On This Day in History…

Mysterious Venezuela Fire: Almost Fifty Thousand Voting Machines Burned

Mysterious Venezuela Fire: Almost Fifty Thousand Voting Machines Burned

A fire allegedly set by an armed commando group seeking the removal of Venezuela President Nicolás Maduro destroyed most of the South American nation's voting machines that were kept at the election council's main warehouse. The government-backed National Electoral Council reported that Saturday's blaze obliterated 49,323 voting machines at the facility in the capital, Caracas. The fire also destroyed nearly 50,000 fingerprint readers and 600 computers. 'We have ...
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Wikipedia Airbrushes List of Climate Sceptic Scientists Out of History

Wikipedia Airbrushes List of Climate Sceptic Scientists Out of History

Wikipedia has deleted its ‘List of Scientists Who Disagree with the Scientific Consensus on Global Warming’. Stalin — who set the template for airbrushing inconvenient people out of history — would no doubt have heartily approved of this wanton act of censorship. But what would probably have pleased him more is the magnificently twisted justification offered by the editor responsible. “The result was delete. This is because I ...
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BC CDC Radio Frequency Toolkit Release Warns Correlation Between Infertility and Cell Phone Usage

BC CDC Radio Frequency Toolkit Release Warns Correlation Between Infertility and Cell Phone Usage

'A Radio frequency Toolkit for Environmental Health Practitioners' released by the British Columbia CDC stated that “the epidemiological studies of men assessed for infertility were consistent in demonstrating decreased sperm motility associated with increased use of mobile phones” and “biological effects on sperm motility related to RF exposure.” Radiofrequency (RF) is a frequency within the electromagnetic spectrum in the range of 3kHz-300GHz, that is used for radio transmission. Included ...
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Porton Down Lab is Founded: The Chemical and Germ Warfare Lab that Used Animals and Humans as Lab Rats

Porton Down Lab is Founded: The Chemical and Germ Warfare Lab that Used Animals and Humans as Lab Rats

On 7 March 1916, Sergeant Major Dobbs of the Royal Engineers, the first person to carry out defense operations at the site, reported for duty at Porton Down. Since then, the work at Porton Down has developed and evolved, with the Defense Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) now present on the 7000 acres of defence-owned property. (The Mirror) The 7,000 acre site, near Salisbury, is one ...
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Alexander Graham Bell, who Stole the Invention from Antonio Meucci, Patents the Telephone

Alexander Graham Bell, who Stole the Invention from Antonio Meucci, Patents the Telephone

(Wikipedia) By 1874, Bell's initial work on the harmonic telegraph had entered a formative stage, with progress made both at his new Boston "laboratory" (a rented facility) and at his family home in Canada a big success. While working that summer in Brantford, Bell experimented with a "phonautograph", a pen-like machine that could draw shapes of sound waves on smoked glass by tracing their vibrations. Bell thought ...
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