DoJ Will Not Sue States That Legalized Marijuana

Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism August 30, 2013           The Department of Justice (DoJ) stated that they will not challenge Colorado and Washington State for legalizing the use of marijuana for medicinal and recreational use. The catch

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Study: Because of Coal Burning the Oceans Are Polluted With Mercury

Researchers from the University of Michigan (UoM) have concluded that 80% of the mercury (methylmercury) found in deep-feeding North Pacific fish is produced by the deep oceans themselves. Species of fish studied were: • Flying fish • Mahi-Mahi • Bigeye

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No More Organ Harvesting From Prisoners, Says China

Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism August 19, 2013           In China, a new national donation system is being implemented to replace the current organ harvesting from deceased prisoners. Two-thirds of the organs “donated” come from prisoners; even

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UK Court Rules to Sterilize Man With Low IQ

Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism August 20, 2013         In a British court, a man known as DE was approved for sterilization after being identified as having learning disabilities. DE had one child with his girlfriend who is

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DoD Report: Nuclear Reactors at Risk For 9/11 Style Attack

The Nuclear Proliferation Prevention Project (NPPP) at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas published a report claiming that all of the 107 nuclear facilities across the nation are vulnerable to a “high-force terrorist attack”. Alan

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Google’s Moto X Cell Phone is First Gen Listening Device

Motorola Mobility, owned by Google, have announced their new phone, Moto X that is a pioneer in surveillance technology. Without draining the cell phone battery, Moto X can listen to everything within its vicinity. Cell phones that monitor auditory environments

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Human Guinea Pig: 8 Year Old Girl May Hold Key to Immortality

Gabby Williams is 8 years old and has not aged because of a “mysterious condition” that keeps her trapped in an infant’s body. Mary Margaret Williams, Gabby’s mother, explained that her daughter has not changed much since she was born.

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EPA Thinks New Labels on Pesticides Will Protect Bees

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) refuses to take pesticides off the market that have recently been proven to contribute to colony collapse disorder (CCD). Their compromise is to require new pesticide labels (NPL) “in an ongoing effort to protect bees

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Researchers: Neanderthals Taught Humans How to Use Bone Tools

Scientists gathered to participate in the analysis of new evidence surrounding Neanderthals at the University of Wollongong. Their conclusions center around specialized tools, crafted from deer ribs that were discovered with Neanderthal dead. Previously these tools were solely associated with

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Study: Near Death Experience Just Surge of Electrical Brain Activity

Researchers at the University of Michigan (UoM) have discovered that the brain does remain conscious after the heart stops beating, which correlates with 20% of persons who have had a near-death experience (NDE). Elizabeth Taylor claimed to have had an

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Google Admits Gmail Users Have No Expectation of Privacy

Consumer Watchdog (CWD) has uncovered court documents that reveal Google believes their 425 million users do not have a “reasonable expectation” to privacy with regard to emails sent and received through their Gmail accounts. John Simpson, privacy project director for

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Hacker Spied on 2 Year Old Through WiFi Connected Baby Monitor

Marc Gilbert, father of two, was disturbed to hear the sound of a European man calling his two year old daughter by name over a video baby monitor installed in the child’s bedroom. The voice made lewd comments and called

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Scientists Are Now Able to Measure Human Consciousness

The quest to locate consciousness in the human brain has perplexed scientists and philosophers alike. Researchers from the University of Milan have developed a new technique to measure consciousness that is expected to improve treatment of patients with brain injuries

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DoJ Files Criminal Charges: JPM & BoA Implicated in Housing Fraud

The Department of Justice (DoJ) is conducting criminal and civil investigations on JP Morgan Chase & Co (JPM) after they announced their quarterly earnings. Bank of America (BoA) is also under investigation from the DoJ and the Security Exchange Commission

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