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Stuff | It’s not quite extraterrestrial life, but scientists have discovered sea plankton growing in space.

Christina Sarich | A global threat? A slight nuisance?

Liberty Blitzkrieg | Will the change actual make your timeline “even more relevant and interesting,” or will it make it more like Facebook?

Business Insider | A Brazilian prosecutor is urging Apple and Google to ban the anonymous gossip app Secret.

Business Insider | Currently, the military is exploring creating an Iron Man-like specialized suit.

Reuters | There was no need for wider travel or trade restrictions, the WHO said in a statement.

Venture Beat | Facebook is piloting a Satire tag for fake news stories in the newsfeed.

Christina Sarich | It looks like it’s time for another boycott.

Christina Sarich | Maybe brand recognition isn’t always such a good thing.

London Independent | Scientists have moved closer to being able to stop a huge asteroid colliding with the Earth and potentially wiping out human life.

Christina Sarich | Is the Obama administration looking to stir up more trouble in Ferguson?

Christina Sarich | Did you know that your Heinz ketchup, which the company claims is ‘all natural,’ is really full of toxic, genetically modified ingredients?

Kit Daniels | Multiple users of the social media site unable to share videos by Infowars and others.

Christina Sarich | Scientists shaking their heads in disbelief and concern.

New American | It doesn’t seem to matter how many times the Chicken Littles of global warming are proven spectacularly wrong.

UK Daily Mail | It’s enough to put you off processed food for life.

Jon Rappoport | This article is about the Ebola psyop. The imagery. The storyline. Selling it.

Christina Sarich | First Monsanto took over our Congress, then our Supreme Court, and now they are trying to take over journalism.

UK Daily Mail | Social media can induce delusional episodes, claims study – but only if you’re predisposed.

Bloomberg | The chemical triclosan has been linked to cancer-cell growth and disrupted development in animals.

Zero Hedge | The consequences of the Fukushima disaster have been far, far worse than officials had reported.

Christina Sarich | The makers of this strain of GM maize shouldn’t have been surprised.

Christina Sarich | Biotech has infiltrated the scene once again.

New American | “Ten firms say they will not represent clients that deny man-made climate change.”

Breitbart | “I look of the Drudge Report, it can drive a lot of panic.”

RT | The meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant’s third reactor building was even worse than initially believed, Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) has announced.

Jon Rappoport | Reality is a psychological operation.

Christina Sarich | How does defeating one of the biggest fraudulent trade agreements supported by Monsanto, Syngenta, Bayer, DuPont-Pioneer, Dow, BASF and the politicians they own sound to you?

Vice | Three-dimensional printing is changing the way the Army treats injuries and builds bombs, and now the technology is poised to revolutionize how soldiers are fed.

Jon Rappoport | Ebola health workers in boiling hot suits, toxic chemicals.

Christina Sarich | Biotech has tried to dismiss the accounts of farmer suicides in India due to the introduction of genetically modified crops.

Christina Sarich | Due to widespread opposition, the biotech industry is pulling their transgenic crops out of the EU.

RT | Two US aid workers have been getting an experimental anti-Ebola drug and their condition has dramatically improved.

Business Insider | Internet companies have worked with the The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children to create a database of child pornography pictures.

Christina Sarich | Due to widespread opposition, the biotech industry is pulling their transgenic crops out of the EU.

The Daily Sheeple | As I view the cascade of news coming in on the Ebola outbreak, it leaves me scratching my head a little.

London Independent | Donald Trump says aid workers must ‘suffer consequences’.

Christina Sarich | Coca-Cola and its products are becoming boycotted garbage.

Business Insider | “This should be the last Ebola epidemic without a cure.”

London Independent | The National Guard has been called in to bring water to the area.

RT | “We’re trying to sound the alarm.”

Paul Craig Roberts | American elites have decided that Americans are not sufficiently threatened by war and economic chaos, so they are bringing the ebola virus to America.

Christina Sarich | Gomez believes that the children lived very near vast fields of soybean crops that were sprayed with ‘a powerful herbicide’.

National Journal | In a sharp and sudden reversal, the CIA is acknowledging it improperly tapped into the computers of Senate staffers who were reviewing the intelligence agency’s Bush-era torture practices.

Mac Slavo | Dr. Kent Brantly, who has dedicated his life to helping those in need with the Samaritan’s Purse organization, can be described with a single word. Selfless.

Elizabeth Renter | China has somewhat of a history when it comes to refusing GMOs from the United States.

BBC News | “This new technique will enable more robust, effective, autonomous robots.”

Elizabeth Renter | It’s not enough that we need to be concerned about what’s in our food—we also have to be concerned about what our food is in.

BBC | The UK government has announced that driverless cars will be allowed on public roads from January next year.

Michael Snyder | Never before have we seen so much death along the west coast of North America.

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