3D Printer Drones Will Take to Skies by 2040, Claim BAE Scientists
Futurists technologies could allow aircraft to heal itself, divide into smaller ones or knock out missiles with direct energy.
by The Guardian
Russian Scientists Raising Funds to Rebuild Tesla Tower, Satisfy World Energy Hunger
Tesla came very close to unprecedented scientific discovery that could be brought to fruition.
by RT.com

Scientists Developing Artificial Milk, No Cows Involved
Start-up company Muufri is planning to produce cow-free milk soon.
by Jonathan O'Callaghan
Hurricane Arthur weakens to Category 1
It is projected to travel northeast to Nova Scotia.
by Jeff Lawson and Craig Moeller

Evacuation ordered for island on NC's Outer Banks
Mandatory evacuation of Hatteras Island would begin at 5 a.m.
by Bruce Smith
Cover Up Surrounding Pentagon Funding of Facebook's Psychological Experiment?
Army Research Office’s bankrolling of ‘emotional contagion’ study scrubbed from Cornell press release.
by Paul Joseph Watson

Scientists Discover One of the Most Earthlike Planets Yet
Can Gliese 832c support life, or is it just a super-Venus?
by Ellis Hamburger
Supreme Court: Google Must Face Lawsuit Over ‘Street View’ Privacy Invasions
Google acknowledged and halted the data collection in 2010, saying it was a mistake.
by Eric Blattberg


Great white shark numbers are surging
Scientists behind the study attribute the resurgence to conservation efforts.
by PATRICK WHITTLE
Salamanders May Hold the Key to Regrowing Human Limbs, Study Finds
For a salamander, the loss of a limb isn’t a terrible event.
by Loren Grush

U.S. Military Blocks Infowars.com
Website censored for over 700,000 active duty servicemembers worldwide.
by Paul Joseph Watson
Elon Musk: I'm Worried About A 'Terminator'-Like Scenario Erupting From Artificial Intelligence
Elon Musk believes it is feasible a ‘Terminator’ like scenario could erupt out of an artificial intelligence.
by Rob Wile

DARPA Brain Chips to Implant False Memories
Technology has the potential to create “fearless monsters.”
by Paul Joseph Watson
Pluto’s Biggest Moon Charon May Have Had Underground Ocean
Its interior was once warm enough to maintain a subsurface ocean of liquid water.
by Vikas Shukla

NASA Experiments Recreate Aromatic Flavors of Titan
“..has a strong aromatic character..,” planetary scientist says.
by NASA.gov
Obama: Denying climate change is like saying the moon is made of cheese
Follows contentious plan to dramatically cut pollution from power plants.
by Daily Mail