Day: May 14, 2020

Coronavirus came from METEORITE which hit China last yearThe Unknown

Coronavirus came from METEORITE which hit China last year

Coronavirus was carried into the Earth’s atmosphere on a fragment of comet which spewed out “hundreds of trillions” of viral
$138M DOD Contract: ApiJect Will Supply Prefilled Coronavirus Syringes with RFID GPS Tracking and ConfirmationFeatured News

$138M DOD Contract: ApiJect Will Supply Prefilled Coronavirus Syringes with RFID GPS Tracking and Confirmation

ApiJect Systems Corp. is dedicated to making injectable medicines safe and available for everyone. By using high-speed, high-volume Blow-Fill-Seal plastics
Michigan official says ANY protester brandishing a firearm should be arrested at protestInteresting News

Michigan official says ANY protester brandishing a firearm should be arrested at protest

Protesters in Michigan planning to rally at the state Capitol on Thursday are being warned that if they brandish firearms
Washington state restaurants ordered to keep detailed logs of customers when reopening after coronavirusFeatured News

Washington state restaurants ordered to keep detailed logs of customers when reopening after coronavirus

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s office on Monday issued a set of coronavirus requirements that restaurants must abide by when they
FBI mistakenly reveals Saudi diplomat suspected of aiding 9/11 terroristsConspiracy or Not

FBI mistakenly reveals Saudi diplomat suspected of aiding 9/11 terrorists

FBI lawyers accidentally revealed the identity of a Saudi diplomat who agents have suspected helped deliver crucial support to the
Mitch McConnell pushing Senate to pass a law that would let the FBI collect Americans’ web-browsing history without a warrantBig Brother

Mitch McConnell pushing Senate to pass a law that would let the FBI collect Americans’ web-browsing history without a warrant

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is pushing forward with an amendment that would let the FBI collect records on Americans’
70 Trillion Frames Per Second: World’s fastest camera  could capture nuclear fusion and radioactive molecule decay for the first timeScience & Space

70 Trillion Frames Per Second: World’s fastest camera could capture nuclear fusion and radioactive molecule decay for the first time

Scientists say they’ve developed a camera that can record 70 trillion frames per second and could be used to capture