Posts Tagged ‘elijah’

This Is What Your Body Does When You’re Walking (Infographic)

Human beings were designed to move, and the movement our ancestors did most often was walking. We didn’t sit in our caves for long hours each day or, later, in our fields. We didn’t get food by dialling a phone number or opening a refrigerator door. And we didn’t spend our leisure hours — if […]

Magic 8-Ball Future Crime Predictor Influencing Decisions About Prison Sentences

Magic 8-Ball Future Crime Predictor Influencing Decisions About Prison Sentences May 24th, 2016 Via: ProPublica: Scores like this — known as risk assessments — are increasingly common in courtrooms across the nation. They are used to inform decisions about who can be set free […]

The March on Rome

Europe’s liberal-left coalition takes little comfort from the Austrian Green Party’s narrow win over their fervently ethnic-nationalist rivals. Contending for the largely ceremonial presidential role Norbert Hofer’s Freedom Party attracted an unprecedented 50% vote. The contest was so close that the Freedom Party may well contest the count. Only .06% divides the two parties. The […]

The Oldest Man on Record (256-Year-Old) Reveals Longevity Secrets

According to a 1930 New York Times article, Wu Chung-chieh, a professor of the Chengdu University, discovered Imperial Chinese government records from 1827 congratulating Li Ching-Yuen on his 150th birthday, and further documents later congratulating him on his 200th birthday in 1877. by Steven Bancarz In 1928, a New York Times correspondent wrote that many […]

We Found a Preview of the 28 Redacted Pages — and It’s a 9/11 Game-Changer

On Tuesday, the New York Times revealed a document published by the National Archives that appears to offer a glimpse into potentially damning information contained in the so-called ‘missing’ 28 pages concerning the attacks on September 11, 2001. by Claire Bernish Those 28 pages are “an entire section within the official report of the Joint […]

State to Allow Cops to Snatch Your Phone After Being Stopped & Search it Using a “Textalyzer”

New York is a leader in developing laws and regulations to protect us from ourselves, perhaps most famously with the Big Apple’s attempt to ban-large size sugary drinks. The Empire State has the highest cigarette taxes in the nation, which fuels a black market, and it places heavy restrictions on other “sins.” No […]

Activists, Farmers, Indigenous People Rise Up to March Against Monsanto

Anti-corporate activists, organic farmers, Indigenous peoples, environmental groups and others took to the streets across six continents and over 400 cities on Saturday in a global grassroots march against bioengineering giant Monsanto. “The fight against corporate control of our food is global,” a food sovereignty campaigner with UK-based nonprofit Global Justice Now rallied […]

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