Washington Free Beacon | Chelsea Clinton opted to travel to a “clean energy” roundtable in Asheville, North Carolina on Wednesday afternoon in a private jet to campaign on behalf of her mother Hillary Clinton.
UK Express | A HUGE solar storm is heading towards Earth which could leave us without mobile phones, satellite TV and even electricity.
New Scientist | It’s a boy!
Daisy Luther | Thankfully, it landed in the ocean.
Julie Fidler | Consumers won’t know if they’re eating GMOs, thanks to current laws.
Daily Mail | Machine learning is ubiquitous in our daily lives.
Truth Revolt| “If they don’t agree with that, f— ’em”.
Daily Mail | Gary Johnson may be running for President of the US, but the Libertarian candidate is aiming for the stars.
Anna Scanlon | The ‘Erin Brockovich Chemical’.
Daily Sheeple | “The amount of people that thought this is real is worrying for the human race”.
The Hill | Russian intelligence agencies are making “a serious and concerted effort to influence the U.S. election,” the ranking members of the Senate and House Intelligence Committees said on Thursday.
The Hill | Yahoo is set to report a large scale data breach today in which hundreds of millions of accounts have been compromised, according to a report by Recode.
Daily Sheeple | It seems that a technical error in the hosting of the reclusive hermit kingdom allowed the world to have a glimpse at the never-before-seen world of the Internet — North Korea-style.
Daily Mail | The science fiction author Isaac Asimov first proposed the ‘Three Laws of Robotics’ in a short story published in 1942 as a way of ensuring the machines would not rise up to overthrow humanity.
The Hill | Changing who controls the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) so close to our presidential election will jeopardize the results of how you vote on Nov. 8 unless Congress stops this changeover.
Mac Slavo | This is the power, hurtling from space, that could wipe us out like the dinosaurs. Or so they say.
The Sun | Putin’s scientists are using communist-era gravity machines ahead of manned mission to the moon between 2025 and 2045.
London Telegraph | Plastic crockery and cutlery is to be banned in France unless it is made from biologically sourced materials.
Truth Revolt | “The sky is the limit.”
Daily Mail | Plant owners insist there’s no risk.
Daily Mail | They account for around one per cent of the population and much of their success has been put down to dedication and perseverance.
Daily Mail | Imagine a person who can play tennis like Andy Murray, think like Professor Stephen Hawking and can live to 150 – all in a body that looks and feels like it belongs to a 40-year-old.
Michael Krieger | When Bruce Schneier writes a post titled, Someone Is Learning How to Take Down the Internet, you better listen.
Washington Examiner | In raw numbers, Live Action determined that the group’s 323,999 abortions in 2014 was an average of 1 every 97 seconds, 877 a day, and at a rate of 160 per every adoption referral.
Miami Herald | A contentious debate over aerial insecticide spraying to knock down mosquitoes carrying Zika virus raged again Wednesday morning in Miami Beach.
Anna Scanlon | Triclosan has benefits when combined with fluoride.
Heat Street | Robots dominated New York Fashion Week, but not all of them behaved themselves.
Truth Revolt | Uh oh!
Louder With Crowder | Well, well, well. Scientists. They’re, like, super unbiased. They only care about truth.
London Telegraph | This is the amusing reality of Facebook’s haphazard content control system.
Zero Hedge | Ever wonder how these folks convince themselves that the most pressing issue facing their entire nation is plastic spoons?
Sputnik | Distinguished research psychologist Robert Epstein explains the new study and reviews evidence that Google’s search suggestions are biased in favor of Hillary Clinton.
Daily Mail | AI is analysing human speech to allow it to converse in English and Chinese (and you can listen to the results).
Daily Mail | Firm has NOT ruled out a mystery object hitting it in ‘most difficult and complex failure we have ever had’.
AP | A billionaire Facebook co-founder says he is giving $20 million to help defeat Donald Trump.
Adan Salazar | Blood fluke that infects lungs of Malaysian turtles named Baracktrema obamai.
UK Express | FIRST there was Zika, and now it’s Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever – but how much do you know about the disease sweeping across Europe?
Politico | Republicans in Congress are barreling toward a September showdown with the White House over its plan to give up oversight of the internet.
RT | A person claiming to be the hacker responsible for leaking confidential materials from the Democratic Party told the Wall Street Journal that he is not connected to Russia and is angry that Moscow is getting all the credit for his actions.
Daily Mail | Dust-sized wireless sensors to be tested on humans in two years.
NBC Miami | Miami Beach city leaders are at odds with a scheduled aerial spraying of the insecticide Naled over a 1.5-square-mile infection zone.
Daily Mirror | It is unclear where the video originated from but it has been widely shared on Chinese social media.
London Independent | Can spot disease before symptoms are noticeable.
Anna Scanlon | Scientists have taken note that some pesticides on seed coating and soybean seeds are actually deadly for bees.
Daily Mail | ‘People will rearrange their lives to accommodate their addictions.’
AP | A record-tying earthquake in the edge of Oklahoma’s key energy-producing areas rattled the Midwest.
The Smoking Gun | While the FBI report does not state how Clinton knew the link in the suspect e-mail led to porn, it appears obvious that she clicked on the link.
Daily Mail | Climate change could be to blame.
Steve Watson | “It would be sweet justice to use their illegal profits and property for something good.”
LA Times | Already, Knightscope robots are edging into the private security industry, patrolling parking lots, a shopping center and corporate campuses in California.