Sunday, 27 March 2016

rant issue 2

The government's living wage £50 more an hour wow not a lot to live on at present I get DLA but if I was to make a reclaim I will get Pip which would take longer to get and I may not qualify for anyway in life ,there a lot of social in Justice mainly in Bideford where are young lad was had  his hands tied up as  was going to tie his  legs up on the way home from school . And then the tormentors wanted  to throw him  into the road when the parents were informed  their said the kid should  just Grow Up, you can  now find me me  in Gozo weekly back as a cartoonist I hope you like them not just  me    in Belgium we had the horror of terrorism again I don't understand these people I never will but I think it's important to keep living your normal life As  it is only way to stand up to to them ,TV this weekend has been a load of rubbish as usual i went online to do my blog also I'm going to try to deal with my paranoid thoughts through self help I don't go to to the medication route at the moment as I see it I can see where that leads so hope you read these rants and not just me thank you from Mark aka  ghostman

World’s oldest hot cross bun

A note with the historic bun says that it was baked on Good Friday 1807 in ColchesterThe world’s oldest hot cross bun - which was baked 207 years ago - resides with a retired couple in Essex.
Andrew Munson and his wife Dot were given the 207-year-old bun by an old neighbour.
A note with the historic bun says that it was baked on Good Friday 1807 in Colchester, Essex.
Local historian Andrew Phillips has discovered a direct link which supports the claims on the bun’s note, which makes it the oldest hot cross bun in the world.
Mr Munson, 75, said: “I think it's a miracle it never went mouldy or fell apart in all these years.

Queen Victoria's wedding cake FOR AUCTION

This is three tiny pieces of Queen Victoria's wedding cake which is 176 years old NHS which was owned by a serving sailor on the Lord Nelson's HMS Victory.  W rapped in parchment in the words of Queen Victoria's wedding cake married February 10th 1840 but also day is April 1st.

GENDER NEUTRAL STATUS DENIED.

In a court in Orleans, France they have denied a man of 64 who was born with male and female organs the right to be gender neutral status.

SHAKESPEARE'S SKULL IS MISSING ?

Archaeologists carried out a Radar   scan on the site of Shakespeare's grave to support theory that he had removed his head in the 18th century .A skull which was which found 15 miles away turned out to be a woman's aged about 70. N o digs are not  allowed  at the Holy Trinity Church Stratford-upon-Avon Warwickshire.   Scans  were allowed for a channel 4 documentary Secret History Shakespeare's tomb,Shakespeare died of April 1616 aged 52.

BRITAIN'S SMALLEST MUSEUM?

This is a museum in a 39 square foot bathroom St Ives Cornwall dedicated to Explorer Sir Richard Burton

Feeling lucky? Treasure hunters out to get Reich quick: £20bn in missing Nazi loot is STILL hidden across Germany

Nazi goldAS Nazi Germany began to fall in 1945 its leaders set about hiding the treasures they looted for the previous six years.
Priceless art and silver, some of it stolen from the Jews they sent to the gas chambers, artefacts taken from museums and tonnes of gold — all stashed in mines or sunk in lakes as defeat in World War Two loomed.
While some of these cultural treasures were saved by Allied units, around£20BILLION of loot is still missing.
And the hunt for it is still on.
Last year, locals in the Polish town of Walbrzych claimed to have found evidence of secret railway tunnels where, legend has it, Third Reich generals hid a train loaded with gold and jewellery.
In 2012 a £1billion horde of art, some of it stolen by the Nazis, was uncovered in a Munich flat.
Treasure hunters have also focussed on various lakes where billions in Reichsbank gold was thought to have been dumped.
Here, we pick out what is still missing — and where it might be.read more =http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/7018409/20bn-in-missing-Nazi-loot-is-hidden-across-Germany.html

HOW TO GO TO THE TOILET IF A UNIVERSITY STUDENT?

If you are a student at the University of Sheffield you may see some of illustrated  cards in the campus because read do not put toilet paper on floor put toilet paper in the toilet bowl and flush when there is a picture hurting him not to squat on the toilet seat and please leave the toilet as you wish to find it what the waste of resources.

INVISIBILITY CLOAK MAY HAPPEN?

These are  Hi Tech camouflage sheets that mimics terrain to make shelters undetectable to the naked eye  heat seeking devices.  This is called  vatal and tests were carried out by third Battalion the rifles Fort benning Georgia USA .Also the US military is developing camouflage to mimic squid and octopus as these creatures appearance  blend in two different backgrounds.

Allison Wheeler-Heau an article

Take time out to think and act

Saturday, 26 March 2016

Atheism: A new faith

There is no church on Sunday. There are also no dietary requirements. Nor are there required days of the year set aside for worship of G-d, gods or a higher power.
As Bill Maher said, “Atheism is not a religion.”
In this sense, he is correct.
However, religion and faith are not mutually exclusive even in the most secular of definitions.
All people have faith that what they believe at this moment is correct, whether it come from biblical texts or science books. However, there is a major difference in how atheists and religious people reconcile information that is contradictory to what is currently believed.
With modern science or atheism, a new concept may be met with opposition, but once it becomes established, old texts and beliefs are scrapped and referenced for limited purposes.
For example, the lobotomy was considered sound science until 1967, when it became banned. It is important to remember that these were certified, educated doctors that made this mistake and not charlatans. Nobody is perfect, and medicine has brought great leaps and bounds to end suffering around the world. In this particular case, however, there was a mistake. The lobotomy is now regarded as the 20th century equivalent of leeching and bloodletting — which even practitioners of its day truly believed to be good medicine.
The general point of view is that these were mistakes of the medical past. While this is certainly a progressive viewpoint, it does perpetuate a certain overconfidence in what we believe to be true now. Nobody wants to admit that what diet, medication or surgery they are living by may in =read more =http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/mar/23/atheism-fact-religion/

What is paranoia?

Everybody experiences suspicious or irrational thoughts from time to time. These fears are described as paranoid when they are exaggerated and there is no evidence that they are true.
There are three key features of paranoid thoughts. If you have paranoia, you may:
  • fear that something bad will happen
  • think that other people or external causes are responsible
  • have beliefs that are exaggerated or unfounded.
Generally speaking, if you are experiencing paranoia, you will feel a sense of threat and fear.
There are different types of threat or harm that you may feel paranoid about. You may feel you are at risk of:
  • psychological or emotional harm – thinking somebody is bullying you, spreading rumours about you, talking about you behind your back
  • physical harm – believing somebody trying to physically hurt or injure you, or even trying to kill you
  • financial harm – thinking another person is stealing from you, or is damaging your property or tricking you into giving away your money.
It could be one person you feel threatened by, or it may be a group of people, an =read more =http://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/types-of-mental-health-problems/paranoia/#.VvaQyuKLTIU

Sunday, 20 March 2016

NEW FEATURE =WEEKLY RANT issue 1

Right I think this is going to be a new thing I'm going to try out I don't know how to get it work when I don't know going to be I don't you know that you had a weekly rent about life the universe and everything where do I start wow what about the £30 that the government want to take away for disabled people apparently even the other members don't want it I think it seems that they're taking away from the poor and giving it to the rich it's your fault basically the Tory party always does I have to give credit to IAN Duncan Smith standing up to 4 his  principles even like the guy now for my next subject this is basically um how doctors treat people now the other day told my wife enid these  views told us by the way you stink NHS resources and that she is overweight it's a basic error 404 do something overweight don't know what day's work was up with life um normally snobbish idiot now by any other Great Britain life is the fact that when you go on Google Chrome what other browsers are available I seem to be getting a lot of pop-ups now to spite having a blocker I think this is because of new rules and regulations but not too sure but it's a real pain in the a*** what is oil can I say oh yes there is one thing that I was going to say it I think I care this is it this is my other phone really really f***** me off is that what you no longer in a group or part of something people for places no longer want to know you milk in my mind this is discrimination yes I know I'm not black all day all anything everything that might please do this but I have some spits it through when I go places with my walking stick people tend to see the stick first and the person second which is very nice ot his is me signing off for this weekly rant oh no sorry I'm quite finished now the other thing which can be old is help machines that you dictate to don't understand your English early start putting things that you never put in I will leave it samples it this I have spoken to to put on to my blogger and my Facebook so see you later France well might be one of you anyway so goodnight good sleep good karma  see you next week

​Michael Jackson's Journey from Motown to Off the Wall

MJ

In the early 1970s, a soulful voice could be heard wafting from radios and speakers around the world as Michael Jackson sang a heartfelt tune about 'Ben'. To the casual listener, it sounded like the best bromance in the world; a heartbroken lad singing about his brother or best friend, but that tune was the standout track to Willard, a long forgotten movie about a rat.

Talk about off the wall.
Well, plenty of folks in Spike Lee's new feature documentary will do just that, waxing lyrical about the album which sold 30 million copies worldwide, and cemented the former child star's position as a formidable solo talent.
But not before Lee eases us down the road and assesses Jacko's early days at Motown.
There's archive footage of Michael recalling how when the family's TV broke down one day, they started singing. Before long they were winning competitions and appearing on The Ed Sullivan Show.
The Jackson 5's first four songs went to number one on the American charts, and they found the freedom to go to a movie or get a burger was suddenly gone.
"He used to sing songs with a lot of feeling," recalls Michael's mother, Katherine Jackson in the film. "And he would sing 'em with a lot of feeling and a lot of moving, like he had been here before. He had lived before."=read more =http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/TV-Tonight-8203-Michael-Jackson-s-Journey-Motown/story-28918024-detail/story.html

Britain's Whales, Britain's Sharks 8:00pm, Friday, 25 March 2016, ITV

Bitain's Whales/ Britain's SharksBen Fogle and Countryfile's Ellie Harrison are on a mission – and it’s one that might freak you out next time you go for a paddle at the seaside. Apparently there are 30 species of shark and countless whales lurking in British waters, but they're rather elusive creatures. So the pair are off into the deep, using a washed-up dead whale as shark bait (it's all very ethical, don't worry), braving choppy seas and diving into dangerous waters to spot some scary marine life. It's no David Attenborough documentary, but stick with this two-part oceanic adventure, and the underwater foote will leave you gasping.

TRIBES,PREDATORS&ME

This is a series about that naturalist and wild  life Cameraman  Gordon Buchanan and his mission to get closer to natures  most deadly beasts. In this program he meets a waorani family tribal family,Ecuador Amazon Amazon forest.Who share thier secrets to   catching and releasing anaconda snakes=SEE MORE ON BBC LINK=http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03l23gr

KEY IRON AGE FIND

Pocklington East Yorkshire archaeologists have discovered 75  Barrows containing skeleton some ice Iron Age hey ah ah ah as culture which lived in area about 800 PC I'm on the side with sword shield Spears amber glass beads ,brooches, this could reveal how men women child died and where they were from originally in this area

Yorkshire farmer stunned as cow gives birth to TWO-HEADED calf

a two headed calf Shaun Sowray, a third generation dairy farmer, was expecting a new addition but got more than he bargained for earlier this month. 
Mr Sowray, 55, said the four-year-old cow - who previously had a normal calf - was behaving strangely when due to give birth. 
Abnormally large, the farmer thought the cow, a holstien fresian, must be carrying twins. READ MORE ==https://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/653461/Yorkshire-farmer-stunned-cow-gives-birth-to-two-headed-calf

BADGER STOPS AIRPLANE

A pilot of a Flybe flight Gatwick spotted a badger wind just 300 feet from  Go r m a c Newquay Cornwall who flew the plane over the sea before landing 5 minutes later

In The Footsteps Of Judas Confirmed for BBC One on 25 March at 9am to 10am

To mark Good Friday this one-hour documentary sees one of Britain’s best-loved vicars, Kate Bottley, (pictured) re-open the case against the Bible’s most notorious villain - Judas Iscariot.
Kate’s journey takes her from her parish in Nottingham to Jerusalem, where she pieces together the events leading up to the Crucifixion. Why did Judas betray his Master at his most desperate hour? And on a day when we remember that Jesus died for all our sins, is Judas excluded from that forgiveness?
A number of leading theological experts contribute to Kate’s investigation, as she visits the Upper Room of the Last Supper; Gethsemane - the scene of Judas’ treacherous kiss; and the Field of Blood, where, according to Christian tradition, Judas hanged himself.
Ultimately, Kate demonstrates why Judas matters and why he is central to our understanding of the Christian message today.

The dog breeds that have changed beyond all recognition in 100years

THE Crufts victory of a “deformed” German Shepherd has highlighted worrying changes in dog breeds.
Despite a sloping back and odd gait, Cruaghaire Catoria won Best in Breed, as we reported yesterday.
While owner Susan Cuthbert insists the dog is healthy, animal welfare campaigners say it’s look demonstrates how selective breeding has transformed pedigrees — at the cost of dogs’ welfare.
Pedigree dog campaigner Jemima Harrison blames the Kennel Club, which runs Crufts, for fuelling demand for over-the-top features.
She said: “Breeders soon learned they could catch a judge’s eye by breeding a dog that bit shorter, bigger, longer or hairier. In some cases this has been at a huge welfare cost to the dog.”read more=http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/features/7004041/Dogs-bred-beyond-all-recognition-in-100yrs.html

Untouched Bronze Age burial site discovered by two pal

A BRONZE Age burial site undiscovered for thousands of years has been found by two metal detector enthusiasts.
Matthew Hepworth and David Kierzek stumbled on several rare artefacts, including a chisel and a dagger.
But further digging in the field near Morecambe Bay, Lancs, uncovered the ancient grave, called a barrow.read more=http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/6998584/Metal-dector-pals-uncover-Bronze-Age-burial-site.html

Snuffles, the dog with two noses,

Happy tail: Snuffles, the dog with two noses, has finally found a new ownerA Belgian Shepherd dog born with two noses, who was struggling to find a new home because of his rare defect, is set to begin a new life after offers to adopt him flooded in from around the globe.
Five-month-old Snuffles had previously been rejected by four owners and was in the care of the Dog's Trust Rehoming Centre in Uddingston, Glasgow. 
But after issuing an appeal, the centre received 40 messages and 20 calls from people in the USA and South Africa, as well as Britain.READ MORE=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2555141/Sweet-smell-success-Snuffles-dog-two-noses-finally-finds-new-home-Scotland-offers-flood-world.html

JAMES DEAN =TOMORROW NEVER COMES.

In this books are claims that James Dean and Marlon Brando had s and m secret sex romps in one's instance James Dean let Marlon Brando snap out cigarettes on his chest and he was forced to watch buy Brando sleep with strangers other claims are he had feelings with Steve McQueen Marilyn Monroe and many more.READ MORE ON THIS LINK=http://www.out.com/popnography/2016/3/18/new-book-claims-marlon-brando-and-james-dean-were-kink

OLDEST NEANDERTHAL RELATIVES.

A find of 28 fossilized remains found in a Spanish cave or 430 ,4000 years old and are  believed to be  is our oldest  Neanderthal relatives.

BERMUDA TRIANGLE NEW THEORY

Is being claimed by scientists that huge underwater gas Explosions could explain disappearance of ships and planes in Bermuda Triangle this was through a study of giant craters up to half a mile ride 100 50 ft found off the coast of Norway.  These are believed to cause up schools up buildups of method that methane which blow up under sea bed a blast could suck vessels into the the barents sea. S o  s i m i l a r   holes  could explain  the loss of airplanes and ships in bermuda triangle.The  famous loss in Bermuda Triangle is a flight 19 which 5 u s naval planes vanish while training in 1945 research plane that went out to look for them also vanished

Scorpion new type

Scorpion new type found this is a scorpions smaller than a grain of rice has been found trapped in Amber that lived 100 million years ago

TIMURLENGIA EUOTICA

Saturday, 19 March 2016

Dinosaur find resolves T. rex mystery

A newly discovered species of Tyrannosaur - the group of meat-eating dinosaurs to which the infamous T. rex belongs - could hold the key to how these creatures grew so huge.
Scientists from the University of Edinburgh, along with US and Russian colleagues, discovered the fossilised remains of the animal in Uzbekistan.
They have named it Timurlengia.
A study of the 90-million-year-old beast suggested its ears and brain were crucial in Tyrannosaurs' dominance.
"We have a totally new species of dinosaur," explained lead researcher Dr Stephen Brusatte from the University of Edinburgh.
"It's one of the very closest cousins of T. rex, but a lot smaller - about the size of a horse.
"And it comes from the middle part of the Cretaceous period - a point where we have a huge gap in the fossil record."
This "frustrating" gap has made T. rex - which was found later in the period and was up to 13m head to tail - something of an evolutionary mystery. That is what this find has helped to resolve.read more on bbc link=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-35806780

Harlow tick disease dog 'lucky to be alive'

A dog owner says her pet is "lucky to be alive" after contracting a deadly tick-borne disease that is expected to spread around the UK.
An outbreak of babesiosis has been identified for the first time in this country, and experts say it will be impossible to contain.
Two dogs in Essex have died and three others needed blood transfusions.
American Bulldog Ollie is thought to be the first dog in the UK to be diagnosed with the disease.
Owner Julie Newman, from Harlow, said she is "hugely relieved" her pet survived the illness following a transfusion.
Read live updates on this story
"It was really touch-and-go if he would make it.
"He was really lethargic, he normally has so much energy but he just lost it, he went really strange and we noticed he had blood in his urine," she said.=read more on bbc link=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-35831572

Giant web probes spider's sense of vibration

Inside a lab in Oregon, US, a two-metre spider web made of aluminium and rope is beginning to unlock how orb weavers pinpoint struggling prey.
When an unlucky insect lands in a web, it is vibrations that bring the spider scuttling from the centre of its trap.
How spiders interpret those signals is a mystery - so physicists have built this replica to figure it out.
They unveiled the design and their first results on Friday at a meeting of the American Physical Society (APS).
"We wove the web using two different kinds of rope, the same way as spiders use two different formulations of silk," said Ross Hatton from Oregon State University.
The radial strands that fan out from the centre are made of stiff, nylon parachute cable, while elastic bungee cords make up the "spiral strands".
The whole thing sits in an octagonal aluminium frame, with a speaker strapped to one corner to deliver some hefty vibrations.=READ MORE =BBC LINK=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-35849341

Thursday, 17 March 2016

Dean slater interview

What inspired you? inspitration came from my teacher Walt Maurus... I created the frist red, white and blue bettas..they were then sent overseas by my teacher the original name I gave to them was Bicenntenial Bettas but this name somehow got changed to Mascot...Walt also created the worlds first Gold bettas and this was before we had the metallic bettas...my goal is to teach as many people about betta genetics and try to bring back dome of the older strains and  have online shows that promote strain purity, the betta world has suffered greatly because of the satndards some shows have put on them, while on one hand promoting saving the fish on the other hand making sure only a limitied amount of genes are able to be shown thus crushing the gene pool...let me give you an example...in the category they have for black...only the blackest fish should win...there are 4 strains of blck and the only one of those that show the intense black that they want is the Superblack...so..people tend not to breed the other blacks because they can not compete with the superblack...like Black Lace or Black orchid that always shows blue...the melano has suffered for years because of breeding to steel, this was a mistake..Melano should be bred to red or yellow to carry that gene..instead of a fish that is mostly iridecsent. there are many misconceptions I am trying to get people on the right track and getting the overseas breeders involved as well . What are your aims?  I think genetics have also suffered because of misinformation.what are your plans for the future?  The breeding of multi colored fish has also diminished the gene pool as breeders multi colored fish are useless...this is also a big strain on the betta world...and pure strains are geetting harder to find...like Blue without metallic or marble genes the problem is when a new thing comes along people want to breed it into everything thus losing the pure strains/

Sunday, 13 March 2016

(3,000-Year-Old Weapons Found In Arabia

An incredible cache of bronze weapons dating back almost 3,000 years has been unearthed in the Arabian Peninsula. Bows, arrows, daggers and axes were found scattered within the remains of what is believed to be an ancient religious building. Intriguingly, they are all small-scale models made from metal and are thought to be purely ornamental, perhaps intended an offering to a god of war. Experts believe the weapons, which date from 900 to 600 BC, were once displayed on shelves, furniture or hung on walls, before they fell off and were discovered alongside ritualistic objects. Two collections of items are of particular interest to archaeologists - small quivers entirely made of bronze, each containing six arrows and other metal weapons.=read more =http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=c2a_1457717471

Wild mountain lion suspected of eating koala at Los Angeles zoo

When Killarney, a 14-year-old koala bear, went missing from her pen at Los Angeles zoo, staff were baffled.
Now investigations have thrown up a prime suspect in the mystery disappearance - a wild mountain lion roaming the city’s urban neighbourhoods and seeking to prey on the zoo’s inhabitants.

The six-year-old lion, dubbed P-22, has already gained celebrity status after emerging last year from Griffith Park - America’s biggest urban park - to enter the normally sleepy Los Feliz neighbourhood, causing panic and a media frenzy by taking refuge in the crawl space underneath a house before casually leaving again.
Evidence that he absconded with the unfortunate Killarney is circumstantial rather than forensic - yet, zoo officials say, compelling.=read more =http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/12190540/Wild-mountain-lion-suspected-of-eating-koala-at-Los-Angeles-zoo.html

Keith Noel Emerson (2 November 1944 – 10 March 2016)

Keith Noel Emerson (2 November 1944 – 10 March 2016) was an English keyboardist and composer. Emerson played in a number of bands before he found his first commercial success with P. P. Arnold's backing band the Nice in the late 1960s. He was a founding member of Emerson, Lake & Palmer (ELP), one of the early progressive rock supergroups, in 1970. Emerson, Lake & Palmer were critically and commercially successful through much of the 1970s, becoming one of the best-known progressive rock groups of the era.[1]
Following the break-up of ELP at the end of the decade, Emerson had modest success with his solo career and with Emerson, Lake & Powell in the 1980s,[1] as well as with the short-lived progressive rock band 3, with the album To the Power of Three.[2] ELP reunited during the early 1990s, releasing the album, Black Moon. Emerson also reunited the Nice in 2002 for a tour. His last album, The Three Fates Project, was released in 2012.[3]
Along with British contemporaries Rick Wright of Pink Floyd, Tony Banks of Genesis, Billy Ritchie of Clouds, Rick Wakeman of Yes and Jon Lord of Deep Purple, Emerson is widely regarded as one of the top keyboard players of the progressive rock era.[1][4][5][6] AllMusic describes Emerson as "perhaps the greatest, most technically accomplished keyboardist in rock history".[7]=wiki link =https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keith_Emerson

An exceptional fossil skull from South America and the origins of the archosauriform radiation

Birds, dinosaurs, crocodilians, pterosaurs and their close relatives form the highly diverse clade Archosauriformes. Archosauriforms have a deep evolutionary history, originating in the late Permian, prior to the end-Permian mass extinction, and radiating in the Triassic to dominate Mesozoic ecosystems. However, the origins of this clade and its extraordinarily successful body plan remain obscure. Here, we describe an exceptionally preserved fossil skull from the Lower Triassic of Brazil, representing a new species, Teyujagua paradoxa, transitional in morphology between archosauriforms and more primitive reptiles. This skull reveals for the first time the mosaic assembly of key features of the archosauriform skull, including the antorbital and mandibular fenestrae, serrated teeth, and closed lower temporal bar. Phylogenetic analysis recovers Teyujagua as the sister taxon to Archosauriformes, and is congruent with a two-phase model of early archosauriform evolution, in=read more =http://www.nature.com/articles/srep22817

Hitler was odd.

A new  found spy report by Dr Walter Lunger -ww2 =has some strange claims about Adolf Hitler .It is siad he carried out a poo fetish with his niece Geli Raubal  also in the report it says he was not capable of normal sex.

Pre-Meditated Violence Is In Brain?

It seems that part of the brain that forms the Ventromedial Hypothalamus- associated with the being satisfied,has an element of it that controls Aggressive motivation and provides the spark that ignites violence.

66 The World Cup In Real Time By Ian Passingham.

You can buy this book in hardback by Pitch Publishing for 14.99 .In this you can read a day by day account of meticulous research of World Cup 1966.


Missing lizard link?

A find of a fossilized lizard preserved in amber is believed to be up to 99 million years old.It was discovered several years ago in a mine -Myanmar South East Asia and only through using digital x -ray technology.this lizard maybe the oldest of its kind.

reglious subject

Arsenal 1-2 Watford sad day in history for an arsenal fan like me but well done watford

Watford stunned FA Cup holders Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium to book their place in the semi-finals at Wembley.
Odion Ighalo scored his first goal in 599 minutes to put the away side ahead early in the second half after Arsenal had spurned a series of good chances.
Adlene Guedioura then smashed home with the visitors' second shot on target.
Substitute Danny Welbeck scored with two minutes left to set up a dramatic finish, before missing the chance to force a replay from an open goal.
With Costel Pantilimon beaten after an Alex Iwobi effort had come back off the post, Welbeck could only stab the ball agonisingly wide as he struggled to keep his balance on the turn=.http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/35738604

RAY TOMLINSON R.I.P

WHO WAS THIS MAN WELL HE SENT THE FRIST EMAIL BETWEEN P .C S IN 1971 .HE WORKED AS AN ENGINEER =BOLT ,BERANEKAND NEWMAN;MASSACHASETTS,U.S.A WHO PLAYED AN EARLY VERSION OF INTERNET KNOWN AS ARPANET.

Sunday, 6 March 2016

ROBBIE THE pekingese INTERVIEWED.

HOW DID YOU COME TO LIVE AT THE RAINES FAMILY HOME? WELL MAN  I WAS ONCE A STAR GOING AROUND LOCAL DOG SHOWS SRUTTING MY STUFF AND ENDED UP A STUD =BUT THATS ANOTHER STORY IF MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY HAPPENS=UNTILL I ENDED UP OLD AND FORGOT SO THE KIND PEOPLE AT THE RAINES FAMILY TOOK ME IN ,KARMA MAN.WHATS LIFE LIKE AT YOU PRESENT HOME?MY NORMAL DAY IS SLEEPING,I ADORE BEING THE CENTRE OF ATTENTION  AS ANY VISTORS COME I GO UP WITH MY BROWN EYES AND ASK FOR A CUDDLE-STIIL GOT THE MOVES.I HAVE  A BIG  BACK GARDEN WHERE I CHILL,MEDATE AND DO MY DOOGY THINGS.I GET MY OWN WAY AS I KNOW THE SYSTEM  MAN.WHAT ARE YOUR PET HATES?NO HATE DUDE JUST PEACE AND LOVE FOR MY FELLLOW DOGS AND PEOPLE BUT IF YOU TTOUCH MY FOOD DUDE ITS HULK TIME .

MITZI THE JACK RUSSEL INTERVIEWED.

HOW DID YOU COME TO LIVE AT THE RAINES FAMILY HOME?    WELL MY DEARLY I WAS A CANINE ASSISTANCE DOG THAT VISITED LOCAL CARE HOMES WITH MY OWNER UNTILL THIER MOVE TO BE AMONG THE STARS AND I WAS LEFT IN A WILL TO MY NEW OWNER ..ENID RAINES --WHO WAS A CLOSE FRIEND OF MY OLD OWNER.                    WHATS LIFE LIKE AT YOUR PRESENT HOME? SWEETIE MY NORMAL DAY I AWAKE FROM MY LITTLE NEST OF BLANKETS AS I LIKE TO COVER MYSELF --A LADY GETS COLD YOU KNOW=THEN I EAT A BONO AND AWAIT FOR MY DAILY WALK AND WHEH I COME HOME FROM ONE I GO INTO MY MAD AS A BOX OF FROGS ROUTINE =RUNING AROUND ,PLAYING WITH TOYS OR SLIPPERS .I AM A SENSTIVE SOUL AND PICK UP IF OWERS ILL OR GO OUT.ANY PET HATES?YES C A T S THINK I WAS STRATCHED BY ONE AS A PUP AND IF  POST OR PAPERS COME THROUGH THE DOOR I GOT TO GET THEM AS PART OF A GAME.
            

TOM FOOLERY

ARE YOU MY COUSIN?

SCENTISTS ARE SAYING THAT MEN AND GORILLAS COULD BE CLOSER RELATED THEN FRIST THOUGHT .THEIR Y CHROMSOMES ARE STRONGLY SIMLAR AND HAVE MORE IN COMMON THAN OUR CLOSEST ANIMAL COUSIN =CHIMPANZE =PROF KATERYANA MAKOVA ,PENSYLVANA,AMERCA.

OLD SCOTTISH FUNGUS.

THIS IS A FOSSIL OF A 440 MILLION YEAR OLD FUNGUS AND AT THE MOMENT THE OLEST LIVING EXAMPLE OF A LAND BASED LIVING SPECIES.

WILD HOLSWORTHY

PETER RABBIT NOW ON BRITISH COIN.

A STAR OF BEATRIX POTTERS BOOKS  IS GOING TO FEATURE ON A SILVER 50 PENCE PEICE TO MARK THE 150 TH ANNIVERSARY OF AUHORS BIRTH IN 1866.THE TALE OF PETER RABIT WAS PUBLISHED IN 1902.

TRARANTULA VENOM AS PAINKILLER?

SCIENTISTS AT UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLND,AUSTRALIA BELIVE TOXINS IN SOME VARIETIES OF THIS SPIDER CAN PROVIDE NATURAL RELIEF.

RELATIONSHIP CHANGES.

NO NOT A MAJOR CHANGE JUST ADJUSTMENTS TO ADAPT TO WIFES =ENID=HEALTH PROBLEMS.ENID FOR THE LAST 7 MONTHS HAS HAD PROBLEMS WITH RIGHT LEG AND HER BOTTOM WHICH HAS LEAD TO HER SLEEPING ON A SPECIAL AIR FILLED MATREES AND BED THAT YOU CAN RAISE AND LOWER .AT FRIST I FOUND THIS HARD AND MISSED THE USUAL MEN THINGS BUT IN LIFE IF YOU LOVE SOMEONE THIS IS WHAT YOU DO AS I KNOW I WOULD BE EMPTY WIHOUT HER .

THE COMEBACK TOUR

LIKE AN AGING ROCK STAR I AM TRYING TO MAKE A COMEBACK TOUR TO BE BACK IN GONZO WEEKLY .I USED TO DRAW CARTOONS FOR THIS FREE ONLINE MAGAZINE AND MISS THE SLIGHT FAME IT BROUGHT AND AT LEAST THE 5 READER LIKES I GOT.I LEFT DUE MY OWN PARIOD THOUGHTS ABOUT BEING UNLOVED -BLAH BLAH BLAH -SO I AM GOING TO APPEAL TO MY OLD EDITOR JON DOWNES TO TRY TO MAKE MY COMBACK.WILL IT HAPPEN UNKNOWN AS I AM A BIT OF A FULL ON PERSON BUT HAVE GOT HELP TO GET BETTER.STILL HAVE MY OWN CARTOON BLOG SITE TO FULL BACK ON=http://ghostmancartoonchoas.blogspot.co.uk/=WITH A HEADY 10 TO 20 READERS LIKES ,WHOPPIE FOLKS.SO SEE IN SOON OR LIKE MOST COMEBACKS =NO TICKET SALES AND INTEREST WAS ONLY FLEETING ,YOURS MARK AKA GHOSTMAN.

KITKAT MANY FLAVOURS.

IN JAPAN YOU CAN BUY OVER 300 FLAVOURS OF THE CHOCALATE BAR KIT KAT .HERE ARE SOME =WASABI,SOY SAUCE,CHEESE,MATCHA GREEN TEA,PURPLE SWEET POTATO ..YUM.

BEE AT HOME.

AT JOHN LEWIS YOU CAN BUY FOR A WEDDING GIFT IS THEIR OWN 20 POUNDS ECOFRIENDLY WOOD AND BAMBO ,STEEL ROOFED HOUSE FOR BEES.

Saturday, 5 March 2016

Do Chimpanzees Believe In God? Mysterious Chimp Behavior Could Be A Form Of Sacred Ritual

Mysterious stone-throwing behavior of chimpanzees observed in the heart of West Africa may signify a form of sacred ritual, a new study has found.
The reason for this behavior is not yet clearly known, but at this point, researchers say that it may possibly have to do with cultural elements — belief in God, maybe.
Mysterious Chimpanzees
Chimpanzees are known to be ingenious such that it uses different tools to hunt down food or carry out a task that needs to be done. The choice of which tools to use depends mainly on the location where the species live.
Scientists have been studying chimpanzees for nearly 60 years now, mostly in long-term researches. Despite the seemingly vast studies about chimps, researchers cannot clearly say that studies in small number of sites can represent chimpanzee populations in other locations.read more =http://www.techtimes.com/articles/138740/20160305/do-chimpanzees-believe-in-god-mysterious-chimp-behavior-could-be-a-form-of-sacred-ritual.htm

Posts at moments just links so sorry folks

At moment my posts on various blogs may be just a link to the headline and not my normal standard so I just like to say I am sorry. Hopefull...