CLASH OF CIVILIZATIONS & NEW WORLD DISORDER: Religious Warfare, Societal Collapse, And Civilizations Unraveling – ISIS Video Purports To Show Massacre Of Two Groups Of Ethiopian Christians, 15 Beheaded And Another 15 Shot In The Head; And ISIS Militant Bomber On Motorbike Kills 33 At A Bank In Afghanistan!
|A still from the latest Isis video. Photograph: AP|
April 19, 2015 – MIDDLE EAST – The Islamic State (ISIS) has released a video that appears to show the killing of two groups of Ethiopian Christians captured by its Libyan affiliates.
The 29-minute film released on Sunday portrays Christians as crusaders out to kill Muslims. It then goes on to show about 15 men beheaded on a beach and another 15 shot in the head in scrubland.
A masked fighter brandishing a pistol delivers a long statement, saying Christians had to convert to Islam or pay a special tax prescribed by the Qur’an. “Muslim blood shed under the hands of your religions is not cheap,” he says, looking at the camera. “To the nation of the cross, we are now back again.” The video then switches between footage of the two apparent massacres.
The film bore the logo of Isis’s media arm, al-Furqan, and resembled previous footage it has released, including a video in February showing militants in Libya beheading 21 captured Egyptian Coptic Christians.
The Egyptian president, Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, ordered air strikes on Isis targets in Libya in February in retaliation for the murders.
Isis has gained a foothold in Libya as two governments backed by rival militia alliances battle each other and other extremist groups.
Egypt called for an international intervention against the jihadists in Libya but western diplomats expressed reservations, saying a political deal must be the priority.
A US-led coalition of western and Arab nations is carrying out an air war against Isis in Syria and in Iraq, where pro-government forces have managed in recent months to retake some territory seized by the group.
|#ISIS released a video threatening Christians and executing by gunshot and beheading Ethiopian Christians in Libya.|
The group’s attacks have raised fears for Christians across the Middle East and been condemned by religious leaders. The head of the Church of England, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, was in Egypt on Sunday to offer his condolences over the beheadings of the Copts in Libya. He was to meet President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb, grand imam of Al-Azhar, the highest Sunni Muslim authority, and Coptic Pope Tawadros II.
Almost two-thirds of Ethiopians are Christians, the majority of those Orthodox Copts – who say they have been in the Horn of Africa nation since the first century AD – as well as large numbers of protestants.
Many Ethiopians leave their country – Africa’s second largest in terms of population with more than 90 million people – seeking work elsewhere.
Many travel to Libya and other north African nations for jobs, as well as to use it as a stepping stone before risking the dangerous sea crossing to Europe. – The Guardian.
ISIS militant bomber on motorbike kills 33 at bank in Afghanistan
A suicide bomber on a motorbike blew himself up in front of the Kabul Bank in Jalalabad early Saturday, a local government spokesman said.
|People run for cover after an explosion in Jalalabad April 18, 2015.(Reuters / Parwiz)|
|#Jalalabad residence are waiting to donate blood for the victims of suicide attack, which left 22 killed,50 injured.|
|A member of the Afghan security forces stands at the site where a suicide bomber on a motorbike blew himself up.|
The United Nations condemned the violence.
U.S. officials fear ISIS is gaining foothold in the area
|AFP Photo / MOAS|
April 19, 2015 – LIBYA – A rescue operation is under way after a boat carrying an estimated 700 migrants capsized in Libyan waters, 120 miles south off Lampedusa.
Twenty-eight people have been reported rescued, while a number of bodies have been washed ashore in Libya.
The migrants reportedly fell overboard when they ran to draw the attention of a passing vessel. The boat is said to have capsized at midnight.
The disaster could become one of the worst over the decades of the migrant situation in the southern Mediterranean, which has seen the death toll rise over 1,500 since the beginning of 2015, Reuters reported.
“At the moment, we fear that this is a tragedy of really vast proportions,” Carlotta Sami, a spokeswoman for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, told SkyTG24 television.
“The first details came from one of the survivors who spoke English and who said that at least 700 people, if not more, were on board,” Sami added.
A Maltese Navy spokesman told the BBC that Italian ships and commercial boats were also involved in the emergency operation.
In the next few hours, the operation will focus on the search for bodies.
|AFP Photo / Fethi Nasri|
A few days earlier, almost 400 migrants drowned in the Mediterranean as their boat carrying 550 people bound for Italy capsized approximately 24 hours after leaving Libya.
The flow of migrants has increased due to fine spring weather over the last few weeks.
About 20,000 migrants have made it to the Italian coast this year, according to estimates by the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Libya has been largely lawless since the toppling of Muammar Gaddafi four years ago, and criminal gangs send vessels to carry migrants from Africa and the Middle East. – RT.
ANIMAL BEHAVIOR: Jellyfish Invasion – Rare Heat Wave Brings BILLIONS Of Jellyfish To British Shores; Over A MILE-LONG! [PHOTOS + VIDEOS]
|Making waves: Billions of barrel jellyfish have been spotted in water off the coast of Devon and Cornwall|
April 19, 2015 – BRITAIN – A mile-long jellyfish invasion has hit UK shores due to the warmer weather as temperatures are set to soar again next week bringing a two-day heatwave.
The swarm of jellyfish were spotted off the coast of Cornwall by a fisherman.
It comes as April has experienced temperatures which are almost double the average for the time of year.
The Met Office says the UK is set for another two days of warm weather as temperatures are predicted to rise to 69.8F (21C) on Tuesday, with them dropping to 68F (20C) on Wednesday.
Forecaster Emma Sillitoe said: “The temperatures are usually 13C to 14C at this time of year but on Tuesday we will see them rising to up to 21C in London and Southampton. On Wednesday they will remain high but but drop to 20C.”
Last week the hottest day of the year so far was recorded at 77F (25C) at St James’s Park in London.
The warm weather has seen an influx of jellyfish off the south coast.
Footage captured on a fishing boat off Falmouth Bay show swarms of barrel jellyfish gliding through calm water.
Wildlife enthusiast Ross Wheeler, who filmed them, said: “This video shows a section of a swarm which was like a carpet and approximately a mile long.”
“We were out fishing and noticed thousands of barrel jelly fish across the bay… so many,
“We tried to avoid them but they were everywhere.
|Experts say their stings are not powerful enough to do any serious harm, but warn swimmers that it is best not to touch them.
© The Telegraph, UK
|Invasion: Experts believe the barrel jellyfish, which can grow up to six feet, have been attracted by the warmer waters and a lack of predators|
“I filmed them as I was so surprised by the numbers, and size. Joey my fiancé goes spear fishing and was swimming amongst them near St Anthony’s Head – Very eerie!”
The huge Barrel Jellyfish, which can have tentacles of up to six feet long have been spotted off the south east coast, much earlier than they are normally seen in British waters.
They have been growing in numbers in recent years because of mild winters which have allowed plankton, which they feed on, to thrive.
The warm weather has also resulted in toxic algae in the Norfolk Broads rising by unprecedented levels for the time of year.
WATCH: Giant swarm of jellyfish more than a mile-long swim off the coast of Cornwall.
It led the Environment Agency to launch a rescue mission to relocate 500,000 fish to stop them suffocating.
The UK has also just enjoyed the sunniest winter since records began.
The previous record was in 2001, when there were 189 hours of sunshine. That mark was beaten this winter with the total hours of sunshine reaching 196.
The warmest ever April temperature was 66 years ago, when the mercury reached 84.9F (29.4C).
In April 2011, temperatures reached 81.3F (27.4C). – Telegraph.
EXTREME WEATHER: Infrastructure Collapse – Severe Storms Cause Flash Floods, Hail, Power Outages And Uprooted Trees In Houston, Texas!
|There was street flooding in Deer Park during Friday’s storms. © KHOU 11|
April 19, 2015 – TEXAS, UNITED STATES – Severe storms created all sorts of problems throughout the greater Houston area Thursday.
In New Waverly, the severe weather sent a tree barreling through a home and cutting it in half. Not far away, an 18 wheeler overturned due to heavy winds.
In Huntsville, heavy rain flooded the Woodcreek Apartments and the weight of high water forced a glass wall to cave at Sam Houston State University’s recreational center. More than 14 inches of water flooded the center, forcing it to temporarily close until crews can make repairs.
In Spring, another scary moment as a tree uprooted and fell through a house off Falling Leaf Lane, narrowly missing a man standing in the kitchen.
“One second it was fine, the next second trees falling through your house,” said Jason Cardenas. “Luckily for my son, he was on the other side [of the room] and it came through into the door next to him.”
Timberlakes Fire Department said Thursday night it was unclear what kind of storm burst through this neighborhood.
“It sounded like the loudest blow dryer in the world,” Cardenas said.
“It’s a mess—there’s no power, the tree hit the lines, so it’s devastating. Everything we have is gone,” said Tara Perez, who was on her way home from work when her husband, Jason, called to alert her of the damage. “It’s just ruined. I don’t know what we’re going to do.”
|Galveston saw lots of hail after Friday’s storms. © KHOU|
Just a mile from this Spring street, the Decker family could only look at the charred remains from the garage of their Woodlands home.
“Everything lit up real bright white and then of course the boom rattled the house,” said Howard Decker.
The Woodlands Fire Department said the house was hit by lightning and that fire spread into the attic and garage.
Decker was home at the time with his wife.
“It hit a tree, followed in the irrigation system, right into the controllers and caught the garage on fire,” Decker said.
They feel fortunate though they just redecorated their home of 20-plus years.
Meantime, Tara and Jason could only marvel at the devastation.
The Spring family can’t go home for now. They say they’re going to get the tree removed by Friday morning weather permitting and then have a roofing company come in to start working.
WATCH: Severe storms create havoc across Houston area.
“Everybody thankfully is fine, just one of those things you can’t control Mother Nature. She’s going to do what she wants,” Tara said.
Also Thursday evening, flooding caused a wall to collapse at a student rec center at Sam Houston State University. There were no injuries, but there was plenty of damage. Students said they had to walk through high water to try and find their submerged backpacks and car keys.
By Friday morning, a large tree had also fallen over in The Heights.
Meteorologist Brooks Garner says we’ll get a break from the rain until storms return Friday afternoon into the evening. A Flash Flood Watch continues for Southeast Texas until Saturday morning. – KHOU.
MONUMENTAL MASS ANIMAL DIE-OFFS: The Fukushima Effect And The Collapse Of Sea Life In The Pacific Ocean – Sardine Populations Decline By 91 PERCENT In Eight Years!
April 19, 2015 – PACIFIC OCEAN – Earlier this week Michael Snyder warned that the bottom of our food chain is going through a catastrophic collapse with sea creatures dying in absolutely massive numbers. The cause of the problem is a mystery to scientists who claim that they can’t pinpoint how or why it’s happening.
What’s worse, the collapse of sea life in the Pacific Ocean isn’t something that will affect us several decades into the future. The implications are being seen right now, as evidenced by an emergency closure of fisheries along the West coast this week.
On Wednesday federal regulators announced the early closure of sardine fisheries in California, Oregon and Washington. According to the most recent data, the sardine populations has been wiped out with populations seeing a decline of 91% in just the last eight years.
Meeting outside Santa Rosa, California, the Pacific Fishery Management Council voted to direct NOAA Fisheries Service to halt the current season as early as possible, affecting about 100 fishing boats with sardine permits…
The action was taken based on revised estimates of sardine populations, which found the fish were declining in numbers faster than earlier believed…
The council did not take Wednesday’s decision lightly and understood the pain the closure would impose on the fishing industry, said council member Michele Culver, representing the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. She added that it was necessary because a new assessment of sardine stocks showed they were much lower than estimated last year, when harvest quotas were set.
Sardines, like honey bees, don’t seem important to the casual observer. But just like honey bees, which are experiencing their own colony collapse, they are critical to the propagation of the global food chain. The immediate effects can be seen on the creatures next in line:
… 90 percent of this year’s class of sea lion pups were starving for lack of sardines to eat.
“The sardine populations have crashed 91 percent since 2007,”he said after the vote. “We would have liked to see this happen much sooner, but now we can start to rebuild this sardine population that is so important to the health of the ocean.”
(Courtesy: The Seattle Times)
But even closing of commercial fisheries may not be the solution. As Snyder points out in the aforementioned report, there are some unexplained phenomena occurring in the Pacific ocean and either scientists don’t have a clue what is happening, or someone is keeping a gag order on researchers.
According to two University of Washington scientific research papers that were recently released, a 1,000 mile stretch of the Pacific Ocean has warmed up by several degrees, and nobody seems to know why this is happening. This giant “blob” of warm water was first observed in late 2013, and it is playing havoc with our climate. And since this giant “blob” first showed up, fish and other sea creatures have been dying in absolutely massive numbers.
The issue could potentially be one of climate change – but not the kind of climate change we hear from politicians who just want to put carbon tax credits in their pocket. Rather, we could be talking about cyclical climate shifts that have occurred regularly throughout the course of earth’s history. And with those shifts come massive migrations and species die-offs.
Or, as one contributor at ENEnews.com suggested, the answer to why this is happening should be obvious:
We have three cores melted out of their reactor buildings, lost in the mudrock and sandstone, which we have failed to locate and mitigate.
We have an underground river running under the ruins, which we have failed to divert around the reactors.
We have three empty reactors, containing nothing but corium splatter left when they blew up and melted out.
We have the Pacific Ocean Ecosystem, which we have stressed beyond endurance, through ocean dumping, over fishing, agricultural runoff, and now unrestricted radiation.
We have the sudden collapse of the Pacific Ocean Ecosystem, with a threatened collapse of the biosphere.
We continue to allow corporate and governmental inaction.
What in hell did you think was going to happen?
Something is wrong with world’s food chain and one Harvard Professor suggested last year that recent signs, namely with the die-off of honey bee populations, are a prelude of things to come:
But he now warns that a pollinator drop could be the least our worries at this point.
That it may be a sign of things to come – bees acting as the canary in the coalmine. That not only are we connected to bees through our food supply, but that the plight that so afflicts them may very well soon be our own.
Could it be that the collapse of honey bee colonies, mass sea life die-offs, and changing climates in once lush growing regions are all the result of the same underlying phenomena?
If so, then we can soon expect not just higher food prices, but a breakdown in the food chain itself.
And though none of us can truly prepare for a decades’ long (or longer) food disaster and the complexities that would come along with it (like mass migrations and resource wars), we can take steps to make ourselves as self sustainable as possible, while also preparing emergency plans to respond to the initial brunt of the force should it hit. – SHTF Plan.
GLOBAL VOLCANISM: The Number Of Volcanoes Erupting Right Now Is Greater Than The 20th Century’s YEARLY Average!
April 19, 2015 – EARTH – Is the number of volcanic eruptions worldwide increasing? Yes. During the 20th century, there were a total of 3,542 volcanic eruptions globally. That works out to approximately 35 eruptions per year. That may sound like a lot, but according to Volcano Discovery there are 36 volcanoes erupting around the world right now. In other words, the number of volcanoes erupting as you read this article is greater than the 20th century’s yearly average.
And all of this is part of a larger trend. In 2013, we witnessed the most volcanic eruptions worldwide that we had ever seen in a single year, and 2015 is already threatening to be another one for the record books.
All over the planet, volcanoes that have long been dormant are beginning to wake up, and this is greatly puzzling many scientists. Fortunately, most of the eruptions in recent years have been relatively small. But scientists tell us that if we do see a VEI 7 or a VEI 8 eruption today, the amount of energy that would be released would be somewhere in the neighborhood of a million nuclear bombs going off all at once, and such an eruption would completely literally transform our civilization almost overnight.
The last VEI 7 eruption that the world witnessed was in Indonesia in 1815.
According to the Express, that massive eruption resulted in a “year without summer” and created famine all over the globe…
The deadly eruption of Mount Tambora in Indonesia sparked what was known as the ‘Year Without Summer’ in 1815 as crops failed and livestock died in much of the Northern Hemisphere – causing the worst famine for hundreds of years.
However, academics have warned that the chances of a similar disaster happening in the next 85 years, which could see the Earth flung back into a “pre-civilisation state”, was estimated to be as high as one in 10.
Due to dense population, an eruption which killed tens of thousands only two centuries ago would now be “cataclysmic” for today’s population, the authors warned.
“Large volcanic eruptions have the potential to impact climate, anthropogenic infrastructure and resource supplies on a global scale,” the panel of geologists, economists and climate scientists from the European Science Foundation have written in a new paper.
If you don’t think that such a thing could happen today, you should keep in mind that global food production is just barely keeping up with global food demand. In fact, in some years the world actually eats more food than it produces. Global food reserves are at perilously low levels, and so a “year without summer” would be absolutely cataclysmic.
And right now, some of the biggest volcanoes in the world are starting to wake up.
For example, consider what is happening at one of the most prominent volcanoes in Iceland…
Small earthquake swarms occurred at shallow depths during the past days near the volcano. The quakes were located approx. 6-10 km south of Hekla volcano and at shallow depths around 5 km. The largest quakes were two magnitude 2.6 events at 4 km depth on Thursday (9 April). It is impossible to say whether the earthquakes are linked to volcanic activity and thus might be precursors of a new eruption, but Hekla is probably the most likely candidate volcano for the next eruption to occur on Iceland.
One of the country’s most active, and the most frequently erupting volcano, Hekla has been believed to be “due” and have its magma chamber filled for several years now. Known for not giving much precursory signals (and only few earthquakes), an eruption would not be a surprise at all. Hekla volcano’s last eruption was 15 years ago.
In Japan, a swarm of earthquakes around Mount Zao has authorities extremely concerned…
Fears of fresh eruption of Mount Zao, a volcano that sits on the border of the Yamagata and Miyagi prefectures, rattled Japan after the country’s meteorological agency recorded 12 volcanic earthquakes on Tuesday. The seismic activity prompted warnings of a volcanic eruption, with the agency asking the public to stay safe from falling rocks in a 1.2 km radius of the volcano, The Japan Times reported.
And a massive volcano near the border between North Korea and China is showing signs of life. If Mount Paektu were to fully erupt, scientists tell us that the energy released could potentially be equivalent to “1,000,000 nuclear weapons all going off at the same time”…
More than 1,000 years ago Mount Paektu blew its top, sending tons of rock and magma spewing into the air and blanketing the much of the region in a thick layer of ash.
“It’s hard really to imagine the scale,” Oppenheimer said, “but you’re talking about something like 1,000,000 nuclear weapons all going off at the same time in terms of the energy involved.”
If an eruption of that magnitude were to happen today, it would truly be a global event.
For instance, consider the chaos that an eruption in Iceland in 1783 caused. The following comes from the Daily Mail…
In Iceland an estimated 20–25% of the population died in the famine and from fluorine poisoning after the fissure eruptions ceased.
Around 80% of sheep, 50% of cattle, and 50% of horses died because of dental and skeletal fluorosis from the 8 million tons of hydrogen fluoride that were released.
There is evidence that the Laki eruption also weakened African and Indian monsoon circulations, reducing precipitation over areas in Africa.
The resulting famine that afflicted Egypt in 1784 caused nearly one sixth of the country’s population to die out.
In Britain the summer of 1783 was known as the ‘sand summer’ because of the ash fallout and an estimated 25,000 people died due to breathing problems.
The truth is that volcanoes are far, far, far more of a threat to our climate than human activity is. All throughout history, volcanic eruptions have instantly changed the climate in a dramatic way. The following list was compiled by Wikipedia…
Most recently, the 1991 explosion of Mount Pinatubo, a stratovolcano in the Philippines, cooled global temperatures for about 2–3 years.
In 1883, the explosion of Krakatoa (Krakatau) created volcanic winter-like conditions. The four years following the explosion were unusually cold, and the winter of 1887-1888 included powerful blizzards. Record snowfalls were recorded worldwide.
The 1815 eruption of Mount Tambora, a stratovolcano in Indonesia, occasioned mid-summer frosts in New York State and June snowfalls in New England and Newfoundland and Labrador in what came to be known as the “Year Without a Summer” of 1816.
A paper written by Benjamin Franklin in 1783 blamed the unusually cool summer of 1783 on volcanic dust coming from Iceland, where the eruption of Laki volcano had released enormous amounts of sulfur dioxide, resulting in the death of much of the island’s livestock and a catastrophic famine which killed a quarter of the Icelandic population. Northern hemisphere temperatures dropped by about 1 °C in the year following the Laki eruption.
In 1600, the Huaynaputina in Peru erupted. Tree ring studies show that 1601 was cold. Russia had its worst famine in 1601-1603. From 1600 to 1602, Switzerland, Latvia and Estonia had exceptionally cold winters. The wine harvest was late in 1601 in France, and in Peru and Germany, wine production collapsed. Peach trees bloomed late in China, and Lake Suwa in Japan froze early.
Are you starting to get the picture?
These kinds of events have happened many times before, and scientists tell us that they will happen again.
Here in the United States, people are closely watching the supervolcano that sits under Yellowstone national park. In recent years the ground in Yellowstone has been rising, and many observers are concerned that we are witnessing the lead up to a full-blown eruption.
If a full-blown eruption of Yellowstone were to occur, all of our lives would instantly change. The following are some facts about Yellowstone that I put together for a previous article…
#1 A full-scale eruption of Yellowstone could be up to 1,000 time more powerful than the eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980.
#2 A full-scale eruption of Yellowstone would spew volcanic ash 25 miles up into the air.
#3 The next eruption of Yellowstone seems to be getting closer with each passing year. Since 2004, some areas of Yellowstone National Park have risen by as much as 10 inches.
#4 There are approximately 3,000 earthquakes in the Yellowstone area every single year.
#5 In the event of a full-scale eruption of Yellowstone, virtually the entire northwest United States will be completely destroyed.
#6 A massive eruption of Yellowstone would mean that just about everything within a 100 mile radius of Yellowstone would be immediately killed.
#7 A full-scale eruption of Yellowstone could also potentially dump a layer of volcanic ash that is at least 10 feet deep up to 1,000 miles away.
#8 A full-scale eruption of Yellowstone would cover virtually the entire midwest United States with volcanic ash. Food production in America would be almost totally wiped out.
#9 The “volcanic winter” that a massive Yellowstone eruption would cause would radically cool the planet. Some scientists believe that global temperatures would decline by up to 20 degrees.
#10 America would never be the same again after a massive Yellowstone eruption. Some scientists believe that a full eruption by Yellowstone would render two-thirds of the United States completely uninhabitable.
#11 Scientists tell us that it is not a matter of “if” Yellowstone will erupt but rather “when” the next inevitable eruption will take place.
Are you beginning to understand why the rise of volcanic activity all over the planet is such a big deal?
Just a single VEI 7 or VEI 8 eruption could fundamentally alter the way that we all live our lives in a single moment.
Despite all of our knowledge and all of our technology, the forces of nature are still vastly more powerful than we are, and scientists assure us that someday the United States will be directly confronted with that reality. – EOTAD.
ICE AGE NOW & INFRASTRUCTURE COLLAPSE: Snow And Blizzard In April – Causes 70-Vehicle Pile-Up On Wyoming Interstate; 10 Inches Of Snow In Just One Day?!
|Multiple-vehicle crashes in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 80 on Thursday, April 16, 2015, that closed the highway
between Rawlins and Cheyenne, Wyoming. © Wyoming Highway Patrol
April 19, 2015 – WYOMING, UNITED STATES – As many as 70 vehicles piled up in one spot of a Wyoming interstate Thursday after a heavy April storm dropped almost 10 inches of snow on the area, authorities said.
An almost 150-mile-long stretch of Interstate 80 remained closed in both directions Thursday afternoon between Cheyenne in southeast Wyoming and Rawlins in the central part of the state because of treacherous, slick conditions that caused accidents across the area, officials said. The worst spot was near mile post 342, between Cheyenne and Laramie, two of the state’s major population centers.
The state Highway Patrol said three major accidents happened at that location within just a few hours, the first at 11:22 a.m. ET (1:22 p.m. ET) in blizzard conditions. All told, as many as 50 commercial vehicles and 20 passenger vehicles were piled up at the scene, it said.
No deaths were reported, but the Highway Patrol said, “but multiple injuries have been confirmed.” Details on the injuries weren’t immediately available.
State Transportation Dept. traffic cameras showed that a long line of trucks and cars remained stalled at that location late in the afternoon:
The National Weather Service said parts of Laramie County along I-80 got up to 9.8 inches of snow — and things could get worse.
Snow was expected to increase overnight into Friday morning, with as much as a foot of snow expected along the southern Laramie range. “there will likely be significant impacts to travel, especially along Interstate 80 from Buford to Arlington,” it said.
Winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories were in effect for much of the region Thursday evening. – NBC News.
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