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Steve K

Citizen based in Toronto, ON, Canada. Joined on Mar 4, 2011
Expertise in General business news & info, Religion, Science & space



Cdn retired senior.
Licensed engineer [Corp of Engineers of Que] during 70s. Tech & mgt background c/w 2 promotions while employed with 5 major corporations; leaders in their respective industries.

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Steve K said:
... Washington and at the Pentagon are playing a very dangerous game that could escalate into a global nuclear holocaust.
In News: NATO eastward expansion would be 'catastrophic': Russian official
Steve K said:
... to specific vital organs like the heart and lungs, replacing these with the vaguely defined word 'tissue' ..."
In News: Planned Parenthood defends itself against video that twists facts
Steve K said:
... from J-W; who continues to provide meaningful articles pertaining to telecommunications or other high-tech topics.
In News: Yes, Windows 10 shares your Wi-Fi password: What you need to know
Steve K said:
... Each person must decide for himself / herself which of the two is more preferable: convenience or security.
In News: Yes, Windows 10 shares your Wi-Fi password: What you need to know
Steve K said:
An excellent point, Paul!
In News: Op-Ed: Conservative hate campaign against the poor screws up, yet again
Steve K said:
... society. Hence, my closing sentence under [#1]; posted in humorous wit, or sarcasm, depending on one's point-of-view.
In News: Canada unveils Franklin expedition commemorative stamp and coin
Steve K said:
... cards since they offer virtually no protection to users; at least credit cards offer a measure of user protection.
In News: Hackers could go on a easy spending spree with contactless cards
Steve K said:
... wonder whether or not a firearm, if available at the home, could have prevented this gruesome loss of so many lives.
In News: Two Oklahoma teens in custody after family found stabbed to death
Steve K said:
... the coast of El Salvador. The vessel was found to be carrying around eight tonnes of cocaine." One heck of a haul!
In News: Submarine seized with eight tonnes of cocaine on board
Steve K said:
A shocking revelation!
In News: U.S. anthrax samples shipped to dozens of labs in past decade: Report