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Chilean artist steals $500 million worth of student debt papers and destroys them

A Chilean artist known as Papas Frites (French Fries) stole and destroyed $500 million worth of student debt contracts. “It’s over,” he said. "It’s finished. You don’t have to pay another peso [of your student loan debt]. We have to lose our fear, our fear of being thought of as criminals because we’re poor. I am just like you, living a sh—y life, and I live it day by day. “This is my act of love for you.” ...

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Survivalist Saves Home With Aqua Dam After Everyone Called Him Crazy

Texan Robert Wagner's story is a lot like Noah's. Everyone believed he was crazy, up until the rain started falling. After driving from Texas to Louisiana and spending $8300, Wagner managed to conserve his house from an awful flood. He acquired a 30 ″ Aqua Dam, which can be filled with water to develop a flood barrier. The flood waters reached a depth of 27 ″ around his home, however the barrier never broke ...

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Wireless Energy Transmission On A Global Scale? Tesla Would Be Proud.

If only Nikola Tesla (inventor of AC or alternating current that is used world-wide, the fluorescent tube that we use to this day ) were alive to see this now; a group of Russian physicists are picking up from where he had left off, using his patents and ideas to finally create the masterpiece that had been long suppressed: wireless electricity transmission. Their work has been largely forgotten, and just l ...

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Unidentified YouTuber is roaming Australia surviving completely on what he can build with his own hands

If you've been following the Primitive Technology channel on YouTube, you know that it follows a man around the Far North of Queensland, Australia.  The man never identifies himself, but he is constantly building and creating things with nothing more than his hands and the elements around him. In a recent video, the man, often called "Prim," stumbled upon a method of creating iron.  It came after he created ...

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The Venus Project: One World, No Government, Could It Work?

On this episode of The Anoncast, Alek had the rare opportunity to sit down face to face with Saso Luznar of The Venus Project. The Venus Project is an organization that proposes a feasible plan of action for social change, one that works towards a peaceful and sustainable global civilization. It outlines an alternative to strive toward where human rights are no longer paper proclamations but a way of life. ...

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Watch the coolest guy ever build a cabin and live off land in Alaskan mountains for 30 years

An inspiration and a man that found his passion, Richard Proenneke, traveled to the mountains of Alaska and, for 30 years, lived by the banks of Twin Lakes in a cabin that he built by hand. A World War I veteran, he spent his time hunting, fishing and raising and gathering his food.  He would occasionally have supplies flown in and inspired journalists, film makers and writers to tell his story through mult ...

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Hungary Becomes First European Country To Ban Rothschild Banks

Hungary have become the first European country to officially ban all Rothschild banks from operating in the country.  In 2013, Hungary began the process of kicking out the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and agreed to repay the IMF bailout in full in order to rid the country of the New World Order banking cartel. Neonnettle.com reports: A kindly worded letter from Gyorgy Matolcsy, the head of Hungary’s C ...

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Climate Changer: Rawlemon Beta.ey, The Spherical Solar Charger

Solar start-up Rawlemon’s Andre Broessel, a German architect, has created a spherical sun-tracking solar energy generator to revolutionise renewable energy and solar power on Earth. The Rawlemon design uses a spherical lens to concentrate both sunlight and moonlight up to 10,000 times on a small photovoltaic panel and combines this with a dual-axis pivot that tracks the movement of the sun. By concentrating ...

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Free Spirited Individuals Who Quit a Life of Luxury to Live Happily Ever After

What makes you happy — wealth, fame, celebrity lifestyle, expensive gadgets? Do you make life happen or is life just happening to you? Are you 100% sure with your response to the previous two questions? The irony of modern life is that while you lose sleep over money, unknowingly become slaves of technology, and yearn to be celebrities, what most of you really want is peace, happiness, and, well, to travel. ...

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9 Companies We Need to Boycott

9 Companies We Need to Boycott August 25th, 2015 | by EV Economy 10 S.E. Smith of the Daily Dot has compiled an in-depth list of companies we should all boycott. While companies such as Coca-Cola, Nestle, and Walmart have all been in the spotlight recently for their water bottling operations in California—and in Walmart’s case, numerous other offenses as well—the informative list below provides additional i ...

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For the first time, an elephant has received a prosthetic leg

An Asian elephant named Mosha sadly lost her right foreleg when she stepped on a landmine.  Usually, this would mean certain doom for an elephant.  Fortunately, thanks to some caring people and some new technology, Mosha receives a prosthetic leg and is now able to walk around normally again.     Therdchai Jivacate, a surgeon who designs prosthetic legs for humans and other animals for the Friends ...

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Inventor creates a ‘ghost phone’ that can be seen only using smart glasses

This ‘ghost phone’ screen can be seen using only smart glasses How would you like your smartphone to be read only by you through a set of glasses. If somebody else views it, he/she could see just a blank screen but you can see all the Apps through smart glasses. Is this possible? Yes it is! A Turkish inventor has created a ‘ghost phone’ that can only be seen using smart glasses. In other words, the messages ...

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