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Beirut 2020: A tale of two tragedies 75 years apart
Just one day after the horrific explosion in Beirut that brought about the deaths of more than 135 people, with thousands injured and at least 300,000 people left homeless, the world remembers the tragic events of 75 years ago when the United States unleashed an atomic bomb for the first time on Hiroshima, Japan.
Drone with a mission on the North Wales coast
Last weekend Bristow, provider of the UK’s Coastguard Search and Rescue Helicopter Service, proudly revealed unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) would be taking to the skies over North Wales to enhance “the capability of air search and rescue operations”, which UK Maritime Minister Kelly Tolhurst hailed as something that would assist coastguard teams “save even more lives”.
Could Nibiru be the elusive Planet X?
Having watched many episodes of the Ancient Aliens television series and read up on the theories of Russian-American author Zecharia Sitchin, I’m going to give them the benefit of the doubt for the moment and accept the Anunnaki may have been an actual civilisation living on earth and mining for gold at the time of the Sumerian and Meso-American peoples.
Wild Bill: Gunned down with aces and eights
Just about every poker player on the planet knows that a pair of black aces and eights are “dead man’s hand” and that the reason harks back to when Wild Bill Hickok was shot in the back of the head while holding them in a game of five-card stud in Deadwood, South Dakota.
Ted Cassidy: The man who gave life to Lurch
At 6ft 9in tall there had to be a role for Ted Cassidy somewhere in Hollywood and he found it as one of the least talkative characters of the 1960s... a creepy butler by the name of Lurch, who tended to the needs of television's zaniest family, the Addamses.
The Beetle: Bug that sent Detroit into a spin
On this day 17 years ago the unthinkable happened, Volkswagen stopped making the “original” version of the Beetle, the iconic vehicle dreamed up in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche that became Adolf Hitler’s vision of the “people’s car”.
'Covid' Ops: The playbook for a pandemic
There’s a saying that “the best place to hide something is in plain sight”… the theory being that if something appears mundane it is generally perceived as being of little interest, so people rarely pay attention to it.
Nature's way in the battle against cancer
No cancer treatment, conventional or otherwise, comes with an iron-clad guarantee but it is safe to say that many orthodox treatments ravage the body and ignore the underlying causes of the illness, while a range of alternative treatments exist that can strengthen the body and address its healing requirements.
Cannabis Oil in the fight against cancer
Much has been written about the amazing healing powers of the cannabis plant in the last few decades with a large volume of scientific work available to back it up, leading to a global movement to see cannabis derivatives legalised worldwide for medical purposes, with cancer treatment being one area to have seen huge advances.
Bruce Lee: The Legend of the Dragon
One of the earliest recollections I have as a teenager took place more than 45 years ago, probably due to the 1974 miner’s strike and the “three-day week” which interrupted lessons at our school. For some reason I can’t recall we were sent to the youth club attached to the school premises, where staff had set up a screen for us to watch a movie.