Daily Mail | Professor submitted research paper TWO WEEKS before he died revealing how we can detect other universes and predicting the end of the world.
Zero Hedge | Social media companies are simply “surveillance companies” who engaged in a “successful deception” by rebranding themselves.
The Daily Sheeple | In 2010, it was found that roughly 100,000 Americans die each year from prescription drugs alone.
UK Mirror | More than 20,000 people have been tested on at the top secret lab which is concentrating on gas attack defences.
Daily Mail | Vladimir Putin has unveiled Russia’s plan to launch a series of missions to Mars.
Daily Mail | And upload your consciousness to the cloud – but you have to be EUTHANIZED first.
RT | Residents across Oklahoma and Texas were jostled from their daily routines after hearing a loud boom Tuesday afternoon.
Chris Menahan | So much for the theory humans are born as “blank slates.”
Daily Mail | Fears a major eruption is on the way after scientists detect a spate of tremors in the area.
Daily Mail | The ‘fourth emergency service’ will carry out search and rescue mission in conditions too dangerous for humans.
CNBC | Elon Musk held a surprise question and answer session at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas on Sunday.
American Mirror | Is Twitter censoring and attempting to suppress one of the post popular website on the Internet?
Daily Mail | Researchers say addiction to our devices stems from a desire for MORE personal connection.
Daily Caller | “Before me are some rocket ships. You haven’t seen that from this country in a long time.”
Mac Slavo | China’s first prototype station, Tiangong-1, will come crashing back to Earth between March 29 and April 9, experts say.
Washington Free Beacon | New policy warns of counterattacks against space attacks.
Daily Mail | Tighter security on internet-connected gadgets is promised by ministers today after fears that millions of us are being spied on in our homes.
CBS New York | Forget the idea of “seeing is believing.” New technology is making digital media manipulation easier than ever.
Daily Mail | The Pentagon is hoping to tap into the incredible survival techniques of some of nature’s hardiest creatures to ‘slow biological time’ on the battlefield.
RT | An asteroid bigger than the Golden Gate Bridge is careering toward Earth at breakneck speed. What’s even more alarming is that experts admit it’s “potentially hazardous” to our world.
CNBC | Elon Musk’s SpaceX launched its largest satellite ever into space on Tuesday, which was nearly the size of a bus.
Daily Mail | Seattle-based company says the new program will help people find packages.
Daily Mail | £180 Clips device that uses AI to automatically shoot intimate photos raises concerns it will ‘superpower surveillance’.
Daily Mail | Former Google chief Eric Schmidt believes AI technology is developing so quickly it may soon turn against its human masters.
Daily Mail | A wave of electrical activity in our brains called ‘spreading depression’ appears to mark the final moment before death, researchers have found.
Mac Slavo | The Canary island of La Palma has been rattled by another swarm of earthquakes.
The Guardian | Scientists suggest authoritarian attitudes may be partly rooted in biological urge to avoid catching diseases from unfamiliar people.
Daily Mail | According to a new study, conflicts as large as the WII occur on average every 205 years.
Daily Caller | A Texas, transitioning, teen transgender wrestler won her second state title Saturday, which sparked further concern among parents and competitors over the competition’s fairness.
Daily Mail | Future robots could kill humans in a ‘murderous’ rage if humans don’t take steps to stop them, a prominent futurist has claimed.
Zero Hedge | The era of hypersonic tech has arrived.
London Telegraph | At least a million more Britons should be put on antidepressants, the authors of the largest ever review of the drugs today conclude.
RT | Social media users found themselves in a brief moment of panic Thursday after Facebook outages were experienced across parts of the US, Europe and Asia.
Daily Mail | The clock is being buried 500 feet inside a mountain in the Sierra Diablo range.
Daily Mail | When robots become sentient we better hope they don’t see footage of a Boston Dynamics employee taunting the firm’s latest creation.
CNBC | They could use such AI to turn consumer drones and autonomous vehicles into potential weapons, for instance.
Daily Mail | A new robot created by Google reads your retinas to assess your risk of heart disease.
AFP | Trolling, impersonating, demonising: these are just some of the behaviours encouraged in a new online game.
Mac Slavo | The Ring of Fire appears to be awakening in the past few weeks. As deaths, injuries, and evacuations occur around the volatile area, new fears have arisen that the “big one” could occur any day now.
Daily Mail | Scientists have created the first ever human-sheep hybrids, paving the way for organs to be grown in animals which can be transplanted into humans.
Daily Mail | Iran could be secretly spying on millions of users in the US, UK and around the world.
RT | Billionaire investor George Soros says social media companies, particularly Facebook and Google, are becoming “obstacles to innovation” as they have become too powerful and should be broken up.
Mac Slavo | The father of artificial intelligence has sounded the alarm, and the clock is ticking down to the singularity.
The Guardian | Users of latest Chrome browser on Windows, Mac OS, Linux and Android will have some of most intrusive types of ads blocked automatically.
CNBC | Consuming more highly processed foods proportionately increases the risk of cancer, a study has suggested.
Mac Slavo | According to a group of seismologists who are monitoring the potentially catastrophic supervolcano, Yellowstone is “under strain.”
Daily Mail | Aliens could trigger apocalypse on Earth without even visiting our planet.
Mac Slavo | Scientists are all seemingly on the same page for once and declaring that the sun’s decreased output could fling Earth into a mini ice age.
Daily Mail | The robot takeover may be nearer than we think.
CNBC | New York Times print products may last another 10 years, says the company’s CEO, Mark Thompson.