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Blockchain backlash: Major banks could use Bitcoin model to create the one world currency

For the entities pursuing a one world government and one world monetary system, the creation of the Blockchain may have been exactly what they were looking for. Anarcho-capitalists and anti-central bank revolutionaries were in many ways behind the creation of both Bitcoin and Blockchain technologies,  and yet their creation may actually one day come back to haunt them.  Right now four major banks are workin ...

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Finland bringing back discussions of helicopter money directly to consumers

Earlier this year, Finland broached the idea of a direct payments to consumers as a means to help stimulate their economy.  Known in the mainstream as 'helicopter money' after former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke declared he would do anything including dropping money from a helicopter to stimulate growth, this scheme has also been suggested in country's such as Switzerland and Japan. And while the idea went on ...

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Brother can you spare a Dollar Store?

If Walmart is the bellweather corporation for the retail sector, then places like Dollar General and Dollar Tree are the bellweather for the consumer.  And on Aug. 25 these two discount retailers showed their cards by lowering earnings estimates for the rest of the year, and are lowering prices on many staple products because they believe that 'things are worse for the consumer due to hikes in rents and hea ...

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Animals Evacuated From Gaza Zoo Dubbed ‘Worst In The World’

The last of the animals have been evacuated from what has been dubbed the world’s worst zoo. The small zoo in the Gaza town of Khan Younis was shut down this week. It had been dubbed the world’s worst zoo after many of the animals on display were seen either staving or dead. An animal rights organization, Four Paws International, facilitated relocating the animals to facilities that can better care for them ...

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Tourist Captures Incredible Image of ‘Ghost Child’

August 25, 2016 A woman visiting a museum in Glasgow was stunned when she looked over her vacation pictures and saw what appears to be a 'ghost child' lurking in one of the images. Louise Murphy was touring the city's Riverside Museum with her son Owen when the uncanny image was taken. It was only after she returned home from the trip that Murphy saw the eerie anomaly in the photo on her cell phone. She say ...

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North Korea Launches Submarine Ballistic Missile Towards Japan, Japanese PM Condemns Test

Both United States and South Korea’s defense officials have confirmed that North Korea has successfully fired a ballistic missile from a submarine, known as Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile (SLBM), towards Japan. According to Reuters, North Korea launched the missile on Wednesday, August 23, 2016 at about 5:30am local time (2030 GMT). The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Defense Ministry told ...

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Anomaly Hunters Spot Shoe on Mars

August 25, 2016 Amidst the seemingly barren landscape of Mars, anomaly hunters believe they have found evidence of a Martian shoe sadly sitting on the surface of the Red Planet. The image was taken by the Mars rover in 2013, but only recently discovered over the last few days. It joins a long litany of suspected artifacts allegedly 'hiding in plain sight' in NASA images of the Red Planet, including an eerie ...

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World’s Oldest Pyramids Found in Alaska Shocks Scientific Community

The world is filled with mysterious structures dating back to a time even before recorded history. And even the one's we are familiar with, like the pyramids of Egypt or Mexico, people wonder how the ancient people built such magnificent monuments. It was also found in recent years underwater pyramids of some unknown civilization. The most recent find was in Alaska, because of some serious ice melting the E ...

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13-Year-Old Physicist Has A Mindblowing Theory On God

Remember the name Max Loughan, for you’ll likely hear it again and again in the years to come. Theory on God The 13-year-old physicist is known for his eloquent theories on God, the universe, and the bible, and his lessons are sure to inspire some deep contemplation on life’s big questions. Not only did Loughan invent a free Tesla-inspired energy device using a coffee tin, spoon and wire (all of which cost ...

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Assange Assassination Attempt? Cops Took 2 Hours to Respond to Embassy Breach

(ANTIMEDIA) The Wikileaks Twitter account reported early Monday morning that an unidentified man attempted to scale the wall of the Ecuadorian Embassy in the U.K. at 2:47 am. The “cat burglar” escaped security and managed to flee to safety while embassy security waited two hours for U.K. police to take the two minute walk from the police station to the embassy housing internationally-known whistleblower Jul ...

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13-Year-Old Physicist Has A Mindblowing Theory On God [Must Watch]

Remember the name Max Loughan, for you’ll likely hear it again and again in the years to come. The 13-year-old physicist is known for his eloquent theories on God, the universe, and the bible, and his lessons are sure to inspire some deep contemplation on life’s big questions. Not only did Loughan invent a free Tesla-inspired energy device using a coffee tin, spoon and wire (all of which cost him $15), he h ...

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Fascinating video filmed in 69′ by Armstrong reveals Ancient Structures on the moon

Another fascinating video from YouTube tells a fascinating story. According to the video posted online, the alleged footage was filmed in 1969 by Neil Armstrong and shows ancient ‘alien’ structures on the surface of the moon. Anomalous structures on the Moon Earth’s moon has been the center of attention ever since mankind looked up to the sky. Ever since the Apollo missions landed on the lunar surface, inte ...

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