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1…………> Today’s White House Tweets


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2…………>  Dinosaur Footprints Found: Young Girl’s Discovery?

Lily Wilder spotted a well preserved dinosaur footprint at Bendricks Bay, Barry, in the Vale of Glamorgan – and scientists believe it could help establish how they walked, as the footprint, spotted in January, is 220 million years old and had been preserved in mud, hence since the print is 10cm long, it is likely from a 75cm tall dinosaur.
National Museum Wales paleontology curator Cindy Howells described it as “the best specimen ever found on this beach”:
“It was Lily and Richard (her father) who discovered the footprint,” said mum Sally.
“Lily saw it when they were walking along and said ‘daddy look’. When Richard came home and showed me the photograph, I thought it looked amazing”.
3…………> FBI Finds Bomb Plans: Capitol Rioter
The FBI apparently found instructions on how to make homemade bombs in the home of a New York man, Dominic Pezzola, who participated in the deadly January 6 attack on the US Capitol, court documents revealed:
“The FBI also executed a search warrant at the defendant’s residence at the time of his arrest. Agents recovered, from a room that appeared to be used exclusively by the defendant, a thumb drive that contained hundreds of .pdf files,” the court document said on Friday.
“A significant number of those .pdfs provide detailed instructions for making homemade firearms, poisons, and/or explosives.”
The defendant is charged with violations stemming from his role in the violent attacks on the US Capitol on January 6, the document said.
4…………> Short Sellers Crushed: Game Stop
GameStop’s stock has exploded nearly 400% in the last business week, with a 70% gain on one day alone, despite numerous attempts by brokerage firms to limit traders’ ability to buy stock in the struggling video game vendor. Paradoxically, this has caused several institutional investors to lose billions for betting against its success, in a battle between small-time online stock traders and professional Wall Street investors that has taken its toll on institutional investors, with hedge funds registering an estimated $70.87 billion in loss in the past month alone, thanks to a short squeeze, according to financial data analytics firm Ortex, with $19 billion of that just on shorted GameStop stocks.
Short sellers make their money by borrowing stocks and trading them away, gambling their value will decline before they repay the loan. By buying the stocks back at a lower price, traders get to pocket the difference. 
5…………> ‘Transcription Factors’ Genes Control: A Miracle In Making?
Using proteins called ‘transcription factors’ to activate and deactivate genes that govern cell specialization, could be used in an one application advanced by Professor Indika Rajapakse’s team that could create a spray-on ‘bandage’ converting tissue in open wounds into new skin, an US Air Force project of a new space-aged healing technology that involves re-tooling cells at the genetic level, by controlling differentiated human cells — such as skin, muscle or other tissue — and switch off and on the key genes that control their specialized roles.
Dr. Indika Rajapakse, associate professor of computational medicine and bioinformatics and associate professor of mathematics at Michigan university, has received USAF funding for a new live cell imaging microscope:
“We have the resources to do this, and it is our obligation to take full advantage of them,” he said.
6…………> A Message Of Peace


Leave the madness behind and listen to the music of eternal peace and hope, Christus Vincit circa 1982.


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Ziban Must Die

A Bedouin caravan traveling through the Negev desert stumbles onto the body of dying Mossad agent, Adnan Al Harirri, a momentous event that warns Western Intelligence about Chechen followers of the wayward cleric Abdul Rahman Abudaev being in possession of an MWMD, (Miniature Weapon of Mass Destruction), capable of creating enough phosgene gas to kill thousands of people in a relatively closed space. When a subliminal interrogation of a Hezbollah pilot reveals the conspiracy “Ziban must die”, a maddening race explodes in the search of the assassins, search laced with terror, blatant treachery in the highest levels of World Governments, and questions about future of our democracy that will surely put ice water in the veins of anyone who gets across the Machiavellian dream of the New world Order, Order without sacred religions or beloved Constitutions.

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Bibi1581 Blog For 04/28/2018: Morning Edition

1…………> We Are Not Your Toy: Trump

President Trump took credit for what has happened in Korea, as the leaders of the North and South agreed to denuclearize the peninsula, holding hands, planting trees and dancing in the streets of public opinion, but he acknowledged the deal could still fail to deliver peace to the region.


“When I began, people were saying that was an impossibility, they said there were two alternatives — let ’em have what they have or go to war. And now we have a much better alternative than anybody thought even possible. And if I can’t do it, it’ll be a very tough time for a lot of countries and a lot of people. It’s certainly something that I hope I can do for the world.[But] we are not going to be played, okay. We are going to hopefully make a deal, but if we don’t that’s fine”, Mr. Trump cautioned.
New Secretary of State Mr. Mike Pompeo, was hopeful but still cautious:

“Our objective remains unchanged. We are committed to achieving permanent, verifiable, irreversible dismantling of North Korean’s weapons of mass destruction programs without delay. Until then the global maximum pressure campaign will continue. I am always careful. There is a lot of history here. Promises have been made, hopes have been raised and then dashed,” he warned.


2…………> Swept By Huge Wave: Down Under

A man in his 40s was flown to Fiona Stanley Hospital in Perth, Australia for emergency treatment after he and another man were swept from rocks while fishing at an infamous beach in southern Western Australia.

The pair, who are from Mount Barker, were not wearing life jackets or helmets when they slipped into the ocean at Salmon Holes near Albany.


3…………> Stop The Rain: Peru Sacrifice

Archaeologists in northern Peru say they have found evidence of what could be the world’s largest single case of child sacrifice at burial site known as Las Llamas, containing the skeletons of 140 children who were between the ages of five and 14 when they were ritually sacrificed during a ceremony about 550 years ago.


Researchers studying the site deduced that the children may have been sacrificed in response to El Nino-related flooding located near the modern day city of Trujillo, also containing the remains of 200 young llamas apparently sacrificed on the same day.

The burial site was built by the ancient Chimu empire.


4…………> In The Footsteps of Lord Enki: Making Life

How can one cell build an entire living organism? Harvard Medical School and Harvard University scientists profiled every cell in developing zebrafish and western claw-toed frog embryos to create a genome map using single-cell sequencing technology. 

The research team recorded the paths of individual cells over the first 24 hours of the life of an embryo, and the order genes are switched on or off, and when embryonic cells transition into new cell states and types.

“With these datasets, if someone wants to make a specific cell type, they now have the recipe for the steps that those cells took as they formed in the embryo. We’ve in some sense established a gold standard reference for how complex differentiation processes actually progress in embryos, and set an example for how to systematically reconstruct these types of processes,” said Dr. Allon Klein, assistant professor of systems biology and co-corresponding author of two of the three studies.

5…………> Death Control: Bats Genome

Scientists from Boston University studying the genome of the Egyptian fruit bat found average families of genes related to the mammalian immune system, with interferon and natural killer genes radically different from their counterparts in other mammals, a finding that may explain why bats managed to carry and transmit deadly pathogens without getting sick themselves.


They found two gene families, first is type 1 interferon genes, called “the first line of defense” against viruses,  and second is natural killer or “NK” cell receptors that are able to quickly recognize and respond to virus-infected cells.


“What we learn from bats may help us in the development of pharmacological agents,” said Thomas Kepler, a professor of microbiology at Boston University and the paper’s author.

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