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Business Insider | In late December, DARPA awarded a $1.5 million contract to Raytheon to develop small satellites capable of quickly providing US ground troops with imagery of their surroundings.

Washington Times | “Our law enforcement colleagues, they were sort of taken aback, I think, initially by how rich that data set was.”

London Telegraph | In a world-first, the drone uses automated voice technology to issue and receive calls to and from air traffic control.

National Journal | Aide confirms the underhand toss was caught by a page.

Christina Sarich | Let’s all tell biotech to stop.

Christina Sarich | Poland’s largest farmer uprising.

Christina Sarich | It could be more than just ‘coconut milk and water’.

Christina Sarich | As well as a popular weed killer chemical.

London Independent | The Italian believes the technique could save the lives of people riddled with cancer or whose nerves and muscles have wasted away.

London Independent | Intelligence agencies tried to steal important data as it was passed between phone networks and Sim card maker.

RT | Artificial intelligence (AI) needs to develop human emotion if humanity is to avoid the potential existential threat posed by machines capable of consciousness, a leading scientist has warned.

Mike Barrett | Could the shift be genuine?

Mike Barrett | Fluoridated water is much to blame.

Adan Salazar | “I think it is concerning for people living in those areas,” says study’s author.

Mike Barrett | What’s more, the company is pledging to shift to ‘simple ingredients.’

London Telegraph | Around 15,000 people could be suffering needlessly from thyroid problems because of fluoride in drinking water, the University of Kent has warned.

Christina Sarich | Continue to vote with your dollar.

Mike Barrett | A naturally occurring molecule may be the answer in stopping Alzheimer’s disease in its early stages.

Christina Sarich | U.S. fast foods have twice the salt of other countries.

Vice | Having a small electronic device plug into your DNA and enhance your eyesight with a Terminator-style display is not that far-fetched.

Gateway Pundit | An aerial view shows most of Lake Superior is already covered by ice. The last time ice coverage was over 80 percent in back-to-back years was in the 1970s.

Prison Planet.com | David and Dr. Sherri Tenpenny discuss the origins of the VAERS Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System.

RT | Americans in New York, Ohio, Michigan and Pennsylvania reported seeing a fiery, 500-pound meteor soar through the sky.

Jon Rappoport | Psychiatry isn’t a science. It isn’t even close. It’s a hoax.

Ella Jameson | The deaths of Philip Seymour Hoffman and Heath Ledger may have grabbed headlines, but there is a far larger tragedy behind America’s recreational painkiller epidemic.

BBC News | An alien star passed through our Solar System just 70,000 years ago, astronomers have discovered.

Washington’s Blog | Scientists Suggested Melting the Arctic Ice Cap to Stop a New Ice Age.

Anthony Gucciardi | From fake antifreeze vodka to phony butter.

David Knight | Will a small tech elite pit themselves against the rest of humanity in a 21st “Artilect” war of gigadeath?

London Guardian | Technologies join nuclear war, ecological catastrophe, super-volcanoes and asteroid impacts in Global Challenges Foundation’s risk report.

Christina Sarich | And yes – pesticides on food does affect your health.

RT | Mysterious plumes over 150 miles high have been recorded erupting on Mars by amateur astronomers – and the strange discovery has scientists stumped.

New American | Over the last decade in the United States, the deaths of over 100 children — at the very least — have been linked to receiving a measles vaccine.

Zero Hedge | Since 2001, a group of hackers – dubbed the “Equation Group” by researchers from Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab – have infected computers in at least 42 countries.

UK Daily Mail | Aliens may have sent microorganisms to Earth inside metal balls to create seed life on our planet, an astrobiologist has claimed.

Christina Sarich | Researchers reveal disturbing numbers.

Christina Sarich | Sales to reach $35 billion this year.

NY Times | The government on Friday approved the commercial planting of genetically engineered apples that are resistant to turning brown when sliced or bruised.

The Washington Times | The leaders of three of the nation’s leading tech companies won’t attend a White House cybersecurity summit in California on Friday, according to media reports.

Ozy.com | The country is facing a critical shortage of basic medical supplies.

RT | Tesla Motors says its ambitious plan to produce battery packs strong enough to power houses will be reality within six months.

Mike Barrett | How ubiquitous is Monsanto’s RoundUp herbicide, really.

New American | Is methane an even worse climate villain than CO2?

Christina Sarich | Let’s really see what we’re up against.

Prison Planet.com | There are ways to shield your data without donning a tin-foil hat.

Anthony Gucciardi | Fast food ingredients catch up to juggernauts.

New American | A recent MedicalXpress.com article highlights startling research on the serious side effects of antipsychotic medications.

Anthony Gucciardi | Oftentimes more than double the spending.

Martin Armstrong | People like Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk are worried about what might happen as a result of advancements in AI.

Barbara Minton | #5 will startle you.

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