UK Daily Mail | Despite Al Gore’s prediction it would be ICE-FREE by now.
Christina Sarich Farmers in the city of Tamura, Fukushima Prefecture, have begun planting rice in a district previously designated as a ‘no-plant zone’ due to of radioactive fallout.
3ders.org | In Minnesota, contractor Andrey Rudenko is currently working on a project of gargantuan proportions.
Christina Sarich | Not all corporations are corrupt – as hard as that may be to believe in these interesting times.
Jon Rappoport | You want a perfect example of how mainstream media covers up the truth and endangers lives? Here it is.
Ars Technica | Judge rules that such disclosure “could greatly harm a criminal investigation.”
Paul Joseph Watson | “Basic Safety Message” to broadcast GPS signal.
Breitbart | 68 percent of Democrats believe that global climate change is a major threat to the United States.
Sydney Morning Herald | A Queensland farm on the Darling Downs has become the unlikely testing ground of one of the most technologically advanced Google projects.
Business Insider | The Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland began erupting just a few minutes after midnight on Friday, local time, the Icelandic Met Office said.
Washington’s Blog | Fukushima Radiation Has Spread Worldwide.
Reuters | Rumblings at Iceland’s largest volcano system for about a week have raised worries.
CBS SF Bay Area | “earthquake lights” reported.
Jon Rappoport | William Thompson, the CDC whistleblower, has yet to step into the light and make a full and definitive statement about the CDC concealing MMR-vaccine dangers.
Washington’s Blog | Is Modern Life Making Us Dumber?
Ars Technica | Governor signs bill that would give owners a way to remotely wipe their phones.
Jon Rappoport | Here’s a clue: victory doesn’t look like a trickle of hidden data occasionally seeping out of a cavern.
Christina Sarich | Activists against GMOs just might take down the biotech giants after all. GMO labeling could soon be a sweet reality.
phys.org | The information is being translated and stored in a robot-friendly format that robots will be able to draw on when they need it.
Paul Fassa | There’s been a lot of news about a hidden CDC insider whistle blower who had hidden his identity until now.
Christina Sarich | Will it take a civil wrongful death suit to take down the biotech giant Monsanto, or will it require a criminal murder trial?
Waking Times | New evidence has linked fluoride and other chemicals to brain disorders.
Zen Gardner | There has been much speculation about what could be achieved in the area of human brain-to-brain transfer of information.
Lizzie Bennett | We have all heard of city killer asteroids, we have all seen the disaster movies of the impact, but few of us have any idea just what an asteroid bearing down on us would look like.
Daily Caller | The current “pause” in global warming that has baffled climate scientists could last at least another decade because of oceanic cooling cycles, according to a new report.
Steve Watson | Machines easily defeated in several tests.
Christina Sarich | A GM rice trial on University students in China has led to an incidence rate of acute leukemia of up to 3 times the normal rate in the country.
Breitbart | Thirty states plus the District of Columbia have sought the Center for Disease Control’s help identifying potential cases of Ebola.
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?
Jon Rappoport | US Congressman stonewalled by the CDC.
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.