New Year’s predictions are always a fun exercise. We can bet each other over the price of gold on December 31, 2012, or who will win the White House this year, or even make wild, black swan predictions.
The Internet's most popular destinations, including eBay, Google, Facebook, and Twitter seem to view Hollywood-backed copyright legislation as an existential threat.
The Raspberry Pi is a $25 computer that is powerful enough to run Quake 3, a pretty intense 3D video game. It plugs straight into a TV with an HDMI output and it's designed to be cheap enough that anyone can buy.
Amid an uncertain outlook for the global economy, Morgan Stanley outlined earlier this month what will happen to 18 of the world's most important commodities next year.
Predictions are always problematic – there’s that pesky notion of “free will,” [.pdf] not to mention the stubborn refusal of reality to conform to our preconceptions. Yet they are obligatory for a columnist this time of year, and so what I’m going to
If I have been too subtle in the past, let me be absolutely clear this afternoon: the time to do something, the time to take action to safeguard your future and your families livelihood, is NOW.
As the world celebrates the birthday of the Prince of Peace, the Lord of War looms large over the land. The shrikes and talking heads are screeching for Iranian blood, and there are ominous signs in the stars.
The economic, political and social outlook for 2012 is profoundly negative. The almost universal consensus, even among mainstream orthodox economists is pessimistic regarding the world economy.
Transcription of Finance News Network interview with American investor and author, Jim Rogers. (video, too)...
Only 52 weeks and a day are left before Dec. 21, 2012, when some believe the Maya predicted the end of the world.
From computers reading our minds to us never needing to type another password again, IBM has a pretty radical vision for the future.
"Wake-Up Call" Trend: The Decline of America trend is nowhere near bottom, and the worse is yet to come.
Trends analyst Gerald Celente joins RT to discuss the real state of unemployment as well as the passage of the Senate bill that repeals the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution.
“When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace.” – Jimi Hendrix
My goal is to exhort listeners to re-prioritize their finances and set a goal--with a date attached--to make the move to the American Redoubt. (This region includes Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.)
It can be challenging to confront the cruelty of this global domination agenda, but it’s only by recognizing the true nature of the threats to our freedom that we can be empowered to act effectively.
This topic is particularly timely right now because, as you well know, a revolution of sorts is today under way in a place that used to be comfortable calling itself, proudly and with a straight face, “The Land of the Free, Home of the Brave.
Make a fresh start, and forget the American Dream...
Concept videos from RIM show us a future in which the tyranny of the touch screen is all consuming, and, ironically, the BlackBerry has ceased to exist.
Since September, a public-school district in Florida has been taking fingerprint scans at the entrance to schools as a way to monitor attendance. The scans are compared against a database of students to detect truants.
Book warns of end. Will America survive to 2025? The last decade provided corroborating if not conclusive proof that we are in the Indian Summer of our civilization."
In other words, any American citizen who is moved into the threat category has no rights and can be executed without trial or evidence.
nanowires could be just as efficient as the copper cables we’ve been using for more than a century, but at a fraction of the weight, according to a new paper. Braiding billions of carbon nanotubes into a nanowire cable can efficiently replace copper
How to Defuse the Violence of the Future
This is your worst nightmare. Be prepared.
Is it possible to predict with any kind of certainty what will happen in the next couple of months. I believe all things are possible. Thus, when I came across this video, I felt that it held most of the essential probable truths that could be quickl
The Next Three Months on Planet Earth...Entered By: Shondean Coochise
Ernest Hancock in LA for two days with Butler Shaffer - Professor of Law at Southwestern Law School
The buzz is on! "Worst-case, said one analyst, is that Monday is "sell America day" and a rush from Treasurys and the dollar."
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