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CERN Large Hadron Collider Restarts After 2-Year Hiatus: What Will It Find This Time?

CERN Large Hadron Collider Restarts After 2-Year Hiatus: What Will It Find This Time?
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the CERN nuclear research center in Europe has been restarted, ready to conduct more particle experiments after a two-year shutdown for upgrading. Ready to smash particles in collisions at almost twice the energies as before.
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Monash University Just 3D Printed Two Metal Jet Engines

Engineers at Monash University, in Melbourne, Australia recently made history by 3D printing 2 whole metal jet engines. One of the engines is currently on display at the International Air Show in Avalon, Victoria, Australia, and the other is at Microtubo (Safran) ..
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DARPA’s ‘Cortical Modem’ Will Plug Straight Into Your BRAIN

DARPA's 'Cortical Modem' Will Plug Straight Into Your BRAIN
News of the "Cortical Modem" project has emerged in transhumanist magazine Humanity Plus, which reports the agency is working on a direct neural interface (DNI) chip that could be used for human enhancement and motor-function repair.
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USDA Approves World’s First GMO Apples

USDA Approves World's First GMO Apples
But many scientists fear that the lack of these enzymes may have negative, unintended impacts on human health and the environment, in a number of ways. Without natural browning, apples may look fresh when they are actually decaying.
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Linda Moulton Howe: Boom Mystery — More Frequent and Intense?

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Samsung Admits Private Conversations Being Sent to Internet Server

After an Electronic Frontier Foundation activist made a chilling comparison between the Smart TVs and telescreens in George Orwell’s dystopian classic 1984, Samsung was forced to respond, telling the Guardian that users could opt out of the voice recognition feature.
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CERN To Attempt ‘Big Bang’ In March, Stephen Hawking Issues Warning

CERN is due to re-open the large hadron collider in March of 2015 in order to recreate the big bang, despite warnings from top scientists such as Stephen Hawking and Neil de Grasse Tyson.
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Tesla Updating P85D To 0–60 MPH In 2.8 Seconds With Firmware?

Tesla Updating P85D To 0–60 MPH In 2.8 Seconds With Firmware?
Will the Tesla Model S P85D soon have its acceleration improved to 0–60 mph in just 2.8 seconds, via nothing but a firmware update? Yes, that’s apparently exactly what’s going to happen… based on rumors (unverified insider information) circulating in specific corners of the net.
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$50 3D-printed part replaces $42,000 medical prosthetic hand

$50 3D-printed part replaces $42,000 medical prosthetic hand
The power of open-source, 3D-printing technology has reached the medical field with a new breakthrough in homemade prosthesis. Jeremy Simon of 3D Universe has successfully developed a prosthetic hand using 3D-printing technology.
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Asteroid Comes Close Jan. 26th – Mysterious Sand Dunes On Comet 67P?

Asteroid Comes Close Jan. 26th - Mysterious Sand Dunes On Comet 67P?
On Monday, January 26, 2015, at 11:19 AM EST, a large asteroid about one-third of a mile wide will zip past Earth some 750,000 miles (1.2 million km) away. The Goldstone Deep Space Network near Barstow, California, will track the asteroid.
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The Trouble with the Fake Net Neutrality Bills

The Trouble with the Fake Net Neutrality Bills
Two members of Congress proposed the legislation in advance of an anticipated Net Neutrality ruling by the Federal Communications Commission, which is expected to reclassify Internet access under Title II of the Communications Act in a vote next month.
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Remember Facta? The IRS Database to Manage Everyone’s Bank Accounts

The IRS Database to Manage Everyone’s Bank Accounts
FACTA is the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, and under this draconian piece of legislation is the demand on any foreign bank that does business with the U.S., or utilizes SWIFT to trade in dollars, that they must provide the Internal Revenue Service all personal ..
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Nissan and NASA to Work on Self-driving Cars

Nissan and NASA to Work on Self-driving Cars
The companies on Thursday announced establishing a five-year research and development partnership to advance self-drive systems and bring them to a commercial level. Further research will be carried out in Silicon Valley, NASA and Nissan said in a joint statement.
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Beyond Plastic: Talking New Directions in 3D Printing

New Directions in 3D Printing
If 3D printing is to be a revolution in product prototyping and fabrication, it's going to take more than plastic. These are the innovators who are expanding the scope of 3D printing and the palette of options available to us.
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Dr. Ewen Cameron and Psychiatric Mind Control

Dr. Ewen Cameron and Psychiatric Mind Control
“It’s important to understand that the professionals who put the most emphasis on the brain as the source of consciousness are also the people who drug it, sedate it, coerce it, and try to control it. They’re going mad trying to reduce life to purely physical terms. They’re agents of destruction.”
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