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Report: Poland calls up army reserves: “The world stands on the brink of conflict”

Report: Poland calls up army reserves: “The world stands on the brink of conflict”

By Mac Slavo Though not much is being said about the the Ukraine in U.S. mainstream news circles, the tension in Europe is being stretched to a near breaking point. A few weeks ago the country of Estonia warned that their sources indicated that the Russian Army was are preparing an invasion of the Western-supported Ukrainian government. The President of the country’s provisional government has since deployed at leas 40,000 troops to its Eastern front as a countermeasure should Vladimir Putin’s 80,000 strong military cross its border.

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Thousands sign WhiteHouse.gov petition for Alaska to secede — to Russia

Thousands sign WhiteHouse.gov petition for Alaska to secede — to Russia

alaskastock.jpg Mar. 10, 2014: A frozen beach on the Bering Sea coast is seen near the last stretch mushers must pass before the finish line of the Iditarod dog sled race in Nome, Alaska. Reuters Moscow’s annexation of Crimea was condemned worldwide, but some people in Alaska apparently are yearning for the days when they, too, were part of Mother Russia. 

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Facebook’s new, advanced facial recognition

Facebook’s new, advanced facial recognition

Facebook developed a new facial recognition software, operating on a near-human level 12993596_m featureHuman beings, or at least our brains, are oiled facial recognition machines. Light, shadow, different angles, blurry, masked – our brain can effortlessly identify faces with high levels of precision. Facebook’s researchers recently developed a new software that can reach that high, almost human level of facial recognition capability. This new development springs from a new approach to machine intelligence called “deep learning”, adopted last year by Facebook and its competitors. Deep-learning software means software that simulates the human brain’s neurons in an attempt to recognize patterns…

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Coming soon? Radiation detectors for Smartphones

Coming soon? Radiation detectors for Smartphones

Posted by newsdesk Radiation detectors are getting smaller and cheaper A handheld radiation camera developed by the University of Michigan engineering researchers offers nuclear plant operators a faster way to find potentially dangerous hot spots and leaky fuel rods. The new Polaris-H detector lays a gamma-ray map over an image of a room, pinpointing radiation sources with unprecedented precision. At least four U.S. nuclear power plants are using versions of the camera, which is now available commercially through the U-M spinoff company H3D. “This technology enables people to ‘see’ radiation,” said Zhong He, a professor of nuclear engineering and radiological…

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The apostasy of World Vision embracing gay marriage

The apostasy of World Vision embracing gay marriage

By Michael Brown Shortly after I broke the news on my radio broadcast and on social media, Christianity Today confirmed the report: World Vision has decided to embrace homosexual “marriage” among its employees and to recognize practicing homosexual employees who profess faith in Jesus as true Christians. This is a betrayal of the gospel, a betrayal of the Lord, a betrayal of the family, and a betrayal of the countless thousands of Christians who have put their trust in World Vision as a legitimate Christian organization. In no way does it contribute to “building a better world for children” –…

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Shabbat Shalom-weekly Parsha

Shabbat Shalom-weekly Parsha

Shabbat Shalom Torah Num 8:1-12:16 Haftarah: Zechariah 2:14-4:7   Shabbat Candle Lighting Times Read Entire Story in Battalion of Deborah        

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Israel said to be budgeting billions for Iran strike

Israel said to be budgeting billions for Iran strike

Military chiefs reportedly say they were given top-level orders to keep prepared for action despite nuclear talks An Israeli fighter jet takes off during a training sortie in February 2010. Israel is still preparing for a strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities, including a specific military budget running to NIS 10 billion ($2.89 billion), despite the developments in talks between world powers and Tehran. Details of the budgeting came to light during Knesset joint committee sessions on IDF plans that were held in January, Haaretz reported on Thursday.   (photo credit: Ofer Zidon/Flash90) Three MKs, who were present during the hearings but…

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White House seeks to replace Netanyahu?

White House seeks to replace Netanyahu?

By Aaron Klein    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Barack Obama TEL AVIV – In recent weeks, representatives for the Obama administration have held meetings with a senior politician here in which the U.S. delegates brought up the possibility of replacing Benjamin Netanyahu as prime minister, according to an informed Jerusalem diplomatic source. The meetings were held with Israel’s popular finance minister, Yair Lapid, founder and leader of the Yesh Atid Party, which became the second-largest party in the Knesset winning 19 seats in the last election. The diplomatic source said the Obama administration identified Lapid as a…

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‘God’s Not Dead’

‘God’s Not Dead’

Star Speaks Out Against Hollywood’s Christian Stigma By Gina Meeks  Actor Kevin Sorbo has some harsh words for comedian Bill Maher, who recently called God a “psychotic mass murderer” while discussing the upcoming film Noah. “All I can do is feel sad for the guy because I think he’s a very angry, lonely man,” Sorbo said in an interview with Newsmax to promote his new film, God’s Not Dead, which released Friday. “There’s no reason to try and talk to a guy like that because he has so much hate.” “I wonder what happened to him in his lifetime,” the…

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