presstv.com | Military is not backing away from biometric data acquisition — far from it.
New American | As early as Wednesday, President Obama could issue an executive order.
theregister.co.uk | Boffins build system to reconstruct man’s protolanguages.
businessinsider.com | Lawyers are the second most “psychopathic” profession in the world after CEOs.
Anthony Gucciardi | Bill Gates Funding Corporations Caught in Child Slave Rings.
Jonathan Benson | A regional government body in the state of Queensland has decided to develop its own endocrine-disrupting herbicide solution.
NASA | Curiosity rover uses drill to collect sample from Mars’ interior.
Live Science | Pyramids inspired by Egyptian funerary architecture are around 2,000 years old.
Infowars.com | Nearly 200,000 Australians have been released from the medical slavery that is artificial water fluoridation thanks to a major governmental policy change.
telegraph.co.uk | Iranian state television has broadcast footage allegedly extracted from an American CIA drone captured in 2011.
Natural News | There’s a lot of buzz in the news about a new scientific study that statistically supports the idea that our known universe is actually a grand computer simulation.
Anthony Gucciardi | Another Dirty Secret of Monsanto.
Fox News | Fed spokeswoman says hackers exploited a “temporary vulnerability” in website.
Infowars.com | A recent scientific study suggests that the universe could be one giant computer simulation.
techdirt.com | Obama administration did a legal review over what it’s allowed to do in making use of “cyberweapons.”
Infowars.com | Forget manufacturing – robots are now replacing humans in the service industry.
Sky News | A tiny 4inch remote-control helicopter is being used for surveillance on the front line to detect enemy threats to British troops.
Bob Adelmann | This virtual explosion in technology that is making other gun controllers increasingly nervous.
Washington’s Blog | Why do dentists push fluoride?
Elizabeth Renter | Children’s brains are being branded early on in life—even before they know how to read.
What would you tell seven astronauts if you knew their space shuttle was crippled on orbit? |
Jurriaan Maessen | The organization encounters “very little opposition of the public because of the very gradual evolution of the characters”.
extremetech.com | Researchers created a metamaterial that, when light passes through it, multiple universes are formed within it.
sciencerecorder.com | Iran has reached a milestone goal in its quest to send human astronauts into space.
Paul Wagenseil | Government says millions of routers, computer printers, storage drives, smart TVs and other devices at risk.
The Windsor Star | Windsor on Monday joined the growing number of municipalities which have voted to end the decades-old practice of adding fluoride to the water supply in the fight against tooth decay.
Dustin Hurst | Widespread use of drones among civilians represents a deep and dangerous intrusion into American life.
Popular Mechanics | Sometimes procedure triggers gag reflex, however, patients reportedly prefer “swallowable” endoscope.
Washington’s Blog | Department of Energy Wants to Let Radioactive Scrap Metal Back into Consumer Products.
David Gutierrez | A team of researchers from the Whitehead Institute demonstrated the possibility of discerning the identities of people who have submitted personal genetic information to scientific studies.
Independent.co.uk | Sergei Gaschak’s photography offers an unparalleled glimpse at animal life inside “the zone.”
Infowars.com | Hacked data could reveal government secrets, including the identities of informants and targets of surveillance.
Fox News | A robot avatar for physicians has received the green light from the FDA.
TechNewsDaily | The clock to unlock a new mobile phone is running out.
Reuters | Big Sis: “We shouldn’t wait until there is a 9/11 in the cyber world.”
Natural Society | Hospitals and doctors’ offices may one day soon outfit their patients with temporary electronic tattoos.
Boston Globe | Hackers took down MIT website for an hour Tuesday.
Natural News | Bill and Melinda Gates have been on a crusade for at least the past decade to vaccinate every single child on the planet.
Voice of Russia | “Scientists suggest that it was not created by nature but was rather manufactured by someone.”
DailyMail.co.uk | “His scheme is reminiscent of Jurassic Park…”
bbc.co.uk | A gamma ray burst, the most powerful explosion known in the Universe, may have hit the Earth in the 8th Century.
telegraph.co.uk | Martian rocks from a crater hit by a meteorite may contain the strongest evidence yet that there is life on Mars.
Anthony Gucciardi | Over 140 nations have come together under a new treaty to curb deadly mercury pollution.
Discovery News | New York-based artist takes it upon himself to design anti-surveillance clothing.
Scientific American | Storms have been documented as far back as 1876.
Mike Adams | Lance Armstrong has now gone public with his admission of using illegal, banned substances to win his cycling races.
Information Week | New research program aims to develop deep sea containers for ‘just-in-time’ requirements.
Reuters | Low-cost space dwelling would inflate like a balloon and could open door for commercial deep-space astronaut habitats.
phys.org | Team devised a generalised form of teleportation, which allows for a wide variety of potential applications in quantum physics.
schrockinnovations.com | U.S Department of homeland Security is advising PC computer users to disable their Java software.