Florida company is attempting to combat the aging process

SOURCE: RT A Florida-based company is attempting to combat the aging process by harvesting the blood of young people and transfusing it into patients 30 years old and above in a dubious new fad sweeping the US. Ambrosia, founded in 2016 by Stanford Medical School graduate Jesse Karmazin, has already established transfusion centers in five cities … Read moreFlorida company is attempting to combat the aging process

Gunman hit with “ultrasonic waves”

SOURCE: CNN.COM (CNN)The gunman who killed an officer in Northern California left behind a letter accusing the Davis police department of hitting him with “ultrasonic waves.” A man on a bicycle shot Davis police Officer Natalie Corona, 22, Thursday night as she responded to a triple-car crash in the city of Davis. He was later found … Read moreGunman hit with “ultrasonic waves”

Pennsylvania Police blocking access to its policy on monitoring social media

SOURCE: ACTIVIST POST By Andrew Christy, Criminal Justice and Poverty Attorney, ACLU of Pennsylvania “Sunshine is the best disinfectant.” That’s a line that is used so much that it’s become almost trite. But it’s oft-repeated because it is so true. And here in the Keystone State, the Pennsylvania State Police is doing everything in its power to … Read morePennsylvania Police blocking access to its policy on monitoring social media

American embassies purchased data forensics software and various tactical spy equipment

SOURCE: INTELNEWS.ORG The Chinese government says it is seeking explanations from Washington after a leaked procurement database showed that American embassies purchased data forensics software and various tactical spy equipment. The purported database was published on December 21 by the international anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks, founded by Julian Assange, who is accused by some in the United States of … Read moreAmerican embassies purchased data forensics software and various tactical spy equipment

Chinese researchers have turned cheap copper to gold

SOURCE: SCMP.COM A team of Chinese researchers have turned cheap copper into a new material “almost identical” to gold, according to a study published in the peer-reviewed journal Science Advances on Saturday. The discovery will significantly reduce the use of rare, expensive metals in factories, said the authors. Professor Sun Jian and colleagues at the Dalian Institute of … Read moreChinese researchers have turned cheap copper to gold