This week's honourable mentions were submitted by E.G., V.T., J.D., G.B., and K.H.:
Home Affairs Minister vows to continue to hold China accountable for cyber attacks
Scientists want to store DNA of 6.7 million species on the moon, just in case
BANK FAIL Lloyds Bank, Halifax and Bank of Scotland customers unable to access accounts for hours after online banking goes down
TransEvolution: The Age of Human Deconstruction
(K.H. noted the following in the above article: "But just to point out an interesting bit of data, we have the following about halfway down:
'...A cybernetic enhancement of human performance is inevitable. Achieving these visions requires the decoding and understanding of complex systems. The most important complex system being the human brain. After all, it is the driving force behind human performance.
Augmentation can be a huge business for these corporations. We have been integrating ourselves with technology for decades now, replacing damaged limbs with mechanical limbs, implanting data chips into our bodies which give away huge amounts of information to governments and corporations all across the world. Has it come to the point when we will be actively encouraged to exchange our perfectly functional body parts for upgraded applications?
But it comes at a price. You will have to take the drugs for the rest of your lives to make sure the augmentation works. These drugs are both dangerous and addictive and expensive. If you don’t, your body will reject your augmentation. The elite will have their technology in you....' (emphasis mine)
Sounds a whole lot like Baal Gates/Microsoft continuously updated quackcines, and mRNA injections."