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Is Putin riding on Greece to help end the sanctions against Russia from the EU?

Ever since the U.S. imposed economic sanctions on Russia in the early part of 2014, the European Union has followed Washington's policy like a lapdog or a vassal state.  But the effects of these bi-lateral sanctions have caused immense strains between the political and economic segments of each nation within the EU, culminating in numerous protests, strikes, and even rises in new radical political parties. ...

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Physicists think they might have just detected a fifth force of nature

Physics can be pretty intense at times, but one of the most straightforward aspects is that everything in the Universe is controlled by just four fundamental forces: gravity, electromagnetic, and strong and weak nuclear forces. But now physicists in Hungary think they might have found evidence of a mysterious fifth force of nature. And, if verified, it would mean we'd need to rethink our understanding of ho ...

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Thailand Creating Forests by Dropping Millions of Trees Out of Aircraft

As a result of deforestation, only 6.2 million square kilometers remain of the original 16 million square kilometers of forest that formerly covered Earth. Apart from adveserly impacting people’s livelihoods, rampant deforestation around the world is threatening a wide range of tree species, including the Brazil nut and the plants that produce cacao and açaí palm; animal species, including critically-endang ...

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Internet Conspiracy Suggests Eminem Died Years Ago From A Drug Overdose, I Am So Shocked…

Apparently, Eminem died in 2006 from a drug overdose. Personally, I don’t believe this internet conspiracy but there are some interesting things you can point out. Eminem is worth millions, if not billions of dollars. Did the government pay big money to create a Marshall Mather’s doppelganger? After you read this conspiracy, watch this video below that proves Eminem is 100% alive and NOT cloned. Thanks Via ...

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Elijah Wood & Corey Feldman Speak Out Again About Hollywood Pedophilia

As we’ve come to discover time and time again, many secrets hide behind Hollywood’s glamorous doors. Actor Elijah Wood’s recent remarks on Monday about the realities of child star sexual abuse in the industry offer us yet another glimpse behind the curtain. The interview, given to The Sunday Times to promote upcoming movie The Trust, took a dark turn when the topic of child stars and pedophilia arose. “Ther ...

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145-Year-Old Coffin Unearthed in San Francisco

May 27, 2016 A seemingly simple garage renovation at a home in San Francisco resulted in a unsettling discovery as construction workers unearthed a 145-year-old coffin! The unnerving find was particularly eerie since the casket was designed with two windows on its lid, allowing workers a chilling glimpse of the coffin's occupant. Contained inside the bronze and lead box was a remarkable well-preserved littl ...

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Watch: Shopkeeper’s Ghost Returns to Browse?

May 27, 2016 Security camera footage from a vintage clothing store in England may show the ghost of the shop's previous owner seemingly browsing from the great beyond! The store, known as Hopkinson, had been a family-run business from the 1880's until the last member of that lineage, Mrs. Hopkinson, sold the shop before her passing. But if the video is to be believed, Mrs. Hopkinson may still has a keen int ...

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Watch: This Is What Trump Did When Event Organizers Cut The National Anthem

While President Obama can’t even go so far as to wear an American flag pin on his lapel, it appears that Donald Trump is a bit more Patriotic when it comes to supporting American traditions. The following video was recorded in Anaheim, California where event organizers, pressed for time because of television cameras, opted to remove the singing of the Star Spangled Bannerfrom the agenda. Trump was none too ...

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Millennial students following in the footsteps of baby boomers in demanding grades at college be abolished

It is perhaps ironic that everyone loves to tout a Harvard or Yale Law Degree as something almost holy and miles above every other law school graduate, but the fact of the matter is, it is quite impossible to ever really determine how competent those ivy leaguers are since they no longer give out actual letter grades.  Instead, students are graded on a system of either Honors, Pass, Low Pass, and Fail, and ...

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