Alex Jones has been banned from tweeting after he posted a link to a video of himself calling on President Trump to “take action” against tech companies censoring his content.
Astrophysics researchers from the University of Charleston, South Carolina, led by Dr. Jon Hakkila have discovered an anomaly in the behavior of the light curves of extremely powerful gamma-ray bursts, which they say exhibit complex, time-reversible wavelike structures.
read the article.. https://www.infowars.com/time-flows-backwards-during-star-collapse-study/
don’t get me wrong, currently a push for depopulation is truly needed, beginning with those who push for depopulation — lets start with them and then will see. but overall there’s no need to worry — the universe expands faster than we can populate it. in any case no religions should be allowed in other planets, it will eliminate many problems, and it also means that less than 1/10 of population can move on. the rest can pray for salvation. i praise the move that recently religious fixation has been decided to be a type of mental illness.. all of them should fall into the same category, not only extreme cases, but technically not all are truly religious neither — it’s just a business.. big business.
i do notice many grammatical errors in my writings, after reading them again, but if the errors aren’t changing the meaning i intended to convey then in most cases i leave the errors unedited.. because i have more important things to do. as a writer i have spent on some of my books so much time in seeking out errors, reading the books over and over and over again, that if i count whole the spent time on editing out the errors then i could have used that time in getting deeper understanding in one entire field of science. so, this is my excuse. i am not a native speaker of english — i began learning it properly only in exile, after leaving my country some 20 years ago. thus, my vocabulary is a bit limited too. it is especially clear while watching my videos — i don’t have time to edit videos, so i shoot them as is, in one cut and from first time, and that creates a pressure to find the right words fast.. and thus the many general substitution words instead of precise vocabulary. to recall a precise word for something i may need more than few seconds, which on video would be a too long silence. actually i write more fluently, not faster – just more easily, because i’m not under the pressure to get it all right from the first attempt, and if necessary i can pause to find the right word from dictionary, or to verify a word to make sure it is exactly what i mean, not ambiguous in the context. during video recording, if i realize that the exact meaning of a word needs to be verified, even if i seem to be knowing the word well, i prefer to use a general substitution word, where possible.. if not, then i explain the same thing over in other words, or clarify the subject in different ways. i do correct my writings sometimes, the next day usually, if i feel that a sentence may be confusing, to make the precise point, to convey my way of thinking more clearly. thus, if you’re a subscriber and have received an email, then it will be a good idea to visit my blog and read the latest version of an article. small irrelevant mistakes of grammar won’t grant my time to log into my blog, to wait the blog to download on my slow android device and disappearing internet connection, to edit, save etc. — each correction may take 5 to 10 minutes. (when working online my tablet also keeps freezing and crashing, several times a day, like under attack by hackers. this could make an editing of a single symbol in the blog more like a half an hour mission. knowing that i always work on several devices at time, and the restarting period of a crashed device i use for working on other devices, continuing to listen a lecture for example. this makes the 5-10 minute loss on editing a fair estimate). now you understand why i leave so many errors in. i do notice them.. but i came to compromise that i rather learn new things than spend this time on insignificant corrections on my blog.
.. please bear with me, i’m tinkering with youtube settings to make the annoyingly wrong subtitles almost invisible — there’s no option to switch off the subtitles completely. now i’ve set on youtube both the text and background of the captions the same color and semi-transparent.. will see if it uploads/saves the video this way. maybe it only works for my own view of the videos — youtube has not specified that.
strangely, only the main camera videos show subtitles, while backup camera videos have none.. it should mean that the main camera or the wifi file-transfer adapter is producing the subtitles and adding to videos automatically. the manuals have no information about it, so i need to keep testing to find the source.
i’m still wondering where all these wrong subtitles are coming from. i decided to upload the full size video from the main camera. to transfer files from main camera i’m using a wifi device which is not original to the camera, and which has an option to reduce the file size eight times — it is perfect for sharing videos online, but perhaps also the source of the wrong subtitles.
a note: the main camera and backup camera are both chinese average-quality 4k (supposedly 4k, in theory) camcorders, but different models. due to my cheap android devices, which aren’t capable of viewing 4k/2k videos, i only shoot FHD and HD videos.
a note: if you see subtitles on the video then these are automatic by youtube — i have not written any subtitles. many words written by a robot are completely wrong, not those words which i was saying.. so, better switch off subtitles and listen to what i am saying.
just a reminder, some of the videos which i have posted on the YE blog, mainly by youtube platform, are duplicated on my vimeo account — https://vimeo.com/youthextension — in case they get blocked or removed. so, enjoy, there’s over 100 selected videos posted on YE blog in the few years i’ve been active here.. https://youthextension.wordpress.com/category/all-videos/
in dollar bills..
– on Vimeo you can download videos directly.
– on YouTube there a restrictions, but for Windows there are several programs allowing to download anyway. for android system there’s only one app (to my knowledge) which allows to download videos from YouTube, called TubeMate — any ‘TubeMate’ on Google Play does not work with YouTube — these are there all fake. for your android phone or tablet you will need to download real TubeMate from an external source..