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Berkeley communists predict the end of the US Dollar is coming soon

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Currencies will soon coexist on a more ‘equal footing’ in international markets, and the US dollar will be forced to share prominence with the Chinese yuan and the EU’s euro, according to global currency systems expert Barry Eichengreen. In his book How Global Currencies Work: Past, Present, and Future, he wrote that reserve currences can and do coexist. The book, co-authored by European Central... 

Milo Yiannopoulos to hold Alt-Right event in Berkeley protected by Navy SEAL Squad

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Come hell or high water, Conservative firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos vows “Free Speech Week” at the University of California, Berkeley will go on. In a statement posted to his Facebook page Wednesday, Yiannopoulos revealed a Navy SEAL Security squad will be there to protect him, along with other event speakers, later this month. Campus Reform reports: In a statement to Campus Reform, Yiannopoulos... 

Janet Napolitano Sues Trump Admin to Keep 2.1 Million DACA Migrants

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Former DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano sued the Trump administration to keep the current DACA program in place. At least 2.1 million illegal alien children in the US are potentially eligible for DACA—with 1.2 million having immediately met the age, education, length of residence, and other criteria when the initiative launched in 2012. That’s a lot of potential Democrat voters. The Democrat party... 

5th force of nature possibly discovered, US physicists say

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Scientists are ecstatic over the fact that they may have just discovered the fifth fundamental force of nature. The possible discovery of a previously-unknown subatomic particle looks set to finally bring the elusive dark matter into the mix. The discovery centers on a new type of boson that possesses characteristics previously unseen in particles. Furthermore, its existence casts doubt upon whether... 

Magical qualities of walnut work against cancer and diabetes

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US scientists have reaffirmed the benefits of eating walnuts in a new study. Specialists from the University of California at Davis conducted a series of experiments on a group of male mice diagnosed with prostate cancer. The mice were divided into three diet groups. The first group did not consume walnuts, the second group received walnuts, and the third one was fed with walnut oil. The experiment... 

Paralyzed man with injured spinal cord walks by brainpower

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A waist-down paralyzed man regained his ability to walk after neurosurgeons connected his brain’s waves to his knees’ neurons. A man with the paralysis of the lower body has regained the power to walk after his brain signals were transmitted artificially to the receptor neurons of his legs. The 26-year-old American, who picked up a spinal cord injury (SCI) in a motorbike accident about five years... 

American Scientists develop ultra-thin Invisibility Cloak

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A 3D illustration of a metasurface skin cloak made from an ultrathin layer of nanoantennas covering an arbitrarily shaped object. American scientists say they have developed an ultra-thin invisibility cloak that can wrap around a 3D object and hide it from detection. Researchers at the US Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California, Berkeley have... 

University of California says you are a racist if you say "the human race"

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In the last decade, colleges were punishing students who didn’t completely ignore race. These days, they are punishing students who do ignore race. In present-day colleges, liberals are now saying race does exist, and you are an evil racist if you refuse to acknowledge someone as a “racial/cultural being”. According to liberals from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), the... 

Implanted 'neural dust' to control your brain

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University of California researchers from Berkeley have made up a concept of so-called ‘neural dust’. Extremely tiny microchips now may be implanted in the human brain. The chips are planned to be implanted in the main body organ in order to study person’s thoughts and track psychological processes. The scientists claim, the technology will be so tiny, a person will hardly notice... 

Cockroach Bot Can Squeeze Through Tiny Gaps, Spy On You

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The team from the University of California, Berkeley based the robot (bottom) on the humble cockroach (top). It will send a chill down the spine of anyone who has watched a cockroach escape into a seemingly impossibly small gap. Researchers have created a robot that can use its body shape to move through a densely cluttered environment. The team from the University of California, Berkeley based the... 

US killer robots threaten humanity

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The US military has set to design killer robots. The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is working out drones which will be able to track and kill targets even when out of contact with their handlers. The robots will be provided with lethal weapon systems. The scientists are concerned with the threat and call on banning of such systems. Stuart Russell, Professor of Computer Science... 

NASA's Hubble telescope catches star digesting companion

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Astronomers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have uncovered surprising new clues about a hefty, rapidly aging star whose behavior has never been seen before in our Milky Way galaxy. Astronomers at NASA have used the Hubble Space Telescope to capture a very rare event: A star, dubbed ‘Nasty 1,’ cannibalizing another star nearby, and producing a giant, pancake-shaped gas disk in the... 

E-cigarette more addictive than tobacco

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59 % of e-cigarette smokers are less likely to give up smoking, 49 % are less likely to reduce usage of cigarettes. These are the results of a new study conducted by University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. Thus, the previous major research on the success based on e-cigarettes devices is refuted. Wael Al-Delaimy, MD, PhD, professor and chief of the Division of Global Public Health in... 

Scientists splice Woolly DNA into elephant cells

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The Woolly Mammoth at the Royal BC Museum, Victoria, British Columbia. Scientists at Harvard University are one step closer to bringing Woolly mammoths back to life, after successfully inserting some sequences of mammoth DNA into an elephant genome. The study is yet to be published, though, as there is still work to do. No recreation of the Ice Age would be complete without large, shaggy woolly mammoths... 

US Scientists Invent Chameleon-Like Artificial Skin

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The picture shows a computer illustration of a chameleon-like artificial “skin” developed by scientists at the University of California, Berkeley. ​Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have created a super thin material that can be made to change color on demand when a minute amount of force is applied. “This is the first time anybody has made a flexible chameleon-like skin... 
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