(Videos) Tornado destroys parts of RV park in North Dakota..
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In pictures: Some strange sky phenomena captured in the last few days around the world..
Global observations indicate that unusual sky phenomena continue to escalate in both frequency and intensity. Here some pretty baffling ones captured within the last few days around the world.
Is this a contrail or a chemtrail? Look at the spectrum of colors. They are all there! The rising moon creates an intermittent rainbow in the exhaust / spaying of an Airbus A380 at 38,000ft east of Newfoundland, Canada on July 3, 2018….
Smart technology sees through walls to track and identify people
A group of researchers and students at MIT have developed an intelligent radar-like technology that makes it possible to see through walls to track people as they move around, a development that could prove useful for monitoring the elderly or sick as well as for other applications — but that also raises privacy concerns.
Tests show that the technology, known as RF-Pose, can reveal whether someone is walking, sitting, standing or even waving — and can identify individuals from a known group with a success rate of 83 percent. Its developers say it could prove useful for law enforcement, search and rescue, and — perhaps most important — health care….
‘Not on my watch’: Nurse confesses to killing at least 20 to avoid ‘nuisance’ of telling next of kin
A 31-year-old nurse suspected of having a hand in the death of 48 patients at Oguchi Hospital in Yokohama in the summer of 2016, has reportedly confessed to murdering the ill patients that were already on the verge of death. Unable to cope with the emotional burden of having to explain to the relatives why the patient died on her watch, Ayumi Kuboki allegedly killed her victims by administering intravenous drips with a disinfectant containing benzalkonium chloride.
“I hated seeing the rapid deterioration in their condition,” Kuboki was quoted as telling investigators. “I did not want them to die during my shift. It was troublesome and difficult having to explain to their family members.”
“It would be a nuisance if that responsibility fell on me,” she explained….
New road signs can detect mobile phones are being used in vehicles
Road signs that know when a mobile phone is being used in a moving vehicle are being installed in Norfolk, in a bid to tackle usage behind the wheel. The system, which can tell the difference between active phone calls and other activities based on the strength of a signal and how long it lasts, flashes up a red warning signal to drivers when it detects a call. The technology cannot yet log number plates or be used to help catch offending drivers, but it is hoped it will act as a deterrent.
Holding a phone while driving was outlawed in the UK in 2003 but 23% of people admitted to taking a call in last year’s RAC Report on Motoring. Inspector Jonathan Chapman from Norfolk Roads Policing said: “This scheme is a good example of how we can work with local authorities to make using a mobile phone whilst driving as socially unacceptable as drink or drug-driving….
STD ‘stealth’ bug which makes women infertile spreading rapidly
A warning has been issued about a dangerous sexually transmitted infection which is spreading rapidly. The mycoplasma genitalium bug, known as MG, makes women infertile.
One in every 100 British adults aged 18 to 44 are already thought to be infected with the bug. Experts are warning that this figure is set to double within 10 years as it becomes untreatable. A total of 3,000 women a year could lose the ability to have children, the British Association of Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) said. BASHH has published the first official guidelines on the management of MG on Wednesday. Paddy Horner, of BASHH, told Daily Mail: “MG has the potential to become a superbug within a decade, resistant to standard antibiotics.
“The greatest consequence of this is for the women who present with pelvic inflammatory disease caused by MG, which would be very hard to treat, putting them at increased risk of infertility.”….
Deadly EF-2 tornado rips through Prairie View RV Park in Watford City, North Dakota
The tornado impacted the Watford City area around 00:45 CDT on July 10, injuring 28 people, including a seven-day-old baby who later died from his injuries. The boy was critically hurt after a trailer he was in flipped during the storm. Nine others are still in critical condition, as of late July 10 (local time).
Karolin Jappe, the McKenzie County emergency manager, said the RV park is one of the largest such facilities to spring up during the oil boom and there were some mobile homes on the property. “It’s just like an oversized RV park on steroids,” Jappe said….
All the prophecies the bible said will happen in end times, are happening or almost complete at present