‘Platinum’ asteroid potentially worth $5.4 trillion to pass Earth on Sunday
Asteroid has 90 million tons of platinum in its core.
by RT
Future Computers Will Be The Facades For Eugenicists
Computers to decide if you live or die.
by The Alex Jones Show

Asteroid worth £3 TRILLION in precious metals set to pass Earth on Sunday
Asteroid 2011 UW-158 will pass within 1.5 million miles from Earth.
by Jack Millner
Humanoid Robot Shows Glimmer of Self-awareness During Scientific Experiment
Small humanoid solved a philosophical problem to demonstrate it could understand a question…
by Sarah Griffiths

From Mountains to Moons: Multiple Discoveries from NASA’s New Horizons Pluto Mission
NASA scientist: “This is one of the youngest surfaces we’ve ever seen in the solar system.”
by NASA.gov
Tiny Working 3D Human Hearts Grown from Nothing — and Other Organs Could Be Coming
Other kinds of organ might be on their way.
by Andrew Griffin

How Google distorts your view of the world
problem is known as the “filter bubble.”
by News.com.au
Large Hadron Collider discovers new pentaquark particle
“There is no way that what we see could be due to something else other than the addition of a new particle.”
by Paul Rincon

Army exoskeleton prototype helps soldiers learn to shoot
In early tests, the developers noticed that people who’d worn the device were better shots even after taking it off.
by Jon Fingas
Amazon Scanning Backyards In Seattle, Suggesting Drone Delivery In Its Sights
Amazon laying the groundwork and doing research for drone delivery service.
by Ryan Mac

Solar-powered Plane Touches Down in Hawaii after 5-day Journey
Pilot battled grueling conditions, including turbulence and lack of sleep…
by Melanie Yamaguchi
Shark Expert: "Something strange is going on"
Recent spate of shark attacks has left many beachgoers nervous.
by CBS

Today GMO Mosquitoes: Tomorrow GMO Dogs and GMO People
What will they think of next?
by Robert Harrington
Universe's first stars left unique chemical signatures
Elements that make life possible are now littered throughout the cosmos.
by Brooks Hays

Rage of the Machines
AI may not be as benign & friendly as we’ve been told.
by Infowars Nightly News
Years Of Pretending Netflix Cord Cutting Wasn't Real Is Biting The Cable Industry On The Ass
Nielsen can’t join the modern era and track TV viewing over the Internet.
by Karl Bode