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    Google Exec Breaks World Altitude Record

    by  • 25 October, 2014 • Tech • 1 Comment

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    Taking the plunge… ROSWELL, N.M. — A well-known computer scientist parachuted from a balloon near the top of the stratosphere on Friday, falling faster than the speed of sound and breaking the world altitude record set just two years ago. The jump was made by Alan Eustace, 57, a senior vice president of Google....

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    Internet Trolls In UK Could Face 2 Years In Prison

    by  • 20 October, 2014 • Crime, Tech • 0 Comments

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    The politics of polite discourse… London (AFP) – People found guilty of Internet “trolling” in Britain could be jailed for up to two years under government proposals outlined on Sunday, following a number of high-profile cases of abusive and threatening behaviour on Twitter. Justice Secretary Chris Grayling told the Mail on Sunday newspaper: “This...

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    DNA Solves 40 Year Old Rape, Murder Case

    by  • 19 October, 2014 • Crime, Tech • 0 Comments

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    In the spring of 1974, Mary Jayne Jones, 17, was raped, beaten, and shot at close range in the face and heart with a high-powered rifle. On April 9, 1974, her body was found, naked on a bed, in an isolated farmhouse near Blakesburg, Iowa. From the start, police had strong suspicions about who...

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    DNA Snags Rapist Days Before Release From Prison

    by  • 15 October, 2014 • Crime, Tech • 0 Comments

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    The jig is up… Just days before Ohio inmate Dwayne Wilson was set to be released from prison he was indicted on 14 new counts of rape and kidnapping thanks to the cold-case DNA testing of thousands of previously untested rape kits. The 54-year-old has now been ordered to remain in custody after linked...

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    Second Nurse In Dallas Tests Positive For Ebola

    by  • 15 October, 2014 • Health, Tech • 1 Comment

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    Obama’s October surprise… DALLAS (AP) — A second health care worker at a Dallas hospital who provided care for the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. has tested positive for the disease, the Texas Department of State Health Services said Wednesday. The worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital was monitoring herself for symptoms,...

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    Second American Ebola Case Confirmed

    by  • 12 October, 2014 • Tech • 4 Comments

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    Home grown… A health care worker who was wearing full protective gear when caring for Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person in the U.S. to be diagnosed with Ebola, has tested positive for the deadly disease. The unidentified worker, who is a female nurse at Dallas’ Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital according to CNN, was...

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    Illegal Alien Kids Possible Source Of Deadly Virus

    by  • 9 October, 2014 • Crime, Politics, Tech • 0 Comments

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    Sharyl Attkisson appears to be confirming a suspicion first voiced by our pal Dave over at Moonbattery back in early September: The impenetrably “transparent” Obama Regime refuses to tell us where it has been distributing the thousands of illegal alien children that it has allowed into the country in order to help fundamentally transform...

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    Hazmat Team Visits Texas Ebola Patient’s Apartment

    by  • 3 October, 2014 • Tech, WTF • 1 Comment

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    A hazmat team was finally on scene today to sanitize the contaminated apartment where the Ebola victim’s family have been quarantined under police guard. Louise Troh, her son Timothy Wayne, 13, nephew Oliver Smallwood, 21, and his friend Jeffrey Cole, have been legally ordered to stay inside the Dallas apartment where Ebola patient Thomas...

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    How Much Do Cable TV Subscribers Pay Per Channel?

    by  • 1 October, 2014 • Art, Economy, Tech • 0 Comments

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    Right now, cable companies provide a host of cable packages at different price points with pre-bundled channels. The issue is nobody’s watching the majority of these channels: A recent Nielsen study reported that on average U.S. homes receive nearly 190 channels but only watch 17.5; that means the average U.S. home utilizes less than...

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