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London Telegraph | Scientists have developed the gadget that can be inserted into packets of perishable foods.

Prison Planet.com | A senior American officer has said he is considering shrinking the size of the Army’s brigade combat teams.

Natural News | TEPCO and the Japanese government knew about elevated radiation, but didn’t bother to tell the public.

uk.ign.com | The content creators were allegedly instructed not to mention their involvement in the agreement.

Elizabeth Renter | Cereal giant General Mills announced the company’s original Cheerios, would be GMO-free.

Natural News | TEPCO and the Japanese government knew about elevated radiation, but didn’t bother to tell the public.

Jon Rappoport | Remember a researcher named Gilles-Eric Seralini, his 2012 GMO study, and the controversy that swirled around it?

Elizabeth Renter | For the most part, cattle in America are seen not as animals or living, breathing entities, but as commodities.

Christina Sarich | Hawaii is a unique place.

Natural News | The radioactive plume from Fukushima is indeed reaching the shores of Canada and the United States.

Prison Planet.com | Alex speaks with expert weather forecaster Piers Corbin.

LiveScience | The number of Americans who believe global warming isn’t happening has risen to 23 percent, up 7 percentage points since April 2013.

Natural News | Contaminated rivers also sending deadly radiation into lakes, water reservoirs.

Prison Planet.com | Anthony Gucciardi speaks with Dr Edward Group.

Prison Planet.com | Activists in California from Stopsmartmeters.org confronted Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler.

RT | Biotech titan Monsanto has made significant advances in the development of herbicide-tolerant wheat.

RT | A World Wide Web for robots just got more real.

Elizabeth Renter | If you’re a reader, you know how a book can transport you to another world or make you think about things in ways you hadn’t before.

Boing Boing | This incredible video shot at Izatys Resort at Mille Lacs Lake, Minnesota shows an “ice shove.”

RT | Fish with deadly levels of radioactive cesium have been caught just off the coast of Fukushima prefecture.

RT | The US Supreme Court upheld biotech giant Monsanto’s claims on genetically-engineered seed patents.

Cryptogon.com | A black skull-grabbing piece of plastic called the “Spider Claw 3000,” which you print out on a 3-D printer.

UK Daily Mail | The BBC has spent tens of thousands of pounds over six years trying to keep secret an extraordinary ‘eco’ conference which has shaped its coverage of global warming.

Natural News | Fallout from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster from two and a half years ago continues to silently impact health and safety around the world.

Business Insider | The buttons had risen up out of seemingly nowhere.

Christina Sarich | why should they?

RT | A team of nuclear scientists in Japan plan to deliberately melt a nuclear fuel rod to model the meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear plant.

Natural News | Fukushima still spewing the same types of radiation that harmed Navy crew members.

ABC News | Just as we Earthlings were trying to adjust to the polar vortex, now comes a CME from the Sun.

Wired | BMW makes the Ultimate Driving Machine, and now it’s made the Ultimate Drifting Machine.

Natural News | Leaders believe that it’s time to evacuate the city of Koriyama.

Elizabeth Renter | Monsanto would have you believe that their seeds cause no risk to modern agriculture.

Breitbart | When a team loses more than it wins, you can’t fire all the players, but you can fire the coach.

news.com.au | IT WAS supposed to be a simple vaccine against swine flu, but since she had it, Chloe Glasson’s life has been like a bad dream.

Natural News | Pacific sea life’s recent surge toward extinction.

NBC Chicago | -15 recorded at O’Hare at 7 a.m. breaks existing low set on this date in 1894 and 1988.

Jon Rappoport | “What if…” sets up a kind of parallel universe, in which things are quite different.

Elizabeth Renter | Before the holidays, lawmakers in Brazil were poised to approve genetically-modified seeds known as “suicide seeds”, or Terminator technology.

ABC News | More than 800,000 Minnesota students will not be going to school Monday.

Prison Planet.com | DoD plans include drone-bombs that can hunt in ‘swarms’ from a mothership.

Zero Hedge | It’s that cold.

Washington Examiner | MSNBC’s Chris Hayes is tired of conservatives snarking about global warming every time it gets cold.

London Independent | Six-minute short film introduces us to the D Wave quantum computer housed by Nasa.

RT | Japanese scientists have been successful in moving an object in a three-dimensional space through a complex system of acoustic levitation.

Natural News | Oral cholera vaccine developed using brain-damaging mercury.

newsbusters.org | A group of climate change scientists were rescued by helicopter Jan. 2, after being stranded in the ice since Christmas morning.

Mark Dice | Mark Dice analyses the latest Snowden NSA leak.

RT | A “warm Neptune” and a super-Earth.

thebackbencher.co.uk | Social Media service Skype has been hacked by a group which calls itself the ‘Syrian Electronic Army’ (SEA).

Jordan D. Metzl | We have that drug today, and it’s safe, free, and readily available.

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