Thought for the day

NASA, DARPA Testing Nuclear Engine For Future Mars Missions MikeRivero Fri, 01/27/2023 - 07:10

NASA and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) announced a plan on Tuesday to test out a nuclear-powered thermal rocket engine which will enable NASA-crewed missions to Mars, according to NASA.

Known as '2023 BU', this space rock was only discovered by NASA scientists on Saturday, and is set to pass by our planet's surface at about 00:30 GMT (19:30 ET).

It will race past at 33,000 mph at a distance of 6,500 miles (10,500 km) from the Earth's centre. 

James Webb Space Telescope suffers another hitch: Instrument down malterwitty Thu, 01/26/2023 - 11:16

The Near Infrared Imager and Slitless Spectrograph (NIRISS) on NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is currently offline, and all science observations using the instrument will have to be rescheduled as engineers try to repair the thing.

Deborah Birx Openly Admits to Lying About the COVID Vaccines to Manipulate the American People MikeRivero Thu, 01/26/2023 - 10:21

One of the strangest parts of the COVID-19 pandemic has been all of the public health “experts” who openly lied to the American people while expecting to be lauded as heroes in response. Certainly, most have witnessed Dr.

Crushed Bug "Additive" Is Now Included In Pizza, Pasta, MikeRivero Thu, 01/26/2023 - 09:55

As of yesterday, a food additive made out of powdered crickets began appearing in foods from pizza, to pasta to cereals across the European Union.

Yes, really.

New research by top US government scientists has found that people exposed to the widely used weed killing chemical glyphosate have biomarkers in their urine linked to the development of cancer and other diseases.

Bees are likely to be at high risk from exposure to glyphosate, the most widely used weedkiller in the world, via contaminated wildflower nectar and pollen after pre-harvest spraying (desiccation), according to new research from Trinity College Dublin and Dublin City University scientists in Ireland.

A recent update to the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) electrocardiogram (EKG) test limits for pilots has some aviation and medical experts questioning if the FAA’s move is concerned that COVID-19 vaccine injuries may be contributing to an ongoing shortage of pilots.