WikiLeaks doesn’t like to make things easy, and now it seems Google, Microsoft, and Apple are learning that reality firsthand.
(Matt Agorist, FTP) Washington, D.C. — A total of 501 juveniles have been reported missing in D.C. since the beginning of the year.
There’s a huge shift right now occurring within the medical industry. More and more people are starting to learn that modern medicine and the pharmaceutical industry have become more concerned with profit than they are with people.
Could you imagine spending your entire life forced into a confined, dark space, only to then be brutally murdered, all to feed or entertain another species?
Whether you call it a “gut feeling,” an “inner voice” or a “sixth sense,” intuition is something we all possess.
What is science? The question likely sparks images of textbooks, white lab coats, microscopes, beakers, astronomers looking through a telescope, Einstein scribbling equations erratically on a chalkboard, and more.
The debate concerning the safety of chemical pesticides used on food crops for humans and animals alike rages on. Some believe the risk is negligible, and simply washing your produce mitigates any potentially risks these chemical pose, while others argue that plants grown in pesticides absorb the chemicals into their flesh, which means washing the outer skin offers little protection.
Wikileaks has released another portion of Vault 7 today called “Dark Matter.” In this telling release comes the story of the CIA’s involvement in bugging a number of Apple products, including iPhones and the Macbook Air.
It’s strange to think that the iconic Sahara Desert, known for its vast sand dunes and intense heat, was once not a desert at all, but a lush and verdant countryside complete with both lakes and grassland.
There’s no ignoring the fact that food waste is a serious global issue, especially considering how many people around the world suffer from hunger and malnutrition. The ways in which we deal with food waste are becoming increasingly urgent, and many of the existing methods have proved ineffective. Take a look at food banks, for instance.
Sometimes we just don’t want to say no. A friend asks you to go out on a Friday night. You want to… badly!
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and his team recently launched The World Mercury Project, whose mission is to raise public awareness of the sources and dangers of mercury, help treat those who have been personally affected by mercury exposure, and push for safe and responsible removal of mercury in all consumer projects and industrial processes.
Society seems to think that humans are superior to animals, putting them higher on the totem poll. We tend to create this hierarchy in our heads, perceiving ourselves as more important than the rest of the animal kingdom.
If you’re not familiar with Edward Snowden, he’s the former National Security Agency (NSA) intelligence officer who blew the whistle on the NSA’s global surveillance program, revealing that, in the modern day world, there really is no privacy, and that a manufactured need for increased ‘national security’ is being used to justify this surveillance — a surveillance that doesn’t actually protect citizens at all.
If you are still drinking diet soda thinking that it is a healthier alternative to regular soda, then this information is for you.
Vulnerability is about being honest, and this includes embracing our dark side. No matter whether we find ourselves on the conservative spectrum or liberal, we often abuse morals and ideals in order to avoid our own shadow.
What causes addiction? Many shake their heads at the various forms of drugs that infiltrate our society and take over loved ones,’ acquaintances’ and strangers’ lives.
With the passing of David Rockefeller, I started to reflect on his views of the world. Time and time again he pushed for a New World Order and a one world government, which would allow the elite and world bankers to hold complete control over the global population.
Steven Jones is a former full professor of physics at Brigham Young University, his major research interests have been in the areas of fusion, solar energy, and archaeometry.
Human knowledge is constantly evolving and changing, yet most of us believe scientific theories to be fact rather than working understandings of a topic. But they are theories, and our understanding of ‘what is’ continues to change.