The bullet that can change direction mid-air (video) - January 29, 2015 (CNN / YouTube & The Independent)
The United States Department of Defense has successfully tested a bullet that can change direction after it has been fired, apparently using fins built into the shell to direct it in the air and account for wind and targets moving. (The article at The Independent.)
Obama adviser John Podesta’s biggest regret: Keeping America in dark about UFOs - February 13, 2015 (Yahoo News)
Outgoing senior Obama adviser John Podesta reflected on his latest White House stint Friday, listing his favorite moments and biggest regrets from the past year. Chief among them: depriving the American people of the truth about UFOs.
British Boy Survived Three Failed Abortion Attempts, Now 11 Years Old - February 14, 2015 (LifeNews)
A baby in the U.K. survived three failed abortion attempts and was born alive at 24 weeks into the pregnancy. The baby boy was born at a local hospital after his mother changed her mind about the late-term abortion. Only coming to light in 2005, two years after the failed abortions, the baby boy is healthy and is one of the few survivors of an abortion and premature birth to remain alive. His story has been documented recently in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
LGBT Marriage Redefiners Introduce the “Throuple” – a Three-Woman “Marriage - February 18, 2015 (NowTheEndBegins & National Review)
What is the next marriage redefinition? It’s called a ‘throuple’, and in Massachusetts, a lesbian throuple is awaiting their first born child. Three married lesbians are the throuple who have made news with their newest ‘version of perversion’ of marriage. … This is exactly what the most die-hard conservatives warned about when same-sex marriage became a discussion.
Drones could be used to seek out arteries to prevent heart attacks - February 18, 2015 (The Telegraph)
Scientists have carried out trials using microscopic drones that could be used to seek and repair damaged arteries, preventing heart attacks and strokes. Researchers have completed the first successful tests of nanoparticles – which are targeted to go where they are needed – in mice, and hope to soon to conduct the first patient trials.
Obama rejected Jordanian King Abdullah’s pleas for Predator drones - February 05, 2015 (Washington Times)
The Obama administration this year turned down a request from Jordan for Predator spy drones that would help it locate targets in the war against the Islamic State. The refusal, disclosed by a House Armed Services Committee member, has gained attention since Jordan has emerged as a critical player in a U.S.-led coalition to destroy the Islamist terrorist group in the days after it released a video of its execution by fire of a captured Jordanian military pilot.
Canada top court allows doctor-assisted suicide - February 07, 2015 (AFP)
Canada’s supreme court on Friday unanimously struck down a ban on doctor-assisted suicide for mentally competent adults suffering from an incurable disease, reversing a decision on the books since 1993.
Islamic Shariah Tribunal Begins Operating in Texas - February 04, 2015 (CBN)
A group of Muslims in northern Texas has created what may be the first official Shariah law system in the United States. The new Shariah tribunal in Irving, Texas, is trying to assure Americans they’re not planning to follow the type of Shariah law practiced in Muslim countries. But critics aren’t convinced.
The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever - February 07, 2015 (The Telegraph)
When future generations look back on the global-warming scare of the past 30 years, nothing will shock them more than the extent to which the official temperature records – on which the entire panic ultimately rested – were systematically “adjusted” to show the Earth as having warmed much more than the actual data justified.
Ukraine ceasefire agreed at Belarus talks - February 12, 2015 (The Guardian)
The leaders of Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany have reached a ceasefire deal after 17 hours of talks in Minsk, Belarus, on the Ukrainian conflict. The ceasefire will come into force on Sunday as part of a deal that also involves the withdrawal of heavy weapons from the front line.
Obama’s Israel Problem - January 29, 2015 (Weekly Standard)
The Obama White House usually prides itself on not getting angry. Its self-image is that it’s cool, calm, and collected. … It is only with respect to the Jewish state that the Obama White House is impatient, peremptory, and angry.
Office puts chips under staff’s skin - January 29, 2015 (BBC)
Want to gain entry to your office, get on a bus, or perhaps buy a sandwich? We’re all getting used to swiping a card to do all these things. But at Epicenter, a new hi-tech office block in Sweden, they are trying a different approach a chip under the skin.