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Possible Answers: RNS, DRS, MDS.
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Random information on the term “RNS”:
Rabid Neurosis (RNS) was an MP3 warez release organization which was founded in 1996, following in the footsteps of Compress ‘Da Audio (CDA), the first MP3 piracy group. In 1999, the group claimed to have released over 6,000 titles a year. RNS occasionally used the tagline “Rabid Neurosis – Spread The Epidemic.” RNS were best known for releasing highly anticipated albums by hip hop, pop, rock and dance artists weeks and sometimes months before their official release date. RNS is known to have greatly contributed to the mp3 scene. After their group was mentioned in an MTV News article about the early leak of the Eminem album Encore, RNS stopped including their initials in filenames and ID3 tags.
Their last release was Fall Out Boy’s Infinity on High on January 19, 2007.
On September 9, 2009, four members of the defunct group were indicted by the United States Department of Justice for conspiracy to commit copyright infringement. They included Adil R. Cassim (who used the handle ‘Kali’ and later ‘Blazini’), Matthew D. Chow (‘rl’), Bennie L. Glover (‘adeg’) and Edward L. Mohan II (‘MistaEd’). Adil Cassim took over leadership of the group in 2000 after the departure of the former leader ‘Al_Capone’, and had previously been a member of other mp3 warez groups HNA and RPB before they merged with RNS.
Random information on the term “DRS”:
Direct Rail Services (DRS) is a rail freight company in Great Britain. Created in 1994 by British Nuclear Fuels Ltd to take over British Rail’s handling of nuclear material, and in 2005 transferred to the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, it has since diversified into other freight operations and providing haulage for passenger services. DRS is one of only two remaining publicly owned railway companies in the United Kingdom, the other being NI Railways, the passenger rail operator in Northern Ireland.
The haulage of nuclear flask traffic had been handled by British Rail until British Nuclear Fuels Ltd decided to bring this operation in house in 1994. Up until 1998, it had only moved nuclear fuel rods from overseas for processing at Sellafield. It then took over the movement of rods from UK nuclear power stations at Heysham, Valley (for Wylfa), Bridgwater (for Hinkley Point), Berkeley (for Oldbury), Hunterston, Torness, Seaton Carew, Dungeness and Sizewell.
It first diversified into other traffic in 1997 when it started operating milk traffic from Penrith to Cricklewood. In 2002, it commenced running intermodal trains from Grangemouth to the Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal using Class 66/4s. It carries containers for both the Malcolm Group and Asda.
Random information on the term “MDS”:
Nordion Inc. is a health science company that provides products used for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease. The company supplies sterilization technologies and medical isotopes to customers in more than 40 countries around the world.
Nordion is headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, with facilities in Vancouver, British Columbia and Laval, Quebec. Steve West is the company’s CEO. It was acquired by Sterigenics International in 2014 for 805 million USD.
Founded in 1946, originally the radium sales department of Eldorado Mining and Refining Ltd., the division developed one of the first teletherapy units that used the radioisotope cobalt-60 to destroy cancerous tumours.
Soon after, the division was given responsibility for selling radioisotopes produced by the newly established nuclear research facility at Chalk River, Ontario. As a result, in 1951, Eldorado established a commercial products division (CPD) to manage the isotope business, especially cobalt-60 used in cancer treatment.