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SPOT, whose techniques were first used in 2003 and formalized in 2007, uses “highly questionable” screening techniques, according to the ACLU complaint, while being “discriminatory, ineffective, pseudo-scientific, and wasteful of taxpayer money.” TSA has spent at least $1 billion on SPOT.
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"11 Deaths in Five Months Where Shooter Was 3 to 6 Years Old"

Won't someone please think of the rampaging murderous children?
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Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University of Virginia School of Law is a world-renowned training ground for distinguished lawyers and public servants. Currently ranked among the top law schools in the United States, Virginia has educated generations of lawyers, instilling in them a commitment to leadership, integrity, and community service.
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Private prison companies aren't the only ones benefiting from America's prison-industrial complex
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Agents of the Food and Drug Administration know better than anyone else just how bad scientific misbehavior can get. Reading the FDA’s inspection files feels almost like watching a highlights reel from a Scientists Gone Wild video. It’s a seemingly endless stream of lurid vignettes—each of which catches a medical...
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Most of us have a drill, lawn mower, mixer or tools at home we hardly ever use. Dutch company Peerby came with a website and app to connect people in need of things with their neighbours who have them: http://bit.ly/PeerbyCom #SharingEconomy #Sharing #ownership 
The Sharing Economy (sometimes also referred to as the peer-to-peer economy or collaborative economy) offers a whole new way of living. Instead of...
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Locked Up For Being Poor http://trib.al/BUTQ4Zn
How private debt collectors contribute to a cycle of jail, unemployment, and poverty
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"police have used a 'nondescript warehouse' to keep detainees out of booking databases, beat prisoners, shackle them for 'prolonged periods,' and keep them from legal counsel for up to 24 hours — including even children as young as 15."
A remarkable report from Spencer Ackerman at The Guardian has revealed in detail the existence of an interrogation facility used by Chicago police to detain and hold people in secret. The report...
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Here are 7 American attitudes that people from other developed countries find weird.
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Werner Herzog's Paralyzing Case Against Texting While Driving
www.theatlantic.com

"He looked like he was asleep, until we rolled him over."

Senate Majority Whip: FISA Court Is 'Fixed' and 'Loaded'
www.theatlantic.com

Senator Dick Durbin wants to add a civil liberties advocate to the proceedings, and to limit the NSA's data collection.

Snowden: I never gave any information to Chinese or Russian governments
www.guardian.co.uk

Glenn Greenwald: As a new poll shows widespread American approval for him, tthe NSA whistleblower vehemently denies media claims

The brain as a model for future supercomputers
phys.org

(Phys.org) —The brain's repute took a big hit in 1997 when an IBM supercomputer defeated world chess champion Gary Kasparov in a match repor

First falcons born in Paris since 19th century
phys.org

The first peregrine falcons to be born in Paris since the end of the 19th century have hatched at the top of a giant heating tower close to

Germany Doesn't Get Much Sun. How Did It Become a Leader in Solar Energy?
www.motherjones.com

Germany’s little-guy suppliers are destabilizing big power companies.

NASA
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For the Benefit of All

Why Nikola Tesla was the greatest geek who ever lived - The Oatmeal
theoatmeal.com

Additional notes from the author: If you want to learn more about Tesla, I highly recommend reading Tesla: Man Out of Time; Also, this Badas

The Anti-Corruption Pledge
www.theanticorruptionpledge.org

Money is corrupting our democracy. Across the country, citizens and candidates are pledging to fight the corrupting influence of political c

U.S. Wealth Gap Between Young, Old Is Widest Ever
www.huffingtonpost.com

WASHINGTON -- The wealth gap between younger and older Americans has stretched to the widest on record, worsened by a prolonged economic dow

Bach-Stokowski: Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor
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This 'symphonic transcription' of J. S. Bach's great organ Passacaglia and Fugue was first played by Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia

Darth Vader's Greatest Speech Ever Made
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In his final moments, Anakin Skywalker recalls the days of The Clone Wars in the arms of his son. A visual representation of Charlie Chaplin

[VIDEO] The beauty of pollination | Science News
www.scoop.it

We are all dependent to each other.Taken from TEDTalks...

Goldfrapp - Pilots (live)
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Goldfrapp performs Pilots live at the Shepherd's Bush Empire during the Felt mountain tour in 2001. The stage just looks beautiful and snowy

Our addiction to technology trumps caffeine, chocolate and alcohol
latimesblogs.latimes.com

This probably sounds familiar: You're out to dinner with friends, and everything's fun, until you get that itch. It's been 20 minutes, and y

Occupy Big Business: The Sharing Economy's Quiet Revolution
www.theatlantic.com

In the shadow of the Great Recession and the Occupy Wall Street movement, ordinary people are re-negotiating their terms with big business.

The cost of America’s police state
www.salon.com

Hundreds of billions have been spent to militarize our nation against a terrorism threat that barely exists