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Day: March 1, 2013

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Confirms HAARP’s Ability to Manipulate AtmosphereFeatured News

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Confirms HAARP’s Ability to Manipulate Atmosphere

By Brandon Turbeville Activist Post Few government research programs have produced as many questions and as much speculation as the
Documents Reveal US Marshals Using Spy DronesPolice State

Documents Reveal US Marshals Using Spy Drones

Steve Watson Infowars.com Documents obtained by the ACLU have revealed that the U.S. Marshals Service has experimented with using drones
Tech Guru Warns Of Internet “Disaster”Interesting News

Tech Guru Warns Of Internet “Disaster”

Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com Inventor and scientist Danny Hillis warns that the Internet has “expanded it way beyond its limits,”
Breakdown of Law and Order: “We Can’t Depend On the Police Department”Interesting News

Breakdown of Law and Order: “We Can’t Depend On the Police Department”

Mac Slavo SHTFPlan.com Budget cuts across the country have stripped local police departments of personnel at an alarming rate. So
Texas Moves to Forcibly Vaccinate Children Without ConsentFood & Health News

Texas Moves to Forcibly Vaccinate Children Without Consent

Melissa Melton Infowars.com A bill has been introduced in Texas that would allow children to consent to receiving vaccines without
Maryland Senate Passes Governor O’Malley’s Gun Control BillSecond Amendment

Maryland Senate Passes Governor O’Malley’s Gun Control Bill

Bob Adelmann New American After 10 hours of intense debate, the Maryland Senate passed Governor Martin O’Malley’s gun control measure handily
TED 2013: 4D printed objects 'make themselves'The Unknown

TED 2013: 4D printed objects 'make themselves'

Many are only just getting their heads around the idea of 3D printing but scientists at MIT are already working
TED 2013: 4D printed objects ‘make themselves’The Unknown

TED 2013: 4D printed objects ‘make themselves’

Many are only just getting their heads around the idea of 3D printing but scientists at MIT are already working