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Aug 18 10:10

Odious Debt And The Betrayal Of The Popular Will In Greece

After Syriza’s “treason”, Zoe Konstantopoulou, ex-Speaker of Greece’s Parliament, founds a new party to unburden Greece of its odious debt.

Aug 18 10:07

Zika pesticide linked to a 60% increase in autism ... Is this the beginning of an epidemic?

A 2014 study conducted at the University of California, showed that pregnant women living within a few miles of farms where pesticides like Naled were sprayed had a 60 percent increased risk of their child developing autism spectrum disorders or experiencing developmental delays.

Dr. David Perlmutter, a board-certified neurologist, said that authorities need to take a step back and look at the broader picture of these spraying interventions when weighing up risk versus benefit.

"We should prove safety and not just say well because it hasn't been proven detrimental it's ok. That's not good enough," he said.

Aug 18 09:48

Caterpillar Retail Orders Suffer Second Biggest Plunge Since Financial Crisis

Caterpillar's rolling 3-month retail machine sales dropped by 19% in July vs the more modest 12% fall in June and May.

Aug 18 09:47

The Biggest Hack Yet: Why A Leak Of Clinton Foundation Documents Is Imminent

So in case this is indeed just a preview of what is to come, what data is about to be released?

As Reuters notes, "although no documents have emerged, the attacks have left some Democrats and Clinton campaign officials worried that the hackers might have obtained emails and voice messages that could be used to reinforce Republican charges that donors to the Clinton Foundation were rewarded with access to Clinton and her aides while she was secretary of state or to her husband, former President Bill Clinton."

In other words, the hack will confirm what most have already known: the foundation granted favors in exchange for "speaking fees."

Aug 18 09:42

Venezuela Confiscates Guns As Murder Rates Soar

As murder rates soar in the capital city of Caracas, government officials look to seize guns and register ammunition...

Aug 18 09:35

Asda has worst quarterly sales drop blaming food deflation

Asda has reported a drop in sales of 7.5% in the past three months, its worst quarterly performance on record.

Walmart chief executive Doug McMillon blamed the dip on food deflation and "the competitive environment".

Aug 18 09:26

The Shadow Brokers auction demonstrates why it is a bad idea to hoard security holes

The Shadow Group getting its hands on what increasingly look like actual tools used by one of the most advanced government sponsored threat actors shows that no one is immune to leaks. Hoarding such tools, or keeping zero day exploits secret, will eventually become a major problem to individuals and organisations. It is only a matter of time before the secrets get leaked. The information is going to eventually get into the wild, so it is safer to inform the affected companies of the zero day exploits.

Microsoft just unintentionally demonstrated why backdoors are a bad idea when it accidentally released configuration files that made Microsoft technologies vulnerable to some kinds of attacks.

Aug 18 09:15

IRmep briefing about the lawsuit to block US Aid to Israel 8 11 2016


They won two suits already and now they are suing to end all aid to Israel

Aug 18 09:03

China And The U.S. Are Approaching Dangerous Seas

A combination of recent events, underpinned by long-running historical strains reaching back more than 60 years, has turned the western Pacific into one of the most hazardous spots on the globe. The tension between China and the United States “is one of the most striking and dangerous themes in international politics,” says The Financial Times’ longtime commentator and China hand, Gideon Rachman.

Aug 18 09:01

Could a Nap A Day Save Your Life?

By Dr. Jane Gilbert

Napping is not just for dogs and children. Some of the world’s most influential thinkers and leaders have catnapped every day. Albert Einstein, Winston Churchill, Salvador Dali, John F Kennedy and Calvin Coolidge all found that a short snooze left them refreshed, recharged and ready to work. Science confirms that napping can help beat the post-lunch slump and boost cognitive performance, but now there is evidence that a siesta could also save your life...

Aug 18 08:41

Economics Counterfeiters Hackers & Rigged Elections

We accept that the Intel Agencies engineer coups, color revolutions, drug running etc, so why not rigging the elections and our money supply.

Aug 18 08:38

Economics Counterfeiters Hackers & Rigged Elections

We accept that the Intel Agencies engineer coups, color revolutions, drug running etc, so why not rigging the elections and our money supply.

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