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London Telegraph | Half of young people said they have so many emotional problems they cannot focus at school, a study has found.

London Independent | Activists believe Mr Tillerson’s testimony could be crucial to revealing what the industry knew – and when.

LA Times | California was bracing for an epic series of storms this weekend that could bring flooding, avalanches, blizzards and road closures.

Mac Slavo | Though it seems like science fiction, it is, in fact, based in reality.

RT | The Hanford Site plant in Washington hasn’t been operational since 1967, but continues to spread radioactive waste, with a demolition date earmarked as late as 2032.

Daily Mail | Climate change could cause ocean currents to COLLAPSE plunging the Northern hemisphere into an ice age, warn scientists.

Louder With Crowder | These people denouncing NatGeo? They’re doctors. They know science.

Daily Mail | An initial decision amounts to a step off each side of the pyramid.

The Observer | The popular right-leaning web portal, The Drudge Report, was briefly knocked offline last week.

Daily Mail | A new study has linked fossils fuels to the historic rise in oxygen that triggered the development of life on Earth.

Speisa | A super volcano is defined as a volcano that is able to sling more than than 1,000 cubic kilometers of mass into the atmosphere.

UK Mirror | The active ingredient that gives chillies their kick can surround cancer cells and kill them off, scientists say, which could help develop a cure for cancer.

LA Times | The strongest earthquake in the sequence was magnitude 3.9, striking directly underneath the town of Brawley, about 170 miles southeast of Los Angeles.

London Guardian | The accountability of artificial intelligence systems, from Facebook to healthcare, is shaping up to be a hot topic in 2017.

The Hill | If you’re shopping for the perfect gift this Christmas, you might want to avoid the electronics aisle.

UK Express | EIGHT earthquakes have hit the US in just one hour sparking fears of a long overdue ‘big one’ that could wipe out chunks of the West coast.

Zero Hedge | A new study just released from Public Health England concludes that 4 out of 5 Brits between the ages of 40 – 60 are fat, lazy and/or alcoholics.

Julie Fidler | A safer alternative to meds?

Heat Street | The German government next year will consider the bill.

London Telegraph | “The rest of my body is replaceable”.

London Independent | Report recommends those suffering envy should quit social media.

TheAntiMedia.org | There’s not a day that passes that we don’t have a new reason to suspect humanity is dying off.

Daily Mail | Twitter’s share price is plunging after two key figures resigned earlier this week, prompting a market analyst to issue a research note calling the company ‘toast’.

Speisa | Monday 19th of December there was a thin white layer of snow over the dunes of Ain Sefra in Algeria. One can safely say that is not an everyday event down there.

Daily Mail | President Barack Obama has invoked a law to indefinitely ban drilling for oil and gas across enormous parts of US waters – and President-elect Donald Trump won’t be able to repeal it.

Louder With Crowder | Surprise! Barack Obama has an agenda to push. Specifically that human beings are somehow altering the Earth’s climate.

London Independent | The loss of sea ice ‘represents one of the most severe positive feedbacks in the climate system’.

Washington Times | Report recommends national standard for Stingray cell phone tracker use.

Infowars.com | A recent study now shows that a dangerous level of glyphosate have seeped into many everyday food products people consume.

Daily Mail | With Christmas on the horizon, choosing what gifts to give can present a huge challenge.

Daily Caller | Health hazards still either threaten humans or are unknown at 117 – or nearly one-quarter – of the 480 Superfund sites added before 1987.

RT | Could there finally be an end to grey hairs and wrinkles?

Louder With Crowder | A lot of stupid has been going on in Britain lately.

Daily Mail | Alien hunters claim spherical object is a UFO in hiding – but experts say it’s just a fractus cloud.

Wall Street Journal | Verizon, which has struck a deal to buy company’s core business, will review impact of new breach.

Daily Mail | Microsoft boss says new president will unite country through innovation as the pair meet.

Bloomberg | Researchers want to pump sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere.

Times Of London | Scientists say, you can identify troublesome groups at the age of three.

The Sun | AN UPCOMING Supermoon could set tensions running high this Christmas and make the festive season a “battle ground”, according to one psychiatrist.

RT | Russian telecom giant Rostelecom has thwarted DDoS-attacks on the five largest banks and financial institutions in the country, the company said in a statement.

Daily Caller | “You don’t actually know anything about what you’re talking about.”

Michael Snyder | Why is our planet shaking so violently all of a sudden?

Daily Mail | Leonardo DiCaprio made a secretive visit to Trump Tower to meet with the President-elect and his daughter Ivanka to discuss how green jobs can boost the economy.

Reuters | A senior German conservative has warned Facebook it could face fines if it fails to act faster to tackle online hate speech, and he said the government could propose legislative measures in the new year.

Information Liberation | According to the left, Trump’s pick to head the EPA wants to poison our air and water supplies — that’s how you know he’s great.

WJBC.com | The first snowfall to hit Illinois this fall was no polite dusting, but a record-breaking event.

AFP | Earth’s days are getting longer but you’re not likely to notice any time soon.

London Telegraph | Tiny specks of cosmic dust which are left over from the formation of our solar system have been discovered on the rooftops of three European cities.

Daily Mail | Smartphone users will soon be able to identify people using a facial recognition app for the very first time.

Reuters | Web giants YouTube , Facebook , Twitter and Microsoft will step up efforts to remove extremist content from their websites by creating a common database.

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