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Tuesday, May 26th, 2015


Maybe He Found Gaddafi’s Billions. Or Maybe It’s All a Giant Scam.

Libya’s dictator hid a fortune. One man told the U.S. that he’s authorized to get the money, which would entitle him to a giant finder’s fee. Nevermind the forgery accusations. In August 2014, Erik Iskander Goaied formed a company to locate what he claims are $150 billion or more in U.S. currency, gold, diamonds, and other assets. This is the loot that Libyan dictator that Muammar Gaddafi had squirreled awayRead More

NASA’s Hubble telescope discovered a massive ‘Nasty 1′ star

Astronomers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have uncovered surprising new clues about a hefty, rapidly aging star whose behavior has never been seen before in our Milky Way galaxy. In fact, the star is so weird that astronomers have nicknamed it “Nasty 1,” a play on its catalog name of NaSt1. The star may represent a brief transitory stage in the evolution of extremely massive stars. First discovered several decadesRead More


COBRA: Bilderberg’s Weapon Of Choice

The Bilderberg Group will reconvene in 2015 with their corpora-cratic mixer focusing on a unified geopolitical oppression strategy at the opulent Interalpen Hotel, in the Austrian mountains near Telfs. In a press release, the Austrian police revealed security for the confab will be in operation from June 9th-14th. A statement from the Minister of the Interior notes that in conjunction with German police, extra special police forces, known as COBRA,Read More

Liquor bottles now can talk to your cellphone

The message-in-a-bottle routine is going Wi-Fi. And that means pretty soon you’ll have your very own mini Times Square at the bar, right on the bottle. “Everyone likes to see their name in lights,” says Brandon Laidlaw, president and chief operating officer of Pleasanton, California-based Medea vodka, which recently introduced a liquor bottle equipped with an LED message band that can be programmed to scroll any message that inspires youRead More

Special Ops Armed with Rapid DNA Scanners: “Get Ready for Advanced Biometric Warfare”

Along with formidable future weapons, super soldiers, armed drones of every size and autonomous robots executing lethal missions, the battlefield of tomorrow will also be driven by target identity and biometric data – you know, to stop terrorists. Gizmodo reports: The United States’ most elite soldiers have been collecting DNA samples from suspected terrorists for years. But because analysis normally takes three weeks, it’s been a pretty useless chore. Now,Read More

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