>>55729 how would you subdue her? she probably went there so they will kill her as in suicide by soldier. this wont be the first time. they shot her in the stomach and took her to an israeli hospital. she will go to jail where she will get free food and can study and finish a collage degree, while her family will get houndreds of dollars every month from the palestinian government, as a reward for having a terrorist daughter.
MIT engineers have developed a new type of easily customizable vaccine that can be manufactured in one week, allowing it to be rapidly deployed in response to disease outbreaks. So far, they have designed vaccines against Ebola, H1N1 influenza, and Toxoplasma gondii (a relative of the parasite that causes malaria), which were 100 percent effective in tests in mice.
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>>55571 >a molecule that delivers the RNA into cells
a.k.a. a virus.
The technique of using custom-made viruses to deliver custom-made RNA to cells is not that new (and the theory is very old). (Obviously this particular technique with vaccines is new and awesome.)
But just take a second to appreciate this: we stop a disease by infecting people with a virus that we create that injects custom 4-ary code into individual cells that hijacks their machinery to produce a large complex... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Mark Zuckerberg is one of the most powerful men in the world because billions of people give Facebook, which he founded, free access to their personal data. In return, users receive carefully curated snapshots of his life: baby photos, mundane office tours and the occasional 5K.
>On Tuesday, observers were reminded that Mr. Zuckerberg, 32, is not just a normal guy who enjoys running... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>The taped-over camera and microphone jack are usually a signal that someone is concerned, perhaps only vaguely, about hackers’ gaining access to his or her devices by using remote-access trojans — a process called “ratting.” (Remote access is not limited to ratters: According to a cache of National Security Agency documents leaked by Edward J. Snowden, at least two government-designed programs were devised to take over computer cameras and microphones.)
>Security experts supported the taping, for a few good... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>“Covering the camera is a very common security measure,” Lysa Myers, a security researcher at the data security firm ESET, said in an email. “If you were to walk around a security conference, you would have an easier time counting devices that don’t have something over the camera.”
>• Third, Mr. Zuckerberg is not immune to security breaches.
>A recent hacking of his Twitter and LinkedIn accounts shows that he most likely committed two basic privacy faux pas: He may have... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>People who are not billionaires or high-ranking government officials are not without risk, said Stephen Cobb, a senior security researcher at ESET.
>“For people who are not C.E.O.s, the threat is people scanning the internet for accessible webcams for a range of motives, from voyeurism to extortion,” Mr. Cobb wrote in an email.
>Experts don’t have a good estimate for how often such attacks occur, but according to a 2015 report released by the nonprofit Digital Citizens Alliance, the practice is a growing problem for consumers, especially young women. The report also said that trojans account for some 70 percent of all malware.
>“They’ve been one of the most popular types of malware on every operating system, for quite a long time,” Ms. Myers, of ESET, said. “The best ways to protect against them are to update all your software on your machine regularly, and use reputable security software, including anti-malware and a firewall.”
Doncaster Man with Leukaemia is appealing for people to register as potential blood stem cell donors with the charity DKMS.
The Appeal is being made by 30 year old Naren Rai who needs to find a matching Donor to save his life. He was diagnosed with Leukaemia last September and has been told that he now needs a blood stem cell donation from someone with a matching tissue type to stay alive.
For Many With a Blood Cancer or Blood Disorder, a Blood... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Canadian based photographer, Owen Lin, travelled to the temple to witness the peculiar sight.
He said: 'We went for the spectacle and the oddity of it. We were a little apprehensive about going, because we didn't really know what to expect.
'It was kind of quiet when we got there and we weren't sure it would be worth the trip, but once you went in further and looked around the temple you saw areas of the temple that were infested with rats.
'Personally rats don't scare me, so I wasn't too freaked out, but if you're... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Scourge of the earth? Only if you kill off their natural predators like cats. Rats fill a very important part of the food chain. Of course poos take it to a level of obsession that I've never seen before, but they aren't exactly known for their critical thinking.
New details from the pulse Orlando shooting reveal from an FBI transcript report that no one was shot or killed in the Pulse Orlando nightclub shooting until 5:13 when the Swat team entered the building. This was also revealed on fox news by Judge Andrew Napolitano who said this to fox “Here’s what is in the summary – nobody died until 05:13 in the morning, when the SWAT team entered. Prior to that no one had been killed. The 53 that were injured, and the 49 that were murdered all met their fates at the time of, and during, the police entry into the building.”orlando... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The only source in that article is a quote by Andrew Napolitano on Fox News (no date or show on which he said it). Googling the quote only reveals three copies of this very article, all on conspiritard websites.
In May, under pressure from the news media, Donald Trump made good on a pledge he made four months earlier: He gave $1 million to a nonprofit group helping veterans’ families.
Before that, however, when was the last time that Trump had given any of his own money to a charity?
If Trump stands by his promises, such donations should be occurring all the time. In the 15 years prior to the veterans donation, Trump promised to donate earnings from a wide variety of his moneymaking enterprises: “The Apprentice.” Trump Vodka. Trump University. A book. Another book.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>54772 In the 1980s, Trump pledged to give away royalties from his first book to fight AIDS and multiple sclerosis. But he gave less to those causes than he did to his older daughter’s ballet school.
In recent years, Trump’s follow-through on his promises has been seemingly nonexistent.
The Post contacted 188 charities searching for evidence of personal gifts from Trump in the period between 2008 and this May. The Post sought out charities that had some link to Trump, either because he had given them his foundation’s... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>54773 These promises seemed designed to reassure potential customers and voters and to reconcile two sides of Trump’s public persona. On one hand, Trump said he had so much money that he didn’t need more. But on the other hand, he was always selling something.
The explanation was that the money Trump was making wasn’t for him to keep.
“I am acting as an agent for charities,” Trump said in 1989 at the unveiling of Trump: The Game. In news accounts, he estimated the board game alone would bring in $20 million for charity.
Milton Bradley, which made the game, saw the need for such a promise firsthand. After the company released the game — a Monopoly-like board game with Trump branding — it didn’t sell.
“The game was just nailed to the shelf,” said George DiTomassi, who was president of Milton Bradley at the time. One problem, he said, was that customers were not told about Trump’s pledge to give proceeds to charity. “They felt perhaps this was going to be something that a millionaire would make some money on,” DiTomassi said.
The TV commercial for the product was changed. “Mr. Trump’s proceeds from Trump: The Game will be donated to charity,” a new voice-over said at the end.
It still didn’t work. The game tanked.
[Missing from Trump’s charitable giving: His own personal cash]
Still, Trump said he made $880,000 from it, and even more from “The Art of the Deal.” In 1987, the mogul started the Donald J. Trump Foundation to donate his royalties.
But the proceeds didn’t go straight to charity. They went straight into Trump’s bank account.
“Are you asking me whether or not I took the check ... and endorsed it over to a charity?” Trump said on the witness stand in a 1991 New York state court case, brought by a man who accused him of stealing the idea for Trump: The Game. “Who would ever do that?”
>>54774 rump said he did eventually pass money to his foundation, which gave it away to charities. He said he had given away even more than he had earned.
But when Trump ran into financial troubles in the middle of 1990, records show that his giving to the foundation slowed — then stopped. In 1991, he gave no money to the foundation. If book and game royalties came in that year, Trump apparently found another use for them.
When Trump did give his money to charities, it wasn’t always to the well-known causes he... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
(I know sticky said credible source, sorry) 30 skinheads in California try to have a rally, but an anti-fasist group gets there first planning on breaking up the rally. Fighting broke out with knives, sticks, and concrete and multiple people were injured.
Police arrived to keep the groups separate but failed. Anti-fasist were accusing the police of being in league with the skinheads. No arrest as of yet.
I'll be the first to say fuck skinheads, but 1st amendment is 1st... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Now that England has left the EU, will Germany seize the power vacuum? I realize Merkel is too liberal to become a Kaiser, but she won't last forever. I hope Prussia and the German Empire will rise again, after all the immigration has caused a steady rise in conservatism although the conservatives don't seem to have much power yet. Is it possible for Prussia to finally return?
Natives probably genocided whatever indigenous peoples lived in the Americas before them. They never had an established state, raped, pillaged, genocided, and warred with other tribes; and never even set up well developed permanent settlements. The guy probably isn't even Native, most likely a mestizo.
Natives lost, get over it. You're never getting the land back. We're trying to make sure we don't lose in the very same way.
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