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Birmingham (UK) to open largest public library in Europe

While it might seem to be somewhat ironic that a new state-of-the-art modern building would be constructed in order to…
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U.S. Had Plan to Launch Chemical Attack on Syria Approved, according to UK Mail Online Article.

Did 1300+ Syrian’s really die as a result of a ‘chemical attack’, and if so, who did it? This story…
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An Earthly Explanation for Near-Death Experiences

A new scientific report explains that the surges in electrical activity of the brain may account for the vivid near-death…
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Using Facebook Might Make You Sad

A new study reveals that a significant number of people who use Facebook may find themselves becoming unhappy, sad or…
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The CIA Officially Acknowledges Existence of Area 51

Area 51 has been for several decades one of the worst kept secrets of the US government, yet only recently…
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Is Google Breaking the Law By Reading your Gmail?

According to Google, the 425 millions users of Gmail, the email system that is run by Google, should have no…
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Could Your Car be Hacked into just like a Computer? Was Michael Hastings Car Hacked?

The combination of the advancement of computer technology in vehicles and the odd circumstances which led to the death of…
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Amazon.com the latest major website to experience outage

Recent events have shown how vulnerable data stored on the internet is. Some of the largest sites on the internet…
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Get ready to pay for certain Xbox ONE features…

Keeping in line with their clear statements concerning the removal of certain liberties which gamers have long since enjoyed (like…
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Carnegie Mellon University research: mobile phone usage not linked to accident statistics

We’ve all been bombarded with stories about how dangerous it is to use a mobile phone while driving, right?  Well,…
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U.S. – Russia relations: Obama on Snowden and the Olympics

This past Friday in a press conference given in the East Room of the White House, US president Barack Obama…
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Belfast clashes left 56 police officers injured

Following clashes between police and protesters in Northern Ireland recently, 56 police officers have been injured.  Belfast was set ablaze…
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Chinese Shooter Game Simulates an Attack on Islands Currently Controlled by Japan

Glorious Mission Online is a new game that simulates an attack on islands currently controlled by Japan. Developed in cooperation with…
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Camping The Answer To Reestablishing Circadian Rhythms?

A recent study indicates that camping out for a week can reset the biological clock that runs our sleep patterns.…
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The CIA Involved in Study to Reverse Global Warming Trends

The Central Intelligence Agency has now contributed more than $600,000 to the National Academy of Sciences for a study exploring…
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