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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - February 24, 2018


(Note: All info that is leaked already occurred unless stated otherwise.)


The Cabal underground outpost/facility near Torc Mountain has been destroyed.


Evidence found of other possible facilities is classified at this time.


Upon the destruction of the facility, many of the facility's personnel have scattered across Kerry County.


Alliance Ghost Operator Teams have went incognito searching for these remaining Cabal escapees.


Local Alliance members in the country's law enforcement and military were contacted and have agreed to help.


One of the incognito Ghost Operators spotted several Cabal escapees disguised as tourists on Carrauntoohil, the largest peak in Ireland.


These Cabal escapees were "covertly" apprehended.


http://www.thejournal.ie/carrauntoohil-mountain-rescues-3858542-Feb2018/


Two other Cabal escapees were also seen in the town of Killarney and were covertly apprehended.


After being interrogated, these two escapees explained that they were to oversee operations at the facility near Torc Mountain.


Before they could arrive, their visit was cut short when they spotted the Alliance surrounding the facility near Torc Mountain.


This is where they decided to go into hiding in Killarney.


It was not long until they were both found intoxicated at a local bar which is where they were covertly apprehended.


No further intel on this matter at this time.


The RV is still set to begin before the collapse, or after the Cabal have been neutralized.


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Scientists Discovered a New Human Organ, and It Could Revolutionize Disease

Source: Futurism

Fragmented No Longer

While its parts have always been there, and have long been considered a part of the digestive system, the mesentery has recently been reclassified as an organ. For centuries the structure that connects the gut to the body has been considered fragmented, with its parts scattered and separated. Researchers from the University of Limerick (UL) in Ireland presented a study published in the medical journal The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology that asserts the mesentery is, in fact, one continuous organ.

"In the paper, which has been peer reviewed and assessed, we are now saying we have an organ in the body which hasn't been acknowledged as such to date," said lead researcher J Calvin Coffrey, professor of surgery at the UL's Graduate Entry Medical School. "The anatomic description that had been laid down over 100 years of anatomy was incorrect. This organ is far from fragmented and complex."

The reclassification of the mesentery as one continuous structure has already began changing the way medical students are studying the human body — and even Gray's Anatomy, the world's most famous medical text book series, has been updated.



The mesentery. Credits: J Calvin Coffey, D Peter O'Leary, Henry Vandyke Carter/University of Limerick

A Better Gut Feeling

"This is relevant universally as it affects all of us," Coffrey explains. He believes that mesenteric science could be its own particular field of medical study — similar to gastroenterology, neurology, or nephrology. It could improve our understanding of diseases in our gut.

"When we approach it like every other organ…we can categorize abdominal disease in terms of this organ,"says Coffrey. Essentially, doctors can may now add mesentery to your list of potential diseases.

Of course, further research is needed to fully understand what exactly the mesentery does. As Coffrey explains:

Up to now there was no such field as mesenteric science. Now we have established anatomy and the structure. The next step is the function. If you understand the function you can identify abnormal function, and then you have disease. Put them all together and you have the field of mesenteric science…the basis for a whole new area of science.

Indeed this is a good thing. By understanding the mesentery as a separate organ, we can dissect abdominal diseases better — "perhaps you're experiencing some mesenteric pains," your doctor could very well be telling you the next time your stomach hurts.

For now, just relish the idea that you now have 79 organs in your body.

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