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How to eat to beat dementia: 20 foods to nourish brains

In Saturday’s paper, we introduced our programme with a comprehensive quiz to help you work out your risk of developing Alzheimer’s and show you how you can reduce that risk ... However, the short-cha... read more

Continuously Rising Energy Costs Will Cripple The Economy

Prices are assumed to rise as fossil fuels are depleted, allowing more expensive ... reasons. - World GDP represents a weighting of country reported GDP. One approach to weighting gives disproportiona... read more

VIPS Asks Twitter to Restore Van Buren’s Account

Thank you. For the Steering Group, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity: William Binney, former Technical Director, World Geopolitical & Military Analysis, NSA; co-founder, SIGINT Automation ... read more

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Thermosolar power station in Spain works at night

The unique thermosolar power station in southern Spain can shrug off cloudy days ... "It is the first station in the world that works 24 hours a day, a solar power station that works day and night!" s... read more

World War II Spending Did Not End the Great Depression

Roosevelt's best efforts, the New Deal did not quite end the Great Depression ... t credit World War II with "getting us out of the Depression." This belief has prompted members of the intelligentsia ... read more

High fiber diets may make you less stressed as your gut affects your brain

What's more, changing up their diets to reduce stress and fix their gut leaks did not cause any weight changes in the mice, making it an appealing treatment possibility. So developing dietary ... The ... read more

A day in the life of the world's busiest airport

This bittersweet blend of joy and heartache is all too common at the world's busiest ... 90 minutes north of the airport. Every Wednesday, he drives down to help out in the airport chaplain's office. ... read more

Your Body, Your Choice: Fight for Your Somatic Rights

I would be happier, healthier, and smarter. So what possible justification would the paternalists of the world have for telling me I can’t upgrade my physical body? In each case, the actual right to y... read more

The Approaching U.S. Energy-Economic Crisis

I was recently asked to give a talk called, “The Approaching US Energy-Economic Crisis.” In other words ... The increase in short-term interest rates will, by itself, push the economy in the direction ... read more

Clean power is not enough

Mitigation efforts pledged so far are inadequate to reduce ... leaves the world unprepared to turn around for decarbonization, according to their study. This will further increase the dependence on ca... read more

Back in the (Great) Game: The Revenge of Eurasian Land Powers

Until quite recently the latest chapters of this Brave New World were conceptualized by the Mahan ... the tech upgrade inbuilt in Made in China 2025; the push towards an alternative banking clearance ... read more

Thorium Power Is the Safer Future of Nuclear Energy

But perhaps the most salient benefit of thorium power, in our geopolitically dicey world, is that the fuel is much harder to turn into a bomb. Thorium itself isn’t fissile. The thorium fuel cycle does ... read more

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