The U.S. Army is testing “electricity guns” that would disrupt all “battlefield” electronic communication. These “handheld ray guns” would be attached to existing weapons already carried by soldiers.
Many renowned scientists have criticized the computer models used by the global warming alarming industry, pointing out, for example, that the models omit many of the most important factors in our planet's complex climate system: clouds, water vapor, volcanoes, ocean circulation, solar activity, and more.
The FCC voted yesterday to begin regulating the Internet as a public utility under a plan known as Net Neutrality. Let that sink in. The federal government will regulate the Internet in the same way the agency already regulates the telephone and cable television industries — and it calls that "neutral."
Microsoft is reporting that a recent Windows update is causing serious problems with many computers that have received it as an automatic update.
Saudi Arabia's surprise announcement of a cut in its oil prices to its customers is likely to set off an international oil price war.
The Obama administration’s vows to fight UN efforts for “global governance” of the Internet ring hollow.
The impacts of the fracking revolution are now reaching from gas pumps to foreign affairs.
This new encryption software represents a small but important victory in the privacy wars.
“The sulfur dioxide (SO2) emitted from the Holuhraun eruption has reached up to 60,000 tons per day," notes Iceland Review Online, while “all the SO2 pollution in Europe, from industries, energy production, traffic and house heating, etc., amounts to 14,000 tons per day.”
While news coverage of Obama’s appearance at the September 23 UN Climate Summit focused on his speech reiterating the non-stop apocalyptic blathering of global warming catastrophists, little has been reported on his Climate Change executive order on "climate resilience" issued the same day.