• The Vax-Scene, with Stephen Colbert

    The Vax-Scene, with Stephen Colbert
    The Vax-Scene, with Stephen Colbert https://www.bitchute.com/video/HHGCOzKaCYh6/ https://ugetube.com/watch/the-vax-scene-with-stephen-colbert-mp4_UEPPUbVgFjdOTVx.html
  • James Rickards: “We Are On The Precipice Of Global Food Crisis”

    James Rickards: “We Are On The Precipice Of Global Food Crisis”
    Both crises of energy and food represent the next waves of attack in Technocracy’s coup d’état that started with the engineered pandemic crisis of 2020. TN has warned for years that Technocrats intended to implement a scorched-earth policy to destroy capitalism and free enterprise in order to flip the world into Technocracy.
    This is the rationale for the WEF’s statement to “Build back better.” Building back implies that the original instance was destroyed. Th
  • Regulator: Half Of America Faces Power Blackouts This Summer

    Regulator:  Half Of America Faces Power Blackouts This Summer
    The “energy crisis” is fabricated from the ground up, first by killing off traditional and reliable sources of energy (coal, gas, oil, nuclear) and replacing them with unreliable and expensive windmills and solar panels. Americans will soon learn what it is like to live in Venezuela. ⁃ TN EditorTens of millions of Americans could be thrown into a summer of hell as a megadrought, heatwaves, and reduced power generation could trigger widespread rolling electricity blackouts
  • No Savings With ‘Green’ Energy: It’s 4 To 6 Times MORE Expensive

    No Savings With ‘Green’ Energy: It’s 4 To 6 Times MORE Expensive
    Cheap, alternative energy is the big lie of the century. It’s also a blatant oxymoron. If Biden and his United Nations cronies force us into the “Green New Deal”, we will be facing a minimum of a tripling of energy prices plus serious energy disruptions in the national energy grid. ⁃ TN EditorPresident Joe Biden keeps claiming that wind and solar energy are going to save money for consumers. But more government subsidies to “renewable energy” is a ke
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  • Lived A Good Life? Globalists Suggest Get Out Of The Way “For the Children”

    Lived A Good Life? Globalists Suggest Get Out Of The Way “For the Children”
    Global elitists have long sought population reduction in order to save remaining resources for themselves. Now, propaganda is emerging that suggests old people should consider getting out of the way for the sake of the children. Any society that would kill its young while still in the womb will have no problem in setting up euthanasia centers to kill the elderly. ⁃ TN Editor In the height of hypocrisy of “for the children” the World Economic Forum is now complaining about
  • Disconnect: Trump-Endorsed Oz’ Deep Connections With World Economic Forum

    Disconnect: Trump-Endorsed Oz’ Deep Connections With World Economic Forum
    As votes are recounted in a very close GOP primary in Pennsylvania, some voters are trying to reconcile former President Donald Trump’s endorsement of Dr. Mehmet Oz, who was named a “Global Leader of Tomorrow” by the World Economic Forum in 1999. The WEF’s Great Reset ideology is anathema to the “America First” political philosophy. ⁃ TN EditorDr. Mehmet Oz, a GOP Senate candidate, was a member of the World Economic Forum, the head of WEF’s ‘
  • Disconnect: Trump-Endorsed OZ’ Deep Connections With Word Economic Forum

    Disconnect: Trump-Endorsed OZ’ Deep Connections With Word Economic Forum
    As votes are recounted in a very close GOP primary in Pennsylvania, some voters are trying to reconcile former President Donald Trump’s endorsement of Dr. Mehmet OZ, who was named a “Global Leader of Tomorrow” by the World Economic Forum in 1999. The WEF’s Great Reset ideology is anathema to the “America First” political philosophy. ⁃ TN EditorDr. Mehmet Oz, a GOP Senate candidate, was a member of the World Economic Forum, the head of WEF’s ‘
  • Arizona’s Turncoat Attorney General Shredded All Hope For Election Integrity

    Arizona’s Turncoat Attorney General Shredded All Hope For Election Integrity
    In the most despicable display of political and legal malfeasance in recent memory, Arizona’s Republican Attorney General, Mark Brnovich, balked on pursuing criminal charges based on evidence surfaced during the exhaustive election audit following the 2020 presidential election of Joe Biden.
    According to the Gateway Pundit,
    The full forensic audit of Maricopa County’s 2020 election discovered evidence of hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes. After seven long months of &ldqu
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  • Video Evidence Proves Buffalo Shooting False Flag!

    Video Evidence Proves Buffalo Shooting False Flag!
    Dark Outpost Dr. James Fetzer will give his take on the Buffalo shooting with video evidence clearly proving it was another false flag. Recently declassified documents reveal that 15 coal miners were viciously attacked and brutally murdered by a race of Reptilian beings in Pennsylvania. The truth will be unsealed....
  • Bart Sibrel | The Moon Landing Fraud, Apollo Mission Inconsistencies, & NASA Lies

    Bart Sibrel | The Moon Landing Fraud, Apollo Mission Inconsistencies, & NASA Lies
    Conspiracy, Mystery, And Comedy. Boom. ***Join THC+ for full uninterrupted 2 hour episodes, a dedicated Plus RRS feed, lifetime forum access, merch discounts, & other bonuses like free downloads of THC music: thehighersidechats.com/plus-membership   See detailed sign up options down below.  About Today’s Guest: Bart Sibrel is an award winning filmmaker,...
  • Is Google’s DeepMind AI Close To ‘Human-Level’ Intelligence?

    Is Google’s DeepMind AI Close To ‘Human-Level’ Intelligence?
    Google’s hype on DeepMind exceeds reality in achieving Artificial General Intelligence (AGI). According to Tristan Greene of TheNextWeb, “It’s not a general AI, it’s a bunch of pre-trained, narrow models bundled neatly.” What is certain is Google’s ability to ‘make it so’ and fool a public that cannot distinguish between magic and reality. ⁃ TN EditorDeepMind, a British company owned by Google, may be on the verge of achieving human-leve
  • Mask Redux: Apple Mandates Face Diapers For Employees In 100 U.S. Retail Stores

    Don’t think for a minute that the face mask controversy in America is over. Apple continues its dystopian ways by reinstating masks for employees, even though the ineffectiveness of masks has been thoroughly established. It is now just a matter of political will, arbitrarily forcing employees to submit whether they want to or not. ⁃ TN EditorApple retail employees at around 100 stores will need to go back to wearing a mask while working, according to Bloomberg‘s Mark
  • Neo-Con War Monger Insanity: ‘Monkeys With Matches In A Room Full Of Dynamite’

    Neo-Con War Monger Insanity: ‘Monkeys With Matches In A Room Full Of Dynamite’
    This essay is a bit of a ramble, but it brings up all the right points. The Technocrat loonies who are in charge of the world are doing everything they can to destroy it. Are they just idiots or are we all being played by a larger misinformation campaign to keep from looking in the right places? The Trump enigma is especially concerning. ⁃ TN EditorIn Part 1 of this article I examined previous Fourth Turnings and the Gray Champions who won and lost, but made a difference in the c
  • Fully Vaccinated Prone To Developing Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

    Fully Vaccinated Prone To Developing Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
    The mRNA injections produced by Moderna, Pfizer, etc. all directly meddle with immune system functions. Based on government supplied data, they are now being linked with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Watch Big Pharma and their hoard of fact checking trolls jump on this with screams of denial and feigned outrage. ⁃ TN EditorSomething is very wrong, and it is because of the Covid-19 injections.
    All around the world, Governments are publishing official data that all show the same thing.
  • Bio-Engineered Breast Milk Titans: Gates, Bezos, Zuckerberg, Branson

    If a natural, life-essential product exists anywhere in nature, Technocrats will seek to recreate it in a laboratory. This includes breast milk, meats and all types of food, drugs, etc. Specifically, they have usurped the role of “intelligent design” but it is in image of their own eyes, and not God’s. ⁃ TN EditorAn article published by Daily Mail on June 19, 2020, revealed that Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, and other billionaires invested in a new st
  • The Great Reset Now Includes ‘Genetically Edited’ Food

    The Great Reset Now Includes ‘Genetically Edited’ Food
    This article unequivocally confirms my topic at the Crimes Against Humanity tour: “The Takeover Of All Genetic Material On Earth”, which is shocking in scope and consequence. These megalomaniac scientists have been methodically plotting this uninvited takeover in earnest since 1992. ⁃ TN EditorThe Queen’s Speech was interesting this year.
    For all the people outside the UK who don’t understand what the “Queens Speech” actually is, it’s a farcical st
  • Newly released video shows 9/11 hijackers with alleged Saudi intelligence operative

    Newly released video shows 9/11 hijackers with alleged Saudi intelligence operative
    While President Biden signed an executive order last fall to declassify 9/11 evidence, the families of some 9/11 victims say they had to go through the British courts to get records and videos seized two decades ago from an alleged Saudi government operative that have never been public until now. Buried inside the trove is a home video from 2000. The event was described in 9/11 Commission records as a party at the San Diego apartment of Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Mihdhar, the first two hijacke
  • What is DHS' Disinformation Governance Board and why is everyone so mad about it?

    What is DHS' Disinformation Governance Board and why is everyone so mad about it?
    The Department of Homeland Security's announcement of a "Disinformation Governance Board" to standardize the treatment of disinformation by the agencies it oversees has been met with an overwhelmingly negative response since it was first unveiled in April. "It's an awful idea, and you ought to disband it," Sen. Mitt Romney, Republican of Utah, told Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas at a Senate hearing. The new board is intended to standardize the department's efforts to respond to d
  • The adverts banned for misleading climate claims

    The adverts banned for misleading climate claims
    In September 2019, Ryanair circulated a series of adverts on TV, radio and online which urged customers to fly with "Europe's Lowest Fares, Lowest Emissions Airline. Everybody knows that when you fly Ryanair you enjoy the lowest fares. But do you know you are travelling on the airline with Europe's lowest emissions as well?" The Advertising Standards Agency (ASA), the UK's advertising watchdog, banned the campaign several months later after concluding that these claims were misleading. Ryanair i
  • Growing share of Covid-19 deaths are among vaccinated people, but booster shots substantially lower the risk

    Growing share of Covid-19 deaths are among vaccinated people, but booster shots substantially lower the risk
    Since Covid-19 vaccines became widely available, there has been a wide gap in deaths between the vaccinated and unvaccinated. But recent Covid deaths are much more evenly split as highly transmissible variants take hold, vaccine protection wanes and booster uptake stagnates. In the second half of September - the height of the Delta wave - less than a quarter of all Covid-19 deaths were among vaccinated people, federal data shows. But in January and February, amid the Omicron surge, more than 40%
  • Abuse-clouded prison gets attention, but will things change?

    An Associated Press investigation had revealed a culture of abuse and cover-ups that had persisted for years at the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California, a women-only facility called the "rape club" by many who know it. Because of AP reporting, the head of the federal Bureau of Prisons had submitted his resignation in January. Yet no one had been named to replace him, so he was still on the job. "It's absolutely horrible. I've never experienced anything like this. In my career,
  • What we do and don't know about kindness

    What we do and don't know about kindness
    Kindness might once have been considered something of a soft topic, but it has begun to be taken seriously within academic research. When developmental psychologist Robin Banerjee ... surveyed past research, he found just 35 papers on kindness in psychology journals in the whole of the 1980s. In the past decade, there were more than 1,000. But there is still plenty to discover. One morning, people walking down a street in the Canadian city of Vancouver were asked to take part in an experiment. T
  • What Should America Do With Its Nuclear Waste?

    In 2013, [Southern California Edison] announced that San Onofre [Nuclear Generating Station] would be decommissioned. Activists realized that all of the high-level radioactive waste that had accumulated at the plant over the course of its lifetime – 1,600 tons of spent fuel rods – would remain at the site for the foreseeable future. Although the federal government is legally responsible for disposing of commercial spent nuclear fuel in a permanent underground repository, there has be
  • What Proportion of Doctors Are Vaccine Hesitant?

    What Proportion of Doctors Are Vaccine Hesitant?
    Levels of vaccine hesitancy among physicians may be higher than expected, with 1 in 10 primary care doctors not believing that vaccines are safe, according to a new survey. Among 625 physicians, 10.1% did not agree that vaccines were safe; 9.3% did not agree that vaccines were effective; and 8.3% did not agree that they were important, Timothy Callaghan, PhD, of Texas A&M School of Public Health [said]. The high proportion of hesitancy among primary care doctors "was certainly a surprise for
  • UFOs left 'radiation burns' and 'unaccounted for pregnancies,' new Pentagon report claims

    UFOs left 'radiation burns' and 'unaccounted for pregnancies,' new Pentagon report claims
    Encounters with UFOs have reportedly left Americans suffering from radiation burns, brain and nervous system damage, and even "unaccounted for pregnancy," according to a massive database of U.S. government reports recently made public through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The database of documents includes more than 1,500 pages of UFO-related material from the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) – a secretive U.S Department of Defense program that ran fr
  • UFOs could threaten US security, pols say after Capitol Hill briefing

    UFOs could threaten US security, pols say after Capitol Hill briefing
    Capitol Hill lawmakers said Wednesday that UFOs could pose a pressing threat to America's national security, as the pols emerged from a highly classified briefing with Navy and FBI officials on the unexplained phenomena. Ahead of the release of a highly anticipated Pentagon report on unidentified flying objects before month's end, members of the House Intelligence Committee received a hush-hush sneak preview inside a SCIF, or "sensitive compartmented information facility." As for the existence o
  • Three amazing ways science can measure kindness

    Three amazing ways science can measure kindness
    Kindness is great to give, and especially nice to receive. But isn't something you can see, or touch. So how can science research it? There is a way, and it's concerned with how our brains are behaving when we're doing a good deed for someone else - behaviour that can be recorded and analysed. Have you ever done a selfless act for someone and felt great about it afterwards? That's because part of ... something called the reward pathway. Dr Dan Campbell-Meiklejohn, a senior psychology lecturer ..
  • This Guy Invented Shoes That Grow Five Sizes In Five Years For Kids In Developing Countries

    This Guy Invented Shoes That Grow Five Sizes In Five Years For Kids In Developing Countries
    Kenton Lee was working at an orphanage in Kenya when he noticed a little girl with the ends of her shoes cut off and her toes sticking out. It was then that he came up with the idea for The Shoe That Grows. "For years the idea of these growing shoes wouldn't leave my mind," he told BuzzFeed News.Lee and his team at first tried to give the idea to companies like Nike, Crocs, and Toms, to no avail. Eventually they found a "shoe development company" called Proof of Concept who agreed to help them
  • The secret society 'tomb' hiding in plain sight in Berkeley

    The secret society 'tomb' hiding in plain sight in Berkeley
    Walking up Prospect toward Memorial Stadium, your eyes will likely flit past it. But that unassuming gray building was once the "Tomb" of Berkeley's most hated secret society, and it was so putrid the city eventually stepped in to shut it down. Skull and Keys was founded in the 1890s by a group of UC Berkeley fraternity members, most prominent among them writer Frank Norris. It was modeled after the famed Skull and Bones secret society at Yale, and like them, invited select members from other fr
  • The San Quentin prison doctor who performed over 10,000 human experiments

    The San Quentin prison doctor who performed over 10,000 human experiments
    San Quentin Chief Surgeon Leo Stanley ... was experimenting with putting animal testicles into men, but human-to-human transplants were preferred. Working at San Quentin gave him access to the organs of recently dead young men at a rate few other doctors could boast. In the next 20 years, he would perform over 10,000 testicular implants within the walls of San Quentin State Prison. Upon arriving, Stanley remarked later, he was upset by the lack of racial segregation among the inmates. "Whites, N
  • The French town where the lighting is alive

    The French town where the lighting is alive
    In Rambouillet, a small French town around 30 miles (50km) south-west of Paris, a soft blue light emanated from a row of cylindrical tubes. Members of the public ... were invited to bathe in the glow for a few minutes. Soon, the same azure glow will illuminate the nearby, tree-lined Place André Thomé et Jacqueline Thomé-Patenôtre, located just across from the aptly named La Lanterne performance hall, at night. These ethereal experiments are also under
  • The Cold War Experiments

    On June 1, 1951, top military and intelligence officials of the United States, Canada and Great Britain, alarmed by frightening reports of communist success at "intervention in the individual mind," summoned a small group of eminent psychologists to a secret meeting at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Montreal. By the following September, U.S. government scientists, spurred on by reports that American prisoners of war were being brainwashed in North Korea, were proposing an urgent, top-secret research
  • 'Tantalizing' results of 2 experiments defy physics rulebook

    'Tantalizing' results of 2 experiments defy physics rulebook
    Preliminary results from two experiments suggest something could be wrong with the basic way physicists think the universe works, a prospect that has the field of particle physics both baffled and thrilled. Tiny particles called muons aren't quite doing what is expected of them in two different long-running experiments in the United States and Europe. The confounding results – if proven right – reveal major problems with the rulebook physicists use to describe and understand how the
  • Syphilis Victims in U.S. Study Went Untreated for 40 Years

    Syphilis Victims in U.S. Study Went Untreated for 40 Years
    For 40 years the United States Public Health Service has conducted a study in which human beings with syphilis, who were induced to serve as guinea pigs, have gone without medical treatment for the disease and a few have died of its late effects, even though an effective therapy, was eventually discovered. The study was conducted to determine from autopsies what the disease does to the human body. It is too late to treat the syphilis in any surviving participants. The experiment, called the Tusk
  • She's Summited Everest 9 Times: Meet Lhakpa Sherpa, A World Record-Holder

    We've all heard stories about extraordinary climbers. These are people who defy the stakes in an attempt to beat the odds every time they summit a mountain that others have only seen in photos. Whereas the average hiker has seen upwards of only 10,000 feet, extreme athletes and professional alpinists have explored the summits of mountains towering well over 18,000 feet. For some, the ultimate summit sits at a harrowing height of 29,032 feet. It's unimaginable: A temperature so cold that few livi
  • Scientist discover all ingredients necessary for DNA in meteorite for first time

    Scientist discover all ingredients necessary for DNA in meteorite for first time
    Exactly how regular matter first transmuted into the organised self-replicating assemblies of molecules that we call life on Earth is the focus of ongoing scientific research. But a new paper published in the journal Nature Communications strengthens theories that hold the basis of life came from outer space. Using new techniques of chemical analysis, Japanese researchers have now shown all the amino acids necessary to form DNA and RNA, the genetic basis of life can be found in small meteorites
  • Richest 25 Americans reportedly paid 'true tax rate' of 3.4% as wealth rocketed

    Richest 25 Americans reportedly paid 'true tax rate' of 3.4% as wealth rocketed
    The 25 richest Americans, including Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett and Elon Musk, paid a "true tax rate" of just 3.4% between 2014 and 2018, according to an investigation by ProPublica, despite their collective net worth rising by more than $400bn in the same period. The report by the non-profit news organization exposes the US tax system as income and wealth inequality continues to widen. ProPublica used Internal Revenue Service data to dive into the tax returns of some of America's wealthiest and
  • Revealed: top US corporations raising prices on Americans even as profits surge

    Revealed: top US corporations raising prices on Americans even as profits surge
    As inflation shot to a new peak in March, cost increases exacted a deep toll on the economy. But for many of the US's largest companies and their shareholders it has been a very different story. A Guardian analysis of top corporations' financials and earnings calls reveals most are enjoying profit increases even as they pass on costs to customers, many of whom are struggling to afford gas, food, clothing, housing and other basics. The analysis of Securities and Exchange Commission filings for 10
  • New Pentagon Office Criticized as Effort to Control UFO Investigations, End Transparency

    New Pentagon Office Criticized as Effort to Control UFO Investigations, End Transparency
    American officials and analysts globally are raising alarm about a new Defense Department office that will handle the U.S. government's examination of unidentified flying objects, warning that the move indicates the military wants to end a brief spell of transparency and shove UFO reports back into a closet. The Pentagon quietly announced ... that it had formed the esoteric-sounding Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group. It serves as the follow-on to a government-wi
  • Martin Bormann and the Future of Germany

    Martin Bormann and the Future of Germany
    When the ... story of Martin Bormann is written it will reveal him to be the man largely responsible for West Germany's postwar recovery. The blueprint for this economic resurgence was outlined at a secret meeting of German industrialists in Strasbourg, France, on Aug. 10, 1944. A directive addressed to the meeting from Martin Bormann–the most powerful man in Germany next to Hitler–said the war was practically lost and that a postwar commercial campaign must take its place. The secre
  • How Many Billionaires Are There, Anyway?

    How Many Billionaires Are There, Anyway?
    In 1981, Malcolm Forbes, the eccentric and fabulously wealthy magazine publisher, came to his editors with a request: Could they pull together a special issue about the 400 richest Americans? The resulting reporting project took a year, dozens of flights and thousands of interviews. At the top of the very first Forbes 400 list was Daniel K. Ludwig, a shipping magnate, estimated by the magazine to be worth more than $2 billion. Adjusted for inflation, that's now at least $5.8 billion, a fortune t
  • He won $217 million in the lottery, then spent nearly all of it to help save the planet

    He won $217 million in the lottery, then spent nearly all of it to help save the planet
    A lucky Frenchman has decided to dedicate most of his record-breaking $217 million lottery jackpot to a nature foundation he created. The winner, nicknamed "Guy" by French lottery group Françaises des Jeux (FDJ), won the sum in December 2020. "From my point of view, the priority today is saving the planet," Guy [said]. "We must act. It is an absolute emergency. If nothing is done in this regard, all other actions will be in vain. We will no longer exist."Revisiting the moment of his w
  • Gun deaths were the leading killer of US children in 2020

    Gun deaths were the leading killer of US children in 2020
    Guns overtook car crashes to become the leading cause of death for US children and teenagers in 2020. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that over 4,300 young Americans died of firearm-related injuries in 2020. While suicides contributed to the toll, the data shows that homicides form the majority of gun-related deaths. More than 390 million guns are owned by US civilians. According to the research - which was published this week in the New England Journal Medic
  • GMO is out, 'bioengineered' is in, as new U.S. food labeling rules take effect

    Say goodbye to GMOs. The new term for foods created with a boost from science is "bioengineered." As of Jan. 1, food manufacturers, importers and retailers in the U.S. must comply with a new national labeling standard for food that's been genetically modified in a way that isn't possible through natural growth. Consumers will begin to see labels on some foods that say "bioengineered" or "derived from bioengineering," as the new federal standard takes hold. The change has been several years in th
  • From seawater to drinking water, with the push of a button

    From seawater to drinking water, with the push of a button
    MIT researchers have developed a portable desalination unit, weighing less than 10 kilograms, that can remove particles and salts to generate drinking water. The suitcase-sized device, which requires less power to operate than a cell phone charger, can also be driven by a small, portable solar panel, which can be purchased online for around $50. It automatically generates drinking water that exceeds World Health Organization quality standards. The technology is packaged into a user-friendly devi
  • Chilean start-up, 'Wheel the World,' broadens horizons for disabled

    Chilean start-up, 'Wheel the World,' broadens horizons for disabled
    A Chilean start-up has been launched to open up some of the world's most iconic tourist attractions to disabled visitors. The idea for Wheel the World was borne out of an expedition three years ago to Chile's Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia by a group of friends from the University of California at Berkeley. The group crowd-funded a special wheelchair for their friend, Álvaro Silberstein, who was left quadriplegic following a car accident when he was 18. They documented th
  • Can magic mushrooms be used to treat racial trauma?

    Can magic mushrooms be used to treat racial trauma?
    Evan, a middle-class Black man, doesn't come across as a psychedelic enthusiast. He's a 23-year-old quantitative economics graduate student who takes pride in steaming his sweater vests to maintain a studious appearance. In 2015, Evan's father was arrested for misdemeanor drug possession. A teenager at the time, he swore off drugs forever. But six years later, magic mushrooms have become Evan's remedy to cope with racial trauma. Like most Americans, Evan followed the widespread media coverage of
  • California could be releasing billions of genetically modified male mosquitoes to fight diseases

    California could be releasing billions of genetically modified male mosquitoes to fight diseases
    The future is decidedly not female for California mosquitoes, or at least that's what researchers hope to achieve when they unleash up to 2.4 billion genetically altered males into the West Coast state starting this summer in an attempt to control the booming populations. The Environmental Protection Agency announced last month that biotech firm Oxitec had received approval to expand its existing pilot program in Florida into California's Central Valley, a campaign that would run through 2024 an
  • Aliens Created Our Universe in a Lab, Scientist Suggests

    Aliens Created Our Universe in a Lab, Scientist Suggests
    Could our universe have been created in a petri dish? Avi Loeb seems to think so. The Harvard astronomer posits that a higher "class" of civilization may have conjured up our universe in a laboratory far, far away. "Since our universe has a flat geometry with a zero net energy, an advanced civilization could have developed a technology that created a baby universe out of nothing through quantum tunneling," Loeb writes in an op-ed published by Scientific American last year. This theory, he sugges
  • After Trump's contentious courtship of the Saudis, $2B for Jared Kushner

    In a political career rife with flip-flops, few rank as high as Donald Trump's 180 on Saudi Arabia. For more than a decade, Trump had held up the kingdom as a prime example of U.S. foreign policy cozying up to nefarious allies of convenience. Almost immediately upon being sworn in, though, Trump shifted in a more Saudi-friendly direction. He held fast to that posture even after Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was implicated in the gruesome murder of Washington Post contributing columnist Jamal

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