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This 13-Year-Old Invented a Tesla-Inspired Free Energy Device for $14

(WAKINGTIMES) Inspired by the geniuses Nikola Tesla and Albert Einstein, teenager Max Loughan loves to invent things, in fact, he says he has known his entire short life that his purpose was to change the world with his inventions. And he may just do it. “As cheesy as this sounds, from day one, on this planet that I knew I was put here for a reason,” said Max. “And that reason is to invent, to bring the fut ...

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Gun Store Claims CBS News Violated Federal Law to Make Buying AR-15 Look Easy

SpecDive Tactical of Alexandria, Virginia, claims a CBS News employee violated federal law in an effort to prove it is easy to acquire an AR-15. CBS News’ Paula Reid bought the rifle–telling “the store’s general manager the gun was for her own use.” But hours after purchasing the gun she allegedly “transferred it to a third party.” According to the Washington Free Beacon, CBS This Morning reported, “The rif ...

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37 Million Bees Found Dead After GMO Fields Were Planted Nearby

Around 37 million bees at a farm in Canada have died after GMO corn was planted in the nearby area, according to a local beekeeper. Dave Schuit, a beekeeper who produces honey in Elmwood, Canada, claims that since GMO corn was planted in the nearby area, his farm has lost around 37 million bees (approximately 600 hives). According to reports, Schuit and other local beekeepers believe neonicotinoids, or “neo ...

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Adults Do Nothing as Teen Gang Attacks Girls in Crowded D.C. Metro Station

A pair of high-school girls were set upon and beaten in a sneak attack by a large gang of other teens in a Washington D.C. Metro station, all while one laughing teen took video of the attack and as adults stood around doing nothing to stop the beating and robbery. The victims were waiting inside the busy L’Enfant Plaza Metro station–a station on the edges of the National Mall in Washington D.C.–when they we ...

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Japan’s 75 year old finance minister intimates that the elderly should die to aid economy

Perhaps it's time we add euthanasia to the monetary polices of Keynesian ideologues after the 75 year old Finance Minister for the nation of Japan intimated that all the elderly should keel over and die to aid their insolvent economy. In a speech given recently to prompt the wealthy in Japan to stop saving their money and instead spend it more, Taro Aso referenced watching a television show which featured a ...

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Putin: ‘We know when US will get new missile threatening Russia’s nuclear capability’

The US anti-missile defense systems being installed near Russia’s borders can be “inconspicuously” transformed into offensive weapons, Vladimir Putin has said, adding that he knows “year by year” how Washington will develop its missile program. Talking about NATO’s ballistic missile defense systems in Eastern Europe, Russia’s president said that the Americans are now deploying their missiles at these milita ...

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Speaker Ryan Has A Border Related ‘Drug Problem’

Speaker Paul Ryan’s primary challenger Paul Nehlen discussed his latest ad hitting Ryan for his border-related “drug problem” today with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon. Said Nehlen of Ryan, “His failure to secure this border has created a new underground railroad for transporting, not only illegal aliens into this country but illegal narcotics, as well. … We’re losing more American liv ...

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Meet The Woman Who Seduced Nazis To Death As A Teenager

Freddie Oversteegen was only 14 when she joined the Dutch resistance against the Nazis as a fighter during the Second World War along with her sister, Truus [who was 16 at that time]. But the Oversteegen girls’ ‘resistance’ was truly deadly – the two sisters flirted with Nazi collaborators, lured them to the forest using seduction, and helped male fighters execute the enemy. The incredible journey started w ...

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Google Software Engineer Invents Gadget That Reproduces Weather Conditions In Living Room

June 18th, 2016 | by Vandita Japanese Google software engineer Ken Kawamoto has invented Tempescope, a transparent box-type gadget that collects next day’s forecast from online weather sources using two pumps, an ultrasound diffuser, and an LED to simulate a variety of weather conditions – from sunrise, sunshine, and sunset to clouds, lightning, rain and fog – inside your living room hour-by-hour. Kawamoto ...

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The Book of Giants found amid the Dead Sea Scrolls & the Destruction of the Nephilim

More than 60 years ago, excavations at the Qumran Caves revealed almost one thousand ancient scrolls that offered important glimpses into humanity’s past. Archaeologists were stumped to find one unusual text among these, a scroll that offers clues regarding the demise of the Nephilim. It is called The Book of Giants. The Bible makes several references to the Nephilim and most of them can be found in the boo ...

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U.S. overtakes EU in trade with Russia despite U.S. created sanctions against the Eurasian power

The United States has long been a hypocrite when it comes to economic and foreign policies.  They are willing to sanction anyone who exhibits or creates an environment not in line with the empire's whims, but at the same time are more than happy to deal with terrorists, human right abusers, and dictators if it furthers their own financial and political goals. Case in point.  Back in early 2014, the Obama ad ...

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Brazil’s economic and political turmoil put Olympic games in serious doubt

The Zika virus scare aside, it is the economic and political turmoils taking place right now in Brazil that are not only threatening societal chaos, but are also putting the 2016 Summer Olympic games in doubt. With just under 50 days until the world's athletes travel to Rio to compete in the 31st Olympiad, the Brazilian government in the State of Rio de Janeiro just declared a state of Public Calamity, warn ...

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