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  1. Yesterday
  2. Google, Facebook, and Microsoft all say they care about climate change. They care so much that they sponsored a conference that promoted climate change denial.


    The conference was backed by a group founded to spread the "good news" about carbon emissions.

    Corporations are trash!

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    Netflix received 15 Oscar nominations today

    Netflix censors videos for the terrorist state Saudi Arabia and now they go and join the MPAA. It's like Netflix is turning more and more to the dark side...

  4. Last week
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    Avi Loeb discusses why we need to consider the possibility that the...

    I must admit, this article really triggered my imagination. What do you think, was the object just an "ordinary" asteroid or was it actually a fully operational probe sent intentionally to Earth’s vicinity by an alien civilization?

  6. American racism then and now.


  7. Earlier
  8. Not even a government shutdown will stop the Trump administration from actively killing this planet.


    Interior department continues processing permits and moves forward with controversial plan to increase drilling in the Arctic

    Get your damn priorities straight you fucking clown face!

    1. Simon


      It's just like Noam Chomsky says: the Republican party is the most dangerous organization in human history.

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    He symbolises the rightwing domination of our media. Yet a politics presenter as aligned to the left would not be tolerated, writes Guardian columnist Owen Jones

    The BBC cannot call itself politically neutral if it continues to employ prominent right-wingers like Andrew Neil that actively censors criticism he doesn't like on his show.

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  10. This study shows that people over 65-years-old with extreme right-wing opinions spread more fake news and misinformation on social media than anyone else during the US Presidential election in 2016. Remember that next time someone blames young people or millennials.

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    1. Sanjo


      And no one is surprised by this fact! 

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    MACCLENNY, FL—Calling its clearly laid out regulations “surprisingly refreshing,” conservative Floridian man Ernest Moyer told reporters Friday he enjoys living under Sharia Law much more than he thought...

    Okay, I thought this was pretty funny. "Moyer added that in a lot of ways, such as the law’s hostility towards women, gays, and criminals, things have barely even changed." Ouch! 😂

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    "There’s an element where yeah, people are going to have to start paying their fair share in taxes," she said.

    Yes, this is exactly what we need to be doing to both combat the rising levels of inequality that's tearing our societies apart and to stop climate change from destroying the prospects of organized human existence on Earth.

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  13. Xi Jinping seemed ill。庆祝改革开放40周年大会,习近平将军开始时不断晃悠,眨眼,后曾嘴歪、 脸抽搐,连续口齿不清,把常用成语念得糊糊。轻微脑萎缩,小中风过?或者心脏不舒服?习仲勋晚年也是如此。


  14. Merry Christmas Everyone!


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    Recipes for a Healthy World is a collaboration of chefs, cooks...

    Looking for a delicious plant-based recipe to cook during Christmas and this holiday season? Check out these tasty recipes from Greenpeace. Yummy! 😋

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    A study published this week in ‘Environmental Science & Technology’ sampled salt brands from across the globe and found 92 percent contained microplastics.

    Previous studies have found plastics in seafood, wildlife, and tap water - and now researchers have shown that it also exists in our salt. Plastics seem to be everywhere and in everything these days, there is really no escape from this plastic hell which we have created.

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    If you are anything like me, many times you have been riding the subway and have had the thought, “What is wrong with this dang subway is that it is not exponentially more expensive and slower than this.” Many...

    Elon Musk is just so completely useless.

  18. Check out this short clip of Sarah Kendzior speaking truths about real journalism and hitting back at "alternative news" sites like Breitbart.

  19. While Donald Trump works to distract the public, his administration is working to dismantle every aspect of government that benefits the people - and ultimately destroying the prospects for human existence. Watch and listen to Noam Chomsky: Trump is a distraction, the Republican party is the most dangerous organization in human history.

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  20. Facebook "purposefully designed a product intended to get users to share as much  data as possible about themselves, and then worked to leverage that data to work with as many advertisers as possible"

    1. Sanjo


      ...and that's why I don't have a Facebook account. 😉

  21. Happy Birthday, Noam Chomsky!

  22. If Redly doesn't replace Facebook, Holonis might.

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    Patriarch of Bush dynasty and 41st president remembered for steady hand during Soviet collapse

    Good riddance!

  24. Vladimir Putin high fives Mohammed bin Salman at G20 summit in Buenos Aires. Just two dictators that murder journalists having a good time. Despicable people.

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