Suggestions for Posts?

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43 thoughts on “Suggestions for Posts?

  1. 4theRecord says:

    “The day Robert Kennedy met Allen Ginsberg: ‘Have you ever smoked pot?'”
    Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.: “My family believed in the ideals of American democracy. Donald Trump’s policies discredit them. This country should be more than a refuge for the rich to dominate everybody else.”
    “50 years after darkness of 1968, young people give us new hope”
    On the night of June 5, 1968, Robert Kennedy was celebrating his victory in California’s Democratic presidential primary. As he was leaving, he was shot three times…
    Sirhan Sirhan was standing in front of Kennedy at the time of the shooting, but an autopsy report found Kennedy was shot at point blank range from behind. Over the years new evidence reportedly shows as many as 13 shots were fired that night.
    But Sirhan’s gun held only eight bullets. That’s one reason why many now question Sirhan’s guilt – including Robert Kennedy Jr. “There were too many bullets. You can’t fire 13 shots out of an eight-shot gun,” RFK Jr told the Post.

  2. Smilin' Jack says:

    Airbus has selected Wyndham Airport in Western Australia to be the primary flight test center for its solar powered Zephyr ‘pseudo-satellite’ unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). “The Zephyr is designed to operate for up to 45 days at a time at altitudes of up to 70,000 ft to remain clear of the weather and commercial air traffic. Potential payloads include an over-the-horizon communications relay for line-of-sight communications and/or a surveillance payload. The latest Zephyr-T (Twin-tail) being developed by Airbus DS increases the wingspan of the baseline aircraft from 25 m to 33 m, enabling it to carry as 20 kg payload.”
    See also Airbus site:

  3. Schnüffler says:

    “Hobby Detectives : Army of Investigators Has Trump in Its Sights” (Spiegel, Gr.) “Americans have been riveted in recent months to every new detail coming out of the ongoing investigation into possible collusion by the Trump campaign. An army of amateur investigators has managed to uncover new developments in the case. Who are they and what drives them?”

  4. Under Radar says:

    “Chair of the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board Resigns: Who Was Vanessa Allen Sutherland?” (Wednesday, May 30, 2018) “Sutherland did not give a reason for her departure. However, the Trump administration has twice attempted to zero out the board’s funding in annual budget requests, which is particularly alarming considering that the CSB does not engage in regulatory or enforcement activities. It only conducts safety investigations. For example, in April 2018, Sutherland released a report pointing out that a deadly 2017 explosion at a Louisiana paper mill might have been prevented by tougher regulations.” Re: U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) see

  5. Siri says:

    “A new study validates Einstein’s theory of general relativity in a distant galaxy for the first time.”
    Gravitational lens from galaxy LRG 3-757 (captured by the Hubble telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3),f_auto,fl_progressive,q_80,w_800/18kxbm9odr3qvjpg.jpg
    HAL 9000 (Heuristically programmed ALgorithmic computer) “2001: A Space Odyssey” (1968)

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