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originally posted by: Enderdog
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
originally posted by: MindBodySpiritComplex
The two technicians had been working on a fire-suppression system at McMurdo Station on Ross Island, the foundation said on Wednesday. It said they were found on the floor by a helicopter pilot who had landed after spotting what appeared to be smoke from the building.
Both were taken from the building and given CPR. One died at the scene. The other was flown to a clinic and pronounced dead shortly after. It happened on Tuesday Eastern time at a generator building that powers a radio transmitter near the McMurdo station.
Two technicians at Antarctica station dead after being found unconscious
Whaats this?? Antarctica, fire-suppression??? Soon or was to be a fire down there? WTF is going on today. My head is about to explode with all kinds of info from 4 corners of the planet.
In computer rooms, they use what are known as Halon systems. Halon is a heavy gas that absorbs and displaces oxygen, which extinguishes the fire. This is to minimize damage to the equipment that water or chemical suppression would cause.
In the wording of the release about it, they say "...what appeared to be smoke", rather than just smoke. Most likely those guys got caught in a Halon release...maybe the doors lock automatically...I've seen rooms set up like that before...
A heavy white vapor could easily be mistaken for smoke, from a helicopter. I would say they most likely suffocated. If they were fire technicians though, they would have known all that. Hence it seems very suspicious to me.
originally posted by: pheonix358
Stress test failed.
A stress test is usually used to test a system under maximum load.
Q&A sessions will do that.
On the other hand ... a stress test also tells you how far the movement has reached ... ie, how many Anons are on side.
In this light, a failed stress test is mind boggling since they only upgraded recently.
That could be very good news.
When strong, appear weak. When weak, appear strong. The Art of War.
Q - Should we be prepping for some kind of shutdown? >>
No. Reports of 'power grid' attacks (6 mo prep) should be disregarded. While attacks do occur, we are safeguarded by a 'Black Eye'. Q
Just to shut the Flat Earthers up Q, Is the Earth flat?
Why are the Democrats so adamant about opposing the Wall? It's like it's their holy grail. Trump could offer Medicare for all in exchange for the Wall being built and they would say no I think.
a reply to: pheonix358
They could have had the trial in The Vatican, sentenced him to a cushy jail cell.
ROME - The Deputy Director General of the Institute for Religious Works (IOR), known as the Vatican Bank, was escorted outside the Vatican and removed from his position on Monday. Giulio Mattietti, was appointed in 2015 by the current General Director of the IOR, Gian Franco Mammì, and according to Italian news outlets was led outside the Vatican on Nov. 27. The Holy See press office confirmed the news of his removal to the media. “Giulio Mattietti, deputy director general of the Institute of Religious Works, has ceased his service Monday Nov. 27,” said Vatican spokesperson, Paloma García Ovejero, to local news agency ANSA. The motivation behind the removal of Mattietti currently remains unknown. According to Italian media, there might have been a similar occurrence in the past few days with another IOR employee, though details are still unclear………As part of the reform attempt, the Vatican signed numerous bilateral agreements with other countries - including Italy and the United States - to share financial information. The agreements are designed to fight money laundering and tax evasion, and to keep the Vatican Bank from being used as an offshore tax haven. Benedict also allowed an outside agency to review the Vatican’s efforts on financial reform for the first time in history, inviting Moneyval, the Council of Europe’s anti-money laundering agency, to inspect the Vatican’s financial operations. Recently, Vatican prosecutors put two former officials of the Vatican-sponsored pediatric hospital Bambino Gesù on trial for misappropriation of funds.
"Bergoglio has a very cowardly attitude when it comes to something so terrible as the theft of babies. He says he didn't know anything about it until 1985," said the baby's aunt, Estela de la Cuadra, whose mother Alicia co-founded the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo in 1977 in hopes of identifying these babies. "He doesn't face this reality and it doesn't bother him. The question is how to save his name, save himself. But he can't keep these allegations from reaching the public. The people know how he is."
Hillary Clinton and the 2010 Uranium One deal with Russia are back in the news.
Senator Chuck Grassley (R- Iowa) wants the information obtained from a raid on the home of a former FBI contractor who provided watchdog documents related to former Secretary of State and the sale of Canadian mining company Uranium One to a Russian firm.
FBI agents raided the Maryland home of Dennis Nathan Cain just last month. Cain’s lawyer said that the agent who led the raid accused his client of possessing stolen federal property and ignored his claims of whistleblower protection. Cain’s lawyer also claimed that Horowitz had transmitted his information to the House and Senate intelligence committees. So Senator Grassley should have access to it anyway.
British ex-spy Christopher Steele, who wrote the Democrat-financed anti-Trump dossier, said in a court case that he was hired by a Democratic law firm in preparation for Hillary Clinton challenging the results of the 2016 presidential election.
He said the law firm Perkins Coie wanted to be in a position to contest the results based on evidence he unearthed on the Trump campaign conspiring with Moscow on election interference.
His scenario is contained in a sealed Aug. 2 declaration in a defamation law suit brought by three Russian bankers in London. The trio’s American attorneys filed his answers Tuesday in a libel lawsuit in Washington against the investigative firm Fusion GPS, which handled the former British intelligence officer.
In an answer to interrogatories, Mr. Steele wrote: “Fusion’s immediate client was law firm Perkins Coie. It engaged Fusion to obtain information necessary for Perkins Coie LLP to provide legal advice on the potential impact of Russian involvement on the legal validity of the outcome of the 2016 US Presidential election............Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn R. Simpson did try to sell the idea to the Justice Department, despite The New York Times’ finding. He met with then-Associate Deputy Attorney General Bruce Ohr.
Trying to prompt an investigation, Mr. Simpson told him the Times story was wrong and the server was used for direct communication, according to Mr. Ohr’s notes turned over to Congress.
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Q, please tell us who or what the Wizards and Warlocks are.
'Guardians' of intelligence.