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May 27th, 2007 - ARTIST: RICHARD LAZZARA
ART GALLERY BOULDER COLORADO USA

shankargallery
Date: 2007-05-27 07:22
Subject: Hanuman Chalisa Mp3 Download
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hanuman and other diety chalisa

Hanuman Page

Hanuman Chalisa Mp3 Download

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shankargallery
Date: 2007-05-27 07:38
Subject: http://groups.google.com/group/alt.politics.economics
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Imagine you were a member of a secret organization whose sole agenda was to
control the entire planet. If your plan was to accomplish this goal without
being perceived by your intended victims, discretion would be paramount.
Your organization would devise a series of historical events that, on the
surface, would appear to be everyday, happenstance occurrences (natural
disasters, man-made diseases, acts of murder, assassination, terror,
manipulation of money and energy supplies, contamination of foods, pollution
of natural resources, and war). The timing of these events would require
patience, careful planning, cooperation from others in positions of trust,
stealth and deceit. In essence, the whole mission must derive its power
through deception and concealment and must have a master plan.

The Master Plan:

Arrival of the Bankers

Paul Warburg

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shankargallery
Date: 2007-05-27 07:49
Subject: Project Censored
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Project Censored
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shankargallery
Date: 2007-05-27 08:06
Subject: Shiva in the poor
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Let me tell you again that you must be pure and help any one who comes to you, as much as lies in your power. And this is good Karma. By the power of this, the heart becomes pure (Chitta-shuddhi), and then Shiva who is residing in everyone will become manifest. He is always in the heart of everyone. If there is dirt and dust on a mirror, we cannot see our image. So ignorance and wicked ness are the dirt and dust that are on the mirror of our hearts. Selfishness is the chief sin, thinking of ourselves first. He who thinks, âœI will eat first, I will have more money than others, and I will possess everythingâ, he who thinks, âœI will get to heaven before others, I will get Mukti (liberation) before othersâ is the selfish man. The unselfish man says, âœI will be last, I do not care to go to heaven, I will even go to hell if by doing so I can help my brothers.â


Living Next Door to Alice

He who sees Shiva in the poor, in the weak, and in the diseased, really worships Shiva; and if he sees Shiva only in the image, his worship is but preliminary. He who has served and helped one poor man seeing Shiva in him, without thinking of his caste, or creed, or race, or anything, with him Shiva is more pleased than with the man who sees Him only in temples.
This unselfishness is the test of religion. He who has more of this unselfishness is more spiritual and nearer to Shiva than anybody else, whether he knows it or not. And if a man is selfish, even though he has visited all the temples, seen all the places of pilgrimage, and painted himself like a leopard, he is still further off from Shiva.
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shankargallery
Date: 2007-05-27 08:32
Subject: Amyloid protein seen to zip together
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explained Eisenberg. 'We managed to grow sections of these proteins into crystals.'

Eisenberg's team was specifically interested in a small fragment of the long protein complex that forms the fibril - the folded, twisted, insoluble sheet that develops in the brains of people with amyloid-associated diseases. Their previous work purifying and assembling these protein complexes meant they could create a model of how the sections of this fragment link together and interact.

The team grew 13 microcrystals that matched the atomic structure of the fibrils of different amyloids, and discovered that each one shared a common site, which they termed a steric zipper. At this site the proteins interlink to form a dry interface.

The proteins are held in their folded formation by steric forces. These forces of attraction are caused by the close proximity and complementary shape of the interlinking molecules. 'The sidechains protruding from the sheets on each side of the fold look like the
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Amyloid protein seen to zip together

Twisted and misfolded proteins known as amyloids develop in the brains of people with a number of neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzhemier's and Creutzfeldt-Jakob, the human form of BSE. Their long, complicated structure makes them tricky to study, but US researchers have found that they share a common feature that could provide a drug target for an array of incurable conditions.

David Eisenberg from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and his colleagues examined the structure of amyloid proteins using x-ray crystallography, a technique previously made impossible by the fact that these tangled proteins could not be crystallised. 

Steric zipper

According to the researchers, the fact that every one of these proteins contains a fibril-forming zipper suggests that it is this segment that drives fibril formation. 

Victoria Gill

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shankargallery
Date: 2007-05-27 08:39
Subject: Deadly beetles intercept bee's warnings
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But does this research give any clues to the causes of the mysterious disappearance of entire bee colonies over this winter, which has affected up to 70 per cent of colonies in some regions of North America and is now also reported throughout Europe? Entomologists believe that the small hive beetle cannot be the main cause of the problem seen in North America and Europe, as the parasite doesn't occur in Europe at all. Possible causes that have been mooted for the mysterious colony collapse disorder (CCD) range from biological (mites) to the inadvertantly man-made (mobile phones, pesticides, GM crops), and even to allegations of poor practice among bee keepers or compensation fraud.

Bernard Vaissiere, who studies the ecology of bees at the French research centre INRA in Avignon, told Chemistry World: 'I do not think that there is a link between the greater susceptibility of the European honeybee to the small hive beetle and colony collapse disorder. CDD seems related to lower immune
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Deadly beetles intercept bee's warnings

The small hive beetle invades colonies of the European honeybee (Apis mellifera) but not of the African strain. Researchers in the US have now found that the bee's very own chemical alarm signal plays an important role in the beetle's success.

Peter Teal and colleagues at the University of Florida used analytical techniques, including GC-MS, to study the chemical messengers (pheromones) that bees send out when they are under stress. The researchers were surprised to find that the parasitic beetle can detect at least one of the bee's alarm pheromones, isopentyl acetate (IPA), with a much better sensitivity than the bee itself. Thus, the beetles can rely on the bee's chemical signals to localise bee hives, and to congregate in large numbers on bee hives that are already in trouble.

Busy bee

Michael Gross

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shankargallery
Date: 2007-05-27 08:57
Subject: magportal
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shankargallery
Date: 2007-05-27 09:09
Subject: OpenNet Initiative
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Internet censorship and surveillance are growing global
phenomena. ONIâ™s mission is to identify and document
Internet filtering and surveillance, and to promote and
inform wider public dialogue about such practices.


Global Internet Filtering




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Internet censorship and surveillance are growing global
phenomena. ONIâ™s mission is to identify and document
Internet filtering and surveillance, and to promote and
inform wider public dialogue about such practices.
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shankargallery
Date: 2007-05-27 10:03
Subject: FreePress : Verge of turning over our public Internet airwaves to the same giant phone and cable co
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Help ensure Broadband for the Rest of Usâ“Itâ™s Good for Business

Imagine having a fast connection to an open Internet wherever you go, without needing a telephone wire or cable modem.

The FCC could make this happen. Instead theyâ™re on the verge of turning over our public Internet airwaves to the same giant phone and cable companies that control high-speed access for more than 96 percent of American users.

Donâ™t let the FCC give away our wireless Internet to these price-gouging giants. We need to use these public airwaves to connect more Americans to an open, neutral and affordable Internet.


The idea of using the existing TV spectrum for widely available broadband is tremendously exciting. As a business owner, I could see that this might spark a wave of creative entrepreneurship like the original dotcom boom a decade ago, and create useful technologies we can only dream of currently. Open access is the way to do this, not tight control by a handful of companies.

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FreePress.net sent out this alert yesterday

Imagine having a fast connection to an open Internet wherever you go, without needing a telephone wire or cable modem.

The FCC could make this happen. Instead theyâ™re on the verge of turning over our public Internet airwaves to the same giant phone and cable companies that control high-speed access for more than 96 percent of American users.

Donâ™t let the FCC give away our wireless Internet to these price-gouging giants. We need to use these public airwaves to connect more Americans to an open, neutral and affordable Internet.

And this is what I appended at the beginning of the comment field:

The idea of using the existing TV spectrum for widely available broadband is tremendously exciting. As a business owner, I could see that this might spark a wave of creative entrepreneurship like the original dotcom boom a decade ago, and create useful technologies we can only dream of currently. Open access is the way to d
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shankargallery
Date: 2007-05-27 10:22
Subject: http://www.teslascience.org/pages/front_el.htm
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Click here to see an architectural rendering of Wardenclyffe.


The 2006 Tesla Museum and Science Center
Conference on NIKOLA TESLA

Welcome to the home page of The Tesla Wardenclyffe Project.
Our mission is the preservation and adaptive reuse of Wardenclyffe,
the century-old laboratory of electrical pioneer Nikola Tesla
located in Shoreham, Long Island, New York.

Click here to see sample Tesla Photo Archive images.
The Peerless Photo
Products site presently includes a 94' x 94' brick
building designed by noted turn-of-the-century architect Stanford White,
the perimeter foundation wall of the communications facility's wireless transmission tower,
and a number of newer structures.
     
The Tesla Coil Web RingTesla Coil Web Ring

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We are presently working in cooperation with the Long Island based group Friends of Science East, to preserve this one remaining monument to Nikola Tesla's engineering legacy
Our specific goals are:

* placement of the 16 acre site on the National Register of Historic Places
* restoration of the building and stabilization of the tower foundation
* conversion of the site into a science museum complex to be known as the
Tesla Museum and Science Center at Wardenclyffe.
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shankargallery
Date: 2007-05-27 10:58
Subject: After US DoD, Apple Stores ban MySpace
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Age groups 18-40 and  are around approx 33% of the users of Apple's iPods in the US according to a Pew Internet report. For MySpace -- Age group 25 and above accounted for over 68% of user base in 2006 according to ComScore. Thus, there would be iPod users who also use MySpace. How would these users feel about the ban? I guess jarred. Won't this ban mar Apple's Brand in the minds of the MySpace generation? Apple is definitely not DoD in its brand positioning. Can it afford placing such a ban, even if its just on its stores not products?

Both US DoD and Apple Stores are citing similar sounding reasons, usage choking traffic or accessbility in some way. Doesnt that mean that MySpace's popularity growing beyond the comfort zone of players within and outside the ecosystem? How will MySpace Advertisers react to this series of bans? From a Brand Management perspective can Apple even afford such a ban?

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After US DoD, Apple Stores ban MySpace,
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shankargallery
Date: 2007-05-27 11:22
Subject: Evolution of Whales
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The Evolution of Whales
Based on November 2001 National Geographic Magazine, "The Evolution of Whales". Covering the Evolutionary Origins of Modern Whales and Dolphins. Reviewed, with some edits by Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, Dr. J.G.M. Thewissen, with additional comments by Edward T. Babinski, and revised text and art by Sharon Mooney.

Pakicetus Skulls Comparison

Anatomically Correct Pakicetus Skull
Anatomically correct Pakicetus skull
Source:Cranial Anatomy of Pakicetidae (Cetacea, Mammalia)
Sirpa Nummelai, S. Taseer Hussain, and J.G.M. Thewissen
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26(3):746â“759
September 2006, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Pakicetus
Pakicetus Skeleton
Reconstruction of Pakicetus
Ambulocetus natans
Dr. Thewissen examining pelvis of Ambulocetus
Ambulocetus
Nasal Drift
Evolution of Echolocation

Rodhocetus
Rodhocetus
46.5 million years ago

Rodhocetus
Protocetus
Kutchicetus

Remingtonocetid Kutchicetus
Images of skulls of Remingtonocetus, still embedded in the rock in which they were found, in Kachchh, India.

Kutchicetus and Hearing
Middle ear of the fossil whale Remingtonocetus from India
Credit: Artwork by Lauren Stevens

Durodon
Basilosaurus

Aetiocetus
Aetiocetus
24-26 million years ago

Squalodon
Squalodon
16 million years ago
Early Echolocation

Cetotherium
Cetotherium
15 million years ago


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Ed Babinski works on the staff of the Duke Library at Furman University, Greenville, SC.The Evolution of Whales
Based on November 2001 National Geographic Magazine, "The Evolution of Whales". Covering the Evolutionary Origins of Modern Whales and Dolphins. Reviewed, with some edits by Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, Dr. J.G.M. Thewissen, with additional comments by Edward T. Babinski, and revised text and art by Sharon Mooney.

All images reconstructed from National Geographic, are public access, though source and appropriate credits must be left intact.
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