Posts Tagged ‘stories’

Digital Afterlife Program: Alexa Will Soon Read Stories As Your Dead Grandma

One of the top scientists in charge of the smart assistant “Alexa” revealed to the audience that it would soon be able to learn the voice of a deceased loved one. Source

Fairy Tales and Children’s Stories – #SolutionsWatch

In this edition of #SolutionsWatch, James talks to Frode Burdal Klevstul about his new self-published book, Bill Goats and the Forest. We discuss the power of narrative in helping children (and adults) to understand world events in their proper context and we talk about the process of conceptualizing, writing and self-publishing a book. The post […]

A Run Down of May’s Top Ancient News Stories

The top breaking stories of May 2022 include: A primeval forest in a Chinese sinkhole, the first full DNA sequence of a Pompeii victim, the oldest fake eye found in Iran, another Roman penis inscription,  Read more Section:  News General Read Later 

Nine of the Finest: A Run Down of Recent Top Stories

In the recent top stories; A sunken Maya city, Costa Rica’s stone spheres, Mungo Man makes it home, a Jewish-style Alexander the Great, all Roswell’s witnesses, Anglesey Druid slaughter,  Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News General Read Later 

Six of the Best: A Run Down of Last Week’s Top Stories

In last week’s top stories; features on the magic mushrooms of the Aztecs, and their devastating weapons arsenal, a very lucky 10-year-old, a tooled-up Roman mercenary, the world’s first known natural nuclear reactor, and a beautiful Bronze Age bracelet… 10-Year-Old Metal Detectorist Unearths Rare 13th Century Seal Matrix George Henderson holding the priory seal matrix; […]

This place is full of stories

This place is full of stories – Tehran%20Times Do you remember the book “Da (Mother)” which was published in 2008 and quickly became a bestseller? That book, published by Soore Mehr, was the beginning of a new chapter in the oral history of the war and one of the most influential books in the genre. […]

Ukraine Obliterates Other Stories: Only the Villains Can Win

With events in Ukraine having obliterated other stories it is worth noting that truckers are still driving from California to DC, but other regular people have totally forgotten about the convoy, the virus, and the vaccine, etc. The war ended the pandemic overnight. Everyone is now proffering an opinion on who started it, who is […]

7 FAKE NEWS Stories Coming Out Of Ukraine

7 FAKE NEWS Stories Coming Out Of Ukraine The COVID World post date: February 28th, 2022By Kit Knightly We’re only four days into Russia’s military operation in Ukraine, and yet the propaganda cogs are whirring fast as lightning, churning out “news”, opinion and content grist for the media mill. In just the last 48 hours […]

NZ Human Rights Commission: “It’s clear that the protesters who I have met with have very real stories of loss & suffering … they feel broken & discarded due to the impact of Covid-19 health measures on their lives” (Hatchard Report)

Public Statement by Guy Hatchard Ph.D. Following a meeting with the Chief Commissioner Paul Hunt of the NZ Human Rights Commission 23 February 2022 Dear Commissioner Thank you for providing the opportunity to present to yourself and staff yesterday afternoon. I did so as an individual scientist but on the invitation of Voices For Freedom. […]

Weekly Top Stories: A Quick Catch Up On What You Missed

In last week’s top stories; Coronado Expedition Site found, ancient reindeer hunting techniques revealed, oldest road in Berlin uncovered, ever-burning lamps explored, possibly the best exhibition ever in London, and more tragic child sacrifices in Peru. 16th Century Spanish Coronado Expedition Site Found in Arizona A few of the latest Coronado Expedition artifact finds in […]

Watch top news stories today | January 10th – Evening edition

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Top Stories This Week: Child Snatchers, Haunted Mirrors & A Pharaoh’s True Face

In this top story overview, we highlight our most read articles this week, including a look at the Erkling, a strange mythical snatcher of children, and the fascinating mythology and superstitions around mirrors. Among our most popular this week were also three breaking news stories – the recovery of the shattered skeletons of a man […]

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We tell the stories the mainstream media won’t

I wanted to take you behind the curtain a little in terms of how we do our work at Mondoweiss, and what we have planned for the new year. Fundamentally, this site is a megaphone to share the realities of Palestine in the US, and to amplify the growing movement for Palestinian rights. And because […]

Five Important Stories Mainstream Media Has Been Ignoring in Favor Covid Fear and Divide

(Support Free Thought) – While the mainstream media continues to either outright propagandize the masses, or make abstruse any semblance of factual reporting, The Free Thought Project stays dedicated to bringing you the information they refuse to talk about. Time and again MSM pundits have demonstrated themselves to be stenographers of the State rather than the arbiters of critical […]

Watch top news stories today | December 26th – Evening edition

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The stories behind the votes

As the U.S. correspondent for Mondoweiss, a sizable portion of my beat involves covering congressional legislation that connects to Israel/Palestine. There’s hundreds of political websites, but we know the mainstream media won’t tell the whole story. Take the recent Iron Dome vote. Just months after Israel’s murderous attack on Gaza, the House overwhelmingly approved another […]

Greek Immigrants’ Stories Sought for Maine Historical Society Archives

Members of the Greek Community of Bangor visiting the village of Vamvakou in Greece in 1947. These immigrants to the US returned to visit their ancestral village in 1949. The group included Nikos Niarchos, a member of the Niarchos shipping family, on the left. Credit: Public Domain Courtesy St. George Greek Orthodox Church, Bangor, Maine. With […]

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