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Senior Trump Official: ‘Military Preparations’ Underway for North Korea

“Military preparations” are currently underway as part of the Trump administration’s multifaceted plan towards North Korea, a senior official said Wednesday. The top Trump aide, who asked not to be named, spoke with reporters while senators met at the White House for what has been described as an “unusual” classified briefing on North Korea’s nuclear ambitions. “What you see is a really an integrated effort ...

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A biotech company has been given permission to try to resurrect the clinically dead

An unprecedented trial conducted by a U.S. biotechnology company is attempting to resurrect the clinically dead. Bioquark Inc. has been granted permission to recruit 20 patients who have been declared clinically dead due to traumatic brain injury. The researchers will try to bring certain parts of the central nervous system back to life through a combination of innovative therapies, including injecting pept ...

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Report: NKorea ‘Space Nuke’ Program Greater Threat Than ICBMs

Launched from a satellite, a small nuclear warhead only needs to explode 300 miles above the Earth to knock out a power grid – and the US is largely defenseless to such an EMP attack North Korea could potentially deliver. And if a power grid goes down completely, it’ll take critical, life-sustaining systems down with it: mass infrastructure for banks, hospitals, communications, food, water and the Internet ...

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A rounding error may be only thing keeping U.S. economy from negative GDP in first quarter of 2017

As we wait upon the 'official' final number from the government regarding first quarter GDP, on April 27 both the Atlanta Fed and JP Morgan downgraded their forecasts to .02 and .03% respectively.  And in essence this equates to little more than a rounding error since government modeling adds in double 'seasonal adjustment' variables that tend to always skew the outcome positive. We now believe that real GD ...

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Elon Musk Just Declared War on Fossil Fuels and Big Oil

by Christina Sarich at undergroundreporter.org California — Elon Musk recently took Big Oil to task in an interview at the World Energy Innovation Forum (WEIF) at Tesla’s Fremont, California, factory. He points out something that alternative energy advocates have wailed about for decades: all forms of fossil fuel come with government subsidies. Musk says this is no different than being able to dump trash in ...

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US to launch Minuteman III ICBM to show ‘nuclear capabilities’ amid N. Korea tensions

An unarmed intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) will be launched from a US Air Force base in California Wednesday to ensure its “effectiveness, readiness and accuracy,” and demonstrate “national nuclear capabilities,” according to the US military. The Minuteman III missile test comes amid rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula, with a carrier strike group led by the ‘USS Carl Vinson’ approaching North ...

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First of Its Kind Study Finds Cannabis May Be a “Miracle” Treatment for Autistic Kids

Autism could now be added to the lengthy and perpetually-expanding list of afflictions and symptoms treatable with the one product of nature shamefully prohibited by the federal government — the “miracle” palliative, cannabis. One in every 68 children in the United States is now affected by autism, and the number of kids coping with the developmental disorder has been increasing at an explosive rate in rece ...

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Anomaly Hunters Spot ‘Tree Stump’ on Mars

April 25, 2017 Rogue researchers scouring NASA images for signs of past life on Mars believe they may have discovered evidence of an ancient tree stump on the Red Planet. The puzzling anomaly was spotted in a photo taken from the Mars Curiosity Rover by YouTube channel Paranormal Crucible. In their description of the oddity, they suggest that the potential stump is about three feet tall and likely petrified ...

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UK risks being ‘wiped off the map with nuclear counterstrike’ – Russian senator

The UK, which recently said it could launch a preemptive nuclear strike “in the most extreme circumstances,” runs the risk of being “wiped off the face of the Earth,” the deputy head of a Russian upper house committee said. “The statement made by UK’s Defense Minister Michael Fallon calls for a harsh response and I’m not afraid of going too far. At best this statement may be seen as an element of a psycholo ...

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Assange Releases SMS Records Showing He Was Framed by Police in Rape Cases

Julian Assange, for the last six years, has been persecuted and held captive because of rape allegations; allegations that we have now found out are entirely fabricated by police. Trump Gives Homeowners Limited Time to Claim Their $4,240 Bailout! Sponsored by Home Finance Daily Today marks the first time that Assange has gone public with his version of events surrounding the rape allegations for which he wa ...

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Driver sacrifices his own Tesla to save another driver’s life. Elon Musk covers all repair costs.

Near Munich, Germany, a Tesla Model S driver saw a Volkswagen Passat swerving erratically on the Autobahn.  The Passat was ramming into the guard rail and the Tesla driver noticed the driver was unconscious. The Tesla driver sprang into action.  First, he called the fire department, next, he got his car in front of the other car.  He gently tapped his brakes until the Passat was up against his car (all whil ...

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Climate change scam artist Al Gore has a new scheme and it will only require $15 trillion from world governments

If there was just one thing a person was to do in attempting to find out the truth behind both man-made global warming, and then its transition to 'climate change', they would simply have to follow the one hard and fast golden rule... follow the money. When hundreds of climate scientists published and signed their names to a UN study on global warming, and man's effects behind its cause, their 'science' was ...

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