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Gold, Its Value and Rarity

Since Ancient times, gold has served a very unique function in society. Gold is extremely rare, impossible to create out of “thin air”, easily identifiable, malleable, and it does not tarnish. By nature of these properties, gold has been highly valued throughout history for every tiny ounce of weight. That’s why it’s been used by […]

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JFK’s Murder

On November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was gunned down in the streets of Dallas in broad daylight. According to the Warren Commission (1964), the government’s first official investigative panel into the president’s death, JFK was shot by lone gunman Lee Harvey Oswald from the 6th floor window of the Texas School Book Depository […]

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California’s Megafloods of the Past

Posted at the Fabius Maximus website. Summary: To boost our fear, activists and journalists report the weather with amnesia about the past. Ten-year records become astonishing events; weather catastrophes of 50 or 100 years ago are forgotten. It makes for good clickbait but cripples our ability to prepare for the inevitable. California’s history of floods […]

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Guaranteed To Infuriate the Establishment

If there are any sacred cows in America, the one at the head of the herd has got to be Abraham Lincoln. Our culture gleefully vilifies almost everyone. Psycho-biographies, in which the darkest interior rooms of the subject are exposed to light, are the rage these days. But somehow Lincoln for the most part has […]

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Google’s AI Resembles Google’s Bosses

Will artificial intelligence get more aggressive and selfish the more intelligent it becomes? A new report out of Google’s DeepMind AI division suggests this is possible based on the outcome of millions of video game sessions it monitored. The results of the two games indicate that as artificial intelligence becomes more complex, it is more […]

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The Swamp Strikes Back

The tawdry Michael Flynn soap opera boils down to the CIA hemorrhaging leaks to the company town newspaper, leading to the desired endgame: a resounding victory for hardcore neocon/neoliberalcon US Deep State factions in one particular battle. But the war is not over; in fact, it’s just beginning. Even before Flynn’s fall, Russian analysts had been […]

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Reince Priebus Next To Go?

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The purge of Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn engineered by White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, formally the head of the Republican National Committee in Washington, is the “Pearl Harbor” for Trump loyalists – a devastating attack that determines for Trump supporters that Priebus, an elite GOP Washington insider, must go. The […]

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The Vast US Spy Cabal

A former National Security Agency analyst and counterintelligence officer tweeted on Wednesday that the intelligence community will now be “going nuclear” against Trump. John Schindler, a national security columnist for the Observer and former NSA analyst, published an article on Sunday titled “The Spy Revolt Against Trump Begins,” which asserts that the Intelligence Community is rebelling against Trump […]

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Poor Noo Yawkers

The mayor of New York City just may be the second most powerful elected position in U.S. politics, only behind the presidency. Located inside City Hall in the heart of Manhattan’s bustling and brightly lit Broadway, the Big Apple’s mayoral office is arguably the most influential in the world. And it looks like Hillary Clinton […]

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Tesla Invented It 100 Years Ago

In 1899, the inventor Nikola Tesla began performing the first successful experiments on wireless power transfer. His initial success led him to believe that one day power would be transmitted around the planet without the need for cables. It took over 100 years, but his dream of wire-free power transmission was eventually realized—though perhaps not […]

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A Kennedy Commission on Vaccine Safety?

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., the vaccine skeptic who President Trump has put in charge of a ‘vaccine safety and scientific integrity,’ says the president told him he was ‘not going to back down’ on the issue. Kennedy and Trump have raised suspicions about vaccines despite their overwhelming support among scientists and physicians as a way to […]

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Stomach on Fire?

A burning stomach, or a burning sensation in the stomach, can cause pain, fatigue, and stress to the stomach. Burning stomach is becoming a growing and common problem as a result of indigestible food, health problems, infections, overuse of antibiotics, and chlorinated water, to name a few causes. The stomach is a muscular sack between […]

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A Lake of Molten Carbon the Size of Mexico

A huge well of molten carbon that would spell disaster for the planet if released has been found under the US. Scientists using the world’s largest array of seismic sensors have mapped a deep-Earth area, covering 700,000 sq miles (1.8 million sq km). This is around the size of Mexico, and researchers say it has the […]

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First Big Defeat for Trump

General Michael Flynn’s resignation as National Security Adviser is by far the biggest blow President Trump has suffered since his inauguration. As I have written previously, this is a completely concocted scandal.  The most General Flynn is accused of is telling Russian ambassador Kislyak that Russia should not overreact to the sanctions President Obama imposed […]

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Pronunciation in the 1920’s

It’s fair to say the English language can be a bit of a minefield at times. What else can you say about a language in which enough, cough, dough, bough, and through don’t rhyme with one another, or in which the plural of goose and mongoose are geese and mongooses? Come to grips with all […]

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Why Aren’t You Losing Belly Fat?

Many of us can likely attest to how uncomfortable it feels to have extra belly fat hanging over our pants every day. It can leave you feeling heavy, bloated, and sometimes even embarrassed around others. It seems that people of all shapes, sizes, and fitness levels share this common issue, begging the question: Why can’t […]

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Haunted Hillary

Persistent rumors of Hillary Clinton’s 2020 presidential aspirations are not sitting well with the left-wing media. Politico’s Matt Latimer claims he can prove that Hillary is “running again”: And the facts are clear that the former secretary of state is doing everything she needs to do to run for the White House one more time. […]

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Are the Feds Spying on Your Prescription Meds?

Prescription meds are a way that the Big Brother state can maintain control over your medical supplies and monitor you as an individual. In mid-January, an article came out entitled “Feds force Doctors and Pharmacists to Spy on 60% of Americans,” and deals with the PMP, the Prescription Monitoring Program, and 48 states have adopted it.  […]

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Did the CIA Ruin Classical Music for the Masses?

As both a classically trained musician and an audiophile, the 1950s and 1960s was something of a golden age of recorded music. It was at this time that some of the most remarkable conductors of the 20th century were invited to make recordings on new stereophonic technology, whose sonic qualities equal and in some cases […]

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How Will the World End?

How humanity will meet its end is a an endless source of fascination in science fiction. But scientists claim many of the scenarios depicted in films – such as an asteroid strike and killer robots – may not be as far fetched as you might think. Now, in a new article for Wired, researchers at […]

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