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18-Sep-2018 22:51

Jacob Aron, technology reporter(Image: Sipa Press/Rex Features)When natural disasters strike, most people's first instinct is to check whether their friends and family are safe, but more tech-savvy individuals might choose to update their social networking status.Now you can do both, thanks to a new initiative being trialled by Facebook in Japan.Here, the mummy is being unboxed on the first day of a scanning session at the Montreal Neurological Institute.The mummy is now kept at the Redpath Museum at Mc Gill University in Montreal.An alien agent from the distant planet Davana is sent to Earth via a high-tech matter transporter.There, he terrorizes Southern California in an attempt to acquire blood for his dying race, the result of a devastating nuclear war.How It Was Discovered In 1959, Turkish army captain Llhan Durupinar discovered an unusual shape while examining aerial photographs of his country.The smooth shape, larger than a football field, stood out from the rough and rocky terrain at an altitude of 6,300 feet near the Turkish border with Iran. Durupinar was familiar with the biblical accounts of the Ark and its association with Mount Ararat in Turkey, but he was reluctant to jump to any conclusions.

Ordinary people are hungry for this information, yet the organizations responsible to disseminate these facts seem to have an agenda to keep us in the dark.OPINION: US President Donald Trump and his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae In must face North Korea's nuclear reality: Pyongyang's bomb is here to stay.When the two presidents hold their first summit on Friday (Saturday NZ time), they need to drop quixotic efforts to stop Kim Jong Un from building a nuclear arsenal and instead focus on preventing its use.Washington also should take military action off the table unless the crisis is so acute that no other option remains.North Korea has advanced its nuclear program too far and concealed too much to allow Israeli-style air strikes like those that eliminated the Iraqi and Syrian nuclear reactors in 19. When tensions rose between nuclear powers like the US and the Soviet Union or India and Pakistan, the risk of nuclear armageddon proved to be an overwhelming impediment to pushing the button.

Ordinary people are hungry for this information, yet the organizations responsible to disseminate these facts seem to have an agenda to keep us in the dark.

OPINION: US President Donald Trump and his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae In must face North Korea's nuclear reality: Pyongyang's bomb is here to stay.

When the two presidents hold their first summit on Friday (Saturday NZ time), they need to drop quixotic efforts to stop Kim Jong Un from building a nuclear arsenal and instead focus on preventing its use.

Washington also should take military action off the table unless the crisis is so acute that no other option remains.

North Korea has advanced its nuclear program too far and concealed too much to allow Israeli-style air strikes like those that eliminated the Iraqi and Syrian nuclear reactors in 19. When tensions rose between nuclear powers like the US and the Soviet Union or India and Pakistan, the risk of nuclear armageddon proved to be an overwhelming impediment to pushing the button.

So he forwarded the photographic negative to a famous aerial photography expert named Dr. Brandenburger was responsible for discovering the Cuban missile bases during the Kennedy era from reconnaissance photos, and after carefully studying the photo, he concluded: "I have no doubt at all, that this object is a ship.