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By now [behavioral monitoring is] no longer restricted to individual companies or even to the Internet sector. It has spread across a wide range of products, services, and economic sectors, including insurance, retail, healthcare, finance, entertainment, education, transportation, and more,
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SOMALIA HAS LAUNCHED its first “military style vehicle” — built out of scrap by a local mechanic in Mogadishu and “inspired by the war on terror,” has made its appearance, according to a report in the Africanews service. The report, titled “Somalia innovators inspired by war on terror” announces that…
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Commentary

IN THIS VIDEO, writer and director S.G. Collins of Postwar Media examines the theory that the Apollo Moon landings could have been faked in a studio — either by Stanley Kubrick or by anyone else. Collins looks at the theory from a different, seldom-discussed perspective: Being an expert in video…
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Essays

If this is what they’re willing to sell to anyone else, imagine the spying technology the Jews’ intelligence services are using on us right now. by Derrick Broze ON THURSDAY, Israeli surveillance technology company Jenovice announced a slew of new surveillance products aimed at monitoring…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims LOW TECHNOLOGY street fighting, without guns, need not be without effective weaponry. Long before there were such things as explosives or gunpowder, the ancient Romans used equivalents to the rifle, the light cannon, and artillery, which were made out of wood and metal, and either corded…
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News

Impressive technology — important missions — but what a poor choice for a location; the multiracial morass of Los Angeles, California. SPACEX PLANS to build its massive BFR rocket boosters and spaceships inside a cavernous new factory at the Port of Los Angeles, officials announced…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver LONG AGO, in the era when our race was still sane and specifically in the period between c. 1840 and c. 1860, the new art of photography was practiced by the daguerrotype process, with images recorded on copper plates. (1) That gave rise to the aphorism, true at the time, that “Photographs…
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Essays

by Veiko Hessler AN AWAKENING has taken place in European consciousness. Never before have so many minds almost independently concluded that there is something deeply and irreparably wrong with the system that rules them. Whether in Hungary, Austria, or the United Kingdom an irrepressible torrent…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims NONE OF EARTH’S civilizations came from Africa. The ancient Egyptian civilization was in Africa, but the people of that country were an offshoot of Mediterranean Whites, with some Semites who arrived later. For the 3,000 years of its glory, Egypt was run by these Whites. In 760 BC,…
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Essays

THERE ARE many historical time lines of videoconferencing on the Internet. Most of these histories identify the AT&T ikonophone as the first working video phone. Although a milestone in its own right, it was not the first videophone as we think of them today. While the audio was two-way, the video…
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