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Scientists Are Building VR Worlds for Mice and Monkeys

Researchers now have the capability to build virtual reality worlds that can be inhabited by both lab animals (like rats and monkeys) and humans, allowing for a sort of cross-species brain research that’s never really been possible before, as different species are run through virtual environments in video games while scientists study brain activity.

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CBS News Caught Blatanlty Distorting Cannabis Study, Says Legal Pot Doubles Fatal Car Crashes

In what could only be described as a desperate smear campaign evidencing the last vestiges of propaganda from the failed war on drugs, corporate media warped the findings of a study about cannabis-related car crashes to the point of being unrecognizable.

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NATO and the Pentagon Want to Get Their Hands on the Technology Behind Bitcoin

Blockchain technology, the backbone of bitcoin, has a lot of applications. Finance firms want to use to cut down on administrative costs and trade faster. Estonia is using to securely track health records. Now it’s the military’s turn. Both the US Department of Defense (DoD) and NATO have put out requests for military-related apps built on blockchain, a decentralized digital ledger system. The ledger is stored in multiple copies across a large group and changes are sent out to all of them immediately, using a mathematical protocol that makes the ledger tamper-proof. That creates an immutable record of the information, and since everyone has a copy of the data, records are still safe even if a few people are hacked.

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TAMERLAN TSARNAEV’S IMMIGRATION RECORDS REVEAL FBI BOMBSHELL

Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s heavily redacted immigration records, known as an A-file (alien file), were released in February under the Freedom of Information Act and posted online by US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). FOIA has a “frequently requested record” provision where multiple request for the same record triggers a “reading room” (posted online) treatment of the records. WhoWhatWhy was one of those requesters. For context, it’s important to note that soon after the bombing, uncomfortable questions were raised by WhoWhatWhy when it became clear the FBI had long been aware of Tsarnaev. Even some of mainstream outlets, which almost uniformly have accepted the government’s version of events, couldn’t ignore this reality.

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Swarm A.I. Correctly Predicts the Kentucky Derby, Accurately Picking all Four Horses of the Superfecta at 540 to 1 Odds

If you’ve been following the predictions made by UNU, a new “Swarm Intelligence” platform from Unanimous A.I., you might bet on the Kentucky Derby this weekend and won big, really BIG. That’s because a day before the race, UNU’s picks were published for the first four horses, in order. It’s a bet called the Superfecta that paid 540 to 1 odds. And that’s exactly how the horses came in. And this is not the first stunning pick UNU has made.

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CBS News Caught Blatanlty Distorting Cannabis Study, Says Legal Pot Doubles Fatal Car Crashes

In what could only be described as a desperate smear campaign evidencing the last vestiges of propaganda from the failed war on drugs, corporate media warped the findings of a study about cannabis-related car crashes to the point of being unrecognizable. On Tuesday, AAA’s safety foundation released a report concerning cannabis impairment and driving, which proved blood testing drivers for THC holds no scientific validity and should be abandoned. But a second part of the report found that — strictly statistically speaking — car crashes involving drivers who had consumed cannabis were on the rise. In fact, the number of people involved in fatal crashes who tested positive for cannabis did rise — a statistical doubling — but several caveats that should have also been reported by the mainstream press were flatly ignored.

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American Horror Story: The Shameful Truth About the Government’s Secret Experiments

“Of all tyrannies a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.”—C.S. Lewis Fool me once, shame on you.

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The Coming War Of Central Banks

Welcome to a currency war in which victory depends on your perspective. History has shifted, and we're leaving the era of central bank convergence and entering the era of central bank divergence, i.e. open conflict. In the good old days circa 2009-2014, central banks acted in concert to flood the global banking system with easy low-cost credit and push the U.S. dollar down, effectively boosting China (whose currency the RMB/yuan is pegged to the USD), commodities, emerging markets and global risk appetite. That convergence trade blew up in mid-2014, and the global central banks have been unable to reverse history.In a mere seven months, the U.S. dollar soared from 80 to 100 on the USD Index (DXY), a gain of 25%--an enormous move in foreign exchange markets in which gains and losses are typically registered in 100ths of a percent.

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The Nuclear Arms Race Is Back: Russia Furious As US Launches European Ballistic Missile Shield

Back in November 2008, then Russian president Dmitry Medvedev made a stark warning to NATO: "Russia will deploy Iskander missile systems in its enclave in Kaliningrad to neutralize, if necessary, the anti-ballistic missile system in Europe."

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Angela Merkel to Attend Secretive Bilderberg 2016 Meeting

Chancellor Angela Merkel has been invited to attend the 2016 Bilderberg conference in Dresden, Germany, the annual meeting of elitists which some accuse of being a secret cabal that manipulates world events. According to a German language Huffington Post report, which cites the Die Tageszeitung newspaper, Angela Merkel herself is on this year’s guest list and will meet with over 100 globalists from business, banking, media and academia. Germany’s Federal Minister of Defence Ursula von der Leyen will also attend the confab alongside Federa

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IBM trains Watson to be a cyber security cop

Computing giant IBM has always had big plans for its brainy thinking computer named Watson. Since Watson beat human players at the TV game show "Jeopardy" in 2011, the company has given Watson a varied series of job assignments: Cancer researcher, fitness coach, customer service rep. It has even learned Japanese, designed dresses and provided the brain for a talking toy dinosaur.

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The White House Plan to Make the Suburbs Less Wealthy and White

For leftists, multiculturalism isn’t always about flooding a country with millions of immigrants from incompatible cultures, as we’ve seen in Europe over the past few years. It’s also about integrating the cultures that already exist within a nation. As far as they’re concerned, a neighborhood that lacks diversity is unacceptable. We must all be equal in all ways, even when it comes to the culture and appearance of our communities.

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Hillary’s Email Bombshell: Saudi’s Financed the Benghazi Attack

Bernie Sanders may have been chivalrous when he told a beleaguered Hillary Clinton, “The American people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn emails.” But when it comes to actually reading some of Clinton’s confidential exchanges, that’s another matter. In December 2014, Hillary Rodham Clinton began providing the State Department with personal emails sent or received during her tenure as Secretary of State. The final batch was released on February 29, 2016.

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The U.S. Senate wants Mark Zuckerberg to say whether Facebook has been manipulating the news

The chairman of the powerful Senate Commerce Committee asked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to respond to allegations that the social network’s news curators actively suppress conservative viewpoints and articles. Committee Chairman Sen. John Thune wrote that Facebook has emerged as an important source of news and civil discourse for millions of Americans. If the allegations of routine censorship and politically motivated news manipulation reported by Gizmodo are true, it undermines the social network’s claims that it serves as an open, neutral platform.

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GPS Tracking Devices Catch Major U.S. Recyclers Exporting Toxic E-Waste

A two year investigation of electronics recycling using GPS tracking devices has revealed that policies aimed at curtailing the trade in toxic e-waste have been unsuccessful, with nearly one third of the devices being exported to developing countries, where equipment is often dismantled in low-tech workshops — often by children — endangering workers, their families, and contaminating the surrounding environment.

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Iran’s Air Defenses Equipped With S-300 Missiles From Russia

The Khatam al-Anbia Air Defense Base has received the strategic S-300 air defense missile system, Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan said on the sidelines of a visit to an exhibition of the achievements of the Iranian Army’s air defense base. Highlighting the country’s major strides toward self-sufficiency in the area of air defense, he added that Iran has developed its domestically-built Bavar-373 air defense system and will launch its mass production line this year.

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Wealth Confiscation for the Digital Age: the New “Cash Tax”

Directly from your bank account. “Negative interest rates” have become a phenomenon with economists and the media. But I’m writing to tell you something about negative interest rates you haven’t heard. You certainly won’t hear about it in the mainstream press. What’s coming at you is a historic event. It’s something our grandchildren will hear stories about, much like the Great Depression or the Cold War. It could send the price of gold much higher in the coming years.

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Angry White Men? Trump Voters Are Smarter And Richer Than The Average American

It's not just "angry blue collar white men," that are supporting Donald Trump. Having received a record number of votes in a Republican nomination campaign and winning in some of the richest and best-educated counties in the country adding to victories in his more traditional strongholds of white working-class neighborhoods, statistician Nate Silver found - after reviewing exit poll data in 23 states - that Trump voters' median household income was higher than the median in every state, sometimes by a wide margin; and that 44% of Trump voters have college undergraduate degrees, compared to 29% of US adults.

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'The Revolution Will Be Digitized': Panama Papers Leaker Speaks Out

We've just written about a call from the Greens in the European Parliament for new laws to protect whistleblowers. Given that people who leak confidential information currently enjoy very little protection, it's remarkable that we have any whistleblowers at all. One of the biggest recent leaks came in the form of the Panama Papers. Although we still don't know who the whistleblower might be, he or she has just released a very interesting statement entitled "The Revolution Will Be Digitized", which contains important new information. For example, we learn a little about who the whistleblower is -- or isn't:

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Police apologise for making fake suicide bomber shout ‘Allahu Akbar’ in Trafford Centre counter-terror exercise

Police have apologised for making a fake Islamist suicide bomber use a “religious phrase” during a counter-terror exercise in Manchester. The simulated attack started on Monday night, when a man dressed in black walked into the Trafford Centre and shouted at the crowd.

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