MSI aesthetically pleasing Dark Design MSI MEG X570 Unify motherboard (updated)   

RGB has been a trend that has developed big time and got implemented into anything you can give some power. Now, I've been saying to graphics card and motherboard manufacturers for years now, make a ...

Robot Democratization: A Machine for Every Manufacturer   


With collaborative robots proliferating, we wanted to know who’s using these robots and what tasks they’re doing. Design News caught up with Walter Vahey, executive vice-president at Teradyne, a company that helps manufacturers gear up their automation. Vahey sees a real change in the companies that are deploying robotics. For years robots were tools only for the largest manufacturers. They required expensive care and feeding in the form of integrators and programming. Now, collaborative robots require configuration rather than programming, and they can be quickly switched from task to task.

Vahey talked about robot companies such as Universal Robots (UR) which produces robot arms, and MiR, a company that produces collaborative mobile robots. He explained how they’re putting robotics in the hands of smaller manufacturers that previously could not afford advanced automation. The difference is that these robots are less expensive, they can be set up for production without programming, and they can be quickly reconfigured to change tasks.

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Robots are now within the investment reach of small manufacturers. That's fueling a surge in the use of collaborative robots. (Image source: Universal Robots)

We asked Vahey what’s different about collaborative robots and what he’s seeing in robot adoption among smaller manufacturers.

Design News: Tell us about the new robots and how they’re getting deployed.

Walter Vahey: Companies such as Universal Robots and MiR are pioneering the robot space. They’re bringing automation to a broad class of users and democratizing automation. For small companies, the task at hand is to figure out how to fulfill their orders. It’s particularly challenging to manufacturers. In a tight labor market, manufacturers are facing more competition, growing demand, and higher expectations in quality.

Manufacturer can plug UR or MiR robots in very quickly. Everything is easy, from the specs up front to ordering to quickly arranging and training the robot. There’s no programming, and the robots have the flexibility to do a variety of applications. Every customer is dealing with labor challenges, so now they’re deploying collaborative robots to fulfill demand with high quality.

The whole paradigm has shifted now that you have a broader range of robot applications. You can easily and quickly bring in automation, plug it in ,and get product moving in hours or days rather than months. That’s what’s driving the growth at UR and MiR.

The Issue of Change Management

Design News: Is change management a hurdle?. Does the robot cause workforce disruption?

Walter Vahey: We really haven’t seen that as an issue. The overwhelming need to improve and fulfill demand at a higher quality level helps the manufacturers deploy. It outweighs other challenges. We help with the deployment, and the manufacturers are making the change easily.

We grew up as a supplier of electronic test equipment. Since 2015, we’ve entered the industrial automation market with a focus on the emerging collaborative robot space. We see that as a way to change the equation for manufacturers, making it faster and easier to deploy automation.

Design News: What about return on investment? Robotics can be a considerable investment for a small company/

Walter Vahey: The customers today are looking for relatively short ROI, and we’re seeing it from 6 months to a year. That’s a no brainer for manufacturers. They’re ready to jump in.

We work hard to make deployment less of an issue. We have an application builder, and we use it to prepare for deployment. The new user may have a pick-and-place operation. They choose the gripper, and we guide them to partners who make it easy to deploy.

The application builder helps the customer pick the gripper. The whole object is to get the customer deployed rapidly so the automation doesn’t sit. With MiR, the robot comes in, and we find an easy application for the mobile device. We take the robot around the plant and map it. We’ve work to guide customers through an application quickly and make the robot productive as soon as possible.

There are hundreds of partners that work with UR and MiR, providing grippers and end effectors. We have a system that customers can plug into. Customer can look at grippers from a wide range of companies. We’re not working just on the robot deployment. We work to get the whole system deployed so they can quickly get the ROI.

What Tasks Are the Robots Taking On?

Design News: Who in the plant is using the robots, and what tasks are involved?

Walter Vahey: There is a range of users. To be effective at training a robot and configuring it, the people best suited for it are the ones most aware of the task. To get the robot to be effective you have to know the task. By and large, the person who has been doing that task is best suited to train the robot. That person can then train other robots. Nobody’s better suited to do it than the people who know what needs to be done.

The tasks are broad set of applications. We automate virtually any task and any material movement. It’s not quite that simple, but it’s close. With UR, we’re doing machine learning, grinding, packing, pick-and-place, repetitive tasks, welding. It’s a very broad set of applications. In materials it’s also very broad. Parts going from a warehouse to a work cell, and then from the work cell to another work cell, up to a 1000-kilo payload. We’re moving robots into warehousing and logistics space, even large pieces of metal. The robots are well suited for long runs of pallets of materials.

Rob Spiegel has covered automation and control for 19 years, 17 of them for Design News. Other topics he has covered include supply chain technology, alternative energy, and cyber security. For 10 years, he was owner and publisher of the food magazine Chile Pepper.

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GMA to relaunch as Consumer Brands Association in 2020   


The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) announced it will become the Consumer Brands Association (CBA), effective January 2020.


Trade War: Why manufacturers are not rushing into India, Indonesia   

As the US-China trade war continues, tariffs are making exports from China expensive for US importers.

Survey: Half of U.S. workers face one or more serious mobile issues monthly   


A new survey of hundreds of U.S. companies shows that 51% of workers experienced at least one mobile device issue a month that hindered their ability to do their job – and the number of such problems is increasing.

The second annual State of Enterprise Mobility Survey found that mobile device failures can have financial impacts on companies, including lost productivity and workers calling in sick because of job stress – particularly for companies that use thousands of mobile devices in the field.

More than one-third (37%) of those surveyed experienced an increase in mobile device issues during the past 12 to 18 months; the most common failures involved unreliable network connections (45%); battery failure (41%); and apps that crash or become unstable (40%).

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PET vs. Glass: Which Has a Lower Environmental Impact?   


It’s not uncommon for PET to be compared to glass. Consumers consider glass to be a more sustainable alternative to plastic, while manufacturers use glass for thermally processed foods. However, ThermaSet® technology allows PET to be used in hot fill applications where glass was historically used. When ThermaSet was evaluated in a life-cycle assessment, its environmental impact was surprising. In this white paper, you’ll learn:

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Global Automotive Chassis Dynamometers Market Professional Survey 2019 by Manufacturers, Regions, Countries, Types and Applications, Forecast to 2024   

The Automotive Chassis Dynamometers market was valued at XX Million US$ in 2018 and is projected to reach XX Million US$ by 2024, at a CAGR of XX% during the forecast period. In this study, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2024 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Automotive Chassis Dynamometers. Global Automotive Chassis Dynamometers industry market professional research 2014-2024, is a report which provides the details about industry overview, industry chain, market size (sales, revenue, and growth rate), gross margin, major manufacturers ...

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QOTD: Wheely Good Choices?   


For an age, car manufacturers were stuck with trying to package an airbag into the centre hub of a steering wheel using technology that — compared to today’s kit — approximated that of what was found on Roman chariots. Most of us will remember the “lunchbox” airbags of the era, especially the enormous rectangular hub […]

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GearBest’s Mobile World Congress 2017 Deals: Huge Discounts on Mobile & Accessories   


Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the biggest mobile exhibition where manufacturers showcase their upcoming latest flagship and high-end devices to get a strong grip in the market of the first half of the year. Like every year, MWC 2017 has been started in Barcelona in 27th February and last till 2nd March. But, we have […]

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Tea Packaging Market Projection By Key Players, Status, Growth, Revenue, SWOT Analysis Forecast 2025   

     Tea Packaging Market – 2019-2025   Market Overview   Tea is a beverage that deserves special attention as its popularity is aroma-specific. Normal Packaging does not guarantee long-lasting aroma. However, for tea it is its unique selling proposition. Not just for aroma, but the quality has to be retained. That is why manufacturers … Continue reading Tea Packaging Market Projection By Key Players, Status, Growth, Revenue, SWOT Analysis Forecast 2025

Eritrea takes part in the Global Aviation Security Symposium    


Eritrea takes part in the Global Aviation Security Symposium and the 40th Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)

Eritrea participated at the Global Aviation Security Symposium and the 40th Session of the International Civil Aviation Organization in Montreal, Canada.

The Eritrean delegation was led by Mr. Paulos Kahsay, Director-General of the Civil Aviation Authority and was accompanied by Mr. Samuel Ghirmai Igbu of the Consulate General of the State of Eritrea to Canada between September 24th to October 4th, 2019.

The delegation presented working papers relating to aviation security, safety, air transport, air navigation, and administration. They also participated in an exhibition displaying new and innovative products and services.

The Global Aviation Security Symposium was attended by 42 member states and 7 aviation manufacturers. Similarly, the Assembly was attended by 193 member states and aviation manufacturers and service providers.

Eritrea became a member of the ICAO in 1993 and subsequently got its airspace demarcated on the 8 March 2000.

Mr. Paulos Kahsay delivered Eritrea’s statement before the Assembly. In his statement on behalf of the Government of the State of Eritrea, he passed his warm greetings and best wishes for the successful deliberations.. Furthermore, Mr. Paulos highlighted that Eritrea continues to focus on capacity building and skills enhancement.

Eritrea made remarkable success in aviation security by scoring 75.56% well above the global average which is at 72% and that of Africa at 60%. The global target is at 72%.


FREE DESIGN - SewWhat-Pro Embroidery Software - Sew What Pro - Embroidery Editing - Embroidery Software - Digitizing by AppliqueBliss   


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As an experienced embroiderer and digitizer, I know a good embroidery software! I began selling SewWhat-Pro because I was impressed with the low price yet high functionality and user friendliness. I have seen many other software programs and Sewwhat-Pro is by far the best! It is a great program for a home or small business embroiderer to add names/monograms or make adjustments to existing designs. Please see the FREE TRIAL information below and make sure to read the entire description! :)

*******Limited Time Offer - Get a FREE DESIGN of your choice with your purchase of SewWhat-Pro! Instructions included in the file documents on how to receive your free design! (Please do not add the design to your cart with the purchase of SewWhat-Pro!)

Copy and paste link below into your browser to install the trial version of the software. Once purchased, just register your trial version to gain access to the full retail version! This is highly recommended that you download the trial to ensure software is compatible with your computer. Because this free trial is offered, no refunds will be accepted! After installation, select "Demo"

*Add names & combine designs
*Compatible with Brother, Babylock, Tajima, Viking, Pfaff, Singer, and many more (see photos for listing)
*Full version with free software updates (For WINDOWS ONLY)
*Simply register your trial version for full access - no need to redownload

Features of SewWhat-Pro:
-View thumbnails (in Album View) of files in your working directory
-Write Designer-1© floppy disks and USB drives
-Use TrueType fonts [TTF©] to create monogram lettering
-Resize, reposition, delete, rotate, and merge sewing patterns
-Convert from, and save to, various file formats (see chart below) either individually or in batch mode
-Simulate the real-time stitch out of a pattern
-Change individual thread colors and background fabrics
-Print out the design and design summary
-View (or hide) a stitch histogram of the thread length distribution for each pattern
-Hide or view (as thickened or dashed lines) jump stitches
-ICON toolbar button to toggle between thread pane information and alphabet mode for easy entering of pre-digitized lettering
-Applique cutter tool for creating SVG and JPG files for outline of applique, used to cut applique fabric in Cameo© and Cricut© -software
-Cutting toolbar allows graphical separation of patterns at specific stitches
-Density adjustment dialog to resize a pattern at constant density
-Graphical or text-based reordering of thread color stops is available
-Capability to write Smart Media or Compact Flash cards for Singer, Brother, Janome, and new Bernina machines
-Converts Cross Stitch patterns to embroidery files using a “plugin” from myriaCross (MC). -
-Supports a command-line interface for file conversion which has the form:
-SewWhat-Pro.exe file1.ext1 file2.ext2 /c

Integrated Project Management Features of SewWhat-Pro:
-Includes an editable table for entering project information
-Easily editable list of thread colors and manufacturer brands
-Capability to read/write thread color “txt” files for single/multiple projects
-Thread palettes from over 15 manufacturers are available
-Customizable user-defined thread palettes can be easily added

***This software does not convert images to stitch files or allow you to create your own original embroidery designs. This software is primarily an editor.

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You will receive multiple links to video tutorials and the Manufacturer's User Manual!

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Consumer Health Alert: E-cigarettes, Vape Pens and Juul   

Justice Starts Here! Let Hendy | Johnson | Vaughn | Emery Law Firm take on the E-Cigarette manufacturers on your behalf for failing to warn the public of the potential risks.

Google will require ALL Android devices with USB-C to support USB-PD   


As much as they have tried Google have not managed to convince manufacturers of the benefits of USB power delivery charging with manufacturers usually opting for their own charging solutions or Qualcomm’s fast charge. Now Google is looking to enforce the compatibility with USB-PD according to the latest GMS requirements. In previous GMS documentation Google …

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Google will no longer allow manufacturers to include their own gesture navigation systems as an option in setup   


Google seems to have finally settled on the gesture navigation system that they deem to be best for Android and are making sure other manufacturers put it at the forefront of their phones. 9to5Google were digging through the latest Google Mobile Services (GMS) agreement which provides manufacturers with the requirements they need to adhere to …

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Google forces manufacturers to hide their own gesture navigation setups in Android 10   

When Android 10 launched last month it brought a number of changes with it including Google's improved gesture navigation system. Or was it improved? Trying to navigate around certain apps and websites will accidentally trigger the back gesture. For example, if you go to the Go Comics app and try to swipe to that last panel on the right side of the screen, you'll often end up going back a page. Or if you play Words With Friends, you might find yourself accidentally triggering the "Back" gesture when moving the "tiles." This can be adjusted by using the sensitivity slider found in the gesture ...

Electrical and Instrumentation (E&I) Technician - GEORGIA-PACIFIC - Lovell, WY   

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Dealer Floor Plan Processor II   

GENERAL FUNCTION: Under minimal supervision, the Dealer Floor Plan Processor II will be responsible for initiating advances, applying payments, setting up unit loans.


.Ensure adherence to loan, credit, and operational policies.

.Assist level I processors with basic job functions as needed.

.Assist with the training of all new Processor I additions to staff.

.Review of all auction house requests for proper documentation prior to posting advances on the customer''s loan with direct payment to auction house.

.Use reports to research and process any MICR rejected payments / advances that have rejected into the In Process account. Communicate with external customer for clarification and resolution as needed.

.Use analysis to review all lease documentation including receipt of original title and verification of the Fifth Third Lien Position.

.Accurately document the title and Security Agreement information on all Lease Line Dealers for collateral verification by field auditors and Relationship Managers

.Monitor unit paid reports for timely release of titles to customers after payoff.

.Provide approvals to third party manufactures while monitoring commitment levels to eliminate risk to Fifth Third Bank. These approvals can be up to $500,000.00. Must monitor and track availability, and work with Affiliate RM on all exception /overline requests.

.Use professional telephone communication skills to work with the external customer and or manufacturers upon receipt of invoices so that flooring approval can be obtained and the manufactured paid in a timely manner.

.Ensure accurate and timely processing of intermediate level dealer floor plan adjustment requests at both obligor and unit level.

.Review and accurately process simple interest and curtailment payments.

.Research and resolve all problems identified by field auditors for Dealer Floor Plan. Communicate with external customer or Relationship Manager, providing documentation of research and work with the customer for resolution of audit issues.

.Verify EFT information, input and prepare ACH transactions for customers and third party vendors. Provide back up documentation and report to management when completed for final approval and authorization for all transactions.

.Responsible for the QA of DFP payoff, flooring, adjustment processing and new loan setups and renewals.

.Provide a high level of customer service.

.Ability to accurately handle all job functions of a DFP Processor I.

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wake surfing - the basics   


The surf culture is so deeply rooted in Australia that coupled with the extensive coastline means that practically anywhere you go in Australia you will be able to find a good cheap surf school to get you through the basics and to the fun part within a few hours. If you been trying to surf and have felt unbelievably hopeless or frustrated, here are a few tips to help you get up on your surfboard and ride for longer.

There are even surf clothing and surfboard manufacturers who cater specifically to women. Even if you think you're going to get beat by the wave, just keep paddling straight toward the wave. You can learn the rules, so that you don't steal or snake someone else's wave, or do anything else that's a big surfing no no.

375 miles to the west of Cape Town is Eastern Cape, home to Jeffries Bay, or J-Bay as it is known, is a pristine spot for consistent surf with famous curls. You may need all the strength you have at some stage. If you want to go down the face of the wave, you have to keep your head down.

Also practice paddling for waves, getting as much speed as possible, and jumping up as quickly as you can. If you are going surfing at a spot you are unfamiliar with it is a good idea to get some advice from a local.


Eco Friendly Non-woven bags for Brand Promotional   

SASIRI POLYSACKS PVT LIMITED, established in year 2007 located in Bujjampola, Dankotuwa. The company is leading Manufacturers & Suppliers of Woven Polypropylene Bags, Leno Mesh Bags, Nonwoven Bags, Fruit Net Bags and Laminated Bags in the Sri Lanka Sasiri Polysacks brought you a range of eco-friendly bags solutions of Branded Non-woven promotional bag with your … Continue reading Eco Friendly Non-woven bags for Brand Promotional

(PR) AMD announces Ryzen PRO 3000 Series for workstations   

AMD Announces Worldwide Availability of AMD Ryzen™ PRO 3000 Series Processors Designed to Power the Modern Business PC Powerful performance for energy-efficient business desktop PCs from processors offering up to 12 cores – Strong portfolio of enterprise offerings from global commercial PC manufacturers including HP and Lenovo – SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 30, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) announced the global availability of its new AMD Ryzen™ PRO 3000 Series desktop processor lineup, along with new AMD Ryzen™ PRO processors with Radeon™ Vega Graphics and AMD Athlon™ PRO processors with Radeon™ Vega Graphics. The AMD Ryzen PRO and Athlon PRO desktop...

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How 3D printing will transform mass production   

The technology helps manufacturers customise items but economies of scale are hard to overcome

Transsnet Finance Nigeria Limited Recruitment for Sales Agents   

Transsnet Financial is launching game-changing fintech apps in the Nigerian market to help people transact, save and borrow money. Transsnet is a joint venture between Transsion, the manufacturers of smartphone brands used by over 30% of Africans, including Tecno, Infinix and Itel, and NetEase, one of China’s biggest internet companies. We are recruiting to fill... Read More


Dr. Richard Daystrom on MEDICAL HORROR: Genetic Sequencing of Common Vaccine Finds Entire Male Human Genome from Aborted Human Baby… “A Complete Individual Genome” With Abnormal, Modified Genes… 560 Genes Linked to Cancer   


MEDICAL HORROR: Genetic Sequencing of Common Vaccine Finds Entire Male Human Genome from Aborted Human Baby… “A Complete Individual Genome” With Abnormal, Modified Genes… 560 Genes Linked to Cancer


Friday, October 04, 2019 by: Mike Adams
Tags: aborted human fetal cellsbad-cancerbad-healthbad medicinebad-sciencecancergenetic sequencingMMR vaccinesvaccines

 Vaccines are routinely formulated with aborted human fetal cells known as MRC-5 and WI-38. The CDC openly lists some of the vaccines that use these “human diploid” cells, including Twinrix (Hep A / Hep B), ProQuad (MMRV) and Varivax (Varicella / chicken pox). FDA-published vaccine insert sheets such as this one for Varivax also openly admit to the use of aborted human fetal cell lines such as MRC-5:

The product also contains residual components of MRC-5 cells including DNA and protein and trace quantities of neomycin and bovine calf serum from MRC-5 culture media.

Even this GlaxoSmithKline vaccine insert sheet openly discusses the use of aborted human fetal cells in its Priorix-Tetra vaccine (MMRV):

Each virus strain is separately produced in either chick embryo cells (mumps and measles) or MRC5 human diploid cells (rubella and varicella).

Yet, amazingly, almost no member of the public is aware that aborted human fetal cells are routinely used in vaccines. The lying fake news media insists such talk is a “conspiracy theory,” even as the CDC, FDA and vaccine manufacturers openly declare the ingredient is being used in numerous vaccines. (See for daily coverage of breaking news on vaccines.)

Now, a laboratory in Italy has carried out a complete genome sequencing of this MRC-5 cell line that’s deliberately inserted into multiple vaccines. What they’ve found in beyond shocking… it’s horrifying. As explained by Children’s Health Defense:

The Corvelva team summarized their findings as follows:

1- The fetal cell line was found to belong to a male fetus.

2- The cell line presents itself in such a way that it is likely to be very old, thus consistent with the declared line of the 1960s.

3- The fetal human DNA represented in this vaccine is a complete individual genome, that is, the genomic DNA of all the chromosomes of an individual is present in the vaccine.

4- The human genomic DNA contained in this vaccine is clearly, undoubtedly abnormal, presenting important inconsistencies with a typical human genome, that is, with that of a healthy individual.

5- 560 genes known to be associated with forms of cancer were tested and all underwent major modifications.

6- There are variations whose consequences are not even known, not yet appearing in the literature, but which still affect genes involved in the induction of human cancer.

7- What is also clearly abnormal is the genome excess showing changes in the number of copies and structural variants.

560 cancer genes, abnormal DNA, genetic “modification” of potentially hazardous genes, yet mandated to be injected into every child

What’s clear from this genetic sequencing is that the vaccine industry is inoculating children with engineered cancer. As CHD explains, the vaccines are deliberately formulated with cancer-causing genes which have been specifically modified to promote cancer tumors:

[I[inside the vaccines that have been administered for decades is the presence of a progressively more genetically modified DNA and uncontrolled quantities has been allowed…

…[T]he DNA contained in these vaccines is potentially TUMORIGENIC and that the guidelines to which the supervisory bodies are appealing are NOT ADEQUATE. Moreover, we are publicly denouncing a SERIOUS OMISSION in taking those PRECAUTIONAL measures which, on the other hand, are urgently requested for antacid drugs.

Not only is this cancer-ridden genetic code inserted into all these vaccines given to children, but the dose of the cancer-infected DNA is dangerously high. As CHD explains:

…[T]he contaminant fetal DNA present in all samples analyzed in varying quantities (thus uncontrolled) is up to 300 times higher than the limit imposed by the EMA for carcinogenic DNA (10 ng/dose, corresponding to DNA contained in approximately 1000 tumor cells, derived from a statistical calculation, while the precautionary limit is 10 pg/dose), a limit that must also be applied to MRC-5 fetal DNA which inevitably contaminates Priorix tetra.

“Modifications” of genes associated with cancer tumors

The genome sequencing also found that hundreds of genes linked to cancer tumors have been modified. As explained by the study authors:

…[I]mportant modifications of genes known to be associated with various tumor forms have been identified, for all the 560 verified genes; furthermore, there are variants whose consequences are not known, but which, however, affects genes involved in the induction of human cancer.

This indicates that the MRC-5 aborted human fetal cells appear to have been deliberately modified to make them more tumorigenic… i.e. more likely to cause cancer tumors in human recipients of the vaccine injections.

This would, of course, ensure long-term revenues from the cancer drugs that are also manufactured and sold by the same pharmaceutical giants that manufacture and market vaccines. Repeat business, after all, is a very lucrative business model, and if you can lace vaccines with the genetic blueprints for long-term cancer, you can make sure that a very high percentage of today’s children are eventually diagnosed with cancer, after which they become lucrative customers for Big Pharma’s cancer drugs.

The genome sequencing of the MRC-5 “human diploid” cells used in vaccines is even described by researchers as, “anomalous” when compared to a healthy human being. From the study’s conclusion:

The human genomic DNA contained in the Priorix lot vaccine. n. A71CB256A is evidently anomalous, presenting important inconsistencies if compared to a typical human genome, i.e. the one of a healthy human being. There are several unknown variants (not noted in public databases) and some of them are located in genes involved in cancer. What is also apparently anomalous, is the excess of genome that shows changes in the number of copies (CNV) and structural variants (SV), such as translocations, insertions, deletions, duplications and inversions, many of which involve genes.

This conclusion appears to confirm that MRC-5 cell lines used in vaccines have been genetically modified to make them more likely to cause cancer in vaccine recipients. Subsequently, vaccine mandates are actually forcing children to be injected with cancer genes so that they become future customers of Big Pharma’s for-profit cancer treatment “solutions” which are incredibly toxic to human health.

Human children, in other words, are being injected with the genetically modified DNA of another aborted human child in order to cause cancer on a nationwide scale, all to benefit the bottom line of the pharmaceutical industry that pushes total censorship about any criticism of vaccines or vaccine ingredients.

“Defective” vaccines that are “potentially dangerous to human health”

The upshot is that these vaccines which are deliberately contaminated with abnormal, cancer-infested human genes are “defective,” according to an analysis by CHD:

As a consequence, this vaccine should be considered defective and potentially dangerous to human health, in particular to the pediatric population which is much more vulnerable to genetic and autoimmune damage.

Watch this shocking video summary… a more detailed long-form video is coming next week

Here’s a summary of these findings, in a short video that will be expanded next week into a full lecture.


Dart Boosts Firefighting Product Line with Simplex Buy   

Rotorcraft mission specific equipment manufacturer Dart Aerospace can now boost is catalog with the addition of Oregon-based Simplex Aerospace.
October 2, 2019, 11:02 AM

Canadian aftermarket helicopter equipment manufacturer Dart Aerospace has acquired Oregon-based aerial firefighting equipment specialist Simplex Aerospace, which traces its history back more than seven decades. The two companies will merge under the Dart brand, which will now encompass more than 320 employees spread over eight locations worldwide.

The purchase, terms of which were not disclosed, will allow Montreal-based Dart to broaden and diversify its firefighting equipment catalog and enable it to offer new products to its global network of rotorcraft manufacturers and operators, including firefighting belly tanks, aerial cleaning supplies, and spray systems for agricultural applications.

With the support of Simplex’s 200-plus international product certifications and its years of experience in the aerial firefighting sector, Dart will strengthen its global leadership position by providing helicopter mission equipment for offshore, firefighting, and utility applications, as well as an increased portfolio alongside our current product offering of 900-plus STCs,” said company president and CEO Alain Madore.

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