1. Are there any engineers reading this site that can offer comment on this video? The claim is its a pipeline engineer, and this crisis is manufactured, as the oil can be made to flow with manual valves and the computer aspect is not critical.
***UPDATE*** This guy is totally wrong. It cannot be fixed manually, and a five million dollar ransom was paid right away despite protestations about it initially. In fact the pipeline had been well and truly crippled by the hackers. This is the fault of many presidents not having paid any serious attention to CYBERSEC since George Bush.
The continuing miniaturization of electronics is opening up some exciting possibilities when it comes to what we might place in our bodies to monitor and improve our health. Engineers at Columbia University have demonstrated an extreme version of this technology, developing the smallest single-chip system ever created, which could be implanted with a hypodermic needle to measure temperature inside the body, and possibly much more.
3. Randy Hillier: This Week in Covid
This week in covid:
Manitoba govt testifies PCR test has 56% false positives
CDC confirms no outdoor spread of virus
Ontario cancels Az vaccine due to injuries
Salk institute reports vaccines causing significant illnesses
UBC reports lockdowns have no benefits. #onpoli #cdnpoli
— Randy Hillier (@randyhillier) May 13, 2021
4. Gaza’s leaders are asking people not to film rockets being launched from civilian homes cause you know.. uh oh!
Authorities in Gaza are asking people not to film rockets being launched from their homes.
This shows that using homes/civilians as human shields is an official practice and one they want to continue. pic.twitter.com/OsQWwebTF1
— Tom Quiggin (@TomTSEC) May 13, 2021
5. Florida Governor DeSantis reminds us what a sane leader sounds like.
God bless Governor De Santis, and his scientific, rational approach
– if only we had more of him ?
(Jacksonville Press Conference) pic.twitter.com/lzvZVVLU35
— Ivor Cummins (@FatEmperor) May 12, 2021
Thank you all for your participation in the excellent conversation that the comments on the reader’s links have become. Today was a meeting day, so we are a little behind on posting. But there is much goodness to come.