A Reddit user has exposed the shocking fact that the epicenter of the zika outbreak is located precisely where so-called genetically modified or “GM” mosquitoes were released in 2015.
The particular strain of Oxitec GM mosquitoes, OX513A, are said to be genetically altered in an effort to cause the vast majority of their offspring to die before they mature. The insects were said to have been released in an effort to control dengue, zika, and other viruses, but that plan has appeared to have backfired, or did it?
Those genetically-modified mosquitoes work to control wild, potentially disease-carrying populations in a very specific manner. Continue reading
GM CEO Mary Barra was interviewed by federal investigators as part of the ignition switch recalls of last year.
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Without warning a sinkhole opened and gobbled up eight rare Corvette motor cars on display at Kentucky’s National Corvette Museum..
The hole, which resulted from underground caves, is 40 feet wide and at least 20 feet deep. The room with the sinkhole has been closed, but the rest of the museum remains open for business.
Two of the expensive whips were on loan from GM!
1993 ZR-1 Spyder
2009 ZR1 “Blue Devil”
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If you ever needed proof of the resurgence of General Motors, the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray coupe is it.
Doug Melvin, GM of the Milwaukee Brewers is recovering after being stung by a scorpion! His wife shrieked when she saw what she believed was a harmless insect crawling around their posh Phoenix area condo summoning Melvin the manly man to deal with the tiny intruder and when he went in for the pick up with a wadded-up Kleenex, the scorpion stung him right on through!
Arizona bark scorpion is highly venomous and in … Continue Reading Post
Before you run out to your local car dealership, there are only seven ETVs and one is one display at the London Motor Museum in Middlesex, the other six belong to the world’s most elite…
GM is halting production of the Chevy Volt for at least one month, according to trade publication Automotive News.
It is the second time production has been interrupted for the Volt.
The Volt, which can go 38 miles on battery power, has been a hard sell at most dealerships.
General Motors will halt assembly of the Volt for at least four weeks starting next month.
The Detroit-Hamtramck plant is expected to be shuttered from Sept. … Continue Reading Post