The Register | Male geladas smack lips to produce distinctive “wobble” in calls to females; sounds follow a similar tempo to human speech.
foxnews.com | Pentagon has plans to deploy its first ever ship-mounted laser next year.
io9.com | Ambitious proposal calls for probe to capture a small asteroid in 2019 and bring it near the Moon.
Live Science | It’s big, it’s hairy, and it’s venomous.
news.com.au | Uriminzokkiri was inaccessible and its companion feeds attacked and defaced.
Mike Adams | Of all the threats to humanity today, none is more destructive than modern-day “evidence-based science.”
aljazeera.com | Project aims to find cures for epilepsy, autism, schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s by mapping human brain.
Mac Slavo | North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s rhetoric over nuclear weapons and the possibility of war with the United States and its allies makes almost no plausible sense.
independent.co.uk | It is “morally and ethically wrong” to create new type of influenza virus in the laboratory more lethal and transmissible than what exists in nature.
Anthony Gucciardi | Massive Activism Leads to Apologies.
Nick Collins | Swarming robots could eventually be shrunk to a microscopic size.
Mike Adams | CO2 is a vital nutrient for food crops.
Intellihub.com | Recently a team of scientists made a statement claiming that up to 40% of people are infected with brain parasites that have the ability to alter human behavior.
news.yahoo.com | Researchers have made a biological transistor from DNA that could be used to create living computers.
Infowars.com | Rosa Koire, ASA, is the executive director of the Post Sustainability Institute. She is a forensic commercial real estate appraiser specializing in eminent domain valuation.
Jon Rappoport | It’s already bad. Very bad. For the past 25 years, the biotech Dr. Frankensteins have been inserting DNA into food crops.
David Cenciotti | B-52 used what appears to be the garden of a civil house as the target of its simulated bombing run.
Mike Adams | I’m absolutely shocked at how many people don’t investigate what’s really in the products they swallow.
Extreme Tech | 14mm device uses Bluetooth to transmit data to smartphone.
livescience.com | Crater was probably blasted out by a faster, smaller object than previously thought.
Sky News | A flash of light that streaked over the east coast of the United States prompts comments from Nasa – and numerous Twitter users.
The Telegraph | Scientists claim to have found a way to help anyone plagued by annoying tunes that lodge themselves inside our heads and repeat on an endless loop.
Natural News | This mysterious sinkhole has been gradually gaining in size now for about seven months.
weather.com | Scientist have found a thriving community of microbes living at the deepest known point on the surface of the Earth.
nextgov.com | Cyber Command aims to deploy by September all 13 cyberwarrior teams capable of striking adversary networks.
David Rose | Will eco-funded MPs stop waging a green crusade with your money?
Space.com | Thought to be lost forever on the ocean floor.
Mike Adams | In yet another blow to GMOs, several major U.S. food retailers have signed on to the “Campaign for GE-Free Seafood”.
Washington’s Blog | Bill Would Strip Courts of Power … And Push Genetically Modified Foods Onto Our Plates.
The Guardian | If given green light, British scientists would be first to offer treatments letting babies be born with DNA from three people.
Business Insider | If the details about this deal are true, it could be a game-changer for the enterprise cloud market.
Declan McCullagh | In case police decide to obtain them at some point in the future.
TechNewsDaily | Repairing damaged eyes is one of the most challenging aspects of modern medicine, but a new study suggests it might one day be possible.
Infowars.com | No, the world ISN’T getting warmer (as you may have noticed).
usnews.com | Will soon start selling technology that disables unmanned aircraft.
Jon Rappoport | This article may seem to be about abstract theory, but it isn’t. It’s about how populations are viewed by psychological-operations specialists.
Tim Cushing | Nationwide Six Strikes Copyright Alert System continues to roll out with many of the details still shrouded in secrecy.
Jurriaan Maessen | John Lennon takes a jab at fearmongers such as Paul Ehrlich.
Mike Adams | Overpopulation of humans on our planet is a myth.
Live Science | Particle discovered last year was indeed Higgs Boson.
Infowars.com | So what exactly takes place during a webcam abortion?
NY Times | The U.S. government is buying enough of a new smallpox medicine to treat two million people in the event of a bioterrorism attack.
Anthony Gucciardi | Why are we still drinking fluoride in our ‘clean’ tap water around the entire world?
detroit.cbslocal.com | There’s a a new type of aircraft flying around the former Detroit City Airport.
mytechnologyworld9.blogspot.in | The project, titled “Citadel”, would cost about $500 million, and could be implemented only with international cooperation.
Andy Probert | Super-sized aggressive mosquitoes with a ‘stabbing’ bite are set to be unleashed across Florida this summer, bringing misery for thousands of residents.
The Guardian | Dating cremated bone fragments of men, women and children found at site puts origin of first circle back 500 years to 3,000BC.
Daily Mail | Drugs are synthetic versions of resveratrol, found in red wine.
CNet | Owner says “it’s because it’s kind of a private place that people go.” Will other businesses follow?
DNA Info | Chicago’s gun offender registry needs to be expanded.