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Flashback: Former U.S. Navy SEAL says Government Is CREATING Conditions to Impose Martial Law

By: PumasUnleashed.wordpress.com [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDuds14OBiE&w=618&h=315] Ex-US Navy SEAL Ben Smith joins Fox News and drops a bombshell on the US government by revealing that the government ITSELF is CREATING the conditions necessary to impose martial law here in America. This is a must watch video for those who feel martial law is merely believed by conspiracy […]

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We’re Now One Step Closer to Using GM Pig Organs in Humans

By: RedOrbit.com One potential solution to a persistent shortage of organ donors is to modify the DNA of pig organs in order to make them more of a match for human transplants. However, a significant issue is the potential for transmission of viruses, along with the possibility of rejection. Now, the BBC reports, scientists have […]

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Censorship in America

By: Reason.com Support for the idea that it’s good to hear all opinions, even offensive ones, is thin. A plurality of Americans now support laws against “hate speech.” Conservatives once wanted to ban Playboy magazine, violent rap lyrics and offensive depictions of Jesus. Leftists then were right to fight such bans, but today leftists encourage […]

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Ron Paul on the Cognitive Dissonance of the Political Class

By: TheDailyBell.com Politicians Exploit School Shooting While Ignoring Bombing Victims … Following the recent Oregon school shooting, many politicians rushed to the microphones to call for new gun control laws … The reaction to the shooting stands in stark contrast to the reaction to the US military’s bombing of an Afghanistan hospital run by the […]

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Ancient Mammoth Unearthed in Michigan

By: SperoForum.com [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbekbGz1cEY&w=618&h=315] The owner of the partial mammoth skeleton uncovered near Chelsea last week decided on October 4 to donate the bones to the University of Michigan for display and study. James Bristle, the farmer who discovered the bones while installing drainage pipe in one of his fields, said he wants to share […]

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LONDON - FEBRUARY 03:  Muslim demonstrators hold banners at the Danish Embassy on February 3, 2006 in London. British muslims have condemned newspaper cartoons which first appeared in a Danish newspaper, some of which depict the Prophet Mohammed wearing a turban shaped like a bomb. The cartoons have sparked worldwide protests.  (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

Will America Welcome Refugee Invaders as Europeans say NO WAY?

By: NoisyRoom.net Europe is starting to wise up about the threat of Islam. Unfiltered reports show huge crowds taking to the streets to protest the refugees’ barbaric behavior. Thousands of young, fit, fighting-age men, wearing new athletic shoes, taking “selfies” with the latest mobile phones, still swarm through Europe looking for the best social services […]

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Boxed Up, Barely Used and 4 Years Late: Watchkeeper, the Army’s “Affordable” £1.2bn Drone Program

By: TheBureauInvestigates.com A landmark Ministry of Defence order for 54 battlefield drones that was hailed by ministers a decade ago as an “affordable solution” will be four years late and cost £1.2bn – some £400m more than the public was first told. The order for the Watchkeeper drones was announced by former Defence Secretary John […]

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How Do You Prepare a Child for Life in the American Police State?

By: Rutherford.org “Fear isn’t so difficult to understand. After all, weren’t we all frightened as children? Nothing has changed since Little Red Riding Hood faced the big bad wolf. What frightens us today is exactly the same sort of thing that frightened us yesterday. It’s just a different wolf.” ― Alfred Hitchcock In an age […]

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Out of the Darkness

By: ACLU.org The CIA used the music of an Irish boyband called Westlife to torture Suleiman Abdullah in Afghanistan. His interrogators would intersperse a syrupy song called “My Love” with heavy metal, played on repeat at ear-splitting volume. They told Suleiman, a newly wed fisherman from Tanzania, that they were playing the love song especially […]

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Here’s Why Nobody’s Talking About Nanotech Anymore

By: Time.com It used to be the hottest sector around Of all the investment fads and manias over the past few decades, none have been as big of a fizzle as the craze for nanotech stocks. Ten years ago, venture capitalists were scrambling for investments, startups with “nano” in their names flourished and even a […]

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Attack of the Chinese Tesla Clones

By: Wired.com If there’s one place you can knock the Tesla Model S, a car so good it “broke” Consumer Reports’ rating system, it’s cost. The electric sedan is crazy expensive, starting at $71,000 and topping six figures fully loaded. The Model X SUV unveiled last month runs $143,000 decked out with a nice trim […]

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China Has Had a Telescope on the Moon for the Past Two Years

By: NewScientist.com Point a telescope at the moon, and you might just see one looking back. Chinese researchers have reported that their robotic telescope, the first of its kind, has been operating flawlessly ever since it landed on the moon in 2013. The 15-centimetre telescope is mounted on the Chang’e 3 lander, which touched down […]

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Revisited: The Lost Canals of Venice of America [Expanded]

By: KCET.org Secreted away from the hustle and bustle of the famous boardwalk, the picturesque canals of Venice, California, are one of the seaside community’s hidden charms. But in Venice’s early years, the canals that survive today were only a sideshow. The main attraction — the original canals of Abbot Kinney’s Venice of America — […]

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19th Century Marriage Manuals: Advice for Young Husbands

By: MimiMatthews.com Published in 1837, The Young Husband’s Book is described as a “manual of domestic duties.” Written by “a mentor” it contains within its pages advice on everything from choosing a wife to dealing with pesky in-laws. Some of the information is merely common sense, the sort of generic advice newlyweds might hear from […]

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The World’s Most Beautiful Library

By: Sobify.com Double attractions are hidden behind Trinity College pale grey facades in Dublin. You will find The Old Library what is sometimes called the world’s most beautiful library but also the unique book “Ring of Kells ” from 800’s. The question is whether any university in any of the world’s capitals physically play as […]

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California Governor says No to RFIDs in Driver’s Licenses

By: ARSTechnica.com Late last week, California governor Jerry Brown vetoed a bill (PDF) to put radio frequency identification (RFID) chips in the state’s driver’s licenses. Although the option to get an RFID-enabled license would have been voluntary, wider acceptance of the chipped ID cards could lead to more situations in which the spy-friendly cards are […]

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Estonia Wants to Collect the DNA of All Its Citizens

By: TheAtlantic.com When Steven Smit opens the freezer, liquid nitrogen pours into the room, cascading dramatically over the sides of the container before spilling across the floor. He pulls out a cylindrical goblet containing 168 straws full of genetic material. Even if the building lost electricity, he tells me, these samples would remain frozen for […]

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Sky-High Price of New Stem Cell Therapies Is a Growing Concern

By: LATimes.com The public uproar about high drug prices has focused on outlandish cases such as single pills jacked up in price by 5,000%, miracle cures marketed for tens of thousands of dollars per treatment. But how will people feel when they’re confronted with treatments that are even more astronomically expensive? That’s certain to become […]

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