Nathan McGreevy

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How To Access Dark Web In 15 Minutes (Super Easy Guide)

Are you trying to find out how to access the dark web?<p>Well, look no further, we have gone and done the research so we could show you step by step the …

Six vehicles powered by coffee, saltwater, sewage and other crazy fuels

<i>By Cat DiStasio</i><p>When it comes to advances in automotive technology, the search for alternative fuels is pretty exciting. Of course, you've heard about biodiesel engines converted to run on used vegetable oil that sputter out little more than water and the faint smell of French fries. However, …

Donald Trump

Australian election cliff-hanger leaves nation in limbo

Australia’s political parties began horsetrading on Sunday to break an anticipated parliamentary deadlock after a dramatic election failed to produce a clear winner, raising the prospect of prolonged political and economic instability.<p>The exceptionally close vote leaves Prime Minister Malcolm …

Australia

“Delusional and reflexive invocations of American exceptionalism”: What the GOP field won’t admit about our history may make everything worse

By continuing to deny the real lessons and history of Vietnam and Iraq, we are set up to repeat tragedies again<p>The Vietnam War ended 40 years ago, yet this brutal episode continues to haunt America and affect our foreign policy, our culture, and our national identity.<p>The war left more than 58,000 …

Political Science

America's Embrace of Ignorance

It's pretty easy to see in this election cycle that America has hit a new low in stupidity. I like to collectively call it "The Stupid." The acceptance and glorification of ignorance and anti-intellectualism into our political system is one of the most dangerous threats to our country. It stems …

Government

Uncomfortable: Watch How Donald Trump Handles It When MSNBC Host Grills Him on Whether Obama Is a ‘Legitimate’ President

When MSNBC’s Chris Matthews hit Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump about his past assertions that President Barack Obama may not be a legitimate president — presumably tied to Trump’s doubts that Obama was born in the United States — Trump was mum on the matter.<p>“Is Donald Trump honest …

Donald Trump

“That’s not accurate”: Fox News military analyst blows up Carly Fiorina’s latest debate lie

Fiorina claimed Gen. Jack Keane was forced out of the military after disagreeing with Obama. He retired under Bush<p>Gen. David Petraeus, Gen. Stanley McChrystal, Gen. James Mattis, Gen Jack Keane and Lt. Gen Michael Flynn. All of them, Carly Fiorina claimed during last night's fifth GOP presidential …

Government

Elon Musk just made an incredibly important point about solar energy

Visionaries like Elon Musk know how underrated solar power is.<p>In an interview on December 15 at the American Geophysical Union meeting, Musk mentioned that if we covered just a corner of Utah or Nevada with solar panels, we could power the entire US, as Nature News' Lauren Morello reported.<p>This …

Solar Power

Pass or Fail? Profs Grade GOP Foreign Policy Debate

David Alpher, <i>George Mason University</i> and Bear F Braumoeller, <i>Ohio State University</i><p>Round 5 of the GOP debates was full of tough talk. Mike Blake/Reuters<p><i>Two weeks after a terrorist attack in California, the GOP candidates for president met to discuss foreign policy. We asked two national security</i> …

George Mason University

Here’s what the world will be like in 2045, according to DARPA’s top scientists

Predicting the future is fraught with challenges, but when it comes to technological advances and forward thinking, experts working at the Pentagon's research agency may be the best people to ask.<p>Launched in 1958, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is behind some of the biggest …

Singularity

Sobriety tests and the Constitution

With the approach of the holiday season — and holiday parties — drivers are rightly being warned that operating a car under the influence is not only dangerous but a violation of the law. But, as with any punishment, the legal consequences of drunk driving have to be squared with the …

The Real Reason Donald Trump Will Win the Republican Nomination

Donald Trump knows his audience. He is astoundingly talented when it comes to this one thing.<p>He knew his audience in the Manhattan business community when he rose to become an enormously successful real estate developer. He knew his audience when he gave NBC one of its biggest hits, <i>The Apprentice</i>, …

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Rand Paul Didn't Win, But He Raised the Most Important Questions of the Debate

Namely,<p>if we're willing to start World War III to look "strong."<p>"It's time we punch Russia in the nose."<p>That was noted Republican moderate John Kasich.<p>Almost entirely by accident, and only because CNN gamed their own rules to allow Rand Paul into the main event, an actual foreign policy debate …

Middle East

AP FACT CHECK: Sour notes on immigration, security in debate

WASHINGTON (AP) — The vast complexities of a dangerous world were cast in too-simple terms in the latest Republican presidential debate.<p>In addition, Chris Christie pledged to make common cause with a Jordanian king who's actually dead and debaters twisted aspects of immigration policy beyond …

Immigration

Chinese investors lost $1.2 billion in the country's wild west online lending industry

Henry Yin, managing director of CreditEase, one of China's biggest platforms, gave an idea of just how big and dangerous it is by outlining how huge losses have been so far.<p>Speaking at the LendIt Europe conference in London last week, Yin said Chinese investors, the majority of them unsophisticated …

Stock Markets

7 worst apps that violate your privacy

When you're browsing through the millions of apps available from the Apple and Android app stores, you'll notice that close to 98 percent of them are free to download. That's great if you're looking to fill up your gadget, but many free apps, and some paid ones, do come with a hidden price — your …

Apps

NIH bans funding for genetic engineering of human embryos

Researchers from Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China made headlines late last month upon announcing that they had successfully edited the genes of a human embryo. This revelation set off a firestorm of controversy as the scientific community took sides in the ethical debate of genetic …