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Artificial Intelligence Could Bring Karl Marx’s Ideas to Life

Admittedly I don’t know too much about Karl Marx, but that quote in the headline image is something that that I agree with. Perhaps his ideas/beliefs warrant a closer look. via RT: AI could prove itself to be most effective when used in conditions of a planned economy, not in a free market system as previously thought, according to participants … Continue reading

New Report on ‘Tic-Tac UFO’ Released by Pentagon

The document goes in to more detail about a strange object that was pursued by two fighter jets back in 2004. The encounter, which was first reported last year, allegedly took place along the coast of California. “It takes off like nothing I’ve ever seen,” said David Fravor, a retired Navy pilot who had flown one of the two intercepting … Continue reading

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Strange Sounds and Lights in the Sky Around the World

Here is a great collection of strange sounds and lights in the sky events from around the world. via XtremeRealityCheck: Mystery booms, skyquakes, Strange sounds in sky, earthquake lights aurora borealis magnetic rainbow effect, strange animal wildlife behavior, volcanic eruptions, New Madrid fault line 1812 mega quake…. warning signs? Should we learn from history? XtremeRealityCheck YouTube IF YOU ENJOY THIS … Continue reading

Human-Chicken Hybrid Created by Scientist to ‘Observe Embryo Formation’

I suspect there is some fowl play here (sorry had to do it). via sputniknews: A new study by biologists has observed a key factor in embryo development – but they did it by combining human and chicken cells into a single embryo. It sounds like a plot from a science fiction B-movie — mad scientists toying with nature, creating … Continue reading

DNA of Some from South-East England Raises Questions as to Their Origins

The Romans may have given us impressive roads, plumbing and an entirely new calendar, but it was always thought that when they left Britain they took their DNA with them. Previous studies have shown that the legionnaires left little genetic legacy before returning to defend the Roman Empire from marauding barbarians in the 5th century. But new research could be … Continue reading

Octopuses are Possibly Space Aliens, According to Scientists

Okay, how many of us have already had this thought? I know I have, even when I was just a child (based on nothing more than appearance of course). via Unexplained-Mysteries: A bizarre new theory proposes that octopus embryos arrived on Earth on a comet millions of years ago. They might look alien, but are octopuses and other cephalopods really … Continue reading

Alternative Researchers Claim ‘Declassified Files’ Reveal HAARP Weather Control Scheme

Three conspiracy theorists are vowing to blow the lid on what they believe is the biggest chemtrail bombshell of the century, after claiming to uncover alleged unclassified US Patents and Trademark Office (USPTO) documents. While this is interesting, I’m not sure why this is such a bombshell. Some governments have admitted on some level or another that this IS being … Continue reading

Humanoid AI Robot Can Chase After You

Terminator is slowing coming true :O via Unexplained-Mysteries: Boston Dynamics’ humanoid robot Atlas is now able to run and jump outside without being tethered to anything. It may have taken three years to accomplish, but now the eerily human-like creation has been given free reign to go wherever it pleases and can even jump over obstacles in its path. In … Continue reading

Strange Astral Phenomena in Our Solar System

Streetcap1 found this unusual astral phenomena captured by NASA’s Stereo Ahead satellite. The event starts to take shape around the 1:00 mark but I would watch from the start as the video shows some of the beauty of space. But when you get close to the 1:00 mark, pay attention to the top right area where you will see some … Continue reading

Global Volcanic Activity Raises Concerns of 13 Active Volcanoes on US West Coast

The eruption of a Hawaii volcano has people warily eyeing volcanic peaks on America’s West Coast. The West Coast is home to an 800-mile (1,300-kilometer) chain of 13 volcanoes from Washington state’s Mount Baker to California’s Lassen Peak. They include Mount St. Helens, whose spectacular 1980 eruption in the Pacific Northwest killed dozens of people and sent volcanic ash across … Continue reading