China To Finally Fix Pollution Problem So That It Can Keep Spying On People
Nov 06, 2013 12:03
You would think that the fact that smog stinks, makes it hard to breathe,
and makes people sick would make China finally do something about it. But the
smog situation has only now become a national security concern because it's
disrupting the feed from their spy cams.
The pollution is said to be so bad now that the country's massive network of surveillance cameras has now been rendered useless. Even the infrared cameras are reportedly not working properly.
Because of this, the National Natural Science Foundation has decided to fund two separate teams to figure out how to solve this pesky smog problem within the next four years. Here's hoping that they stay focused on the smog problem, and not just decide to invent a camera that can see through smog.
The basic loan process involves a lender who lends some amount of money to the borrower with the assurance that the borrower will return the given amount with the current rate of interest within the decided time. Before giving the loan, verification of employment or income of the borrower is done. In a secured loan, the borrower pledges their asset as collateral. Read more
One by one, states throughout the country are legalizing marijuana at the state level—even though marijuana remains illegal at the federal level. In some states, restrictions are still very tight, decriminalizing marijuana or only permitting it for prescribed use for certain medical conditions. In other states, you can easily buy marijuana online and even have it delivered. Read more