Sunday, 30 April 2017

P I p assessment part 2

On Friday 28th April 2017 I had to attend a second party p.i.p assessment at Holsworthy medical centre due to the fact that had a newer problem to add to previous claim for this benefit. The nurse I saw seemed very disinterested and spent most of the time looking at the computer and asked the usual questions about my illnesses. And I did not to to do the physical test. The only things she was worried about were the following my flat mood or depression and fact had not seen an outreach therapist for use of crutch to aid my walking as got crutch myself due to fact get dizziness to aid balance. I expect to fail as the government wish to get people back to work in an ideal world.


Nappercise if you wish to give it a go is a new fad exercise in which tired parents sleep to reinvigorate themselves. But at the moment you can only do this exercise if live in Sidcup, South East London.

Greater wax moth answer to plastic bags

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As many of us know plastic bags and packing are a problem. But some scientists think that the greater wax moth is the answer. This is due to fact there found out by accident that the larvae of this moth species eat plastic when one of them placed the said larvae in a plastic bag And found it full of holes later on

Wing tsun martial arts

Tan sau punch..... Before throw punch point your weaker hand at nose of attacker it confusing to them and acts as a blocking move then follow through with the punch using stronger hand. Double eye gouge... A strike and defence against an accident attacker using both hands to grab your head or strangle you. Raise your arms above your head and clench hands together then slam down your side breaking attacker's grip who's body will go down and you will be able to slide your hands up and jab them in eyes. Deflect a heavy attack... Position your body to the side of your attacker rib with a punch or kick then pull the attacker down towards you and using an elbow strike them in a vital area part.. Temple of neck, throat. Wooden dummy technique... From this defensive position you can can target all assailants weak points at same time and respond to their attack with a swift palm to ribs and a kick to the knee this will bring them down or lease make them smaller so you can follow up. Kup Jan... Key to self defense is to channel all your force in one small point such as the elbow, with this move aim for Bridge of the nose and if your attacker recoils your your elbow will hit their throat, collar bone or chest and this move is difficult to defend against. Other self defence tips.... Use shortest and most direct route of attack, defend and attack simultaneously, hit vital areas.. Eyes, throat, ears, groin, strike from the centre so your attacker does not see it coming, use anything as a weapon.

News void

It seems that their is no news during weekends apart as during weekdays you get it hourly or half hourly but I wonder why. As mentioned in previous sentence it's becomes an overload of information in which you become immune to the serious of it or is it the world stops at weekends or the aliens controlling the real news and feeding us the fake who knows or cares.

Matt Harvey interviewed

What inspired me?

As a child and a teenager I had lots of scary experiences. Shadows would dart around my room as a kid, my pillow was forcefully pulled from my arms as I was trying to sleep, the closet door would open and a man would be in there and as I got into my teens we moved to a house that was way worse. This house is where I got my start into ghost hunting. I seemed to be home alone often. I always had strange scary experiences. Everything from seeing a black hooded figure, cold spots in the middle of summer when it was 80 degrees in the house, having the closet door open on it's own and having something peer out the blinds at me when no one was home and something walking around in the attic. That was the day my girlfriend now my wife said to me ( you can't be afraid of that thing). That is the day I started investigating the house. The more I investigated, the more I was hooked. My wife really was the one who inspired me. 22 years later, I am still investigating the paranormal. 

What are my aims?

My aims are to continue to investigate ghosts / demonic activity in homes and other locations. To continue my research into other paranormal creatures / activity. I want to collect conclusive data that show that they are real. I would also like to expand my research into other things more like UFOs and other phenomenon in the paranormal. 

My plans for the future? 

My plans are to try and do more Bigfoot research, still help those in need with ghosts at there location, continue to search out more new locations to research the paranormal, be it ghosts, UFOs or other cryptozoological creatures and continue to learn and grow as a paranormal investigator. Getting my own show or being able to get a sponsor to help fund my research would be great. 

Thank you for allowing me to answers your questions.

Saturday, 29 April 2017

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. Hopefully when my computer is fixed all will be alright with world or unless I can find a better copy and paste app on play store.

DNA of extinct humans found in caves.

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Vindija Cave, CroatiaImage copyrightMPI FOR EVO ANTHRO / J. KRAUSE
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The remains of Neanderthals had previously been found at Vindija Cave in Croatia
The DNA of extinct humans can be retrieved from sediments in caves - even in the absence of skeletal remains.
Researchers found the genetic material in sediment samples collected from seven archaeological sites.
The remains of ancient humans are often scarce, so the new findings could help scientists learn the identity of inhabitants at sites where only artefacts have been found.
The results are described in Science.
Antonio Rosas, a scientist at Spain's Natural Science Museum in Madrid, said: "This work represents an enormous scientific breakthrough.
"We can now tell which species of hominid occupied a cave and on which particular stratigraphic level, even when no bone or skeletal remains are present."
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The researchers also found the DNA of many animals - some of them extinct
"We know that several components of sediments can bind DNA," said lead researcher Matthias Meyer of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany.
"We therefore decided to investigate whether hominin DNA may survive in sediments at archaeological sites known to have been occupied by ancient hominins."
The team collaborated with researchers excavating at seven dig sites in Belgium, Croatia, France, Russia and Spain.
They collected sediment samples covering a time span from 14,000 to 550,000 years ago.
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Neanderthal DNA was retrieved from sediments in El Sidrón cave, northern Spain
Back in the lab, they fished out tiny fragments of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) - genetic material from the mitochondria, which act as the "powerhouses" of biological cells. Even sediment samples that had been stored at room temperature for years yielded DNA.
Dr Meyer and his team members were able to identify the DNA of various animals belonging to 12 mammalian families, including extinct species such as the woolly mammoth, woolly rhinoceros, cave bear and cave hyena.
The scientists looked specifically for DNA from ancient humans in the samples.
"From the preliminary results, we suspected that in most of our samples, DNA from other mammals was too abundant to detect small traces of human DNA," said co-author Viviane Slon, from the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig, Germany.
"We then switched strategies and started targeting specifically DNA fragments of human origin."
Sediment sampleImage copyrightMAX-PLANCK-GESELLSCHAFT
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DNA can be extracted even when the sediments have been stored at room temperature
The team members managed to retrieve DNA from Neanderthals in the cave sediments of four archaeological sites, including in layers where no human skeletal remains have been discovered.
In addition, they found new samples of Denisovan DNA in sediments from Denisova Cave in Russia.
"The technique could increase the sample size of the Neanderthal and Denisovan mitochondrial genomes, which until now were limited by the number of preserved remains," co-author Spanish National Research Council scientist Carles Lalueza-Fox told the AFP news agency.
"And it will probably be possible to even recover substantial parts of nuclear genomes."
Svante Pääbo, director of the Evolutionary Genetics department at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, commented: "By retrieving hominin DNA from sediments, we can detect the presence of hominin groups at sites and in areas where this cannot be achieved with other methods.
"This shows that DNA analyses of sediments are a very useful archaeological procedure, which may become routine in the future."

Monday, 24 April 2017

My kind of cult film Sharknado

I have enjoyed and survived being eaten watching the cult films of sharknado and cant wait for the next one in series

Sharknado (film series)
Directed by Anthony C. Ferrante
Produced by David Michael Latt
Written by Thunder Levin
Ian Ziering
Tara Reid
Music by
Christopher Cano
Chris Ridenhour
The Asylum
Syfy Films
Distributed by Syfy
Release date
1: July 11, 2013
2: July 30, 2014
3: July 22, 2015
4: July 31, 2016
5: August 6, 2017[1]
Running time
90 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Sharknado is the name of a series of disaster horror comedy sci-fi films released by Syfy starting in 2013. It has since been expanded into video games and comics. A spin-off film, Sharknado: Heart of Sharkness, was released in 2015.

The series stars Ian Ziering and Tara Reid as Fin and April Shepard, a husband and wife who continue to encounter "sharknadoes", tornadoes filled with sharks, wherever they go.

Films Edit

Sharknado (2013) Edit
Main article: Sharknado
A freak cyclone hits Los Angeles causing man-eating sharks to be scooped up in water spouts and flood the city with shark-infested seawater. Bar-owner and surfer Fin (Ian Ziering) sets out with his friends to rescue his estranged wife, April (Tara Reid), and their teenage daughter, Claudia, before the "sharknado" reaches them.[2]

Sharknado 2: The Second One (2014) Edit
Main article: Sharknado 2: The Second One
While Fin and April are in New York City to promote April's book, How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters, about the Los Angeles sharknado, the city is hit by a severe storm causing new "sharknadoes" to emerge.

Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (2015) Edit
Main article: Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
Following the events of the previous film, Fin and April have remarried and are expecting another child. For his heroics in the "sharknado" battles in Los Angeles and New York, Fin is in Washington, D.C. to receive an award from the president. However, when he is there he encounters a new "sharknado" which begins to make its way down the "Feast Coast" to Florida.[3]

Sharknado: The 4th Awakens (2016) Edit
Main article: Sharknado: The 4th Awakens
Sharknado 4 was confirmed to follow upon Sharknado 3's premiere.[4] Sharknado 3 concludes with a cliffhanger regarding whether or not April is killed by falling wreckage. An ad after the film promotes a Twitter campaign offering fans the chance to decide her fate with the hashtags "#AprilLives" or "#AprilDies", with the results revealed at the start of Sharknado 4, which first aired on Syfy on July 31, 2016.[5] Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, Ryan Newman, and David Hasselhoff reprise their roles from previous films. New cast members include: Tommy Davidson as Aston Reynolds, playboy tech billionaire and Astro-X; Cody Linley replacing Chuck Hittinger as Matt Shepard; Imani Hakim as Gabrielle, a soldier and Matt's girlfriend; Gary Busey as Wilford Wexler, April's rich father; Cheryl Tiegs as Raye Shepard, Fin's mother; Masiela Lusha as Gemini, Fin's cousin.;[6]

The title and poster of the film is an homage to Star Wars: The Force Awakens.[7]

Sharknado 5... Earth 0 (2017) Edit
Sharknado 5... Earth 0 was confirmed in October 2016, and is set to be released on August 6, 2017.[1] Ian Ziering and Tara Reid have been confirmed to reprise their roles as Fin Shepard and April Wexler.[8] Cassie Scerbo has also been reported to be returning for the fifth installment.[9] Filming occurred in more than 5 countries, including the UK, Australia and Bulgaria[10]

Spin-offs Edit

Sharknado: Heart of Sharkness (2015) Edit
The mockumentary tells the story of David Moore, the filmmaker who first dreamed of “sharks in a tornado” and brought on disaster by using real sharks. It was written and directed by Jeremy Wagener, and released in October 6, 2015 on video on demand.[11]

Locations Edit

Los Angeles, California is the setting of Sharknado and Lavalantula
New York, New York is the setting of Sharknado 2: The Second One
Riverdale is where Archie v. Sharknado takes place
Washington, DC and Orlando, Florida are the settings of Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
Las Vegas, Nevada is the setting of Sharknado: The 4th Awakens
Miami, Florida is the setting of 2 Lava 2 Lantula
Recurring cast and characters Edit

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This table only includes characters which have appeared in more than one film in the series.
A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the film.
Characters Main Films
Sharknado Sharknado 2:
The Second One Sharknado 3:
Oh Hell No! Sharknado:
The 4th Awakens
Finley Allan "Fin" Shepard Ian Ziering
April Dawn Wexler Shepard Tara Reid
Claudia Shepard Aubrey Peeples Ryan Newman
Nova Clarke Cassie Scerbo Cassie Scerbo
Matt Shepard Chuck Hittinger Cody Linley
Martin Brody Mark McGrath
Gilbert Grayson Shepard David Hasselhoff
Reception Edit

For more details on the reception of each film, see the "Reception" section on each film's article.
Ratings Edit
Film Release date U.S. viewers
(millions) 18-49 rating Budget Ref(s)
Sharknado July 11, 2013 1.37 N/A $2 million [12]
Sharknado 2: The Second One July 30, 2014 3.87 1.6 $1.5–2 million [13][14]
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! July 22, 2015 2.81 0.9 $2.4 million [15]
Sharknado: The 4th Awakens July 31, 2016 2.77 0.8 $3 million [16]
Critical response Edit
Film Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic
Sharknado 82% (17 reviews)[17] N/A
Sharknado 2: The Second One 59% (27 reviews)[18] 50 (17 reviews)[19]
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! 34% (32 reviews)[20] 53 (19 reviews)[21]
Sharknado: The 4th Awakens 18% (11 reviews)[22] 35 (7 reviews)[23]
Average 48% 46
Other media Edit

Sharknado: The Video Game Edit
Main article: Sharknado: The Video Game
Sharknado: The Video Game is a 2014 endless running video game developed by Other Ocean Interactive and published by Majesco Entertainment. It was based on Sharknado 2: The Second One and was released for iOS on July 25, 2014.[24]

How to Survive a Sharknado Edit
How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters: Fight Back When Monsters and Mother Nature Attack is a book by Andrew Shaffer, a real-life version of the book-within-the-movie Sharknado 2.

Archie vs. Sharknado Edit
Archie vs. Sharknado is a one-shot comic book simultaneously published by Archie Comics in July 22, 2015 as a tie-in to Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!. It deals with Riverdale being hit by a storm of sharknadoes and Archie and the gang having to deal with them as it makes its way down the "Feast Coast". The one-shot was written by series director Anthony C. Ferrante, with art by longtime Archie artist Dan Parent.[25] The comic book received an average score of 7.2/10 based on 15 critical reviews according to review aggregator Comic Book Roundup.[26]

Related media Edit

Z Nation Edit
Main article: Z Nation
Roberta Warren, an ex-National guard and main character in the television series Z Nation (played by Kellita Smith), makes an appearance in Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! with a lower rank, establishing the Sharknado series as a prequel to Z Nation.

Lavalantula Edit
Ian Ziering appears as Fin in the 2015 film Lavalantula.

Steve Guttenberg appears as Colton West, the lead character from the Lavalantula franchise, in Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens.

References Edit

^ a b Gilyadov, Alex (April 7, 2017). "Syfy Sets Summer Premiere Dates for Sharknado 5, Dark Matter, Killjoys, Wynonna Earp and More". IGN. Retrieved April 10, 2017.
^ Holmes, Linda (July 12, 2012). "'Sharknado' Dares To Ask: Is It Going To Rain Giant Man-Eating Sharks?". NPR. Retrieved July 12, 2012.
^ "'Sharknado 3' to Take on the 'Feast Coast'". Screen Rant.
^ "Sharknado 4 confirmed by Syfy as third film premieres". BBC News. July 23, 2014. Retrieved July 25, 2015.
^ Wagmeister, Elizabeth (July 22, 2015). "'Sharknado 4' Announced: Director Anthony C. Ferrante Teases Details on Next Sequel". Variety. Retrieved July 25, 2015.
^ Mitovich, Matt Webb; Mitovich, Matt Webb (March 9, 2016). "Sharknado 4 Casts Gary Busey (as Tara Reid's Dad), Cheryl Tiegs, Four Others". Retrieved February 22, 2017.
^ Cooper, Gael (May 4, 2016). "'Sharknado' turns to the shark side with Star Wars-style poster". CNET. Retrieved June 28, 2016.
^ Foywonder (October 24, 2016). "Sharknado 5 Gets a Title, Artwork, and Plot Synopsis – But Is the Earth Ready?". Dread Central. Retrieved January 4, 2017.
^ Gelman, Vlada (February 2, 2017). "TVLine Items: Sharknado 5 Is a Go, Fosters Star Joins This Is Us and More". TVLine. Retrieved February 6, 2017.
^ "SHARKNADO: HEART OF SHARKNESS". The Asylum. Retrieved August 24, 2016.
^ De Moraes, Lisa (July 12, 2013). "Syfy 'Sharknado' Attracts Average Of 1.369 Million Viewers – Mostly Journalists And Celebrities". Deadline. Retrieved July 12, 2013.
^ Claire Suddath. "Sharknado 2: Syfy's Bid for B-Movie Domination - Businessweek".
^ Pennington, Gail (July 31, 2014). "'Sharknado 2' smashes ratings records". St. Louis Post Dispatch. Retrieved July 25, 2015.
^ "'Sharknado 3' Ratings Down From Last Year's 'Sharknado 2'". Variety. Retrieved October 30, 2015.
^ Porter, Rick (August 2, 2016). "Sunday cable ratings: 'Sharknado 4' slips, 'Power' up week to week". TV by the Numbers. Retrieved July 12, 2016.
^ "Sharknado (2013) - Rotten Tomatoes". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved October 30, 2015.
^ "Sharknado 2: The Second One (2014) - Rotten Tomatoes". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved October 30, 2015.
^ "Sharknado 2: The Second One - Season 1 Reviews - Metacritic". Metacritic. Retrieved August 12, 2016.
^ "Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (2015) - Rotten Tomatoes". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved October 30, 2015.
^ "Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! - Season 1 Reviews - Metacritic". Metacritic. Retrieved August 12, 2016.
^ "Sharknado: The 4th Awakens (2016) - Rotten Tomatoes". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved August 12, 2016.
^ "Sharknado: The 4th Awakens - Season 1 Reviews - Metacritic". Metacritic. Retrieved August 12, 2016.
^ "Sharknado: The Video Game Announced". IGN. Retrieved August 8, 2014.
^ "[ Archie Vs Sharknado]," Comic Book Roundup. Retrieved February 21, 2017
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Sunday, 23 April 2017

Plea for help


Yes people we have another vote this year this time a general election on 8th June 2017.We can look forward to all the bull from the mps of different parties each telling us thier propaganda and getting nasty via the  media me myself says via anarchy.


My front garden is small time famous amongst the smaller children of Holsworthy as we have 2 sheep ornaments who are referred by then as shaun the sheep. Keeping these sheep company are 2 elephant's, a family of deers,2 meerkats ,frog, crocodile, fox,2 birds,bulldog and solar powered lights so it good to  see per smile as there walk by.


The sonic screwdriver used by Dr,Who has gone into the the Oxford English dictionary. The entry description says sonic screwdriver is an electronic device which uses sound waves to perform mechanical and technology functions. The sonic screwdriver first appeared in a Dr Who episode called Fury from the deep in which the second doctor Patrick Troughton who used it to open a hatch on a gas pipeline.

Big cat spotted in Somerset

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A local mum and her teenage daughter were enjoying the sunshine when they saw this

A huge panther like creature has been spotted roaming the Quantock Hill in Somerset.

The "big cat" took a family by surprise when it seen prowling through the grass at a picturesque picnic more. ...,


Originated in West Africa where it is said to mark milestones such as marriage, etching, burning or branding designs into the skin as a permanent from of body art. It cab also signify people. belonging to a particular tribe, family or religion. Often more prominent in darker skin but carries risks as open wounds can become infected and spread disease.


Builders who were refurbishing a museum spotted 30 lead coffins in a secret chamber. Amongst these hidden tombs were 5 archbishops of Canterbury dating back to 1660,s .Two had name plates john moore 1783 _1805 and Richard Bancroft 1604_1610,the others were  Frederick Cornwallis 1768_1783,Mathew  Hutton 1757_1758 ,Thomas tensson 1695_1715 ..dates are when in office as archbishop of Canterbury.

Saturday, 22 April 2017

Pyjama work ou by somrekold ex essex idiot. .me

Chip reichenthal interview

Q: What inspired you?

A: I feel very fortunate, with some years hosting radio shows and being at paranormal conventions and events, to have met what I feel are the greatest minds and talents of the paranormal and metaphysical realms. I feel that many if not most of them come into the realm from a place of fear, where something grabbed them or called out their name and aroused their greatest curiosities. My beginning was quite different, as my earliest experiences were from people I knew well and loved, and I feel that my earliest experiences came instead from a place of love, and yet I am just as motivated to find answers to afterlife sciences, yet rather than a quest for evidence, it is more about the opportunity to communicate.

 My first experience came in 1979, right around the time of my 21st Birthday. My very best friend, who lived next door to me all while growing up since we both were two years old, was involved in a horrific accident. A drunk driver ran a red light and hit him while he was on a motorcycle, and he hit the car head first. He was brain-dead once at the hospital, and his prognosis was grim at best. My first encounter with death, yet he was not dead, kept alive artificially with breathing apparatus’’ until his parents had to make a horrid cross-country trip to unplug him. Meanwhile I was trying to process all this, made any grieving more difficult since my dearest friend was not dead. One night I went out to a swingset in my parent’s back yard, with some beers and a determination to figure how to process all this. It was rather peaceful on a warm summer night, yet right around midnight into my Birthday proper, something ‘changed’ with the swing next to me. It’s very hard to describe, but it seemed there was something…some kind of energy on that swing next to me…not that I saw it or heard it, but knew something was there as surely as if I had. Turns out, it was my friend! I had conversations with him, in my mind, since I heard about his accident, but in those conversations it was my inner dialogue that spoke for him. Yet here, what this ‘energy’ said was beyond my wildest imaginings, and something my inner voice would never have considered. My friend said he came to visit on my Birthday and beyond that, said he wanted to ‘give up’ and came for my blessing. Give up? What do you mean…give up, is what I asked in return. He said he could not move, eat, bathe, or do anything for himself…he no longer had that option, because he was brain-dead. At best, he was doomed to be a vegetable, and others would have to do everything for him. He always was very independent, it was his nature to be so, and refused to live in such undignified manner, and he wanted out, and came for my blessing. I tried to talk him out of it…stronger survive, I said…hang in there, Doctors may find a way to fix him, I said. He stood his ground, though, and made some convincing arguments until it finally made sense to me that perhaps, in his case, there are worse things than death, and I caved in, agreed with him, and gave my blessing. I told him I was moved, I was touched, that of all people, he came to me for such blessing, and once granted, he thanked me. I told him I hoped he might visit me…after…and he said he would try. After that, he was gone, and the ‘energy’ on that swing was no more. About ten minutes later, by now around 3am, my Mother came outside to the swingset to tell me that my friend’s parents had just called to tell us they pulled the plug on him about ten minutes ago and wanted us to be the first to know. At that point, I realized quite plainly that I had spoken to my best friend, my first soulmate in life, right at the moment of his death. That changed my outlook on death and the potential for afterlife forever. Happy Birthday to me. I had also had a visit from my Wife’s Father a year after his passing, a story perhaps for another day, and my friend has also visited a few times, and I have spend the better part of my full adulthood in search of answers, considering paranormal, spirituality, parapsychology, metaphysics, quantum physics and other realms that consider these quandaries, really ever since that defining moment. perhaps for another day, and my friend has also visited a few times, and I have spend the better part of my full adulthood in search of answers, considering paranormal, spirituality, parapsychology, metaphysics, quantum physics and other realms that consider these quandaries, really ever since that defining moment.

Q: What are your aims?

A: Through the years I have developed a distinct platform, especially nowadays where it is not so taboo to talk freely about ‘ghosts’ or communicating with the dead, and it has everything to do with being brought into the realm in a fashion more ‘love-based’ than fear-based’. Especially considering media, where television shows are practically horror movies guised as research or documentary shows. It appears as though evil is afoot whenever something unseen is making noises or moving things about a house, and there is even taunting potential spirit activity to gain evidence for the studio audience, and I vehemently disagree with such methods and aim to change the way we approach these energies. I think if there are spirit energies, even ones thought malevolent, then perhaps we should consider them as people, who lived lives, gained wisdom, and are worthy of respect rather than fear or eradication. I understand the reasoning behind all this…we tend to fear the unknown, and even look for thrills, and there are many faiths that see any attempt to communicate with these types of things as sinful. Yet I have spent decades researching and investigating the paranormal.  I had some years attuned as a spirit medium with remarkable success, and I look to theoretical physics as well. I have never had a negative encounter or got scratched or pushed; never had an EVP that was negative or threatening, I have helped people besieged by the poison of deep grief and even helped spirit energies cross over or relay messages to loved ones. I have seen love in them, or felt their pain; I have considered some things more residual than in spirit; I have considered that there may be times the person’s personality or history splits…where the pain is in one area and the grace in another, and have seen instances where the living are creating the chaos of items moving about a room on their own. There are so many different situations, and each different, often leading to more questions than answers. One thing rings out, and that is that the dead don’t suddenly change into some evil and monstrous beings or develop otherworldly psychic powers just because the living body is out of the equation. Like anyone else, they hope to be heard, considered, respected…sometimes they don’t know they’re dead…but we all long to belong. I distinctly believe that every single person is a story, and when you take the time to learn that story, it is always fascinating. The more you learn these stories, the more you know about people, dead or alive, and after a long time looking toward afterlife communication and speaking with so many other enthusiasts, eventually you come to believe that some things are true whether we believe in them or not. My platform is, basically, that ‘ghosts’ are people too…if they are ‘ghosts’ in the first place. I see people who honor the history of a property thought ‘haunted’, and sometimes there is a distinct love and honor there, which is great…and sometimes they are basically treating the dead like pets or flaunting the tragedy the occurred there and sometimes that is unconscionable disrespect …and yet they wonder why so much negative activity occurs. Sometimes I see people who feed the bad…and once someone tells you they ‘have a bad feeling about a certain room’ or they think a ghost is active, it sends all others into expectation mode, and they begin to blame all sorts of natural activity to the ghost they now expect or the ‘bad feeling’ has to come to fruition somehow, and it becomes our expectation to see bad where there may be none in the first place. So many times I have been on investigations where people get ‘scratched’ in front of us or expect all this nasty stuff, and often the ‘scratch’ comes from engaging in something and forgetting or ignoring it, and rather than malice, it’s the kind of thing where they want the attention back and it’s incidental and not malicious at all…sometimes people create the ‘scratch’ themselves for attention. Again, everything’s a situation on these investigations, if there is anything there at all. It may also be inter-dimensional, or even a time-warp that brings us these energies…the Einstein ‘space-time’ thing…and look…I do not claim to be an expert in this…no one is, really…as we still have no proof of any of this. But if I can impact anything within these realms, I hope to show a kinder side of afterlife science, where if we think on paranormal activity stemming from people and not some demon, we have a wonderful chance to embrace a kinder side of the realm, and that is my greatest motivation here. We need more ‘nice’ in life, and it can bring some amazing potential when we bring more ‘nice’ to afterlife science as well, and there aren’t many folks actively considering that, so I will.

Q: What plans do you have for the future?

A: I have a lot of things going on, thanks mainly to the radio shows. They’ve led to more shows, guest appearances, lectures, I have a book out that’s published and writing more, I’ve had acting roles in film and have been a part of documentaries on internet and in film, I make appearances at Paracons. I’ve had the tremendous fortune to meet my heroes, and many are personal friends now. I have some offers in the air, to appear in Documentaries, write for a magazine, more acting roles, another book in the works; I do Tarot readings, and have some nationally known psychics I’ve read for who loved my approach. It is magical. For the radio, I am not aiming for fame…I am aiming to be the person these friends and talents come to when they want something promoted, or to be featured in the kindest light, and I hope to ask the deeper questions…I don’t want a million listeners…I want my heroes to think of me when they have something special to them, and I hope to pay goodness forward. All else will follow from there. Of all things, though, I get the most pleasure and value from lecturing. I want to do more of that. I have a lecture platform entitled “Ghosts Are People Too: The Kinder Side of Afterlife Science” and it has been wonderfully received. My book that is currently out is called “Even the Dead Won’t Tell You the Truth” from Rowe Publishing, on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and the Rowe Publishing website of The book is a fictional work based on personal truths, and is a murder mystery where the main character talks to the dead as a living. His best friend is charged with murder, the victim known to them both. The friend is not into the ‘talking to the dead’ stuff, but with evidence circumstantial and damning and piling up, he asks our medium to communicate with the murder victim to find a way to clear his name. It has a lot of first-person perspective from the eyes of a medium and is as informative as it is a really good mystery, and the book has done well. I am working on a new book that may be a sequel, but adds some science-fiction to the mix, and will still delve into first-person metaphysics. I am also more active in UFOlogy and have a few prospects there…and sometimes the world of physics and the quantum world helps to find potential answers to a lot of paranormal-type things, and I’m in. Most of all, in any and all of this, the platform is about ‘nice’, it is about a kinder approach along with an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. My current radio show is called “Beyond the Norm with Chip Reichenthal” and is on A1B Radio Monday nights at 9 pm Eastern US time on and I will be doing lecture tours in 2015 with another Rowe Publishing Author, Mark Keyes, who inspired a character in my book. He is a State Police Detective who works malevolent hauntings in his spare time with some other law enforcement officers, and wrote a marvelous book called “Chasing Shadows”, a non-fiction that is truly the best book I’ve ever read on the paranormal, and he also embraces a kinder look at afterlife, and together we will be bringing the ‘nice’ forward. It seems more opportunities are coming my way all the time now, and I am still open to lecture dates or doing readings and other engagements. I hope to accomplish what my greatest hero if life has…my Dad…who ultimately is a ‘nice guy’ who finished first, and that is my ultimate goal.

Stone carving comfirm comet hit earth 13,000 years ago

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Friday, 21 April 2017


What inspires me? The thousands of witnesses who insist they saw something strange in Loch Ness.

My plans? Keep visiting the loch, keep deploying search equipment, keep reviewing the evidence for new angles and keep exposing inane sceptical arguments.



Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Near miss asteroid

Asteroid will be visible as it zooms close to Earth today

Sunday, 16 April 2017

Ant 999

African matabele ant's call for fellow ants by giving off a chemical substance then the other ants carry the injured ant to the nest and then the ant recovers after  treatment  which usually involve,s removing a termite, its prey.

Football ends up in Norway.

A football that was kicked out of Scottish team banks of dee f.c managed to travel 1,100 miles away to norwegian island of vanna.The club received an email from a local of the island as football had name of club on it.


I am getting roughly 2 headaches a day but not normal ones as feel like someone is pressing hard on my headand i often get disorientation also i think causing my personality to change as more hypersensitive to criticism and detest loud noise or bright light.


The adder is Britain's only venomous snake, can grow up 3 ft ,live for 15 years, normally eat lizards, rodents, frogs.Bites can cause swelling, buising,sickness in humans. Last death by an adder was in 1975 and at least 100 people get bitten by one yearly.

Cold spot on plañet Jupiter

A discovery has been found by scientists on the planet Jupiter, a great cold spot 15,000 miles wide .This cold spot is likely to be a vast storm system and is one of the most dramatic discover since Jupiter's great red spot in 1830.

Monster 28-stone 8-foot long shark caught by two stunned fishermen a few hundred metres off coast of Cornwall

The Porbeagle shark is the closest relative to the Great WhiteTHIS monster shark was caught by two stunned fishermen just a few hundred metres off the coast of Cornwall.
The razor-toothed Porbeagle shark, the closest relative to the Great White from the movie Jaws, was hunting for food off St Ives.
Nearby hundreds of tourists played in the sea on the hottest weekend of the year so far.
Sam Narbett, 39, and friend Ian Tyldesley, 55, wrestled with the Porbeagle, estimated to be 28st and more than 8ft long, for 90 minutes after snaring it on their line.
Sam said: “It’s the biggest shark I’ve caught and one of the biggest caught in the UK.
“It was a struggle to pull it in, we read more and se video were knackered.”-


This planet of ours is always in a state of war in one country or another so it,s not a new statement .Would the so called super powers at the end of the day go this far i really wish not or is it the cold war revisited .Anyway if this event did happen their is not alot we the people can do to protect us so i suggest a nice hot beverage and gather your loved ones for a goodbye.


Saw on the television and heard on the radio about a new fine if you drop litter and a new campaign to make people more aware.I can rememember being told from a young age always put your litter in a bin and if not or bin full take it home not to drop on the road causing an unsightly mess.Sometimes if you have larger iems or speacialict you may need to pay to take it away which can be expensive and could be reason for flytipping.

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Saturday, 15 April 2017

Update on my health

This a update of my problems i have been getting and proves that i did experience something when i got my really bad headace which led to this .I know this may seem odd but at least now i can explain this to other people and just carry on as normal and except the bad days and hope the good ones outlast them .


Saturn moon 'able to support life'

Jets of EnceladusSaturn's ice-crusted moon Enceladus may now be the single best place to go to look for life beyond Earth.
The assessment comes on the heels of new observations at the 500km-wide world made by the Cassini probe.
It has flown through and sampled the waters from a subsurface ocean that is being jetted into space.
Cassini’s chemistry analysis strongly suggests the Enceladean seafloor has hot fluid vents - places that on Earth are known to teem with life.
To be clear: the existence of such hydrothermal systems is not a guarantee that organisms are present on the little moon; its environment may still be sterile. But the new results make a compelling case to return to this world with more sophisticated instrumentation - technologies that can re-sample the ejected water for clear evidence that biology is also at play.
"We're pretty darn sure that the internal ocean of Enceladus is habitable and we need to go back and investigate it further," said Cassini scientist Dr Hunter Waite -READ MORE



Sunday, 9 April 2017

Professional wrestling

This article is about wrestling in the form of athletic entertainment. For wrestling in the form of combat sport, see Wrestling.
"Pro wrestling" redirects here. For other uses, see Pro wrestling (disambiguation).
Professional wrestling
Wrestling - Sikeston, MO 1938 - 1.jpg
A professional wrestling match in Sikeston, Missouri in May 1938, where two wrestlers grapple in a wrestling ring while a referee, dressed in white, looks on
Ancestor arts
Descendant artsShoot wrestling
Roller derby
Originating culture United States
Originating era19th century
Professional wrestling is a dramatized athletic performance that portrays a combat sport.[1] Taking the form of live events held by touring promotions, it is a unique style of combat based on a combination of adopted styles, which include classical wrestlingcatch wrestling and various forms of martial arts, as well as an innovative style based on grappling (holds/throws), striking, and aerialism. Various forms of weaponry are sometimes used.
The content – including match outcomes – is scripted and choreographed, and the combative actions and reactions are performed to appear violent without injuring the wrestlers.[2] Before the 1980s, these facts were considered trade secrets; in the mid-90s, the pretense that professional wrestling was 'real' was largely done away with. By and large, the true nature of the content is ignored by the performing promotion in official media in order to sustain and promote the willing suspension of disbelief for the audience by maintaining an aura of verisimilitude. Fan communications by individual wrestlers and promotions through outside media (i.e., interviews) will often directly acknowledge the fictional nature of the spectacle, making the predetermined nature of the sport something of an open secret. The presentation of scripted events as legitimate is known as "kayfabe".
Although the combative content is staged and communicated between the wrestlers, there are legitimate physical hazards involved - including permanent injury and death.


Originating as a popular form of entertainment in 19th-century Europe[3] and later as a sideshow exhibition in North American traveling carnivals and vaudeville halls, professional wrestling grew into a standalone genre of entertainment with many diverse variations in cultures around the globe, and is now considered a multimillion-dollar entertainment industry. While it has greatly declined in Europe, in North America it has experienced several different periods of prominent cultural popularity during its century and a half of existence. The advent of television gave professional wrestling a new outlet, and wrestling (along with boxing) was instrumental in making pay-per-view a viable method of content link

Simple device that could make seawater drinkable giving millions access to clean water

Simple device that could make seawater drinkable giving millions access to clean waterScientists have created a graphene-based sieve capable of making seawater drinkable.
The development by UK-based researchers brings closer the prospect of providing clean water to millions of people who struggle to gain access

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Typus Orbis Terrarum.

Typus Orbis Terrarum.A fine first edition third printing example of Aberham Ortelius' iconic 1570 map of the world. This map is the first map of the world to appear in a standard atlas and is thus of fundamental importance to the history of cartography. Centered on the Atlantic Ocean, the map, naturally, covers the entire world from pole to pole. The general presentation of an oval projection derived from earlier maps by Appianus and Bordonius. Cartographically it is derived from the world of Gerard Mercator (1569), Gastaldi (1561), and Gutierrez. On the verso, Ortelius mentions in his Catalogus Auctorum that he also apparently had access to and drew upon the world maps by Peter ab Aggere of Mechelen, Sebastian Cabotus of Venice, Laurentius Fries of Antwerp, Jacobus Gastaldi, Gemma Frisius of Antwerp, Guicciardinus of Antwerp, Doco ab Hemminga Frisius, and Orontius Fine of Paris.

Our survey of this important map will begin in North America. Much of the continent is unexplored but here Ortelius has roughly followed the work and forms laid down by Gerard Mercator in 1569. Beyond known colonial centers in central Mexico and the West Indies, the cartography is largely speculative. The eastern seaboard juts noticeably eastward - a product of inaccurate measurements of longitudes and magnetic variation. No trace is to be found of the Mississippi River despite its c. 1540 discovery by Hernando de Soto and Moscoso. Place names north of Mexico nonetheless generally correspond to American Indian centers discovered by De Soto (east of Texas) and Coronodo (west of Texas). In the northeast the results of voyages of exploration of Giovanni de Verrazzano and Jacques Cartier are much in evidence with the St. Lawrence being clearly if exaggeratedly represented. The mythical kingdom of gold Norumbega is identified along the Atlantic coast roughly in the vicinity of the Penobscot River. Of the Great Lakes, there is as yet no trace. Some have suggested that the inlet in the northern Polar Regions, which is derived from Mercator's Lake Conibus, may suggest some knowledge of the great lakes long before their discovery - but t - See more at:


A study of medieval bones found at North Yorks that a local villagers burned and cut up te dead to stop them from rising from their graves.


Professor Neil Gemmell is going too search the waters of loch ness ,Scotland to see if loch ness monster or nessie is there.He is going to do this by gathering samples and analyse them using same techniques as police forensic teams do for d.n.a.


The Equality and Human commission  have found that disabled people face barrier,s in employment,transport,housing,health.Fewer than half of disabled adult,s are in work and the gap is growing in disability pay.


This is just a small way of giving your time to help other,s via various site,s  online.It can take as little as a minute or sometimes longer it,s your choice and it helps a good cause at the same time .

Saturday, 8 April 2017

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How the mouse came to live alongside humans

Mice have been living alongside humans for 15,000 years, according to fossil evidence.
This is earlier than previously thought - and predates the dawn of agriculture.
Scientists believe wild mice crept into settlements in the Levant (Eastern Mediterranean) region to steal wild grains and seeds that ancient people had gathered and stored.
The rodents became what we know today as house mice, enjoying free food and shelter in human homes.
"Nowadays, thanks to this relationship, house mice have colonised almost every corner of the globe to become almost as ubiquitous as humans and also one of the most invasive mammalian species," said Dr Thomas Cucchi of Museum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris.
His research is based on studies of teeth from the remains of rodents found in the -read more

Evidence of ancient 'geological Brexit' revealed

Artist's illustration of ancient ice age land bridge connecting Britain with FranceThe UK has now started the formal process of leaving the EU, but scientists say they have evidence of a much earlier "Brexit".
They have worked out how a thin strip of land that once connected ancient Britain to Europe was destroyed.
The researchers believe a large lake overflowed 450,000 years ago, damaging the land link, then a later flood fully opened the Dover Strait.
The scars of these events can be found on the seabed of the English Channel.
Professor Sanjeev Gupta, who led the study, from Imperial College London, said: "This was really one of the defining events for north west Europe - and certainly the defining event in Britain's history.
"This chance geological event, if it hadn't happened, would have meant Britain was always connected to the continent."-read more

Thursday, 6 April 2017

Holsworthy local karate club gesar karate makes me proud to be a student

Best ever results for Holsworthy Karate Club at Birmingham
Holsworthy Karate Club’s stars who managed to bring back four medals from the European Karate Organisation Championships held in Birmingham last month.
Holsworthy Karate Club’s stars who managed to bring back four medals from the European Karate Organisation Championships held in Birmingham last month.
HOLSWORTHY Karate Club enjoyed a fantastic day out at the European Karate Organisation Championships in Birmingham last month.
In total they collected four medals, two silvers and two bronze, as the club enjoyed one of their best ever days.
Instructor, Sensei Hjalmar Dentlinger, was extremely proud of his students, saying: “I’m extremely proud of everyone associated with Holsworthy Karate Club. It’s the best we’ve ever done. I was hoping for about two bronze medals but for us to get four means so much to us and we surpassed our expectations, especially the juniors.
“We’ve got lots of very talented students and most of them are destined to go onto bigger and better things. A lot of them are very young so they should keep on improving.
“The youngest to compete, Storm Piercy, did extremely well. She’s only eight and it was her first ever competition.?She got through the first round which was amazing. She puts in alot of hard work and she has so much time on her side.
“Also my assistant instructor Dan Hunt is aiming to qualify for the World Championships and he’s getting better and better all the time so he’s another one to watch.”
The students that competed are as follows:
Storm Piercey (aged 8, 6th kyu blue belt) — over 8 and under 12 kata category; Amber Dentlinger (9, 2nd kyu brown belt) — over 8 and under 12 kata category (bronze) & over 10 & under 12 kumite; Joshua Dentlinger (10, 1st dan black belt) — over 8 under 12 kata, over 10 & the under 16 under 4’9" kumite (Silver); Samantha Dentlinger (1st kyu brown belt) — women’s kata & women’s kumite; Lee Buckingham (21 — 8th kyu yellow belt), Jordy Daley (24 — kyu yellow belt) & Keith Martin (22, 8th kyu yellow belt) — all competed in the adult male under brown kata (Martin — Bronze) under brown kumite and team kumite; Mark Hardwick (17, 1st Dan black belt) adult male above brown kata; Dan Hunt (21, 1st dan black belt) — adult male above brown kata & brown kumite; Sensei Hjalmar Dentlinger (4th dan) — adult male above brown kata and kumite; Hardwick, Hunt and Sensei Dentlinger also competed in team kumite where they finished second.
Sensei Dentlinger puts the success down to a small but tight-knit group and the students willingness to learn.
He added: “We train very very hard when we do train but it’s also a very fun club where everyone is very welcoming. We’re like a community within the club and we would like to grow as much as we can. We train at the community college and the leisure centre so there’s opportunties for everyone.
“We can help you install self-confidence and a belief that anything is possible as well as the obvious skills that learning karate can teach you.”
For further information on Holsworthy Karate Club and to find out when they train, please contact Dentlinger on 07780877721 or email him at

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Human skull hole evolved 2 walking legs

Humpback whale news

Water bears


Today at north devon  district hospital i had to have a m.r.i test to look  at problems involved in mý neck problem and my mild small vessel disease in my brain.The test was alright at first as had a way to see out so less confined but the next part of test was thr hardest as was then moved right inside scanner which felt like being trapped in a coffin alive and on 2 occasions i was nearly blanking out,scary ,hopefully will not have to wait for results to long then off to see specialist. Read more. ..

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Deadman retired

If like me are a fan of wrestling you have heard of the undertaker who recently fought his last match against roman reigns at wrestlemania 33 .The undertaker has always  been one of my favourites since wff days as i enjoyed his ring  skills ,promotional videos for upcoming matches against all his opponents and especially liked the way would sit up after his fellow wrestler knock hin down .The undertaker always had a dark side which you could believe and he was a world heavyweight champion and tag team champion but its his wrestlemania record 23 -2 that stands out and like me his matches were the highlight so i sulute you and hope to see you induced in wee hall of fame ,thanks for the memories.

Sunday, 2 April 2017


The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is releasing a 13 track album called The Anarchy Aria,s featuring singer,s from English National Opera which has favorites by The Sex Pistol,s,The Clash ,Buzzcock,s . The move to do this was inspired by Sex Pistol,s bass guitarist Glen Matlock and is due out in june this year.-READ MORE

Discovery of new predatory dinosaur species gives new insight on their evolution

Jayc Sedlmayr, PhD, Assistant Professor of Cell Biology & Anatomy at LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans School of Medicine, was part of an international team of scientists who discovered a new tyrannosaur with an unusual mode of evolution. Their findings include that Daspletosaurus horneri, or "Horner's Frightful Lizard," evolved directly from its geologically older relative, D. torosus, a rare form of evolution called anagenesis where one species gradually morphs into a new one. The research also changes the face of tyrannosaurs, which the team concluded was covered by a lipless mask of large, flat scales, with smaller patches of armor-like skin and horn, as well as a highly touch-sensitive snout. The work is published online in Nature Research's Scientific Reports.
The team, led by Thomas Carr, PhD, of Carthage College's Department of Biology, also included Dr. David Varricchio of Montana State University, Dr. Eric Roberts of James Cook University and Dr. Jason Moore of the University of New Mexico. Dr. Carr is an expert on the evolution and growth of Tyrannosaurus rex and its closest relatives, collectively called tyrannosaurs.
LSU Health New Orleans' Dr. Jayc Sedlmayr, an evolutionary biologist whose research is in evolutionary anatomy, provided the biological non-boney anatomical perspective and interpretation. -READ MORE


The following were discovered on Woolacombe Beach,Devon  numerous small empty bottles ,some had straw,s in and had -GLOXI 10 ML -on label which is a so called height enhancer.-READ MORE ABOUT GLOXI


Thousand,s of Blue Jellyfish like creature,s known as Velella a  or by common name By-The-Wind-Sailor,s .These fish have a stiff jelly -like oval disc with a distinct sail arising from middle ,suspended from the disc,s  is a large central feeding polp with mouth, numerous tentacles around the fringe with stinging cell,s to capture prey ,grow up to 10 cm long and normally live on the ocean flor preying on small plankton.This was at Woolacombe Beach,Devon.-read more about velella

Meet SAM, the bricklaying robot


Gardener,s at Exeter University have managed to cultivate banana,s by playing them electronic music track,s and chart song,s .The banana plant has been growing in the University ground,s since 2012 ans has now started to produce fruit.

Gibraltar- keep british

British Overseas Territory
Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory and headland, on Spain's south coast. It’s dominated by the Rock of Gibraltar, a 426m-high limestone ridge. First settled by the Moors in the Middle Ages and later ruled by Spain, the outpost was ceded to the British in 1713. Layers of fortifications include the remains of a 14th-century Moorish Castle and the 18th century Great Siege Tunnels, which were expanded in WWII.
Dialing code+350
Area6.8 km²
Population30,001 (2012) UNdata
CurrenciesPound sterling, Gibraltar pound

end of an era

Today I have had to stop doing the various blogs i have done due to a site i have used for years suddenly changed how to access information....