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Nuking asteroids to protect Earth

Scientists are developing measures to protect the Earth from potentially dangerous celestial bodies. With the help of supercomputer SKIF Cyberia, the scientists simulated the nuclear explosion of an asteroid 200 meters in diameter in such a way that its irradiated fragments do not fall to the Earth. 487 more words


Who Do You Call When Hacked?

The FBI is Now On Point

Have You Ever Wondered Who Companies Are Supposed to Contact if Hacked?  Here it is, The FBI.

But Can the FBI Really Meet This Need? 221 more words

Technology Trends

War or Peace: On the Precipice

Hope and excitement permeates the atmosphere of the nation. Joyous celebrations of the successful past and the bright future that is on the horizon are all around; both in actual parties and in the collective mentality. 906 more words


The IWI Tavor SAR G16 5.56 Caliber Rifle


Please let me introduce you to the IWI Tavor SAR G16 5.56 caliber rifle, AKA one of the guns used by the the Baton Rouge shooter who killed 3 police officers and injured 3 others Sunday morning. 1,234 more words


Why the disconnect in reporting Islamic terrorism?

Obama in a permanent dissociated state

Friday we watched in horror as news networks reported an assassin’s rampage through a shopping mall in Munich, Germany — slaughtering shoppers and specifically targeting teens at a McDonald‘s. 255 more words

Those Dems

Current New Hampshire Driver's Licenses, WITHOUT 'REAL ID', Still Good For Domestic Air Travel Till October 2020!

by Anura Guruge

There had been much talk and rumors that current New Hampshire driver’s licenses, which are NOT ‘Real ID‘ compliant, will cease to be valid for domestic air travel as of June 2016. 151 more words

Anura Guruge

Homeland Security tries to go fishing in journalist's cellphones -- she calls their bluff!

Borders are arbitrary, human-made constructs. Sure, the lines on a map seem almost pre-ordained, but they change within lifetimes, and get redefined by governments in all sorts of weird little ways.

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