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originally posted by: scraedtosleep
a reply to: RelSciHistItSufi
Maybe my baseless theory that q was arrested was accurate and this is a deep state puppet posting now?
If I'm right and the real q is gone for whatever reason and this is a fake then I expect future drops to be off just a little bit for some unknown reason. Just like with this pic.
Let's watch and see if this becomes a pattern for "q".
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
a reply to: tiredoflooking
WW3 you say...
Timeline of the Doomsday Clock
Interestingly the Timeline was just edited and removed "2019" entry which was 2 minutes to zero hour and added more info to 2018.
The failure of world leaders to deal with looming threats of nuclear war and climate change. This is the clock's closest approach to midnight, matching that of 1953. In 2019, the Bulletin reaffirmed the "two minutes to midnight" time, citing continuing climate change and Trump administration's abandonment of U.S. efforts to lead world toward decarbonization; U.S. withdrawal from Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty; U.S. and Russian nuclear modernization efforts; information warfare threats and other dangers from "disruptive technologies" such as synthetic biology, artificial intelligence, and cyberwarfare
So, we now know this wiki page is being maintained by anti-Trump supporters, probably Soros influence. Seems it's undergone an excessive number of revisions in Jan 2019.
Ruth Ann Sanger FRS (6 June 1918 – 4 June 2001) was an Australian haematologist and serologist. She worked closely with Robert Russell Race from the 1940s, and they married in 1956. They co-authored many papers after 1948, and co-wrote six editions of a leading work on blood groups, Blood Groups in Man, known as "Race and Sanger", which were published between 1950 and 1975
After working as a haematologist for the Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service in Australia, she moved to England in 1946 to work with Race, and received a doctorate from the University of London in 1949 on the variety of blood group systems. She returned to Australia after receiving her doctorate, but then moved permanently to the UK in 1950. The first edition of Blood Groups in Man was published in August 1950, based on the systematic analysis of blood groups in her PhD thesis...
She was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS) in 1972 (Race had become an FRS in 1952). She received the Oliver Memorial Award from the British Red Cross in 1973.
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
Thought I'd answered this once daskakik? Look at the original picture from 2014 (various links a few pages back). Compare and contrast to the picture in Q's post zoomed to 400%.
In Qs post the background is high-res, the jets lower res and there's pixelation around the Jets contours that blatantly indicates photoshopping.
Why? Why didn't Q just post the original full hi res picture? The only reasons I can think of are to hide some of the detailing on the Jets or to make them look blacker.