Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10365772 Quoting: arkay
Of some concern, after my daily look at...
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu
Not only have they removed the previously reported cases of bird flu deaths, that I commenced this thread with.
Now they are not, at least yet, reporting the newer cases that EMA has just bought to light in her recent post.
This worries me.
YES IT SEEMS THEY ARE CORRUPT
I think that corrupt is perhaps a bit harsh.
However, if you look right down their front page you will also see a table that shows NEO's, i.e. Near Earth Objects.
Late last year there was one that was going to get quite close to earth, and of course there was all the usual skuttlebut about an Earth Extinction event and so on.
What I did notice was that their "list" of NEO's stopped just a few days short of that asteroids predicted pass.
I contacted them and within a few days, with no response, the list was fully reinstated well into the next month.
Now, not be any type of alarmist, Ive been noticing that their "list" has again ceased to be updated.
Just a comment for the sake of being observant.
As I have previously stated, I find that particular site to be an excellent source of information and to be honest I really dont see anything untoward with how they operate.
If you look carefully, they are simply a site that sources all its information from a multitude of "Primary" providers.
And apolagies for being Off Topic.