Unexplained Explosions in Iran, Things Do Go Boom in the Night
Last week, three time in five days, Iran was rocked by massive explosions. Saturday, another explosion reportedly damaged a power plant in the Iranian city of Ahvaz, the latest in a series of mysterious blasts in the country that prompted Iran to issue a warning to Israel and the US earlier this week.
The incident came after an explosion damaged Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility on Thursday, and last week a large blast was felt in Tehran, apparently caused by an explosion at the Parchin military complex, which defense analysts believe holds an underground tunnel system and missile production facilities.
All are mysterious, with the only consistent fact is that Iranian official explanations lack credibility or consistency. In other words, they do not know for sure what happened. Three Iranian officials told the Reuters news agency they believed the incident at the Natanz enrichment facility early Thursday was the result of a cyberattack, and two of them said Israel could have been behind it, but offered no evidence. More
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A new study says adults who consume one to two alcoholic drinks per day usually performed better on the cognition tests over time than non-drinkers. The study is published in JAMA