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Fast Food Giant KFC Planning to Serve “Veggie-Chicken” By Next Year

 

KFC, one of the most famous fast food chains on earth, are preparing to fry a brand new set on their menus in the UK – and this time it’s vegan!

 

As the Brits enroll in a completely new diet without animal products, Fast Food chains like Pizza Hut and McDonald’s buckle up for “brand-new” customers in the United Kingdom.

Now KFC decided to jump on the wagon for a little stroll down vegan lane.

 

The fast food giant – apart from Subway, McDonald’s and Burger King – plans to roll out their new item in their restaurants, possibly by next year. However, KFC assures fast food eaters that the fake/imitation-meat will still be coated in Colonel Sanders’s famous seasonings, containing 11 herbs and spices.

 

According to a study by NHS stats, more than one in four adults in the UK are obese. Due to this study, KFC plans to cut calories by a sum of 20%, per serving over the next 7 to 8 years. A Big Daddy Meal from KFC has 1,430 calories; more than 60% of a male adult’s recommended daily intake of calories; and 80% for a female adult.

The chain stated that the new item will be offering “the great taste of KFC to new and existing customers who are changing their dining habits.”

Also, KFC insists the new veggie chicken will be healthier to that of their other items on the menu, for which aren’t vegetarian.

 

As of yet, however, KFC has not given any details on the calorie range of their new item. And if they don’t, we’ll just have to find out ourselves.

 

2018 New Products Launch

This site is still under construction: Many new products—including new book releases—are approaching in February and March, 2018…as well as various new T-Shirt designs and ‘Cyriis Unstoppable Force’ T-Shirts.

Russian Cosmonauts Discover An Organism On the ISS’ Hull That’s Absolutely NOT Human

Russian cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) discovered what may be the first case of alien life—or even DNA—of visitors from another dimension. Spacewalkers often take samples and materials when they stroll outside for what the cosmonauts call “Extravehicular Activity”. Upon discovery of samples and materials, the “residue” is then taken down to scientists who then study them to understand the workings on both the ISS and life in space. Anton Shkaplerov, a Russian cosmonaut who has served onboard the space lab, told the Russian media that during examination, one of those materials turned out to be alien (e.g. unhuman). He stated: “Bacteria that had not been there during the launch of the ISS module were found on the swabs,” the Russian cosmonaut continued. “So, they have flown from somewhere in space and settled on the outside hull.”

Shkaplerov made it perfectly clear that “there is no danger,” and that scientists are struggling and doing more work to find out what this organism is. Could this be DNA—or even a failed test—from an Alien? Shkaplerov also stated that similar missions of the ISS had found bacteria that could survive outrageous temperatures that range between minus one-hundred-fifty degrees Celsius and one-hundred-fifty. Another thing Shkaplerov stated about this recent discovery is that the bacteria—or bacterias—can survive in the harsh, yet deep environments of space.

Earlier this year, a team of Russian scientists announced that the “Test” experiments they conducted had a range of different organisms that had in fact been brought up from Earth. According to the team of scientists, the organisms seemed to be surviving by clinging onto the International Space Station’s hull. “Experiments of various years have revealed fragments of Mycobacteria DNA—a marker of heterotrophic bacterial sea plankton in the Barents Sea; the DNA of extremophile bacteria of the genius Delftria; the DNA of bacteria closely related to those found in soil samples from the island of Madagascar; vegetative genomes; the DNA of certain species of Archaea and the DNA of fungus species Erythrobasidium and Cystobasidium,” the Russian Space Agency “Roscosmos” said in a statement obtained by TASS—that was published in May of two-thousand-seventeen.

Of course it isn’t entirely clear where the organisms are currently being stored and what scientists have discovered about them.

Cigar-Shaped Comet Discovered by Astronomers in Hawaii

 

“Sometimes a Cigar is really not just a cigar”

—J. Cyriis,

(Author of Lenda de 5~D and The Burger Agenda)

 

May I introduce you to Oumuamua, this cigar-shaped comet raced through our solar system from another. Oumuamua’s size is up to a quarter mile long and is highly elongated as well. Its aspect ratio is greater than that of any asteroid or comet inside or outside of the solar system. The discovery was funded by NASA on the twentieth of November, two-thousand-seventeen. NASA and its discoverers believe that this bizarrely-shaped object that suddenly bursted from another solar system traveled for hundreds of millions of years before coming in contact with ours. “For decades now, we have theorized that such interstellar objects are out there, wandering.” Thomas Zurbuchen for NASA’s Science Mission in Washington stated, “And now—for the first time—we have direct evidence that they exist,” he continued. “This history-making discovery is opening a new window to study formations of solar systems beyond our own.”

Karen Meech of the Institute for Astronomy in Hawaii along with a team of astronomers discovered that Oumuamua varies in brightness by a factor of ten, as it spins on its axis every seven point three hours. Meech and the team of astronomers discovered this phenomenon within Oumuamua by simply combining the images from the FORS instrument on the ESO telescope using four different filters with those of other large telescopes. According to Meech and the group, no known asteroid or comet from our solar system varies so widely in brightness, with a large ratio between length and width, as well. But what about the other comets or asteroids outside of our solar system? Is this the only comet in the whole galaxy that varies widely in brightness as well as having a large ratio between length and width? The question remains a big mystery to us all. The most elongated objects protruding through our solar system from another are no more than three time as long as they are wide.

“This unusually big variation in brightness means that the object is highly elongated. It’s about ten times as long as it is wide, with a complex, convoluted shape.” Meech stated.

It’s fascinating how every star and asteroid is one-of-a-kind when it comes to its shape, size and functionalities. After reading this, you’re probably still asking yourself: Where did it come from? Well, most comets follow ellipse-shaped orbits around the sun. But this comet appears to orbit at an angle, and also doesn’t circle the sun. Its orbital path suggests that it entered our solar system from the direction of the constellation, Lyra. Oumuamua has already looped around the sun, it will never return.

However, others suggested that the comet didn’t come from Earth, but interacted with Jupiter (biggest planet in our solar system) or with another planet, causing the comet to change its orbit.

Written by: KFC (Author of The 11th Syzygy)