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Report: What Happens next If the U.S. Overthrows the Syrian Government

(ANTIMEDIA) Following the Trump administration’s decision to strike the Syrian government (in what was, by all accounts, a quite ineffective strike), a new report is raising serious concerns, claiming ISIS would be a prime benefactor of the fall of the Assad government. The report, published Wednesday by the London-based IHS Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Center, a leading security analysis agency, says a ...

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Scientist Argues for ‘Ancient Aliens’

April 25, 2017 An astronomy professor at Penn State has put forward a remarkable hypothesis that should sound familiar to UFO enthusiasts and ancient alien advocates. In a recently-published paper, professor James Wright theorizes that Earth as well as Mars and Venus may have once been inhabited by technologically advanced ETs! Titled 'Prior Indigenous Technological Species,' the paper proposes that evidenc ...

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Mysterious shapes and patterns discovered in Arctic and Antarctic sea floor

Thousands of kilometres of the Arctic and Antarctic sea floors have been charted in an ambitious and highly detailed atlas of the polar seabed. Several strange shapes gouged out of the sea floor reveal some of the more dramatic periods of the poles' past. It's often said that we know more about the surface of Mars than we do about the Earth's ocean floors. What we do know about the seabed here on Earth is p ...

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DJ fined for playing NWA’s ‘F*ck Tha Police’ while cops raided a bar

After being invited by an alumnus of Westfield State University to DJ a homecoming weekend party, Kashawn Harris, AKA DJ Boogy, found himself DJing a room being cleared by police. 350 people packed into the 160-capacity Shenanigans Pub in Westfield, Massachusetts when police arrived.  They began to clear the room, as per the fire marshal's request, but found it extremely difficult as the music blared. It wa ...

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Holy crap! Japanese man arrested for living above public toilet for 3yrs

A man has been arrested after police discovered he was living in the attic of a public toilet in a tranquil city park in Usuki, Japan. Following a tip from an electrician doing maintenance in the park, the man was arrested last week on suspicion of trespassing, Japanese national daily The Mainichi reported, citing police. Investigating officers discovered that 54-year-old Takashi Yamanouchi had made the spa ...

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Nothing to see here as Dow crosses back over 21,000 and global markets hit new all-time highs

Despite continuing insolvency threats to Italian and German banks, economic data that shows the U.S. is well into a recession, and central banks that are tapering their punch bowls at a rapid pace, on April 25 the markets have summarily ignored all true indicators and are back into the sphere of 'irrational exuberance' as the DOW once again crossed back over 21,000, and world exchanges achieved new all-time ...

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Candidate Trump: ‚ÄėI Love Wikileaks.‚Äô President Trump: ‚ÄėArrest Assange!‚Äô

‚ÄúI love Wikileaks,‚ÄĚ candidate Donald Trump said on October 10th on the campaign trail. He praised the organization for reporting on the darker side of the Hillary Clinton campaign. It was information likely leaked by a whistleblower from within the Clinton campaign to Wikileaks. Back then he praised Wikileaks for promoting transparency, but candidate Trump looks less like President Trump every day. The cand ...

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Cat Unfazed by Rattlesnake in Texas

April 24, 2017 AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to PrintShare to More485 A Texas police department's warning to residents about rattlesnakes resulted in a 'fearless' cat becoming an Internet star. In a posting on their Facebook page, authorities in the town of Laguna Vista detailed how they had recently retrieved a rattlesnake from an area walking trail. Alongside the cautionar ...

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Bruce Lee achieved all his life goals by his death at age 32 because of one personality trai

In 1969, nobody expected a thin Asian man with a high pitched voice to become one of the most influential characters of the 20th century. Nobody knew, that is, except Bruce Lee. That year, Bruce Lee wrote a letter to himself: My Definite Chief Aim I, Bruce Lee, will be the first highest paid Oriental super star in the United States. In return I will give the most exciting performances and render the best of ...

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New Voynich Clue Uncovered

April 24, 2017 A team of Russian researchers believe they have made significant progress in unraveling the mystery of the infamous Voynich Manuscript. Thought to be around 600 years old, the richly-illustrated and coded work has vexed experts for over a century since it was 're-discovered,' including cryptographers with the CIA and the NSA. However, a new study conducted by Russian mathematicians appears to ...

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China Finally Sends U.S. Positive Messages on North Korea

(ANTIMEDIA)¬†On Monday, the tone of the mainstream narrative on North Korea was somewhat conflicting ‚ÄĒ though certainly a little brighter. Even as President Donald Trump was¬†saying¬†the¬†‚Äústatus quo‚Ä̬†in North Korea is¬†‚Äúunacceptable‚Ä̬†and that the United Nations should impose sanctions on the tiny Asian country, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N, Nikki Haley, said the U.S. is¬†‚Äúnot trying to pick a fight‚Ä̬†with leade ...

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Despite Macron’s slim victory in 1st round of French elections, the EU fears rising populist power via Le Pen

For the financial markets, yesterday's first round of French elections could not have gone off better.  That is because the pro-EU candidate Emmanuel Macron won out by two percentage points over right wing challenger Marine Le Pen, setting up for what most analysts believe will be an easy victory for Macron in the runoff election. However not everyone is completely thrilled at what some are calling 'Germany ...

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