Szuhsiung Ho, aka Allen Ho, 66, a naturalized U.S. citizen, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to unlawfully engage or participate in the production or development of special nuclear material outside the U.S., without the required authorization from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) in violation of the Atomic Energy Act. Acting Assistant Attorney General for National Security Mary B. McCord and U.S. Attorney Nancy Stallard Harr of the Eastern District of Tennessee made the announcement. In April 2016, a federal grand jury issued a two-count indictment against Ho; China General Nuclear Power Company (CGNPC), the largest nuclear power company in China, and Energy Technology International (ETI), a Delaware corporation. At the time of the indictment Ho was a nuclear engineer, employed as a
Click Here (Brian) and Here (iCitizen) to Subscribe To Our YouTube Channels CLEVELAND, Ohio-- The Cleveland Clinic wellness doctor who posted a column Friday bashing vaccines apologized today for the uproar his comments caused, and the hospital system promised "appropriate discipline." Dr. Daniel NeidesCourtesy of Cleveland Clinic Dr. Daniel Neides, medical director and chief operating officer of the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, said Sunday that he "fully supports vaccination" and was trying to open a conversation about their safety, not question their use. Through a hospital spokeswoman, Neides released this statement: "I apologize and regret publishing a blog that has caused so much concern and confusion for the public and medical community. I fully support vaccinat
— The Defense Department will fund an 87-member coalition to develop next-generation manufacturing techniques for repairing and replacing cells, tissues and organs for wounded service members, the undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics announced yesterday at the White House. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency launched the Revolutionizing Prosthetics program with the goal of gaining Food and Drug Administration approval for an advanced electromechanical prosthetic upper limb with near-natural control that enhances independence and improves quality of life for amputees. In 2014, less than eight years after the effort was launched, the FDA approved the DEKA Arm System, invented by award-winning engineer Dean Kaman, who is leading the DoD Ad
I wanted to show why Chernobyl has an exclusion zone still today and into the future and why Hiroshima and Nagasaki are thriving cities. I would think that history would show the leaders of the world the horrible effects that weapons have on humanity and why in my opinion there has to be a better way. R.I.P. to all that lost their lives and suffered through the wars that plague the world throughout history and currently today. There is a lot of information here and gets very deep, I always suggest that you look into everything yourself do to the fact this only scratches the surface. As always you DECIDE........ Articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomic_... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chernob... http://gizmodo.com/why-can-people-liv... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki...
For many years, the use of fluoride in public water supplies has been hailed as a great advancement in public health. But a closer look at fluoride itself and the circumstances surrounding its widespread acceptance in the medical profession raise serious questions about the wisdom of its continued use. Fluoride is a toxic chemical, a by-product of the production of both aluminum and phosphate fertilizer, and because it is so potent, its disposal is tightly regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency. However, once it is sold as an additive for drinking water supplies, the EPA’s oversight role is eliminated. Fluoride has been banned in most European countries, and is prohibited in certain water systems in the United States. Fluoride is not an essential
“Second skin” polymer could also be used to protect dry skin and deliver drugs. Scientists at MIT, Massachusetts General Hospital, Living Proof, and Olivo Labs have developed a new material that can temporarily protect and tighten skin, and smooth wrinkles. With further development, it could also be used to deliver drugs to help treat skin conditions such as eczema and other types of dermatitis. The material, a silicone-based polymer that could be applied on the skin as a thin, imperceptible coating, mimics the mechanical and elastic properties of healthy, youthful skin. In tests with human subjects, the researchers found that the material was able to reshape “eye bags” under the lower eyelids and also enhance skin hydration. This type of “second skin” could also be adapted to provide