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n New Science Reveals Young Brains Deranged By Cellphone Radiation Exposure

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t’s fairly obvious to most intelligent people that modern society is going insane. It’s especially true among today’s hyper-connected youth who seem to be truly deranged and mentally ill, hyperventilating over every issue imaginable such as “net neutrality” or the election of Donald Trump. The lunacy of modern society has never been more extreme, and many of us who observe all this are wondering is there a common cause behind the insanity? goo.gl/BxmPJV

success, one of the greatest achievements in the history of modern medicine. Doesn’t add up, does it? Across a population of 100 million people, widespread harm and death would have occurred. goo.gl/ZQbo9G

Science, Tech & Beyond n Who Does The Childhood Vaccine Injury Act Protect?

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he laws of a country are, generally, designed to protect its citizens. How this ideal is interpreted is a topic of debate in various circles, but its goal is lofty, if not quite perfect. Of specific necessity are laws aimed at protecting children, including child abuse, welfare, and labor laws. Of zero necessity, in my view, is the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act(NCVIA), which sounds like it has the best interests of this nation’s young citizens in mind, but actually serves a much different purpose. goo.gl/uywKjd

n Tesla’s New Semi Truck is Here, and it Has a Tremendous 500-Mile Range

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class of new, transparent tech can allow us to harvest massive amounts of energy from glass surfaces like building and car windows, cell phones and other translucent surfaces.GNN reports: Scientists at Michigan State University detailed in a paper in the journal Nature Energy how highly transparent solar applications could “nearly meet U.S. electricity demand” and drastically reduce reliance upon fossil fuels. “We will see commercial products become available over the next few years,” Richard Lunt, an associate professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at MSU, tells Newsweek. “We are just beginning to hit performance metrics that make sense to scale up.” goo.gl/KHaHPV

n Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes to be Released In 20 States

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he US Environmental Protection Agency has approved the release of genetically engineered mosquitoes in 20 US states and Washington D.C – what are the implications of this mass experiment? In early November the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved the use of mosquitoes which have been genetically engineered to carry a common bacterium designed to kill mosquitoes that carry dangerous viruses. The news was reported in Nature, and later confirmed to Gizmodo by MosquitoMate, the company behind the GE mosquitoes, and the EPA. The EPA said they officially registered MosquitoMate’s Asian Tiger mosquito with a five-year license to sell their lab mosquitoes in 20 states across the nation. goo.gl/1HgYgK

n Global Vaccine Cartel Wreaks Destruction: The Evidence

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ut these two public-health agency statements up against each other: “Don’t give this vaccine to people whose immune systems are weak, because dire consequences would follow.” And “We gave this vaccine to 100 million people, millions of whom had weak immune systems, and it was a glorious Page 9

n Building AI: Mankind Losing More Control Over Artificial Intelligence

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Building AI is the next phase humanity appears to be going through in its technological evolution. We are at the point where corporations are designing Artificial Intelligence (AI) machines, robots and programs to make child AI machines, robots and programs – in other words, we have AI building AI. While some praise this development and point out the benefits (the fact that AI is now smarter than humanity in some areas, and thus can supposedly better design AI than humans), there is a serious consequence to all this: humanity is becoming further removed from the design process – and therefore has less control. goo.gl/zZUM79

n 3D-Printed Invention Produces 2 Liters Of Drinking Water Every Hour From Air

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id you know? By 2025, an estimated 1.8 billion people will live in areas where water scarcity is prevalent. This is concerning, but fortunately, not unsolvable. In fact, a 22-year-old Indian entrepreneur has already presented a solution. Jawwad Patel, an engineering student, has developed an invention that converts atmospheric moisture into potable drinking water. In other words, it pulls water from the air to produce drinkable water within a short period of time. goo.gl/mimYpz

New Agora January 2018  
New Agora January 2018