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Megyn Kelly is pretty pissed off at HuffPost right now on Fox News, if you wanna check that out.
— Ryan J. Reilly (@ryanjreilly) January 15, 2014
Megyn Kelly blasted the Huffington Post Tuesday night for publishing a 36-page manifesto by Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, as well as the judge who declassified the document for release. The Huffington Post reports that the 9/11 mastermind “now says that the use of violence to spread Islam is forbidden by the Quran, a major shift away from the more militaristic view he had put forward previously.”
Kelly wasn’t alone in her outrage over KSM being given a platform to spread his views, not to mention a laptop on which to write them down.
@megynkelly I've never seen you so pissed, when discussing the Mastermind of 9/11. And I don't blame you
— Tony Fressola (@salerno9249) January 15, 2014
@megynkelly not sure why KSM hasn't found himself in front of a firing squad! I'd volunteer my services!
— Dave in WNC (@DavidShirlin) January 15, 2014
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed could be disseminating messages to his minions via code in his "manifestos" being circulated… @megynkelly
— Allison Isaacson (@MsAllisonLynn) January 15, 2014
.@MegynKelly No need to apologize for your tone. KSM's an abomination and leftists are slathering at the chance to spread his terror.
— Donald Douglas (@AmPowerBlog) January 15, 2014
— Amy (@HindaRifka) January 15, 2014
The only thing we need to know about or from KSM is that he is in custody/under guard at Gitmo….period! @megynkelly
— theloon (@theloon) January 15, 2014
megyn kelly is way, way pissed right now
— brendan james (@deep_beige) January 15, 2014
— Infidel Mike (@glockster23) January 15, 2014
Megan’s father Wayne Rossee confirmed the pair’s relationship to Celebuzz today, saying. “Yes, it’s true. I haven’t met him yet. I will soon. He’s been kind of busy.”
Rossee accompanied Phelps to both the Omaha trials and London but according to her father, the couple has reportedly been dating since January. But enough about that — here are a few of her modeling pictures:
Se você perdeu as edições de 1998, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011 e 2013 do “Criança Esperança”, não deve ter visto Renato Aragão contando uma história triste, de uma criança, nos braços da mãe. Se for esse o caso, veja aqui.
Em seu Twitter, quando não está parabenizando a população de Guaratinguetá pelo 383° aniversário da cidade ou anunciando novos equipamentos de ressonância magnética e tomografia computadorizada em Votuporanga, o governador de São Paulo, Geraldo Alckmin, às vezes responde a alguns cidadãos.
If the world made sense, then domains registered in China and IndiaÂ would host by far the most websites, followed distantly by the U.S., Indonesia, and Brazil. However, the U.S. is far and away the dominant domain host, followed by Germany and then Britain. China comes in fourth. I’m somewhat surprised that Switzerland and Belgium don’t have bigger first-mover advantages from the fact that the Web was invented by a British guy and a Belgian working in Switzerland, but they’re still disproportionately represented in domains in relation to how few people live there.
Via Floating Sheep. Click “Know More” to read about the work Oxford researchers are doing to map the Internet’s content.
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Who remembers the Concorde, the iconic, supersonic airliner that could take passengers from New York to London in less than three hours? Slashing journey times in half was indeed a mighty impressive feat, but that’s nothing compared to the aircraft that British aerospace firm [Via #protected_0#, Business Insider] is currently working on. Their new engine system will allow passengers to travel anywhere in the world in just four hours. Yes, you could get from New York to Hong Kong, or London to Sydney, in just four hours. Oh, and the engine will also allow crafts to fly in outer space, too.
The new system that the firm is working on is called SABRE, which is a jet engine that also doubles as a rocket engine. In a commercial plane, this could whizz 300 passengers around the world at Mach 5, or five times the speed of sound, “pretty easily,” according to chief engineer Alan Bond. The ambitious spaceplane the company is working on, “SKYLON,” could propel the craft into orbit at 25 times the speed of sound.
As explained by Bond in a new video released by Reaction Engines, the only truly unique thing about the engine is the precooler device they’ve been working on. The SABRE engine “breathes” in atmospheric air, capturing some 1,250 tonnes that are then used in the engines. This air is then cooled from more than 1,000oC (1,832oF) to -150oC (-238oF) in just 0.1 seconds, an “astronomical” cooling rate of 400 megawatts.
This air-breathing ability means that 250 tonnes of oxygen can be captured from the atmosphere for use in the combustion process, reducing the amount of oxygen that has to be carried in propellant tanks. This overcomes the weight issue that has limited the design of crafts such as this in the past.
If the company is successful in developing their planes, the SABRE engine could transform high-speed aviation. Not only would it dramatically reduce flight times around the world, but it could also provide cost effective access to space. Their reusable spaceplane SKYLON would take off from a runway, just like a commercial aircraft, before turning into a rocket to fly into orbit. After doing whatever job was assigned, such as delivering 15 tonnes of cargo, the craft would return for a runway landing, all at a fraction of the cost of using existing technology. And given the success of tests so far, it might not be too long before SKYLON is realized. In fact, the first test flights are planned for 2019.
The company is also investigating the possibility of using the same craft to take passengers into space. Such a journey is predicted to cost some $435,000, although this will significantly drop over time. Unfortunately, passengers might not get the views they’ve dreamed of as the plane won’t have any windows. However, design teams are already working on technology that will project spectacular, panoramic views from the outside onto screens covering the inside of the cabin.
Check out this video from Reaction Engines for more info:
[Via #protected_0#, Business Insider]