Science 10 articles

Fed Agencies Plunder State IDs For Face Recognition

Following in the footsteps of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which assigned $1 billion to fund a facial recognition program to scan the faces of all passengers, including Americans with no criminal record, who board airplane flights exiting the country. You Might Like All this money is being spent to build a national […]

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Why Are World Leaders Going To Antarctica?

Antarctica is a very interesting place. It is a massive continent located over the Earth’s South Pole with no owner and no government. Twelve countries have made territorial claims there and 52 nations share international control over the frozen wasteland whose harsh climate appeals only to penguins and a few other hardy animals. You Might […]

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UFOs, Pyramids And Octagons In Antarctica

Antarctica is the enormous icy continent which covers the Earth’s South Pole. Twelve countries have made territorial claims there and 52 nations share international control over the desolate land mass which has no single owner or formal government. You Might Like Since 1961, Antarctica (which comprises 10 percent of the total land mass on Earth) […]

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Google Automates Blacklists, Part 4 of 4

[This is Part Four of a 4-part series of articles about how tech giant Google rose to power and is using it to suppress customers and content it deems “unfriendly,” “hateful,” and even “editorial.” Part One, Part 2, and Part 3 set the stage for current events surrounding the online monopoly’s increasingly controversial bans on […]

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AOC Claims Tornadoes are Proof of Climate Change

It would appear that AOC’s latest target regarding climate change are tornados. You Might Like It all started on Thursday when the National Weather Service issued a “tornado warning” for the D.C. area — this apparently freaked out the freshmen lawmaker. She instantly went on Instagram to proclaim, “The climate crisis is real y’all. Guess […]

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Fukushima Still Leaking, Still Lethal – Part 2

This is Part 2 of a two-part article on the aftermath of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster which continues to pollute the Earth with highly toxic radiation. You Might Like On March 11, 2011, an enormously powerful undersea 9.0 magnitude megathrust earthquake off the northeastern coastline of Japan triggered a devastating tsunami which […]

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