Featured Image: Front view of the first generation humanoid robot Atlas, created in 2013 by DARPA and Boston Dynamics Credit: DARPA. [DARPA website] Source: Wikipedia (Public Domain) GizMag By David Szondy January 23, 2015 Like a teenager going off to college, DARPA’s Atlas robot has cut the tether and is walking on its own without a
Sovereign Man by Simon Black on January 23, 2015 January 23, 2015 Santiago, Chile To this day, many countries around the world maintain a tight grip on dissent. Students in Thailand have been arrested for using a three-fingered salute they saw in the movie Hunger Games. In Turkey, Twitter, Youtube, and other social media sites have been blocked. And
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So that’s the Controllers plan? Retreads? “Giving” us a “choice” between another member of the Bush Crime Family or a top member of the the Arkansas Mafia which is controlled by the Bush Crime Family…SOURCE. The Mena Connection documentary and the well documented book Compromised: Clinton, Bush and the CIA by Terry Reed and John Cummings.
Featured Image: Cuba, Holguín Street. CREDIT: Photo Anton Zelenov. SOURCE:Wikipedia Commons. (Public Domain). Yahoo News Moving swiftly, US eases travel and trade rules on Cuba AP By BRADLEY KLAPPER and MICHAEL WEISSENSTEIN January 16, 2015 9:52 AM WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration, following through on its declaration of warming ties with Cuba, has eased travel restrictions and
Featured Image: Entrance to the Svalbard Global Seed Vault (Norwegian: Svalbard globale frøhvelv) is a secure seedbank on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen created in case of a global disaster. Credit: Bjoertvedt – Own work. Created: September 27, 2012. Source: Wikipedia (CC BY-SA 3.0). One of the places you’re not allowed to visit. . . .EDITOR youtube by Danger
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Illinois’ House just passed a bill that criminalizes recording private conversations with citizens, and it also imposes harsher penalties for recording private conversations with police. The bill is rife with vague language, the last thing we need right now as the country riots over the lack of police accountability. The Resident discusses.
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Congress is taking steps to undo the District of Columbia’s widely supported referendum legalizing marijuana for recreational use. Buried within the “cromnibus” bill passed by the House last Thursday is a measure blocking the implementation of the new pot regulations, which was approved by nearly 70 percent of DC voters in November. RT’s Manila Chan has more details.
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Road contractors engineered an ingenious and melodic way to encourage drivers to obey the speed limit. CROWD CONTROL AIRS MONDAYS at 9P.
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Before it’s News Monday, December 15, 2014 10:07
We have seen technology do some amazing things. Advances have allowed us opportunities that were only figments of our imaginations ten short years ago, but when technology is married to Big Brother we have potential for big problems.
Carmakers are getting ready to introduce new vehicles that will automatically notify the authorities when you surpass speed limits. Talk about an auto-ticket! The technology is called, called “V2X” and according to a report over at The Motley Fool [who are shareholders], discussing the possible revenue boon this would be for cities and towns across the country and how it could be taken advantage of for county coffers, . . . Read Complete Report
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Featured Image: Originally destined for a museum before fate intervened: eight Delahayes, nine Talbot Lagos (three with Saoutchik bodies), four Ferraris (including a 250 GT California Spider once owned by a movie star), three Panhard-Levassors, three Lorraine Dietrichs, three Panhard-Levassors, two Delages, plus a Bugatti T57 Ventoux, Hispano Suiza H6B, Maserati A6G Gran Sport Frua, Lagonda LG45 cabriolet, Porsche 356 SC … sixty cars in all Source: Gizmag Image Gallery (49 images). (Fair Use).
By Mike Hanlon
December 14, 2014
Earlier this year, Artcurial’s Matthieu Lamoure and Pierre Novikoff came across the remarkable treasure trove of rare automobiles on a provincial farm in the West of France. . . . Read Complete Report
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Congress has just passed the Intelligence Authorization Act for 2015, which grants the executive branch not only the ability to spy on American citizens private communications, but also the legal authority to turn that information over to local law enforcement.
All of this can be done without any court order being granted, all in the name of ‘fighting terror’, of course. . . . Read Complete Report