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Video: Driver Livestreams Own Car Crash at 115 MPH

A Rhode Island man crashed his vehicle traveling over 100 miles per hour, while livestreaming the disaster on Facebook, police confirm. Onasi Olio-Rojas, 20, can be seen alternating between filming himself singing along to rap songs, and showing his point of view as he drives at speeds of up to 116 miles per hour, while weaving erratically through traffic and outside of marked lanes. Olio-Rojas’ thrill ride ...

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‘We’re at most dangerous moment in history of humanity,’ Stephen Hawking warns

The rise of Donald Trump and Britain’s Brexit vote come at “the most dangerous time in the history of the human race,” renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking has warned. Writing in an op-ed for the Guardian newspaper, the Cambridge professor said the political shift shows the majority of people are sick of the status quo and felt they had been “abandoned by their leaders.” Read more Humans won’t sur ...

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Scientists store nuclear waste in diamonds and turn them into batteries that last 50 centuries

Since the first generation of Magnox nuclear reactors in the UK produced during the 1950's and up until the 1970's were put into use, scientists have used graphite blocks to support the nuclear reactions.  These graphite blocks have sustained so much radiation that they, themselves, have become radioactive and produce a radioactive isotope called carbon-14. Until now, we haven't had a use for this type of c ...

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US sells weapons, but I can’t get a call? Trump baffled about outrage over his Taiwan phone call

Donald Trump has sparked yet another diplomatic scandal and a Twitter storm, becoming the first American president or president-elect to speak with a Taiwanese leader since 1979. The phone call is feared to increase tensions between the US and China, which considers Taiwan a renegade province. After Trump tweeted that he talked to Taiwanese President Tsai on the phone, social media, news outlets and observe ...

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CNN’s Sanders: Make America Great Again ‘Takes Us Back’ To Slavery and ‘Internment Camps for the Chinese’

On Friday’s broadcast of “CNN Newsroom,” Symone Sanders argued that Make America Great Again “takes us back to a time when we were in slavery, when we were in chains, when we worked on plantations, internment camps for the Chinese.” Sanders corrected the Chinese internment statement on Twitter, saying she misspoke and meant to refer to Japanese internment. Sanders said, “I do not think that every single Tru ...

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November jobs report takes fake news to its ultimate end as rate goes down but people without jobs goes up

On Dec. 2 the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) published their second to last jobs report for the Obama administration and the results are something even George Orwell would cringe over.  This is because the modest increase of 178,000 new jobs isn't even the real story within the report,  but rather the fact that the unemployment rate fell a whopping .3% simply because the government erased 446,000 people f ...

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Watch: Creepy Sounds Recorded in Abandoned Mine

December 01, 2016 A man with the unusual hobby of exploring and documenting abandoned mines claims to have recently captured some incredibly creepy sounds during one expedition. The unnamed adventurer, who posts his work on YouTube, says that the strange incident occurred when he ventured into a 150-year-old gold mine in Australia. As if going into a derelict mine was not spooky enough, the particular journ ...

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Minnesota Man gets Six Months in Jail for Harvesting Wind Energy on His Property

A man from the city of Orono, Minnesota, was sentenced to six months in jail for refusing to completely remove a wind turbine that he had installed on his property to harvest clean energy. The man, Jay Nygard, was put behind bars in October 2015.  According to media reports, Mr Nygard is a known clean energy advocate, founding Go Green Energy. His company makes solar panels, hot water systems and attic fans ...

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3 Reasons The Revolution Will Accelerate This Weekend

This coming weekend of December 3rd and 4th, 2016 is likely to mark a massive shifting point for our world. While the sea change has been in motion for quite some time, this weekend is likely to produce more visible signs that humanity’s servitude to masters of control and deception is swiftly coming to an end. Standing Rock As it is known to many right now, nearly 2,000 U.S. military veterans are about to ...

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The One Video That Can Change The World

What would happen if this video would be shown on TV, instead of ads? Watch it yourself and share it, if you think it can really make an impact: Video credit: Spencer Cathcart You want to discuss a certain topic with likeminded people or you want to organize a local protest or you have an idea for a project that can help people in need in your local community or all around the world? Join our forum! www.ano ...

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Mark Wahlberg Tells ‘Out of Touch’ Celebs to Shut Up About Politics

Actor Mark Wahlberg believes his fellow celebrities should stick to entertaining Americans and stop trying to push their politics on the country. “A lot of celebrities did, do, and shouldn’t [talk about politics], Wahlberg told Task & Purpose, a news and analysis outlet geared toward American service veterans. Video: OPEC Oil Rally During a press event for his upcoming thriller Patriots Day, about the 2 ...

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WATCH: Former Cop Tries Cannabis as Last Resort to Treat Parkinson’s Disease

(ANTIMEDIA) As research and anecdotal evidence increasingly indicate cannabis has medical benefits, a new series of videos from a man suffering from Parkinson’s disease highlights just how vital the plant can be. Larry Smith, a former police officer, began to suffer from the debilitating neurological disease twenty years ago. In 2011, filmmakers began documenting his experience for the upcoming film, Ride w ...

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