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Nasa reveals evidence of the existence of a time machine

Nasa reveals in a recent communication that they effectively own a time machine which allowed them to see the future after 21st December 2012.

Many sources point that 21st December 2012 will be the judgement day, the end of the world, the apocalypse… coincidentally, the same day the Mayan calendar ends, at the winter solstice in 2012.

In the mean time, many scientists have been trying to dismiss this theory and prove the world that it won’t happen.
Last December, Nasa finally did it, they released a communication where they clearly state that the world as we know it is not ending any time soon. Everything will be the same the next day and we will live happy ever after, but how can they be so sure? It’s easy, they finally created the long wanted time travelling machine.

They travelled to 22nd December 2012 and noticed that everything was fine, believe it or not this was the only way they could be so certain the world will still exist after December 21st 2012.
Scientist have been there, it was possible to actually see the world the day after the so called 2012 phenomenon with it’s series of cataclysms and events and nothing had changed.

Note that the actual time machine has not been revealed yet by NASA so the picture might not match the actual thing.

Spanish police women posing as criminals for sexy calendar

A group of Spanish police have caused controversy by posing in sexy photos as criminals.
The initiative of a group of police women in Ponent, Catalonia, lead to a protest against calendar where women appear in sensual positions acting like criminals.

Cloaked in lingerie, leather boots, masks, and other accessories, models, which are active police officers, appear in situations that simulate a car robbery, theft of jewellery and works of art.

The sensual calendar was quickly criticized by other security agents, whereas this is an attempt to ridicularize the whole police force.

The Ponent sector police in Catalonia, readily justified this action as an initiative originated by the women involved in the project.

A spokesman for the Ponent police told BBC “They did this pictures as individuals. No official uniform was used in any of the images or any distinctive because they know that this is forbidden by the regulation”.

The idea of the agents involved, according to the same spokesman, was to make a “unique gift” to colleagues, friends and family. But the result was a huge controversy, with the unions of the police to classify the calendar as “irresponsible”.