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The Best Places To Survive A Nuclear Apocalypse

CBS CHICAGO - Where are you most likely to survive an all-out nuclear attack by the Russians? Certainly not Chicago, which would be vaporized in either a 2,000 warhead or 500-warhead scenario. This map was created using data from FEMA and the National Resources Defense Council. The 2,000-warhead attack assumes a first strike by the Russians. The 500-warhead attack would be a retaliatory strike in the event ...

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Harvard Neurosurgeon Confirms The Afterlife Exists

SOURCE - Do we have a soul? Is there life after death? The afterlife is something that has been experienced by countless people since recorded history who have returned to tell their tales, with the most noteworthy account experienced first-hand by Harvard trained brain neurosurgeon of 25 years, Dr. Eben Alexander. This is not just another afterlife account that can be written off as a hallucination. Before ...

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This May Be The Most Insane Bike Ride Ever Attempted & It’s Incredible To Watch …

LIFTABLE - Danny Macaskill is a Scottish trials cyclist with a serious flair for extreme mountain biking. “The Ridge,” by Macaskill’s Cut Media, is a brand new film featuring this Scottish daredevil as he hops on his mountain bike and returns to the Isle of Skye, Scotland – his native home. Watch as he takes on the death-defying Cuillin Ridgeline: ...

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The Prime Minister of Pakistan Said Bin Laden Died in 2001.. One Month Later She Was Assassinated

CC - On November the 2nd, 2007 interview, less than two months before she would be assassinated, Benazir Bhutto was asked by reporter David Frost of Al-Jazeera English about a letter that she had sent to Pakistani dictator Pervez Musharraf. The letter outlined who she believed should be investigated in the event of her assassination. While giving her answer, she listed as one of the suspects a “key figure i ...

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Japanese Scientists Prove Teleportation is Possible

THE MIND UNLEASHED - The future is already here: for the first time in the world, a team of Japanese scientists managed to implement teleportation! A beam of light was moved from point A to point B. For the purpose of the experiment, Noriyuki Lee and his colleagues divided light into elementary particles - photons. They kept only one photon that carried the information about the rest beam. This photon was e ...

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Hillary Clinton’s foundation received millions from Ukrainian Oligarch during role as Sec. of State

Forget email-gate.  A new report out shows that not only did the Clinton foundation receive millions of dollars from foreign sources while Hillary was in the office of Secretary of State, but over $8.6 million was given to her by a Ukrainian oligarch just before the time the U.S. funded insurgents to help overthrow the Kiev government in the winter of 2013. From 2009 up to 2013, the year the Ukrainian crisi ...

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SNOWDEN: Here’s Why I Won’t Use An iPhone, And Neither Should You

 True Activist - In a recent article by Russian magazine Sputnik, Snowden’s previous claims that iPhones can be activated to spy on individuals re-surfaced when the whistle blower’s lawyer confirmed that Snowden himself would never use a smartphone. “Edward never uses an iPhone, he’s got a simple phone,” Anatoly Kucherena told a Russian news agency last week. “The iPhone has special software that can activa ...

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Teenage Bully Gets Ultimate Punishment From His Dad

YOUNG CONS - In Green Bay, Wisconsin, Timothy Robenhorst found out his son Kayden was bullying a classmate and decided to give him the ultimate punishment. In a photo posted online, Kayden’s father publicly revealed his son’s punishment. Kayden must apologize to his classmate in front of the entire class and he also received landscaping duty as well as a tough workout… at 4:30am. The photo has gone viral an ...

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Judge Treats Female Teacher Sex Offender Like A Man… Sentences Her To …

LIBERTARIAN REPUBLIC - The typical image conjured in the minds of most ordinary people when confronted with the word “pedophile” is that of, above all else, a man. His individual characteristics are irrelevant for they share one major commonality: their gender. As a result, men accused of pedophilia tend to receive harsher sentences than their female counterparts for the same crime. This is unfortunately tr ...

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This Is Why You Should Never Judge A Book By It’s Cover. I Didn’t Expect This To Happen.

Oftentimes when people see a large group of motorcyclists with patches on their backs, they think the absolute worst! They think of the Hells Angels, Bandidos, Mongols or some other type of motorcycle gang and the heinous crimes they’ve been accused of in the past. But that’s the amazing thing about one specific motorcycle gang, Bikers Against Child Abuse, or BACA for short. BACA is an international organiz ...

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