Original taken from andreyvadjra in the Details of the capture of Ukrainian saboteurs to Crimea
According to the FSB, in the North of Crimea were two armed incident, which involved agents of the main intelligence Directorate (Gur) of the Ministry of defense of Ukraine. On the night of August 7, a group of seven armed men who were dressed in the camouflage of Soviet design, inflatable boats were transported via the Gulf of Perekop and planted near Armyansk.
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No, well first I was livelier. Creative, with anguish. And this is not something. The silence at all. Although nine days have passed since the explosion Sheremet “Subaru”, which belongs to Alena Pritula, which in turn belongs to the “Ukrainian truth”. I leafed through the news feed on the nepolzhivye the Internet newspaper of the country. Generally no mention of the investigation of the explosion. Only missiles detonated in the valiant concern “Ukroboronprom”. Killed a NATO spokesman. By the way, the first time the ATO. At least, officially.
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Original taken from analitic into Pellets of explosives
The HMX is a powerful explosive often used as detonators for nuclear weapons or rocket fuel. During the Second world war, Chinese guerrillas fought the Japanese invaders, and they needed to find a way discreet transportation of explosives for blasting Japanese fortifications and military units. The Chinese invented a simple and ingenious method: mixing the mixture with flour. What happened, looked directly as flour and does not look like explosives.
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A comet passing through the atmosphere creates a vacuum channel.
(I must say that in the previous calculations I screwed up, overestimated the length and width of the channel)
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In 1988 Professor, Harvard school of public Health, John Cairns and his collaborators made the following message in the influential journal “Nature”: “He is possible that in cells there is a mechanism that selects the desired mutation.” [J. Cairns, J. Overbaugh, and S. Miller, 1988, Nature, 335, pp. 142-145]
Cairns and his staff put such an experiment: they created a strain of bacteria unable to digest lactose (milk sugar), and then fed them exclusively on lactose. It was expected that in these conditions, in the absence of suitable food, the bacteria cannot reproduce and will remain in the inactive state. Instead, some bacteria have mutated one of their genes so that he began to produce the enzyme that helps to digest lactose, these bacteria mutants were perfectly reproduce. The researchers, amazed by his discovery (“I can’t believe this could happen”), underscore the far-reaching conclusions, Continue reading “About directed mutation”