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Jul 17 18:33

What If Charity Replaced Taxation?

By Jean Vilbert

Is State activity the only or best way to provide services to the poor? Do we have alternatives? How about charity? Couldn’t charity replace taxation? It could—and with solid advantages.

There are four main reasons why this is the case: moral, political, financial, and psychological...

Jul 17 18:20

Printable Material Could Lead to Cheaper Solar Panels and Electronics

Imagine printing electronic devices using a simple inkjet printer — or even painting a solar panel onto the wall of a building.

Such technology would slash the cost of manufacturing electronic devices and enable new ways to integrate them into our everyday lives. Over the last two decades, a type of material called organic semiconductors, made out of molecules or polymers, has been developed for such purposes. But some properties of these materials pose a major hurdle that limits their widespread use...

Jul 17 18:10

4 Sustainable Practices That Will Make Big Changes!

By Sara Tipton

Whether we are climate change activists or skeptics, we can all agree that we should all be doing our part to leave our Earth in the best condition possible. Sustainability isn’t always the easiest thing to accomplish considering our consumerist lifestyle in the U.S., but we’ve come up with four things that can really have an impressive impact and make big changes...



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Jul 17 17:58

Get Ready, Because Flamethrower Drones Are Going on Sale Very Soon

By Elias Marat

What could possibly go wrong by releasing a fully functional flamethrower unit that can be attached to flying drones?

Throwflame’s TF-19 WASP is a new fiery appendage that will allow any commercial-grade lightweight lift drone with a payload capacity of five pounds to spit fire as far as 25 feet away. The TF-19 will also be equipped with a one-gallon fuel tank capable of streaming out a steady jet of fire for up to 100 seconds, ensuring that anything targeted by the WASP will be burned to oblivion...

Jul 17 17:56

Trump’s Fight With The Fed Over Interest Rates Is A Scripted Farce

Op-Ed by Brandon Smith

There is a very bizarre narrative being circulated in the mainstream economic media and it goes a little something like this:

“The Federal Reserve has capitulated on liquidity tightening yet the US economy is ‘stronger than ever’, isn’t that weird?”

There are a couple things wrong with this statement. First, the Fed has not yet capitulated on its tightening policy. In fact, we have been hearing since last November from the mainstream media and some alternative media that the Fed was going to lower its Fed Funds Rate and end monthly balance sheet cuts at “any moment”, yet several months later it still has not happened...

Jul 17 16:51

Things Haven’t Always Been This Way

Today’s true tragedy is that most people think what we see today has always been so. As such, today’s Americans accept behavior that our parents and grandparents never would have accepted.


Jul 17 16:39

Liberal Professor Warns: Google Manipulating Voters ‘on a Massive Scale’ (VIDEO)

Dr. Robert Epstein told Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Tuesday that Google can manipulate votes by using tools that they have at their disposal exclusively, and that no one can counteract them. Epstein warned the senator of big tech election meddling during his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on “Google and Censorship through Search Engines” on Tuesday.

Jul 17 15:42

Wider and wider still: The holocaust alliance’s solicited "anti-Semitism" as a reaction to insufficient supply of "anti-Semitism"

Fernando Guevara says the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s description of all resistance to Zionism as “anti-Semitism” is intended to fulfil the Zionist need for conflict in order to occupy territories, minds and assets.>>

Jul 17 15:09

Another Big Pharma giant caught in massive bribery scandal reportedly involving thousands of U.S. doctors


Jul 17 13:29

Why don’t YOU leave (Political Humor)


Jul 17 13:25

Omar to Introduce Resolution Declaring Support for Anti-Israel BDS Movement Featured

Representative Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) will introduce a resolution this week declaring support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, which seeks to elevate the Palestinian negotiating position vis-a-vis Israel through an international pressure campaign.

“We are introducing a resolution . . . to really speak about the American values that support and believe in our ability to exercise our first amendment rights in regard to boycotting,” Omar told Al-Monitor. “And it is an opportunity for us to explain why it is we support a nonviolent movement, which is the BDS movement.”

Jul 17 13:15

The Black Hole of Debt

Jul 17 13:01

Chelsea Manning is Now Being Fined $1,000 a Day for Grand Jury Resistance

By Kevin Gosztola

Daily fines against Chelsea Manning for resisting a grand jury investigating WikiLeaks increased to $1000 on July 16.

On May 16, Judge Anthony Trenga held Manning in civil contempt and ordered her to be sent back to the William G. Truesdale Adult Detention Center in Alexandria. The court also imposed a fine of $500 per day after 30 days, and then a fine of $1000 per day after 60 days...


Jul 17 12:42

Elon Musk Announcement: Let’s Merge Human Brains To “Achieve A Symbiosis With AI”

By Mac Slavo

Elon Musk finally admitted late Tuesday that Neuralink’s (Musk’s brain-machine interface startup) official goal is to eventually merge human brains with artificial intelligence. The ultimate ending would be to “achieve a symbiosis with artificial intelligence.”

Musk plans to begin human trials on an early version of Neuralink intended to treat brain injuries next year, and he says that by “merging with AI,” humans will be able to keep up with AI...

Jul 17 12:16

Iran Claims It Rescued "Missing" UAE Tanker After US Said IRGC "Forced" It Toward Iran

The saga of the UAE "mystery" tanker which seems to have disappeared after its transponder went dark late Saturday night, and which no one has heard from since it drifted toward Iranian waters in the Strait of Hormuz over the weekend, has deepened after Iran contradicted US media reports of IRGC involvement.

The semi-official news agency ISNA said hours after initial reports on Tuesday suggested Iran's military "forced" the vessel into Iranian waters that Iranian navy vessels actually came to the assistance of the disabled foreign oil tanker. The statement indicated the vessel was partially disabled and in desperate need of repairs.

"(Spokesman) Abbas Mousavi said... that an international oil tanker was in trouble due to a technical fault in the Persian Gulf... After receiving a request for assistance, Iranian forces approached it and used a tugboat to pull it toward Iranian waters for the necessary repairs to be carried out," ISNA said, as cited by Reuters.

Jul 17 12:16

EBOLA-STRICKEN MAN TAKES BUS TO DRC TRAVEL HUB WITH 2 MILLION RESIDENTS

The Congolese health ministry announced that a pastor infected with Ebola took a bus to the city of Goma late Sunday, the first time the virus has spread to the major travel hub and home to more than two million people.

The man, traveling from Butembo, was quickly identified and transported to an Ebola treatment center, while authorities say that they have tracked down the other 18 passengers aboard the bus and would vaccinate them on Monday, according to the Washington Post.

Jul 17 12:15

Iran comes to assistance of disabled foreign oil tanker in Persian Gulf

The spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry says the country’s naval forces have assisted a foreign crude oil tanker in the Persian Gulf, after they received a request for help from the vessel.

Seyyed Abbas Mousavi told IRIB News late on Tuesday that the tanker suffered a technical glitch, and accordingly sent a distress call.

He added that Iranian forces rushed to the scene after receiving the call, and tug boats assisted the disabled vessel and towed it towards Iranian territorial waters to undergo required repair.



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Jul 17 12:14

Yemeni army forces, allies attack drone hangars in Saudi Arabia's Jizan airport

The spokesman for Yemeni Armed Forces says army troopers and allied fighters from Popular Committees have used a squadron of domestically-manufactured Qasef-2K (Striker-2K) combat drones to strike hangars in Saudi Arabia's Jizan airport.

Brigadier General Yahya Saree said on Tuesday evening that the drones struck the designated targets with precision, noting that the structures were used to house unmanned aerial vehicles operated by the Saudi-led military coalition against Yemen.

Jul 17 12:13

Iran opens first alumina plant in blow to US sanctions

Iran has brought online its first alumina refinery, marking a milestone in its production of the strategic metal and cushioning blows from unilateral US sanctions.

The first phase of the Jajarm refinery commenced operation with a capacity to produce 40,000 tonnes per year of alumina which is the key metallic input derived from bauxite used to smelt aluminum.

Jajarm in North Khorasan province holds Iran’s largest deposit of bauxite - the raw material used to make aluminum.

Jul 17 12:09

SYRIAN WAR REPORT – JULY 13-17, 2019: WAITING FOR NEW IDLIB OFFENSIVE

The situation in northwestern Hama and along the entire contact line around the Idlib de-escalation zone has remained stable but tense during the past week. The Syrian Arab Army, the Tiger Forces and their allies have repeatedly engaged in local clashes with Hayat Tahir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra) and other radical groups. However, no side has undertaken any notable offensive operations.

Fresh satellite images of the Russian Hmeimim airbase showed the deployment of seven Su-24, four Su-25, seven Su-34 and four Su-35 warplanes as well as an A-50 airborne early warning and control, an IL-20 electronic intelligence plane, two IL-76 and an An-30 cargo planes.

The warplanes were all deployed on the airbase’s ramp. This indicates that the hardened aircraft shelters are still under construction. New revetments are being built in the northeastern section of the airbase. These measures are needed to prevent any damage that may be caused by repeated armed drone attacks by militants.


Jul 17 12:06

13,400 of Chicago’s Homeless Had Jobs in 2017, 18,000 Had a College Education

By Emma Fiala

A report published on Tuesday by the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless, revealed that 13,400 of the city’s homeless population had jobs in 2017 while another 18,000 had a college education. The report challenges long held stereotypes concerning the homeless that include the false idea that anyone with a steady job or college education is immune from one of life’s most difficult experiences...

Jul 17 11:34

Man breaks into home, stabs homeowner who tries to fight back. Then homeowner's son grabs a gun — and it's all over for intruder.


Jul 17 11:30

‘Intensive’ Beekeeping Not to Blame for Common Bee Diseases

More “intensive” beekeeping does not raise the risk of diseases that harm or kill the insects, new research suggests.

Intensive agriculture – where animals or plants are kept crowded together in very high densities – is thought to result in higher rates of disease spreading.

But researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of California, Berkeley found this is not the case for honeybees...

Jul 17 11:23

The Recession Is Now w/ David Haggith


Jul 17 10:59

Joe Biden Was Much More Than a Cheerleader for the Iraq War

During the 2008 presidential primary debates, Barack Obama reminded Americans that unlike Hillary Clinton, he did not support the war in Iraq. As Politico wrote at the time, Obama implied that Clinton’s yes vote showed “bad judgement.” Eight years later, Donald Trump used Clinton’s Iraq War vote against her multiple times, including in the third presidential debate. Whether or not he lied about his own contradictory record on the war was beside the point. Twice, a yes vote for an unpopular war proved to be a liability for the candidate who cast it.

The Iraq war continues to be an issue in the lead-up to the 2020 election. Joe Biden may now be the Democratic frontrunner for the presidential nomination, but as Branko Marcetic writes in In These Times, Biden’s “2002 vote in favor of the Iraq War leaves him with a particularly glaring vulnerability.”


Jul 17 10:58

TO ATTACK JULIAN ASSANGE, CNN TWISTS EMBASSY SURVEILLANCE RECORDS THAT WERE FIRST COVERED BY SPANISH NEWSPAPER

Spanish newspaper EL PAÍS reported on July 9 that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was spied on by a Spanish private defense and security firm called Undercover Global S.L., when he lived in the Ecuador embassy in the United Kingdom.

The report was based on “documents, video, and audio material” that was “used in an extortion attempt against Assange by several individuals.” In May, Spanish police arrested journalist José Martín Santos, who had a record of fraud, and a computer programmer for their alleged involvement in an “attempt to make €3 million from the sale of private material.”

Jul 17 10:57

When Israel bombed disabled Palestinians

Nasser al-Buhaisi had just graduated from college.

The 22-year-old obtained a degree in religious law from Gaza’s Al-Azhar University during June. One day later, he died.

Al-Buhaisi had been paralyzed due to a road accident in 2006. He had studied hard despite being in intensive care.

His determination made me reflect on the situation facing people with disabilities in Gaza. The situation is never easy but becomes far more difficult when Israel attacks vital services – as it did a few months ago.

Jul 17 10:57

'He was a sensitive little soul': Family of 'bullied' schoolboy Sam Connor, 14, tells of their devastation after he lay down on tracks and was killed by train in front of 50 horrified classmates



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Jul 17 10:54

EXCLUSIVE: Married Israeli politician Ehud Barak is seen hiding his face entering Jeffrey Epstein's NYC townhouse as bevy of young beauties were also spotted going into mansion - despite his claim he NEVER socialized with the pedophile and his girls

The ever-expanding probe into Jeffrey Epstein’s pedophile ring is now threatening to derail the Israeli election as DailyMail.com has obtained exclusive pictures of one of Benjamin Netanyahu’s main challengers hiding his face as he entered the convicted sex offender’s Manhattan townhouse.

A bevy of young women were also seen going into the multi-millionaire’s lavish seven-story home on the same day that Ehud Barak was snapped.

Barak, a former prime minister of Israel w now trying to make a comeback in Israeli politics, has long had business ties to Epstein, which Netanyahu’s team are now trying to exploit.

Jul 17 10:50

Israeli Jews question Palestinians’ loyalty and don’t want them in government — leading political scientist

Israeli Jews are overwhelmingly rightwing and do not want Palestinians in their government as ministers or part of the governing coalition because they question Palestinian loyalty to the state, one of the country’s leading political scientists says. Benjamin Netanyahu has the inside track to remain prime minister because he supports the “Jewish identity” of the state, she says. And anyone who expects a liberal Zionist to gain power is deluded. The left is a “marginal” factor in the Israeli election in September.

The only thing Palestinians and Jews in Israel agree about is: The Trump peace plan is going nowhere.

Jul 17 10:49

Israel and the assassination of Palestinian childhood

The Israeli occupation authorities have transformed the images of joy, play and education that should be the norm for Palestinian children into a shocking number of violations committed by the army against them in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Around 1.3 million Palestinian children in the West Bank are affected daily by Israel’s policy of arrest and detention, as well as attacks by gunfire, beatings and illegal settlers. Another 1 million children in Gaza are considered to be the most affected by the restrictions imposed by the occupation. This includes the siege, aggression and multiple military offensives. Children under the age of 15 make up 42 per cent of the entire population in the Gaza Strip; Israel has basically assassinated their childhood.

Jul 17 10:49

Israel’s Latest ‘Security Problem’: Who’s to Blame for Gaza’s Environmental Crisis 

Writing in The Jewish Journal under the title, “A Spillover Crisis: How Gaza’s Water Shortage Affects Israel”, Dominik Doehler explains the direct link between Gaza’s water problems and Israel.

Doehler offered a scientific explanation behind the besieged Strip’s water crisis, but when it was time to assign responsibility, something went wrong. Instead of recognising how Israel’s war and protracted siege destroyed Gaza’s infrastructure, the writer blamed the “ongoing conflict between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority” for Gaza’s suffering.

“Today, those who pay the price of the conflict between the Palestinian factions are the two million people in Gaza,” Doehler writes, without any mention of Israel’s primary role in any of this.

Jul 17 10:48

'If being called a bigot means I stand up for my beliefs, I take it as a badge of honour': Christian doctor who refused to call 'a 6ft bearded man' madam tells why he is determined to fight a landmark legal case

‘My job is to treat their chest infection or sepsis, dress wounds and save lives. I cannot be prejudiced — nor would I want to be.’

So the quiet and unassuming married father-of-four never imagined he would find himself branded a ‘bigot’ by Piers Morgan on live breakfast TV, as he was last week, and fearing that he would never work as a doctor again.

Nor that he would be at the centre of a legal test case over one of society’s most divisive and incendiary issues — transgender rights.

Or, more specifically, the question over whether a doctor should be legally compelled to use the pronoun ‘she’ when addressing someone born a ‘he’ — and vice versa — on request, even if that conflicts with the medic’s religious beliefs.

Jul 17 10:46

Possible that Ilhan Omar Committed Immigration, Passport, Tax Fraud… Petition Demands Congressional Investigation

Ilhan Omar was back in the news this week on her tax fraud violations and alleged marriage to her Somali brother.

After several years of avoiding the subject — on Tuesday the Minneapolis Star-Tribune published a report on Ilhan Omar, her tax fraud crimes, her illegal use of campaign funds to cover travel costs and touched on her alleged marriage to her younger brother.

Jul 17 10:46

1.2M People Are Saying They’re Gonna Storm Area 51 And Here Are 30 Funny Memes About It

What started off as a flippant joke has taken on a life of its own as people began to sign up to “Storm Area 51” in their hundreds of thousands, sharing memes and vowing to “check out those alien cheeks.”

Jul 17 10:44

Illegal Alien In Sanctuary City Charged With Sexual Assault Of A 6-Year-Old Child

Records obtained by CBS 17 North Carolina show that a Raleigh, North Carolina man is facing multiple child sex charges stemming from a case dating back to January.

The 32 year old man, Alejandro Duarte Aldama, was arrested last week and charged with "indecent liberties with a child and statutory sex offense – child less than 13; defendant 18+" according to a Wake County arrest warrant.

The warrant claims that he “attempt[ed] to engage in a sex act with…a child who was under the age of 13, namely 6 years old” on Jan. 4.

Jul 17 10:43

Did Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein Work for Mossad?

The extent of Israeli spying directed against the United States is a huge story that is only rarely addressed in the mainstream media. The Jewish state regularly tops the list for ostensibly friendly countries that aggressively conduct espionage against the U.S. and Jewish American Jonathan Pollard, who was imprisoned in 1987 for spying for Israel, is now regarded as the most damaging spy in the history of the United States.

Jul 17 10:43

Europe Circumvents U.S. Sanctions On Iran

Europe has found a way of circumventing U.S. sanctions on Iran. The governments of France, Germany and the United Kingdom have developed a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to enable European businesses to maintain non-dollar trade with Iran without breaking U.S. sanctions. That SPV, known as INSTEX, is now up and running.

The three governments announced the successful implementation of INSTEX at a meeting of the Joint Commission of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on June 28, 2019. The meeting was chaired on behalf of the EU by the Secretary General of the European External Action Service (EEAS), Helga Schmid, and was attended by representatives of China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom, and Iran.

Jul 17 10:41

Relive the Apollo 11 Moon Landing Mission in Real Time!

Fifty years ago, humans from Earth first walked on the moon and you can relive NASA's historic Apollo 11 mission as it happened with two amazing livestreams this month courtesy of ApolloinRealTime.org's Ben Feist and Space.com partner Simulation Curriculum, creator of the night sky software Starry Night and SkySafari 6.

With ApolloinRealTime.org, Feist and archivist Stephen Slater has created an immersive experience that stitches together vast amounts of Apollo 11 mission audio, images, video and transcripts to give viewers a full accounting of the historic mission that sent astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins to the moon. While Space.com is simulcasting ApolloinRealTime.org's live stream above, for the best experience you'll want to visit the website itself, which features a number of multimedia experiences and options not possible in the YouTube Feed.

Jul 17 10:40

House To Vote On Impeachment Today

Impeachment has been discussed by Democrats for a long time but this is the first time they have decided to vote on it, NBC reported.

It’s unclear whether the House will vote to send the resolution to committee, to table it — effectively killing the measure — or vote to proceed forward with it.

In addition, the House will vote Wednesday to hold U.S. Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in criminal contempt of Congress for withholding information about the administration’s failed bid to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.

Jul 17 10:39

Why It’s Probably Better for the Planet to Throw Plastic in the Trash

Millions of Americans dutifully fill their recycling bins each week, motivated by the knowledge that they’re doing something good for the environment. But little do they know, there’s a recycling crisis unfolding.

Starting as early as 2017, municipalities across the country, from Douglas County, Oregon to Nogales, Arizona to Broadway, Virginia, to Franklin, New Hampshire, began landfilling many recyclables or simply canceling their recycling programs altogether. The impetus for this disconcerting change? China.

For decades, the country was content to accept, process, and transform recycled materials from across the globe, but no longer. In July 2017, the government announced new policies that would effectively ban imports of most recyclables, particularly plastics. They went into effect last March. Considering that China has imported a cumulative 45% of plastic waste since 1992, this is a huge deal.

Jul 17 10:38

'Poison of America': Bill on slavery reparations gains backing from Sen. Chuck Schumer

Calling racism the "poison of America," Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer gave his support Tuesday to a bill to set up a commission to study reparations.

"The disparities in race affect everything, not just the obvious things, but the non-obvious things” like pollution and climate change, Schumer explained.

The bill, proposed by Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey and Texas Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee would form a commission to study ways to make an apology for slavery and make payments to the descendants of slaves. Booker and Jackson Lee introduced the measure in April 2019.

“The legacy of slavery and Jim Crow are still with us,’’ Schumer told a small group of reporters in the U.S. Capitol.

Jul 17 10:38

Three people, incl Turkish Deputy Consul-General, killed in Erbil shooting – local media

Three people, including the Turkish deputy consul, have been killed in a shooting at a restaurant in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan, according to local media. Police confirmed the death of the Turkish diplomat.

The shooting was reported shortly after 2pm local time, and took place at a restaurant in an upmarket area of Iraqi Kurdistan’s capital city. While local media reported that all three victims were officials with the Consulate General, Turkey’s Foreign Ministry only confirmed the death of one diplomat.

Jul 17 10:36

‘Cut Heart Out Of Victim’s Body’: 19 Illegal MS-13 Gangsters Charged With Racketeering, Many Charged With Murders

Federal law enforcement officials revealed during a press conference on Tuesday that 22 alleged members of the notoriously violent MS-13 street gang have been charged in a federal racketeering case, many of whom prosecutors believe participated in a series of grisly murders.

Jul 17 10:35

CNN Tries To Convince GOP Women That Trump Is Racist, Doesn't Go Over Well

CNN's Randi Kaye asked a group of Republican women if they thought President Donald Trump's recent tweets attacking four far-left congresswomen were racist and all eight fired back with a resounding "no."

Jul 17 10:26

REPORT: Here's Why Planned Parenthood Booted Leana Wen As President. It's Unbelievable.

As reported by The Daily Wire on Tuesday, the country's largest abortion provider abruptly kicked president Leana Wen to the curb after just 10 months at the helm reportedly because Wen refused to say men can get pregnant and wasn't aggressive enough pushing the life-ending procedure.

Jul 17 10:26

‘ANARCHY’: GOP Releases Brutal New Campaign Ad Against ‘The Squad’

The Republican National Committee (RNC) released a brutal new campaign ad on Tuesday against the four far-left congresswomen who many say are driving the agenda of the Democratic Party.

Jul 17 10:21

WHAT HAPPENED TO FLIGHT TWA 800?

No doubt that the plane was taken out by a missile, but the media changed that to an “unexplained” explosion of one of the fuel tanks.

Air traffic controllers saw it happen on their radar screens. Thousands of people saw it and over 100 eye witnesses – including pilots, former military people, fishermen – came forward.

The FBI started a legitimate investigation.

Then the CIA got involved…and the story changed radically.

The FBI fell in the line and the New York Times printed whatever the CIA told them to print.

Jul 17 10:20

EPSTEIN – BAIL HEARING – IF CLINTON APPOINTEE JUDGE BERMAN RELEASES EPSTEIN BECAUSE BERMAN WAS BRIBED, HE SHOULD NEVER BE ABLE TO SPEND A DIME OF THAT BRIBE & IF BLACKMAILED – THEN WHAT?

Consider this; Steve Piesczenik (link below), former long time U.S. State Department official says that Epstein was part of a Mossad operation. What is Mossad? It is Israel’s equivalent of America’s NSA (National Security Agency), you know the people behind private spying operations like Facebook and Google. But hold on; Epstein is Jewish also! Now, the judge hearing Epstein’s bail case is named Berman – definitely Jewish. Do you think the fix is in? Berman was appointed by (get ready) Bill Clinton! Could it be that Berman is a participant in the pedophile network?

Jul 17 10:19

Top 3 innovations used today developed by the Apollo program

The legacy of the Apollo missions was a big theme. For instance, of the innovations generated by Apollo that are still used today, the top 3 named by those surveyed were the solar panel (65%), the athletic shoe (40%), and the heart defibrillator (32%). The cordless vacuum was a close runner up.

Jul 17 10:18

They are going to leave Facebook: A chat with social networkers Revolution Populi

David Gelernter, famed Yale University computer science professor, is a pioneer in software, having invented in the mid-1990s a program called Lifestreams. It would come to be regarded as one of the very first social network programs.

Gelernter has teamed up with a group led by former Goldman Sachs banker Rob Rosenthal to create a new social network, based on blockchain and cryptocurrency. The group, Revolution Populi, unveiled its thinking in a screed by Gelernter a week ago on Medium that makes the case that people's data should belong to each individual, not to the tech giants that horde that data. Facebook, Gelernter's primary target, is a failed example of a social network, and an "opium den," in his words.

Jul 17 10:17

Cesar Sayoc's pipe bombs sent to Democrats wouldn't have detonated: FBI report

An FBI analysis of crudely made pipe bombs mailed to prominent critics of U.S. President Donald Trump has concluded they wouldn't have worked, according to a report made public Tuesday.

The January report on the analysis was filed in Manhattan Federal Court, where U.S. District Judge Jed S. Rakoff is scheduled to sentence Cesar Sayoc in September after the Florida man pleaded guilty to explosives-related charges in the scary episode weeks before midterm elections last year.

Sayoc, 57, faces a mandatory 10-year prison term and up to life. Sayoc has repeatedly said he never intended to injure anyone, a claim that his lawyers will likely argue was supported by the report.

The FBI said the devices wouldn't have functioned because of their design, though it couldn't be determined whether that was from poor design or the intent of the builder.

Jul 17 10:15

Connection between Judge Chhabria and Monsanto?

Chhabria has a pretty stellar background. Born and raised in California, he obtained his law degree in 1998 from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, graduating with honors. He served as law clerk for two federal judges and for Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and worked as an associate for two law firms before joining the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office where he worked from 2005 to 2013. He was nominated by President Obama for the seat he holds now in the summer of 2013.

But interestingly, one of those law firms where Chhabria worked has raised eyebrows. Covington & Burling, LLP, is a well-known defender of a variety of corporate interests, including Monsanto Co. Covington was reportedly instrumental in helping Monsanto defend itself against dairy industry concerns over the company’s synthetic bovine growth hormone supplement, known as rBGH (for recombinant bovine growth hormone) or the brand name Posilac.

Jul 17 10:14

4 MINUTE VIDEO – HUMA ABEDIN & HUSBAND ANTHONY WEINER HAVE FLIPPED – DEFINITE CLINTON TROUBLE!!!

Weiner & Abedin Have Flipped! This will be the death knell for any future candidacy for Hillary Clinton! It also may bring down some very high officials. Huma was Hilary’s right hand person, and maybe (rumored) her lover. Anthony’s laptop had thousands of State Department emails he should never have had, plus lots of dirty sex stuff.

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