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An astronaut was allergic to the moon. It might seem like he was in the wrong line of work. Harrison Schmitt, from the Apollo 17 mission, found out that he had a severe allergy to moon dust.
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Russia Informs Its Citizens ‘Nuclear War With the West Could Happen Soon’

As tensions rise in the middle East, an official TV channels in Russia has issued a chilling warning that war with the West could be imminent. Zvezda, a nationwide TV service run by the country’s Ministry of Defence, said last week, ‘Schizophrenics from America are sharpening nuclear weapons for Moscow.’ Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday proposed a law suspending … Continue reading

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Meteor Sightings – Separate Incidents from 4 Different Countries, Same Week

The meteor fireball scene sure seems to be picking up steam. Just a few days ago one actually impacted (crashed) offshore Australia shaking homes and terrifying residents and then a possible fireball over Scotland. IF those didn’t give you cause for pause, here are 4 completely separate fireball sightings from this same week (all the mentioned fireballs happened all in … Continue reading

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The Above Top Secret Space Program Built With Reverse-engineered Alien Technology

In 1993, during a lecture at the UCLA Alumini Center, Ben Rich, former CEO of Lockheed Martin held a very interesting speech about technological advancements in space engineering in a period of forty years. He concluded his speech with the following quote: We now have the technology to take ET home.” – Ben Rich, CEO of Lockheed Skunk Works, 1993 … Continue reading

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Which Country Has the Best ‘Programmers’?

If you ever wondered about which country produces the best programmers, wonder no more. A new report from California-based HackerRank, a service that administers tests to developers around the world, says it’s China. HackerRank offers its community of programmers, apparently 1.5 million strong, with challenges to hone their skills. It examined data from these challenges from the last few years … Continue reading

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US, China Prepare for Electronic Warfare Standoff in South China Sea

As tensions in the South China Sea region continue to rise, both the US and China appear ready and willing to engage in a contest of electronic warfare capabilities. During the last few years, China has apparently constructed a considerable number of radar installations on the South China Seas islands. These facilities, which could potentially be employed for a variety … Continue reading

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Australian Cancer Drug that ‘Melts’ Away’ Cancer Cells in Trials Approved for Use in U.S.

A NEW tablet that “melts away” certain blood cancer cells, and has seen one in five end-stage patients cancer-free, has been approved for use in the US. The announcement by the Food and Drug Administration that the drug venetoclax can be prescribed outside clinical trials for a subtype of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL), is a strong indicator that the drugs … Continue reading

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WW3 Powderkeg Ready To Explode As China Joins Russian Alliance With Assad

As the Chinese military moves into war-torn Syria, every major world superpower is now officially mobilized in the war that has on various occasions been called the powderkeg for World War 3. To be sure, all required players are now officially involved. According to state-run Chinese news outlet Xinhua, the Chinese military — citing remarks made by a high-ranking military … Continue reading

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What Will You Do When The Lights Go Out? The Inevitable Failure Of The U.S. Grid

Delta Airlines recently experienced what it called a power outage in its home base of Atlanta, Georgia, causing all the company’s computers to go offline—all of them. This seemingly minor hiccup managed to singlehandedly ground all Delta planes for six hours, stranding passengers for even longer, as Delta scrambled to reshuffle passengers after the Monday debacle. Where Delta blamed its … Continue reading

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Prepping From Fear of WW3: Russian Citizens Stocking up on Essential Supplies

Russian citizens across the country are stocking up on essential supplies like salt, matches and buckwheat in preparation for war, according to an expert who recently visited the region. Jill Dougherty, who served as CNN’s Foreign Affairs Correspondent for three decades, reveals how Russians are paranoid about a major imminent conflict in an article for the Wilson Center. After explaining … Continue reading

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1967 Solar Storm Nearly Led to Nuclear War

A powerful solar storm nearly heated the Cold War up catastrophically a half century ago, a new study suggests. The U.S. Air Force began preparing for war on May 23, 1967, thinking that the Soviet Union had jammed a set of American surveillance radars. But military space-weather forecasters intervened in time, telling top officials that a powerful sun eruption was … Continue reading

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An astronaut was allergic to the moon. It might seem like he was in the wrong line of work. Harrison Schmitt, from the Apollo 17 mission, found out that he had a severe allergy to moon dust.
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