Nikola Tesla was one of the greatest inventors in history and had actually discovered methods of harnessing free energy during his lifetime.
Houses turned into rubble, a mother lamenting her son's death and town residents who have just lost their friends and are losing hope after a recent shelling by the Ukrainian army
Ernest and Donna Hancock go over the headline news on Freedom's Phoenix...Humans Need Not Apply; Pentagon Pays NFL Teams For Tributes To Armed Forces: The NFL: Fake, Paid, and Hollow Patriotism
The Wall Street Journal reported that Nasdaq will start with a pilot project in Nasdaq Private Market, a recently launched marketplace that handles pre-IPO trading among private companies.
For this event, the ABA will examine the latest developments in compliance and regulation aimed at digital currency. Panel discussions will explore areas that are the focus of regulators and law enforcement officials.
Until now the owner of Bitcoin.com was never known, though Roger Ver has been considered a likely candidate for some time. The domain's prior operator was the Bitcoin wallet service Blockchain.info, whose control was relinquished shortly after the
This "voluntary" tax may be better than forcible confiscation, but it is not harmless. Government never is... no matter how we pay for it.
The New York Times technology and finance reporter Nathaniel Popper's new book "Digital Gold: Bitcoin and the inside story of the misfits and millionaires trying to reinvent money" has been praised as one of the best Bitcoin books to date.
The HoloLens augmented-reality headset projects believable images of people into real settings.
Washington State University researchers have found a way to make jet fuel from a common black fungus found in decaying leaves, soil and rotting fruit, which could be a massive breakthrough for future green energy and transportation development.
of the rodents received FULL memory restoration. For an individual to be diagnosed with Alzheimer's, it's more than being frustrated and confused at the forgetting of names, it's to live with a disease that dramatically increases one's risk o
Whether they're announcing their latest drama, hitting 'reply all' or distracting you from skiving, these pesky desk mates have infiltrated modern work life
Trip to the top is no 9/11 history lesson it's all about the views of Manhattan and beyond, the human feat that is New York ... and sheer height
Hamas has been accused of using the cover of last summer's war in Gaza to carry out summary executions, including to "settle scores" against opponents under the pretext they were "collaborators with Israel".
A remote galaxy shining brightly with infrared light equal to more than 300 trillion suns has been discovered using data from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE.
Can the process of aging be delayed or even reversed? Research has shown that, in human cell lines at least, it can. They also found that the regulation of two genes involved with the production of glycine, the smallest and simplest amino acid, is pa
Vancouver-based architect Michael Green was unequivocal at a conference at which I heard him speak a while ago: "We grow trees in British Columbia that are 35 stories tall, so why do our building codes restrict timber buildings to only five stories
With French ministers crowing about their better-than-expected GDP data (+0.7%) as some trend reversal that heralds a revolution, it appears Vladimir Putin is about to put a dent in their hopes and dreams.
I have been warning for some time that government was eyeing up pensions.
Suspicions Run Deep in Iraq That C.I.A. and the Islamic State Are United
What if computers could take the words we type on the internet and convert them into a language that describes what they actually mean?
Bitcoin survived a wild youth marked by drug trafficking, money laundering, theft, bankruptcy, and political spats. Now, the digital currency is getting cleaned up and heading to grad school.
On Memorial Day, Americans honor the soldiers who have died in the defense of our country.
"The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control."--William Binney, NSA whistleblower
In just three minutes, this guy makes a very strong case for an alternative system where human beings are free from corrupt leaders...forever. Video
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak gushed over former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, calling him a "total hero" and saying he "gave up his life" to reveal the agency's surveillance programs.
This clip from Channel 4 (Britain) takes us on a short tour of a pretty little cob house somewhere in the English countryside. Cosy but spacious, simple yet full of character, this tiny home is awesome- especially when you consider it only cost £150
Countries around the world have a wide ranging view of the digital currency bitcoin or a "virtual currency." Western superpowers like the United States and United Kingdom have shown a positive attitude towards the new technology. Some countries l
Like Meerkat and Periscope, Streamium enables anyone to stream live broadcasts of themselves, whether that be classes, events, or playing video games. But what is special about Streamium is viewers pay a per-minute rate, set by the streamer, while wa
The economic policy of populism is characterized by massive intervention, high consumption (and low investment), and government deficits. This is unsustainable and we can identify several stages as it moves toward its inevitable economic failure.
While describing Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) atrocities as "horrific," Netanyahu stressed that any threat from the Islamic State can't even compare to nuclear weapons at the hands of the Islamic Republic.
Indonesia, one of the world's most beautiful archipelagoes and travel destinations, has had a consistent increase in bitcoin adoption at popular tourist spots including Bali, Jakarta and Denpasar, since the launch of BitIslands in March 2014.
Free Mind Films has decided to work with international best-selling author - James Perloff to tell the virtually unknown story of the Council On Foreign Relations (CFR) and how that organization is the key to understanding how our world has become wh
This is another long post, but I believe the potential for immediate danger to the American people warrants it.
The U.S. Government, with a little help from our British cousins and a very special relationship, monopolized a black market of unprecedented scope; which has left addiction and countless fatal overdoses in its wake. That's a fact.
Recently a lawsuit forced the Defense Intelligence Agency to release a 2012 assessment which concluded that US support for Syrian rebels would lead to ISIS victory there and in Ramadi, Iraq. Yet that accurate assessment was ignored. Why?
'Virotherapy' uses modified herpes virus to attack melanoma cells and has potential to overcome cancer even when disease has spread throughout the body
The birth of a volcanic island is a potent and beautiful reminder of our dynamic planet's ability to make new land. Given the destruction we've seen following natural events like earthquakes and tsunamis in the past few years, stunning images of two
Portable electronics -- typically made of non-renewable, non-biodegradable and potentially toxic materials -- are discarded at an alarming rate in consumers' pursuit of the next best electronic gadget.
A recent eye infection suffered by 18-year-old Nottingham University student Jess Greaney is the kind of story that fills us with horror.
$50 million per year in taxpayer money goes to stage this nonsense
Even by the standards of arms deals between the United States and Saudi Arabia, this one was enormous.
Lowest Production Reading in 6 Years, Orders Contract 7th Month, New Orders 5th Month
We're marching toward the singularity, the day when artificial intelligence is smarter than us. That has some very smart people such as Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk worried that robots will enslave or destroy us--but perhaps there's another opt
Over the last 15 years, global internet usage has increased almost seven-fold, bumping the figures up to 3.2 billion worldwide users.
To placate their pique at his effort to get a non-proliferation agreement with Iran, Barack Obama met last Thursday at Camp David with Saudi royals and leaders of the other five feudal dictatorships of the Persian Gulf.
Men choose intelligence when picking a life partner above everything else, research suggests
"You can lead a man to Congress but you can't make him think," quipped Milton Berle in 1950.