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« Reply #2250 on: Sep 25th, 2017, 6:08pm »

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Yes, we have racial issues in this country, and yes, if someone wants to acknowledge that by kneeling during the anthem, he can do so in this free land. But....you do NOT tell a former Ranger (or anyone else) that he CANNOT stand, "team vote" or no "team vote".


Steelers coach Mike Tomlin raps Alejandro Villanueva for standing for national anthem

9/25/17
By Greg Norman, Fox News

For Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, being “respectful of our football team” trumped the right of Steelers offensive tackle Alejandro Villanueva to show respect for the national anthem.

A former Army Ranger, Villanueva was the only Steeler to break from the team's orders and come out of the tunnel Sunday in Chicago to stand for "The Star-Spangled Banner."

Speaking after his team's 23-17 loss to the Bears, Tomlin appeared to take a swipe at the Bronze Star recipient's decision.

“Like I said, I was looking for 100 percent participation, we were gonna be respectful of our football team,” Tomlin said.

Tomlin told the media that, prior to kickoff Sunday, the Steelers held a team meeting and decided, though not unanimously, to not come out of the locker room for the national anthem. Tomlin added the intent was to have his team focus on the game and not President Trump’s comments blasting players who chose to protest during the playing of "The Star-Spangled Banner."

“Many of them felt like something needed to be done. I asked those guys to discuss it and whatever they discussed that we have 100 percent participation or we do nothing,” Tomlin said after the game. “They discussed it for an appropriate length of time and they couldn’t come to an understanding, so they chose to remove themselves from it. They were not going to be disrespectful in the anthem so they chose not to participate, but at the same time many of them were not going to accept the words of the president.”

Villanueva, who served three tours in Afghanistan, decided to stand his ground instead and placed his hand over his heart while the anthem played.

“We’re not politicians. We’re coaches and professional athletes," Tomlin said Sunday. "If those of us or individuals choose to participate in politics in some way I’m going to be supportive of that. But when we come out of locker rooms, we come out of locker rooms to play football games."

There appeared to be some confusion in the Steelers locker room after Villanueva came out of the tunnel for the anthem.

Offensive tackle Chris Hubbard told Penn Live that the players, by a slim majority, voted in favor of staying off the field instead of standing on the sideline holding hands.

"We thought we were all in attention with the same agreement, obviously," linebacker James Harrison told the website. "But, I guess we weren't."

Hubbard, however, said everyone in the locker room accepted that Villanueva would be exempt from the team's decision.

"Al was cool with it, with whatever we went through. He was on board. That's Al, man," Hubbard said. "He's a good guy."

Villanueva has previously spoken out about former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s decision to sit and kneel during the national anthem, saying his actions may “send the wrong message.”


“I don’t know if the most effective way is to sit down during the national anthem with a country that’s providing you freedom, providing you $16 million a year...when there are black minorities that are dying in Iraq and Afghanistan for less than $20,000 a year," Villanueva told ESPN in 2016.

He added: “I will be the first one to hold hands with Colin Kaepernick and do something about the way minorities are being treated in the United States, the injustice that is happening with police brutality, the justice system, inequalities in pay. You can’t do it by looking away from the people that are trying to protect our freedom and our country.”

Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe also told ESPN he would be standing during the national anthem Sunday because he wanted to be "paying tribute to the men and women who have given their lives for our freedom."

"I stand because I respect the men who died in real battle so I have the freedom to battle on the field...but everyone these days likes to find a reason to protest and that’s their right," Wolfe told ESPN, according to The Washington Post.


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Well it was bound to happen. Politics and football. Perhaps it’s time to wean America from football. Apparently, studies show that many if not all of these football players have sustained some type of brain impairment. The speculation is that these professional players start out early in life with such programs as peewee football, then high school and college, all during the formative years where impacts to the head and brain ultimately become a serious problem later on in life.

So here is my solution. As a true lefty and progressive I suggest that the federal government take over football. As in professional wrestling winners and losers will be predetermined so that all may share. The name of the league will be the progressive football league (PFL). No player on any team will exceed 225 pounds. All teams will be composed of 50% women. Instead of tackle football it will now be flag football. This will essentially eliminate some of the serious impacts which occur with tackle football. Superbowl will consist of various teams demonstrating technique used throughout the season. A panel of judges and the football audience will vote for the top 3 teams to share the Lombardi trophy.

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« Reply #2251 on: Sep 26th, 2017, 09:25am »

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Science Partially Proves Legend of Bread Sack of St. Francis

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September 26, 2017

Many people who know little about St. Francis of Assisi think his biggest miracle was getting his statue in more yards than any other saint. That’s probably true due to his purported love of animals, especially birds, but it’s not exactly a miracle that would qualify for sainthood – otherwise, there would be a St. Flamingo. However, another unexplainable occurrence attributed to the founder of the Franciscan religious order has been recognized as a valid one by the Catholic Church. Now, unlike most other saintly miracles, a portion of the story has been validated by science.

Besides in books on the lives of Catholic saints, this story is now detailed in the journal Radiocarbon. According to the Catholic legend, the well-traveled Francis was away from Assisi in France during the winter of 1224 when he got a feeling that the friars at the Franciscan Friary of Folloni were freezing and in dire need of food. Immediately, a cloth bag filled with bread appeared on the foyer of the friary, feeding the friars and saving them from starvation. They believed an angel brought the bread from Francis is France (it must have been baguettes and croissants) and saved the sack as evidence, treating it as a sacred cloth used only to cover an altar. After Folloni and the monastery were destroyed in a 1730s earthquake, the monks rebuilt and this time put the sack in safe storage. Despite the extra care, only half of it remains.

That’s where it has stayed until recently, when Associate Professor Kaare Lund Rasmussen from University of Southern Denmark. a chemist specializing in archaeo-chemical analyses, went looking for new and famous artifacts to date using his latest equipment. He recently analyzed a tiny fragment of an ancient Roman water pipe from Pompeii and determined that the residents were slowly being poisoned but the deadly cause wasn’t lead – it was antimony, which was mixed with the lead and is acutely toxic.

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Bannon tells conservatives: We need to get through 'corrupt and incompetent Republican establishment'

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Trump "needed a wingman to go against the Republican establishment," Bannon said.

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“They’re not conservatives. They’re liberals, and that is what we’ve got to fight every day,” he said.

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« Reply #2255 on: Sep 26th, 2017, 12:20pm »

on Sep 25th, 2017, 4:10pm, MrGort wrote:
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I was painting one of the robots and did not want to paint the head so I put a small hood on the bot. After, when I looked at it, it struck me as humorous as I was thinking “terrorist” robot. Could be a warped sense of humor but if this offends anyone please delete or let me know and I will delete it.

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Nice Robot!..Darpa would love to have you on board! They are about to get a whole lot stronger


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The classic image of a robot is one clad in a rigid metal shell, but that might not be practical in situations where man and machine will need to work together. The emerging field of soft robotics is helping to make that collaboration safer, but recreating muscle is no easy task. Now, mechanical engineers from Columbia University have developed a synthetic soft muscle that's said to be much more simple to make and run than others, and is three times stronger than the real thing.

Most soft robots are powered by pneumatic or hydraulic systems, with their movements controlled by filling and emptying bladders with liquids or gases. The problem is, that usually requires bulky external components like compressors, which prevent the systems from being shrunk down to practical sizes.

The system developed by the Columbia team is based on a natural muscle. It's made of silicone rubber matrix pocked with micro-bubbles of ethanol, giving the material low density and high elasticity. It can be 3D printed into whatever shape is needed, then electrically actuated thanks to a thin resistive wire embedded inside. Altogether, it can be made easily, cheaply and safely.
The new synthetic muscle is electrically actuated by an embedded wire with eight volts running through...

"We've been making great strides toward making robots minds, but robot bodies are still primitive," says Hod Lipson, lead researcher on the project. "This is a big piece of the puzzle and, like biology, the new actuator can be shaped and reshaped a thousand ways. We've overcome one of the final barriers to making lifelike robots."

In tests, the artificial muscle was able to expand by up to 900 percent when it was heated to 80º C (176º F) by running 8 volts through the wire. That gives it a strain density (expansion per gram) that's 15 times better than natural muscle, allowing it to lift 1,000 times its own weight.

"Our soft functional material may serve as robust soft muscle, possibly revolutionizing the way that soft robotic solutions are engineered today," says Aslan Miriyev, lead author of the study. "It can push, pull, bend, twist, and lift weight. It's the closest artificial material equivalent we have to a natural muscle."

The next steps for the team include replacing the wires inside the muscle with embedded conductive materials instead, and improving the response time and shelf life of the muscle. Further down the track, the researchers plan to experiment with controlling the system with the help of artificial intelligence.

The research was published in the journal Nature Communications, and the synthetic muscle te
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You Can't Make This Up.maybe You Can Its WAPO ...
North Korea Secretly Asks for Help In Understanding Trump..They Can't Figure Him out..
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..North Korea Secretly Asks for Help In Understanding Trump..They Can't Figure Him out..

They are not the only ones.


On another subject.

It appears that a large amount of the smelly stuff is about to hit the fan with regards to college sports sponsorship.

Is there anything in the USA that isn't tainted by some form of corruption ?

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It won't be long now. Now here is a cylon robot with soft muscle.

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Massive Hack At Deloitte: Entire Internal Email System Compromised, Client Emails Exposed

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The Guardian reports that in the latest corporate cyber breach, one of the world’s “big four” accounting and consultancy firms, Deloitte, was been targeted by a sophisticated hack that "compromised the confidential emails and plans of some of its blue-chip clients." And just like Equifax, New York-headquartered Deloitte was similarly the victim of a cybersecurity attack that went unnoticed for months. The Guardian understands Deloitte discovered the hack in March this year, but it is believed the attackers may have had access to its systems since October or November 2016.


http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-09-25/massive-hack-deloitte-entire-internal-email-system-compromised-client-emails-exposed

While unlike Equifax Deloite is not a public public company and is not accountable to countless shareholders, with $37 billion in revenue last year and over 263,000 worldwide employees, Deloitte is a corporate behemoth which provides auditing, tax consultancy and - like Equifax - high-end cybersecurity advice to some of the world’s biggest banks, multinational companies, media enterprises, pharmaceutical firms and government agencies. Here the Guardian reports that Deloitte clients "across all of these sectors had material in the company email system that was breached. The companies include household names as well as US government departments."

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So far, six of Deloitte’s clients have been told their information was “impacted” by the hack. Deloitte’s internal review into the incident is ongoing.

The hacker compromised the firm’s global email server through an
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IC..US government depts on a private Server...Household names ..Is there something They dont want us to see?


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Massive Hack At Deloitte: Entire Internal Email System Compromised, Client Emails Exposed

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The Guardian reports that in the latest corporate cyber breach, one of the world’s “big four” accounting and consultancy firms, Deloitte, was been targeted by a sophisticated hack that "compromised the confidential emails and plans of some of its blue-chip clients." And just like Equifax, New York-headquartered Deloitte was similarly the victim of a cybersecurity attack that went unnoticed for months. The Guardian understands Deloitte discovered the hack in March this year, but it is believed the attackers may have had access to its systems since October or November 2016.


http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-09-25/massive-hack-deloitte-entire-internal-email-system-compromised-client-emails-exposed

While unlike Equifax Deloite is not a public public company and is not accountable to countless shareholders, with $37 billion in revenue last year and over 263,000 worldwide employees, Deloitte is a corporate behemoth which provides auditing, tax consultancy and - like Equifax - high-end cybersecurity advice to some of the world’s biggest banks, multinational companies, media enterprises, pharmaceutical firms and government agencies. Here the Guardian reports that Deloitte clients "across all of these sectors had material in the company email system that was breached. The companies include household names as well as US government departments."

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So far, six of Deloitte’s clients have been told their information was “impacted” by the hack. Deloitte’s internal review into the incident is ongoing.

The hacker compromised the firm’s global email server through an
“administrator’s account” that, in theory, gave them privileged, unrestricted “access to all areas”.

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1935, Mount San Jacinto State Park, California: Bigfoot Steals Picnic Basket

27 September 2017

While on a day trip picnic with his sweetie, Peter Smith and Dolly James, experienced a horrifying and unforgettable encounter.

Just as Peter uncorked the bottle of wine, a large hairy man leaped from the bushes. The man was completely covered in filthy dark hair, had the facial features of an ape, and smelled like raw sewage. The wild man waved his massive arms up and down and screamed a terrible, high pitched scream.

Peter and Dolly jumped up and ran down toward their automobile. When they returned a half an hour later, the couples picnic basket was gone and the rest of their belongings were strewn all over.

Years later, when telling the story, Dolly was informed that she had seen a Bigfoot. She just clucked and said, “I don’t know about all that.”

https://bigfoothistory.wordpress.com/2017/09/27/1935-mount-san-jacinto-state-park-california-bigfoot-steals-picnic-basket/

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