Roberta Rampton | HealthCare.gov was unable to consistently handle 500 users at once in the testing.
Infowars.com | Climate scientists call for “radical and immediate de-growth strategies in the U.S., Europe and all wealthy nations.”
Sky News | Scientists determine the crust of Mars was formed 4.4 billion years ago, after studying a meteorite found in Morocco.
Epoch Times | U.S. court gives DHS 30 days to explain plans for a rumored “Internet kill switch” that could shut down communications in a crisis.
CBS Detroit | A Metro Detroit hospital has a powerful new weapon in the war against germs.
CNS News | NHTSA eventually wants fully automated vehicles.
Michael Snyder | The “wonder drugs” that we have been using since the middle of the last century are rapidly losing their effectiveness.
NASA.gov | Smooth countdown and flawless launch from Cape Canaveral.
Los Angeles Times | Volcano may be stirring more than a half-mile beneath a major ice sheet in Antarctica.
Christina Sarich | Monsanto has been in the poison game for a long time.
Adan Salazar | System can be hacked and exploited by pervs.
NASA.gov | Comet ISON is now inside the orbit of Earth as it plunges headlong toward the sun for a fiery close encounter on Nov. 28th.
RT | America’s undetectable firearms ban is expiring within less than a month.
Telegraph.co.uk | Could be made illegal if campaigners in Geneva succeed in persuading UN committee on Thursday and Friday to open an investigation.
Mike Adams | The USDA has announced its intention to allow China-grown chicken meat to be imported into the USA.
China Daily | Chinese province to invest 500 billion yuan ($82 billion) to encourage manufacturers to adopt more robots to overcome the short supply and high cost of labor.
ExtremeTech | Not clear how the virus was specifically installed onto the Russian plant’s network…
Jon Rappoport | They don’t want you to know what’s in your food.
Washington’s Blog | Even Threatens the International Space Station.
Tracy Miller | Scientist says he’s found a new way to get drunk without a hangover, or even any alcohol.
Alister Doyle | Panel had hoped to avoid more corrections after an embarrassing error about Himalayan ice-melt in its 2007 report
CNET | Garrison Bespoke weaves nanotech into a snazzy suit that looks sharp and keeps bullets from getting through.
Climate Depot | Actor George Clooney declared global warming skeptics to be “stupid” and “ridiculous.”
Daily Mail | Three 20-year-old programmers have shown the government how it should be done.
CBS | European Space Agency says its GOCE research satellite will crash to Earth on Sunday night or during the day on Monday.
AFP | Machine issues a free ticket as a reward for performing 30 squats.
HubbleSite.org | Hubble Space Telescope identifies never-before-seen “weird and freakish object” in asteroid belt that looks like rotating lawn sprinkler.
The Guardian | Jawed Karim joins those slamming Google’s changes to video site, which enforce use of its Google+ social network.
nydailynews.com | Admitted he paid a computer hacking service for access to email accounts of colleagues and to using a federal database to look up info on them.
New Scientist | Monkeys have been given the ability to control two virtual arms simultaneously using thought alone.
Solid Concepts Inc | Introducing metal 3D printing to the world as a viable solution for fully functional firearm prototypes.
Jacob Sullum | Just 3 percent of Americans who have tried this reputedly irresistible and inescapable drug have smoked it in the last month.
libertyblitzkrieg.com | The “authorities” can shut down website after website, but the tide of new technology and the human spirit itself cannot and will not be overcome.
techcrunch.com | Google has issued a statement (finally?) about its months-long mystery barge project.
J.D. Heyes | Thanks to miniaturization of technology, snooping devices and those designed to disrupt wireless operations are proliferating at an unbelievable pace.
Mike Adams | In an honest election, I-522 would have easily passed.
Alok Jha | Data from Kepler space observatory suggests planets capable of supporting life are far more common than previously thought
Univ. of Cambridge | Breakthrough guarantees “unconditional” security of information by harnessing quantum theory and relativity.
CNET | The new Ultrastar He6 drives float a new concept for achieving those ends.
Los Angeles Times | The sun has erupted more than two dozen times over the last week.
Mikael Thalen | Chip capable of transmitting biometrical data to an android device.
Michael Snyder | It is only a matter of time before a massive EMP burst fries the U.S. electrical grid.
zerohedge.com | Obama may need some additional fabricated and YouTube-validated false flag wars very soon.
Wall Street Journal | Facebook testing technology that would greatly expand the scope of data that it collects about its users.
Michael Snyder | Would you like to surf the Internet, make a phone call or send a text message using only your brain?
Infowars.com | In a not-so-distant future, human cops and androids partner up to protect and serve.
disinfo.com | The U.N. plans to set up an “International Asteroid Warning Group” for member nations.
Zero Hedge | “Obama built that”… And now good luck tearing it down and its several hundred million lines of code, and rebuilding it from scratch.
RT | Agency wants to track your brain signals.
CNBC | Data center experienced a failure on Sunday that led it to lose network connectivity.