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Jon Rappoport | Especially when the media agree and offer their seal of approval.

London Independent | Birds nesting on the path of an incoming tornado, which devastated parts of the US, “evacuated” their home one day before, scientists say.

Paul Joseph Watson | White House, lawmakers exploit crisis to push for draconian data powers.

Jon Rappoport | Especially when the media agree and offer their seal of approval.

Christina Sarich | In Time for Massive New Dumping of Daiichi Radiation.

Washington Post | German researchers have discovered security flaws that could let hackers, spies and criminals listen to private phone calls.

Christina Sarich | Overturning a 60-Year Public Health Hazard Law.

London Independent | Nasa Curiosity rover picks up mysterious methane ‘burps’ that could possibly be coming from alien organisms.

Christina Sarich | Don’t let this happen!

UK Daily Mail | The likes of Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk have warned about the potential threats posed by artificial intelligence.

EAG News | Could there be something more sinister behind the little elf sitting on the shelf who returns to the North Pole each night?

Mike Barrett | We know that reducing soda consumption can drastically reduce obesity and diabetes rates, but could such a simple dietary adjustment also reduce cancer rates?

RT | Japan’s nuclear watchdog says the radioactive water that has accumulated at the battered Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant must be decontaminated and dumped into the ocean.

Jon Rappoport | There is more than fraud at work here.

The Virginian-Pilot | It looks like a fish, sort of.

Reuters | Berners-Lee said the Internet was invented with the help of U.S. state funding, but was spread by academics.

Barbara Minton | Still Masking Health-Damaging Ingredients.

Business Insider | Nearly 269,000 tons of plastic pollution may be floating in the world’s oceans, according to a global study.

Daily Mail | “These concerns are normal”.

London Telegraph | A mountain-sized asteroid which crosses paths with the Earth every three years has been discovered by a Russian scientist.

Barbara Minton | True Side Effects of Tylenol (Acetaminophen).

RT | The landing site of the Mars curiosity rover robot, the Gale Crater, is believed to have once been a lake.

Christina Sarich | Yet Another Layer of Bureaucracy to Protect Big Biotech.

Nextgov.com | Google Glass is due to receive an update in 2015.

Christina Sarich | Greater scrutiny of Diablo Canyon’s twin nuclear reactors is needed, says Sam Blakeslee, a former California state senator.

Christina Sarich | Foodies everywhere – rejoice!

Prison Planet.com | Hershey is looking at replacing the high-fructose corn syrup in some of its products with sugar.

UK Daily Mail | Intelligent life may have turned to AI by the time we make first contact, expert claims.

Prison Planet.com | The proposed suit will allow troops to carry 100-plus pounds of equipment.

London Telegraph | More than 100 scientists and astronauts have come together to call for a huge asteroid detection system.

Christina Sarich | Monsanto Caught ‘Playing Dirty’.

UK Daily Mail | As flu season begins to ramp up, health experts say the vaccine does not protect well against the current strain sweeping across America.

CBS Chicago | The last time the average annual year-to-date temperature was this cold was back in 1904.

Christina Sarich | Another GMO problem.

Sputnik | The patient meets the CDC definition of a possibly infected “person under investigation”. A diagnosis with a definitive answer could take several days.

The Independent | Stephen Hawking has warned that artificial intelligence could end the human race.

Jon Rappoport | On both Kauai and Maui, voters decided to block Monsanto GMO-pesticide research and experiments.

engadget.com | When scanning a menu, are you justifying that Dame Blanche sundae in your mind rather than actually choosing a dessert?

Christina Sarich | The process of making sea water potable, water desalinization has been a significant point of research for years in order to purify water.

Chris Carrington | Experts have warned that there is still a huge risk of Ebola spreading globally.

Mike Barrett | Let’s keep it alive.

Press Association | US scientist wants to ‘re-enter public life’ after being shunned for seven years over his comments linking race and intelligence.

Science Daily | Activating the adenosine A3 receptor subtype is key to powerful pain relief.

Channel News Asia | TODAY reports: Infinium-Serve, the autonomous flying robotic waiters, will be first launched at one of Timbre Group’s five outlets in Singapore.

London Independent | The previous eruption of Mount Aso was in 1991.

Anthony Gucciardi | Thanksgiving, at its core, has ultimately manifested itself into a celebrated holiday in which we can ‘sit back and reflect’ over the things in which we are grateful and appreciative of.

Elizabeth Renter | While you may think of wiping down countertops and mopping the floor as sufficient cleaning for your kitchen, but even greater improvements can be made.

Jon Rappoport | I don’t know whether this is the complete record of dangerous pesticides sprayed on Kauai, but it is an enormous list.

Mike Barrett | Activism wins another battle.

Washington Examiner | President Obama’s recent call to the Federal Communications Commission to strictly regulate broadband networks could be the death knell for the open, free, and prosperous Internet.

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