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The Threat And Promise Of Humans With Technologically-Boosted Superintelligence

Via Sentient Developments, futurist and Singularity Summitco-organizer Michael Anissimov on radically amplified human intelligence (IA) as potentially even more powerful, and dangerous, than artificially intelligent machines: The real objective of IA is to create “super-Einsteins”, persons qualitatively smarter than any human being that has ever lived. There will be a number of steps on the way there. The f ...

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GMO Corn Chicken Feed May Make it Hard to Avoid Consuming GMO Genetic Material

In a July 24, 2009 report about animals exposed to GMO feed, it was concluded that there is a significant risk that GMO corn feed can be transferred to the animal eating it. The reported was written by Professor Jack A. Heinemann, PhD (1) at the request of the Commerce Commission of New Zealand. Heinemann (2) reviewed numerous studies, some conducted by independent parties and others paid for by Monsanto Co ...

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PURE EVIL: Man Savagely Murders Couple, Rapes Their 2-Year-Old Great-Granddaughter Hours After Jail Release

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (TheBlaze/AP) — A man suspected of beating an elderly Alaska couple to death and sexually assaulting their 2-year-old great-granddaughter over the weekend had been released from jail just hours earlier, according to Alaska Department of Corrections records. Jerry Andrew Active, 24, was released from the Anchorage Correctional Complex where he was doing time for a probation violation shortl ...

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Proof of Extraterrestrials, The Lost UFO Archive [FULL VIDEO]

James Edward McDonald (May 7, 1920 -- June 13, 1971) was an American physicist. He is best known for his research regarding UFOs. McDonald was senior physicist at the Institute for Atmospheric Physics and professor in the Department of Meteorology, University of Arizona, Tucson. McDonald campaigned in support of expanding UFO studies during the mid and late 1960s, arguing that UFOs represented an important ...

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U.S. weather-watcher satellite fails just before hurricane season

A key satellite positioned to track severe weather in the eastern United States has failed, just as the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season is about to start. The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) activated a spare satellite, which will provide coverage of the East Coast, while it is trying to fix the failed one, the agency said in a status report on its website on Friday. "There is no ...

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13 Things That Americans Do That The Rest Of The World Just Finds Bizarre

Some of the answers are pretty hilarious and/or eye-opening. Here are some of the best: 1. Driving everywhere How big the country is and the amount of time you guys are willing to drive. I had a friend who drove for 16 hours to visit family for the weekend. It's baffling. -- B_Underscore   Flickr/Jeffery Turner   2. Being able to buy anything you want at Wal-Mart A friend came from the UK and he s ...

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New World Order: Blueprint of Madmen (movie)

http://www.prisonplanet.tv http://www.infowars.com Alex Jones’ latest documentary shatters the hoax of the terrorism, revealing instead that government is history’s greatest killer. Now a 21st century technocratic global corporate tyranny seeks to kill billions with the superweapons it has created under a police state control grid and through the central banking warfare model it brought to life. This docume ...

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Former Obama Staffer Says Legalizing Marijuana Would Decrease Civil Liberties

The Baker Institute at Rice University has been hosting an online debate this month to answer the question, "Will legalizing marijuana improve civil liberties?" While all four participants have a different opinion on what the legal status of marijuana should be, three of the four are in agreement that the way drug laws are enforced--particularly, the absurd degree of flexibility granted to law enforcement o ...

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Mother Dies In Courtroom While “Gasping for Breath” Officers Refused To Give Her Asthma Inhaler

There are thousands of people in jail for non-violent and victimless crimes. Our prison systems are over crowded and corrupt. Nearly everyday we see a new story on police abuse and tragedy in the criminal justice system. It makes no sense to throw people in jail that can’t afford to pay traffic tickets. They certainly can’t pay them behind bars. You would think debtors prisons were a thing of the past but t ...

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