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horizon in silence, and when they disappeared, we went back inside. They were on the same course as the Galaxy we saw on the 21st, in the same direction and at the same time, although we have no idea what that might mean.Could there be an operational base? Were they coming or going? Were they making trips from an airport or fleeing from a base taken over by the undead? We speculated for hours until it got dark. Now all of us – except me, who has to keep watch – are too tired to stay awake.
infection. Now I have to lend a hand with dinner: we found a propane barbecue in the garage, so we’re going to cook stew and chili, make coffee and heat up some instant cinnamon rolls.
I won again and again. As for Eric, he says he doesn’t play cards. So far Darren owes me about twenty thousand dollars, and Kim owes me five. I have no idea where I’ll be able to get it from, though… the banks have been closed for a while.
We wouldn’t look like we’d know the difference. We could go together, too… I have to think about it. Jess has asked Sarah to stay with us. She has agreed and will possibly find a job at the hospital. If we move to a farm and form a community project, she would come with us as a medical expert. Darren, Jess, Eric, Kim and I would take care of bringing in supplies from outside, like a new 107but different ERCL… which reminds me, I need to check with Kim, whom I haven’t seen since last night. I’m sure she’s interested in the idea. We’ll be able to convince more people later, but for now we already have a starting group.
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But, being this presence in the rallies important, it is worth mentioning the much more symbolic detail that Pedro J. Ramírez elegantly admits today, in his Sunday letter, that black pawns play better paddle. Apart from jokes, Pedro J.’s letter is a recognition, much to be appreciated, of the work of the people who make up this blog. It is not only “belga197” and “lat” who shine in the letter from the director of El Mundo, but the letter pays tribute to the whole group of disparate people who constitute the best guarantee that the 11-M enigma will be solved.
In any case, it is necessary to recommend to everyone, especially at this time, the virtue of prudence. The game is still going to be a long one. I know that at least four parties involved in the 11-M investigation (among them José Luis Abascal and the law firm Mas & Calvet) have already asked the judge to include the analysis reports of the explosion sites of the trains and the statements of Sánchez-Manzano before the 11-M Commission. But the check is not yet checkmate.
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A further step in security screening that seeks to diminish the deep vulnerability and insecurity felt by states in the wake of the 9/11 attacks and their tremendous aftershocks elsewhere in the world.
In UK airports, a pilot project is to be launched that will scan passengers’ faces with facial recognition technology. Starting this summer, automatic checkpoints that scan passengers’ facial features will gradually be installed.
But not of all passengers, as it will be targeted at UK and EU citizens with biometric passports. So it looks like it won’t be a widespread measure, at least for the time being.
I am somewhat skeptical of this automatic recognition process that leaves it to a chip and scanner to do the job. In addition, it is already warned that there are certain false negatives that will have to be controlled by humans to avoid errors.
Apart from that, it is that practice has shown that the security of this type of passport has already been breached (http://www.xataka.com/2006/01/31-primeros-pasaportes-biometricos-crackeados). We could even say that, if the biometric passport is not mandatory, what dangerous subject would voluntarily do it?