|Bill Nye 'The Jail-The-Skeptics Guy' Entertains Jailing Climate Skeptics For 'Affecting My Quality of Life'
Bill Nye, "the science guy", revealed he is openly favorable to the idea of jailing 'global warming' skeptics at the Hague as "war criminals." Nye was confronted with environmental activists Robert F. Kennedy's call to jail climate skeptics for treason and lock them up at the Hague. |
Nye openly pondered the idea that climate skeptics deserve jail. Climate Hustle's Marc Morano aske... (more)
Virtual Reality Sex Suit Looks as Disturbing as It Sounds|
|A nightmarish new virtual reality sex suit designed to counteract prostitution has been unveiled in Japan.|
Developers have designed the ‘Illusion VR’ body suit to work in combination with the virtual reality headset, Oculus Rift, and the masturbation aid, Tenga.
Aimed apparently at socially inept men who are unwilling to engage in physical human contact as well as those uncomfortable with paying for illegal prostitution, the sex suit is designed to work with the ‘ad... (more)
Israeli Software Company Revealed As FBI's "Outside Party" Helping to Hack iPhone|
|The FBI wants to classify its new "alternate" method of unlocking the suspected San Bernardino shooter's iPhone, keeping it secret even from Apple itself, according to new reporting.|
The Guardian confirmed with government officials on Wednesday that the technique does enable the FBI to get into Syed Farook's iPhone. That means the agency can back off from its legal b... (more)
Study: Blondes Have Higher IQs|
|Good looks and higher IQs, this ought to rustle some SJW jimmies...|
From The Telegraph:
Blondes are not dumb after all, researchers have claimed, as they revealed they have a slightly higher IQ than brunettes.... (more)
A new study found blondes had an average IQ of 103.2, compared to 102.7 for those with brown hair, 101.2 for those with red hair and
The End of Manual Labor? Google Subsidiary Unveils Humanoid 'Atlas Robot'|
Google subsidiary Boston Dynamics yesterday released an astonishing video of their new humanoid 'Atlas robot' which demonstrates remarkable human-like balance while walking through the snow and getting shoved by a hockey stick.
Insider.com CEO Jason Calacanis told CNBC the robot may signal "the end of manual labor." ... (more)
MIT Climate Scientist Dr. Richard Lindzen Mocks 97% Consensus: 'It Is Propaganda'|
|97 Consensus? Dr. Lindzen: 'They never really tell you what they agree on. It is propaganda. So all scientists agree it's probably warmer now than it was at the end of the Little Ice Age. Almost all Scientists agree that if you add CO2 you will have some warming. Maybe very little warming. But it is propaganda to translate that into it is dangerous and we must reduce co2 etc. If you can... (more) |
New Pirate Bay Plugin Lets Users Stream Torrents In Their Browser|
| The world’s best known torrent-sharing site, the Pirate Bay, has started to use a new plugin called Torrents Time, which allows users to stream torrents directly in their browsers – the advantage being you don’t need to download anything.|
Torrents Time was released at the start of February and can be used with Google Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer on either Windows or OS X. At present, the system is in beta.
"By harnessing the incredible abilities of torrents... (more)
California's Plan to Kill The Driverless Car|
|Instead of seeing driverless cars as a cheaper, safer, and more efficient mechanism to move people and goods, government bureaucrats are salivating at the possibility of inventing new and exciting ways to stifle innovation long before driverless cars even hit the market. As is so often the case, California leads the way.|
What does California propose? First, prospective "drivers" will need a special state-issued certificate to operate a driverless car. To get it, they will need to ... (more)
DARPA Aims For Brain Implants to Control Machines|
|An implantable neural chip being developed under a newly-announced program by the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, which will allow humans to directly communicate with computers and control them with just their mind.|
Besides the obvious military application, the device will open new possibilities for the treatment of different neural disorders, as well as potentially improving the lives of disabled people who are paralyzed, deaf or blind, DARPA claimed in a press-... (more)
Government Investment in Self-Driving Cars: Leading From Behind|
|The Obama administration announced that they were going to invest $4 billion in self-driving cars. Why? Private firms have already developed self-driving cars, and although none are available for purchase now, they are on their way with or without government involvement.|
Is this really a good use of our tax dollars? What investments can the governm... (more)
MIT: Incandescents Now More Efficient Than LEDs|
|Researchers at the MIT are publicizing that they have fixed the incandescent lightbulb with a brilliant improvement. They have wrapped the interior filament in a crystal glass that both bounces light and contains heat. It recycles energy in a way that addresses the main complaint against Edison's bulb: It burns far too much energy for the ... (more) |
First of Its Kind Study Shows No Impairment While Cycling — on Weed|
|As more and more states legalize the medicinal and recreational use of cannabis, it will inevitably bring challenges to the criminal justice system. As of now, it seems that operating a vehicle under the influence of cannabis is treated the same as operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol.|
However, this is a faulty assumption for the state. As we reported earlier, a pioneering study found virtually no driving impairment under the influence of cannabis. This does not ... (more)
VIDEO: Spacex Launches Falcon 9, Successfully Lands Booster|
SpaceX successfully launched their Falcon 9 rocket carrying 11 satellites to low-Earth orbit. This mission also marked SpaceX's first successful landing of the first stage booster.
Bezos Beats Musk|
The New Shepard rocket blasted off from Blue Origin's West Texas launch site at 12:21pm CST (18.21 GMT), reached a suborbital altitude of 62 miles (100 km) and landed back at the launch site eight minutes later.
In suborbital spaceflight, rockets are not traveling fast enough to reach the speed required to counter the pull of Earth's gravity.
This means they re-ente... (more)