Day: May 6, 2012

Japanese CCTV camera can scan 36 million faces per secondBig Brother

Japanese CCTV camera can scan 36 million faces per second

By ROB WAUGH Daily Mail A new camera technology from Hitachi Hokusai Electric can scan days of camera footage instantly,
U.S. intelligence: Future shortages will lead to ‘water as a weapon’Random News

U.S. intelligence: Future shortages will lead to ‘water as a weapon’

By Stephen C. Webster Raw-Story The world may see the failure of key states and even regional wars dotting the
Never Photographed Before: Energy Streams Coming From The Pyramid in EgyptThe Unknown

Never Photographed Before: Energy Streams Coming From The Pyramid in Egypt

You have probably never seen a picture like this showing electromagnetic energy from the universe streaming into the top of
Romney’s campaign created fake delegate slates to trick people…Politics

Romney’s campaign created fake delegate slates to trick people…

Ron Paul is picking up delegates left and right, even right from under Romney’s nose in his home state of
Amish farm kids remarkably immune to allergies: studyFood & Health News

Amish farm kids remarkably immune to allergies: study

By Kerry Grens Reuters Amish children raised on rural farms in northern Indiana suffer from asthma and allergies less often
Letter from Aldous Huxley to George Orwell over 1984 novel sheds light on their different ideasMore News

Letter from Aldous Huxley to George Orwell over 1984 novel sheds light on their different ideas

By ROB KING Daily Mail They were both critically acclaimed writers who were ahead of their time, creating imaginative visions
New Brain Scans Show How Your Dog ThinksScience & Space

New Brain Scans Show How Your Dog Thinks

“I feel it could open a total new kind of research on cognition,” stated neuroscientist Greg Berns of Emory University,
TSA Reveals Passenger Complaints … Four Years LaterMore News

TSA Reveals Passenger Complaints … Four Years Later

by Michael Grabell ProPublica From intrusive pat-downs to body scans to perceived profiling, the Transportation Security Administration always seems to
State’s junk food ban could take bite out of school fundraisers (No more Bake Sales)More News

State’s junk food ban could take bite out of school fundraisers (No more Bake Sales)

By Laurel J. Sweet Boston Herald Bake sales, the calorie-laden standby cash-strapped classrooms, PTAs and booster clubs rely on, will
Mars glass dunes: Researchers excited about discovery, possibility of lifeScience & Space

Mars glass dunes: Researchers excited about discovery, possibility of life

The possibility of life on Mars continues to excite scientists, this time because of glass sand discovered on the Red