The Internet is a place where money can be practically done with nothing. An example is China Capital Investment Limited, which buys parked Internet domains and then uses a special script to display the ads on various types of websites.

As reported by the media, the Chinese CCI has recently made a very surprising move, the acquisition of about $ 2 million 196 879 Internet domains parked right after registration, whose owners have for some time forgotten to pay for them.

Of course, the company did not register random domains, but carefully selected for the number of backlinks. These are links from other sites that lead to content on a domain-linked site. Then, using a special script, they use them to show ads.

If, for example, we liked the image on a page linked to one of the parked domains and pasted it on our site along with the link to it, we can replace it with special CCI tools. Instead of the image mentioned above, this site will display the ad, which the site owner probably will not even know, thereby contributing to the expansion of Chinese business assets.

The malicious script does the same thing with JavaScript files. So, if we use an extension file hosted on an external site whose rental period has expired, CCI after taking over this domain can take over virtually all traffic from our site by directing it to its own parked domain where ads are displayed.

The population of our planet is getting bigger, and this means that soon there will be first problems feeding such a mass of people soon. Chinese people who are already over a billion want to remedy them in time, so they are starting to build a new cloning center that will take care of the beef market.

Whether we want it or not, the population of our planet is increasing at an ever faster pace, so to feed all these people, you can not produce food only naturally. One has to accept the necessity of genetic modification, both animals and plants. This moment has already come, as exemplified by the admission of genetically modified fish to the US, specifically salmon, which, thanks to genome changes, is half as fast as its natural size. Faster growth means it will hit our tables much faster.

In China, with a population of over one billion people, they do not intend to sell genetically modified food for the time being and instead plan to produce it by cloning. BoyaLife, at the cost of $ 31 million, in the port city of Tianjin begins construction of a complex where commercial production of cloned animals, or rather cows, will begin.