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documentation of how Vatican immunity shielded Nazi war criminals from just punishment—and unwittingly aided the Communist cause. Aarons is an Australian expert on Nazi fugitives; Loftus (The Belarus Secret, 1982) is the former chief prosecutor of the Justice Department's Nazi War Crimes Unit. Vatican accommodation of Nazi escapees is well known. Less known is that by 1944 Soviet intelligence had penetrated German intelligence and was using the Vatican, which was smuggling tens of thousands of Nazis to Argentina and elsewhere via diplomatic immunity, to infiltrate the Nazi escapees with large cadres of Communist spies. Similarly, Red spies joined the German scientists being swept off to Britain and America immediately after the war (without standing trial for war crimes); thereafter, the Soviets were privy to atomic secrets firsthand. Much of this activity, according to the authors, sprang from an episode in which Papal Nuncio Eugenio Pacelli (later Pope Pius XII) was attacked by Communists in Munich on May Day 1919 and became a fervent, lifelong anti-Communist. Thus came about his ties with the Nazis, who during the Nazi occupation of Italy threatened the Vatican's very survival. Referring to the infiltration of British intelligence at its top levels by Soviet spies, Aarons and Loftus proclaim that ``behind the Nazis were the Vatican, behind the Vatican were the British, behind the British were the Communists.'' One old spy, though, told the authors, ``Forget the Communists. Trace the money.'' Doing this, they report briefly—perhaps as a teaser for their promised follow-up book—on clever international banking concerns outwitting WW II politicians, militarists, and intelligence services for their own aggrandizement. Much that is new, all of it disturbing.


Mr. Robot _dec0d3d.doc Season 1 of USA's Mr. Robot enjoyed the kind of acclaim that freshman shows can only dream of getting, and ahead of the new season, a collection of hackers, actors, experts and superfans are dissecting the code to the show's success in a new special.

In Mr. Robot Decoded, creator Sam Esmail, stars Rami Malek and Christian Slater, real-life hacker Jeff Moss and several other experts open up about how the show made an extremely technical subject relatable to a wide audience and brought humanity to hackers through main character Elliot.

Humphrey Van Weyden:
What is you philosophy then Wolf?

'Wolf' Larsen:
I held that life was a ferment, a yeasty something which devoured life that it might live, and that living was merely successful piggishness. Why, if there is anything in supply and demand, life is the cheapest thing in the world. There is only so much water, so much earth, so much air; but the life that is demanding to be born is limitless. Nature is a spendthrift. Look at the fish and their millions of eggs. For that matter, look at you and me. In our loins are the possibilities of millions of lives. Could we but find time and opportunity and utilize the last bit and every bit of the unborn life that is in us, we could become the fathers of nations and populate continents. Life? Bah! It has no value. Of cheap things it is the cheapest

On 10 May 1916, during World War I, British Captain and novelist Edgar Brodie returns home on leave, only to discover his obituary in the newspaper. He is brought to a man identifying himself only as "R", who asks him to undertake a secret mission: to identify and eliminate a German agent on his way to Arabia to stir up trouble in the Middle East. Upon agreeing, Brodie is given a new identity—Richard Ashenden—a fake death, and the assistance of a killer known variously as "the Hairless Mexican" and "the General", though he is neither bald, Mexican, nor a general. #OSS

"Write the things that thou hast seen and the things which are, and the things which shall be hereafter" /// Secrets are going astray in Beirut. Has a former British agent (Howard Marion Crawford) set up his own spy ring? Danger Man S02E01

DAVID HOFFMAN, Director: Directing and filming this documentary was one of the great moments of my life. PBS was looking for filmmakers to make films on country music, bluegrass music, mountain music. I had made several films on that subject including my classic, bluegrass roots, circa 1965

Due to the creative efforts of my partner at that time, we got the chance to be with Earl Scruggs and his family including his musical sons Randy and Gary, as he was on a mission in the early 1970s to find connections between his music and the banjo and other forms of popular music. He contacted great artists like Bob Dylan, Doc Watson (one of his closest and oldest friends) Bill Monroe whose band he had once played in, Roger McGuinn of The Birds, Charlie Daniels, Joan Baez and others and others and asked them if he could come and play his banjo on some of the greatest tunes. Of course all said yes.

This film presents the results. It ran on prime time television and has had many viewings at colleges around the country.

Earl Scruggs, the renowned banjo player and bluegrass pioneer, began exploring collaborations with musicians from other genres in the late 1960s and early 1970s, primarily to broaden his musical horizons and reach new audiences. His interest in working with artists like The Byrds, Bob Dylan, and Joan Baez came from a desire to experiment with different musical styles and find common ground between bluegrass and contemporary popular music. This was a bold move for Scruggs, who was known for his traditional bluegrass roots.

The result of Scruggs' quest to collaborate with these artists was my 90 minute primetime television documentary "Earl Scruggs: His Family and Friends," which aired in 1972. It showcased Earl Scruggs playing banjo with well-known musicians such as The Byrds, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Doc Watson and others.

These collaborations were significant for several reasons:
They introduced Earl Scruggs to new audiences who might not have been familiar with his work in bluegrass, increasing his popularity and expanding his fan base.

They demonstrated the potential for cross-genre collaborations, proving that musicians from different backgrounds and styles could come together to create unique and exciting music.

The collaborations helped to bridge the gap between traditional roots music and the contemporary sounds of the era, further blurring the lines between genres and showing that music could be a unifying force.

They inspired future generations of musicians to explore collaborations outside their respective genres, paving the way for countless cross-genre collaborations in the years to come.

It is important for me to say in this commentary what an extraordinarily wonderful, kind, excepting man Earl Scruggs was. He treated me kindly when times were tough and I was finding environments where it was not too friendly to be a 16mm documentary filmmaker.


Rough cut of Twilight Zone S04E16 - This is William Benteen, who officiates on a disintegrating outpost in space. The people are a remnant society who left the Earth looking for a millennium, a place without war, without jeopardy, without fear, and what they found was a lonely, barren place whose only industry was survival. And this is what they've done for three decades: survive; until the memory of the Earth they came from has become an indistinct and shadowed recollection of another time and another place. One month ago a signal from Earth announced that a ship would be coming to pick them up and take them home. In just a moment we'll hear more of that ship, more of that home, and what it takes out of mind and body to reach it. This is the Twilight Zone.

William Benteen, who had prerogatives: he could lead, he could direct, dictate, judge, legislate. It became a habit, then a pattern and finally a necessity. William Benteen, once a god, now a population of one.


* Brain organoid reservoir computing for artificial intelligence
Here we report an artificial intelligence hardware approach that uses adaptive reservoir computation of biological neural networks in a brain organoid. In this approach—which is termed Brainoware—computation is performed by sending and receiving information from the brain organoid using a high-density multielectrode array. By applying spatiotemporal electrical stimulation, nonlinear dynamics and fading memory properties are achieved, as well as unsupervised learning from training data by reshaping the organoid functional connectivity. We illustrate the practical potential of this technique by using it for speech recognition and nonlinear equation prediction in a reservoir computing framework.

* AI-enabled organoids: Construction, analysis, and application
he advent of AI-Enabled Organoids, which interfaces with artificial intelligence (AI), holds the potential to revolutionize the field by offering novel insights and methodologies that can expedite the development and clinical application of organoids. This review succinctly delineates the fundamental concepts and mechanisms underlying AI-Enabled Organoids, summarizing the prospective applications on rapid screening of construction strategies, cost-effective extraction of multiscale image features, streamlined analysis of multi-omics data, and precise preclinical evaluation and application. We also explore the challenges and limitations of interfacing organoids with AI, and discuss the future direction of the field. Taken together, the AI-Enabled Organoids hold significant promise for advancing our understanding of organ development and disease progression, ultimately laying the groundwork for clinical application.

THE NUREMBERG TRIALS FAILED TO SERVE JUSTICE AS PROVEN BY THIS STATEMENT ".......of 99 defendants sentenced to prison terms in Nuremberg trials that took place in the American Zone, none was still serving a sentence when the film was released in 1961."

Judgment at Nuremberg centers on a military tribunal convened in Nuremberg, Germany, in which four German judges and prosecutors stand accused of crimes against humanity for their involvement in atrocities committed under the Nazi regime.

Judge Dan Haywood is the chief judge of a three-judge panel of Allied jurists who will hear and decide the case against the defendants. Haywood is particularly interested in learning how the defendant Ernst Janning, a respected jurist and legal scholar, could have committed the atrocities he is accused of, including sentencing innocent people to death.

Haywood seeks to understand how the German people could have been deaf and blind to the Nazi regime's crimes. In doing so, he befriends the widow of a German general who had been executed by the Allies. He talks with other Germans who have varying perspectives on the war.

Other characters the judge meets are US Army Captain Harrison Byers, who is assigned to assist the American judges hearing the case, and Irene Hoffmann, who is afraid to provide testimony that may bolster the prosecution's case against the judges. (Hoffman's character bears a resemblance to Irene Seiler, a key figure in the notorious Nazi kangaroo court case, the Katzenberger Trial.)

German defense attorney Hans Rolfe argues that the defendants were not the only ones to aid or ignore the Nazi regime. He claims the United States has committed acts just as bad or worse than the Nazis, such as US Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.'s support for the first eugenics practices; the German-Vatican Reichskonkordat of 1933, which the Nazi-dominated German government exploited as an implicit early foreign recognition of Nazi leadership; Joseph Stalin's part in the Nazi-Soviet Pact of 1939, which removed the last major obstacle to Germany's invasion and occupation of western Poland, initiating World War II; and the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the final stage of the war in August 1945.[7][8]

Meanwhile, as a strict constructionist jurist, Janning refuses to testify or participate in a legal proceeding that he profoundly feels is no better than a post-WWII Western kangaroo court of its own. As the proceeding becomes more and more intolerable to him, he dramatically breaks his silence. He chooses to testify before the Tribunal as a witness for the prosecution, admitting he is guilty of condemning to death a Jewish man of "blood defilement" charges — namely, that the man had sex with a 16-year-old Gentile girl — when he knew there was no evidence to support such a verdict. Janning explains that well-meaning people such as him helped Adolf Hitler's antisemitic, racist policies out of patriotism despite knowing it was wrong, and that all of Germany bears some measure of responsibility for the atrocities committed by the Nazi regime.

In 54 B.C., Julius Caesar faces battles on two fronts: in Gaul against the Gauls led by Vercingetorix #KINGFELIX #497 #591

Vercingetorix's revolt
In 52 BC, almost all of Gaul rose up in defiance against Caesar. The many Gallic tribes we led by a chief called Vercingetorix.

Vercingetorix had been an allied commander and had fought alongside the Romans on many occasions. He used his knowledge of Caesar's strategies and tactics to devise a plan that he thought would finally drive the Romans from Gaul.

Vercingetorix ordered his troops to isolate the Roman army from both reinforcements and supplies. The Gauls destroyed their own farmlands and any towns that could be used by their enemies.

Any food and supplies that the Gauls needed were stored in a number of important and defensible cities, such as Alesia.

The idea was that the Romans were forced to attack these towns and, when they did, the Gauls would use overwhelming numbers to attack the Romans.

With the entire region in revolt and his troops cut off from help, Caesar had to act quickly even before winter had ended.

Doing exactly what Vercingetorix thought, Caesar attacked one of the storage cities, Avaricum, and captured it.

Vercingetorix then retreated to Gergovia where he successfully repelled Caesar's attack. This victory encouraged the rebels.

Vercingetorix then moved on to the storage city of Alesia, but Caesar moved quickly and besieged the city.

The following Battle of Alesia is one of the most famous battles in all of the Gallic Wars.

The city of Alesia was naturally protected by two rivers and nearby mountains. Vercingetorix believed he could hold out in the city for long enough for other Gallic armies to come to his aid.
To his surprise, Caesar build an entire defensive wall around the city (17 kilometres long and 3.6 metres high) to stop supplies getting in.

Then, Caesar built another wall, up to 21 kilometres long, around the original wall as a way of defending against any Gallic armies that might come to save Alesia. Vercingetorix was trapped and was running out of food.

Another Gallic army did arrive to help, and they attacked the outer Roman wall while Vercingetorix's forces attacked the inner Roman wall.

They hoped that the simultaneous attacks would overwhelm Caesar's men. However, through discipline and inspiring leadership from Caesar, the Romans were able to defeat both forces and the Gauls were eventually forced to surrender. Vercingetorix himself was sent back to Rome as a prisoner.

The battle was a turning point in the war, as it resulted in a decisive victory for Caesar and his legions.

After this battle, the Gauls were no longer able to mount any serious resistance to Rome.

Caesar spent the years of 51 and 50 BC crushing minor pockets of resistance around the region.

ADAM KING explains what often happens to religious Jews at the hands of Israel's Border Guard Police. Border Guard was established to enforce the 1993 Oslo Apartheid Accords that gave huge areas of land to the Muslims and made it illegal for Jews to enter those areas. The Police in general are chosen from the mostly anti-religious demographic, but also has many religious Jews who relish the position of Kapo. A similar problem exists in the Rabbinate (State Controlled Religious Authority).
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Radical Islam poses a significant threat to our freedom. The rise of anti-American rhetoric and violence in cities and universities is a direct result of the indoctrination led by those perpetrating a religious war against the West. PragerU’s short documentary features first-hand accounts from those who escaped Islamic rule and have come to warn America.


- Ayman Abu Suboh (later Dor Shachar), a Palestinian who escaped to Israel from the terror of Hamas and later converted to Judaism.

- Sophia Salma Khalifa, an Arab Muslim born in Israel who moved to the U.S. to earn her master’s degree from Stanford University.

- Omar Vieira, retired U.S. Navy SEAL who served for 21 years and led high-risk operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, and other locations in the Middle East.

- Jason Tuschen, retired U.S. Navy SEAL Command Master Chief who served for 27 years and was responsible for executing National Security Strategy in the Middle East.

Source: PragerU

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Thousands of Muslims living in Hebron are known to be of Jewish descent. By Israeli Law, a person who can prove they have a Jewish Grandfather can apply for Aliyah. There's a carefully guarded program to "convert" Muslims from the Hebron area. Several have successfully gone through the difficult process and survived the anger of their neighbors. The history of the Jews in Hebron refers to the residence of Jews in Hebron almost continuously, from Biblical times until today. According to the Bible, Abraham settled in Hebron and purchased the Cave of the Patriarchs as a burial place for his wife Sarah. The biblical tradition asserts that the cave is the final resting site for Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and their wives—Sarah, Rebecca, and Leah. Hebron is also mentioned as David's first capital, where he was anointed king of Israel. Archaeological findings from Hezekiah's time indicate Hebron's importance in the Kingdom of Judah. During the Second Temple period, Hebron, initially Edomite, underwent a significant shift as its population embraced Judaism under Hasmonean rule. The city was destroyed during the Jewish–Roman wars.

In the 16th century, under Ottoman rule, Jews from Spain established a community in Hebron and built the Abraham Avinu Synagogue. In the 19th century, the community expanded to include Ashkenazi Jews. In the summer of 1929, local Muslims carried out a massacre of the Jews of Hebron. With the outbreak of the Arab Revolt in 1936, the last Jews left the city, with only one family remaining.

Shortly after the Six-Day War, Jewish settlement in the city was renewed, along with the establishment of Kiryat Arba nearby. The presence of a Jewish neighborhood in Hebron was explicitly set out in the Hebron Accord, jointly signed by Israel and the Palestinians. At present, this is the only Jewish community located inside a Palestinian city.[1]

Today, some 1,100 Jews live in Hebron, including 350 students of the Yeshivat Shavei Hebron, all in the H2 area under Israeli control. Approximately 40,000 Palestinians also live in the H2 area (in addition to 215,000 in H1, the Palestinian part of Hebron.[2][3]


Set 15 years in the future from May 1993 (2007), Harry Wyckoff is a successful patent attorney living in Beverly Hills who is on the brink of becoming a partner in the agency he works at. He has two children with his wife Grace, a perfect housewife and the owner of Hiroshima, a retro fashion boutique. Their children are 11-year-old child actor Coty, who has just been cast for a new "Channel 3" series, and the ever-mute 4-year-old Deirdre. Grace's mother is Josie Ito, a vain chic socialite and interior decorator of strong will and numerous shady connections. At night, Harry is plagued by strange dreams of a rhinoceros and a faceless woman who has palm tree tattooed on her body. One day, Harry is visited by a former lover of his college days, the alluring Paige Katz, who asks for his help in tracking down her son Peter, who disappeared five years earlier. Paige is closely associated with the "Wild Palms Group", a shady media organization headed by the charismatic Senator Tony Kreutzer, who is also the leader of the religious sect "Church of Synthiotics". Kreutzer's TV station "Channel 3" is about to start a new television format, "Church Windows", which creates a virtual reality on the basis of popular shows like sitcoms, using a new technique called "Mimecom". Due to conflict of interest, in which Harry's firm is going up against Wild Palms in court, their meetings raise suspicions and cost Harry his promotion. Afterwords, Harry quits and gladly accepts a job offered by Kreutzer as Wild Palms business consultant. Meanwhile, Grace soon becomes alienated by Harry's long hours at his new job and his past association with Paige. Grace visits her father Eli Levitt, a former history professor who is currently imprisoned for terrorism, and who is the founder of the "Friends" sect. In this politically and socially divided early 21st century society, a new right-wing political group, called the "Fathers", dominate large sections in politics and in the media. A libertarian movement, the "Friends", opposes the government, often making use of underground guerrilla tactics. Harry's best friend, Tommy Laszlo, takes him to meet Chickie Levitt, (who is Eli Levitt's son from another relationship), a virtual reality boy genius and technology wizard who warns Harry about the dangers of Wild Palms and it's media control. Also, Tully Woiwode, is an infamous and popular visual artist and toast-of-the-town (and Tommy Laszlo's secret lover) whose sister is abducted by men connected to Josie and her "Fathers" connections.
—Larry B.

Harry's co-worker Gavin puts him in contact with the blinded Tully and the leaders of the underground Friends movement where they inform Harry about the dangerous of the Wild Palms Group and the Church of Synthiotics. Later, Coty personally murders Gavin so he will never talk again. Distraught and alienated with Harry, Grace attempts suicide. She continues to have encounters with the young boy Peter who seems to know more about what is going on then Grace does. Meanwhile, Kreutzer sends Harry and Paige to Kyoto, Japan to talk business where he persuades them to find a mysterious "Go chip". Harry is taken and tortured by mysterious contacts over what he knows about Wild Palms. Back in L.A., Grace is visited by Eileen Whitehope, Gavin's widow, who also alerts Grace to a danger in her own home. Elsewhere, Chickie Levitt is imprisoned by Chap Starfall, an erstwhile pop star reduced to lounge singer status until the Wild Palms group "revives" him, where he tries to find out more about Chickie's work. Grace confronts Josie about the fact about Coty not being her biological son. Also, Harry visits Eli and learns more about the Friends group.

With Harry newly accepted into the Wild Palms Group, Grace is visited by Hiro, a childhood friend from her years spent in Japan who is an enemy of Kreutzer. Meanwhile, Tommy escapes from prison and is reunited with Tully and the members of the Friends resistance. Eli soon joins them after making his own escape and reestablishes control over the group. Elsewhere, Coty not only becomes a child TV star but also, due to his ruthlessness, a high-ranking member of the Church of Synthiotics. Also, Chickie turns the tables on his captor, Chap, but ends up being tortured to the brink of death. Harry finally learns from Paige about her alliance with Kreutzer and that Coty is her biological son and Josie is actually Kreutzer's younger sister and chief enforcer and executioner. Kreutzer continues to try to get hold of the "Go chip" which supposedly will enable him to become a living hologram with unlimited power. Disgusted by his methods, his future wife Paige gives information to the Friends. Harry's therapist, Dr. Tobias Schenkl, is revealed to be on the payroll of Kreutzer. It is also revealed that Josie's only weakness is her former marriage to Eli Levitt, whom she is still in love. Aided by information from Paige, Eli and Tommy lead an armed raid on the motel room to rescue Chickie. Harry agrees to be a double-agent for both the Friends and the Fathers groups.

Kreutzer and Paige's wedding is held where Harry does not hesitate to hide his disgust. Afterwords, Harry meets with Peter who tells him that Deirdre has been kidnapped and Grace is in hiding at Eli's new sanctuary in the Wilderzone slum. Peter finally tells Harry that he is his real biological son. Meanwhile, Tommy struggles with his Mimezine addiction which leads to fatal consequences. Later, Harry gets arrested for Grace's murder when she is found dead. Harry is then tortured by his former therapist, Tobias, when he learns that the Go Chip was implanted in Harry's hand tattoo and then removed, which lands in the hands of Eli. Hiro turns himself into the police to protect Harry and then commits suicide in his prison cell after learning about Grace's murder. Also, Harry takes drastic action to expose the truth about his wife's killing.
—Larry B.

Hungry Ghosts - Buddhism is commonly associated with non-violence, meditation, and calmness. But human nature is nothing like that, and people of all religions are oftentimes driven by hunger and desire. Those who regularly succumb to their lowest desires are reincarnated as hungry ghosts, one of the most wretched, interesting, and overlooked entities of Buddhist philosophy and mythology. In Greek mythology, Tantalus and Sisyphus are examples of souls doomed to eternal torture, never able to be satisfied. Sort of like postmodern feminist ideologues and puritinical religious fanatics.

Our Cyberpunk Future According to ‘Wild Palms’ -- California is where East meets West. Where West is East. Where the future begins. Where realities are created, where for almost a hundred years Hollywood has been the magic dream machine, the crown of creation, the unmoved mover, the void at the center of the Great Media Wheel: The New Jerusalem arising amidst the wild palms and shimmering mirages of the desert, the New Cathedral of our twenty-first century self-made reality.

—Anton Kreutzer, “New Cathedrals” speech, 1994, as imagined by Norman Spinrad in The Wild Palms Reader

Wild Palms the television series is ultimately less of a comment on the moral void at the center of the entertainment industry and more of a televisual comment on television-as-medium itself. The plot is more linear than the comic, more driven by Wyckoff’s investigation into the conspiracies that surround him and his long-buried family secrets. Wyckoff is eventually revealed to be Kreutzer’s biological son, as is Wyckoff’s own putative son Coti (Ben Savage). Coti’s role as television star and Kreutzer’s chosen scion comes into play with Kreutzer’s messianic plans to live forever and control the American people through the mind-altering chemical mimezine and holographic virtual reality television programs. The glimpses we catch of Coti and the other actors in “Church Windows” reveal a program with broad punch lines, silly plotlines, and wooden acting: a perfect Platonic evocation of television’s banality. But unlike the traditional TV sitcom, the figures appear in the mimezine-dosed TV viewers’ own living room, the drug allowing them a synesthetic full-sensory experience. This recalls Philip K. Dick’s 1965 The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch, where dirt-poor off-world colonists are kept sedated using hallucinogens that allow them to project into diorama-like “Perky Pat layouts” that mimic a heteronormative 1950s-style suburban home: an ur-sitcom of sorts. The miniseries’s Macguffin is the “Go chip,” which will allow Kreutzer to use Mimecom’s virtual reality technology to live forever. The fact that this wondrous biotechnology is being used to provide a single man with holographic immortality while simultaneously issued as cheap, hollow entertainment for the masses is yet another classic Dickian trope.

...proof of the dragon’s passage are not random and coincidental anomalies. They appear predictably, as expected of the circuit. For example, reactive power is a two way street. Energy is both released and absorbed as current alternates, spitting out and sucking back in. Action and reaction. Canyons and river channels are arc-blasted by reactive power from resonant discharges. That was an example of reactive power spitting out. When it sucks back in, reactive power creates a mountain, not a canyon. This is where things get really interesting. The resonant reactive discharge that blasted a river apart creating a junction, also created mountains on reactive inflow vectors.

The Man Who Knew Too Much is a 1956 American mystery thriller film directed and produced by Alfred Hitchcock, starring James Stewart and Doris Day. It is Hitchcock's second film using this title, following his own 1934 film of the same name but featuring a significantly altered plot and script. In the book-length interview Hitchcock/Truffaut (1967), in response to fellow filmmaker François Truffaut's assertion that aspects of the remake were by far superior, Hitchcock replied, "Let's say the first version is the work of a talented amateur and the second was made by a professional."[5][6] The film won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)", sung by Day. It premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on April 29, 1956.[7]

In 1943, Nazi Germany is developing the V-1 flying bomb and V-2 rocket. Technical issues with the V-1 lead the Germans to create a crewed version for flight testing, but the test pilots die flying it. Eventually, aviator Hanna Reitsch successfully flies the prototype, and realises that mechanical shifting of the missile's weight and change of speed requires the trim controls to be changed. Winston Churchill is concerned about a rumoured flying bomb and orders Duncan Sandys, his son-in-law and a minister, to investigate. Sandys is convinced by intelligence and photo-reconnaissance reports that they exist, but scientific advisor Professor Lindemann dismisses the reports. Bomber Command launches a raid on Peenemünde to destroy the rocket complex.

Adam King debates Orthodox Likud Party Caucus Chair on Russia who styles himself as a Libertarian. His views on vaccines aren't based on facts and he discards the basic Libertarian axioms, saying the State can impose vaccinations. The Dati Leumi crowd were obedient to the Covid psyop and cruel in enforcing the illegal orders to wear masks, keep distance, and get vaccinated.
Adam King on Rumble https://rumble.com/v3w24x8-judengrad-the-battle-for-israels-future-my-debate-with-likud-party-caucus-c.html

Commander Christopher "Kit" Draper, USN, and Colonel Dan McReady, USAF, reach the red planet in their spaceship, Mars Gravity Probe 1. They are forced to use up their remaining fuel in order to avoid an imminent collision with a large orbiting meteoroid; they descend in one-man lifeboat pods, becoming the first humans on Mars, but are separated. Draper eventually finds a cave for shelter. He figures out how to obtain the rest of what he needs to survive: he burns some coal-like rocks for warmth and discovers that heating them also releases oxygen. This allows him to refill his air tanks with a hand pump and to move around in the thin Martian atmosphere. On one of his excursions, he finds McReady's crashed pod and corpse.

Mordechai Kedar is an Israeli scholar of Arabic culture and a lecturer at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. He holds a Ph.D. from Bar-Ilan University in Arabic Studies. Kedar is an academic expert on Arab societies. He served for twenty-five years in IDF Military Intelligence, where he specialized in Islamic groups, the political discourse of Arab countries, the Arabic press and mass media, and the Syrian domestic arena. He is one of the few Arabic-speaking Israeli pundits seen on Arabic satellite channels defending Israel.


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Proclus’ description of the physical world owes much to the Timaeus. Jan Opsomer stresses that this dialogue is interpreted as giving a hypothetical picture of physical nature, which is characterized with a degree of indeterminacy and lacking the perfection that its causes have. Genuine causes are incorporeal ( El. Theol. § 80), just like qualities. Most interesting is the discussion of ‘geometric atomism’ according to which corpuscles making up the elements are determined by geometric forms (the Platonic bodies), although one single geometric particle is not a token of the element in question.3


It is difficult to establish a chronology of Proclus’ works. The Platonic Theology is generally considered to be his last work. In writing the Theology Proclus heavily depends on his interpretation of the Parmenides and often refers to his commentary on this dialogue, which must have been finished some time before. We know from Marinus (Life of Proclus §13) that Proclus finished his Commentary on the Timaeus by the age of 27. However, it cannot be excluded that Proclus rewrote or modified it later. As the Alcibiades came at the beginning of the curriculum in the school, its commentary may also be an early work.


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