin Pomeroy)
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Converting waste toilet paper into electricity

Date: September 15, 2017
Source: Universiteit van Amsterdam (UVA)

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Waste toilet paper can be converted to electricity by gasification followed by reaction with air in a high-temperature fuel cell. Credit: UvA/HIMS

Chemists at the University of Amsterdam's (UvA) Sustainable Chemistry research priority area, together with colleagues from the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development of Utrecht University, have published the first techno-economic analysis of converting waste toilet paper into electricity. In the journal Energy Technology, they propose a two-step process and calculate a cost per kWh comparable to that of residential photovoltaic installations.

Waste toilet paper (WTP) is not often considered an asset.

In fact, most people usually prefer not to think about it at all. Yet it is a rich source of carbon, containing 70-80 wt% of cellulose on a dry basis. On average, people in Western Europe produce 10-14 kg waste toilet paper per person per year. Accumulating in municipal sewage filters, it is a modest yet significant part of municipal waste.

At the same time, waste toilet paper is a businessman's dream because it is one of the few raw materials with a negative cost. While this may vary across countries and regions, in the Netherlands wastewater treatment facilities pay around 70 €/ton to get rid of WTP. It is therefore an extremely attractive resource since people will actually pay you to take it off their hands.

Being such 'true waste', WTP offers a great opportunity for closing loops, increasing resource efficiency and creating a truly circular economy. For the UvA's chemists, using WTP as a resource for generating electricity therefore 'the ultimate waste recycling concept'. The Amsterdam region alone generates some 10,000 tons of WTP per year, enough to power 6400 homes.

What's more, since the cellulose in WTP comes from trees, the electricity produced is renewable. This offers a great opportunity for matching society's demand for renewable energy. Renewable resources often show discontinuous peaks. Plant stems can be recycled, but only after the harvest; sunlight is available in the daytime (and depends on cloud cover); and wind supply is as predictable as the weather. Waste toilet paper, however, is a continually available resource.

The Amsterdam-Utrecht research project, led by UvA professors Gadi Rothenberg and Bob van de Zwaan of the UvA's Van 't Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences, proposed a simple two-step process for the conversion of WTP, creating a direct route from unwanted waste to a useful product. Master's student Els van der Roest examined the possibility of combining devices for the gasification of WTP (step 1) with high-temperature solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) able to directly convert the WTP-gas into electricity.

The project's goal was to assess the feasibility of such a WTP-to-electricity system at a scale of 10,000 ton WTP per year, based on real-life parameter values. Using techno-economic analysis methods, the team presented a basic process design, an overall energy balance and an economic study for this concept. Data for the experiments and calculations were obtained in collaboration with the Amsterdam waste-to-energy company (afvalenergiebedrijf, AEB).

In an open-access paper published in the international peer-reviewed journal Energy Technology, the researchers present the basic system design, as well as its electricity yield and overall efficiency, based on detailed mass and energy balance calculations.

The overall electric efficiency is 57%, similar to that of a natural gas combined cycle plant. The levelized cost of electricity (LCOE, a measure used for consistent comparison of electricity generation methods) is 20.3¢/kWh. This is comparable at present to residential photovoltaic installations.

The system's capital costs are still relatively high, mainly due to the fuel cell investment costs. But these are expected to decrease as the market for fuel cells develops. The operating costs are relatively low, partly thanks to the high thermodynamic efficiency (ca. 70%). The researchers expect learning effects could make the system more competitive in future, with an LCOE of about 11 ¢/kWh.

The project team concludes that there is a future in turning waste toilet paper into electricity. 'When we discuss these results with companies, people get very excited', says Prof. Rothenberg. However, no Dutch company or municipal authority has as yet been willing to invest in further development. The team is now considering taking their concept abroad: 'We might see the first WTP-to-electricity plant being built in China', according to Rothenberg.

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1. Els van der Roest, Mijndert van der Spek, Andrea Ramirez, Bob van der Zwaan, Gadi Rothenberg. Converting Waste Toilet Paper into Electricity: A First-Stage Technoeconomic Feasibility Study. Energy Technology, 2017; DOI: 10.1002/ente.201700247

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His Name was YaYa... Honored By The Queen....Yeah Yeah..

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Is the truth out there? Woman believes her aunt and uncle were abducted by aliens in rural New Hampshire almost 60 years ago

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Published: 07:21 EDT, 18 September 2017

An author and researcher whose relatives claimed to be abducted by aliens in one of the most famous UFO stories of the last 60 years says she has key evidence proving extra-terrestrials exist.

Barney and Betty Hill said they saw a UFO as they were driving through rural New Hampshire, USA.

Their niece Kathleen Marden was just 13 at the time but began researching the incident many years later for a biography of the couple.

A pink substance on Mrs Hill's dress and spot marks on the car boot are evidence of the 1961 abduction, the Florida-based writer told the Examiner in her first ever British interview.

The self-proclaimed 'Ufologist' was speaking at the UFO Truth magazine conference in Holmfirth, west Yorkshire, which ran this weekend.

She said her aunt and uncle were credible witnesses whose story only went public when a journalist breached their confidence.

'I believe there was an abduction,' she said.

'When I began the investigation I was as unbiased as I could be.

'I did analysis of Betty and Barney’s statement when they were on the (alien) craft, being taken and then released.

'My analysis is that the experience was real.'

After speeding away from the scene, the couple claim to have found themselves 35 miles south with little memory of how they'd ended up there.

They described details of a disc-shaped ship while under hypnosis, with Mr Hill recalling eight to 10 beings who were 'somehow not human'.

Mrs Marden said: 'They were dressed in black shiny uniforms...Barney believed they had a plan to capture him.

'Something started to drop down out of the craft. He ran back screaming to Betty that they had to get out of there or they would be captured.'

The couple sped away from the scene but later found themselves 35 miles further south with little memory of what had happened in the interim period.

Mrs Marden is convinced their account is not a hoax and called on sceptics to scrutinise the evidence.

'The scientists who investigated the case said Betty and Barney were honest and mentally healthy,' she said.

'They were upstanding members of their community.

'I think people should look at the evidence instead of speculating.'

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In San Diego, hundreds line up for hepatitis A vaccinations after deadly outbreak may have hit restaurants

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September 18, 2017, 8:05 AM

After news that San Diego’s deadly hepatitis A outbreak may have infiltrated the food service industry, more than 200 people this weekend lined up for vaccinations as restaurants reinforced their health safety measures.

“All eyes are on San Diego,” Steve Zolezzi, president of the Food & Beverage Assn. of San Diego, said of the outbreak, one of the nation’s largest in decades, which prompted county officials to declare a local public health emergency earlier this month.

Miguel Valle, a 65-year-old resident of East San Diego, was one of dozens who lined up early to get a free vaccination at the county’s North Central Public Health Center on Saturday, many of them fearful they may have been exposed at a Pacific Beach restaurant.

“I’ve got things to do this morning but I wanted to get this taken care of, get some peace of mind,” said Valle.

On Friday, San Diego County health officials advised the public that anyone who ate or drank at the oceanfront World Famous restaurant on seven specific dates and times may have been exposed to a person with the hepatitis A virus.

Valle and nine of his friends ate appetizers at the restaurant on Aug. 28, one of the dates on the list.

“I’m a little angry because I have to go through this, but I’m not faulting the restaurant,” said Valle. “It’s better to be safe than sorry.”

Keith Knight, 52, of Pacific Beach agreed: “It’s easier to be vaccinated than to be treated.”

By the time the health center closed at 2 p.m., 225 people had received inoculations.

“We’re in the midst of an outbreak and anybody who comes here who wants to get the shot, even if they didn’t eat at the restaurant, we’re going ahead and giving them the shot,” said Dr. Eric McDonald, director of the county’s epidemiology and immunization services branch.

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Navy is running top secret programme to detect alien spacecraft under the ocean, UFO expert claims

Leading astronomer and ufologist Marc D’Antonio says that he witnessed a USO – unidentified submerged object – while aboard a navy submarine in the North Atlantic

By Emma Parry, Digital US Correspondent in Hulett, Wyoming

19th September 2017, 11:04 am
Updated: 19th September 2017, 12:06 pm

Marc D’Antonio, an astronomer and chief video analyst for UFO organisation MUFON, said he witnessed what he believes must have been an alien craft travelling at impossible speeds while he was on board a US Navy submarine in the North Atlantic ocean.

Marc then heard a naval officer ordering the sonar operator to log the unidentified object - which was travelling at "several hundred knots" - as part of the “Fast Mover Programme”.

Currently most submarine and torpedoes can only go up to 40 knots – due to the resistance of the water.

The Russians reportedly have a torpedo that can go in excess of 200 knots - but a speed of "several hundred knots" would appear to be impossible for human-built crafts.

Marc, who runs a special effects company called FX Models that undertakes Naval contracts, said: “As a thankyou for doing some work for them Navy asked me if I wanted to go for a ride in a submarine so I said yes.

“Once we got under I was sitting in the sonar station and the sonar operator was sitting right next to me.

"Submarines are loud – people think they are very quiet and it’s true they are on the outside because the sound doesn’t get out. But inside you hear fans, noise - it’s a constant din on a sub.

“I was sitting there zoning out a little because I was sea sick and all of a sudden the sonar kid shouts 'fast mover, fast mover' and I’m jolted awake – thinking ‘What’s happening? Is it a torpedo?’

“The executive officer comes out and the operator shows him the path of the object and the officer says 'How fast is that going?'

“And the kid said 'several hundred knots'. I start to lean forward to listen in – and the officer said ‘Can you confirm it?’

“So he goes to another sonar machine and confirmed it wasn’t a machine anomaly - it was real. I thought ‘Wow that is incredible’.

“When the sonar guy said ‘What do I do with this?’ the officer said ‘log it and dog it’ - in other words log it and bury it.”

Four years later Marc said he was doing some more contract work for the Navy when he spoke to a senior naval figure about what he saw.

“I asked him ‘Can you tell me about the Fast Mover Programme?'" Marc explained.

“He looked at me and said 'Sorry Marc I can’t talk about that programme'.

“So he basically confirmed to me that the programme exists - he said everything without seeing anything.

“What that told me was that USOs are common – we even have a programme in place to classify and log and determine the speed of them and it goes into a vault.”

Marc made the claims at the Devil’s Tower UFO Rendezvous in Hulett, Wyoming – where UFO enthusiasts from around America met at the site of Close Encounters Of The Third Kind rock to discuss alien-related findings.

He also revealed he is currently working on a project with Close Encounters visual effects supervisor Douglas Trumbell, which he hopes will scientifically prove the existence of alien life.

The pair have been designing UFO detecting ground units which they hope to eventually place in countries all over the world.

Marc, who also runs the SkyTour LiveStream YouTube channel where he takes viewers on live tours of the night sky, is currently testing the units in his observatory.

He said: "The UFOTOG II system will bring ufology into the 21st century by marrying real science with standard observation.

"The system will look for phenomena in the sky and if it finds something that isn't a satellite, a plane, or some known object that we can access in a database, it will alert us by sending a message via GPS satellite to our cell phones.

"We'll make all the data we collect open and available to everyone.

"We are open minded and believe that visitation by an advanced alien race is not a scientific improbability."

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4 Alleged Bigfoot Sightings from August 2017

Posted by Rob Schwarz on September 16, 2017
Last Updated: September 16, 2017

Last month, we saw a full solar eclipse slice its way across North America, and with it came some pretty odd warnings about increases in paranormal activity and, yes, Bigfoot sightings. Did any of that happen?

I have no idea, but here are a few Bigfoot-related stories and videos that popped up over the last month.

1. A Late-Night Bigfoot

The Bigfoot investigation team Bigfoot 911 had their own sighting on Friday, August 4.

The team was out in a forested area in McDowell County, North Carolina when they witnessed a “creature.” The sighting happened at about 11:00 p.m.

They’d been placing glow sticks around the forest, hoping to gain Bigfoot’s attention, when something emerged from beyond the trees and began throwing rocks at them. One of the team members described the creature as “a large bi-pedal animal covered in hair.” The creature’s face, however, was “solid black,” and completely hairless.

The creature then ran off into the woods. That, however, wasn’t the end of their story. In fact, it actually went off into some pretty odd directions.

The Sasquatch Shaman Situation of North Carolina

The following week, a man named Gawain MacGregor stepped forward, claiming to have been wandering through that area on the night of the sighting. According to BBC News, he’d been out on a “sacrament” and was “wearing…hair-covered animal skins.” He also claims that, by dressing in animal skins and reciting a “sasquatch prayer,” he has himself had “several encounters with the beast.”

Bigfoot 911, however, contested this claim, stating that the creature they saw on August 4 stood “around 8ft tall” and moved faster than any human could. It couldn’t have been MacGregor.

South Carolina police later put out a warning, just in case, asking everyone not to shoot Bigfoot, because it could just be some guy.

Well, whatever really happened, all this strange activity in North Carolina has sparked heavy interest by the locals. According to the Charlotte Observer, now Bigfoot 911 plans to hold a Bigfoot Festival in September 2018, which they describe as a “normal festival setting with a Bigfoot twist.”

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