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Vote rigging: How to spot the tell-tale signs

Gabon's opposition says it was cheated of victory, after official results showed a turnout of 99.93% in President Ali Bongo's home region, with 95% of votes in his favour. Elizabeth Blunt has witnessed many elections across Africa, as both a BBC journalist and election observer and looks at six signs of possible election rigging.

Feb 25, 2021 by BBC News
Politics Blogs
Once Upon A Presidency - From Populist To Dissident

Authored by Joshua Hochschild via AmericanMind.org, Let's say you've long been disaffected with political parties. You don't trust them. You care about politics, but you don't see much promise in the standard candidates. Let's even say you have suspicions the two parties are more interested in their own power than in helping the country.

Feb 25, 2021 by ZeroHedge
Politics Blogs
The US Military Secretly Built An Artificial Brain Called The Sentient

Since 2010, various US agencies have been developing a top-secret artificial intelligence system that they called Sentient, a term that translates as "conscious" or "endowed with senses." The documents confidential and classified recently published by The Verge describes the Program Sentient National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) as an intelligence system fully integrated system that can coordinate satellite positions, and will soon be used to manage operations in the battlefield during military clashes.

Feb 25, 2021 by Infinity Explorers
Tech Blogs
'Virtually entire' fashion industry complicit in Uighur forced labour, say rights groups

Many of the world's biggest fashion brands and retailers are complicit in the forced labour and human rights violations being perpetrated on millions of Uighur people in the Xinjiang region of northwestern China, says a coalition of more than 180 human rights groups.

Feb 25, 2021 by Annie Kelly - The Guardian
Politics Blogs
High-power SYLOS laser could 'transmute' nuclear waste

Two Lithuanian companies and a Nobel Prize-winning professor have created and demonstrated a laser powerful enough to reduce nuclear waste decay from hundreds of years to just a few hours. The Single Cycle Laser SYLOS uses technology that 'transmutes' nuclear waste by bombarding atoms, and is being developed by 2018 Nobel Physics Prize co-winner, Professor Gerard Mourou.

Feb 25, 2021 by Reuters Events
Science & Medicine Blogs
Video shows Biden flexing about being arrested at 21 for breaching chamber at Capitol, sitting in VP chair

n an interesting twist of events, a 2007 video clip has resurfaced, during which then-U.S. senator and soon-to-be vice presidential running mate Joe Biden seemingly brags to David Letterman about the time he got arrested at the Capitol. Yes, Joe Biden was arrested for breaking into the Capitol. Oh, the irony!

Feb 24, 2021 by Gregg Jarrett - Jarrett Staff
Politics Blogs
U.S. Navy controls inventions that claim to change "fabric of reality"

U.S. Navy holds patents for enigmatic inventions by the aerospace engineer Dr. Salvatore Pais. He came up with potentially revolutionary technology that can "engineer" reality, devising an ultrafast craft, a fusion reactor and more. While mostly theoretical at this point, the inventions could transform energy, space, and military sectors.

Feb 24, 2021 by Big Think
Tech Blogs
The Ghost Town In Oregon That Fell Into The Ocean

Between Tillamook Bay and the sea there's a narrow, sandy peninsula where, 100 years ago, a town stood. Not just any town - one of the biggest ones on the Oregon Coast. With a municipal swimming hall full of warm saltwater and a surf generator. The reason it's gone today?

Feb 24, 2021 by Tyler Willford - The Oregon Life
Nature Blogs
The Persecution of Gina Carano

Her sacking perfectly illustrates the hypocrisy and intolerance of the woke elites. It's official: only liberals are allowed to talk shit about the Holocaust. That's the take-home message of the Gina Carano scandal. For here we have a right-wing woman being shamed and sacked for doing what luvvies and leftish types have been doing for years: comparing the early 21st century to Nazi Germany.

Feb 22, 2021 by Spiked-online
Politics Blogs
Quantum Mechanics, Free Will and the Game of Life

Before I get to the serious stuff, a quick story about John Conway, a.k.a. the " mathematical magician." I met him in 1993 in Princeton while working on " The Death of Proof." When I poked my head into his office, Conway was sitting with his back to me staring at a computer.

Feb 15, 2021 by John Horgan - Scientific American
Science & Medicine Blogs
Have We Already Been Visited by Aliens?

An eminent astrophysicist argues that signs of intelligent extraterrestrial life have appeared in our skies. What's the evidence for his extraordinary claim? On October 19, 2017, a Canadian astronomer named Robert Weryk was reviewing images captured by a telescope known as Pan- STARRS1 when he noticed something strange.

Feb 15, 2021 by The New Yorker
Science & Medicine Blogs
azuma makoto continues his 'paludarium' series of bonsai ecospheres

japanese flower artist azuma makoto presents his latest exhibition which displays the TACHIKO and YASUTOSHI versions of his 'paludarium' series. the overall series expresses influence from the 19th century english invention, a small conservatory or plant protection machine that had since been exhibited at the paris expo.

Feb 14, 2021 by designboom | architecture & design magazine
Botany & Horticulture Blogs
Inside New York's $95 Million Penthouse: 432 Park Avenue

The buzz has been building for years: 432 Park Avenue, located between 56th and 57th street, is the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere. With topping complete at 1,396 feet and the last of the concrete finally poured three years after the start of construction, it surpasses the Empire State Building (1,250 feet) and the Chrysler Building (1,046 feet) without its spire, and its rooftop is the highest in the city.

Feb 06, 2021 by Alicia Adamczyk - Forbes
Tech Blogs
The Down Side to Life in a Supertall Tower: Leaks, Creaks, Breaks

The nearly 1,400-foot tower at 432 Park Avenue, briefly the tallest residential building in the world, was the pinnacle of New York's luxury condo boom half a decade ago, fueled largely by foreign buyers seeking discretion and big returns.

Feb 06, 2021 by DNyuz
Tech Blogs
The Rise and Fall of Bitcoin Billionaire Arthur Hayes

The BitMEX cofounder created a cryptocurrency exchange that has traded trillions. Now he's wanted by U.S. authorities, and insiders wonder whether he and his partners are villains-or victims of a two-tiered justice system that favors big banks over brash outsiders.

Feb 06, 2021 by Adam Ciralsky - Vanity Fair
Crypto Blogs
The Thirty Tyrants

The deal that the American elite chose to make with China has a precedent in the history of Athens and Sparta

Feb 06, 2021 by Tablet Magazine
Politics Blogs
Newly discovered "nano-chameleon" is world's smallest known reptile

A tiny new species of chameleon has been discovered, and it seems to be the smallest reptile in the world. Known as Brookesia nana, or the nano-chameleon, the petite species can perch on a fingertip and may have the smallest adult males of any vertebrate.

Feb 04, 2021 by Michael Irving - New Atlas
Botany & Horticulture Blogs
How Pretty Good Privacy works, and how you can use it for secure communication

Sending sensitive information through the internet is always nerve-racking. What if somebody else sees the bank information I'm sending? Or even those dank memes that should not be spoken

Jan 17, 2021 by freeCodeCamp.org
Tech Blogs
Simple, Cheap, and Delicious Spicy Poke Bowl Recipe
This is a recipe I make ALL the time, because it's cheap, tangy, spicy, sushi, for around $5 for a big poke bowl. Go fancy and get sushi-grade salmon or tuna for an upgrade! Add your own ingredients and play with the recipe until it's all yours!
Jan 10, 2021 by Tectract
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Chinese American Says the Left, Big Tech Reminds Him of Communist China

LANSING-Gary Yang attended a Stop the Steal rally for freedom. "And that's what I came here for 25 years ago," he said at the rally in Lansing, Michigan on Nov. 21, 2020. "This is the country I came to for liberty."

Jan 09, 2021 by www.theepochtimes.com
Politics Blogs
Plague of Liars: Nuremberg Code Outlaws Forced Medical Procedures, Which INCLUDES Mandatory Vaccinations

Some people might not be familiar with the verb "to dissemble", but we all need to become familiar with it, because there is a lot of dissembling going on. It basically means to deliberately conceal something or obfuscate it, so that one's...

Dec 29, 2020 by Sott.net
Politics Blogs
2-Acre Vertical Farm Run By AI And Robots Out-Produces 720-Acre Flat Farm

Plenty is an ag-tech startup in San Francisco, co-founded by Nate Storey, that is reinventing farms and farming. Storey, who is also the company's chief science officer, says the future of farms is vertical and indoors because that way, the food can grow anywhere in the world, year-round; and the future of farms employ robots and AI to continually improve the quality of growth for fruits, vegetables, and herbs.

Dec 29, 2020 by Andrea D. Steffen - Intelligent Living
Tech Blogs
Stunning Resin Sculptures Imagine the Spine-Chilling Creatures That Lurk Deep Within the Ocean

Are you afraid of what lies in the depths of the ocean? If so, you aren't alone; thalassophobia is the fear of deep bodies of water, and many people have it. Considering some of the alien-like fish that can be found there, it's a perfectly understandable phobia.

Dec 29, 2020 by Sara Barnes - My Modern Met
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Real Estate Listings for Sale in Bahamas

Search through our list of homes for Sale in Bahamas. Explore a large selection of Bahamas Real Estate.

Dec 29, 2020 by MCR Bahamas Group
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How Elon Musk, Blue Origin, and the US could set up the first extraterrestrial government

The moment when the first human sets foot on Mars is becoming ever-closer. The 140 million mile distance between Earth and the Red Planet is set to be breached within the next two decades, Nasa predicts.

Dec 29, 2020 by The Independent
Tech Blogs
Direct visualization of quantum dots reveals shape of quantum wave function

Trapping and controlling electrons in bilayer graphene quantum dots yields a promising platform for quantum information technologies. Researchers at UC Santa Cruz have now achieved the first direct visualization of quantum dots in bilayer graphene, revealing the shape of the quantum wave function of the trapped electro

Dec 29, 2020 by nanotechnologyworld
Science & Medicine Blogs
Did Scientists Stumble on a Battery that Lasts Forever?

Imagine a battery that could be recharged for decades. No more getting rid of cell phones because of waning battery life. No more landfills filled with lithium ion batteries. This is one step closer to reality, thanks to work by researchers from the University of California at Irvine.

Dec 29, 2020 by Emily Matchar - Smithsonian Mag
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ITER Is a Suicidal Plan That Would Discredit Nuclear Fusion, Scientist Says, Again

Return to ITER Power Facts Main Page A retired plasma physicist has given New Energy Times permission to republish critical letters he wrote about the ITER fusion reactor project many years ago. He has done this despite risks associated with publicly criticizing the international project.

Dec 14, 2020 by Steven B. Krivit - New Energy Times LENR
Science & Medicine Blogs
Arizona Police Lieutenant Adopts Little Girl He Met While On Child Abuse Call

Kingman, AZ - A Kingman police lieutenant and his wife are now the proud parents of a little girl he met while assisting with a child abuse call over two years ago. Kingman Police Department (KPD) Lieutenant Brian Zach said he was working as a patrol sergeant in March of 2018, when he was asked [...]

Dec 14, 2020 by Holly Matkin - The Police Tribune
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Mystery of $2bn of loans backed by fake gold in China

More than a dozen Chinese financial institutions, mainly trust companies, loaned 20 billion yuan ($2.8 billion) over the past five years to Wuhan Kingold Jewelry Inc. with pure gold as collateral and insurance policies to cover any losses. Kingold is the largest privately owned gold processor in central China's Hubei province.

Dec 14, 2020 by Nikkei Asia
Finance Blogs
2017 Stealth Neutron - Electric LightCycle

Home / Motors / NeuTron Electric Light Cycle / Limited Edition "Stealth Neutron" New Electric Motor with an Increased Top Speed. Enter the world of 2017 Tron with the newly engineered Neutron Motorcycle. Once an imaginary bike envisioned in the movie 2017 Tron, it is now available to blow the socks off anyone who sees you cruising down the street.

Dec 13, 2020 by Rich Boys' Toys
Sports Blogs
GunBroker - The Best Site to Buy a Gun Online
Bid on and buy guns, or even list your own gun for sale. Great deals on ammo at auction, or buy it now! Ship to your local FFL dealer for firearms pickup. 
Dec 10, 2020 by Tectract
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Israeli supermarket employs vertical farm start-up for selling produce

Rami Levy, one of Israel's largest supermarket chains, has been cooperating with two Israeli agri-tech start-ups to erect large containers to grow fruit and vegetables, which will be sold in the chain's stores.

Nov 25, 2020 by Idan Zonshine - The Jerusalem Post
Botany & Horticulture Blogs
Penny-Sized Ionocraft Flies With No Moving Parts
A drone powered by electrohydrodynamic thrust is the smallest flying robot ever made
Nov 25, 2020 by Evan Ackerman - IEEE Spectrum
Tech Blogs
This 2-Acre Vertical Farm Out-Produces 720 Acre 'Flat Farms'

Updated Nov 21: 750 acres in the title was a typo; the correct number is 720 According to Nate Storey, the future of farms is vertical. It's also indoors, can be placed anywhere on the planet, is heavily integrated with robots and AI, and produces better fruits and vegetables while using 95% less water and 99% less land.

Nov 25, 2020 by John Koetsier - Forbes
Tech Blogs
Scientists Accidentally Bred a Bizarre Hybrid of Two Endangered Fish: The SturddleFish!

You'd think at least 184 million years of evolution on entirely separate continents would be enough to make two species of fish sexually incompatible. That was the assumption scientists in Hungary were going on when they placed sperm from an American paddlefish near eggs from a Russian sturgeon in the lab.

Jul 22, 2020 by Carly Cassella via ScienceAlert
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Secrets of the orchid mantis revealed - it doesn't mimic an orchid after all

In his 1879 account of wanderings in the Orient, the travel writer James Hingston describes how, in West Java, he was treated to a bizarre experience: I am taken by my kind host around his garden, and shown, among other things, a flower, a red orchid, that catches and feeds upon live flies.

Mar 28, 2020 by James Gilbert
Botany & Horticulture Blogs
Researchers develop "biological concrete" that grows moss and fungi

News: Scientists at a Spanish university are developing a new type of concrete that captures rainwater to create living walls of moss and fungi. Unlike existing vertical garden systems which require complex supporting structures, the new "biological concrete" supports the growth of organisms on its own surface, according to researchers from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya in Barcelona.

Mar 26, 2020 by Emilie Chalcraft
Tech Blogs
Semi-transparent solar cells could make greenhouses self-sufficient

Greenhouses and solar panels both need to be placed in areas with a lot of sunlight - so why not combine the two? Semi-transparent solar cells could potentially be built into the glass roof panels of greenhouses, capturing light at wavelengths that plants don't use anyway. Now, researchers at North...

Mar 26, 2020 by NoamArmonn/Depositphotos
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Caring for Phragmipediums

The following care and culture information applies primarily to the following species (and hybrids of): besseae, fischeri, kovachii, schlimii, caudatum, caricinum, wallisii, boissierianum, longifolium, warscewiczianum, and pearcei. This group of phrags grow along streams or on rocky slopes that are typically more alkaline in nature due to the interaction of rainwater and seepage with limestone (bicarbonate).

Feb 14, 2020 by Dustin Miller via Here But Not
Botany & Horticulture Blogs
How Vertical Farms Bring Fresh Food To Booming Cities
Dec 10, 2019 by Journeyman Pictures
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A Farewell to Facebook

I wrote this a few days ago on FB, because I'm out. 🙂 # I'm paring down my FB presence. For the last week I've only been on for a brief time each day. I'll be taking that down even further. I'll be posting links when I blog for the people who stick around.

Feb 06, 2021 by correia45 - Monster Hunter Nation
Tech Blogs
You Will Be Made to Believe Implausible Things

In George Orwell's masterpiece 1984, he said, "The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command." To guide you along this path, I bring to your attention implausible thi...

Jan 31, 2021 by Americanthinker
Politics Blogs
Did Biden voters knowingly vote for the radical leftist agenda?

It feels that with lightning speed, America has fallen into the hands a radical faction bent on changing the nature of our Republic. The left blatantly installed mail-in voting with few or no safeguards against fraud, the changes in violation o...

Jan 25, 2021 by Patricia McCarthy at AmericanThinker
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Lasers could cut lifespan of nuclear waste from "a million years to 30 minutes," says Nobel laureate

Mourou was the co-recipient of his Nobel with Donna Strickland for their development of Chirped Pulse Amplification (CPA) at the University of Rochester. In his speech, he referred to his "passion for extreme light."CPA produces high-intensity, super-short optical pulses that pack a tremendous amoun...

Dec 29, 2020 by Robby Berman - Big Think
Science & Medicine Blogs
Facebook 'Secretly' Tracks Your iPhone Location - This Is How To Stop It

Facebook has a data addiction-it can't help itself. The social media giant's entire business model is built around collecting, processing and then monetizing our personal information. Facebook seemingly can't contemplate user information that crosses its path which it doesn't harvest and add to its data vault.

Dec 29, 2020 by Zak Doffman - Forbes
Tech Blogs
Ripple: Santiment reveals key indicator behind the XRP price surge

According to Santiment's data, Ripple's XRP outperformed Ethereum in social volumes for the first time in seven months. Development activity for the XRP Ledger has increased approximately 5 times compared to 18 months ago. Cryptanalysis service provider Santiment stated yesterday that XRP outperformed Ethereum in a key metric for the first time in seven months.

Dec 13, 2020 by Jake Simmons - Crypto News Flash
Crypto Blogs
The BEST and Easiest Strawberry Jam

I can confidently say this Strawberry Freezer Jam is the best and easiest you'll ever make! It's perfectly sweet, made in about 30-minutes, lasts in the freezer for up to 1 year! Strawberry Jam I've mentioned before how spoiled I was growing up with a mom who made everything, and I mean everything, from scratch!

Dec 03, 2020 by Lauren Allen - Tastes Better From Scratch
Food & Recipes Blogs
65 Million-Year-Old Evolutionary Arms Race: Moths' Extraordinarily Sophisticated Wing Design

Moths Strike Out in Evolutionary Arms Race With Sophisticated Wing Design Ultra-thin, super-absorbent and extraordinarily designed to detract attention, the wings of moths could hold the key for developing technological solutions to survive in a noisy world. As revealed in a new study publishe

Nov 25, 2020 by SciTechDaily
Tech Blogs
The $6,374 Pineapple

In 1667 John Rose, the royal gardener, took a knee at the foot of Charles II, the King of England, and presented him with a pineapple. This wasn't the $3.00 discount pineapple from your local grocer, but rather the single most expensive fruit in the Western world.

Nov 25, 2020 by Tony M Morley - @tonymmorley
Food & Recipes Blogs
The Plan to Turn Scrapped Rockets Into Space Stations

In early October, a dead Soviet satellite and the abandoned upper stage of a Chinese rocket narrowly avoided a collision in low Earth orbit. If the objects had crashed, the impact would have blown them to bits and created thousands of new pieces of dangerous space debris.

Nov 17, 2020 by Daniel Oberhaus
Science & Medicine Blogs
A Finnish company is making food out of thin air

A Finnish company has announced the development of a new carbon-neutral protein powder called Solein, derived from carbon dioxide, water, and solar energy. Similar in appearance and taste to wheat, the potential uses for the protein are exciting.

Nov 07, 2020 by Robby Berman via Big Think
Science & Medicine Blogs
How It Started. How It's Going.

If there's a single common thread in everything we write about politics here at Epsilon Theory, it's that we believe our domestic political games have been transformed from coordination games, where positive-sum gameplay is at least possible, into pure competition games, where only zero-sum gameplay

Oct 29, 2020 by Ben Hunt via Linkedin
Sports Blogs
A Star Surgeon Left a Trail of Dead Patients-and His Whistleblowers Were Punished

Eve Herold is a science writer specializing in issues at the intersection of science and society. She has written and spoken extensively about stem cell research and regenerative medicine and the social and bioethical aspects of leading-edge medicine. Her 2007 book, Stem Cell Wars, was awarded a Commendation in Popular Medicine by the British Medical Association.

Oct 24, 2020 by Eve Herold - Leapsmag
Science & Medicine Blogs
Biologists Find Spectacular Bird That's Both Male And Female, Split Down The Middle

A super rare bird showing both male and female plumage has scientists in Pennsylvania counting their lucky stars. Split down the middle, with one side flaunting yellow 'wing pits', and the other side rocking a pink underwing, researchers say this spectacular-looking songbird is one for the record books.

Oct 08, 2020 by Carly Cassella
Botany & Horticulture Blogs
A Long Walk In Socialism - The Failed Economics of American Indian Reservations

Want to see an example of failed socialism? Go to an Indian Reservation. Turning Point USA Productions shares the unfiltered stories of the harsh struggles o...

Oct 03, 2020 by Turning Point USA
Politics Blogs
The Media Are Lying To You About Everything, Including The Riots

It seems no great event or upheaval in our national life can pass now without the media lying to our faces about it. They lied about the Trump campaign colluding with Russia in 2016. They lied about the Mueller probe and Brett Kavanaugh and former national security adviser Mike Flynn.

Jun 17, 2020 by John Daniel Davidson
Politics Blogs
Fireflies are facing extinction due to habitat loss, pesticides and artificial light

(CNN) -- Around the world, fireflies light up the night with their shimmering bodies. But scientists say this magical display is under threat -- with the loss of their natural habitats, pesticide use and artificial light putting some of the 2,000 or so species at risk of extinction.

Jun 04, 2020 by Katie Hunt, CNN
Botany & Horticulture Blogs
Pretzel Buns from Scratch
Delicious German-Style Pretzel Buns, that you can make at home, ready in under 2 hours. 
 
Mar 18, 2020 by Tectract
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Rare ghost orchid has multiple pollinators, groundbreaking video reveals

Scientists and photographers captured footage that upends what we know about the famed, endangered flower.

Feb 02, 2020 by National Geographic
Botany & Horticulture Blogs
The importance of Devuan

With systemd the main advantage to use Linux is obsolete.

We are a small team at ungleich and we simply don't have the time to fix problems caused by systemd on a daily basis. This is even without calculating the security risks that come with systemd. Our objective is to create a great, easy-to-use platform for VM hosting, not to walk a tightrope.

Nov 16, 2019 by ungleich glarus ag
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Twitter Changes Terms of Service to Welcome Pedophiles, Permitting Discussion 'Attraction Towards Minors' and Sharing of Depictions of Nude Children
Tech Blogs · Jul 28, 2020 by Ben Davis

162.7KSharesSocial media giant Twitter has updated their terms of service to allow their users to discuss adult attraction to minors as well as share artistic depictions of nude children. Advertisement The updated policy states: "Discussions related to child sexual exploitation as a phenomenon or attraction towards minors are permitted, provided they don't promote or glorify [...]


tags: #twitter #terms-of-service
Google Erases the Existence of Those Who Speak Unwelcome Truths
Tech Blogs · May 18, 2020 by Frontpagemag

For the tech giants, 1984 is an instruction manual. Daniel Greenfield, the peerless Shillman Fellow and FrontPage writer, tweeted the news on May 7: "Google just erased my Sultan Knish blog and Front Page Mag articles from the first pages of results for my name doubt very much this is accidental."


tags: #freedom #censorship #free-speech #google #evil #online #digital #supression #dystopian
IBM And Nazi Germany
Tech Blogs · Apr 08, 2020 by CBS News

Newly uncovered Nazi-era documents shed light on the alleged role IBM played in helping Hitler to carry out the Holocaust in Poland, according to the author of a controversial book on the subject.


tags: #technology #war-crimes #ibm #nationalist-socialism

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The spooky world of the 'numbers stations'
Crypto Blogs · Dec 03, 2020 by BBC News

This is the era of hyper-tech espionage, encrypted emails and mindboggling cryptography. But you can hear a very old-fashioned form of espionage on shortwave radio. It is 13:03 on a Tuesday in a cramped room with some fairly advanced radio equipment. What is suddenly heard on a shortwave receiving station is a 10-minute message in Morse code.


Microsoft Files Patent For Crypto Mining System Using Body Activity Data
Crypto Blogs · Mar 30, 2020 by Ana Alexandre

Microsoft files crypto-based patent which would enable individuals to mine crypto using body activity data.


tags: #crypto #bitcoin #cryptocurrency #mining #microsoft #body-activity #proof #poba #brainwaves
BITCOINs Going to CRASH!? Why? Tether & Bitfinex Know!
Crypto Blogs · Dec 12, 2019 by Chico Crypto

tags: #crypto #bitcoin #arrests #crash #tether #bitfinex #lawsuits #chico

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Hitler Was a Socialist Who Learned from Karl Marx. Here Are the Quotes to Prove It
Politics Blogs · Jan 31, 2021 by Chris Talgo - Stopping Socialism

Seventy-five years ago, Nazi Germany was defeated and Adolf Hitler, one of history's most brutal and evil tyrants, was pushed out of power. In the seven decades that followed his death and the downfall of Nazism, there has arisen significant confusion over Hitler's political ideology, largely to


tags: #republic #politics #history #germany #communism #socialism #left-wing #philosophy #marxism #weimar #defeated #ideology
Of Course President Trump Should NOT Attend Biden's "Inauguration"
Politics Blogs · Jan 09, 2021 by DrHurd

Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., called the Jan. 20 [Joe Biden inaugural] event "an important tradition that demonstrates the peaceful transfer of power to our people and to the world." Good grief! President Trump should NOT attend Joe Biden's Inauguration. IT WAS NOT A LEGITIMATE ELECTION.


tags: #trump #election #germany #fraud #biden #nazi #hurd #objectivism #objectivists #hitler
"We came from China where Communism doesn't work."
Politics Blogs · Oct 03, 2020 by Donald J. Trump

"We love this country! We came from China where Communism doesn't work. That's why we came to this country. Now, the Democrats want to make this country to b...


tags: #china #communism #beijing #ccp #american #chinese-communist-party #refugees #survivors

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Shut Down the International Monetary Fund
Finance Blogs · Jun 06, 2020 by Dan Mitchell

Do you want to understand the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) pernicious role in the global economy? Here's a simple analogy that will tell you everything you need to know. Let's say you have two friends. Friend A, who continuously gets in financial trouble because of compulsive gambling and alcoholism.


tags: #scam #finance #imf #international-monetary-fund #corruption #shutdown #mothball #predatory-lenders #greed #illuminati
The whole banking system is a scam
Finance Blogs · Jan 20, 2020 by Godfrey Bloom - UKIP MEPs

www.ukipmeps.org | Join UKIP: ukip.datawareonline.co.uk/JoinOnline.aspx?type=1 * European Parliament, Strasbourg, 21 May 2013 * Speaker: Godfrey Bloom MEP, UKIP (Yorkshire & Lincolnshire), Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) group - www.godfreybloommep.co.uk * Joint Debate: Banking union - single supervisory mechanism 1.


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The Truth About Inflation & Why You're Falling Behind
Politics Blogs · Nov 29, 2019 by Nugget's News

The Truth About Inflation & Why You're Falling Behind Has the cost of living gone up? Why does it feel like everything is getting more expensive? Today we look at the way inflation is calculated with the consumer price index. There has also been several changes to the way it's calculated over the years which are very misleading.


tags: #economics #inflation #government #economy #recession #cost-of-living #fudge-factor #cpi #changed #depression

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Prepping for Coronavirus Pandemic #COVID19
Gear Blogs · Mar 17, 2020 by Tectract
This article is a list of items, and considerations for preparing for preventing infection, surviving in-place under quarantine as necessary, and protecting yourself as needed, during the global #COVID19 coronavirus pandemic.
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How To Build a BUG OUT BAG
Gear Blogs · Nov 24, 2019 by JailBreak Overlander

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Jon Steinberg on LinkedIn: "These indestructible shoes feature a bulletproof midsole."
Gear Blogs · Jul 04, 2019 by John Steinberg (Cheddar) via Linkedin
tags: #indestructable #sneakers #cheddar #footwear #feet #steel-toe #shoes

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Hitler Was a Socialist Who Learned from Karl Marx. Here Are the Quotes to Prove It
Politics Blogs · Jan 31, 2021 by Chris Talgo - Stopping Socialism

Seventy-five years ago, Nazi Germany was defeated and Adolf Hitler, one of history's most brutal and evil tyrants, was pushed out of power. In the seven decades that followed his death and the downfall of Nazism, there has arisen significant confusion over Hitler's political ideology, largely to


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California's Forced Vaccinations a Violation of Nuremberg Code
Philosophy Blogs · Apr 10, 2020 by Principia Scientific International

Published on Written by Roger Landry Concerns are mounting among scientists that the recent implementation of SB277 making vaccinations mandatory law in California for men, women and children is a chilling step towards universal compulsory vaccination. Coupled with the fact governments and multi-national pharmaceutical companies are being prosecuted and convicted over poorly-tested and administered vaccines, suggests a crisis is coming.


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They Laughed When I Sat Down at The Piano by John Caples
Philosophy Blogs · Jun 14, 2019 by John Caples - via Swiped

An exclusive example from our swipe file ... They Laughed When I Sat Down at The Piano by John Caples - one of the many profitable marketing & rare copywriting examples from our huge archive.


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Logistical and Technical Exploration into the Origins of the Wuhan Strain of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Science & Medicine Blogs · Jan 17, 2021 by Harvard to the Big House

An accessible and comprehensive YouTube summary of the report below by a Professor of Neurobiology at the University of Pittsburgh's Medical School is available here. And you can read our takedown of Nature magazine's recent article claiming COVID-19 definitely wasn't from a lab here. Read the peer reviewed research paper this article formed the base ...


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Trichomes Are the Key to Most Potent Cannabis Flowers
Science & Medicine Blogs · Dec 29, 2020 by Mike Adams - Cannabis Now

For the diehard cannabis connoisseur, one whose only mission in life is the quest for the eternal buzz, tracking down that one marijuana strain that really kicks them in the boo-boo can be tough. It means visiting one dispensary after another, where, often, none of the staff ever seems willing to break out the secret stash from the back.


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Antibodies against polyethylene glycol in healthy subjects and in patients treated with PEG-conjugated agents
Science & Medicine Blogs · Dec 29, 2020 by Taylor & Francis - Abstract

In contrast to the accepted general assumption that polyethylene glycol (PEG) is non-immunogenic and non-antigenic, animal studies clearly showed that uricase, ovalbumin and some other PEGylated agents can elicit antibody formation against PEG (anti-PEG).


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How we solved the mystery of Libyan desert glass
Art & Beauty Blogs · Nov 25, 2020 by Aaron J. Cavosie - The Conversation

In the remote desert of western Egypt, near the Libyan border, lie clues to an ancient cosmic cataclysm. Libyan desert glass is the name given to fragments of canary-yellow glass found scattered over hundreds of kilometres, between giant shifting sand dunes. Interest in Libyan desert glass goes back more than 3,000 years.


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Yucca Cacti Theft Illuminates Mexico's Hidden Plant Trafficking Problem
Botany & Horticulture Blogs · Oct 11, 2020 by Alessandro Ford

Theft of yucca cacti from indigenous communities in Mexico's northwestern state of Baja California for export is reportedly accelerating, underscoring the silent issue of plant trafficking in the country. Indigenous communities in the municipality of Ensenada have raised alarm about the continuing theft of yucca, a plant on which they are economically reliant, from reserves, apás, Kiliwas and Paipai communities according to El Universal.


tags: #cacti #theft #smuggling #california #yucca #mexico #baja #ensenada #kiliwas #profepa
A pod of killer whales is accused of 'orchestrated' attacks on boats, terrifying the sailors and baffling scientists
Nature Blogs · Oct 11, 2020 by Insider

A series of aggressive actions by orca whales along the coast of Spain and Portugal has left scientists baffled. Many sailors have sent distress calls after orcas have left their boats seriously damaged and crew members injured in the past two months, as detailed by The Observer.


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How '1917' Cinematographer Filmed the Whole Movie in One Shot
Music & Entertainment Blogs · Jan 21, 2020 by Fred Topel

The acclaimed war movie 1917 looks like the entire movie occurs in a single shot with no cuts. Of course, it took more than 100 minutes or even a single day to make the film. Director Sam Mendes and cinematographer Roger Deakins still filmed impressively long takes and combined the shots seamlessly.


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Watch an Impromptu Medieval Icelandic Hymn Sung in a Modern Train Station
Music & Entertainment Blogs · Nov 09, 2019 by Atlas Obscura

Imagine making your commute home, bracing yourself for the human tsunami that is sure to greet you when cutting through a busy train station. Only this time, instead of the din of a bustling crowd, you're met by an angelic chorus.


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Moore's Law graphed vs real CPUs & GPUs 1965 - 2019
Tech Blogs · Sep 03, 2019 by DataGrapha

Moore's Law has been ridiculously accurate for more than 50 years - how long will it hold up? See in this visualization how the actual transistors in CPUs and GPUs compare to the linear progression of Moore's Law. From the early days of microprocessors, to Intel dominance and the rise of GPUs.


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Magnus Carlsen Takes the 100 Endgames Test!
Gaming Blogs · Apr 10, 2020 by John Bartholomew

On Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020, I had the incredible opportunity to film with World Champion Magnus Carlsen in Wijk aan Zee, The Netherlands! I recently complete...


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Blender 2.8 Beginner DONUT Tutorial - Part 1
Tech Blogs · Nov 02, 2019 by Blender Guru

Blender tutorial for beginners! The long awaited reboot of the popular donut tutorial, completely remade for Blender 2.8. New videos will be uploaded every other day to this channel. Get the shortcut pdf: mailchi.mp/ef5b15a32043/subscribe-to-the-newsletter ----------------------------------------------- Follow me: Twitter: twitter.com/andrewpprice Instagram: instagram.com/andrewpprice Facebook: facebook.com/blenderguru ArtStation: artstation.com/artist/andrewprice Blender Guru: www.blenderguru.com Poliigon: www.poliigon.com


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Magnus "The Doctor" Carlsen | Lichess Titled Arena, May 2019
Gaming Blogs · May 19, 2019 by ChessNetwork

This is a 2-hour bullet chess tournament, Lichess Titled Arena May 2019, I provided commentary on while specifically observing World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen compete. I livestreamed this event at twitch.tv/ChessNetwork. Lichess Titled Arena May 2019 is held for titled chess players only, namely Grandmasters, International Masters, FIDE Masters, National Masters etc...


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Full Moon Photo Looks Like Mysterious Giant Eye Through Rock Arch in Utah
Travel & Recreation Blogs · Dec 02, 2020 by PetaPixel

Phoenix, Arizona nature photographer Zach Cooley recently captured a stunning photo of the full moon passing through North Windows Arch in Arches National Park in Utah that resembles a giant eye. Cooley planned an entire vacation mostly around the fact that the moonrise would align with this arch, and that he could get something resembling a spooky eye on the week of Halloween on October 28th, 2020.


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Monica Bellucci's 10 most sensual roles
Art & Beauty Blogs · Nov 25, 2020 by Manon Garrigues - Vogue France

With her magnetic beauty, incredible talent and irresistible accent, Monica Bellucci has gone down in the history of cinema, both in her native Itay and internationally. Take a few moments to look back at her most sensual roles that have been igniting the big screen for over 20 years.


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How we solved the mystery of Libyan desert glass
Art & Beauty Blogs · Nov 25, 2020 by Aaron J. Cavosie - The Conversation

In the remote desert of western Egypt, near the Libyan border, lie clues to an ancient cosmic cataclysm. Libyan desert glass is the name given to fragments of canary-yellow glass found scattered over hundreds of kilometres, between giant shifting sand dunes. Interest in Libyan desert glass goes back more than 3,000 years.


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Yucca Cacti Theft Illuminates Mexico's Hidden Plant Trafficking Problem
Botany & Horticulture Blogs · Oct 11, 2020 by Alessandro Ford

Theft of yucca cacti from indigenous communities in Mexico's northwestern state of Baja California for export is reportedly accelerating, underscoring the silent issue of plant trafficking in the country. Indigenous communities in the municipality of Ensenada have raised alarm about the continuing theft of yucca, a plant on which they are economically reliant, from reserves, apás, Kiliwas and Paipai communities according to El Universal.


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What's it Like to Live in a Greenhouse? Houseplant Home Tour - Ep 163
Botany & Horticulture Blogs · May 18, 2020 by Summer Rayne Oakes

I know I'm not the only one who has wondered what it would be like to live in a glasshouse. Well, look no further, because I found an ecological community in...


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Gene switch underlying tomato fruit size and domestication
Botany & Horticulture Blogs · Mar 26, 2020 by newseditor

225 views Author: newseditor Tomato breeding has resulted in cultivars with increased fruit size relative to the wild ancestor Solanum pimpinellifolium. Mutations in the fasciated ( fas) and locule number ( lc) genes have been shown to underpin extreme fruit size in cultivated tomatoes-a feature largely determined by the number of seed compartments in mature fruits.


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Salvador Dalí's Surreal Tarot Card Designs from the 1970's to be Released as a Complete Deck
Art & Beauty Blogs · Jan 27, 2020 by Laura Staugaitis

The surrealist master Salvador Dalí often dabbled in modes of mainstream culture, whether designing wine guides, appearing on game shows, or-in this instance-designing a deck of tarot cards for a James Bond film. Dalí undertook the project in the early 1970's for Live and Let Die, starring Roger Moo


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These Hawaiian Artists Have Created Vases That Capture The True Beauty Of The Ocean
Crafts & Hobbies Blogs · Jan 14, 2020 by Awesome Inventions

Looking at these awesome ocean wave-inspired vases, it may not be a surprise to learn that they come from Kauai, Hawaii. Glass artists Paul DeSomma and Marsha Blaker have managed to capture the spirit of the ocean and just seeing their works of art conjures up tropical images of lazy sunny days on the beach.


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Epoxy L.E.D. Lamp - poplar wood, clear epoxy with black epoxy background
Art & Beauty Blogs · Dec 27, 2019 by SegWood

Clear epoxy with L.E.D. Lamp Dimensions 33cm by 20cm, 3cm thickness Made of popler wood, clear epoxy, black epoxy bacground and moss. This is going to be a series product in our company. Price is 110€


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Front Range Mountain Biking (and Mental Health) - Out of The Clouds
Sports Blogs · Dec 28, 2019 by Matthew George

I ride and continue to ride for a lot of the same reasons as you with the added benefit of it helping to keep the clouds at bay. If your reading this from an outsiders point of view, understand that the issues mentioned in this article aren't a choice, a weakness or a minor challenge that could be easily surmounted by someone with a stronger constitution.


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Meet Staci: Your New Powerlifting Super Hero
Fitness & Health Blogs · Nov 16, 2019 by Nerdfitness

Ladies, meet your new hero. Men, prepare to be humbled. My friend Staci, or Spezzy as she's known around the Nerd Fitness community, has one of the best success stories I've ever seen. For the women out there who are scared about "getting too bulky when lifting weights," this article is for you.


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How to train your brain to have lucid dreams
Science & Medicine Blogs · Jun 21, 2019 by Neuroscience News

Source: The Conversation Dreams can often be confusing and blurry experiences. Reduced critical thinking, little to no access to our true memories and heightened impulsivity and emotions during normal dream states often make for head-scratching moments when our eyes first open in the morning. But dreams don't always play out this way. - via Achilleas Pavlou – The Conversation


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Egg Drop Soup (Better than Restaurant Quality!)
Food & Recipes Blogs · Dec 29, 2020 by Allrecipes

Mix up a simple, sensational bowl of soup for one with this recipe.


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Cranberry Kumquat Sauce
Food & Recipes Blogs · Nov 25, 2020 by Lillian Chou

Kumquats and cranberries turn out to be a perfect match, since their flavors are similar in intensity: The former contributes a pleasant citrusy bitterness to the latter's signature tartness.


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Keto Mushroom Pizza Bites Recipe
Food & Recipes Blogs · Jun 25, 2020 by Keto Daily

Print Recipe Follow, Like, Share! There's almost no such thing as a bad Pizza, that's why it's one of most people's favorite foods in the United States. When cutting down on the carbs and trying to make a version that is Keto-friendly you could always ...


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DIY ARs - Building Your Own AR-15
Sports Blogs · Dec 29, 2020 by The Shooter's Log

Looking for DIY ARs? This blog post covers a complete list of everything you need to build an AR-15 rifle - and where to purchase it as well.


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We Went Shooting On Christmas Day!
Sports Blogs · Dec 29, 2020 by Autumn's Armory

thegundies.com/profile/5faadcb3dab82c0017261e36Challenge Targets: www.challengetargets.com/sfnt.htmlSave 10% on all Steel TargetsCoupon Code:...


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Gun Review: Bond Arms Bullpup 9mm | The Truth About Guns
Sports Blogs · Dec 29, 2020 by Jon Wayne Taylor - Bond Arms

The Bond Arms Bullpup started out life as the Boberg XR9. TTAG reviewed Boberg's ballistic bauble back in 2012. We were not impressed. The author's jam-o-matic experience would soon be shared by Boberg customers. While the design was interesting, the XR9 wasn't ready for prime time. Enter Gordon Bond .


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Full Moon Photo Looks Like Mysterious Giant Eye Through Rock Arch in Utah
Travel & Recreation Blogs · Dec 02, 2020 by PetaPixel

Phoenix, Arizona nature photographer Zach Cooley recently captured a stunning photo of the full moon passing through North Windows Arch in Arches National Park in Utah that resembles a giant eye. Cooley planned an entire vacation mostly around the fact that the moonrise would align with this arch, and that he could get something resembling a spooky eye on the week of Halloween on October 28th, 2020.


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This map of Earth is the most accurate ever produced, and it looks completely different
Travel & Recreation Blogs · Mar 09, 2020 by indy100

Japanese architect Hajime Narukawa claims to have tackled a centuries-old problem - how to draw an oblate spheroid Earth on a flat plane. He claims the above map, called the AuthaGraph World Map, achieves this task.


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World's first manned aerobatic drone shown pulling loops and rolls
Tech Blogs · Mar 09, 2020 by New Atlas

This racy-looking 12-rotor coaxial multicopter has been filmed in Croatia pulling extreme rolls and loops, and carrying a human on board. Not at the same time, mind you, but still, to see a drone of this size pulling stunts like this is astonishing.


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The Best Illusions of the Year Will Have You Further Questioning the Reality You Live In
Random Blogs · Dec 17, 2019 by Gizmodo

It's hard not to look at the news every day and wonder if your life has somehow forked into an alternate reality or dimension than the one you were familiar with. Not helping the matter are the recently revealed best illusions of the year, including Frank Force's winning Dual Axis Illusion which can look like it's spinning in four different directions if you stare at it long enough.


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Royal Caribbean Cruises sues victims of volcano eruption to stop lawsuit
Roq Ur Mind Blogs · Dec 29, 2020 by Jeffery Martin - NewsWeek

Royal Caribbean, the world's largest cruise company, is trying to prevent legal action from individuals seeking damages in connection with a volcanic eruption in 2019. In December 2019, passengers from the Royal Caribbean ship Ovation of the Seas took a side trip to White Island, a popular tourist site in New Zealand.


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The spooky world of the 'numbers stations'
Crypto Blogs · Dec 03, 2020 by BBC News

This is the era of hyper-tech espionage, encrypted emails and mindboggling cryptography. But you can hear a very old-fashioned form of espionage on shortwave radio. It is 13:03 on a Tuesday in a cramped room with some fairly advanced radio equipment. What is suddenly heard on a shortwave receiving station is a 10-minute message in Morse code.


2,400 year old intact shipwreck discovered in Black Sea
Roq Ur Mind Blogs · Dec 02, 2020 by Born to Engineer

Modern engineering has just met ancient engineering as the Black Sea Maritime Archaeology Project reveals it has discovered the worlds oldest shipwreck. The 2,400 year old trading vessel has only ever been seen on the sides of pottery until now.


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Vote rigging: How to spot the tell-tale signs

Gabon's opposition says it was cheated of victory, after official results showed a turnout of 99.93% in President Ali Bongo's home region, with 95% of votes in his favour. Elizabeth Blunt has witnessed many elections across Africa, as both a BBC journalist and election observer and looks at six signs of possible election rigging.

Feb 25, 2021 by BBC News
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Once Upon A Presidency - From Populist To Dissident

Authored by Joshua Hochschild via AmericanMind.org, Let's say you've long been disaffected with political parties. You don't trust them. You care about politics, but you don't see much promise in the standard candidates. Let's even say you have suspicions the two parties are more interested in their own power than in helping the country.

Feb 25, 2021 by ZeroHedge
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The US Military Secretly Built An Artificial Brain Called The Sentient

Since 2010, various US agencies have been developing a top-secret artificial intelligence system that they called Sentient, a term that translates as "conscious" or "endowed with senses." The documents confidential and classified recently published by The Verge describes the Program Sentient National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) as an intelligence system fully integrated system that can coordinate satellite positions, and will soon be used to manage operations in the battlefield during military clashes.

Feb 25, 2021 by Infinity Explorers
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'Virtually entire' fashion industry complicit in Uighur forced labour, say rights groups

Many of the world's biggest fashion brands and retailers are complicit in the forced labour and human rights violations being perpetrated on millions of Uighur people in the Xinjiang region of northwestern China, says a coalition of more than 180 human rights groups.

Feb 25, 2021 by Annie Kelly - The Guardian
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High-power SYLOS laser could 'transmute' nuclear waste

Two Lithuanian companies and a Nobel Prize-winning professor have created and demonstrated a laser powerful enough to reduce nuclear waste decay from hundreds of years to just a few hours. The Single Cycle Laser SYLOS uses technology that 'transmutes' nuclear waste by bombarding atoms, and is being developed by 2018 Nobel Physics Prize co-winner, Professor Gerard Mourou.

Feb 25, 2021 by Reuters Events
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Video shows Biden flexing about being arrested at 21 for breaching chamber at Capitol, sitting in VP chair

n an interesting twist of events, a 2007 video clip has resurfaced, during which then-U.S. senator and soon-to-be vice presidential running mate Joe Biden seemingly brags to David Letterman about the time he got arrested at the Capitol. Yes, Joe Biden was arrested for breaking into the Capitol. Oh, the irony!

Feb 24, 2021 by Gregg Jarrett - Jarrett Staff
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U.S. Navy controls inventions that claim to change "fabric of reality"

U.S. Navy holds patents for enigmatic inventions by the aerospace engineer Dr. Salvatore Pais. He came up with potentially revolutionary technology that can "engineer" reality, devising an ultrafast craft, a fusion reactor and more. While mostly theoretical at this point, the inventions could transform energy, space, and military sectors.

Feb 24, 2021 by Big Think
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The Ghost Town In Oregon That Fell Into The Ocean

Between Tillamook Bay and the sea there's a narrow, sandy peninsula where, 100 years ago, a town stood. Not just any town - one of the biggest ones on the Oregon Coast. With a municipal swimming hall full of warm saltwater and a surf generator. The reason it's gone today?

Feb 24, 2021 by Tyler Willford - The Oregon Life
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