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NASA's recent 'red alert'

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Obama to Nation: Terrorist Threat to U.S. Is 'Evolving' - Here's how to get ready
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US army is getting prepared for what could be "The End of America". Massive round of terror attacks and there is a very alarming chance that they could be on US soil already planning their attacks. They're here in masses and the goverment cannot protect you. Bill O'Reilly shows you what you must do to protect your family from this terrorist threat.

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Plato had no "system". Aristotle had no "system".[3][4] In the 19th century the French physicist Nicolas Léonard Sadi Carnot, who studied thermodynamics, pioneered the development of the concept of a "system" in the natural sciences. In 1824 he studied the system which he called the working substance (typically a body of water vapor) in steam engines, in regards to the system's ability to do work when heat is applied to it. The working substance could be put in contact with either a boiler, a cold reservoir (a stream of cold water), or a piston (to which the working body could do work by pushing on it). In 1850, the German physicist Rudolf Clausius generalized this picture to include the concept of the surroundings and began to use the term "working body" when referring to the system. The biologist Ludwig von Bertalanffy (1901-1972) became one of the pioneers of the general systems theory. In 1945 he introduced models, principles, and laws that apply to generalized systems or their subclasses, irrespective of their particular kind, the nature of their component elements, and the relation or 'forces' between them.[5] Norbert Wiener (1894-1964) and Ross Ashby (1903-1972), who pioneered the use of

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