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NSA Surveillance Much Broader Than Realized, Agency Can Spy on 75% of Internet Communications NSA Surveillance Much Broader Than Realized, Agency Can Spy on 75% of Internet Communications By Charlie Connell c.connell@hngn.com | Aug 21, 2013 10:15 AM EDT The National Security Agency has been logging hundreds of millions of contact lists from email and instant messaging accounts that it obtained while they were transmitted over the Internet. (Photo : Wikipedia)
Mansome 246: THE BEST HAIRCUT FOR YOUR FACE SHAPE Mansome 246: THE BEST HAIRCUT FOR YOUR FACE SHAPE WIRED February 2014 - How the US Almost Killed the Internet Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and other tech titans have had to fight for their lives—against their own government. This month, we take a look inside their year from hell, and why the web will never be the same.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Why I changed my mind on weed Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Why I changed my mind on weed Dr. Sanjay Gupta says we have been "systematically misled" on marijuanaDEA lists marijuana as a schedule 1 substance with "high potential for abuse"Most recent research on marijuana has been on its negative effects, Gupta saysStudies on marijuana require approval from National Institute on Drug Abuse (CNN) -- Over the last year, I have been working on a new documentary called "Weed."
The Most Puzzling Ancient Artifacts The Most Puzzling Ancient Artifacts The Bible tells us that God created Adam and Eve just a few thousand years ago, by some fundamentalist interpretations. Science informs us that this is mere fiction and that man is a few million years old, and that civilization just tens of thousands of years old. Could it be, however, that conventional science is just as mistaken as the Bible stories? There is a great deal of archeological evidence that the history of life on earth might be far different than what current geological and anthropological texts tell us. Consider these astonishing finds:
TamponGate: Texas Senate issues ban on feminine hygiene products TamponGate: Texas Senate issues ban on feminine hygiene products Advertisement Please support our site by enabling javascript to view ads. The Texas Senate barred women from bringing feminine hygiene products into the Senate Chambers Friday — provoking a social media uproar and an exceptionally swift retraction of the policy. Why ban the humble tampon or pad from entry? Lt.
An in vitro fertilization (IVF) milestone has been announced by British researchers. For the first time, a baby was born using a new embryo screening technique combs through genetic data looking for risk for diseases and other abnormalities. The researchers say the technique, known as "next generation sequencing" will revolutionize embryo selection for families turning to IVF. IVF first: Baby born with embryo selection from DNA screening IVF first: Baby born with embryo selection from DNA screening
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It is the interview the world's media organisations have been chasing for more than a week, but instead Edward Snowden is giving Guardian readers the exclusive. The 29-year-old former NSA contractor and source of the Guardian's NSA files coverage will – with the help of Glenn Greenwald – take your questions today on why he revealed the NSA's top-secret surveillance of US citizens, the international storm that has ensued, and the uncertain future he now faces. Ask him anything. Snowden, who has fled the US, told the Guardian he "does not expect to see home again", but where he'll end up has yet to be determined. He will be online today from 11am ET/4pm BST today. An important caveat: the live chat is subject to Snowden's security concerns and also his access to a secure internet connection. Edward Snowden Q&A: NSA whistleblower answers your questions | World news Edward Snowden Q&A: NSA whistleblower answers your questions | World news
Albert Hoffman, discoverer of LSD. Ilustration by Alex Grey. For seven months in 1953, William S. 'Neurons to Nirvana' Makes the Case for Deeper Scientific Research Into Psychedelics 'Neurons to Nirvana' Makes the Case for Deeper Scientific Research Into Psychedelics
Astronomers have put the known universe in a box on your computer screen – the 120 million light-years of it within our grasp, at least. With a mellifluous French-accented narration, some light piano music and sweeping computer animation, the video could become a stoner classic. It also happens to be the most detailed modern cosmography of all that is visible in the sky – and a great deal of what is not. At nearly 18 minutes long (that’s less than one side of Pink Floyd’s "The Dark Side of the Moon"), the video is not the stuff of the MTV generation and certainly not ready for prime time. But odds are it will reach cult status among astronomers, planetarium addicts and the cosmically inclined. This video is a trip -- through the known universe This video is a trip -- through the known universe
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Nicolaus Czarnecki/METRO US/Zuma Press A message on a graduating students cap during commencement in Boston on May 19, 2013. Dr. Steve Sherick wants to build the emergency-care business he started two years ago that now employs seven doctors and two part-time administrators. $1 Trillion Debt Crushes Business Dreams of U.S. Students
Cities Where Suburban Poverty Is Skyrocketing The number of poor people in U.S. suburbs rose by 63.6% between 2000 and 2011, from 10 million to well over 16 million people. For the first time, there are now more people living in poverty in the suburbs than in cities. In some metro areas, the number of poor people living outside the city proper has jumped even more rapidly. In the Atlanta, Ga., suburbs there are roughly 480,000 more people living below the poverty line than there were in 2000, an extraordinary 158% increase in the number of the suburban poor. Based on data collected by the Brookings Institution as part of a comprehensive study on suburban poverty, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the 10 cities with the biggest increases in suburban poverty between 2000 and 2011. Most of the metropolitan areas where suburban poverty has grown the most in the past decade also have had the largest overall increases in population.
Study: Violent games can desensitize players Frequent exposure to violent games can desensitize players to brutality, according to the results of new research. The study, as explained by Health Day, focused on 30 teenage boys, aged 13 to 15, divided into two groups. One group played violent games for three or more hours a day (high exposure), while the other played such games for less than an hour (low exposure). Researchers then tracked the boys' attitudes after playing a violent game (Manhunt) and a non-violent game (Animaniacs). Each game was played for two hours on separate evenings. "Differences between the boys' reactions emerged later in the night after gaming.
Study: Gun homicides, violence down sharply in past 20 years Firearm-related homicides and crime drop from 1993 peaks, a Pew study saysThe drops parallel overall declines in violent non-fatal crime"There is no consensus ... as to why it happened," the study says of declinesStill, America has a higher rate of homicide than any other developed nation (CNN) -- Gun-related homicides and crime are "strikingly" down from 20 years ago, despite the American public's belief that firearm crime is on the upswing, a new study said Wednesday. Looking back 50 years, a Pew Research Center study found U.S. gun homicides rose in the 1960s, gained in the 1970s, peaked in the 1980s and the early 1990s, and then plunged and leveled out the past 20 years. "Despite national attention to the issue of firearm violence, most Americans are unaware that gun crime is lower today than it was two decades ago," the researchers say.
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New Report: ‘A Third of Adults Under 30 Have No Religious Affiliation’
Scientists Create Healthy Mice Using Eggs Made From Stem Cells
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