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PewDiePie Responds To The WSJ Times Three

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PewDiePie Responds To WSJ In response to the uproar, Kjellberg made the following statement on his Tumblr page prior to Disney and YouTube’s actions:   “It came to my attention yesterday that some have been pointing to my videos and saying that I am giving credibility to the anti-Semitic movement, and my fans are part

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Earth ‘overdue’ for magnetic pole reversal

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        Earth’s magnetic field may be about to reverse, which could have devastating consequences for humanity. Scientists think that Earth is long “overdue” for a full magnetic reversal and have determined that the magnetic field’s strength is already declining by 5 percent each century. This suggests that a fully reversal is highly

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WHERE IS Ben Swann REAITY CHECK AND SOCIAL LINKS ?

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    With the Inauguration just days away, “PizzaGate” has been thrust back into the spotlight for the first time since the election thanks to reporter Ben Swann of CBS46 in Atlanta – only this time, it’s not a puff piece labeling it a conspiracy theory, or another New York Times article going out of

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Giant crack in the ground forms in Pakistan (100’s of miles long)

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A large fissure has opened in Pakistan over the past few days, alarming residents, and sending professionals into spin mode for explanations. The crack is incorrectly being blamed on “rain” and flooding. Obviously no water is present, and the fissure hasn’t formed due to an underground river either. We can tell the fissure is seismic

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Wind Energy Conversion by Plant-Inspired Designs Wow What’s Next

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A new device mimics the branches and leaves of a cottonwood tree and generates electricity when its artificial leaves sway in the wind. The concept won’t replace wind turbines, but the technology could spawn a niche market for small and visually unobtrusive machines that turn wind into electricity, says Michael McCloskey, an associate professor of

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