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Edward Snowden shows you how to make your phone ‘go black’ [video]

Whistleblower Edward Snowden is all about helping people take back the security the law grants them.  Whether it be informing them of NSA spying or personal internet security, he is a fearless pioneer in the field. In a segment on Vice's HBO show, he sat down with founder Shane Smith to demonstrate how to remove your cellphone's camera and microphone, effectively making the phone 'go black', protecting your ...

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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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Enormous Elevated Bus Unveiled in China

May 24, 2016 Engineers in China have designed a novel new transportation method in the form of an enormous elevated bus which may make traffic jams a thing of the past. The innovative vehicle, dubbed the 'Transit Elevated Bus,' would cruise along Chinese highways passing over cars and trucks that are driving below it. Propelled via rails embedded in the road, the giant bus is designed to seat an incredible ...

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Tesla’s legendary wireless electricity tower built and tested in Russia

By Alternative World News Network   Tesla’s famous Wardenclyffe Tower was, in some ways, the physical manifestation of his years of work.  A giant tower that could wirelessly transmit power across great distances, it was originally intended to transmit messages, telephony and facsimile images across the Atlantic to England and to ships at sea.  When Tesla decided to upgrade the tower to also transmit e ...

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Video: Company Creates Tsunami-Proof Capsule

May 23, 2016 With rising sea levels and earthquake activity increasing the risk of tsunamis, one company has devised a unique solution to live through such events: the Survival Capsule. Dubbed a 'personal safety system,' the enormous aluminum ball boasts the ability to float as well as withstand extreme heat and being struck from the outside. These attributes would make it the ideal escape location should a ...

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Brazilian builds water-powered motorbike, gets 310 miles out of 1 liter of water

Brazilian engineer, Ricardo Azevedo, has developed a hydrogen-powered engine that has an external car battery and runs on water. Dubbed the “T Power H20," it works by splitting H2O into hydrogen and oxygen and using the hydrogen as fuel; the resulting combustion moves the vehicle. In the following video, the inventor shows how even polluted water can make the bike move.  Azevedo explains, “the advantage of ...

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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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Man sets up foundation for patients seeking alternative treatments after curing his own cancer with cannabis oil

Cancer survivor David Hibbitt is creating a patient support foundation after curing his own cancer with cannabis oil. David, 33, was diagnosed with stage III bowel cancer in July 2012 and underwent chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery to treat his condition.(1) Despite these efforts, doctors told David that his cancer was terminal. He took matters into his own hands by trying cannabis oil as a last resort ...

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Iceland’s Biggest Political Party Is Now The “Pirate Party” — and It’s Amazing

(ANTIMEDIA) Iceland’s anti-establishment Pirate Party continues to lead nationwide polls as the most popular choice for the next elections. The party — whose policies include internet freedom, drug decriminalisation, and open democracy — has consistently led the polls for the last year and, as a result, has secured more funding than any of its rivals. The 2008 financial crisis hit Iceland hard. The followin ...

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New Mini-Turbine is Capable of Powering an Entire Town

In the course of our technological history, we have seen devices start off as a huge (and often heavy) devices. However, as the demand for more power in compact devices grows, the technology engineers provide us with our demands. Hence, we see our technology, more specifically in Cell-Phones and Computers, becoming smaller. The scientists from GE Global Research are now performing tests on a turbine that is ...

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Stop Supporting Child Slavery By Avoiding These 7 Companies

Who doesn’t love chocolate? Americans sure do. In fact, the average American citizen eats over 11 pounds of chocolate each year. But there’s a downside to this sweet treat beyond simply questionable ingredients. Many of us purchase our chocolate without thinking about who made it, and that’s a problem, since a variety of large corporations have been accused of using child slavery to give you your chocolate ...

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Gorillas Spring into Action to Dismantle Poacher’s Traps

A pair of young gorillas have been observed seeking out and destroying poachers’ snares after an infant in their group was killed by one of the traps. Conservationists say it’s the first time anyone has seen that kind of planning, cooperation, and ingenuity by mountain gorillas. Rangers already patrol Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park routinely looking for the snares. The poachers are after small game and mo ...

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