Julie Fidler | First it showed up in China, then Denmark and now it has reared its ugly head in the United Kingdom.
UK Express | ENTREPRENEUR Josh Bocanegra says his new company Humai area aiming to bring the dead back to life.
Daily Mail | In the fight against ‘wicked’ problems, computers may be humans’ best allies.
AFP | The world is beset by extreme weather events as it welcomes 2016.
Daily Caller | “Can’t explain the warming from 1910-1945 or the mid-century grand hiatus.”
Alexandra Preston | Plus 5 alternative pain solutions.
ABC News | Here’s one way to end the year on a bright note.
Press Trust of India | Contagious cancers may not be as rare as thought.
LA Weekly | Southern California does get real weather. Sometimes.
Daily Caller | “This is a devastating indictment of climate model performance.”
Computer World | Artificial intelligence is coming to a messaging app near you.
Christina Sarich | Despite the people wanting more transparency.
Washington Post | Gadgets can be taken over by nefarious agents of all kinds.
Press Association | The world’s first website went live 25 years ago today.
The Verge | Eric Schmidt has long been a prominent supporter of research and investment into artificial intelligence.
Julie Fidler | Don’t you want to know where meat is from?
accuweather.com | Any hopes of a white Christmas that the weekend chill brought will be dashed.
London Telegraph | Imperial College London has found that two networks of genes determine whether people are intelligent or not so bright.
The Daily Sheeple | “This means that Earth’s climate sensitivity to carbon dioxide—or atmospheric carbon dioxide’s capacity to affect temperature change—has been underestimated, according to the study.”
Breitbart | NOAA has been cherry-picking its raw data.
London Telegraph | Obese people who regularly exercise are far more likely to die early, compared with slim people who take little or no exercise, research suggests.
Christina Sarich | The Dow Chemical Company is ranked the second largest toxic waste producer in the United States.
Washington Post | After this chilly weekend, the Eastern U.S. will turn warm again.
Yahoo News | NASA has released a stunning new high-resolution ‘Earthrise’ image captured by its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO).
Christina Sarich | This is a huge victory!
Daily Caller | “The majority of weather stations used by NOAA to detect climate change temperature signal have been compromised.”
Julie Fidler | Still found in many milk products?
CBS 4 | The biggest winter storm to hit Denver so far this season has also broken a daily snowfall record for the city.
Mike Barrett | While promoting locally-grown, fresh farm food.
New American | “Climate change has become one of the gravest challenges humanity is facing,” Putin said in his remarks.
STAT | If you’re running for president now, and you’re on the older side, just know that you might be hastening your end.
ResearchGate | Researchers came to their conclusion after reviewing data from the outcomes of 145,456 pregnancies.
Michael Snyder | Since the end of the summer, America has been hit with a truly unusual series of natural disasters.
Natural Society | Monsanto has come up with a new method of destruction.
London Telegraph | Internet giant has held five meetings with the Department for Transport in the last two years, documents obtained by the Telegraph show.
Michael Krieger | As technology generally continues to advance, one thing you can be sure of is the criminal justice system’s use of innovative new “tools” will grow exponentially.
Washington Post | It’s a big, dark presence at the farthest reaches of our solar system.
Washington’s Blog | 100% of the total spent fuel was released to the atmosphere from unit 4.
Prison Planet.com | We have seen an epidemic of epilectic seizures as adverse reactions to vaccines given to infants.
London Telegraph | Google and Nasa have been working on a lightning-fast quantum computer that is 3,600 times faster than a supercomputer at solving complex problems.
New American | Michigan State University (MSU) sociologists asked 1,600 adults to read mocked up articles favoring and criticizing the global-warming meme.
London Telegraph | According to a new study of 100,000 consumers, mobile technology is expected to be replaced by artificial intelligence.
Christian Sarich | What happened to stricter protocols?
Wall St Journal | Stephen Witt, author of “How Music Got Free,” imagines a future where algorithms replace albums, Frank Sinatra has new hits, and the DJ always plays your favorite song.
Christina Sarich | While selling it back at inflated costs.
Reuters | The White House is urging Silicon Valley to help address the threat.
JULIE FIDLER | Is this the start of an epidemic of untreatable infections?
CNBC | Will robots soon be able to teach themselves … everything?
Julie Fidler | While being found in children’s urine.
Daily Mail | New report warns military has ‘failed to keep pace’ with China and Russia in electromagnetic warfare.