A prominent Oxford philosopher who is known for making terrifying predictions about humanity has a new theory about our future, and it isn’t pretty.
Over 15 years … Read the rest
Time of Revelations has come.
Jobless, just with some non-regular income here and there, and my 5 years worth of reserves almost entirely … Read the rest
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I once suggested in an online forum that in an austere environment it was quite formulaic for a layperson to accurately diagnose a chest infection:
In Sri Lanka this morning, Easter services turned into massacres when coordinated attacks took place in hotels and churches.
Three churches and three luxury hotels – the Shangri-La Hotel, Cinnamon … Read the rest
Scientists seem to be crossing a lot of boundaries as of late, which begs the question: Just because they can do something, does it mean they should… Read the rest
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and several states are investigating an outbreak of Listeria that has killed one person and hospitalized several others.
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The intention of this article is to provide a valid approach to some special considerations we may have for long term use of our gear … Read the rest
In recent months, public health experts have claimed the deadly Ebola virus outbreak that has been ravaging the Congo will not become a global health threat.
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Anti-gun activists and politicians are doing everything they can to effectively disarm the public.
Recently we published an article about 5 underrated pieces of simple medical knowledge. Here are 5 more in a similar theme.
Update: This outbreak is rapidly getting spreading. Cases have more than doubled (72 to 156) since the outbreak was initially reported.
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Sometimes I think that the next Revolutionary War will take place in a vegetable garden.
Instead of bullets, there will be seeds. Instead of chemical warfare, there … Read the rest