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« Reply #2565 on: Nov 1st, 2017, 2:11pm »

on Nov 1st, 2017, 10:15am, Sys_Config wrote:
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I had a ton of Candy..the good stuff..snickers..almond Joys..musketeers..milky way..no cheap hard candy..all good stuff! what's going on here?!

Now I have to Eat this..all by myself... cry

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« Reply #2568 on: Nov 1st, 2017, 8:21pm »

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on Nov 1st, 2017, 2:11pm, GhostofEd wrote:
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« Reply #2571 on: Nov 2nd, 2017, 07:39am »

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Now I have to Eat this..all by myself... cry



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« Reply #2572 on: Nov 2nd, 2017, 07:42am »

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Chimpanzees shown spontaneously 'taking turns' to solve number puzzle

Date: November 1, 2017

Source: University of Oxford

Summary: A new study has shown chimpanzees spontaneously taking turns to complete a number sequencing task.

A new study from Kyoto and Oxford universities and Indianapolis Zoo has shown chimpanzees spontaneously taking turns to complete a number sequencing task.

Previous studies have shown chimps working together in strictly alternating turn-taking scenarios. However, these results are the first to demonstrate that chimpanzees can cope with more complex permutations of turn-taking, with no external cues to help time their behaviour.

The research, published in the journal Scientific Reports, gives important insights into the evolution of turn-taking, which underlies a range of social interactions, including communication and language.

Dr Dora Biro, co-author of the study from Oxford's Department of Zoology, said: 'Coordinating behaviour is an essential component of many social situations and can enable groups of individuals jointly to solve problems. In communication, coordination often takes the form of turn-taking, where one individual takes cues from the other to decide on the timing of their own input. This can allow for the efficient exchange of information.

'Many animals, from insects through birds to primates, take turns during certain types of communication -- as do we humans during conversational exchanges. But taking repeated, coordinated turns to achieve a common goal is much less well studied outside the communication domain, despite the possibility that all such behaviours draw on the same underlying cognitive skills for turn-taking.

'Our research examined the abilities of our closest evolutionary relatives, chimpanzees, to coordinate their behaviour while completing a computerised puzzle in stages. We showed that extended bouts of turn-taking emerged spontaneously in the subjects, enabling them to solve the complex coordination problem effectively.'

The chimpanzees were already experts at touching a series of numbers in the right order but had never been given a shared version of the task. In this exercise, the numbers 1 to 8 were split between two screens, with pairs of chimpanzees required to take turns to ensure the numbers were picked in the right order. For example, one touchscreen may have shown 1, 5, 7 and 8; the other 2, 3, 4 and 6. The chimpanzees were rewarded with small pieces of apple on successfully completing the task.

Of the six chimpanzees in the study -- three mother-and-offspring pairs -- all achieved high levels of accuracy from the outset. The young chimpanzees made fewer errors and were quicker to respond than their mothers -- however, during control tests involving each chimpanzee working individually with a computer program, the mothers were faster, suggesting that young chimpanzees are better at paying attention to their mothers than vice versa.

Dr Biro added: 'The finding that young chimpanzees more readily took cues from their mothers when looking to take their turns reveals interesting parallels with other aspects of information transmission in chimpanzee societies. For example, during the learning of tool use by wild chimpanzees, we also see young individuals paying attention to older ones much more than the reverse. This kind of asymmetry has important implications for the direction of information flow -- for example, how quickly new innovations in behaviour will spread through a group.

'Besides turn-taking, our task may also provide insights into abilities for cognitive perspective-taking -- in other words, the capacity to improve coordination by mentally putting yourself in someone else's place. Brain studies have shown that this is a skill that musicians use while performing duets that require them to take turns. Whether our chimpanzee subjects made use of such perspective-taking capacities during solving the numerical turn-taking task is an interesting open question for future research.'

To conduct the study, the team developed a new 'shared' touchscreen apparatus that could be used simultaneously by two chimpanzees. Lead author Christopher Flynn Martin of Indianapolis Zoo said: 'We think our apparatus has much potential to advance primate social cognitive research by enabling, for the first time, computerised touchscreen tasks that multiple apes must work on together to solve.' The researchers anticipate using the system for further studies on coordination, collaboration and competition within pairs of chimpanzees and other primates.

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What Would Aliens Really Look Like? Here Are Some Hints From Evolution

Um, would they even have faces?

MIKE MCRAE
2 NOV 2017

We're all a little obsessed about aliens. Lonely little Earthlings that we are, science and philosophy are bent on knowing why we're here and whether we're alone.

Until we're the ones doing the probing on something from beyond Proxima Centauri, we have to make do with our imaginations. But with the help of experts in evolutionary biology, we can make some fascinating guesses at what could be out there.

Researchers from the University of Oxford have decided to use their skills in this field to outline an argument for applying natural selection to predicting the morphologies and functions of extra-terrestrial organisms.

"Past approaches in the field of astrobiology have been largely mechanistic, taking what we see on Earth, and what we know about chemistry, geology, and physics to make predictions about aliens," says researcher Sam Levin.

Instead of assuming life forms from other worlds are bound by similar chemical attributes, we should be more focused on naturally selective processes, claims Levin.

"This is a useful approach, because theoretical predictions will apply to aliens that are silicon based, do not have DNA, and breathe nitrogen, for example."

To sketch out the kinds of biology we'd expect to find out there on the kinds of oddball worlds we're discovering, the researchers argue we should gather evidence on any critical planetary moments that could act as an evolutionary trigger.

Evidence is mounting for massive global events on our own planet kickstarting new evolutionary pathways, such as releasing bursts of nutrients.

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Thanx Crystal great article on sharing puzzles ..I hope a touchscreen device or app is developed for Pity Paties like mine

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Posted Oct 31, 2017 at 3:54 PM
Updated Nov 1, 2017 at 8:13 AM

Three local women revive a near-death experience support group to help themselves and others

SARASOTA — Trippy, phantasmagoric and mind-bending, the near-death experience (NDE) has been exploited to the point of cliché in popular culture. Even so, when it comes to sharing these alleged and usually trauma-induced glimpses of the afterlife with others, the biggest obstacle can be language itself.

“It’s way beyond how we normally describe things,” says licensed clinical social worker and psychologist Sue Lanier, whose interior life was rearranged by an NDE in 1983 following a brutal car wreck in Arkansas. “You’re not exactly seeing it with your eyes, it’s like you’re absorbing it, all this information, all this wisdom and joy, and it just keeps getting stronger and stronger.”

In her retelling, Lanier also attempts to describe what she heard, the upwelling of a single musical note that expanded into a symphonic scale, only it wasn’t music, exactly, it also sounded like laughter, and as her immersion into this vortex of “radiating energy” seemed total and consuming — she claps her hands once, loudly — she’s back in her broken body. With her frantic significant other looking down on her.

He’s telling Lanier to “Get back here!” and “Don’t you leave me!” To say that returning to the prison of her hospital bed — and her physical being in general — ruined the buzz is an understatement. “It was jarring. And I was very irritated.”

No doubt, trying to explain this stuff to the uninitiated can put friends, family and the entire world at a distance. “A lot of marriages can break up because people don’t understand,” adds fellow NDE survivor Carol Vengroff. “It’s diminishing to have that experience, only to be told you’re nuts.”

That’s why, on the first Thursday of every month, folks like Lanier, Vengroff, and Krista Gorman will gather at The Spirit University in Sarasota to revive the local chapter of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) support group.

Gorman, who nearly bled to death during a C-section delivery 17 years ago, shared her NDE story with worldwide audiences last year in a National Geographic Channel series called “The Story of God,” hosted by actor Morgan Freeman. Part of her experience involved a visual introduction to a lush, Eden-like topograhy, where she arrived without form. And as with so many others, the tranquility she felt “goes beyond words and description.

“What I can tell you is that when I recovered and went home, I was completely changed,” she adds. “I used to be kind of uptight, almost in an OCD kind of way. Afterwards, my family couldn’t understand me, the change was so dramatic. I became very relaxed, with zero anxiety.”

First proposed as a field for study in the late 19th century, the NDE is usually characterized as an out of body experience marked by ascension into a bright light, encounters with dead relatives and a feeling of unconditional love and acceptance. A popular counter-argument holds that the patient is experiencing hallucinations, neurochemical anomalies, or engaged in confabulation.

Investigation into the phenomenon took a formal turn in 1981 with the founding of the nonprofit IANDS, which counts 1,000 members in more than 80 chapters in the U.S. and abroad. Exposing themselves to charges of pseudoscience, investigators-turned-authors, like Stony Brook University School of Medicine assistant professor Sam Parnia (“Erasing Death: The Science That is Rewriting the Boundaries Between Life and Death”) and neurosurgeon Eben Alexander ”(Proof of Heaven”), have signaled a growing interest in NDEs by medical professionals.

As an emergency room physician assistant at Venice Regional Bayfront Health, Gorman has talked to patients wanting to share their sublime epiphanies after emerging from NDEs. “There’s just this look on people’s faces, their eyes light up. There’s a sharing, there’s a knowing,” Gorman says, “and it’s an intuitive knowing. It’s like that line from ‘Contact,’ like trying to prove you love somebody.”

For Carol Vengroff, wife of real estate entrepreneur and affordable-housing advocate Harvey Vengroff, her close encounter with death occurred when she was 12. In fact, she will tell you she outright froze to death one winter night in a French chateau without heating.

In addition to being “received and processed” into “pixelated light” and undergoing a “life review,” Vengroff says she was also greeted by a grandfather who “died five years before I was born. I remember laughing and thinking, there’s no way, this doesn’t make sense, how can this be? But I knew it was him, and it was like I was taking an inventory of my whole life, including not only things that had come before, but people I recognize today, all these years later.”

Vengroff’s sister shook her back into reality, away from “this place where I knew I was safe and I knew I was loved.” When she told her mother what happened, mom said it was all a dream, go back to sleep. When she told the minister at church that she had also encountered Christ during her experience, he told her never to mention it again “or I’ll have your parents place you in a mental institution, and I didn’t know what that was. And this was a man I loved, I didn’t know what to do.”

Vengroff never raised the subject again until, decades later, before her death, mom read “Embraced By The Light,” an autobiographical NDE account by Betty Eadie. “She said ‘Remember when you were little and you told me that story?’ I said yes. Well,” Vengroff recalls, ”‘She said hers was the same as yours, only hers really happened.’"

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‘Breakthrough’ discovery inside Giza Pyramid ba****s scientists

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Scientists have discovered a secret, giant void hiding inside the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. Located above the pyramid’s Grand Gallery, the 30-meter-long void inside Khufu's Pyramid remains a mystery.

Its size suggests it plays an important role in the tomb’s structure. It’s the first discovery of its kind since the 19th century.

“These results constitute a breakthrough for the understanding of Khufu’s Pyramid and its internal structure,” the scientists explained in a journal published in Nature.
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Scientists uncovered the void as part of the ScanPyramids project that dates back to 2015. The chamber was found using cosmic-ray imaging and by recording subatomic particles, a practice known as muon radiography, which bounces inside the structure providing an outline for 3D reconstruction of the space.
This method allows researchers to visualize the known and potentially unknown voids in the pyramid in a non-invasive manner.

“This large void has therefore been detected with a high confidence by three different muon detection technologies and three independent analyses,” the scientists said. “While there’s currently no information about the role of this void, these findings show how modern particle physics can shed new light on the world’s archaeological heritage.”
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Good Friday all

Heck of a beautiful moon out there this am.
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Farmers urged to bury their underpants to improve quality of their beef


By Sarah Knapton, Science Editor
2 November 2017 • 6:07pm

Burying a pair of underpants in a field may not seem the obvious starting point for the perfect roast, but farmers are being urged to dig deep for tastier meat.

The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) and Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) claim interring a pair of cotton smalls in a pasture can reveal vital information about soil fertility.

According to the experts, sterile and lifeless soil will keep underwear intact, but organically thriving soil will eat away at the briefs, leaving nothing but the elastic waistband.

Dig up the pants after just two months, and it is possible to judge how healthy the land is.

Soil conditions on beef and sheep farms directly influence how well grass and forage crops grow and, consequently, the quality of the feed they produce. And better feed produces healthier, tastier animals.

Scottish farmer Iain Green, of Corskie Farm, near Elgin, in Moray, has been burying his pants in various fields since September.

"The theory behind the test is that the cotton will be devoured by the microbes and bacteria in the soil, so the more you have the better,” he said.

"We buried them in different fields, some which we think have healthier soil and others which aren't as good."

Earlier this week fellow farmers and officials gathered at Mr Green’s farm to dig up his underpants and analyse the findings. Some had entirely disintegrated while others looked like they had been recently buried.

Mr Green added: "I think quite a few of them were quite surprised and are away to try it for themselves.

"The results were very interesting. We have quite a wet field here and obviously that has been starved of oxygen and the underpants were hardly touched.

"However, with our arable fields, which are cultivated heavily, they were eaten away, but we do cover them with a lot of muck. It was a success and a simple and cheap way of testing soil.

"The cotton is the important thing, rather than the underpants."

The ‘Soil my Undies’ challenge was first launched by the California Farmers’ Guild in July and is slowly being adopted by agricultural organisations across the world.

Healthy soil should be teeming with millions of tiny lifeforms such as bacteria, fungi, protozoa, nematodes, arthropods, earthworms, which all work to turn rotting material into nutrients to help plants thrive.

Evan Wiig, Executive Director of the California Farmers’ Guild, said: “Cotton is an organic material and breaks down naturally just like anything else you’d put in your compost pile. So if you bury cotton in soil teeming with life, all those creatures will begin to feast.

“If you have dead soil, if it is totally lifeless you should be able to pull the pants out of the ground, throw it in the washing machine and put them on like nothing ever happened. If you have incredibly healthy soil, you should have nothing left but an elastic strap.”

A spokesman for the QMS said they would like farmers across Britain to adopt the test as way of checking the productivity of their soil.

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A Captive Beluga Whale Living With Dolphins Swapped Her Language For Theirs

She's just trying to fit in.

MICHELLE STARR
3 NOV 2017

A captive beluga whale has done something amazing: she has seemingly "learned" another language and adopted it over her own.

The whale, then four years old, started making whistling sounds unique to dolphins and dropping her own beluga vocalisations after being housed with bottlenose dolphins for only two months.

Before being moved to the Dolphinarium Koktebel in Crimea in 2013, the whale in question was well socialised with other beluga whales in her previous facility.

But after the move to Koktebel, her new companions were only bottlenose dolphins. Initially, things were awkward.

"The first appearance of the beluga in the dolphinarium caused a fright in the dolphins," write researchers Elena Panova and Alexandr Agafonov of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow.

Thankfully it wasn't long before she settled in - and started copying the whistles of the dolphins. In turn, she gradually stopped making beluga sounds.

The team recorded over 90 hours of audio. In the first fews days in the dolphinarium, the whale made sounds typical for her species. Two months later, she was "speaking dolphin."

What's particularly interesting is that she started making the dolphins' signature whistles -individual whistles assigned to each dolphin, sort of like names. And she stopped using the beluga contact call, which beluga whales use as a sort of call-and-response check-in.

A year after her introduction to her new dolphin roomies, the proportion of her calls that were similar to dolphin sounds was no different from the recordings at the two-month mark. She'd seemingly created her own cetacean pidgin.

And the learning was not a two-way street.

"The inspection of the audio recordings made before and after the beluga's introduction revealed that the cross-species imitation was not reciprocal," the researchers wrote.

"While the imitations of dolphin whistles were regularly detected among the beluga's vocalisations, we found only one case in which the dolphins produced short calls that resembled (but were not identical in physical parameters) those of the beluga."

This, they note, was probably due to the differing social conditions of the two species. The beluga, a social animal, was the only one of her kind present, and therefore had to adapt to fit in.

It's well documented that beluga whales are powerful mimics. They have been observed making human-like sounds, as in the case of Noc, a beluga whale studied by the US Navy in the 1970s, seen in the video below. More recent experiments have shown that they can even be taught to mimic computer-generated artificial sounds.

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DECLASSIFIED CIA DOCUMENT SHOWS REAL UFOS WERE SPOTTED FLYING OVER DECEPTION ISLAND, ANTARCTICA

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The third director of the post-World War II United States Central Intelligence Group (CIG), the third director of Central Intelligence (DCI), and the very first director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Roscoe H. Hillenkoetter, once told the world, via the New York Times in 1960, that, “behind the scenes, high ranking Air Force officers are soberly concerned about UFOs,” and that, “through official secrecy and ridicule, many citizens are led to believe the unknown flying objects are nonsense.”

The key words are here are “official secrecy and ridicule,” which is why, for so many years, you were perceived as a crazy person at the slightest mention of UFOs, let alone intelligent extraterrestrial life.

Today, however, it’s a much different story. Hundreds of thousands of pages of de-classified documents show, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that intelligence agencies and global militaries have an extremely high interest in the UFO phenomenon, and have had this interest for a very long time.


“Everything is in a process of investigation both in the United States and in Spain, as well as the rest of the world. The nations of the world are currently working together in the investigation of the UFO phenomenon. There is an international exchange of data.” – General Carlos Castro Cavero (1979).

“There is a serious possibility that we are being visited and have been visited for many years by people from outer space, from other civilizations. That it behooves us, in case of these people in the future or now should turn hostile, to find out who they are, where they come from, and what they want. This should be the subject of rigorous scientific investigation and not the subject of ‘rubishing’ by tabloid newspapers.” – Lord Admiral Hill-Norton, Former Chief of Defence Staff, 5 Star Admiral of the Royal Navy, Chairman of the NATO Military Committee

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This document, straight from the CIA , relays several pieces of information, with the part about these UFOs highlighted in brackets, which suggests special attention paid to it. It goes to show just how interested, and how important this topic is within the intelligence community. They’ve been studying it for years under the guise of “national security,” a term now used to classify everything, and protect the interests of the global elite as well as allow them to basically do whatever they please, with justification.

It states as follows:


“ANTARCTIC FLYING SAUCERS” – A group of red, green, and yellow flying saucers has been seen flying over Deception Island for two hours by Argentine, Chilean and British bases (military) in Antarctica. The flying saucers were also seen flying in formation over the South Orkney islands in quick circles.”

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It’s strange how other unrelated factors are inserted into the document, and interesting how this part is highlighted.

Quite telling isn’t it? What’s even more interesting is that this document is more than five decades old, dating back to 1965.


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