Breitbart | “The additional stress this climate crisis is causing really poses the threat of some political disruption and chaos of a kind the world would find extremely difficult to deal with.”
Business Times | Transport Ministry looks at aerial taxis and on-demand dynamic-routing bus services for the future.
Heavy.com | WikiLeaks further claims that the CIA has the capability to permanently bug iPhones, even if their operating systems are deleted or replaced.
RT | Tainted water inside a reactor containment vessel at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has shown a radiation level enough to kill a person within 40 minutes, according to TEPCO, the power plant’s owner.
Mac Slavo | The earth has a history of violent uprisings, and a furious seismic temper.
Daily Mail | The Big One may be overdue to hit California, but scientists near LA have found a new risk for the area during a major earthquake.
RT | The rusty patched bumble bee has been given the dubious honor of being the first bee to make the endangered species list.
AP | An organization affiliated with Google is offering tools that news organizations and election-related sites can use to protect themselves from hacking.
The Verge | “Why do I feel so much like #sigourneyweaver ?”
Louder With Crowder | TIME Magazine likes to pretend it’s a serious periodical, but they get many a factual thing wrong.
Daily Mail | A spike in suspicious cell phone activity close to the White House and the Pentagon has raised fresh fears that the US government is being spied on by a foreign power.
Daily Mail | Technological singularity will turn us into super humans some time in the next 12 years, according to a Google expert.
The Daily Sheeple | You can learn a lot about a culture by taking a close look at what makes the people in that culture afraid or stressed.
Truth Revolt | But New Yorkers are now experiencing the really inconvenient truth.
Daily Mail | Spending several days playing Space Invaders may seem like a waste of time.
Zero Hedge | The messages and swastikas appeared on the verified Twitter accounts of German newspaper Die Welt, Forbes Magazine, Duke University, BBC North America, UNICEF, and Reuters Japan.
American Mirror | The horrific mess left behind by pipeline protesters is putting your tax dollars to work.
London Telegraph | A facial recognition app that can identify strangers from a photograph has been created by a British entrepreneur.
RT | North America may well have witnessed an extinction-level event similar to the one that killed the dinosaurs, but one third of its size.
Breitbart | More than 4,700 flights have already been cancelled as the Northeast is preparing itself for a blizzard set to hit the area Tuesday.
New Scientist | Could two rival theories of the make-up of the cosmos really be the same thing? Pulling at the threads could reveal a deeper reality.
Sky News | The government’s push comes after a one-month-old baby died from whooping cough possibly contracted from a childcare centre.
Space.com | Bizarre flashes of cosmic light may actually be generated by advanced alien civilizations, as a way to accelerate interstellar spacecraft to tremendous speeds, a new study suggests.
Zero Hedge | With humans long gone, and robots dying off amid the radiation, Fukushima has become home to ‘something else’.
London Independent | The research could have huge medical and ethical implications for things such as organ donation.
Information Liberation | Seeing as how there’s a new opening in the “environmental justice” division at the EPA, perhaps Kohn may want to apply.
London Independent | The extra-cold space will be used to look at the bizarre ways that atoms behave when they are frozen.
CNBC | Investor Peter Thiel— who stumped for President Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention and has remained close to the president — believes the era of globalization is over.
London Independent | The latest probe was destroyed in less than a day.
BBC News | Social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest are causing more people to feel alone, according to US psychologists.
CBS SF | After keeping it hidden for years, California’s Department of Public Health has released a draft document outlining health officials’ concerns about cellphone radiation exposure.
Daily Sheeple | There’s been a lot of speculation, but authorities still don’t know what the source is of a mysterious cloud of radioactive Iodine-131 that has swept across Europe in recent weeks.
RT | Scientists have discovered a breakthrough way to rapidly rewarm large samples of cryogenically-treated human and pig tissue without damaging them.
Dallas News | A booming meteor rocketed over Texas this weekend, rattling houses with a sonic boom, according to reports.
London Telegraph | A self-driving bus which not only carries passengers but talks to them could be seen in several major US cities within months.
SHTFplan.com | To really appreciate the magnitude of what occurred that day, you have to see it with your own eyes. And now you can.
CNS News | Conservationists worldwide have cause to celebrate on International Polar Bear Day as the global population of this “endangered” animal is surging.
Prison Planet.com | Bill Nye has argued that climate change deniers suffer psychological delusions. Tucker takes him on in an unforgettable debate
Daily Sheeple | Physicist Brian Cox claims the LHC at CERN has proven ghosts and the “paranormal” simply do not exist.
London Independent | Despite DiCaprio’s environmental stance.
Wakefield Express | A US Air Force plane which helped in the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster has been called in.
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.