Qualcomm processors and chipsets are in a lot of cell phones. This is an important story…~TS By Onan Coca | The Constitution It’s not often that we get to show you the real, immediate benefits of the decision by voters… Read More ›
The Guitologist Let’s talk about the latest news coming out of Heritage Guitars in Gibson’s old Kalamazoo factory. It seems they are firing many of their employees, while others are walking out in protest of what they call management “incompetence”… Read More ›
By Ivan | Ancient Code Let’s face it, seeing a solar eclipse is an unforgettable magical moment. It is also one of the most beautiful natural phenomena we can appreciate from Earth. In today’s society, we perfectly understand what occurs when… Read More ›
Was this planet once roamed by REAL Dragons?
By Federico Pieraccini | Strategic Culture The Chinese Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), by lending out money using an alternative currency to the dollar, opens up huge spaces for investment and the strategic transformation of the region The overland integration of the BRI,… Read More ›
By Felicity Arbuthnot | Global Research If anyone is still wondering why North Korea was being “provocative” in missile tests and repeatedly declaring what would seem to be a daunting arsenal (although there is still no irrefutable, concrete proof of… Read More ›
This is quite depressing I’m including a comment from the comment section under this video. …~TS Sometimes all we are left with after an animal has gone extinct are photographs and videos…
Donald Trump and the sanctions law: Supreme Court challenge coming (full text and analysis of the Presidential Statement)
By Alexander Mercouris | The Duran Whilst signing the sanctions law President Trump publishes a Presidential Statement which is clearly intended to prepare the ground for a challenge to the US Supreme Court on the grounds that key provisions in… Read More ›
By Adam Garrie | The Duran China is not North Korea, but legally speaking Chinese Taipei is part of China. While the United States talks with Chinese Taipei as though it is a universally acknowledged sovereign state, it treats North… Read More ›
By Kalee Brown | Collective Evolution It’s official: Researchers in China just teleported the first object ever from the ground to orbit. We wrote about this study in a recent article we published, going more into the entanglement aspect, which could… Read More ›
Gee, it hasn’t fallen down yet…~TS A large fire broke out Sunday in a building in Lanzhou, the capital city of northwestern China’s Gansu Province. No casualties have been reported yet. Firefighters say the blaze engulfed the building, which was… Read More ›
Are things going on behind the scenes in these forbidden places that we have no clue about?
It will take 3 years to withdraw if the U.S. abides by U.N. rules. It beats staying in it permanently…~TS Leaving the deal doesn’t stop the US from establishing green energy, nor would signing it have stopped climate change.
By Tyler Durden | Zero Hedge A few weeks ago, in what was described as one of the “worst-ever recorded attacks of its kind,” the WannaCry ransomware virus spread the globe at an alarming rate, seizing control of private networks… Read More ›
By Alexander Mercouris | The Duran News that North Korea has tested a ballistic missile which hit the Sea of Japan 500 kilometres from the Russian coastline begs the question of what happened to the great crisis in the Korean… Read More ›