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Business Insider | If you’re worried about the NSA listening in on your smartphone, Silent Circle’s “Blackphone” may be the last best hope.

Christina Sarich | Wait – wasn’t the point of making genetically modified crops to make them pest resistant?

Elizabeth Renter | A “rapidly mutating” virus has made the leap from plants to honeybees.

Prison Planet.com | Apiculturist and Researcher Marcus Hill discusses new research that has produced a genetically manipulated honeybee.

wired.co.uk | Clothing reveals how much wearer is revealing.

Eco Watch | Thyroid cancer rates among nearby children have skyrocketed to more than forty times (40x) normal.

Elizabeth Renter | There’s really nothing more vicious in the animal kingdom than a mother whose young are threatened.

Christina Sarich | With pressure from Food Babe and her followers, brewing company Anheuser-Busch has agreed to publish all ingredients for their products online in an act of unprecedented transparency.

Michael Krieger | Some of the same chemicals found in the pigs’ semen storage bags are routinely used in packaging food for humans and are known to migrate into food.

Mac Slavo | Amid the tense security situation created by thousands of illegal immigrants compromising the southern border of the United States, Mexican officials say that a radioactive device has been stolen from a government research facility.

Prison Planet.com | Alex welcomes biomedical research pioneer and author, Dr. Joel Wallach, to speak on his latest book, Epigenetics: The Death of the Genetic Theory of Disease Transmission, which discusses the relationships between nutrition, genetics and disease.

Elizabeth Renter | It’s one of the most controversial diagnoses of our time.

London Independent | The extinct influenza virus that caused the worst flu pandemic in history has been recreated from fragments of avian flu found in wild ducks.

Prison Planet.com | Alex welcomes Vani Hari to the show. Hari is an organic food activist who is investigating beer ingredients and has launched a petition at FoodBabe.com to make the ingredients public.

Ars Technica | New state law forbids private collection; “We are prepared to defend the law.”

Jon Rappoport | Look at it this way. The kid doesn’t have to pay for drugs out of his pocket. He gets them in a shrink’s office. Insurance covers it.

The Atlantic | So what happens when computers catch up to us?

Prison Planet.com | Alex is joined in Studio by World traveller, philanthropist and former Austin City Council member George Humphrey in studio to break down the current state of the world and humanity.

International Business Times | A great white shark measuring nine foot (2.7m) that was “savagely devoured” by a mystery creature off Australia’s coast has become the topic of a documentary.

Elizabeth Renter | You’re right to be concerned about the effects of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster of 2011 and beyond.

Christina Sarich | Merck, GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi Pasteur, and Novartis all still manufacture vaccines, which contain mercury, or thimerosal.

Daily Mail | Researchers have been able to monitor memories in near real time to see what a person is thinking.

Space.com | A new-found huge asteroid, nicknamed “The Beast,” is expected zoom by Earth this weekend.

New American | “At least 2.9 million Americans who signed up for Medicaid coverage as part of the health care overhaul have not had their applications processed, with some paperwork sitting in queues since last fall.”

Christina Sarich | This decision will result in a complete stall of all supply and sale of GM seeds in Pakistan, especially those which are altered with high pesticide and herbicide resistance.

Paul Fassa | Very few know what has been hidden from public view regarding CDC lies, cover-ups, and congressional investigation.

Paul Steinhardt | Premature hype over gravitational waves highlights gaping holes in models for the origins and evolution of the Universe, argues Paul Steinhardt.

Elizabeth Renter | Over 90% of the crop varieties grown a century ago are no longer used in this country.

UK Daily Mail | From changing a light bulb to cooking dinner, there are numerous times where an extra pair of hands would come in useful.

Prison Planet.com | John Rappoprt and Alex Jones discuss the issues behind new power regulations and the overarching effort to ban coal.

RT | A humungous Earth-like planet found by US astronomers has changed the perception of planet formation.

New American | The Obama administration has thrown down its latest gauntlet in its “War on Coal.”

Ars Technica | Changes in these regions of the genes are otherwise very rare.

RT | NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) has captured rare footage of a coronal mass ejection (CME), or eruption of solar material, surging off the sun.

Christina Sarich | A groundbreaking documentary film is coming your way. It isn’t a film that you would likely see from the Hollywood mill.

UK Daily Mail | A mission to Mars is something that many have been hoping for ever since the last explorers left the surface of the moon.

Post Periodical | The Draganflyer X6 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles were received Thursday, according to the LAPD.

Tech Dirt | The USA Freedom Act — which had been the “good” bill to reform some of the NSA’s domestic spying activities — was completely watered down right before it passed the House.

Prison Planet.com | Alex Jones and Dr Edward Group discuss the extreme benefits of nascent iodine for the body and why you need it.

CNet | Seven test pilots demonstrate an X-Men-like ability to steer an airplane through a flight simulation with surprising accuracy.

RT | The Pentagon’s research arm has introduced a new unmanned drone with secure software that protects the control and navigation functions of the aircraft from a systems hack.

London Guardian | Exit adds ‘suicide due to old age’ to its statutes, giving people suffering from age-related problems the choice to end their life.

Natural News | Standard Gardasil ingredients a much bigger threat than glass shards.

CNet | Knife- and gunshot-wound victims will be placed in suspended animation as the first human trials begin on this emergency life-saving technique.

Washington Times | Urgent Obama call can funnel funds to projects.

UK Daily Mail | A near collision between a passenger plane and an unregistered drone at Perth Airport has left investigators baffled, it emerged today.

Natural News | Harvard and Yale epidemiologists show a 20 percent risk of viral pandemic in next 10 years.

London Guardian | The particles, a blend of inorganic semiconductors and organic proteins, are designed not to advance a machine race but rather to create biofuels.

James Delingpole | The author of a much-quoted 1975 Newsweek article predicting catastrophic global cooling now says it was a big mistake and the earth was warming all along.

CNS News | Although it was hot that day, he was off the mark.

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