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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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Watch how to pick a lock with a hairpin

Firstly, of course you won't use this information to perform any sort of illegal break-ins.  This post is intended for the majority of you who will run into the unfortunate scenario of losing a key. If you're in the second camp, and you happen to be lucky enough to have a lock that uses a barrel-and-pin style lock, we've got you covered. Wikihow breaks down how a standard lock with a barrel and pins works, ...

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Brilliant 8-Year-Old Explains How We Can End War

By John Vibes at theantimedia.org   At just 10 years old (now), King Nahh has his own YouTube channel, has spoken at various locations around the world, and appeared on various radio shows. In the interview below, Nahh showcases his knowledge about propaganda and violence in our culture. According to Nahh’s Facebook page: “At 8 years of age, King Nahh has sat in with local civic leaders as they discuss ...

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Ron Paul, Secretary of State Neocons in dire fear Paul will…

On Wednesday, the neocon journalist Jennifer Rubin tweeted under the hashtag #thingstoworryabout. She is afraid Ron Paul will be selected as Secretary of State in a Trump administration. Rubin, described as a “conservative” journalist, works for The Washington Post where she espouses the neocon line on foreign policy. As an advocate for “American exceptionalism,” she supports military intervention and the n ...

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Why is the US government suppressing this herbal breakthrough that can protect your liver from alcohol damage? (VIDEO)

(NaturalNews) I've just posted a new video on Youtube, revealing how the US government is actively suppressing a licorice root-based herbal breakthrough that can protect you from liver damage. The herb gives your liver a powerful, molecular "self-defense" capability against alcohol and Tylenol damage, protecting your liver from damage. But the government is actively trying to suppress this natural breakthro ...

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How to escape a submerging car

About 400 people die in the US every year from drowning in their cars.  This number can ideally be shrunk, but there are a few steps one must take to get out of a sinking car. Above all else, act quickly.  No matter how you handle the situation, you have about a minute to get out alive says the University of Manitoba's Gordon Geisbrecht, who trains law enforcement officers and others on underwater-vehicle e ...

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This accidental discovery help batteries last YEARS longer

Today, most smartphone and device batteries are made from lithium and slowly lose capacity over thousands of recharges. Researchers at UC Irvine built a battery that substituted gold nanowire in electrolyte gel for the lithium and lost barely five percent battery capacity over 200,000 charge cycles — but they aren’t totally sure how it worked. The researchers were hunting for an alternative to lithium, whos ...

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How to escape from zip ties in three videos

(Bugout.news) Perhaps one of the most frightening things to contemplate is being captured by rival groups or detained by military or police in a societal collapse situation. Talk about the ultimate feeling of helplessness; as a prisoner you won’t be able to stop a group from doing awful, harmful things to your loved ones or protect them from the heavy hand of government. If you ever find yourself in a situa ...

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5 tips to make you more prepared that won’t cost you a dime

(Bugout.news) Buying the latest, greatest gear and stocking up on long-term storage foods and water are both necessary when it comes to being better prepared for any emergency. Doing those things costs money, of course, and there are a number of other things we can do that should not be overlooked, in addition to boosting our supplies of bullets, bandages and chow that won’t cost a thing.= Let’s examine the ...

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