Monthly Archives: March, 2019

Artist Beats Big Brother’s Game

Artists are known for their creativity, right? Well, five years ago, one enterprising artist offered an ingenious solution to combat the growing problem of facial recognition technology which was emerging at the...

Hellish Near Death Experiences

Hellish Near Death Experiences Who among us hasn’t gone through something so horrific that it felt like we had been “to hell and back?” Believe it or not there is a growing...

BTW, the NSA is Still Spying on Us

Ever since former technical assistant for the CIA Edward Snowden told us that he was employed as a Booz Allen Hamilton contractor to help the National Security Agency (NSA) develop vast, federal...

Aliens May Be Our Intergalactic Zookeepers

Here on earth, when scientists want to study interesting, yet potentially dangerous species, we put them behind bars in zoos, where they can be safely observed by zookeepers and others. Some very...

Gardening for Food, Medicine, and Self-Care (part 2)

In my last article, I told you about a plant called lambsquarter, often considered a weed but actually a wonderful powerhouse for food and medicine. In this article, I will introduce three...

Greenpeace Co-founder Basically Calls Ocasio-Cortez an Idiot

Patrick Moore, the co-founder of the environmentalist group Greenpeace, recently ripped into New York Freshman Congresswoman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, saying her so-called “Green New Deal” was “completely crazy.” In a series of tweets...

Thought Police, British Style

There is disturbing news from England recently that government policy continues to take away the civil right to free speech and the ability to voice a personal opinion that goes against the...

Snoopy Appliances Invade Home Privacy

Technology companies are taking marketing ploys to new heights as their electronic gadgets captivate the latest generation of young consumers. The introduction of "smart" technologies - appliances that can be activated and...
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