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  1. 2018 in cinema russian movie , but looks n1
  2. so, this week begin the 2018 soccer world cup in Russia from 14.June - 15.July here are all team and result, updated daily Group A Group B Group C Group D Russia Portugal France Argentina Saudi Arabia Spain Australia Iceland Egypt Morocco Peru Croatia Uruguay IR Iran Denmark Nigeria Group E Group F Group G Group H Brazil Germany Belgium Poland Switzerland Mexico Panama Senegal Costa Rica Sweden Tunisia Colombia Serbia Korea Republic England Japan First game: 14.June Russia 5:0 Saudi Arabia 15.June IR Iran 1:0 Morocco Egypt 0:1 Uruguay Portugal 3:3 Spain
  3. As you may heard, CNN released a new documentary about President of Russia accusing him of being "the most dangerous man in the world, KGB guy ..." it was full of epic and dramatic music, just like you're watching an action movie from the 70s literally. While Putin is indeed powerful, the documentary was seen as another try by CNN to portray him as warmongering psychopathic mad man. The platform along with western media in general yet never or rarely talk about Steve Bannon, White House chief strategist in the Trump administration and Trump's personal right hand, who's considered by many intellectuals as the real most dangerous man in the world with his extreme ideology. Former host of 'Breaking the Set', a show that was broadcasted on RT America network Abby Martin is one of those intellectuals, and she explains why in a 26 min video of her a weekly investigative news program 'Empire Files' on teleSUR English and YouTube. So who do you think is most dangerous man in the world, Putin or Bannon ? https://youtu.be/HelSaMSy8HY
  4. The beta phase for Tom Clancy’s The Division begins next week and Ubisoft has not revealed yet the official requirements for the PC version. However, it appears that the specs have already been leaked online. According to Steam’s members, Ubisoft Russia has revealed the game’s PC requirements, and you can read them below. Since the Steam page has not been updated yet, this story could be a rumour. Tom Clancy’s The Division PC Requirements Minimum Requirements: Operating System: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (only 64-bit versions) Processor: Intel Core i5 2400 3.1 GHz or AMD FX @ 6100 @ 3.3 GHz RAM: 6 GB Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 or Radeon HD 7770 AMD (2GB VRAM) Hard Drive: 40 GB DirectX: DirectX June 2010 Sound Card: DirectX compatible Input Devices: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, controller (optional) Recommended Requirements Operating System: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (only 64-bit versions) Processor: Intel Core i7-3770 @ 3.5 GHz or AMD FX-8350 @ 4.0GHz RAM: 8 GB Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 (4 GB) or AMD Radeon R9 290 (4 GB) or better Hard Drive: 40 GB DirectX: DirectX June 2010 Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c support Input Devices: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, controller (optional) Supported Video Cards at Release NVIDIA GeForce GTX 500 series: GeForce GTX 560 (2 GB VRAM) or better GeForce GTX 600 series: GTX 660 GeForce or better GeForce GTX 700 series: GTX 760 GeForce or better GeForce GTX 900 / Titan series: GeForce GTX 960 or better AMD Radeon HD7000 series: Radeon HD7770 (2 GB VRAM) or better Radeon 200 series: Radeon R9 270 or better Radeon 300 / Fury X series: Radeon R9 370 or better Source http://www.dsogaming.com/news/rumour-tom-clancys-the-division-pc-requirements-revealed-by-ubisoft-russia/
  5. Russia comes under fire by animal rights activists for their treatment of bears in the country and this clip shows why. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoSYnt7jGlQ The video shows a heavily domesticated bear wearing a skirt, walking around on a leash led by a man. This "pet" is so tame that people give the animal food from their hands and the bear just sedately takes it. The clip shows the animal riding a scooter through the town before entering a polling station, where people there fuss it and give it treats. The animal is kept very close to it's owner and is also muzzled. Bears are not meant to be domesticated and are loners by nature, meaning they don't need to be in constant company like this one will be. Although it's possible to acclimatise a grizzly bear like this one to your presence, they are still incredibly strong, with big teeth and claws. Bears are often dressed up and walked around as tourist attractions in the country, and bears kept in zoos are not always treated well; for example, keeping the animals in small cages half submerged in flood water. In Moscow, however, there is a centre helping out orphaned bears. They are fed up to a healthy weight and taught how to fend for themselves in the wild. Source http://www.mirror.co.uk/
  6. Footage of the Baltic Sea appears to have captured a cluster of flying orange UFOs before they vanish into thin air https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwAVcvGHEgs A new video uploaded to YouTube appears to show strange lights in the sky, hovering above the Baltic Sea on Russia's western edge. The 'cluster' of UFOs were filmed at sunset which, according the the video's creator, is the best time to catch UFOs. "When the sun is setting, the light that bends around the cloak will no longer work for a few minutes," wrote Scott C. Waring from ufosightingsdaily.com. "This is why so many are seen during this time of the day," he wrote. In the video, the glowing lights hang in the sky for a period of time, before vanishing - seemingly into thin air. Strange glimmering lights were spotted in the sky above the Baltic Sea According to the video, which was uploaded to YouTube last week, the sighting took place on August 5, 2015. It's possible that the craft could be the latest top secret Russian military hardware being tested under the steely gaze of premiere Vladimir Putin, or it could just be a few weather balloons out for a casual fly. "Welcome to Earth" Source http://www.mirror.co.uk/ Reporter Comment: The title make me
  7. Watch the first 70% of th video, the second 70% is not that good.
  8. A Trip to Mars -- Without Leaving Russia A simulated mission to Mars is drawing to a close in Moscow after 520 days. The test astronauts will be weak and pale, but an international team of researchers has learned a number of vital medical lessons. Now German scientists hope to start a more modern test of manned space flight near. Diego Urbina, a 26-year-old Italian with Colombian roots, and five other human guinea pigs will climb out of their mock Russian spaceship on Friday in Moscow. When they do -- rather pale after almost one and a half years without sunlight -- one of the longest isolation experiments in the world will be over. Urbina and his colleagues have simulated a mission to Mars and back. Cut off from the outside world, the crew received radio messages from ground control. Sometimes the messages arrived after a 20-minute delay, just as if their spaceship were floating through space, millions of miles away. Of course, the six pseudo-astronauts never really left the planet. But when they emerge on Friday at the Moscow-based Institute for Biomedical Problems (IBMP), the safety measures will imitate measures needed for a real mission to Mars. Only hand-picked television crews from Russia, Western Europe and China will be allowed to film the end of the experiment. Reporters even had to submit a medical certificate of good health, because the test subjects' immune systems are thought to be so weakened that they won't even withstand the pathogens of an otherwise harmless cold. Health Dividends on Earth Just under 17 months ago, researchers closed the hatch of the earth-bound Mars module, leaving three men from Russia -- as well as one each from France, Italy and China -- inside. The crew wasn't exposed to weightlessness or dangerous cosmic radiation, so the mission will produce only modest findings when it comes to long-term space missions. But medical scientists in Germany are still excited. Their curiosity mainly involves efforts to combat terrestrial afflictions. "For example," says Jens Titze, a medical researcher at the University of Erlangen in Bavaria, "for the first time in a long-term study, we were able to establish that consuming too much salt stimulates high blood pressure." Titze gradually reduced the daily salt ration provided to Urbina and his colleagues in the Mars module and followed how their blood pressure dropped in parallel. Titze hopes that having less salt in their diets will extend the lives of many thousands of people with high blood pressure. "In the United States," he says, "a projected 50,000 heart attacks could be prevented each year, saving the US health-care system $10 billion to $24 billion." Researchers at Berlin's Charité Hospital also tested a new temperature sensor. The device, attached to the forehead, aims to monitor patients who have recently undergone surgery, to recognize dangerous fevers early on. "Until now, that was always done with rectal probes," explains Hanns-Christian Gunga, a specialist in space medicine. "It wasn't particularly popular." Such space research makes it possible to keep young, extremely fit test subjects essentially in a cage. The scientists don't mind. "Otherwise," Titze says, "we only observe sick people." Germans are planning the next space-travel coup -- this time in Porz, a neighborhood of Cologne, instead of Moscow. The German Aerospace Center (DLR) is building a test facility like no other in the world. Test subjects selected according to criteria similar to those in Russia will be closed off from the outside world before long, to simulate space flight. The €30 million ($41 million) project is called "envihab." It consists of five interlinked modules covering approximately 3,500 square meters (38,000 square feet). It even makes a human centrifuge available to researchers. The project should launch in two years. Test subjects in Cologne will spend 60 days in a horizontal position as they simulate a space flight to an asteroid as part of a mission dubbed "Osteogeneration." Researchers hope to learn more about why bones atrophy as people age. With such projects, the facility has attracted interest from potential partners that wouldn't otherwise be suspected of harboring cosmic ambitions. The health insurance company Barmer GEK, and the Asklepios hospital group, want to collaborate with the DLR. 'Something Unexpected' German scientists are also pleased that they will no longer have to rely on the now somewhat antiquated "Mars500" module in Moscow. "With our health-related research," Titze explains, "we had a focus that didn't quite fit with our Russian partners The corruption and arbitrary state power they confronted in Russia also bothered the Germans. Russian customs officials, for example, delayed the processing of a shipment of German cooling devices by five months. The process was only set back on track after the German ambassador intervened. "If our truck full of research instruments is stuck on the border for 10 days in the Russian winter," Titze complains, "it isn't all that conducive to the reliability of our planning." In contrast, after 520 strictly regimented days, 1,000 urine samples and 1,500 ready-made meals, test subject Diego Urbina can hardly wait to finally get out from under the thumb of the researchers in Moscow. "The thing I missed the most," the Italian says, "was simply having something unexpected happen." Source and for more Pic´s DJ

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