Ever since the Morse code was developed in the mid 1800’s, people have been trying with electricity to spy on one another; these early attempts was amplified in WWII when radar and burst messaging was developed with anti-warfare technology such as the Nazi Submarines wrapping rubber around their submarine radio transmitter to avoid the listening-location. […]
Such a beautiful planet we are blessed with; although the recent Nuclear talks in Washington and data coming in from the Russia suggests we are back in a cold war; maybe a hot war. Perhaps the beauty will fade as the war drums beat to quarters. Recall that Russia had told their citizens “Prepare for […]
Previously in the last article we briefly reported that the three nuclear power plants in the Netherlands had reduced their power output to minimum. This is a technique of lowering the radioactive rods into the cooling pool, reducing heat that boils the water to make steam that turns the electric generators.
While the terrorists were attacking in Brussels there was an immediate shutdown to minimum power of the two nuclear power plants providing electricity, and another in Flanders. Had terrorists blown up either one of these reactor complexes, the resultant cataclysm would be a death knell for Europe with radiation lasting thousands of years.
Newspapers around the world, including Russia’s Pravda, European Times and now our own major news: North Korea threatens nuclear and/or thermo-nuclear attack on the West as well as the hated enemy: Japan. China is also on their blacklist. North Korea, still technically at war, maintains a stalemate with South Korea, and it appears as an […]
First off I do not think, or believe that Russia would attack the United States with Nuclear weapons-namely Ballistic missiles. I do think that Russia would use tactical missiles in the Mid East conflict if deemed necessary in the proposed Sunni Turkey-Saudi Arabia conflict. This includes the 25 small states pledging Islamic subservience.
War clouds are heating up in Syria and no one agrees to peace. These are some of the factors: President Obama has withdrawn from the treaty obligation to protect Turkey from Russia and this is followed by the NATO Command stating that they also will not be engaged with defending Turkey and becoming embroiled in […]
The likelihood of war in the Mid-East is quite possible. Currently Saudi Arabia and Turkey, with a total of 25 Arab nations, are banding together to attack Syrian Forces, principally around the city of Aleppo. This has been a stronghold of ISIS and Sunni control since 2011.