SHTF Plan | The press in Europe is raising the alarm on a recent spike in radiation.
Michael Snyder | The problem is that we are flat broke.
Michael Snyder | We aren’t supposed to be creating them in the real world.
RT | Musk again said that he is willing to die on Mars.
Paul Joseph Watson | Tens of thousands of people have been fleeing California towns downstream from the Oroville Dam.
Daily Mail | DIY geneticists may face jail time following fears they could create bioweapons.
RT | Will the robots play nice, or will they try and kill us all?
Michael Snyder | Six years ago, an absolutely devastating tsunami caused a triple meltdown at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power facility.
American Mirror | Twitter is taking on social media rival upstart Gab by suspending its account.
London Independent | Experiments suggest normal method for cooking rice can expose consumers to range of health problems including heart disease, diabetes and cancer.
Accuweather | A quick change to colder weather will be accompanied by accumulating snow from the mid-Atlantic to eastern New England into Thursday night.
Sputnik | An explosion hit a nuclear power plant in northwestern France. Several people have sustained injuries as a result of the blast.
The Sun | Billionaire pays for research into ‘neural recording’, a creepy-sounding technique which could change the lives of people suffering serious illnesses.
Daily Mail | FOUR of Iceland’s volcanoes are on the brink of erupting.
Daily Mail | Robotic arms controlled by thought are now being developed in Britain.
Daily Caller | Billionaire George Soros in 2016 invested $238 million in 11 oil and gas companies, according to his federal financial filings, The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group has learned.
Daily Mail | The report claimed that the ‘pause’ or ‘slowdown’ in global warming in the period since 1998 – revealed by UN scientists in 2013 – never existed.
American Mirror | People who claim to care about the environment left enough evidence behind at a recent protest site to make others wonder about their sincerity.
Daily Mail | This year, five space mining companies plan to send missions to the lunar surface in the hopes of mining the moon for precious metals.
Sky News | Pictures from deep inside the disaster-hit power plant reveal extensive damage to a metal grating that contained nuclear fuel.
RT | The British government has given the green light for a new experimental crop of genetically-modified (GM) wheat to be grown, despite strong opposition from around 30 green groups.
Mac Slavo | Scientists are only just beginning to comprehend the dramatic impact that magnetic fields have on our lives, and indeed all life on earth.
Daily Caller | A Florida congressman is drafting legislation to abolish the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and looking for fellow lawmakers to co-sponsor the effort.
Truth Revolt | “Planning an abortion in Texas is totally overwhelming.”
RT | ‘Substantial evidence’ has been found that everything we see and feel may in fact be be part of a vast illusion, according to a new study from a group of theoretical physicists and astrophysicists.
UK Express | EARTH is being bombarded by meteorites that came about from an asteroid collision some 466 MILLION years ago, a study has revealed.
Zero Hedge | The reason for the simmering cold war between tech CEOs and Trump can be summarized in just three letters: H1-B.
UK Express | A HYBRID human-pig embryo has been injected into a sow’s womb as scientists push the ethical boundaries of science in the hope that they can create lifesaving donor organs.
Martin Armstrong | Recent studies are discovering that each generation is becoming increasingly stupid.
Reuters | Employees from more than a dozen U.S. government agencies have established a network of unofficial “rogue” Twitter feeds.
EAG News | As schools across the country struggle to get students to eat their government meals, Jacksonville’s Crystal Springs Elementary School is giving them one more reason to avoid the lunch line.
Fox 5 | Several people reported hearing two large “bangs” and felt the earth shake just after 3 p.m. Tuesday in San Diego.
USA TODAY | One of the few people with the wherewithal to actually do something about the legendary traffic in Los Angeles is finally fed up.
Prison Planet.com | While liberals scream for climate change acceptance, man made climate change via cloud seeding and aerosols is actually being done by governments around the world.
Breitbart | Projects were blocked by the Obama administration due in part to environmental concerns.
Capital Press | A small amount of genetically modified sliced apples will go on sale in 10 Midwest stores this February and March.
The Ralph Retort | WeSearchr, the initiative founded by Chuck Johnson and Pax Dickinson, was suspended from Twitter today.
Daily Mail | Italian scientists spent 21 years researching the so-called Tunguska event.
RT | After apparently being hacked, a Twitter account belonging to the New York Times reported that Russia intended to launch a missile attack against the US. The newspaper is investigating the situation.
Washington Post | In a powerful testament to the warming of the planet, two leading U.S. science agencies Wednesday jointly declared 2016 the hottest year on record.
CNS News | Outgoing National Security Adviser Susan Rice includes “pandemic flu” in the list of her biggest nightmares.
Sputnik | Care to take a peek into the future?
CNBC | President-elect Donald Trump’s views on a range of issues, from immigration to climate change, alienated many left-leaning tech employees in Silicon Valley, but none more so than those working at Alphabet.
Sputnik | An artificial intelligence headset that records brain waves, links them to the individual’s moods, and then composes original music to uplift its user’s feelings has been invented.
Recode | The system will specifically help self-driving cars navigate reversible lanes (or lanes that can go both ways).
TheSun.co.uk | British firm unveils research which shows that the atmosphere could be used to spy on ordinary citizens in unprecedented detail.
UK Star | THE American space agency is planning to send a spacecraft to a lump of metal in space worth quadrillions of dollars.
Daily Mail | Simulations show new MEGACONTINENT called Amasia in unprecedented detail.
The Sun | A leading researcher has warned the disease could be weaponized to deadly effect should it fall into the wrong hands.
The Hill | Returned to the internet after months of silence.