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Mar 29 09:55

911 Clues Everyone Missed

Mar 29 09:51

Russia Calls For UNSC Briefing Over Deadly US Airstrike On Mosul

The Russian Foreign Minister has called for a UN Security Council briefing over a recent US airstrike on Mosul which claimed the lives of more than 200 Iraqi civilians.

Mar 29 09:39

Michael Moore Loses It (Again): Warns Of "Extinction Of Human Life Due To Donald Trump"

"Historians in the near future will mark today, March 28, 2017, as the day the extinction of human life on earth began, thanks 2 Donald Trump"

Mar 29 09:35

Rand Paul Drops TruthBombs on Congress About US Warmongering And Unconstitutional Wars

Rand Paul: Will we add another commitment to defend yet another foreign country? Will we send more Americans to die in undeclared wars?

Mar 29 09:19

Alarming levels of lead and cadmium found in Trader Joe’s, Hershey’s, and other chocolates

The 2016 report by As You Sow examined 50 different popular chocolates and found that many of them contain amounts of lead and cadmium that exceed the amounts that the state of California deems safe. Some chocolate brands contained as much as nine times the level of lead the Golden State considers to be safe to reproductive health. Others contained amounts of cadmium that were equivalent to seven times the maximum daily exposure limit.

Multiple samples from the 50 different chocolate candies were sent to an independent lab for analysis. The organization refrained from disclosing the exact amounts of lead and cadmium found in the chocolates, in hopes that they can work with the chocolate manufacturers to reduce the amounts of the metals found in their products and pinpoint the source of the toxins.

Mar 29 09:17

20 awesome projects for Raspberry Pi

The DIY dream

Raspberry Pi — a tiny, stripped-down $35 computer — hit the market in 2011 with the intention of helping promote basic computer science skills in schools. It has become the DIY gadget-maker's go-to device. Tinkerers, hobbyists, educators and students — basically anyone who likes to build things — have taken to the Internet with project after project utilizing the Raspberry Pi.

In early 2015, a second generation, the Raspberry Pi 2, was introduced. And now it celebrates another milestone: 10 million units sold. To mark the occasion, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched a "Pi-in-a-Box" starter kit to get even more of us to learn about and use the low-cost computer. It'll go on sale in the U.K. for £99 and hit other markets soon.

Mar 29 09:15

The 265 members of Congress who sold you out to ISPs, and how much it cost to buy them

Republicans in Congress just voted to reverse a landmark FCC privacy rule that opens the door for ISPs to sell customer data. Lawmakers provided no credible reason for this being in the interest of Americans, except for vague platitudes about “consumer choice” and “free markets,” as if consumers at the mercy of their local internet monopoly are craving to have their web history quietly sold to marketers and any other 3rd party willing to pay.

Mar 29 09:13

10 surprisingly practical Raspberry Pi projects anybody can do

Most of the Raspberry Pi coverage you’ll see around the web focuses on the more fantastical projects—magic mirrors, portable gaming handhelds, intelligent drones, and so forth. And for good reason! Those maker masterpieces show what sort of power the $35 mini-PC is capable of in the hands of someone with a little imagination and a bin full of spare electronics.

But most people won’t use the Raspberry Pi to whip together crazy creations.

In honor of Pi Day and the recent releases of the supercharged Raspberry Pi 3 and dirt-cheap Raspberry Pi Zero, we’re digging into the more practical projects possible with the Raspberry Pi, from media streaming to extending the range of your Wi-Fi network. It’s time to put that $35 computer to real work.

Mar 29 09:13

Commercial fisherman releases 30 tonnes of mackerel to save dolphins trapped in nets

A Tauranga fishing boat skipper who was forced to release an estimated 30 tonnes of jack mackerel to save six dolphins caught in his net is being praised for his actions by fishing company Sanford Ltd - and by a boatload of recreational fishers who saw the drama unfold.

Mar 29 09:04

Israeli police kill Palestinian woman who tried to stab them

police spokesmen said.

Mar 29 08:47

It's Happening, It's Exactly What We Thought The Deep State Would Do

Jeff Session's is now going after sanctuary cities. The deep state and their pawns are trying to get Nunes to step down. Trey Gowdy says no way, Nunes says no way. The deep state is worried about the next truth bomb and how the American people will react to it.

Mar 29 08:44

WikiLeaks Task Force - FactCheck: Misrepresenting Stone’s Prescience

Rep. Adam Schiff laid out a series of “coincidences” to build a circumstantial case that President Trump’s campaign associates may have colluded with the Russians

Mar 29 08:41

Cisco learned from Wikileaks that the CIA had hacked its systems

CIA spokeswoman Heather Fritz Horniak declined to comment

Mar 29 08:39

Scott Adams: The Systems President

Was President Trump’s first attempt at getting a healthcare bill a failure?

Your answer to that question probably depends on whether you are a goals-thinker or a systems-thinker.

Mar 29 08:39

Dressed Like The Joker, A Defiant Hillary Clinton Takes The Stage Calling For ‘Resistance’ Of New Administration

On Tuesday, she urged voters to resist Trump policies that she said included suspicion of refugees and voter suppression in some areas. "These are bad policies that will hurt people and take our country in the wrong direction," Clinton said, relaying what she had become one of her mantras since the November election. "It's the kinds of things you think about when you take long walks in the woods," she said. "Resist, insist, persist, enlist."

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