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U.S. government admits it poisoned soldiers with Agent Orange after decades of denial

7 hours ago - At long last, following years of delay, the U.S. government has finally admitted that it poisoned its own troops in Vietnam decades ago through the mass use of the herbicide known as "Agent Orange." In recent days, federal officials agreed to provide millions of dollars in ...

Hillary Clinton: “If I’m President, We Will Attack Iran”

7 hours ago - Fact: US and Israeli intelligence both say Iran’s nuclear program has no military component. No evidence whatever suggests Tehran wants one. Plenty indicates otherwise. As a 2008 presidential aspirant, she addressed AIPAC’s annual convention saying: The ...

North Korea reveals supposed cure for Ebola, MERS, AIDS, cancer and more

8 hours ago - A family destroyed: Six-month-old dies after clinic injects baby with 13 vaccines at once without mother's informed consent March Against Monsanto explodes globally... World citizens stage massive protests across 38 countries, 428 cities... mainstream media pretends it ...

Stupidity and intelligence: Science, GMOs and our food

18 hours ago - How industrial-scale farming is actually becoming anti-science. "Science" is derived from the scire - "to know". Each of us should know what we are eating, how it was produced, what impact it has on our health. The knowledge we need for growing food is knowledge of ...

North Korean Scientist Defects; Will Testify On Human Experimentation

19 hours ago - A North Korean biochemical weapons researcher absconded to Finland last month, taking with him a data storage device containing details of human experiments, a source told Yonhap News Agency this week (July 2). The 47-year-old expert, known only as Lee, was a researcher at a ...

NASA Loses Contact With New Horizons, Pluto Spacecraft Enters 'Safe Mode'

21 hours ago - The New Horizons probe is hurtling towards Pluto, now just 10 days away from its close approach we waited nine years for. But as the images started coming closer into view this last few weeks, they started to show INCREDIBLY INTERESTING potentially artificial structures on the ...

Ceres spots continue to mystify. NASA's Dawn Spacecraft about to black-out soon, too?

1 day ago - The closer we get to Ceres, the more intriguing the distant dwarf planet becomes. New images of Ceres from NASA's Dawn spacecraft provide more clues about its mysterious bright spots, and also reveal a pyramid-shaped peak towering over a relatively flat landscape. "The surface of ...

Ufology is kaput, down and out? A Dying Subject?

1 day ago - In a new article titled “Ufology entering its Dark Ages?” Rich Reynolds makes interesting observations on the current condition of Ufology and what the future may bring for the subject. As Rich notes, at his UFO Conjectures blog: “Several UFO enthusiasts (besides me) are ...

Physicist claims Bob Lazar did work at Los Alamos

1 day ago - Bob Lazar is the alleged UFO whistleblower whose claims of working on back engineering alien spacecraft at Area 51 have made the secretive base famous. Officials have denied his claims that he worked for the government as a scientist, and, until now, no one has ever come forth to say ...

Solar system-wide 'climate change': Rosetta spacecraft sees sinkholes on comet

1 day ago - The European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft first began orbiting comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in August 2014. Almost immediately, scientists began to wonder about several surprisingly deep, almost perfectly circular pits on the comet's surface. Now, a new study based on close-up ...

One Look At These Optical Illusions And Your Brain Might Explode

1 day ago - Optical illusions are meant to mess with your mind. They'll make you go cross-eyed in no time. There's usually a very simple explanation for what's going on in an illusion, but I still can't wrap my head around what's happening most of the time. Here are a few animated illusions ...

First time ever: Scientists use Wi-Fi signals to power camera without battery

1 day ago - Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have used Wi-Fi signals to power a battery-free camera five metres away, an advance that brings the idea of Internet of things closer to reality. Internet of things is the concept that almost every object could be fitted with a chip ...

Impossible Chronology: History Is All Wrong

1 day ago - Archaeologists have made it possible willingly or unwillingly, to question history as we know it thanks to the numerous discoveries that have been made in the past. Strangely, there are quite a few ancient texts that speak of times where Giants, heroes, gods and demigods ruled ...

13 Spooky Bridges You Won't Want To Cross

1 day ago - Crossing over a bridge has both symbolic and practical meanings. That's why it should come as no surprise that bridges are often at the center of paranormal legends. Bridges large and small across the country come with sinister tales of violence, tragedy, and fear. Here are 13 of the ...

A Drone Was Flying Over Alaskan Waters And Caught Something Unbelievable On Tape

1 day ago - How often is it that you actually get to see a whale? Almost never, right? Even when you go on whale-watching tours, you most likely won't be seeing any such thing. But if you're lucky enough to get a glimpse of these amazing creatures, it's an image that will always stick with you. ...