DARPA looking for underground tunnels or facilities within the next 48 hours

Attention, city dwellers! We’re interested in identifying university-owned or commercially managed underground urban tunnels & facilities able to host research & experimentation. https://go.usa.gov/xVWCn It’s short notice… We’re asking for responses by Aug. 30 at 5:00 PM ET. Attention, city dwellers! We're interested in identifying university-owned or commercially managed underground urban tunnels & facilities able to … Read moreDARPA looking for underground tunnels or facilities within the next 48 hours

Is Epstein still alive and in the witness protection program? – Washington Times

The name Jeffrey Epstein has taken up most of the bandwidth in news outlets since last Saturday morning, when we were told his lifeless body was found in his Metropolitan Correctional Center cell in New York. Epstein was being housed there pending trial on sex-trafficking charges. Much of the coverage of his reported demise has speculated about whether his death … Read moreIs Epstein still alive and in the witness protection program? – Washington Times

FBI Finds Bucket of Heads at Arizona Body Donation Center

In 2013, federal authorities began investigating shady “body brokers,” businesses that sell donated bodies for research purposes, such as Arizona’s for-profit Biological Resource Center. That company was shuttered following an FBI raid in 2014, but eyewitness details are being made public for the first time—and they’re almost too grisly to believe. Source: FBI Finds Bucket … Read moreFBI Finds Bucket of Heads at Arizona Body Donation Center

Toxic algae bloom forces Mississippi to close all the state’s beaches

All 21 of Mississippi’s state beaches have been shut down, due to a toxic blue-green harmful algal bloom.The blooms can be triggered by many things, including changes in water temperature and fertilizer run-off, and once the colonies of algae — which are actually cyanobacteria — start growing rapidly, they produce toxins that can cause stomach … Read moreToxic algae bloom forces Mississippi to close all the state’s beaches

US military stops releasing Afghanistan war information

WASHINGTON (AP) — Amid a battlefield stalemate in Afghanistan , the U.S. military has stopped releasing information often cited to measure progress in America’s longest war, calling it of little value in fighting the Taliban insurgency. The move fits a trend of less information being released about the war in recent years, often at the insistence of … Read moreUS military stops releasing Afghanistan war information