SPRING 2016 UKRAINE REPORT! Nuclear Disaster, Elenovka Tragedy, War Against Memory, What Russia Wants

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May Holidays and the dangerous spring 2016

This is a cold and dangerous spring of 2016. At least in Ukraine it is. So much is going on that I’ve decided to publish this new UKRAINE report in two parts.

Part 1 addresses a number of crucial events and important threats facing Ukraine. These are:

1 The shocking Elenovka tragedy that is a clear proof of Kiev breaking the Kiev peace agreement.

2 Polish and Ukrainian war against Russian monuments and their own history.

3. The whole truth about Hitler and Nazi Germany.

4. What does Russia really want in Ukraine?

5. Chernobyl-2 in the making: persistent dire warnings of possible new nuclear disaster in Ukraine!

6. How Putin and Lavrov, through peaceful means and reason, outplayed Merkel and Hollande and why Poroshenko won’t able to attack DNR and LNR.

7. Also in this report: a concise Lada Ray guide to Ukraine’s parts.


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1000+ yr shelf life: Microsoft buys into synthetic DNA for data storage


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Source: RT
April 29, 2016

Microsoft has purchased ten million strands of synthetic DNA to advance cutting edge digital data storage technology. With the amount of digital data doubling nearly every two years, the tech industry is on a quest for a long-term solution to keep track.

The multinational tech company bought the DNA from Twist Bioscience, an announcement confirmed Thursday.

[The] vast majority of digital data is stored on media that has a finite shelf life and periodically needs to be re-encoded. DNA is a promising storage media, as it has a known shelf life of several thousand years, offers a permanent storage and can be read for continuously decreasing costs,” said Emily Leproust, CEO of Twist Bioscience, in a statement.

As the digital universe is expected to hit 44 trillion gigabytes by 2020, Twist Bioscience argues that using DNA for archival purposes solves the twin problems of…

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