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Ellie's World Archives 2019

Ellie's Video Blogs 2019

Wednesday November 20, 2019     6:30 PM EDT

Ellie's World Blogs
Wednesday in Politics
Simulation Theory
The Mandela Effect (YouTube)

CNN Impeachment Coverage

Prince Andrew steps back from public duties after his much-criticized interview about Jeffrey Epstein ties

Egypt's parliament amended its antiquities protection law to impose tougher jail sentences and higher fines for smuggling antiquities out of the country, and for the first time criminalizes climbing the country's monuments.


Are we living in a computer simulation - a real Matrix - without knowing it?


Hubble studies gamma-ray burst with the highest energy ever seen

Photos show evidence of life on Mars, Ohio entomologist claims

Breaking the limits: Discovery of the highest-energy photons from a gamma-ray burst

Outback telescope captures Milky Way center, discovers remnants of dead stars

Stellar Death Releases Some of the Highest-Energy Light Ever Seen

Black Holes Grow Hair, Then Go Bald Again

What If Space-Time Were 'Chunky'? It Would Forever Change the Nature of Reality.

Neptune's Wobbling Moons Are Locked in a Never-Before-Seen Orbital Dance

First Global Map of Saturn's Moon Titan Reveals Secrets of Earth's ‘Deranged' Twin


New study reveals secrets of Wolfe Creek Crater one of the largest meteorite impact craters in Australia and the second largest on Earth from which meteorite fragments have been recovered (the largest is Meteor Crater in Arizona in the United States).

Icebergs as a source of nutrients

Lake Erie provides drinking water for more people than any other, but algae blooms are making it toxic

New geologic modeling method explains collapse of ancient mountains in American West

Rising sea levels are swallowing Outer Banks beaches, new report says

Archaeologists Race to Preserve Artifacts as the Ice Melts in Mongolia


Beautifully Preserved Skull of 'Biblical Snake' with Hind Legs Discovered

New fossils shed light on how snakes got their bite and lost their legs

Ancient komodo dragon-like animals had heads proportionally larger than dinosaurs

Today's Events, Birthdays and Quotes

November 20, 1942

Joe Biden 47th US Vice President - Videos

Look ... freedom is an overwhelming American notion.
The idea that we want to see the world, the peoples of
the world free, is something that all of us subscribe to.

Joe Biden Quotes

November 20, 1929 - June 6, 1968

Robert F. Kennedy Politician, Lawyer - Videos

Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.

Robert F. Kennedy Quotes 1

Robert F. Kennedy Quotes 2

November 20, 1988

Rhys Wakefield - Videos - Filmography

I got to learn what does and doesn't work on screen.
The turnaround is so fast, there's no messing around.
You have to be on the ball.

Rhys Wakefield Quotes

November 20, 1971

Joel McHale - Videos - Filmography

I don't think the NFL had the slightest intention of drafting me,
except as maybe a water boy.

Joel McHale Quotes

November 20, 1975

Dierks Bentley - Country Musician - Videos - Discography

Country music has always been the best shrink that 15 bucks can buy.

Dierks Bentley Quotes

November 20, 1948

Richard Masur - Videos - Filmography (80 Films)

You have to give people the opportunity to prove themselves at any age.

Richard Masur Quotes

November 20, 1889 - September 28, 1953

Edwin Powell Hubble - Videos

Edwin Hubble was an American astronomer -
discovered galaxies beyond the Milky Way.

Hubble Telescope

The great spirals apparently lie outside our stellar system.

Edwin Powell Hubble Quotes

Tuesday November 19, 2019     7:00 PM EDT

Supernova 1987A: 'Blob' hides long-sought remnant from star blast

There's a network of invisible filaments across the universe, creating a previously unknown order to all the galaxies: Small ones are aligned with it, while big ones flip and turn sideways

Hibernating astronauts would need smaller spacecraft

Earth's magnetic song recorded for the first time during a solar storm

A Radar Station in Puerto Rico Can See Ice on Mercury

First detection of sugars in meteorites gives clues to origin of life

What's Inside a Black Hole?

Blowtorch jets from a black hole drive starbirth

Mira, the Pulsing 'Wonderful Star,' Flashes into Sight This Week

Physicists Just Created the Most Detailed Simulation of the Universe in History

Light-sensing camera may help detect extraterrestrial life, dark matter


From sci-fi to science lab: Holograms you can 'feel. Scientists in Britain say they can make even more realistic 3-D versions - a butterfly, a globe, an emoji - which can be seen with the naked eye, heard and even felt without the need for any virtual reality systems

Physicists Just Created the Most Detailed Simulation of the Universe in History


Humans light 85 percent of bushfires, and we do virtually nothing to stop it

Saving 'half Earth' for nature would affect over a billion people


As African Art Thrives, Museums Grapple With Legacy of Colonialism

Over 140 New Nazca Lines Have Been Discovered, And We Finally Have Clues to Their Use

Ancient Humanoid-Shaped Nazca Line Discovered in Peruvian Desert

Mesopotamia: The Land Between Two Rivers

Archaeologists find a 3,000-year-old megalithic temple that was used to stage 'pagan rituals of water worship' in ancient Peru


New finding on origin of avian predentary in Mesozoic birds


Conspiracy theorists actively seek out their online communities

"A Warning "Anonymous' This book offers eye-popping insider details

The flat-Earth conspiracy is spreading around the globe. Does it hide a darker core?


Ayahuasca compound changes brainwaves to vivid 'waking-dream' state

A Rare Genetic Disorder Turned These Siblings' Blood 'Milky' White

Research shows 'bad cholesterol' is only as unhealthy as its composition

Here's What Sugar Does to Your Brain


Calculate Your Dog's Age With This New, Improved Formula


Werner Doehner, Last Survivor of the Hindenburg Disaster, Dies at Age 90

Today's Events, Birthdays and Quotes

November 19, 1959

Allison Janney - Videos - Filmography

An agent once told me he didn't know what to do with me,
but I knew he was wrong and I would make my own success.

Allison Janney Quotes

November 19, 1962

Jodie Foster - Videos - Filmography

I cannot believe in God when there is no scientific evidence
for the existence of a supreme being and creator.

Jodie Foster Quotes 1

Jodie Foster Quotes 2

November 19, 1961

Meg Ryan - Videos - Filmography

I have a very good life, so I have nothing to complain about.
Sometimes, I just have existential angst.

Meg Ryan Quotes

November 19, 1954

Kathleen Quinlan - Videos - . Filmography

I filmed underwater for two days in the open ocean with dolphins.

Kathleen Quinlan Quotes

November 19, 1942

Calvin Klein - Fashion Designer - Videos

The best thing is to look natural, but it takes makeup to look natural.

Calvin Klein Quotes

November 19, 1983

Daria Werbowy - Videos

Daria Werbowy is a Canadian-Ukrainian model.
Werbowy's clients include Lancome, Prada, Yves Saint-Laurent,
Gucci, Valentino, Versace, Louis Vuitton and Chanel.

Sometimes you just fall in love with a specific designer's fashions.

Daria Werbowy Quotes

November 19, 1956

Ann Curry - Videos - Career

American television personality, news journalist and photojournalist.

I choose to fill my days with what I'm passionate about, and live with purpose.

Ann Curry Quotes

November 19, 1938

Ted Turner - Videos

Media mogul, philanthropist and the founder of CNN.

I didn't get here for my acting... but my love of media as a means of communication.

My son is now an "entrepreneur." That's what you're called when you don't have a job.

Ted Turner Quotes

November 19, 1933

Larry King CNN former TV Host - Videos

Communications is the number one major in America today.

Larry King Quotes

November 19, 1922 - December 5, 1995

Stanley Runcorn

Keith Runcorn was a British physicist whose paleomagnetic reconstruction
of the relative motions of Europe and America revived the theory of
continental drift and was a major contribution to plate tectonics.

The universe flows, carrying with it milky ways and worlds, Gondwanas and Eurasias, inconsistent visions and clumsy systems. But the good conceptual models, these serena templa of intelligence on which several masters have worked, never disappear entirely. They are the great legacy of the past. They linger under more and more harmonious forms and actually never cease to change. They bring solace by the great art that is inseparable from them. Their permanence relies on the immortal poetry of truth, of the truth that is given to us in minute amounts, foretelling an order whose majesty dominates time and space until it no longer exists.

Stanley Runcorn

November 19, 1922 - March 31, 1999

Yuri Knorosov - Linguist - Video

Mayan cosmology contains within it the explanation for our current
global transformation, and possibilities for how we can survive it.

Yuri Knorosov