Mac Slavo | The vanishing of insects around the globe is causing scientists to issue and “ecological armageddon” warning.
Daily Mail | Scientists discover the mind still works after the body shows no sign of life and reveal people have heard their own death announced by medics.
RT | The furore surrounding the solar system’s theoretical ‘Planet 9’ reached new heights after a University of Michigan researcher discovered evidence that may shed light on the existence of the elusive world beyond Neptune.
Daily Mail | Expert warns poor decision-making by AI could lead to a ‘toxic’ future for humanity.
Mac Slavo | An outbreak of the plague in Madagascar is spreading at an unprecedented rate.
The Daily Sheeple | The future of burrito delivery has arrived in Australia. Google drones will soon be able to drop burritos into the yards of customers in the land down under.
Daily Mail | Google and Apple have promised to update the software that caused severe flaws in Wi-Fi home technology networks, leading to one of the biggest security scares of the year.
Mac Slavo | Whistleblower Joe Rannazzisi is telling all when it comes to placing blame for the nation’s opioid crisis.
Mac Slavo | The security protocol used to protect the vast majority of WiFi connections has been broken.
London Telegraph | Every Wi-Fi connection is potentially vulnerable to an unprecedented security flaw that allows hackers to snoop on internet traffic, researchers have revealed.
Zero Hedge | Companies in Scandinavia and the US have already embraced microchipping as a way to make the office experience more seamless by allowing employees to easily unlock doors or pay for food in the cafeteria.
Daily Mail | It has been widely debated among the science community for years, but now Nasa claims that Planet Nine does exist.
CNET | Asteroid 2012 TC4 doesn’t have a very memorable name, but it might leave quite an impression years from now.
Daily Caller | An audio recording of the high-pitched sound that American intelligence officials believe caused U.S. diplomats in Cuba brain damage was released Thursday afternoon.
RT | YouTube’s curation team are able to promote even non-trending videos on the platform by “using some kind of intervention” into algorithms controlling the website.
Zero Hedge | A supervolcano that should it erupt could cause potentially hundreds of thousands of deaths.
Daily Mail | The elusive ‘missing’ half of the universe’s observable matter has been found by two teams of astronomers in a world first.
London Guardian | Chief executive of World Olympians Association makes implant suggestion.
Daily Mail | As ‘safer’ autonomous vehicles hit the road, expert claims.
The Daily Sheeple | Sounds like vampiric science fiction.
The Hill | Twitter took down a campaign ad from Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) that referenced “baby body parts,” the congresswoman’s campaign said on Monday.
Breitbart | The California hepatitis A outbreak is on the verge of reaching statewide epidemic status, as cases have spread through homeless tent cities from San Diego north to Sacramento.
RT | South Korea says it has developed technologies to produce graphite bombs capable of paralyzing North Korea’s power supply in case of war, Yonhap news agency reports, citing military officials.
Louder With Crowder | If you’ve been alive for the past ten years, you’ve likely noticed the surge in trannyness.
AP | When Tropical Storm Nate formed Thursday and forecasts put New Orleans in its projected path, one big question loomed for residents and business owners: Will the pumps work?
RT | An executive at US automaker General Motors has panned claims by billionaire businessman Elon Musk that future Tesla vehicles will be fully self-driving.
Sputnik | WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is looking for a cryptographic alternative to Twitter as the service as images he posted were censored as possibly containing sensitive material.
Daily Mail | An earthquake swarm at Yellowstone is now one of the biggest ever, with 2,475 tremors recorded since it began in in June.
Mac Slavo | Known as the “Great Dying,” hardly any species survived the Great Permian Mass Extinction event. And now, scientists have made a scientific breakthrough about what actually triggered this event.
Michael Snyder | Should parents that don’t vaccinate their children be locked away in prison?
Daily Mail | In some cases, the levels in the groundwater were as much as 10 times higher than levels in the seawater in the harbour around Fukushima itself.
RT | RT has released the first-ever 360-degree footage shot by man in outer space, putting viewers in the shoes of two Russian cosmonauts launching nanosatellites from outside the International Space Station (ISS).
Mac Slavo | On October 12, an asteroid the size of a house will barely miss earth as it skims by at a distance of 27,000 miles.
Daily Mail | They allow us to communicate and access data almost instantaneously, but smartphones could be dampening our moods.
RT | People who watch terrorist propaganda online could face up to 15 years behind bars, Home Secretary Amber Rudd has announced, in a move designed to tighten laws tackling radicalization.
Daily Mail | No one believes God exists because it is a ‘preposterous’ idea, according to Graham Lawton, author of a new book on the human existence.
Sputnik | “A defense that does not rely on robotics will have little credibility 15 years from now.”
Zero Hedge | Maybe Elon Musk had a point…
Mac Slavo | Imagine how much chaos would ensue.
Louder With Crowder | You know those viral videos of paint being evenly spread on a tile, leaving you feeling oh so satisfied?
London Telegraph | Apple has said children should not use the new iPhone’s facial recognition technology, saying faces of under-13s could be too similar to each other to protect phones from intruders.
Daily Mirror | Travellers are unable to check in for their flights with a number of major airlines, causing delays and long queues.
Newsbusters | The Associated Press announced Monday that they were developing a new global fact-checking team, headed by no other than the editor of The Huffington Post’s breaking news section.
Sky News | Authorities declare an emergency on Ambae island after a recent increase in activity raises fears of an imminent disaster.
Activist Post | A new study has found that prenatal exposure to fluoride may contribute to lower IQ in children.
Daily Mail | The first colonists on the moon and Mars could live in underground caves created by volcanic activity, according to new research.
Louder With Crowder | We can file this one under “most unsurprising story of the week”
The Hill | Apple is poised to “give an unproven biometric security technology its biggest field test yet.”
London Independent | Many people have location tracking on in the company’s app.
Daily Mail | For half a century, astronomers have been unable to find the source of the most energetic rays in our universe.