Hey, the insurers have got to get paid and we’ve got to make sure Obamacare limps through the last few months of Obama’s administration. Between not getting to nominate a Supreme Court Justice, the recent veto override by Congress, the Iran payoff bit, the Comey pass for Clinton, and the racial strife Obama’s not going out well. If Obamacare finally and truly died that’d just be icing on the legacy cake.
Humanoid robots were out of fashion at this year’s RoboBusiness, the annual exhibition in San Jose, California, that pegs itself as “the most important robotics event in the world”.
It was an immense false flag and it shifted the direction of all medical science in a disastrous industrial direction, and has never – even up to today – been exposed. All the false flag researchers were not around to point it out. But they are now and it’s key to stopping this Bayer and Monsanto repeat of 1918.
From high above, Agadez almost blends into the cocoa-colored wasteland that surrounds it. Only when you descend farther can you make out a city that curves around an airfield before fading into the desert. Once a nexus for camel caravans hauling tea and salt across the Sahara, Agadez is now a West African paradise for people smugglers and a way station for refugees and migrants intent on reaching Europe’s shores by any means necessary.
Soon spying streetlights equipped with ShotSpotter microphones will be in every city and town, that’s because GE lighting and ShotSpotter (SST) are working together to spy on everyone.
Berlin, Germany – The most prominent bank in Germany is at risk of failure, with potentially profound effects for the EU, the United States and likely the rest of the world. Deutsche Bank shares have fallen sharply on the news that German Chancellor Angela Merkel won’t bail-out the struggling bank, with shares falling by as much as six percent in early Monday trading, making it the worst performance since 1992. Since January, the bank’s shares have lost over 52 percent of their value.
The world’s largest technology companies hold the keys to some of the largest databases on our planet. Much like goods and coins before it, data is becoming an important currency for the modern world. The data’s value is rooted in its applications to artificial intelligence. Whichever company owns the data, effectively owns AI. Right now that means companies like Facebook, Amazon, Alphabet, IBM and Microsoft have a ton of power.
Obamacare is a dysfunction generating machine. On nearly every level the thing is screwed up. But that is the inherent nature of large government programs. This is Obama’s legacy? Way to go Mr. President. Be sure to thank the Pharma and health insurance company lobbyists on your way out of the White House. I’m sure they’ll be thanking you.
Since the United States was founded, citizenship has represented a safe haven from oppressive regimes around the world. By preserving the principles of small government and free markets, those who were willing to work hard found success, and America became a magnet for innovation. But as the U.S. continues to erode personal and economic freedom, more people than ever before are handing over their U.S. passports to seek better opportunities abroad.
Technology consultants to DARPA may claim the secretive Department of Defense only has innovation for the betterment of humanity in mind, but some of their most outlandish projects tell a different story. How do DARPA’s projects interact with each other and what does this truly mean for us as a civilization?
Police and DHS are using 3M’s Mobile Automatic License Plate Reader (ALPR) camera system to create a nationwide surveillance network. Fyi, automatic number plate recognition was invented in 1976 in the UK. DHS/Police use ALPR’s to create a nationwide ‘hotlist’
Bold legislation introduced in New Jersey last week would not only treat cannabis like tobacco — legalizing it — but would expunge records for individuals previously convicted of certain marijuana-related ‘crimes.’ Should the bill, A4193, pass, convenience stores would be permitted to sell cannabis alongside cigarettes — available to anyone aged 19 and older.
Earlier this month, the United States ratified the Paris climate accord. But new research shows that the US will likely fall short of the environmental pledges made in that agreement, unless new measures to cut greenhouse gases are passed. That’s bleak news ahead of a presidential election that could completely change the US’s commitments to fight climate change.
Trump’s supporters and conservative media say he won. Hillary’s supporters and the liberal media say she won. But who lost the presidential debate last night? Well, America did. America lost because Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are among the most unliked candidates in American political history. We lost because Trump is a billionaire who spent his entire career benefiting from politicians to make his fortune. We lost because Hillary is a politician who spent her entire political career benefiting from billionaires to make her powerful (and rich).
Will the United States really be paying for the next wave of gruesome genetic experiments? The National Institutes of Health, the premier government health agency in the U.S., has recently announced that they are waiting for funding from the government to conduct a study involving mixing human cells into animal embryos.
Corporate giant Nestlé continued its privatization creep on Thursday as it won approval to take over another Canadian community’s water supply, claiming it needed the well to ensure “future business growth.”
The final countdown has begun to the 2016 presidential election, and you can expect to be treated to an earful of carefully crafted sound bites and political spin.
If you watch tonight’s debate, watch how tonight’s Trump-Hillary debate is set up. Are the two podiums the same size? No? Who has the bigger podium? Is the lighting even, or are there shadows? Where do the shadows fall? Is there blue color in the background, which exudes a “calming effect?”
As an adult child of narcissistic parents, it is completely normal for you to live in a constant state of fear. Even though you are free of your narcissistic parent, you may still be afraid of them.
On September 20, 1950, a US Navy ship just off the coast of San Francisco used a giant hose to spray a cloud of microbes into the air and into the city’s famous fog. The military was testing how a biological weapon attack would affect the 800,000 residents of the city. The people of San Francisco had no idea.