Microsoft has made a change to an update for Windows 7 that can prevent certain systems from booting. the software giant has fixed the problem; what Microsoft has done is switch the update from "optional", to "recommended". So, on some systems, it will now install, and break Windows 7 automatically. You can solve the problem and get your computer working again by upgrading to Windows 10.
Sputnik report conservative commentator Pat Buchanan slams NATO hawks for working to expand the alliance’s presence all along Russia’s borders, while calling Russia out as the aggressive power.
Dannon to go GMO-free over next three years, replacing everything, all the way down to cattle feed and soil input; planning to remove all GMO ingredients from their yogurt and other products. The changes are set to impact everything, all the way down to the quality of soil and how farmers conserve water. The company's new agricultural sustainability and animal welfare policy will set a new standard for the entire dairy industry. Farmers working with Dannon must now implement "sustainable agriculture practices and technology that leads to better soil health, better water management, an increase in biodiversity, and a decrease in carbon emission." The first changes will be seen as early as July 2016
Many government buildings destroyed. Telephone exchanges have been systematically bombed and destroyed. Two large dairies were bombed, killing 100 civilians and wounding 200 more. Multiple daytime air strikes on Mosul University on March 19th and 20th killed 92 civilians and wounded 135, mostly faculty, staff, families and students. Targets included the main administration building, classroom buildings, a women’s dormitory and a faculty apartment building. 50 civilians were killed and 100 wounded by air strikes on 2 apartment buildings, Al Hadbaa and Al Khadraa. 22 civilians killed in air strikes on houses in front of Mosul Medical College. US air strikes on April 24th damaged the Rashidiya water treatment plant in West Mosul and the Yarmouk power station in East Mosul. The Central Bank of Mosul in Ghazi Street and several branches of Rafidain and Rasheed banks were bombed, with heavy civilian casualties, despite all cash reportedly being removed after the first bank was struck. Three workers were killed and 12 wounded in an air strike on the former Pepsi bottling plant. An air strike on a fuel depot in an industrial area ignited an inferno with 150 casualties on April 18th. Bombs have damaged a food warehouse, power stations, and substations in West Mosul, and flour mills, a pharmaceutical factory, auto repair shops and other workshops across Mosul. The Al Hurairah Bridge was destroyed by air strikes.
Alvin Gardner allegedly seen on surveillance camera stuffing a Snickers bar in his pocket and leaving a store without paying for it. The store security guard, Bennie Montgomery, followed him out of the store and fired “warning shots;.”struck Gardner in the back of his right thigh. Canton Police Chief Otha Brown: You can’t just discharge a firearm at a fleeing suspect. You can’t do that,” said. “The security guard should have known that when the suspect ran out the store, the threat was over. There was no need to discharge a firearm.”You can’t shoot someone for a candy bar,” Montgomery has been charged with aggravated assault. .Authorities never recovered the 95-cent candy bar,
Many of the supplements sold at Whole Foods, Amazon.com,, ,grocery store are made with genetically modified vitamin C. It's typically called "ascorbic acid," and nearly 100% of the ascorbic acid used in the natural products industry is derived from GMOs. Most supplements being sold as "vitamin C" do not contain true, natural vitamin C, but is "ascorbic acid," a synthetically manufactured chemical derived from glucose using a chemical process involving microorganisms, acetone - a dangerous solvent and sodium hypochlorite bleach.. .Synthetic ascorbic acid does not have the same biological properties and therefore benefits as true vitamin C found for example in fruits, berries, vegetables and many other natural sources..
Russian engineers have come up with a unique device to safeguard the country’s top officials from eavesdropping and prevent explosive devices from going off. The attaché-case-sized device ” blocks radio signals that could set off remote-controlled bombs, including during mine-defusing operations. The device is also an ideal means of preventing unauthorized access to confidential information.
Your personal information and driving record is being sold by the state of Pennsylvania and officials say they don't know what's being done with the data. NBC10 Investigators found the state earned $157 million since 2010 selling driver records; more than 32,000 private companies and government agencies to which PennDOT sold driver information traced to every state in the country. The companies include credit agencies, insurance companies and car dealerships. The information PennDOT sold includes names, addresses, and driving histories.
Over the past few months, several communities in upstate New York and New England have detected PFOA -- perfluorooctanoic acid, or C8, a chemical linked to a range of health issues from cancer to thyroid disease -- in their drinking water. PFOA is a fluorinated compound that is absorbed into our bodies through inhalation or ingestion. The chemical can then accumulate in our blood serum, kidneys and liver.The stain-resistant and water-repellant properties of PFOA make it effective in products that act as coatings. Common consumer products with PFOA include Scotchgard, Gore-Tex and Teflon.
An air-droppable missile defense complex is being developed for Russia’s airborne forces to ensure that after landing, troops have the means to secure the skies and prevent inbound airstrikes. The system will be the first operating version of its kind in the world. Russia’s troops will have the means to establish local no-fly zones.It can engage targets at altitudes of 15 meters to 15km at a distance of up to 20km. The Pantsir-S1’s missiles intercept airborne objects traveling at speeds of up to 1,000 m/s (3,600 km/h), meaning it is capable of downing any aircraft, cruise missile or drone. Its radar spots targets at a distance of up to 36km. Another remarkable feature is that its crew will be air-dropped inside the vehicle
The Geneva Unit District 304 replaced a different biometric scanner system for school lunch lines this year with devices from a local company, PushCoin Inc., that read students' thumb prints to track their accounts. The thumb scanners are not a new technology, but an increasing number of schools seem to be embracing it and other biometric technology to streamline lunch lines by eliminating lost lunch cards and reminding parents about past due accounts ahead of time. Numerous school districts across the country have implemented biometric technology in recent years - from thumb, finger and iris scanners for school lunch accounts to schools using facial recognition to track students on campus and online.
Despite thousands of seismic jolts occurring after a major earthquake recently rocked southern Japan and caused widespread public concern over safety in the region, authorities say there is no need to shut down the local nuclear plant. The decision not to take any precautionary measures has been backed by Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority.“There are no compelling scientific grounds. We are not going to shut down the plant just because of calls from the public or politicians. What has been going on is within our expectations
At least four people have been injured in Israeli airstrikes against the Gaza Strip in new acts of aggression against the blockaded coastal territory. The airstrikes came hours after Israeli warplanes launched at least five airstrikes against an open area near the Yasser Arafat International Airport in the border town of Rafah
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu; Russian officials said Wednesday that Moscow will create three new divisions of about 10,000 soldiers each to counter NATO’s planned troop buildup in Eastern Europe “The Defense Ministry is taking a series of measures to counter the expansion of NATO forces in direct proximity to the Russian border. Western officials told The Wall Street Journal last week that NATO is planning to send about 4,000 troops to Poland and the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Federal prosecutors have agreed to end their years-long effort to close and seize Oakland's Harborside Health Center, the nation's largest dispensary with more than 100,000 patients. The dispensary also operates a facility in San Jose, brings in about $25 million a year from medical marijuana sales. In July 2012, U.S. Attorney filed a civil forfeiture action against Harborside, claiming it violated federal drug laws. In October 2012, city of Oakland sued the federal government to block the Justice Department from seizing the dispensary's properties; argued shutting down Harborside would harm its patients and force them into the black market to get their medicine.
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