Science & Technology

The Patriot Act Is Now USA Freedom Act

How many times has the mainstream media mentioned the USA Freedom Act? Well, if you did hear of this legislation, you must have been watching C-SPAN or a foreign press channel. Read a report from NPR, that government funded broadcast, which never fails to present a known editorial viewpoint. “The USA Freedom Act extends many


Google’s Plan To Eliminate Human Driving In 5 Years

By: Alex Davies| Wired – Google’s adorable self-driving car prototype hits the road this summer, the tech giant announced last week. Real roads, in the real world. The car has no steering wheel or pedals, so it’s up to the computer to do all the driving. As cool as this sounds, it isn’t a huge


One Step Closer To Artificial Intelligence: Scientists Create Cells Replicating Human Brain Processes

Australian scientists have for the first time developed an electronic long-term memory cell that mimics the work of a human brain. Researchers say the discovery is a step towards creating a bionic brain. Researchers from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) have created the world’s first electronic multi-state memory cell which mirrors the brain’s


Transhumanism: An Attempt To Use Technology To Turn Men Into Gods

Did you know that the word “transhuman” literally means “beyond human”?  All over the world, scientists and intellectuals are joining the transhumanism movement.  Those that adhere to this philosophy believe that the time has come for us to use technology to take control of our own evolution.  By doing so, they believe that we can


Former Israeli PM Ehud Barak Joins Board Of Biometrics Firm

By: Brandon Turbeville | Activist Post – Former Israeli Prime Minister and Defense Minister, Ehud Barak has added another accomplishment to his bloody résumé now that he has accepted a new position with startup biometrics firm, FST Biometrics. Barak recently joined the board of FST after the company received a $15 million investment from GMF


Is Scientific American Censoring GMO-Skeptical Comments?

By: GM Watch | Academic physician-educator banned from pointing out errors in pro-GMO article – Claire Robinson reports Scientific American recently published a pro-GMO article by Michael Shermer, the publisher of Skeptic magazine. The article contains outright false claims, such as the old GMO industry line, “Humans have been genetically modifying foods through selective breeding


Snowden Documents Reveal How NSA Converts Conversations Into Searchable Text

Most people realize that emails and other digital communications they once considered private can now become part of their permanent record. But even as they increasingly use apps that understand what they say, most people don’t realize that the words they speak are not so private anymore, either. Top-secret documents from the archive of former


Survival Medicine: New Wound-Closure Method That Could Replace Stitches (VIDEO)

In a world without medical facilities, open wounds can invite serious, life threatening infections. To the untrained eye, it could cause death. For thousands of years, stitches have long been a part of closing wounded tissues. One of the main concerns with this archaic method is air can inadvertently become trapped inside a stitched wound and cause further


Just Google It: Info On How To Hack A Military Drone Is Already Online

By: Sputnik News | The information necessary to hack a military drone is freely available to the public, in academic publications and online documents, according to an Israeli defense manufacturer. One such paper was published just a month before Iran claimed it downed a CIA stealth drone in 2011, Esti Peshin said Monday at the Defensive Cyberspace Operations


Is Barefoot Contact With The Earth Necessary For Health?

The civilized man has built a coach, but has lost the use of his feet. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson Feeling “grounded” is an increasingly uncommon experience in this day and age, and it should be, considering we no longer regularly touch the ground with our bare feet, as nature intended. This is due the rapid


Dietary Chlorophyll Helps Us Capture/Use Sunlight Energy, Groundbreaking Study Reveals

An amazing study published in the Journal of Cell Science reveals an entirely new reason why it is essential that you ‘eat your greens,’ as mother always said, namely: it enables your body’s mitochondria to produce more ATP energy when exposed to sunlight.  The study titled, “Light-harvesting chlorophyll pigments enable mammalian mitochondria to capture photonic


Stingray Technology: Why You Should Know About This Secret Case (VIDEO)

What is Stingray technology – how is it used – and why is everyone trying to keep it a secret? Shahid Buttar, Bill of Rights Defense Committee (BORDC) joins Thom Hartman. All across America – law enforcement agencies are using a special technology to collect information from your cell phones. The Big Picture


Why Laptops Should Be Renamed To Protect Consumers

Recent research published in the journal Archives of Environmental and Occupational Health concluded that the “Laptop is paradoxically an improper site for the use of a LTC [laptop computer], which consequently should be renamed to not induce customers towards an improper use.” [emphasis added] What lead these reseachers to reach such a seemingly drastic conclusion?


St. Louis Prosecutors Drop Charges Before Spy Tool Used In Arrests Is Revealed In Court

Prosecutors in St. Louis, Missouri have dropped more than a dozen charges against three defendants accused of participating in a string of robberies in late 2013 on the eve of a court hearing on the police department’s use of a controversial spy tool. The “Stingray” spy tool used by police departments across the United States


Who Is Anti-Science – Free, Critical Thinkers Or National Geographic?

National Geographic now has a long list of people who it labels anti-science or to be exact who it deems are engaging in a war on science by exercising free and critical thinking – and by forming an opinion which is contrary to the supposed “mainstream scientific consensus” (an illusion by the way). In one of


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