Anthony Watts | The weekend ratings are out, and they aren’t good news for Leonardo DiCaprio’s Global Warming Epic ‘Before the Flood‘
RT | “The list of where the hospitals are, or geographic data … it’s part of our critical infrastructure, it could be attacked.”
CNS News | The problem is that DiCaprio himself is one of those “big polluters.”
Michael Krieger | ‘It’s not about emails; it’s about public communication by a woman’
The Sun | Russians investing heavily in military just weeks after rustbucket aircraft carrier was mocked as it steamed through English Channel.
Daily Caller | WikiLeaks has continued to reveal Schmidt’s cozy relationship with the Clinton campaign.
RT | The future of warfare involves increased use of robots, but putting a non-human in control of a nuclear arsenal is a scary scenario, believes Dmitry Rogozin, the deputy PM in charge of the Russian defense industry.
Daily Mail | Researchers say dumping bodies into space could trigger new forms of life.
Louder With Crowder | A troubling rise in chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis rates, with cases reaching an all-time high in 2015.
Daily Mail | As entertainment firms fight to stay ahead of virtual and augmented reality systems, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is keeping tabs on hallucinogenic drugs.
RT | The number of wild animals on Earth could fall by more than two-thirds in the 50 years to 2020.
Sputnik | Russia has long opposed the militarization of space. If the United States keeps ignoring Moscow’s calls on the issue the risk of a military confrontation in space could significantly increase.
London Independent | Scientists have heard hugely unusual messages from deep in space that they think are coming from aliens.
Julie Fidler | Regulatory officials weren’t notified for 1 full day.
Louder With Crowder | Abortion is always wrong. Like, always.
Daily Mail | Terrifying Satan 2 missile.
Daily Caller | The UK government gave $11 million dollars to the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP) in exchange for research that the organization reportedly never actually did.
Washington Free Beacon | Lenovo seeking access to classified Pentagon networks, J-2 report says.
CNS News | Today marks the completion of a record-breaking 11 years without a major hurricane striking the U.S. mainland, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
RT | “Shut Down The Internet; We’ll Shut Down Your Communications!” read the tweet posted by Anonymous on Sunday night.
Daily Mail | The idea of implanting brain chips into people to give them superhuman memory might sound like the plot of the latest science fiction film.
NY Post | Tesla cars don’t kill people — journalists do.
Julie Fidler | Specific brain sections which activate parental instincts affected.
Daily Mail | Professor Stephen Hawking has warned that artificial intelligence could develop a will of its own that is in conflict with that of humanity.
Mac Slavo | This story is downright weird.
Business Insider | The future of transport and tourism may well involve not going anywhere.
Daily Mail | Forty years ago, two landers in a Martian experiment known as the Viking Labeled Release produced positive evidence for microbial life on the red planet.
CNS News | In celebration of Down Syndrome Awareness Month, National Right to Life is distributing stories from parents who are sharing the blessing of choosing life for their children with the genetic disorder.
Daily Mirror | Non-human hacks will be rolled out to cover sports, football and elections at the Press Association.
Daily Mail | Map reveals Minnesota is worst hit by blasts that can knock out power for millions.
Julie Fidler | Another study shows antidepressant-suicide link.
Daily Mail | An almost limitless supply of clean energy has been brought one step closer to reality after a team in the US set a new record for nuclear fusion.
London Independent | Campaigners say the new agreement is ‘equal to stopping the entire world’s fossil fuel CO2 emissions for more than two years’.
Daily Mail | Russian officials have unveiled a ‘microwave gun’ that can disable an unmanned drone and even a missile from up to 0.6 miles (1km) away.
Investors.com | Chicago mayor and Clinton crony Rahm Emanuel famously said to never let a crisis go to waste in politics.
Daily Mail | A real-life cyborg has revealed how he can hack security doors with just a wave of his hand after having chips implanted under his skin.
Reuters | Alibaba Group Holdings’ finance arm on Wednesday demonstrated a payment service that will allow virtual reality shoppers to pay for things in future just by nodding their heads.
Julie Fidler | A species of bumblebee might be next.
Daily Mail | ‘Asgardia’ will defend the Earth against deadly attacks from asteroids – and now you can sign up to be a citizen.
Truth Revolt | “I know my life would have been much happier”
Business Insider | Advances in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) are going to completely change how we live and work but the UK government is totally unprepared, MPs have warned.
Space.com | The latest secretive mission of the United States Air Force’s X-37B space plane has cruised beyond 500 days in Earth orbit since its launch last year.
RT | Humans could be heading to Mars as early as the 2030s, but the astronauts may not remember much of their trip.
CBS News | What happens when Charlie Rose attempts to interview a robot named “Sophia” for his 60 Minutes report on artificial intelligence.
RT | Cholera outbreaks have contributed to the dire situation.
Reuters | Reuters on Tuesday reported that the Yahoo program was in response to a classified U.S. government request to scan emails belonging to hundreds of millions of Yahoo users.
Michael Snyder | The worst storm to hit the United States since Hurricane Katrina is expected to slam into the east coast on Friday.
Michael Krieger | “Broader public opinion” is entirely irrelevant in this case.
London Independent | Many of the world’s richest and most powerful people, including Elon Musk and Bank of America, think that we live in a simulation of the real world.
Space.com | The more scientists learn about “Tabby’s Star,” the more mysterious the bizarre object gets.