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According to #Stratfor, #JulianAssange is a victim of #FVEY (#USA) #government security agencies' #targetingprograms, which illegally framed #Assange for crimes he did not commit.…

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According to #ICWatch's aggregated #LinkedIn profiles, #FVEY security community's CVs indicate "#honeypots"/"#roleplayers" are on the government entrap people. Image
#FVEY govt. security agencies conspired with transnational corporations to attack #JulianAssange's finances. Attacking finances is just one of many criminal tactics that #CIA/#FBI/#DHS, etc. use to illegally harm individuals' incomes, without due process.… Image
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#Efemérides #TalDíaComoHoy #OnThisDay #Literature #Literatura #JoséSaramago #nobelprize

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Hoy, día 18 de junio, fallecía JOSÉ de SOUSA SARAMAGO (n. 1922), escritor, periodista y dramaturgo portugués.

Premio  Nobel de Literatura en 1998.
Nacido en el seno de una familia de labradores y artesanos, José Saramago creció en un barrio popular de Lisboa.

Su madre, analfabeta, inculcó en él la sed de saber y le regaló su primer libro.

A los quince años abandonó los estudios por falta de medios y tuvo que ponerse a
trabajar de cerrajero.

Posteriormente trabajó una Caja de Pensiones, y más tarde se dedicó al periodismo, la labor editorial y la traducción.

Colaborador de diversos periódicos y revistas, entre ellos Seara Nova, fue también codirector del Diario de Noticias en 1975.
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#Efemérides #TalDíaComoHoy #OnThisDay #Literatura #Escritor #Writer #NobelPrize #JuanRamónJiménez

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Hoy, 29 de mayo, fallecía JUAN RAMÓN JIMÉNEZ (n. 1881), poeta español y Premio Nobel de Literatura, en 1956.
Su lírica evolucionó desde las últimas derivaciones del Modernismo hacia una poesía a la vez emotiva e intelectualista.

Tras cursar el bachillerato en el colegio de los jesuitas de Puerto de Santa María (Cádiz), ingresó en la Universidad de Sevilla para estudiar Derecho,
carrera que abandonó para seguir su vocación artística.

Aunque inicialmente quiso ser pintor, pronto se orientó hacia la poesía, animado por la lectura de Rubén Darío y los escritores románticos.

Sus primeras colaboraciones en la revista madrileña "Vida Nueva" fueron acogidas
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In 2008 I watched #RonPaul cheated out of winning the #RNC National Convention. #WeThePeople watched the #PartyElite change the rules, on the floor, and #RigTheVote.

We organized and cleaned out establishment #OldGuard #Republicans, voted them out, volunteered, participated
In 2016 I watched #FeelTheBern supporters lied to - their votes rigged by @HillaryClinton @DWStweets and thrown away. Many of them obediently fell in line, shut up, and voted for one of the most corrupt politicians of the modern era.
With @realDonaldTrump we have a reformist:
* gutted the #GOP
* appointed over 170 federal judges and counting
* placed 5 #FederalReserve Governors and promoted Powell to Chairman ( Think #Restructure ) - thus controlling it
* Killed a Globalist #NewWorldOrder Trade Deal #TPP
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Women who were raped during the Bosnian genocide built a monument for victims. The ultranationalist Serb govt sent over 100cops to erase the word "genocide" written in stone. A survivor made the truth reappear with her lipstick.
Heroes fighting #nobelprize & #handke shame,thread:
Kada Hotić's son,husband, 2 brothers were killed in the genocide in Srebrenica. She had to witness horrible crimes, including the rape of a 9 year old girl. She spent years fighting. Today, she will be protesting the Nobel prize awarded to a conspiracy nut who denies her pain
Bakira Hasečić and her teenage daughter were raped by a convicted war criminal, who also took Bakira's sister to a concentration camp,where she was killed. Bakira founded the association of war-time rape survivors and dedicated her life to justice. handke defended her rapist.
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Journalists who covered the war in Bosnia are taking a stand against the Nobel Prize going to Peter Handke. Using the hashtag #BosniaWarJournalists, they're describing what they witnessed in the 1990s. Tomorrow, Sweden's king is scheduled to give the Nobel to Handke.
So far, there's Christiane Amanpour, Samantha Power, Roger Cohen, Sheri Fink, Jeremy Bowen, Gilles Peress, Janine di Giovanni, among others. Reporters who chronicled the Serb genocide of Muslims are saying the literature Nobel is going to a writer who denies what happened.
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The 2019 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel has been awarded to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer “for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty.”

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The research conducted by the 2019 Economic Sciences Laureates has considerably improved our ability to fight global poverty. In just two decades, their new experiment-based approach has transformed development economics, which is now a flourishing field of research.

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Over 700 million people still subsist on extremely low incomes. Every year, five million children still die before their fifth birthday, often from diseases that could be prevented or cured with relatively cheap and simple treatments.

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The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided to award the Nobel Peace Prize for 2019 to Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali.

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Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali has been awarded this year’s #NobelPeacePrize for his efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation, and in particular for his decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighbouring Eritrea. @AbiyAhmedAli

@AbiyAhmedAli The 2019 Nobel Peace Prize is also meant to recognise all the stakeholders working for peace and reconciliation in Ethiopia and in the East and Northeast African regions.

#NobelPrize #NobelPeacePrize
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The 2019 #NobelPrize in Chemistry has been awarded to John B. Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino “for the development of lithium-ion batteries.”
Lithium-ion batteries have revolutionised our lives and are used in everything from mobile phones to laptops and electric vehicles. Through their work, this year’s Chemistry Laureates have laid the foundation of a wireless, fossil fuel-free society.

In the early 1970s, Stanley Whittingham, awarded this year’s Chemistry Prize, used lithium’s enormous drive to release its outer electron when he developed the first functional lithium battery.

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#PrincetonU professor James Peebles and 1962 graduate alumnus has been awarded the 2019 @NobelPrize in Physics “for theoretical discoveries in physical cosmology.” #NobelPrize…
“When I started working in this subject — I can tell you the date, 1964 — at the invitation of my mentor, Prof. Robert Henry Dicke, I was very uneasy about going into this subject ... I just kept going” Peebles said during the #NobelPrize news conference
Prof. Peebles speaks with @NobelPrize about his work as a cosmologist and explorer.

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The 2019 #NobelPrize in Physics has been awarded with one half to James Peebles “for theoretical discoveries in physical cosmology” and the other half jointly to Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz “for the discovery of an exoplanet orbiting a solar-type star.”
This year’s #NobelPrize in Physics rewards new understanding of the universe’s structure and history, and the first discovery of a planet orbiting a solar-type star outside our solar system. The discoveries have forever changed our conceptions of the world.
2019 #NobelPrize laureate James Peebles took on the cosmos, with its billions of galaxies and galaxy clusters. His theoretical framework, developed over two decades, is the foundation of our modern understanding of the universe’s history, from the Big Bang to the present day.
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The 2019 #NobelPrize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded jointly to William G. Kaelin Jr, Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza “for their discoveries of how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability.”
The fundamental importance of oxygen has been understood for centuries, but how cells adapt to changes in oxygen levels has long been unknown. This year’s #NobelPrize awarded work reveals the molecular mechanisms that underlie how cells adapt to variations in oxygen supply.
Oxygen sensing is central to a large number of diseases. The discoveries made by this year’s #NobelPrize laureates have fundamental importance for physiology and have paved the way for promising new strategies to fight anaemia, cancer and many other diseases.
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The end of another semester of engaging students with @WikiEducation at @MissouriSandT @sandtcasb in #HistSCI means another tweet thread about this super fun project.
49 students, 32 articles, 40K words added, +285K views so far. I love their work! Take a look!
I'm going to group them. First group-- #WomenInSTEM #WomeninHistory
Students found that, uh oh, it's HARD to find reliable sources on women in science! This didn't stop them, though. They pushed through and learned some new research skills.… is 1 product.
Tycho's sister,… was another article that needed work. The women who worked on this one had to find all sources on Tycho then sift through for the 2-3 pages about Sophia. Thank goodness for good #librarians at S&T who were patient and helpful!
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I have so many issues with this article and the constant crap about #aliens from the #oumuamua asteroid analysis. Let's get started (1/10)…
"the idea that it’s arrogant to assume we are alone in the universe, or even a particularly special species."

Agreed. But still assumption w/o proof. But... moving on. (2/10)
Author says his alien theories have "left some of his peers nonplused, grumbling at a flimsy theory or bewildered as to why Harvard's top astronomer won't shut up about aliens" Yes. Please phrase it in a way that makes the rest of us sound unreasonable. (3/10)
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We really put the FUN in dysfunctional - Canada is a relatively small country on a population standpoint, but we are ever smaller if we are divided across provinces - @cdavidnaylor #CSPC2018
+ the majority of dollars in HERD come from universities, not federal. To note, provinces don't contribute much either, though Québec has been a model to follow.
Canada doesn't collaborate well across provincial borders, they work much more with international partners. We have a chance to knit #cdnsci closer together and make our science more national ➡️ we have a chance to realign
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THREAD) How famous do you have to be to get a place in @Wikipedia?

Sometimes, you have to win a Nobel Prize.

This is a thread looking at all the scientists who have been added to Wikipedia since 2007, but only after having been awarded a #NobelPrize. 1/
The English Wikipedia is an amazing resource, but its coverage of scientists can be a bit haphazard and at times misses many important figures.

(This is in contrast to athletes, who are pretty much guaranteed to have an article if they have ever appeared professionally.) 2/
This particular thread was inspired by Professor Donna Strickland, one of this year's Physics Nobel Laureates. At the time she won the Nobel, she not only didn't have an article in Wikipedia, but previously she had a proposed article rejected. 3/…
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#Inktober index card 1: Relative dating is a snippet of simple magic. As soon as you stop to think logically, entire landscapes unravel in eagerness to tell you their story. #sciart #geology #teaching
#Inktober index card 2: #DonnaStrickland is the 3rd woman to EVER win the #NobelPrize in #Physics for her work on chirped pulse amplification, an engineering #optics technique to create short, intense laser bursts with broad industrial & medical applications. #sciart #cansci
#Inktober index card 3: I’m #TeamIce for #MinCup2018, infatuated with this simple & elegant mineral.

Here’s my interpretation of ice from chemical composition to melt molecules to crystal hexagons. I couldn’t find my blue pens for sketching the #thinsection. Shush.

Vote ice!
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The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the #NobelPrize in Physics 2018 “for groundbreaking inventions in the field of laser physics” with one half to Arthur Ashkin and the other half jointly to Gérard Mourou and Donna Strickland.
Nobel Laureate Arthur Ashkin has been awarded the #NobelPrize in Physics “for the optical tweezers and their application to biological systems.”
Nobel Laureates Gérard Mourou and Donna Strickland have been awarded the #NobelPrize in Physics “for their method of generating high-intensity, ultra-short optical pulses.”
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This is all true, but also misses the mark in a critical way. Of course #NobelPrizes do distort science and misrepresent its history.
The #NobelPrizes are also so biased in favor of white men that it would be comical if it weren't so tragic and destructive.
But to once a year portray these as problems of #NobelPrize a massive mistake.
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Today marks seven years since I arrived at @CERN to work for @CMSexperiment. This is what I looked a few days after I first got here. 1/n
To celebrate these seven years, here are some of the things I've done since Day One: 2/n
… helped organise #ResearchersNight 2012 at @CMSexperiment:
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