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Fry Before You Fly: AT&T Unleashes 5G at Tampa Airport

By B.N. Frank In 2019 naval pilots voiced their concerns about high levels of electromagnetic radiation in cockpits making them vulnerable to cancer and early death.  In 2020, American senators introduced a bill to study this possibility and the U.S. Military asked that research be done to determine if exposure is disorienting pilots enough to…

B-52 Bombers Fly Over Persian Gulf As Pentagon Steps Up 'Deterrence' Warnings To Iran

US Central Command (CENTCOM) has confirmed on Wednesday that it flew B-52 “Stratofortress” bombers from Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota non-stop to the Persian Gulf in order to send a warning message to Iran. A pair of the massive bombers flew roundtrip in what Fox News described as a 30-plus-hour mission in order to “send…

Futures Fly To All-Time High On Quad Witching Day

Normally, “quad-witching” option expiration days tend to be volatile affairs resulting in bursts of volatility and occasionally aggravated downside for risk assets. Today’s quad-witch, however, will not be one of those days because while some 45% of outstanding SPX option open interest – totaling more than $2.5tln of notional – expires, the concentration of strikes…

AI Takes Autonomous Control To Fly U-2 Spy Plane Mission

The “military/industrial complex” is controlled by Technocrats who seek to use Artificial Intelligence for making war. From “super-soldiers” who are body-hacked, to weaponized robots, drones and mission-driven fighters and bombers, no area is left untouched. ⁃ Technocracy News & Trends Editor Patrick Wood By Dr. Will Roper via Popular Mechanics On December 15, the United…

Propane Supplies Fly Off Store Shelves As COVID Drives Outdoor Dining

Since the start of the virus pandemic, various consumer services such as restaurants, bars, and clubs have moved outdoors to reduce the risk of virus spread.  As a result, supplies of propane tanks have been depleted across the country as demand for small cylinder tanks jumps 75% year on year.  FT notes that hardware stores,…