3 Facts That Confirm Bugging Out of Venezuela Was the Right Decision

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I received recent reports that confirm the severe fuel scarcity in my former town is getting conflictive. There are struggles… Continue reading

Guest: Ernest Hancock — Topic: Porcfest 2019 — Hour 1

Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock – Radio Radio/Video Program on 2019-06-21
Broadcast Date: June 21st, 2019

Ernest takes the show on the road and is currently at Roger’s Campground in Lancaster, NH, site of ForkFest and Porcfest 2019.


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Hour 1 – Ernest Hancock broadcasts show live from the Botany Bay at Roger’s Campground; Lancaster, NH, Porcfest 2019 Friday June 21st, 2019

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How and why I built my first mechanical keyboard

Read more on this subject: Science, Medicine and Technology
News Story Source: https://www.theverge.com/2019/6/21/18683728/mechan
For a lot of people, however, much of their appeal comes from customizability. You can buy different keycaps, change their mechanical switches, and in some cases even swap out their USB cables or microcontrollers to get a keyboard that’s tailored to your preferences.

Modifying an existing keyboard will only get you so far, though. For the ultimate bespoke keyboard, you have to build one from scratch. The process won’t be for everyone. The components can be expensive, you’ll need to do a lot of soldering, and there’s every chance you might break something if you’re not careful. But at the end of the process you’ll end up with something that’s completely individual to you and your needs, whether it’s typing, gaming, or some horrific Frankenstein mix of the two (here’s to you Typing of the Dead: Overkill).

Depending on who you ask, mechanical keyboards have any number of benefits. Some people like how long they last, others like the wa
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US fires up X-ray tech to catch illegal drugs at the border

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A large tractor trailer filled with cucumbers pulled up to the Nogales border crossing in Arizona in January. The busy port of entry on the US-Mexico border sees more than 1,500 trucks pass through it daily, but something about this specific trailer made local officials suspicious.

Rather than waving the truck through, US Customs and Border Protection officers had a trained dog sniff around it and ran the vehicle through a room-size X-ray machine. What they saw in the grainy black-and-white X-ray images was jaw-dropping.

It turned out to be the largest stash of the synthetic opioid fentanyl ever seized in CBP history. Underneath those cucumbers, in a false floor in the rear of the trailer, was nearly 254 pounds of fentanyl and 395 pounds of methamphetamine — with a street value of about $4.6 million.

“The size of a few grains of salt of fentanyl, which is a dangerous opioid, can kill a person very quickly,” Michael Humphries, CBP’s Nogales port director, said du
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5G is real and lightning fast (sometimes): Here’s everything you need to know

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News Story Source: https://www.cnet.com
After years of hype, carriers are finally turning on their 5G networks. But those deployments remain limited, so don’t be surprised if you don’t find yourself near one. But as with any technology, give it some time. 

Both Verizon and AT&T have launched their mobile 5G networks, while KT says a robot in South Korea is its first 5G customer. Sprint turned on its network alongside the launch of the LG V50 ThinQ 5G phone in June. UK carrier EE was the first in its country to turn on 5G. 

It’s a virtual certainty, however, that you aren’t a 5G customer of any of these carriers. AT&T’s network is live in 19 cities, including Atlanta, Dallas and New Orleans, but the customers are all small businesses and the carrier has refused to talk about where the coverage is actually located. Verizon, which launched a 5G home service last fall, turned on its network in Chicago and Minneapolis in early April but says the c
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Tesla buying guide: How to decide among the Model 3, Model S and Model X

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Since Tesla began operations in 2003, the electric car company — named after 19th- and 20th-century inventor Nikola Tesla — has been a gamechanger for the automotive industry. In just 16 years, Tesla has become one of the most important automakers in the business.

Never mind just electric vehicle sales, the Tesla Model 3 is now the best-selling luxury vehicle in the US overall, with more than 140,000 sold in 2018. The Model 3 helped the startup car company achieve 197,517 total sales last year, according to industry sales tracker GoodCarBadCar, allowing the all-EV luxury automaker to rank 20th among the top 35 auto marques sold in America. That ranking means Tesla’s 2018 sales bested brands such as Chrysler, Acura, Cadillac and Infiniti.

As Tesla’s popularity grows, it still has some hurdles to overcome, including build quality and reliability issues. For some customers, those issues have been exacerbated by Tesla’s lack of a traditional service netwo
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Successful Trials Give Green Light to ‘Heart Patches’ That Will Be Tested on Heart Attack Su

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News Story Source: https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org
Researchers have shown that heart “patches” grown in the lab are now safe and ready for human trials for people who have had their hearts damaged by a heart attack.

These patches could one day cure debilitating heart failure, which affects an estimated 920,000 people in the UK and is on the rise as more and more people survive heart attacks.

Researchers led by Professor Sian Harding at Imperial College London have developed a way to grow thumb-size patches of heart tissue (3 centimeters x 2 centimeters) that contain up to 50 million human stem cells. The stem cells are programmed to turn into working heart muscle that can be seen “beating”. One or more of these patches could be implanted on to the heart of someone after they’ve had a heart attack to limit, and even reverse, the loss of the heart’s pumping ability.

During a heart attack, the heart is starved of vital nutrients and oxygen, killing off parts of the heart muscle. This weakens the heart
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Biden Tells Billionaires: “Nothing Would Change” if He Wins Presidency

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Presidential frontrunner Joe Biden told a room full of billionaires and multi-millionaires earlier this week that “nothing would change” if he won the Oval Office.

During a fundraising event at the Upper East Side Carlyle Hotel, Biden explained to a room of New York’s financial elite that he had “got in trouble” with some people on his team for being too friendly to Wall Street, but that this wouldn’t change his approach because “you guys are great”.

He then assured them that any tax increases to increase his legislative goals would barely be noticeable.

“The truth of the matter is, you all, you all know, you all know in your gut what has to be done,” said Biden. “We can disagree in the margins but the truth of the matter is it’s all within our wheelhouse and nobody has to be punished.”

“No one’s standard of living will change,” added the former vice-president. “Nothing would fundamentally chan
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