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Biological Computer Inside The Body A Step Closer

Scientists believe they are close to building the first truly biological computer made from the organic molecules of life and capable of working within the living cells of organisms ranging from microbes to man. The researchers said that they have made a transistor – the critical switch at the heart of all computers – from DNA and RNA, the two biological molecules that store the information necessary for li ...

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Russia To Ban Cash Transactions Over $10,000

Russia may ban cash payments for purchases of more than 300,000 rubles (around $10,000) starting in 2015. The move is expected to boost banks’ cash reserves and put a damper on Russia’s shadow economy. However, the middle class will most likely end up having to pay the price for the scheme. Moscow is looking to kill two birds with one stone: Firstly, it wants to bring some of the population’s “grey” income ...

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GOVERNOR LIES ABOUT THE CONSTITUTION: Vetoes 2nd Amendment Protection Bill

Here’s a surprise for you; some Governors have absolutely zero understanding of the Constitution.  None, whatsoever.  Montana Governor Steve Bullock seems to fit that description quite nicely. Yesterday, he vetoed Montana House Bill 302 (HB302).  The bill would require the state to refuse to enforce or assist the enforcement of any federal bans on semiautomatic weapons or large capacity magazines.  The bill ...

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TRACKED & DATABASED: The Golden Gate Bridge is Watching You

Yesterday, the Golden Gate Bridge switched to all-electronic tolling. As of March 27, drivers entering San Francisco no longer have the option to pay the $6 cash toll to a human toll collector. Unfortunately, all of the bridge's electronic payment options track the identities of those paying the toll, and all represent a loss of privacy for visitors or commuters entering San Francisco by car. The current im ...

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Tommy Chong Talks Drug Legalization and Free Market Solutions

Former MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan thanked comedian Tommy Chong and marijuana growers for perfecting hydroponic farming technology. “I’d like to issue a letter of gratitude to Tommy and all the hydroponic marijuana growers in the world,” he said on The Young Turks. “Much as porn made the Internet, the cutting edge of hydroponic lighting and water flow and nutrient film technique that really has been been perfe ...

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New Malware Goes Directly To US ATMs And Cash Registers For Card Info

While many consumers already take precautions when shopping online, they may need to start being even more careful - as a new report shows malware is focusing on physical registers and ATMs compromised by attackers looking to harvest card data. Research conducted by the Russian-based security company Group-IB recently discovered malware called “Dump Memory Grabber,” which it believes has already been used t ...

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HERE ARE THE 10 FREEST STATES IN THE U.S. (AND THE LEAST) [W/ VIDEOS]

North Dakota is the freest state in the U.S., followed closely by South Dakota, Tennessee, New Hampshire, and Oklahoma, according to the Mercatus Center at George Mason University’s third annual “Freedom in the 50 States.” The 223-page report “scores all 50 states on their overall respect for individual freedom, and also on their respect for three dimensions of freedom considered separately: fiscal policy, ...

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40+ Officers & ATF Agents Raid Home of Youtube Gun Personality FPSRussia

FPSRussia is one of the most well known channels on Youtube. Georgia native Kyle Myers speaks with a Russian accent and demonstrates using some of rarest and most entertaining weapons on the planet. Myers business partner was found murdered in his office back in January. According to independentmail.com: Franklin County Sheriff Stevie Thomas would not say whose properties were searched or if anything was fo ...

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Secret Courts Open in UK Within Weeks

'British rights group Amnesty International and legal charity Reprieve have condemned the ratification of the governments’ secret courts plan in the House of Lords as a “terrible day for British justice”. The Labour party had tabled amendments to the government’s Justice and Security Bill, otherwise known as “secret courts” proposals, that allows sensitive intelligence to be presented to a judge by official ...

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CHARITY: Tucson Man Giving Away Shotguns to People Living in Violent Neighborhoods

Free shotguns for people living in some of the shadier parts of Tucson is likely to be a reality if once Mayoral hopeful Shaun McClusky gets his way. He’s got a lot of help, chiefly, the Armed Citizens Project. “Saying guns are responsible for killing people is like saying spoons are responsible for making people fat,” McClusky said. McClusky is doing not just to help arm his fellow residents but to also te ...

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