A Brazilian non-profit called Moscamed will breed up to 12 million male mosquitoes a week and then sterilize them with the cobalt-60 irradiator, produced by Canadian company MDS Nordion, Bourtzis said.The sterile males will be released into target areas to mate with wild females who will lay eggs that produce no offspring, he said during an IAEA meeting of mosquito control experts. Now Varjak must use the Way to survive in a city full of dangerous dogs, cat gangs, and strangest of all, the mysterious Vanishings... Shadow-Walking." Varjak Paw is a Mesopotamian Blue kitten. He's never left home, but then his grandfather tells him about the Way – a secret martial art for cats.Brazilian researchers are also experimenting with radiation.
I would've liked to see slightly longer shots in some of fight editing, but still, its a lot better than most of the stuff out there. Certain scenes and setting (Shaolin / Hades) just look deep, and vivid.
My verdict, if your into martial arts films, check it out!
"There are Seven Skills in the Way of Jalal," whispered the Elder Paw.
Patricia Araujo (L), 23, who is seven-months pregnant, stands next to children as they pose in front of their stilt house, a lake dwelling also known as palafitte or 'Palafito', in Recife, Brazil, February 8, 2016.
REUTERS/Nacho Doce By Anthony Boadle BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil is planning to fight the Zika virus by zapping millions of male mosquitoes with gamma rays to sterilize them and stop the spread of the virus linked to thousands of birth defects.