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    How Does Your Skin Look Under Ultraviolet?

    by  • 16 August, 2014 • Tech, Video • 0 Comments

    girl nerd

    Not sure exactly what they’re selling here, but interesting none the less. For my two cents I wouldn’t jump to the conclusion that what you see under UV reflected light is actually skin damage. It may simply be accumulations of melanin related to a person’s genes. I notice they only used Caucasians to make...

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    Mom Arrested For Helping Son Set Himself On Fire

    by  • 12 August, 2014 • Crime, Culture, Tech • 1 Comment

    Janie Talley

    Incendiary self enlightenment… A North Carolina woman was arrested for helping to make a video of her 16-year-old son setting himself ablaze as part of a troubling trend known as the “Fire Challenge.” Janie Talley, 41, was cuffed for contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile for helping to make the video soon after...

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    Global Warmists Stymied By Record Low Temps

    by  • 30 July, 2014 • Economy, Politics, Tech • 4 Comments

    Al Gore miffed

    They even scheduled their theatrics for July… DENVER — The Climate Reality Project brought its “I’m Too Hot” trucks and offers of free ice cream to this week’s Environmental Protection Agency hearings on power-plant emissions, but the climate wasn’t cooperating. The plan was to tout the EPA’s emissions proposal as a solution for hot...

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    Russia Holding Two US Astronauts Hostage

    by  • 27 July, 2014 • Politics, Tech • 0 Comments

    Putin oil

    Time to resurrect the US Space Shuttle fleet… Currently, two Americans, Gregory Reid Wiseman and Steven Ray Swanson, and one German, Alexander Gerst, are stranded on the International Space Station with three Russians. Effectively, the Russian Federation is holding the astronauts hostage. Under President Obama’s NASA budget, money is shifted from the successful parts...

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    White House Caught Tracking Website Visitors

    by  • 23 July, 2014 • Politics, Tech • 0 Comments

    print key

    White House, white lies… They proudly say that they comply with federal privacy law, eschewing cookies, but sneakily use Addthis’s “canvas fingerprinting,” a product whose other major user is Youporn (but they stopped after they were outed, and the White House didn’t). The original research comes from a team at KU Leuven and Princteon,...

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    Chrome Browser Bug Reduces Laptop Battery Life

    by  • 18 July, 2014 • Tech • 0 Comments

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    Tick tock, tick tock… Computerworld – Google engineers earlier this week began working on a fix for a months-old Chrome bug that drains Windows’ laptop batteries, the move triggered by a story on Forbes’ website. The Forbes piece ran Monday, when contributor Ian Morris pointed out that Chrome on Windows sets the “system clock...

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    USMC Testing Scary Looking Prototype Landing Craft

    by  • 13 July, 2014 • Military, Tech • 0 Comments

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    The Marine Corps Warfighting Lab, in conjunction with the Office of Naval Research, is currently testing a beast of an amphibious lander. The Ultra Heavy-Lift Amphibious Connector (UHAC) has been developed as a replacement to the current Landing Craft Air Cushioned (LCAC). The UHAC would be used to bring ashore troops, equipment, and vehicles....

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