Mercury Rx 10-4 Code

Originally posted on SynchroMiss:

Today, Mercury went retrograde! Mercury goes retrograde about three to four times yearly. When this happens, the planet Mercury slows down, and appears to stop (station), and move backward (retrograde). During this time, we are advised to hold off on our traveling plans and signing contracts. We may also experience technical difficulties with our electronics, like our phones, computers, etc. Since Mercury rules COMMUNICATION, anything involving this may be affected.

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Mercury/Hermes rules COMMUNICATION.

Mercury Retrograde 2014Today’s date is October 4th, or 10-4. 10-4 is an APCO code for “I understand your transmission.” It’s CB radio lingo. In other words, it is a COMMUNICATION code.

10-4 Roger That

How appropriate that today’s date just happens to be 10-4/ten-four! If we flip the 10-4 to 4-10, and add 1 digit to 10, we get four-

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What is going on at Marvel? A PopWatch conspiracy theory

Originally posted on PopWatch:

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If you follow comic book news, you might’ve noticed something happening over at Marvel. You haven’t? Let’s review. There’s this:

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DC’s ‘Cyborg,’ Ray Fisher, didn’t know he was getting his own movie

Originally posted on Inside Movies:

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Nobody told Ray Fisher the plan. The 27-year-old had no idea he was set to explode into Hollywood movie stardom, top-lining as the title character in a Cyborg movie set for release in 2020. In fact, producers called the New Jersey-born theater actor on Oct. 15 with the heads-up only hours before Warner Bros. publicly revealed its slate of mega-budget superhero movies tied to the DC Cinematic Universe—Wonder Woman, The Justice League, Suicide Squad, and Shazam among them.

“I didn’t know the extent to which DC and WB had planned on taking my character,” says Fisher, who was hired in March to cameo as Cyborg in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. “When I signed on, I just wanted to be part of this world. But that specific information, I found out then and there. I didn’t think I’d be…

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The manuscript of survival – part 427

Originally posted on aisha north:

For now, the quickening you have entered will begin to manifest in a myriad of ways. Some of them will feel familiar, while others will happen in a very unexpected manner. You see, this opening that you have allowed yourself to take part in will be put to good use, and through these openings many a form of information will continue to flow in, and through this information, a whole host of related events will come into being.

Remember, you are all individuals, but by now you are so deeply connected that whatever takes place in your little personal sphere will affect those sitting in a very different location on your large but also very small planet. For you are all like one singular cell, one minuscule component of a huge and intricately constructed living organism, and as soon as one of you so much as flutter your wings slightly…

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This App Avoided Being Made Useless By Using The iPhone’s Charger (But Not For Charging)

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

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Remember Cycloramic? It was one of our favorite iOS apps last year. It allows you to take hands-free 360-degree selfie panoramics by using the iPhone’s vibrating motor to propel it around your desk.

A key component of this trick, though, was that the last few iPhones have had squared edges. Those edges allowed the phone to be placed upright for proper pano-selfie framing. Otherwise, you’re just taking a picture of your ceiling.

But wait! The iPhone 6 has round edges. It can’t stand upright on its own. Cycloramic is doomed, right?

Nope! As it turns out, people who come up with super clever ideas can also come up with super clever workarounds.

The trick? Grab your iPhone charger, rest your phone between the prongs, and fire away. Ta-da! Hands-free, 360-degree selfies on the iPhone 6, rounded edges be damned.

Is it just as slick as the iPhone 5/5s versions? Nah…

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Hacked Screenshots Show Friend-To-Friend Payments Feature Hidden In Facebook Messenger

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Facebook Messenger is all set up to allow friends to send each other money. All Facebook has to do is turn on the feature, according to screenshots and video taken using iOS app exploration developer tool Cycript by Stanford computer science student Andrew Aude.

Messenger’s payment option lets users send money in a message similar to how they can send a photo. Users can add a debit card in Messenger, or use one they already have on file with Facebook. An in-app pincode also exists for added security around payments.

Facebook Payments Select MethodIt’s unclear whether Facebook will monetize Messenger by charging a small fee for money transfers, or offer the functionality for free to drive usage of its standalone chat app. That will be up to David Marcus, the new head of Messenger who was formerly the president of PayPal.

Why Facebook chose to poach Marcus is now obvious: Facebook Messenger…

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The World’s First Genetically Modified Babies Will Graduate High School This Year

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Remember the sci-fi thriller GATTACA? For those who never saw the film and/or eschewed all pop culture in the late 90’s for some reason, it was a popular movie that came out in 1997 about genetically modified human beings. Now some literally genetically modified human babies born that same year are entering their senior year of high school.

The first successful transfer of genetic material for this purpose was published in a U.S. medical journal in 1997 and then later cited in a Human Reproduction publication in 2001. Scientists injected 30 embryos in all with a third person’s genetic material. The children who have been produced by this method actually have extra snippets of mitochondrial DNA, or mtDNA, from two mothers – meaning these babies technically have three parents.

It’s still unclear whether all 30 babies turned out healthy.  The Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science (IRMS) at St Barnabas, participants of…

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