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What Trade Deals Are Good For

(Source: hbr.org)

FROM THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY

In recent months, trade agreements have moved from the arcane pages of academic journals to the front pages of newspapers, from university lecture halls to the presidential campaign trail. 1,336 more words

Startups

40 volcanoes are erupting right now as the crust of the Earth becomes increasingly unstable

Etna volcano powerful eruptions – image edited by Web Investigator

Have you noticed that our planet has begun to shake, rattle and roll?

By Michael Snyder… 955 more words

Curiositys

Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity from Microwave Technology Finally Medically Proven*

Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity from Microwave Technology Finally Medically Proven*

Finally, there’s documented medical proof that electromagnetic hypersensitivity is a real-time health issue that actually can be verified using standard medical procedures and testing capabilities. 1,149 more words

Humanities

To "Brexit" Or Not To "Brexit"

This is one of those post that will not mean much to Americans for they are more worried about who pees where than anything happening across the “pond” unless it is about those darn refugees that are wringing their hands to come to the US….. 362 more words

International Situations

Why do we bother with car alarms?

Kara Gordon / The Atlantic

The Alarming Truth

Car alarms don’t deter criminals, and they’re a public nuisance. Why are they still so common?

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Bizarre

FBI’s Own Report Exposes “War on Cops” as Pure Propaganda*

FBI’s Own Report Exposes “War on Cops” as Pure Propaganda*

By William Grigg 

Following a year in which the public was relentlessly barraged with alarmist rhetoric about a “war on cops” and the dreadful impact of the so-called “Ferguson Effect,” official FBI statistics confirm that violent line-of-duty police deaths declined precipitously in 2015. 1,226 more words

Humanities

A Sea of Oil Tankers off the Coast Of Singapore*

A Sea of Oil Tankers off the Coast Of Singapore*

By Tyler Durden

“I’ve been coming to Singapore once a year for the last 15 years, and flying in I have never seen the waters so full of idle tankers,” …

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Global Governance