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Mar 17 12:09

Can nuclear fusion cure cancer?

An experiment using an accelerator-based neutron beam for cancer therapy was successfully performed in Siberia in early March. According to scientists, the method can be used for the most malignant types of tumors that do not respond to traditional treatments; for example, glioblastoma, a common form of brain tumor, which has an average life expectancy of just over a year. The experiment's purpose was to confirm that boron-infused cancer cells die from exposure to neutrons, and to establish the necessary dose and time. The research was carried out by Russian scientists at the Institute of Nuclear Physics, and Japanese neurosurgeons from the University of Tsukuba. "This is the only effective way to deal with invasive tumors whose cells are distributed throughout the body," Dr. Alexander Zaboronok, associate professor of the University of Tsukuba, told RBTH. "It is impossible to completely remove or destroy them using conventional methods.

Mar 17 12:07

Yandex.Money helps tourists build foreign currency reserves

Tourists can now convert leftover currencies into online deposits before flying home. Yandex.Money, Russia's largest electronic payment service, has launched a new tool for travelers to convert leftover foreign coins and bills into online deposits with the help of e-wallets and TravelersBox kiosks at international airports all around the world. “With 25 million user accounts Yandex.Money has 170,000 cash acceptance points across Russia and the CIS,'' said Anna Kuzmina, deputy chief commercial officer at Yandex.Money. "Thanks to TravelersBox, Yandex.Money users now have the opportunity to deposit leftover currencies to their e-wallets when traveling in Manchester, Istanbul, Tbilisi, Milan, and other cities worldwide. TravelersBox already has 75 kiosks in six countries and plans to open 150 more kiosks this year, which means that Yandex.Money will be available for tourists in even more international locations,” said Tomer Zussman, TravelersBox CEO.

Mar 17 12:05

Russia unveils military robots

Robots are a part of daily life for Russia's armed forces, taking on hazardous and "dirty" work and forming a completely new type of army. At present, common technical requirements and standards are being developed for the military robots. The issue of import substitution needs to be resolved, testing grounds have to be established and effective cooperation between the defense industry and the end user of the robotics – the Ministry of Defense – must be organized. The new robotic systems are already undergoing testing and according to the head of Russia's Robotics Research and Test Center, Sergei Popov, they will enter service in 2016.

Mar 17 11:59

Lend-Lease: A loan that became history

The Americans remembered a law from 1892 in accordance with which the defense secretary can "lease army property for a maximum of five years if the country does not need it." Based on this law a supply program was developed, which Roosevelt signed into law on March 11, 1941. Soviet leader Joseph Stalin decided to join Lend-Lease soon after Hitler's Germany invaded the USSR in June 1941... After the end of WWII the U.S. asked countries to pay for the civilian supplies they received (steamboats, trucks, power plants). The U.S. believed that the USSR had to pay $1.3 billion, yet Soviet government officials said they could only pay $170 million. Obviously, the U.S. did not accept these conditions, which led to talks in 1972 at which the two countries signed an agreement whereby the USSR was obliged to pay the U.S. $722 million by 2001.

Mar 17 11:48

GOP Insider Admits: “That’s just the way it is… We Choose the Nominee, Not the Voters”

This GOP official made a brazen admission that, well, voting doesn’t matter.

Political parties, not voters, choose their presidential nominees, a Republican convention rules member told CNBC, a day after GOP front-runner Donald Trump rolled up more big primary victories.

“The media has created the perception that the voters choose the nomination. That’s the conflict here,” Curly Haugland, an unbound GOP delegate from North Dakota


Mar 17 11:35

UC Regents Conclude: "Anti-Zionism and other forms of discrimination have no place at the University of California."

The 'Office of the Secretary and Chief of Staff' for the University of California system recommended that the UC Regents adopt the recently released 'Working Group on Principles Against Intolerance.' This is to occur at the upcoming March 23, 2016 meeting. While much of it is mind-numbingly boring and droning gobble-dee-gook, below are the relevant paragraphs. They begin with a little background, give platitudes to freedom of speech, and then begin with their squirrely language which can be interpreted basically however the regime in power at any given time wants it to be interpreted. Their first paragraph, however, states very clearly that anti-Zionism is 'discrimination' and will not be tolerated.

Mar 17 11:33

Video: ExoMars Launch 360 Footage: Russia/Europe Mission To Red Planet Blast-Off From Baikonur

A rocket has blasted off from Baikonur Cosmodrome carrying a pair of spacecraft which hope to find if there really is life on Mars.

Mar 17 11:27

Survival Hacks: With These 17 Tricks, You Can Improvise Through Any Crisis

One part of prepping is gathering and storing lots of useful gear and supplies.

Another part is honing your skills so that you could likely manage without any of those supplies – if you had to.


Mar 17 11:27

How Bernie Can Still Become President This Year

“Hillary slams the door on Bernie,” screamed a headline after Bernie Sanders failed to win in Ohio. Once again, the left most Democratic Party candidate has been thwarted. Most of the super delegates, an anti-democratic rule employed to keep a leftist candidate from having a chance, have gone to Madam Clinton.

Mar 17 11:20

The Geopolitics of the Central Bank System: The genesis of the oligarchic banking order

...The jewel in the crown of the international banking system, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, was created in 1930 under the Young Plan. This special institution benefits from all possible immunities and enjoys diplomatic privileges, which makes it a State within a State. Today, the BIS acts as a central bank for central banks, and serves as an umbrella for various central bankers – in Western and affiliated countries – by holding regular meetings and organizing and overseeing the monetary policies they implement. The BIS, which is largely unknown to the public, played a key role in the Nazis’ economic miracle between the two World Wars, for it enabled much of the financing for Germany’s reconstruction, as well as its remilitarization under Nazi rule.

Mar 17 11:15

Video: Keiser Report: Fanatical Central Banking

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss fanatical central bankers doubling down on a failed policy after forgetting their original aim.

Mar 17 11:12

Newest Russian Mi-28N & Ka-52 Helicopters Spotted in Syria

The Ministry of Defense of Russia has transferred the latest combat helicopters Mi-28N and Ka-52 to Syria. This is evidenced by video recordings by the TV channel "Zvezda" and the agency Reuters, which was filmed at the Khmeimim airbase. The Mi-28N helicopter is seen flying over the airbase at around 15 seconds in the video filmed by Reuters. Ka-52 is seen at the beginning of the "Zvezda" video in the background of the su-24 front-line bomber. Ka-52 is without blades, which probably suggests that it was only recently transferred to the base by military transport aircraft. Previously, the Russian airforce used only the Mi-24 and Mi-35 military helicopters in Syria. At the same time, the Mi-28N, known as the "Night hunter", is used by the Iraq air force against terrorists...

Mar 17 11:10

Jaafari: Russia may Re-deploy with Syrian coordination

China's CCTV broadcast a public official statement from Bashar al-Jaafari, Syria's official representative to the UN and the head of the Syrian negotiating team, which at first glance was a restatement of what has already been said over the last few days through numerous outlets. Yes, the Russian withdrawal was 'no surprise' to Syria, as every move had been a calculation coordinated jointly with the Syrian government and army. However, what some may not have caught, was one stand-out word - redeploy. We think its significant. "Our friends and allies, the Russians, came to Syria by the [sic] joint decision, and the day they will leave, or withdraw, or redeploy their forces, partially or totally, it will be done again, and again, and again, through a joint Syrian-Russian coordinated action."

Mar 17 11:08

Putin's Escape - the Implications - Mohamed Habib Marzouki (Tunisian academic, philosopher and politician)

*This piece further illustrates just how deluded the Salafi beasts are...*

Mar 17 11:02

US Justice Department Probing New Jersey City’s Denial To Build Mosque

The US Justice Department is investigating whether a city in New Jersey violated religious freedom laws when it denied a plan by a group of Muslims to build a mosque.