Saturday, February 14

The St - Valentines Day Massacre - Valentine's day in 1929

Hello and welcome to Oct 29, 2014. My name is Don and I brought this movie to my blog because there is a relevant association to be made for those who like murder mysteries to solve.

Published on Dec 25, 2012
"This feature-length film is a riveting chronicle of the bloodiest day in the history of organized crime in America, and the end of Capone's stranglehold on the Windy City.
It is one of the most infamous days in American history. On Valentine's day in 1929, the streets of Chicago ran with blood as the gangs of Al Capone and Bugs Moran battled to the death.
This riveting chronicle of The St. Valentine's Day Massacre revisits the extraordinary day through extensive footage, contemporary new coverage of the killings, true-to-life re-enactments and interviews with mob experts, historians and authors. See why the long-running rivalry between Chicago's notorious crime bosses exploded into all-out war. Learn the details of Capone's diabolical plan to eliminate the entire Moran gang, and explore the reasons that it backfired--with disastrous consequences for the legendary gangster.
Against the backdrop of Prohibition, with its tommy-guns, speakeasies and bathtub gin, THE ST. VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE is one of the most fascinating stories in the long history of American crime."
Film & Animation

DNA (Menacing Microbes - Protein Models Reveal Secrets)

Published on Sep 8, 2014
Microbes are living organisms too small to be seen. While most are friendly to humans, some microbes, called pathogens, can cause disease.

Although the medical field has created miraculous antimicrobial drugs to ward them off, menacing microbes often change their protein make-up in devious ways to evade being destroyed, resulting in antibiotic resistance and
eventually "super-bugs." lead biologist on the LLNL Pathogen
Bioinformatics team Beth Vitalis explains that proteins are
diverse and dynamic biomolecules that determine how organisms thrive in changing environments. Protein modeling is a computational tool that researchers use to see microbial proteins. Using LLNL's high performance computational capabilities, 3D models are created of microbial proteins,
providing visual tools to expose microbial secrets. This information can be used to help detect, understand, and identify new ways to treat the menacing microbes.


DNA Mysteries - Search For Adam ................. (National Geographic)

Published on Feb 3, 2014



DNA - - What Darwin Never Knew - (NOVA PBS Documentary)

Published on Jul 11, 2012


The men who crashed the world ?

I sold this summer Home to buy another Home.

Over the next 30 years
I sold
my inter-disciplinary knowledge to have a secure fully paid for Home.

Guess who crashed this Home from me ?
She is holding the rope. Denise Wesley.
Where is my wealth now ?