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Galactic Federation of Light Sheldan Nidle October 28 2014

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Galactic Federation of Light Wake up Call Diaclosities October 28 2014

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Universal Family of Light Aisha North October 26 2014

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Scientists Ask If A New Race Of Super Earthlings Are Being Born

Scientists have made an unexpected and unsettling discovery – a large number of new and previously unseen mutations have been detected among humans.There are those who suggest that there will soon be fantastic X-men among humans. These super earthlings do not come out of secret laboratories, as in famous blockbuster movies, but are born naturally. Other scientists are less optimistic and consider the unforeseen development can to lead to unknown changes in the hu [...]

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Way Cool or Totally Gross? Funeral home will light up the sky with ashes of loved ones in fireworks show


"Alright, just what did this s.o.b. die of anyway?" 
Greg Giles


Excerpt from examiner.com

Ingenuity is the driving force of the economy. A new, exciting idea can set a business in a class of its own. Throughout history, we've seen various companies make their mark on society with a clever idea; you can now add Greenlawn Funeral Homes to that list. The crematorium, based in Springfield, Missouri will display on Saturday a new way to spread cremated remains… with fireworks. 
Called the “Firework Memorial program,” specially assembled fireworks with a loved one’s ashes will be launched into the air and spread with the help of explosives. There may be no better way to go out with a bang.


The family of Greenlawn’s funeral director, Jim Carver, will inaugurate their new memorial method this weekend. The ashes of his father James, who died in 2008, will be launched several hundred feet into the air during an eight-minute firework display. 


While the method of spreading ashes with explosives is certainly creative, Greenlawn's methods have garnered mostly positive reactions; many describe it as “the coolest thing they’ve ever seen.” The Firework Memorials range in price from an affordable rate of $300 for the “Sensational Celebration” to as high as $10,000 for the “Ultimate Goodbye.”

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Antarctic Explorer’s Journal Found In Melting Ice ~ Smithsonian Video


A snapshot of the failed Terra Nova expedition of 1910

George Murray Levick served as a photographer, zoologist and surgeon with the North Party

smithsonian.com
October 24, 2014

Every summer the thick Antarctic ice melts just a little bit, and the coursing water digs channels into the ice. This past summer, says Lizzie Meek with the Antarctic Heritage Trust in New Zealand, this melting ice unveiled a treasured: the lost journal of Antarctic explorer George Murray Levick.

Picked out from the ice as a clump of soaked paper, conservationists have now been able to reconstruct and digitize the lost notebook, which was carried by one of the team that set out on Robert Falcon Scott's failed Terra Nova expedition.

“Levick was a part of Scott’s 1910-1913 expedition and a member of the Northern Party,” says a release from the Antarctic Heritage Trust (New Zealand).

Members of Scott's Party
The notebook contains his pencil notes detailing the date, subjects and exposure details for the photographs he took during 1911 while at Cape Adare before undergoing a harsh winter in an ice cave on Inexpressible Island.
On the Terra Nova mission, from 1910 to 1913, Scott lost his life in his bid to reach the South Pole. Levick survived, says the trust, going on to found the British Schools Exploring Society.

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SaLuSa 24 October 2014

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Galactic Federation of Light SaLuSa October 24 2014

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Sharing A New Place And Time In San Jose

Sharing A New Place And Time In San Josewww.themasterteacher.tv

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