`Delta`, a Ukrainian-born former IDF soldier calls his militia troops "the Blue
Helmets of Maidan," but brown is the color of his headgear ...
(w/ analysis & comments at Sott.net)
also... background: new (unelected) interim P.M. of Ukraine, Arseniy Yatsenyuk,
(jewish former Central Banker, now claims to be 'Greek Catholic' jesuit-affiliated ?) etc.
see links -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arseniy_Yatsenyuk
(`The Society of Jesus in Ukraine`) http://www.jesuit-ua.org/english.htm
US Agency for International Development (USAID) played a major role in funding opposition groups prior to the
'Ukraine eruption' (banksters' coup d'etat). Moreover, a large percentage of funding came from billionaire (father of eBay)
Pierre Omidyar, founder of 'First Look' & 'The Intercept' digital media sites (& G. Greenwald's patron) ...

As a postdoctoral researcher at MIT, I am not even back to earning what I did ten years ago as a junior programmer with no skills or domain-specific knowledge. In a commercial setting, my compensation would have kept pace with my knowledge and skills, but in academia, there seems to be a complete decoupling of the two.
A laser beam can alter a fly’s behavior and make it mate with just about anything — even a ball of wax, according to scientists at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. The researchers have...
...a new study from the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) says that limiting the use of smartphones and other electronics at night is critical.
No one knows ITER’s true cost, which may be incalculable, but estimates have been rising steadily, and a conservative figure rests at twenty billion dollars, a sum which makes ITER the most expensive scientific instrument on Earth. But if it is truly possible to bottle up a star, and to do so economically, the technology could solve the world’s energy problems for the next thirty million years, and help save the planet from environmental catastrophe. Thirty-five countries, representing more than half the world’s population, are invested in the project, which is so complex to finance that it r
County officials refused to answer questions this week about how they vetted BMT International Security Services.
(CNN) -- A third of the houses on Britain's second most expensive street are lying vacant, many abandoned for decades and left to rot.