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Published: Thu, 23 Jan 2014 23:46:55 PST

 



Reports Pour In that Guccifer, the Hacker Against the Illuminati, Has Been Arrested

Thu, 23 Jan 2014 23:44:30 PST

Motivated by a quest to expose suspected associates of the Illuminati and alleged supporters of a New World Order, political talking heads and other notable wealthy have been quite leery of the unknown hacker who went by the name of Guccifer. Until very recently, the hacker was able to covertly infiltrate the email accounts and other online correspondences of the likes of Colin Powell and former U.S. President George W. Bush, whose revealing hobby paintings were made public for all to see. Reports confirm that Guccifer has been arrested.



Mondelez International May Use Microsoft Kinect to Track Your Snack Buying Habits

Fri, 18 Oct 2013 19:00:37 PST

A couple of months ago, the video game system Kinect made headlines with the upcoming release of the Xbox One, which was to reportedly possess the capabilities to 'spy on' the activities in a household even when the system was not in use. The company has since modified some of the restrictions and abilities of the system, but the Kinect software is still making waves in discussions regarding the possible invasion of privacy, and this time, it has nothing to do with video games.



The Future Could Bring Nano-Chips Placed in the Body that Monitor Your Health (and Possibly Other Things?)

Wed, 09 Oct 2013 23:14:42 PST

Health is a topic of conversation in America that will get many people's ear perking up, as we live in a society that is ultra-conscious of our appearance, longevity, and overall physical wellbeing. We spend our hard-earned money on the latest anti-aging trends and undergo procedures to add years to our lives. Rarely questioning the possible side effects or repercussions, we generally accept the latest advancements in technology without questioning just how far it can go. The latest scientific achievement of concern? A nano-chip that can monitor your cells, and aid in determining just how healthy you are.



Researchers Tested GMO 'Golden Rice' on Kids Without Parents Knowing it's Genetically Modified

Tue, 08 Oct 2013 23:53:37 PST

When it comes to the foods we eat, Americans and the rest of the world are treading a fine line between FDA-approved healthiness and the effects of dangerously greedy companies concerned only with lining their pockets with green. In an effort to produce stronger, pest-resistant crops and intentionally prevent Mother Nature from doing her duty, big business is constantly finding ways to cut corners. Most recently, the issue of GMO (genetically modified) rice being tested on kids without a parent's consent is stirring up heated debates regarding a biotech invention known as 'Golden Rice.'



Is the 'Future of Entertainment' Just Another Ploy to Breach Our Privacy?

Tue, 24 Sep 2013 23:55:35 PST

If you've ever seen the Tom Cruise science fiction flick 'Minority Report,' then you know that movie-goers have already been introduced to the concept that the future may bring elite police and military units that have highly advanced methods of tracking people and dealing with crime. Some of the extreme equipment and tools that characters in the film used to bring criminals to justice involved a wearable and wireless progressive form of technology. In recent headlines, a startup company in Canada would like to use this same 'interface' style for product creating a lot of buzz within the entertainment industry.



Video Game Grand Theft Auto V Incorporates Illuminati Symbolism

Sun, 22 Sep 2013 23:01:54 PST

We already know that the Grand Theft Auto franchise has a reputation for glorifying violence and depraved behavior, such as inflicting bodily harm, obscene language, using weapons, and of course…stealing cars, but there's something else disturbing about the latest installment of the ultra-popular video game title. Not only do you get the same type of game play in Grand Theft Auto V, but the symbolism and support for a certain secret society is also gaining quite a bit of attention.



Big Brother in a Trash Bin?

Tue, 13 Aug 2013 08:17:18 PST

We've all known that hidden cameras are situated on street corners and grocery stores, and you may have heard about clothing store mannequins 'watching' the moves of shoppers in California, but did you know that some people are being tracked by trash cans? In London, an advertising firm has been recently ordered to immediately cease the use of a system of high-tech trash cans that have the ability to track people as they walk through the financial district in the city. This is just another example of how far the government and companies will go to pinpoint your every move, as well as breach your personal privacy.



The Latest in Mind Control – Using the Brain to Create 3D Objects

Wed, 29 May 2013 11:51:30 PST

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We already know that the power of the mind is extraordinary, and scientists are constantly amazed by it. Now, the latest in mind control innovations will include the first physical object created by the power of the mind – thanks to a tech company in Chile. A 'creative group' of thinkers belonging to Thinker Thing have recently announced their success this May – creating a physical object that uses a brain-computer interface headset. The question is – what does this kind of technological advancement mean for the future?



Have you Heard of Guccifer – A Politicians' Worst Nightmare?

Sun, 24 Mar 2013 23:57:03 PST

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One of the latest mysteries in the world of politics is the identity of a hacker who successfully infiltrated into the email and other online accounts of well-known political personalities. Known by his or her online name of 'Guccifer,' the hacker's motives to be appear aimed at some of the most elite members of politics in Washington, DC. Described as an 'Illuminati-obsessed hacker' – Guccifer has targeted the likes of Hillary Clinton and Colin Powell.



Advanced Technology Includes Spy Drones the Size of Bumblebees and Shape of Mosquitos

Fri, 08 Mar 2013 09:24:31 PST

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Warmer weather approaching in the spring and summer season means the mosquitoes will come out to terrorize family picnics, camping trips, and other outdoor activities. However, if the military and government have their way, you may one day have to take a really good look at the insect hovering overhead. Drone technology is advancing at an impressive rate, and already the government's and military's watchful eye includes much more than the average surveillance aircraft.



In 2 Months, If You Pirate Copyrighted Content, Your Internet Provider Will Make You Walk The Plank

Tue, 30 Oct 2012 22:13:11 PST

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Your internet provider has secretly been making huge legal strides in identifying unknown pirates who are downloading illegal copyrighted content using your internet connection. In as little as 2 months, you will soon be getting warning letters to cease and desist, even if you are knowingly or not knowingly downloading copyrighted content. You might even have to go to court to defend yourself. Not only is this a clear violation concerning internet rights, but soon what will be stopping them from collecting private information about you? It seems that internet privacy will soon be a thing of the past.



The UN Calls For Worldwide Internet Surveillance To Fight Terrorism

Fri, 26 Oct 2012 05:21:10 PST

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The United Nations is calling for worldwide internet surveillance to help fight terrorism. They believe that the purpose of this crusade is to stop terrorist "propaganda" from being posted on frequented sites, like Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. But does protecting the public against terrorists mean the sacrifice of our internet privacy? You'll be surprised what our elected officials have said.



5,000 Year Old Vimana Flying Machine Discovered In Afghanistan

Fri, 05 Oct 2012 00:28:40 PST

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Reports are coming out that an ancient flying machine called a "vimana" has been discovered entrapped in a "time well" in Afghanistan. The most disturbing part of this news is that the American soldiers who discovered it suddenly disappeared when removing it. Could these machines be the remarkable flying ships described an ancient India folklore? And could there be a connection to something even extraterrestrial?



The Army Says Social Networking Is A Sign Of Radicalism

Fri, 05 Oct 2012 00:03:09 PST

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The Army says that if you use social networking than you might be a terrorist. Or at least its one of the signs of future terrorism. A new study conducted by the Army has made a list of warning signs in order to stop future catastrophes. But is the use of social networking really mean that your ideals lean toward radicalism. This study just might surprise you.



Facebook Caught Selling YOUR Personal Information

Thu, 04 Oct 2012 15:14:32 PST

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Since Facebook's stock hit the market, it has been in steady decline every month. This company that was once bolstered as one of the most powerful companies in the world has suddenly sunk to a new low: selling your personal information. An investigation is at hand because changes to Facebook's privacy section was not disclosed to the public properly. So the next time you feel the need to let the world know how your feeling or what you like, be careful, cause someone will be watching.



Geologists Spend $1 Billion To Reach The Earth's Mantle

Wed, 03 Oct 2012 14:20:16 PST

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If you seen the movie "The Core" then you remember the epic journey that geologists undertook to reach the earth's core to save the planet. Well this is like the that story except it's real and it's only to the mantle. Geologists hope to discover not only information on how our planet works but also hope to discover information to predict future planetary changes. Hopefully this trip is more educational than apocalyptic.



Chinese Hackers Hack White House Military Office Used For Nuclear Commands

Mon, 01 Oct 2012 14:47:58 PST

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The White House has confirmed today that last month Chinese hackers were able to hack into the White House Military Office that houses the United States nuclear commands. While the attack was thwarted and no serious damage done, the fact that such a cyber attack against our nuclear deterrent was event thought of really brings to light just how vulnerable our national cyber defenses. If such attacks are a regular occurrence like the White House says, who's to say that the next time they hack into our nuclear commands they don't trigger World War III.



Scientists Have Successfully Hacked the Human Brain to Retrieve Data

Sun, 23 Sep 2012 19:40:25 PST

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Scientists have been able to successfully hack the human brain to retrieve important data such as bank information or other private information. With the use of a $300 off the shelf device called an Emotiv brain computer interface, a user is shown images on a computer and the device can decipher brain wave activity to find out your deepest darkest secrets. Is this the technology the beginning of a new type of interrogation method against would be terrorists and or criminals or will this technology be abused to suit more sinister motives?



Germany Finds More Malicious Code In Internet Explorer

Fri, 21 Sep 2012 12:13:49 PST

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The German government urged the public to stop using Microsoft Internet Explorer following the discovery of a bug in the software that makes the computer that it is on vulnerable to hacker attacks. This bug enables hackers to take over the victims computer after its visits a malicious site. Experts fear that the malicious code will spread to all computers around that world. Just more problems for Internet Explorer.



NASA Developing Real Life Warp Drive Within Our Lifetime!

Wed, 19 Sep 2012 21:52:39 PST

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NASA scientists are starting to develop a real life warp drive like those seen in science fiction. This is no joke. Many NASA physicists say that the concept of traveling light years in the matter of days or weeks might not be that difficult after all. Twenty years ago, the chance of interstellar space travel would of been preposterous to mainstream scientists. Now, it seems that it's not only possible, it's also achievable.