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Daily Mail | Sir Richard Branson is set to order 10 supersonic jets, which the manufacturer claims will herald a new era of ‘affordable’ supersonic travel.

Truth Revolt | “The scream of this child was so traumatic the personnel declared they will never forget it.”

Daily Mail | Superflares erupting from the star could destroy our atmosphere, astronomers warn.

Christina Sarich | Concerns arise over drug safety and conflicts of interest.

New American | Theoretically, therefore, if catastrophic meteorological events resulted from the natural global warming, then similar events will result from so-called man-made global warming.

Sputnik | Social media platforms such as Facebook are having a “chilling effect” on the everyday behavior of young people.

Christina Sarich | Will pollinating bees soon be extinct?

London Telegraph | Human encounters with country’s 29,000 elephants are on the increase as their habitat disappears.

Julie Fidler | France gets it when it comes to pesticides.

Julie Fidler | There are easier, safer ways to avoid pigging out.

AP | Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg held a rare meeting with China’s propaganda chief, at a time when Chinese authorities are tightening control over their cyberspace.

NZ Herald | Domino’s says it’s working with the Government on a plan to permit robot pizza delivery to hungry New Zealanders.

UK Express | SCIENTISTS are one step closer to cloning dinosaurs after the discovering the remains of a Tyrannosaurus rex that was pregnant when it died.

Mac Slavo | As populations grow into cities across the globe, and increasing majority of people will live in urban areas – places which quickly become very desperate and vulnerable during a major crisis.

CNBC | Meet Sophia. Hanson Robotics human-like robot that may embody the androids of our future.

Julie Fidler | A new way to help make trash disappear?

Fast Company | Self-driving safety features are getting more common in affordable cars, reports the Wall Street Journal.

The Hill | The hacking group Anonymous is urging its followers to launch a barrage of cyberattacks on April 1 to take down Donald Trump’s websites.

Michael Snyder | Less than 5 percent of the world’s population lives in this country, and yet we buy four-fifths of these highly addictive drugs.

London Guardian | Spurred on by Apple’s battles against the FBI, some of tech’s biggest names are to expand encryption of user data in their services, the Guardian can reveal.

CNS News | At the board meeting, the U.S. government formalized its pledge of $3 billion, the GCF said in a statement.

JULIE FIDLER | But the mosquitoes aren’t really the ‘silver bullet’.

AFP | Some fear the fast pace of development could finally leave humans outwitted by our own inventions.

Washington Post | The BOSS is big. Really big. Yuuuuuge.

Business Insider | Some 36% of people think the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) poses a threat to the long term survival of humanity.

Mac Slavo | The weather patterns have become cruel and extreme.

Daily Mail | Large Hadron Collider results hint at bizarre new particle that doesn’t fit with laws of physics.

London Independent | World Health Organistaion says use of drugs to treat children is concerning.

The Daily Sheeple | Just one week after this web site broke news of Fukushima radiation in fish & seafood, California officials have cancelled commercial crab season “indefinitely” citing “protection of the public health.”

Christina Sarich | Time to get a healthy amount of sun!

Truth Revolt | NOAA suppressing data.

New American | The adjusted data set in question comes from Remote Sensing Systems (RSS).

CBS News | Allows users to rate other users in three categories: personal, professional, and romantic.

Julie Fidler | But not everyone is happy with the outcome.

Real Science | The earlier data showed as much pre-1979 cooling as the post-1979 warming.

BBC News | Driverless lorries are to be trialled in the UK, Chancellor George Osborne is expected to confirm in his Budget speech this month.

Michael Snyder | If you live in the Pacific Northwest, you have probably already heard of the Cascadia Subduction Zone.

Barbara Minton | J&J to pay $72 million for cancer death linked to talcum powder.

Popular Mechanics | Coming soon to Spaceport America: Google’s newest secretive project.

London Independent | The paper’s perceived references to intelligent design have provoked anger and calls for a boycott of the journal.

London Independent | Astronomers aren’t sure what is causing the mysterious sounds, only 17 of which have ever been heard.

London Independent | The words ‘No Step’ on the debris show it could be the tail end of a plane.

Christina Sarich | Chemical safety bill adds dirty protection.

EAG News | A New Jersey mother is demanding answers on how antidepressants got into her daughter cereal at Swimming River Elementary School, and why officials dragged their feet to investigate.

Washington Post | “What [the Maryland Transit Administration] is doing is a mass surveillance.”

mrctv | Ironically, all of the CDC’s outbreak warnings on its homepage are currently for items on the so-called “healthy” foods list.

Christina Sarich | Agency Now Officially Owned by Big Pharma.

RT | The threat of weapons of mass destruction falling into the hands of non-government groups is widely recognized, the Russian Foreign Minister said.

Business Insider | One of Google’s self-driving cars hit a bus in Mountain View earlier this month, marking the first accident in which one of the company’s robotic vehicles appears to be have been at fault.

Speisa | It’s only a matter of time before we find life in space, says astrophysicist Brian Schmidt, who in 2011 won the Nobel Prize in physics.

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