London Independent | There have been no new antibiotics discovered for 30 years.
Daily Caller | “We all know it’s happening. It’s real. It’s happening now.”
CBS LA | Residents from Sacramento to Los Angeles and Las Vegas reported seeing mysterious lights streaking across the night sky.
Anna Scanlon | New estimates have shown that around 1.65 million women in Latin America could become infected with Zika while they are pregnant, with Brazil carrying the highest number of all.
The College Fix | A first-year seminar class on tap this fall at the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay promises to merge civil rights with pollution.
The Sun | People’s Republic takes the lead in race to build super-secure communications network of the future.
Sky News | Experts are warning that humans “have the most to lose” from the manmade, toxic pollutants that marine life are being exposed to.
The Sun | Nightmare scenario means humanity will be simply unable to power the systems which keep us alive.
The Daily Sheeple | For the past two years ISIS had made a terrifying name for itself.
Daily Mail | In the 2004 film, iRobot, Will Smith’s character must stop an army of robots from outnumbering humans and taking over the world.
Daily Mail | Strange bubbles have been discovered in the Arctic permafrost – adding to mysterious behaviour seen in the region, including the sudden appearance of giant holes in northern Siberia.
RT | The amount of radioactive substances in seabed off Fukushima is hundreds of times higher than before the disaster, a report issued by Greenpeace reveals.
CBS News | Oliver Stone is clearly not a fan of Pokemon Go.
Real Science | NOAA claims global temperatures are the hottest ever, based on some rather spectacular junk science. NOAA doesn’t actually have any temperature data over most of the land surface.
New American | Internationalists and climate alarmists are freaking out.
The Daily Sheeple | As far as most people are concerned, the current wave of robotic automation that’s sweeping the globe is frightening enough.
Anna Scanlon | Utah health officials have confirmed that an elderly woman who passed away in late June has died after contracting the Zika virus.
Sputnik | The so-called robot revolution may ride roughshod over people’s right to privacy, Gor Nakhapetyan, advisor to the Russian innovation center Skolkovo, told Sputnik.
London Independent | China had hoped to guide the satellite back to Earth – but they might not be able to.
Truth Revolt | “So what did the 97 percent actually say?”
Mac Slavo | Pressure has been building for over a century, and simply must be released,
Defence One | As military-grade robotics get cheaper and more capable, someone will arm them and put them on American streets.
The Hill | A bill to keep states from issuing their own mandatory labeling laws for foods made with genetically modified ingredients sailed through the Senate on Thursday despite pushback from Democrats.
Julie Fidler | As if severe water pollution and Zika weren’t bad enough.
Daily Mail | Scientists say tedium can lead to our views becoming extreme.
RT | The US Department of Defense is using an animated online course about a zombie pandemic to teach active-duty military nurses about population health.
Daily Mail | Experts reveal what it would take to live forever digitally.
Reuters | The dreaded act of parallel parking could soon become a thing of the past with Chinese inventors backing their new parking robot to take away the stress for anxious drivers.
RT | Tests carried out by a German watchdog revealed Kinder chocolate bars and two other brands tested positive for a hazardous cancer-causing substance.
Michael Snyder | There are some “major concerns” about what the scientists at CERN are doing these days.
Eric Worrall | The alleged weakening of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation appears to be triggering a growing amount of speculation about abrupt cooling, like the plot of the movie “The Day After Tomorrow”.
Zero Hedge | Once operational, FAST will be able to detect radio signals from as far away as one thousand light years – evidently that’s where the aliens are.
Daily Mail | Common chemicals found in plastic bottles, pollution and even makeup are harming the brains of foetuses and growing children, according to new research.
London Independent | Other scientists have since dismissed the claims as ‘total nonsense’.
Daily Mail | UN report warns we are at risk of an arms race fuelled by artificial intelligence.
CNS News | Given a “yes” or “no” option, 89 percent of Americans — about nine in 10 — said they believe in God, while one in ten say they do not.
Daily Mail | Do YOU have a sixth sense?
Daily Mail | The internet is a hectic place and at any given moment millions of people are searching, tweeting and emailing all at once.
RT | “Mankind is in danger of destroying ourselves by our greed and stupidity.”
Julie Fidler | AI and virtual reality might even replace doctor visits.
Daily Mail | The sun is in the currently in its quietest period for more than a century.
CNS News | Harman said it is in the interest of the United States to “build resilience” in these countries to prevent migration and even terrorism.
Michael Snyder | As you read this article, the state of California is being ravaged by gigantic wildfires that are raging wildly out of control, and West Virginia is dealing with a “500 year flood”.
Daily Mail | Some individuals are genetically programmed to be nice, while others stay nasty.
TIME | Behind the revolutionary new gene-editing technology.
Sky News | The cosmic event happened about 3.9 billion light years from Earth in the direction of the Draco constellation.
CBSDFW.COM | The Zika virus continues to spread worldwide, and Dallas County Health and Human Services on Tuesday reported nearly a dozen cases here in North Texas.
RT | Get ready to live forever, says an expert who predicts our minds could be downloaded into avatars within the next century.
The College Fix | File this under “not terribly surprising”…
Daily Mail | Schmidt claims that super-intelligent robots will someday help use solve problems such as population growth and climate change.