18. 11. 2011
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Yuan to replace dollar in 10 years

Yuan to replace dollar in 10 years

Tensions between Beijing and Washington intensified this week as international leaders met to discuss the handling of the South China Sea. As America attempts to involve itself in the region, China is asking...

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17. 11. 2011
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U.S. Strategic Comman cannot pin down satellite anomaly

U.S. Strategic Comman cannot pin down satellite anomaly

The command responsible for U.S. military space operations lacks enough data to determine who interfered with two U.S. government satellites, anomalies behind perhaps the most explosive charge in a report on China sent...

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Border Alert: Nuke war risk rising, Russia warns

Border Alert: Nuke war risk rising, Russia warns

he danger of local armed conflicts along Russia’s borders exploding into full-scale nuclear war has grown following the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia’s chief of staff said on Thursday. ­General Nikolai Makarov...

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17. 11. 2011
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Fake terror plots, paid informants: the tactics of FBI ‘entrapment’ questioned

Fake terror plots, paid informants: the tactics of FBI ‘entrapment’ questioned

Instead Williams and three other struggling local men beset by drug, criminal and mental health issues were convicted of an Islamic terrorist plot to blow up Jewish synagogues and shoot down military jets...

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17. 11. 2011
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Main opposition leader missing in Belarus

Main opposition leader missing in Belarus

A former presidential candidate in Belarus, Andrei Sannikov, has vanished from a penal colony without a trace, his wife said. “Andrei Sannikov has disappeared from Babrujsk colony, neither his relatives nor his lawyer...

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17. 11. 2011
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5 Scientific Advances That Should Have Changed Everything

5 Scientific Advances That Should Have Changed Everything

Read more: 5 Scientific Advances That Should Have Changed Everything | Cracked.com

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16. 11. 2011
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‘Super soldiers': The quest for the ultimate human killing machine

‘Super soldiers': The quest for the ultimate human killing machine

Highly trained and super fit, each one represents a huge investment by the nation that sends them into battle. A soldier who is too tired to fight effectively, who has gone mad or...

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16. 11. 2011
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DARPA Is After Your Password

DARPA Is After Your Password

Most of the password-replacement action at DARPA is taking place within the Active Authentication program, where researchers are studying “innovative approaches that enable revolutionary advances in science, software, or systems” that authenticate a...

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16. 11. 2011
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CIA Won’t Give Ex-Agent a Copy of the Book He Wrote Because It’s Classified

CIA Won’t Give Ex-Agent a Copy of the Book He Wrote Because It’s Classified

Former military intelligence officer Anthony Shaffer is suing the Pentagon and the CIA over their extraordinary attempts to censor Operation Dark Heart, the book he wrote recounting his days as a military spy...

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U.S. military better prepared for cyber warfare: General

U.S. military better prepared for cyber warfare: General

The Defense Department, in a report made public Tuesday, ratcheted up its warnings, saying the United States reserves the right to retaliate with military force against a cyber attack and is boosting its...

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15. 11. 2011
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Federal Housing Administration could require bailout, audit finds

Federal Housing Administration could require bailout, audit finds

There is a nearly 50% chance that the Federal Housing Administration will require a taxpayer bailout as the struggling housing market continues to eat away at the cash reserves of the agency, which...

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A New Intelligence Org on Climate Change is Needed, DSB Says

A New Intelligence Org on Climate Change is Needed, DSB Says

The U.S. intelligence community needs an organization that can assess the impacts of climate change on U.S. national security interests in an open and collaborative manner, according to a new report from the...

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Libya seeks UK firms to develop oil sector and construction industry

Libya seeks UK firms to develop oil sector and construction industry

Libya began touting itself as the next Dubai to UK investors, as the country’s government said it would reward its “friends” when it begins selling off lucrative oil contracts. Oil companies, and their...

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Google X: Secret CIA-like lab of the future?

Google X: Secret CIA-like lab of the future?

The search giant’s vision of the future is being put to the test in a top-secret lab somewhere in the US Bay Area. The facility is giving shareholders the jitters by drawing resources...

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15. 11. 2011
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Safe from a Nuclear Attack?

Safe from a Nuclear Attack?

Find out. >> Would I survive a Nuke Related: Map: The Nuclear Bombs in Your Backyard

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14. 11. 2011
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Ground-to-air missiles could be deployed at London Olympics

Ground-to-air missiles could be deployed at London Olympics

Ground-to-air missiles will be deployed to protect the London Olympics next year, under a plan being drawn up by the Ministry of Defence. Both the RAF and Royal Navy have such weapons in...

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14. 11. 2011
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Chance of 2012 U.S. recession tops 50 percent: Fed paper

Chance of 2012 U.S. recession tops 50 percent: Fed paper

The European debt crisis is raising the odds of a U.S. recession, with economic contraction more likely than not by early 2012, according to research from the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank. >>...

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14. 11. 2011
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“Stop Accepting Nonsense” Ally Bank Commercial Remix

“Stop Accepting Nonsense” Ally Bank Commercial Remix

This is great! >> Source – Youtube: Stop Accepting Nonsense

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14. 11. 2011
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Israeli secret service the Mossad linked to Iran military blast

Israeli secret service the Mossad linked to Iran military blast

A series of news reports linking Israel‘s intelligence agency the Mossad to a blast at a military facility in Iran, in which 17 people were killed and a further 15 wounded, has gained...

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Police seize biggest Rio slum as World Cup clean-up begins

Police seize biggest Rio slum as World Cup clean-up begins

A heavily armed, 3,000-strong security force backed by helicopters took control of Rio’s largest slum in a major operation to expel drug traffickers and prove Brazil can be a peaceful venue for the...

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Bizarre structures in the desert in China discovered on Google Maps

Bizarre structures in the desert in China discovered on Google Maps

What is China building in a remote desert area? Vast, unidentified, structures have been spotted by satellites in the barren Gobi desert, raising questions about what China might be building in a region...

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14. 11. 2011
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A new Nano Unmanned Aerial System (NUAS) that sits on the palm of a hand

A new Nano Unmanned Aerial System (NUAS) that sits on the palm of a hand

BCB International’s Robotics Projects Manager, Barry Davies, said: “The SQ-4 takes surveillance to new heights. Weighing in below 60 grams (2.9 oz) 2 units fits snugly into a soldier’s daypack from which it...

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U.S. Hiring Mercenary Air Force for Iraq Rescues

U.S. Hiring Mercenary Air Force for Iraq Rescues

The State Department has already requisitioned an army, part of the roughly 5,000 private security contractors State is hiring to protect diplomats stationed in Iraq. Now, State is hiring someone to provide a...

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DARPA and MIT Are Making a Robo-OSTRICH That Runs Faster Than You

DARPA and MIT Are Making a Robo-OSTRICH That Runs Faster Than You

Not merely satisfied with having the the top research labs develop robotic dogs and cheetahs and humans, DARPA’s latest endeavor will see the military agency team up with MIT to develop FastRunner, a...

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13. 11. 2011
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Ex-Special Forces Heritage Oil Chief Aim to Gain Energy Deals in Libya

Ex-Special Forces Heritage Oil Chief Aim to Gain Energy Deals in Libya

Tony Buckingham, the British former soldier of fortune who heads Heritage Oil, the exploration firm, appears to have sought assistance from a would-be Conservative MP to get a foothold in Libya, following the...

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12. 11. 2011
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Israel speeds up airliner anti-missile systems

Israel speeds up airliner anti-missile systems

Israel is accelerating plans to equip its civil airliners with bathtub-shaped anti-missile pods because Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip are reported to have acquired advanced Russian surface-to-air missiles plundered from Libyan arsenals....

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Map: The Nuclear Bombs in Your Backyard

The United States currently has 5,113 atomic warheads deployed in silos, bombers, and submarines, mostly in the continental US. That doesn’t include thousands of “zombies” being kept in reserve and a backlog of...

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12. 11. 2011
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Rio drug kingpin claims half his millions went on police bribes

Rio drug kingpin claims half his millions went on police bribes

The kingpin who was Rio de Janeiro’s most wanted drug dealer before his arrest this week has claimed that half his earnings went on paying bribes to police officers.

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12. 11. 2011
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Feds use more unmanned aircraft to secure border

Feds use more unmanned aircraft to secure border

Two Border Patrol agents walked by a patch of brush on a remote ranch and saw nothing. But 19,000 feet overhead in the night sky, a Predator unmanned aircraft kept its heat-sensing eye...

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Washington considers selling bunker-busting bombs to UAE

Washington considers selling bunker-busting bombs to UAE

The Pentagon is considering a significant sale of Joint Direct Attack Munitions made by Boeing, adding to other recent arms deals with the UAE. Those included the sale of 500 Hellfire air-to-surface missiles...

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Low levels of radioactive particles ‘found in Europe’

Low levels of radioactive particles ‘found in Europe’

Low levels of radioactive particles have been detected in the Czech Republic and elsewhere in Europe, the UN nuclear agency has said. The iodine-131 particles do not pose a public health risk, the...

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Scientists tweak gene to create ‘mighty mouse’

Scientists tweak gene to create ‘mighty mouse’

Scientists have created a “mighty mouse” after tweaking a single gene to boost the muscles and enable it to run more than a mile without getting tired. Mice which were genetically altered were...

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Veterans Day November 11th, 2011

Thank all of the men and women who served and sacrificed their lives for our liberties and freedom.  

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10. 11. 2011
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U.S. to increase military presence in Australia

U.S. to increase military presence in Australia

The Obama administration and Australian officials are completing final details of a plan for an increased U.S. military presence “down under.” Diplomatic sources say the formal announcement will come when President Obama visits...

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10. 11. 2011
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UK Treasury prepares for ‘economic armageddon’ if euro falls apart

UK Treasury prepares for ‘economic armageddon’ if euro falls apart

The Treasury and Bank of England are making contingency plans for an “economic Armageddon” if the euro falls apart, business secretary Vince Cable said on Thursday as the European commission slashed its growth...

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10. 11. 2011
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China Is Pillage Africa While African Elites Cash In

China Is Pillage Africa While African Elites Cash In

To win mining licenses worth billions of dollars, a Chinese oil trade company promised poor African countries infrastructure to help develop their land. But now reports are leaking that China Sonagol, also known...

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10. 11. 2011
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SAAB: Rapid 3D Mapping for the Military

SAAB: Rapid 3D Mapping for the Military

Rapid 3D Mapping generates a detailed three-dimensional map of any terrain in just a few hours. The 3D map generated is a geo-referenced and measurable image-based map with an accuracy of 0.3 m....

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09. 11. 2011
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Nigerian military receiving U.S. training

Nigerian military receiving U.S. training

The Nigerian military says the United States is helping train Nigerian troops to combat Boko Haram militants. Nigerian army officials said several units received training in the United States earlier this year on...

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09. 11. 2011
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Fracking Insiders Admit To Employing Military ‘Psychological Operations’ On American Citizens

Fracking Insiders Admit To Employing Military ‘Psychological Operations’ On American Citizens

In his forum called “Designing a Media Relations Strategy To Overcome Concerns Surrounding Hydraulic Fracturing,”  Range Resources communications director Matt Pitzarella explains how to “overcome stakeholder concerns” surrounding fracking. “We have several former psy...

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Army’s Tiny Flea-Bot Can Jump 24 Feet High

Army’s Tiny Flea-Bot Can Jump 24 Feet High

The military’s taken plenty of big steps towards fortifying battlefields with robot armies. Now, they’re taking a giant leap. One that’s twenty-four feet high, to be specific. That’s the elevation achieved by the...

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09. 11. 2011
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Secret US ‘Jedi’ ghost-copters kept out of bin Laden raid

Secret US ‘Jedi’ ghost-copters kept out of bin Laden raid

The top-secret “Stealth Hawk” helicopters aboard which elite US Navy SEAL operatives travelled into Pakistan to kill Osama bin Laden were by no means the most sophisticated aircraft available, according to a new...

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08. 11. 2011
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Seventeen workers exposed to plutonium radiation at Idaho lab

Seventeen workers exposed to plutonium radiation at Idaho lab

Seventeen workers were exposed to low-level radiation from plutonium on Tuesday at a U.S. Energy Department nuclear research lab in Idaho, but there was no risk to the public, the government said. At...

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08. 11. 2011
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The Mayor Bloomberg Puzzler

The Mayor Bloomberg Puzzler

Here is a puzzler for Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York City: What two things do all 15 of these mayors (and former mayors) have in common?

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08. 11. 2011
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Fighting in the Fifth Dimension

Fighting in the Fifth Dimension

It has been called the ‘fifth dimension of warfare’. Along with land, sea, air and space – the cyberworld is a new frontline. Innovations in technology are changing the tactics of modern-day conflict,...

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08. 11. 2011
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12 Scary Facts About The Chinese Water Crisis

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08. 11. 2011
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Navy Resumes Surveillance Airship Program

Navy Resumes Surveillance Airship Program

The MZ-3A is the Navy’s scientific test platform for surveillance cameras, radars and other sensors, and won’t be deployed outside the United States. The airship is a modified A-170 built by the American...

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Coming soon: electromagnetic bomb to ‘numb’ enemy

Coming soon: electromagnetic bomb to ‘numb’ enemy

Located on the outskirts of Chandigarh, the lone ballistic laboratory of Defence Research and Development Organisation ( DRDO), TBRL has developed the technology and is working on a weapon, which would be capable...

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08. 11. 2011
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MF Global paid bonuses just hours before bankruptcy

MF Global paid bonuses just hours before bankruptcy

Staff are understood to have received quarterly bonuses last Monday. It is not clear whether the bonuses were also received by staff in the US. The news is likely to anger those MF...

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US weapons ‘full of fake Chinese parts’

US weapons ‘full of fake Chinese parts’

Thousands of United States’ warplanes, ships and missiles contain fake electronic components from China, leaving them open to malfunction, according to a US Senate committee. The US Senate Armed Services Committee said its...

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Scientists have created “cyborg yeast” that can be controlled by a computer

Scientists have created “cyborg yeast” that can be controlled by a computer

Now, a team of scientists has managed to establish what they call “in silico feedback control” between S. cerevisiae and a computer — granting the team precise control over the yeast’s expression of...

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Two New Fed GPS Trackers Found on SUV

Two New Fed GPS Trackers Found on SUV

As the Supreme Court gets ready to hear oral arguments in a case Tuesday that could determine if authorities can track U.S. citizens with GPS vehicle trackers without a warrant, a young man...

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07. 11. 2011
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Artificial Intelligence and the Loss of Even More America’s Jobs

Artificial Intelligence and the Loss of Even More America’s Jobs

It’s not just the recession that killed American employment. And it’s not just robots taking jobs from autoworkers. The scary new dimension is artificial intelligence, which could replace as many as 50 million...

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07. 11. 2011
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DARPA: “Visionary Hackers”

DARPA: “Visionary Hackers”

“Modern warfare will demand the effective use of cyber, kinetic and combined cyber and kinetic means,” Regina Dugan, director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), told a symposium. DARPA opened the...

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GMOs are taking over your pantry

GMOs are taking over your pantry

daho farmer Phil Geertson was an alfalfa seed grower for many years, before losing out on big parts of his export market. He saw it coming. “We were in the plant-breeding business along...

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07. 11. 2011
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New Census data raises number of poor to 49 million

New Census data raises number of poor to 49 million

The number of Americans living in poverty reached a record 49.1 million in 2010, according to a new broader measure of poverty released by the U.S. Census Bureau on Monday. That figure contrasts...

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07. 11. 2011
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Government Transparency Isn’t About 200-Year-Old Books: Classified Documents

Government Transparency Isn’t About 200-Year-Old Books: Classified Documents

In June, the National Security Agency announced that it had declassified 50,000 pages of historic documents. The action, the highly secretive spy agency said in a press release, was proof of its commitment...

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07. 11. 2011
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Military robots can leave operators at home

Military robots can leave operators at home

MILITARY robots could soon be carrying out dangerous missions abroad while their operators control them remotely from back home in the US. Ground robots, unlike drones, are limited to line-of-sight control, but the...

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07. 11. 2011
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Pakistan carts its nukes around in delivery vans

Pakistan carts its nukes around in delivery vans

Freaked out about the insecurity of its nuclear arsenal, the Pakistani military’s Strategic Plans Division has begun carting the nukes around in clandestine ways. That might make some sense on the surface: no...

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07. 11. 2011
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British firm [ William Hague] sells ‘protester-tracking’ product to Iran

British firm [ William Hague] sells ‘protester-tracking’ product to Iran

A British technology firm with links to William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, has sold a product to Iran which could be used to track down protesters. Creativity Software sold the product to the...

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Scientists Create the Definitive Flu Killer

Scientists Create the Definitive Flu Killer

University of Texas Southwestern’s scientists have created a new flu vaccine that can protect us against any kind of flu, not just one type. Unlike the current type of vaccines, this can even...

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05. 11. 2011
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IAEA has evidence of Iran’s quest for nuclear weapons

IAEA has evidence of Iran’s quest for nuclear weapons

A report by the UN nuclear watchdog this week will support allegations that Iran built a large steel container for carrying out tests with high explosives that could be used in nuclear weapons,...

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05. 11. 2011
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Foxconn to build Taiwan ‘robot kingdom’

Foxconn to build Taiwan ‘robot kingdom’

Foxconn aims to manufacture its own robots and automation equipment at a new production and R&D facility at the Central Taiwan Science Park to replace some of its human laborers. Chairman Terry Gou...

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04. 11. 2011
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Square pushes pay-by-facial recognition: Welcome to the Machine

Square pushes pay-by-facial recognition: Welcome to the Machine

If you do not think the globalists are accelerating a program for a cashless monetary system, you better think again. Is it a matter of convenience for the consumer to go cashless for...

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04. 11. 2011
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Feds’ Use of Fake Cell Tower: Did it Constitute a Search?

Federal authorities used a fake Verizon cellphone tower to zero in on a suspect’s wireless card, and say they were perfectly within their rights to do so, even without a warrant. But the...

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CIA Drones Kill Large Groups Without Knowing Who They Are

This is the new standard, according to a blockbuster piece in the Wall Street Journal: “men believed to be militants associated with terrorist groups, but whose identities aren’t always known.” The CIA is...

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Operation could turn brown eyes blue

Dr Gregg Homer of Stroma Medical, a clinical equipment company based in California, claimed his new “Lumineyes” treatment could be a permanent alternative to coloured contact lenses. The treatment uses a laser to...

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CIA’s ‘vengeful librarians’ stalk Twitter and Facebook

In an anonymous industrial park in Virginia, in an unassuming brick building, the CIA is following Twitter and Facebook in an effort to stay ahead of America’s enemies. At the agency’s Open Source...

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UK military steps up plans for Iran attack

UK military steps up plans for Iran attack

Britain’s armed forces are stepping up their contingency planning for potential military action against Iran amid mounting concern about Tehran’s nuclear enrichment programme, the Guardian has learned. The Ministry of Defence believes the...

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Foreign spies seeking data on underwater drones

Foreign spies seeking data on underwater drones

The types of information being sought by foreign cyber-spies run a huge gamut, according to a report issued Thursday to Congress. There’s data on communications systems, on weapons programs and on health care...

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Ohio city has highest US concentrated poverty

Ohio city has highest US concentrated poverty

A new study says Youngstown in northeast Ohio has the nation’s highest concentration of poverty among the 100 biggest metro areas. The report was released Thursday by the Brookings Institution, a think tank...

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Let’s bomb Iran: Old song, new lyrics

Let’s bomb Iran: Old song, new lyrics

The US and its allies, such as the UK and Israel, may launch a missile attack on Iranian uranium enrichment facilities in the next 12 months, media speculate. The possible bombing campaign may...

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The World’s Most Advanced Long-Range Surveillance System

The Sentinel R1 aircraft is powered by dual Rolls-Royce BR710 turbofan engines, each producing 14,750 pound-foot thrust, providing a top speed of Mach .75 and enabling a 40,000-foot service ceiling. Missions in an...

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Fareclock Launches Cloud-Based Facial Recognition Employee Time Tracking System

Fareclock Launches Cloud-Based Facial Recognition Employee Time Tracking System

Fareclock announced its release last week of its flagship cloud-based facial recognition employee time tracking system. The Fareclock system is a highly scalable service capable of supporting the entire business spectrum, from small...

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‘Fracking’ blamed for Lancashire earthquakes

‘Fracking’ blamed for Lancashire earthquakes

A controversial ”fracking” technique to extract gas from the ground was the ”highly probable” cause of earth tremors which hit Lancashire’s Fylde coast earlier this year, a report has concluded. One tremor of...

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DARPA Challenge: Reconstruct Shredded Documents

Today’s troops often confiscate the remnants of destroyed documents in war zones, but reconstructing them is a daunting task. DARPA’s Shredder Challenge calls upon computer scientists, puzzle enthusiasts and anyone else who likes...

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02. 11. 2011
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Nuclear Fission Continues at Fukushima

Nuclear Fission Continues at Fukushima

The operator of Japan’s tsunami-crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant said Wednesday it feared nuclear fission had resumed inside one of the reactors. Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) said it had begun injecting water...

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Army of ‘socialbots’ steal gigabytes of Facebook user data

Army of ‘socialbots’ steal gigabytes of Facebook user data

A small array of scripts programmed to pass themselves off as real people stole 250 gigabytes worth of personal information from Facebook users in just eight weeks, researchers said in an academic report...

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Netanyahu trying to persuade cabinet to support attack on Iran

Netanyahu trying to persuade cabinet to support attack on Iran

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak are trying to muster a majority in the cabinet in favor of military action against Iran, a senior Israeli official has said. According to...

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Kenya warns of “imminent” strikes on Somali towns

Kenya warns of “imminent” strikes on Somali towns

Kenya plans “imminent” air strikes on al Shabaab strongholds across southern and central Somalia and has warned residents of 10 towns to keep clear of rebel camps, a Kenyan military spokesman said on...

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Papandreou Replaces Greek Military Chiefs, Defense Ministry Says

Papandreou Replaces Greek Military Chiefs, Defense Ministry Says

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou approved changes to the leadership of the nation’s armed forces at a meeting of the Foreign and Defense Council in Athens today. The Chief of National Defense, Greek...

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Official: MF Global admitted using client money

Official: MF Global admitted using client money

MF Global, the failed securities firm led by Jon Corzine, admitted using clients’ money as its financial troubles mounted, a federal official says. An MF Global executive admitted that to federal regulators in...

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Governments turn to hacking techniques for surveillance of citizens

Governments turn to hacking techniques for surveillance of citizens

n a luxury Washington, DC, hotel last month, governments from around the world gathered to discuss surveillance technology they would rather you did not know about. The annual Intelligence Support Systems (ISS) World...

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Ex-soldier jailed for leaking Israeli assassination policy

Ex-soldier jailed for leaking Israeli assassination policy

Israel has sentenced a former soldier to four and a half years in prison for leaking classified documents to a journalist who used them to expose an alleged army policy to assassinate wanted...

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Homeland Security eyeing Twitter, Facebook for intelligence

Homeland Security eyeing Twitter, Facebook for intelligence

While Homeland Security says it’s not actively monitoring any social media  networks, an official suggested the agency it trying to figure out how it can get more intelligence from Twitter, Facebook and other...

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Wheels Come Off Euro Plan in Just Five Days

On Thursday of last week stocks across the world surged on news that EU leaders, attending their 7th heads of state summit in 2011 alone had agreed a new plan to tackle the...

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Texas Sheriff’s office receives weaponizable drone, alarms local news station

Texas Sheriff’s office receives weaponizable drone, alarms local news station

Ready to supersize your favorite RC helicopter and bullseye some perps with an aerial bean bag launcher? The Sheriff’s office in Montgomery County, Texas is, and it’s really freaking out the local news....

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