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This man took the 9-year-old girl home after her operation. A year later, her parents throw their arms around him.

Little Zubaida Hasan lived with her family in a small, remote village in Afghanistan. In 2001, when she was just 9 years old, Zubaida was caught in a fire that would change her life forever. The flames burnt most of her face and chest. Her burns were very serious. The lower half of her face had literally melted into her chest. Her parents took her to all of the local hospitals, but the doctors said they cou ...

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Plasma jet engine breakthrough heralds beginning of new era in space travel – study

A major new breakthrough in jet propulsion technology could revolutionize the aerospace industry, paving the way for plasma jet engines that could carry a craft to the edge of space using only air and electricity. Berkant Göksel, the lead researcher in a new study by the Technical University of Berlin, says his team have successfully completed tests on plasma engines that could take future aircraft to altit ...

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Donald Trump Said Saudi Arabia was Behind 9/11, Now He’s Bowing Down to Them

While speaking with supporters at a campaign event in Bluffton, South Carolina in 2016, then-Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said if he is elected “you will find out who really knocked down the World Trade Center.” “It wasn’t the Iraqis,” Trump said. “You may find it’s the Saudis.” Trump was referencing the fact 15 out of the 19 hijackers were from Saudi Arabia. He also, somehow, had knowl ...

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Boy Photographs ‘Guardian Angel’ Outside Of His Plane Window

May 19, 2017 While taking pictures out of the window of an airplane, a young boy in Texas captured an amazing image that his mother believes may show his guardian angel. According to Kerri Liles, her seven-year-old son AAsher loves taking pictures using his parents' cell phone. And so, during a particularly bumpy flight from Washington to back home in Texas, she let the youngster snap some pictures of the s ...

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‘Alien megastructure’ mystery returns as inexplicable flashes begin again

The so-called ‘Alien megastructure’ star, which has been puzzling astronomers and the public alike since it was first discovered in 2011, is once again emitting mysterious light patterns leaving science geeks in a tizzy. Astronomers have been pondering what makes the star, with the catchy name of KIC 8462852, dim and flicker so drastically for years. Thankfully it started doing so again Friday with astronom ...

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Governor Moonbeam Jerry Brown insults taxpayers as freeloaders for not wanting to pay even more taxes

As former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher once said, "Socialism only works until you run out of other people's money."  And when you couple this with radio talk show host Michael Savage's famous quip that goes "Liberalism is a mental disorder", then you are able to understand the mindset of certain government officials who not only have a disdain for people who actually have wealth, but they also b ...

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Greek austerity reaches saturation point as police now joining with protesters against government

One of the more important geo-political events we have been watching and waiting on the sidelines for in recent weeks is at what point would the police and military finally capitulate to the protesters in Venezuela and realize that the only way things would change in the South American country was to physically oust President Nicholas Maduro in a military coup.  But as that has yet to happen despite their e ...

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A 75-Year Harvard Study Has Revealed The One Most Important Factor In Human Happiness

Have you ever heard of the Harvard study that ran for 75 years to assess what makes us happy? It’s a revolutionary study in psychology. It followed the lives of two groups of men for over 75 years, and it now follows their Baby Boomer children to understand how childhood experience reaches across decades to affect health and wellbeing in middle age. So what keeps us happy and healthy as we go through life? ...

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Gas-Powered Cars Will Vanish in 8 Years, Big Oil Will Collapse: Stanford Study

(ANTIMEDIA) In early May, Anti-Media reported on a new study published by a Stanford professor claiming vehicle ownership will drop 80 percent by 2030. That study, as The Telegraph wrote this week, has been making the rounds in environmental circles and in the board rooms of companies with a stake in the fossil fuel game. But as more analysts are digging through this exhaustive new study, they’re finding th ...

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Zero Point Energy: The Power Source Behind The Secret Space Program

Meet Mark McCandlish, a military aeronautical illustrator that has worked on many classified projects for the government. This all started ever since he was born, as his own father is a United Air Force veteran, working 25 years. Mark himself is renowned in his field of conceptualization and illustration of military aeronautical machines, over his long career spanning 30 years. Working on projects such as t ...

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