It may not look like it’s from the “The Jetsons,” but Aeromobil’s flying car is quite impressive. Its take-off speed is 90 miles an hour. Just give it 900 feet of asphalt, grass or even off-road terrain for a runway. This dream becoming reality is not for sale yet. Aeromobile expects to price the flying car in the low six figures.
Month – November 2014
A court has already ruled that the actions of Sheriff Darren White and Captain David Glidden of Nodaway County, Missouri, violated the US Constitution. According to the Home School Legal Defense Association, White and Glidden slapped the mother, “knocking her glasses off of her face” and threatened to shoot the family dog. Jason and Laura Hagan, of New Hampton, are suing the officers.
It is no secret that susceptible students experiment with drugs during the college years. And as we know, even prescription drugs can be abused. Drug vending machines may make it a little easier for a student without wheels to get his prescription, which isn’t bad. But the InstyMeds machine may make it too convenient for stressed out kids to reach for the easy answer —a pill.
Ruby Graupera-Cassimiro was in a hospital recovery room, having just given birth when she blacked out. Medical personnel tried to restart her heart for 45 minutes. Meanwhile, Ruby reports a heavenly experience — you may call it a vision, a dream or something else — in which she was shown it wasn’t her time.
The famous “catch-22″ comes from the book of the same name, set in the World War II era. A soldier wishing to be discharged must first prove that he’s crazy. But if he proves that he’s crazy in order to be discharged, then he really isn’t crazy and so cannot be discharged. In the same way, the Food and Drug Administration is considering a catch-22 of its own that would severely cripple the dietary supplement industry and hurt the patients who benefit from it.