"God only knows what it's doing to our children's brains," Sean Parker says in Axios video interview.
It turns out that President Donald Trump was right, after all. The United Nations finally admitted last week what virtually every sensible observer had already realized. In short, the so-called UN “Paris Agreement” pretending to battle alleged man-made global warming will make no real difference in the global climate, even if you accept the UN's discredited hypothesis and models surrounding CO2 driving temperature change.
Humanity's future robotic overlords made an initial appearance this month at a United Nations confab. In an apparent bid to market its globalist agenda as scientific and modern, the UN deployed a creepy new robot named “Sophia” to praise the widely ridiculed dictators club while lecturing humanity and promoting planetary totalitarianism. Ignoring the UN's despotic tendencies, its corruption, its ongoing pedophilia scandals, and its largely autocratic membership, the robot claimed that the UN was “one of humanity's greatest accomplishments.” Adding to the creepiness: The robot claimed that it would “help humanity create the future” and that “artificial intelligence” would help “proficiently distribute the world's existing resources.” Far from persuasive, the supposedly serious spectacle of a robot boasting about how artificial intelligence will help us mere humans achieve a global socialist paradise came across more like a scene from a bad science-fiction movie about a dystopian future.
As Project Veritas continues to expose the liberal mainstream media in video after video, James O’Keefe is asking for help from “insiders” working for corrupt media organizations, Silicon Valley titans, and the deep state. And he’s leaning on a tried and true method for secure communications to handle those tips: ProtonMail — possibly the most secure e-mail on the planet.
Economists predict that electric vehicles will be competitive with gasoline-powered cars in seven years, and this could drive oil prices down to $10 per barrel.
The latest estimate from API, the energy trade group, is that increased exports of liquefied natural gas over the next 20 years will add nearly 500,000 jobs to the American economy and $73 billion to the country’s gross domestic product.
Despite OPEC's efforts to raise oil prices by cutting production, crude-oil prices are expected to remain under $60 a barrel for at least the next year.