David Irvine (CEO/Founder MaidSafe) provides an update on the implementation of their decentralized internet/ Alpha Release - Chris Waid (Founder) and Luke Leighton (Engineer) at ThinkPenguin provide an update on the Linux-Based Computer/Operation -
Throughout the Cold War, the US national-security state told the American people that it was necessary for America to go over to the dark side in order to combat the threat of communism and the Soviet Union. By that, they meant adopting policies and
"The Pharisees were the ultimate political panderers. Instead of preaching against the paganism and corruption of the Roman government, or the unjustness of the occupation of Rome, they jumped in bed with the power elite. They did it for the money,
Kyodo for the Japan Times reports China strongly warned a high-level Japanese official around late June that Tokyo should not send Self-Defense Forces to join U.S. operations that test the freedom of navigation in the disputed South China Sea, diplom
The first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is in just over a month, and yet neither candidate knows who the moderator will be.
There will soon be an ecumenical gathering between the three monotheist faiths. Thee event will take place from September 4-23, 2016. This monumental event will occur in the Old City of Jerusalem. This is not just a religious event as the event will
Scandal: Leaked documents released a few days ago provide juicy insider details of how a fabulously rich businessman has been using his money to influence elections in Europe, underwrite an extremist group, target U.S. citizens who disagreed with him
Today the Turkish military together with the US invaded a section of northern Syria. Billed as an anti-ISIS operation, it is more about establishing long-wished-for "no-fly" zones in Syria. Major escalation. How will Russia respond?
Fed Worries Are Crushing Gold and Silver Stocks … Gold slumped today, finishing at its lowest level in a month after investors grew worried that the Fed would signal that interest rates would rise when it meets this week. - Motley Fool
Mark Prigg for the Daily Mail UK reports It's 50 years since the Jetsons first predicted we'd be flying the family about in airborne cars.And experts say we are tantalisingly close to the dream becoming reality.
A nine-year-old boy with hopes of becoming a pilot was traumatized by TSA agents at the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport when he was told that, because of his pacemaker for his heart condition, he was ineligible for screening.
(NaturalNews) The site at which three Fukushima Daiichi reactors melted down in Japan more than six years ago remains a complete disaster zone, unsuitable for both humans and the electronic devices they have created. Though a massive cleanup is still
Gary Franchi of Next News Network joins Luke Rudkowski to breakdown the THREE Critical things you need to know about Hillary Clinton's health crisis and the media cover-up.
The South China Morning Post reports The Japanese government informed the city of Iwakuni in Yamaguchi Prefecture on Monday that the United States plans to deploy 16 F-35 fighters at the US military base there from January to August next year.
The Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust may be inching closer to becoming the first bitcoin ETF listed on a major stock exchange, but that potentially historic date could be further off than some might think.
The construction of 12 battery gigafactories guarantees a massive increase in Lithium demand, causing a potential shortage of supply
In a brazen display of violence that only Adolf Hitler would love a post on social media by an gun control advocate has taken gun confiscation to a whole new level. Gun control advocate Dennis C took to Facebook on Wednesday to express his final solu
Dear Internet, it's been a while, right? We here at WIRED talk about you a lot (mostly good things!), and we'll admit it feels a little weird to address you directly. But we need to have a talk. And yeah, no, this is not going to be a fun one. Be
SuperCobras Deployed Within Past Few Days
Principles or pragmatism? A choice that libertarians face numerous times every single day in life.
The Lidar (Light detection and ranging) systems on self-driving vehicles are big and generally expensive. MIT has a Lidar-on-a-chip solution that will fit on a dime and cost about $10 to manufacture.
Now to figure out if it has liquid water. Or an atmosphere.
Man who "ran the CIA" offers an entirely new perspective
Mystery still surrounds payout to Iran
Within 24 hours the patient's responses had improved and in just three days he was fully conscious and had fist-bumped a doctor
WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange on Wednesday night promised to leak "thousands" of document pages pertaining to Hillary Clinton, the Democratic National Committee and the presidential election.
Hillary Clinton, who famously risked national security with her use of a private email server to send and receive classified documents, will receive her first classified intelligence briefing on Saturday.
3D-printed reefs could mean regenerating not only lost coral, but lost fish due to underwater development.
The frenzy and furor over Hillary Clinton's email habits while at the State Department, now into their 16th month and still going strong, have predictably and effectively chipped away at her reputation, so a sizable majority of Americans (67 percen
(NaturalNews) Critics of globalism and the climate change narrative have been warning us for some time that things are not what they seem, and that the true globalist agenda involves a plan which includes depopulation as one of its central goals.
More troubles for Hillary Clinton, and this time it involves her long time friend and speculated love affair, dead Clinton counsel Vince Foster.
We bet you didn't even know you wanted more sunlight in your home before you saw Lucy.
(NaturalNews) The Red Cross is calling the catastrophic flooding in Louisiana the worst disaster to hit the United States since Hurricane Sandy struck the Northeast coast in October 2012. Torrential rains flooded the state last week, with Livingston
(NaturalNews) What would your life be like if you didn't have a microwave oven? While your microwave certainly saves you time, is it slowly destroying your health? Not only do microwaves attract the most unhealthy, nutrient-depleted foods, but they a
Warning follows German advisory for citizens to stockpile enough food and water for 10 days
CNN host Anderson Cooper looked like a deer in headlights on Wednesday night's "Late Show." In the second half of Stephen Colbert's interview with Cooper, he was asked if former Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski still get's mo
Mr Putin wants to broker a meeting between the Palestinian president and Binyamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister
Tanks, Special Forces Capture ISIS City of Jarabulus
During or following a disruptive event, life will be tough enough without having to worry about maintaining health and preventing disease. Why then, do I find the topic of a survival hygiene kit taking a backseat to articles about food, water, bug-o
Cockpit gets crushed under weight of the airship upon landing
To take on technology and democracy
Foreign free riders hate Trump and love Hillary – with good reason
Social network reveals the astonishing amount of data it holds on people who uses its services
During a town hall tonight with Fox News' Sean Hannity, the Republican nominee was asked about Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's recently saying he would meet with the next U.S. president, regardless of who it is.