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Economic Times of India | “What was the reason for the melting of the glaciers in the Gondwana period long before man arrived on the planet?”

Daily Mail.co.uk | The daily high on Mars was 17.6 F, while most of the northern U.S. plunged into the single digits.

Washington Times | The Hollywood hack attack revealed the need to upgrade cybersecurity.

NASA | Star exploded for unknown reasons in 1840s.

My Fox NY | Storm could trigger false alarms on security systems and cause problems with GPS systems.

Dina Rickman | Selfie-obsessed men had more psychopathic traits and self-objectified.

The Intercept | FBI expected to reveal more details about how they determined North Korea was behind the Sony breach…

RT | Whistleblower bazaar.

The Independent | Specially bred herd of Nazi-engineered cows turned out to be very aggressive…

BBC | Latest trial involves 72 volunteers aged 18-50…

RT | At least 20 times the size of the Chelyabinsk meteorite

Daily Mail | He was born weighing less than a bag of sugar and smaller than his father’s hand.

London Guardian | A growing number of scientists are suggesting that depression is a result of inflammation caused by the body’s immune system.

Christina Sarich | Could this be the answer to self-sustainability?

Anthony Gucciardi | And here is where you can find it.

Venture Beat | Researchers have come up with a new way to teach robots how to use tools simply by watching videos on YouTube.

Washington Post | Federal regulators looking to place restrictions on Internet providers will introduce and vote on new proposed net neutrality rules in February.

Christina Sarich | Just a few of many startling findings.

Christina Sarich | An excuse for weather modification programs?

RT | The Central Intelligence Agency has admitted that it was responsible for at least half of reported UFO sightings in the middle of the last century.

London Independent | Findings suggest that it may be difficult for individuals to significantly reduce their risk of developing cancer.

Prison Planet.com | Rob Dew reports on Congress looking to making all GMO labelling illegal.

ABC News | Federal authorities predict even more private and potentially embarrassing information from inside Sony Pictures could be made public.

London Independent | ‘You can’t put infinity into something that’s finite’

Mac Slavo | If you think the biometric security on your phone or front door are enough to keep your personal information or belongings safe, think again.

Anthony Gucciardi | A whole new sector of disturbing factory farm activity.

Anthony Gucciardi | 2014 was an exciting year for the natural health movement.

Politico | Research points to laid-off Sony staff, not North Korea.

UK Daily Mail | Lowest crash rate since the first commercial jet airliner took off in 1949.

London Observer | Pontiff hopes to inspire action at next year’s UN meeting in Paris in December after visits to Philippines and New York.

Christina Sarich | Organic Farmers Suffer.

London Telegraph | Experts contradict FBI assertion that North Korea hacked into Sony, as one analyst points finger at disgruntled employee.

USA TODAY | If all you want for Christmas is some online video gaming, you may feel like you got coal in your stocking.

Anthony Gucciardi | It Will be a Historical Year.

UK Daily Express | THE North and South Poles are “not melting”, according to a leading global warming expert.

RIA Novosti | The Ebola outbreak may last until the end of 2015.

Mike Barrett | Secrets to a long, healthy life.

New American | The European Commission, under the leadership of its new president, Jean-Claude Juncker, is continuing the suicidal “climate change” policies of his predecessor.

Jon Rappoport | If Monsanto, its allies, and dupes have their way, this is what is going to happen.

Christina Sarich | Is being ‘too fat’ a Disability?

CBS SF Bay Area | California communities suffering from extreme drought could soon get help from an unlikely source — unmanned aerial vehicles, a.k.a. drones.

London Guardian | A fifth of educational psychologists say they know of children being given medication despite guidelines advising against it.

Christina Sarich | Earthquakes and tsunamis can’t beat Japan.

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.

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