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Israel successfully blows up space target with US-funded

10th December 2015 © Amir Cohen / Reuters An "Arrow 3" ballistic missile interceptor is seen during its test launch near Ashdod December 10, 2015. Israel has successfully tested its Arrow 3 ballistic missile shield, partly funded by the US and intended to deter long-range weapons held by the likes of Iran and Hezbollah, the [...]

Joint Russia-EU space agencies to develop moisture farm on Mars

10th December 2015 Astronauts traveling to Mars in the future may not have to worry about the water situation on the Red Planet. A moisture farm is scheduled to be developed on the planet's surface in 2018, which could potentially provide H20 both for humans and greenhouses. The moisture farm will be part of the [...]

China eyes human replication

1st December 2015   The Chinese scientist behind the world's biggest cloning factory has technology advanced enough to replicate humans, he told AFP, and is only holding off for fear of the public reaction. Boyalife Group and its partners are building the giant plant in the northern Chinese port of Tianjin, where it is due [...]

Creepy: Google files patent for blood-sucking smartwatch

6th December 2015 Google has filed a patent for a "'needle-free blood draw" smartwatch: it could be wearable or hand-held, and may eventually replace blood glucose meters. The device sends an "abrupt surge" of gas into a barrel that has a "micro-particle" that punctures the skin and takes a tiny amount of blood. When the [...]

Biometric tattoos raise the bar in wearable technology

6th December 2015 Inking data collectors on your skin could become the next step in wearable technology, allowing them to obtain health and other biometric data from the body without a pause. Researchers from Chaotic Moon Studios have devised a cutting-edge tattoo kit, which allows for the monitoring of one's own body activity without being [...]

Darpa Developing Matrix-Like Brain Implant Powered From The Spine

15th February 2015 The secretive US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is developing a device that will plug directly into the brain and transmit images, bypassing the optical system altogether, according to reports. Under the guise of developing a “cortical modem”, to enable blind people to see, DARPA researchers say that the device may [...]

Florida woman’s hit-and-run escape foiled after her own car calls police on her

6th December 2015 A Florida woman thought she got away from a hit-and-run, until her own car called the cops. Cathy Bernstein, 57, tried speeding off after hitting both a truck and a van near Northwest Prima Vista Boulevard, but her Ford cut her escape short, police said. FLA. DRIVER DISTRACTED BY ORAL SEX KILLED [...]

New bill would allow British spooks to spy on you using your kids’ toys

9th December 2015 Britain's intelligence agencies could take over children's toys and use them to spy on suspects, MPs have been told. Antony Walker of techUK said that anything connected to the Internet could "in theory" be hacked into remotely. …Mr Walker, whose organisation represents 850 UK technology firms, added: "When we start to think, [...]

Meet the 52 Year-Old Father Who Identifies As a 6 Year-Old Girl

11th December 2015 'I've gone back to being a child': Husband and father-of-seven, 52, leaves his wife and kids to live as a transgender SIX-YEAR-OLD girl named Stefonknee A Canadian man who was married, with seven kids, has left his family in order to fulfill his true identity - as a six-year-old girl. In an [...]

Thanks to Trump, fringe news enters the mainstream

11th December 2015 Alex Jones may be America’s most successful conspiracy theorist. On his website, Infowars.com, and his daily radio program heard on more than 100 stations nationwide, Jones regularly promotes a variety of ­beyond-the- fringe ideas: alleged government conspiracies in the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995 and the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001; [...]