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Oregon: Marijuana Is Officially Legal on Wednesday

HIGHTIMES As of Wednesday, Oregon residents will be officially allowed to cultivate, posses, and consume recreational marijuana without fear of a shakedown erupting from state and local ...

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The Monsanto Years: Singer Neil Young Rips Into GMOs, Big Biz and Conformity

Jack Adam Weber L.Ac., Dipl. C.H./Wake Up World Hats off to Neil Young for (once again) speaking the truth and going out on ...

Avoiding The Sun Will Kill You Much Faster Than Embracing It

PreventDisease There a good chance you've adopted at least some of the messages from the media regarding sunscreen and avoiding the sun. ...

Scientists Develop 3D Holograms You Can Actually Touch

Yournewswire Star Wars style lightsabers may soon be a reality as scientists have developed 3D holograms that can actually be touched. The ...

Uber Faces Another Privacy Complaint – Tracking Users After Leaving Car?

  Photo: Reuters Amanda Warren Uber is the nation's largest ride-sharing company. You can get a ride in over 60 cities and become a taxi ...

The Individual vs. Collective Mind Control

Jon Rappoport (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.)  “Inside the mind, there is a landscape of reality. Its purpose? Maintaining ...

Why We’re Headed Toward A “Cashless Society”

BONNER & PARTNERS DON’T COUNT ON YOUR ATM CARDS Yesterday, came a report that the prime minister of Poland, Ewa Kopacz, has urged ...

Economic Crash: New Poll Says 72% Expect “Worse Collapse Ever”

Yournewswire GOP mainstay Ed Goeas has come out and said “Concern over the economy is the highest I’ve ever seen,” regarding an ...

Federal Study: Alcohol Impacts Driving More Than Marijuana

Hightimes A new study—partly funded by the federal government—has found that alcohol affects a person's ability drive way more than marijuana. According to ...

Threat From Artificial Intelligence Not Just Hollywood Fantasy

UKTelegraph From the dystopian writings of Aldous Huxley and HG Wells to the sinister and apocalyptic vision of modern Hollywood blockbusters, the ...

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