"History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce." -Karl Marx
Are we living in the end times? For years, the fast approaching end of the Mayan calendar, calculated to end Friday, December 21, 2012 during the winter solstice has been hyped as an apocalyptic conclusion to life as we know it.
An erupting volcano in Russia's Far East has become a sightseeing hotspot for crowds of thrill-seeking tourists eager to see flows of lava and clouds of ash. Others, however, saw in the natural phenomenon an omen heralding the end of the world.
Nasa appears so confident about their prediction that he world will not come to an end that they have released the video early
America's population will grow 40 percent through 2060 after growing 60 percent for most of the 20th century, according to new Census data.
Damn, I was busy and forgot about this, and I missed the passing of 12/12/12 12:12:12!
In recent months, UBS's Art Cashin has been warning about increased earthquake activity driven by peculiar planetary and solar angles.
He was recently on the cover of FORBES and was named one of TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people.
Amid the expense and controversy surrounding America's effort at fifth-generation piloted, like the F-35 and the F-22, there is the silent but hard fact that unmanned drones are poised to make cumbersome piloted jets a thing of the past.
3-D printed organs. Brain chips providing superhuman abilities. Megacities, built from scratch. The U.S. intelligence community is taking a look at the world of 2030. And it is very, very sci-fi.
So, here we are in December already. December 2012. You know what that means?
As lover of freedom I spent many years in the "fight", exerting massive amounts of energy trying to change people and institutions I had no control of. One day I realized that in order to be free, I had to start living free and stop asking for perm
Investor Jeremy Grantham of GMO recently published a startlingly depressing outlook for the future of humanity.
Forget black and white Crown Vics and battle-scarred Chargers.
For many Russian conservatives who still mourn the collapse of the Soviet Union, the "secession" movement in the U.S. has offered some misguided comfort, if not schadenfreude.
"Every revolution needs a good crisis in order to germinate its seed.
Or maybe an aerial drone. The LA Auto Show's annual Design Challenge suggests the patrol car of the future is optionally manned, self-driving, and armed with autonomous robots.
Our science fiction isn't always on the nose. 1984 didn't look exactly like 1984, and 2001 didn't bring us the kind of Space Odysseys we envisioned.
50 charts that depict the Keynesian-created disaster
WHAT distinguishes modern man from his ancestors is the expectation of steady economic and population growth.
A few months ago, we looked at the practical ways Airbus is planning to change the future of flight.
There is no doubt in my mind that history will regard Dr. Paul as the greatest congressman in US history. Ron Paul has done more to guard and defend liberty and constitutional government than perhaps any man since Thomas Jefferson.
Jeff Deist (Ron Paul's Chief of Staff) talks about the future of the r3volution and Ron Paul's activism in 3rd Hour - Ernest Hancock goes over the Freedom's Phoenix Headline News; provides an update on the 'Battery Project'
Peter Diamandis, Chairman and Co-Founder of Singularity University, discusses the best way to predict the future, and shares his personal philosophies on innovation and the commercial space industry.
Jeremy Grantham's US Economic Growth Forecast Through 2050 Is The Most Depressing Forecast You'll Ever See
Kyle Bass is famous for his big, bearish comments (and bets) against highly indebted sovereign governments.
Astronauts can only travel so far in existing space suits. What will it take to see the universe?
With companies like Google creating self-driving cars and augmented-reality glasses, futurist Ray Kurzweil's predictions are starting to sound much more realistic.
Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass was on Bloomberg’s Market Makers with Stephanie Ruhle talking about his bearish views on the E.U. and the status of the currency union as a whole.
The markets are going to go into meltdown soon, so expect stocks to lose 20 percent of their value, Marc Faber, author of the Gloom, Boom and Doom report told CNBC on Tuesday.