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Video: 3D Scan of Haunted Idol Encounters Eerie Issues

June 19, 2017 An innovative project aimed at producing 3D scans of haunted objects has produced some truly remarkable results. Spearheaded by the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal & Occult, the first-of-its-kind scientific endeavor is to "build a comprehensive database of the world's most haunted artifacts" via 3D scanning technology. However, the project has proven to be more difficult than the museum ...

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Strange Fish ‘Suicides’ Cause Concern in China

June 19, 2017 A bizarre video from China captures hundreds of fish leaping out of a lake to their own demise and the reason given by authorities is equally strange. In the incredible footage, which was filmed at a lake in the Chinese city of Jiaozuo, a bevy of silver carp can be seen frantically jumping from the water as the person filming the stunning scene exclaims in amazement. A few of the unfortunate f ...

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Col. Shaffer Warns Of Bloody Civil War, Societal Collapse

Retired Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Shaffer went on Fox & Friends to give the MSM a dose of the truth by exposing the violent left and explaining how they will eventually cause a physical conflict with right-wing Americans.Following the shooting of Congressman Scalise, some media outlets finally started paying attention to the increasing violence from the political left. Vice ran the headline “Extremism ...

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Real Life Air America: CIA Exposed Running a Covert Drug Smuggling Airline

When you hear ‚ÄúAir America,‚ÄĚ there is a good chance the 1990 movie starring Mel Gibson and Robert Downey Jr. is the first thing that comes to mind. The plot revolves around two men who find themselves in the middle of the CIA‚Äôs private airline, which is used to deliver food, supplies, and even opium, to a small kingdom during the Vietnam War. But what if it was more than just a movie plot? ¬† According to th ...

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Fed doesn’t appear to understand real inflation as food prices soar 14% in just the past two months

Last week Janet Yellen and the Federal Reserve chose to raise interest rates a quarter point at a time when economic data has been at or near recessionary levels for at least the past two quarters.  And of significance was the FOMC's claim that inflation was still running below the central bank's target rate of 2%. The Federal Reserve approved its second rate hike of 2017 even amid expectations that inflati ...

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Illinois so bankrupt that even Powerball dumped them for fear of receiving payments

It is perhaps not ironic that the two states that are most in debt are ones that are ruled completely by Democratic politicians.  And of course we are referring to California and Illinois. However, at least for California they have had the fortitude to pass an annual budget.  But for Illinois, their incompetency at the legislative level is so great that not only have they not passed a budget in over three y ...

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The Drunk You Is The Real You (According To Science)

Don‚Äôt give me that look, not me, science says ‚Äėthe drunk you is real you‚Äô. Every time we are drunk we do some stupid actor at least we feel we are doing something foolish and when sober we love putting the blame for all the bad decisions on our drunken alter ego, but not anymore fellas, science says the drunk you in all entirety is real you. According to a study conducted by the University of Missouri, none ...

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GMO bananas may soon be supermarket staples, thanks to Bill Gates

Bill Gates, Microsoft mogul and tech extraordinaire, has now ventured into a new project that could totally change the course of human history (and the food industry): the development of better bananas (we kid you not). According to CNet News, James Dale, the director for the Center for Tropical Crops and Biocommodities at Queensland University of Technology in Australia, says he’s devoted several years to ...

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All signs point to a corporate takeover of the marijuana industry by Bayer, Monsanto

(NaturalNews) Following months of negotiations and various offers, Germany-based Bayer has finally sealed the deal with Monsanto, purchasing the seed giant for $66 billion. The merger is reported to be the largest all-cash deal on record. The purchase means a lot of things, and none of them good for consumers. For one, it strengthens the monopolization of the world's food supply. It also means more genetica ...

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Leonardo DiCaprio Surrenders Marlon Brando’s Oscar to Justice Department

Leonardo DiCaprio has handed over to the federal government an Oscar originally won by Marlon Brando that he was gifted by Red Granite Pictures for his work on The Wolf of Wall Street, as the Department of Justice closes in on the production company’s alleged involvement in a massive Malaysian embezzlement scheme. According to Deadline, the DOJ filed an asset seizure request Thursday in a California court a ...

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CIA comes clean on geoengineering: plans of spraying confirmed as more than conspiracy

Do you remember the first time you noticed those long puffy clouds emanating from jets that didn’t just evaporate? You saw them spread out, dissipating a cloudy mist that blocked the sunshine. Maybe a friend, or an online source informed you that those were chemtrails, containing aerosol toxins that could be turned on or off at will. The American population have been test cases for whatever is purposely dro ...

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