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Was ‘Charmine Chou’ a social experiment for case study?


Sexy FB posts get OFW in trouble with Saudi authorities ‘In the spirit of balance reporting, we are posting screenshots of the public posts cum explanation made by a certain Suzy Bautista, said to be a Master of Arts student … Continue reading

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Turn Your Cremated Loved Ones Into Diamonds


‘The idea of wearing your deceased loved one around your finger or neck might be a little unsettling, but that’s exactly what a company called Algordanza does: transform human ashes into a diamond. ‘Ripka said the process for growing diamonds … Continue reading

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Youngest Billionaire Revolutionizes Blood Tests


‘At 19-years-old, Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of her chemical engineering degree at Stanford University and used her tuition money to pursue a business idea she hoped would change the landscape of healthcare. ‘With a major fear of needles, she decided … Continue reading

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US Navy’s New Unmanned Drone Boats [Video]


These drones could kill by remote Remember the inflatable dummy tanks that fooled Hitler in WWII? These drone boats will probably play the part on the next world war. ‘The swarm boats are outfitted with sensors and software so the … Continue reading

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Make Your Own Gun for Just $1,200


The $1,200 Machine That Lets Anyone Make a Metal Gun at Home ‘When Cody Wilson revealed the world’s first fully 3-D printed gun last year, he showed that the “maker” movement has enabled anyone to create a working, lethal firearm … Continue reading

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Vanishing Firstborns by Terms and Conditions


Brits Unwittingly Give Up Firstborns for Free WiFi ‘Security experiment uses ‘Herod clause’ to show vulnerabilities in public hot spots A handful of Londoners in some of the capital’s busiest districts unwittingly agreed to give up their eldest child, during … Continue reading

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How the Secret Service ‘Bungled’ White House Shooting


Agency didn’t even know White House had been hit I don’t believe the intruder succeeded. I think the incident was staged to send Obama a message. ‘…Then came an order that surprised some of the officers. “No shots have been … Continue reading

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