Ray McGovern: Is Hillary Clinton Vulnerable to Blackmail Because of Her Unprotected Private Email System?

Ray McGovern

Ray McGovern

Hillary Clinton’s Damning Emails

So, if there is something incriminating – or at least politically damaging – in Clinton’s emails, it’s a safe bet that at least the NSA and maybe the FBI, as well, knows. And that could make life difficult for a Clinton-45 presidency. Inside the Beltway, we don’t say the word “blackmail,” but the potential will be there. The whole thing needs to be cleaned up now before the choices for the next President are locked in.

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May 1

Natural Pandemics, Extreme Warfare – Most Serious Threats Faced by Humanity

Categories: Earth Intelligence
Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

Natural Pandemics, Extreme Warfare – Most Serious Threats Faced by Humanity

Oxford’s Global Priorities Project has compiled a list of catastrophes – both natural and self-engineered – that could kill off 10 percent or more of the human population: natural pandemics and extreme conventional warfare are the most important global risks, with artificial intelligence (AI) and natural disasters also posing serious threats.

The likeliest risks include nuclear war and pandemics (both natural and deliberately engineered), followed by disasters stemming from runaway climate change, geoengineering run amok, and disruptions posed by artificial intelligence.

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May 1

Daniel Araya: Brain Waves

Daniel Araya

Daniel Araya

‘Think To Speak’ Headset Is Breaking Down Communication Barriers

This development comes thanks to Smartstones’ new mobile sensory speech app, which can be connected to an EEG headset that lets individuals reach out to others via ‘thought messages.’

Scientists Can Now Identify Individuals Based on Brain Waves—And It’s 100% Accurate

…researchers from Binghamton University have found a more efficient way to identify people—using brain waves.

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May 1