Brainet: Scientists Link Brains of 2 Different Animals

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Neuroscientists have introduced a new paradigm for brain-machine interfaces that investigates the physiological properties and adaptability of brain circuits, and how the brains of two or more animals can work together to complete simple tasks. These brain networks, or Brainets, were developed in rodents and primates.Share:


Brain concept (stock image). In two separate experiments,


China resorts to using drones to prevent cheating on college entrance exams


Authorities in China have taken it to the extreme by using drones above the exam halls to catch any cheats during its notorious University entry exams.

The drones will work by looking out for any suspicious radio signals from 500 metres above the halls, to stop pupils getting information via a hidden earpieces.


Hillary’s Emails Reveal French Plot to Steal Libyan Oil

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French intelligence plotted to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi to horn in on Libya’s oil and to provide access for French businesses.

The Congressional harrying of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over emails concerning the 2012 death of an American Ambassador and three staff members in Benghazi, Libya, has become a sort of running


China Harassing Human Right’s Lawyer’s

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Chinese authorities have widened a crackdown on human rights groups, detaining or questioning more than 50 lawyers and activists in a sweep over the past few days, rights groups say.

This 2012 file photo shows a Chinese paramilitary policeman. Human rights groups have reported the questioning and detention of dozens of lawyers and activists


China and Russia Lay Groundwork for Massive Partenership

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In the past decade, Beijing and Moscow have been more competitors than partners. But that relationship may now be changing as Russian and Chinese leaders are considering combining their two countries’ regional economic projects — the Eurasian Economic Union and the Silk Road Economic Belt, respectively.

While meeting at a


Court Forces Release of German UFO Files


Could German UFO files finally reveal whether aliens have visited Earth? Court forces government to release top secret documents Existence of the UFO-related files was disputed as recently as 2008 UFO enthusiasts have pushed for their release, resulting in a legal battle The German Supreme Administrative Court in Leipzig has ordered the Bundestag to make


42,000 unmanned Chinese military craft by 2023


THE United States claims its arch superpower rival China is poised to become the world leader in unmanned military aircraft with up to 42,000 pilotless aircraft aloft by 2023.

According to the United States Defense Department’s latest report on China’s military build-up the “Middle Kingdom” will spend more than $10 billion on land and


IRGC: Destruction of Israel Continues to be Arab World’s Top Priority

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TEHRAN – The issue of Palestine and pursuing the strategy of destruction of Israel are the Muslim world’s overriding priorities, the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said in a statement ahead of the International Quds Day.

The statement, issued on Wednesday, has called on the people of Iran and other Muslim countries


Pakistan: Christian Woman Sentenced to Death for Drinking From Muslim Cup

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Watch the latest video at A Pakistani Christian woman is facing a death sentence for drinking water out of the same cup used by her Muslim co-workers.

In 2010, Aasiya Noreen, also known as Asia Bibi, was sentenced to be hanged for apostasy. Now, there are fears that she will die before her


Jared’s Home Searched by Feds, Yes, Jared From Subway

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FBI agents raided famed Subway pitchman Jared Fogle’s Indiana home amid a child porn investigation Tuesday.

Cops Seizing Jared’s Electronic Devices

Jared from subway sub stores

The 37-year-old was detained outside of his Zionsville house as a special task-force removed electronics from the property and took them to a mobile forensics van parked


N. Korea Points out American Decadence by Showing How we Treat our Pets


You may have seen Riley. He’s a dog who got internet-famous for looking super stoned at his birthday party. He’s a funny little pup. But the North Koreans aren’t laughing. They recently showed the image on state TV to prove just how decadent American culture is.



U.S. Program to Train Syrian Rebels Slows to Crawl

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Program, launched in May, had been designed to train as many as 5,400 opposition fighters a year to battle the group.

The programme, which launched in May in Jordan and Turkey, was designed to train as many as 5,400 fighters a year

The US has only trained about 60 Syrian opposition fighters to


Russia’s New Satellite Nuclear Warning System Delayed Until November

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Russia has delayed the launch of a new military satellite system by four months, news agency TASS reported Wednesday, leaving Moscow nearly blind in the event of a nuclear missile attack till at least November.

Russian EKS Early nuclear WarningAttack Satellite

Russia’s decaying constellation of Soviet-designed early warning satellites was left nearly blind last


Stock Market: A Red Flag in China

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CHINA is certainly not the first country to try to prop up a falling stock market. The central banks of America, Europe and Japan have all shown form in buying shares after crashes and cutting interest rates to cheer up bloodied investors. But the circumstances and the manner of China’s intervention of the past ten


Claims of alien life on comet Philae dashed

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A sensational claim that ESA’s Philae spacecraft has landed on a comet teeming with life doesn’t hold water

No aliens here. Comet scientists sceptical of sensational claim. Photograph: ESA/ESA

The Guardian’s story “Philae comet could be home to alien life, say scientists” has been met with scepticism and outright dismissal by leading comet experts.


Brown-Obama Secret Trade Deal Serves Corporations and Banks


By Dr. Mercola

Despite strong opposition, on June 24 the US Senate passed the Fast Track bill (known as Trade Promotion Authority or TPA) that gives the President carte blanche to negotiate and finalize free trade deals in complete secrecy, which brings us one step closer to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

The TPP, which appears


U.S. Radioactive Waste Leaking Into Pacific

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Black seabirds circle high above the giant concrete dome that rises from a tangle of green vines just a few paces from the lapping waves of the Pacific. Half buried in the sand, the vast structure looks like a downed UFO.

Runit Radioactive waste storage dome

At the summit, figures carved into the weathered


ICANN Pushes to Abolish Domain Registration Privacy


It’s hard to pick up a paper, or an iPad, without reading about some bit of privacy that Americans have lost—or given up—in exchange for one convenience or another. It’s rare however that such an egregious attack on our privacy, like the one underway against every website owner in the world today and in


U.S. Apparently Spied on German Media as Well as its Government

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An investigation by the German parliament is publicly raising questions as to whether the Obama administration not only spied on journalists in that country but interfered in the exercise of the free press under the guise of U.S. national security.

On Thursday, the German government’s intelligence coordinator, Günter Heiss, testified before a parliamentary


Some Surprising Misconceptions of Iraq

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Baghdad Skyline

If you’ve been alive for more than a day, you will know that Iraq is a dangerous place, where suicide attacks are a daily occurrence, women are oppressed, and people don’t have a social life. A guy I know moved to Iraq four months ago, and wanted to share his experience of


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