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Media Regurgitates IPCC’s ‘Final Warning’ on Climate Change – Without Realizing We’ve Already Passed 1.5°C

25 March 2023 @ 5:00 am - Watts Up With That?

With all this contrary evidence of a doom-laden present and future, isn’t it time we simply stop listening to these unproven claims?

RIP Gordon Moore: Intel co-founder dies, aged 94

25 March 2023 @ 2:42 am - The Register

'Impossible to imagine the world we live in today ... without his contributions' Intel co-founder Gordon Moore has died, the microprocessor giant confirmed this evening. He was 94.…

Professor Peter Ridd – The World’s Coral Reefs are not Declining

25 March 2023 @ 1:00 am - Watts Up With That?

Professor Ridd reviews the latest data on the state of the world’s coral reefs, which is extremely encouraging, especially for the Great Barrier Reef, the largest single reef system, with record high coral cover in 2022.

Utah outlaws kids' social media addiction, sets digital curfew

24 March 2023 @ 10:41 pm - The Register

Age verification, a private right to sue Big Tech ... thinking of the children or political points? To protect children, Utah Governor Spencer Cox on Thursday signed two bills aimed at "holding social media companies accountable."…

Microsoft scrambles to fix Windows 11 'aCropalypse' privacy-battering bug

24 March 2023 @ 9:18 pm - The Register

All your previously Snipping Tool cropped images aren't, basically Microsoft is said to be preparing to fix the high-profile "aCropalypse" privacy bug in its Snipping Tool for Windows 11.…

Green Dictatorship? Netherlands Politicians Answering to the EU instead of Voters

24 March 2023 @ 9:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

The EU sees no reason to allow the Netherlands to change course, despite a resounding rejection of EU agriculture policies during recent elections.

Barred from US tech, Huawei claims to have built its own 14nm chip design suite

24 March 2023 @ 7:55 pm - The Register

Beijing's Made in China drive fueled by Washington's export crackdowns Huawei has reportedly completed work on electronic design automation (EDA) tools for laying out and making chips down to 14nm process nodes.…

CISA unleashes Untitled Goose Tool to honk at danger in Microsoft's cloud

24 March 2023 @ 7:16 pm - The Register

Not a headline we expected to write today American cybersecurity officials have released an early-warning system to protect Microsoft cloud users.…

40 Facts You NEED to Know: The REAL Story of “Covid”

24 March 2023 @ 7:00 pm - OffGuardian

Kit Knightly We first published our hugely popular cribsheet in September of 2021 in response to dozens – even hundreds – of reader requests for sources and data. It was intended as a resource and link dump as much as an article, and intentionally free of interpretation, editorialising or opinion. The response was incredible, within …

Oracle reportedly making job cuts at health IT arm Cerner

24 March 2023 @ 6:00 pm - The Register

OCI is much more efficient than the acquired Cerner DCs, Ellison told investors Oracle is set to make a number of job cuts at Cerner, the electronic health records company it acquired last year, as its shift workloads to its cloud infrastructure.…

Greta Thunberg:  Doctor of Theology

24 March 2023 @ 5:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

Opinion by Kip Hansen — 24 March 2023 [This is an Opinion piece – an OpEd – it is solely the opinion of the author, Kip Hansen, and does not…

Matthew Brown Companies confirms it's in funding talks with Virgin Orbit

24 March 2023 @ 4:30 pm - The Register

Back to work on Monday? Branson and co still fighting to get funding SpaceX and OpenAI backing venture capitalist Matthew Brown, of Matthew Brown Companies, has confirmed that his group is in funding talks with space biz Virgin Orbit.…

Forget general AI, apparently zebrafish larvae can count

24 March 2023 @ 3:04 pm - The Register

Numerical abilities could be a hardwired, ancient feature of the developing vertebrate brain, study suggests Researchers in Italy have discovered newborn zebrafish possess the ability to count, suggesting numeracy may be hard-wired into the vertebrate brain.…

LIVE at NOON EST: We’re Doomed… Again! IPCC and Media Jump the Shark

24 March 2023 @ 1:45 pm - Watts Up With That?

Earlier this week, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its AR6 climate change report. Expectedly, the report is defined by serial doomcasting and claims of impending catastrophe despite…

GitHub publishes RSA SSH host keys by mistake, issues update

24 March 2023 @ 1:34 pm - The Register

Getting connection failures? Don't panic. Get new keys GitHub has updated its SSH keys after accidentally publishing the private part to the world. Whoops.…

Harvard Law Accepts a Paper Advocating Homicide Charges for Big Oil Execs

24 March 2023 @ 1:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

Environmental activists have written a paper on a computer made of coal and oil products to demand the prosecution of big oil execs.

Accenture puts 19,000 staffers' heads on the chopping block

24 March 2023 @ 11:59 am - The Register

2.5% of workforce to go as sales and margin growth forecasts dip Accenture is erasing the jobs of 19,000 employees - with in-house IT workers confirmed on the front line - after it trimmed revenue projections for the rest of its current fiscal 2023.…

ChatGPT, how did you get here? It was a long journey through open source AI

24 March 2023 @ 11:00 am - The Register

Without publicly accessible code, there would be no AI chatbot Opinion  When OpenAI released ChatGPT 3.5 in late November 2022, no one expected much from the new release. It was just a "research preview," explained Sandhini Agarwal, an AI Policy researcher at OpenAI. "We didn't want to oversell it as a big fundamental advance," added Liam Fedus, a scientist at the org.…

And we stop it now for the “real” common good

24 March 2023 @ 9:00 am - OffGuardian

Sylvia shawcross This was a very difficult opinion to write because there are many people I love who have been vaccinated and I don’t want to be the one in any way to upset or put fear into them. I was reluctant to publish this but having just watched Piers Morgan being interviewed by Triggernometry …

Jacob Nordangård: UN/WEF openly planning to use the CO2 scam to control us | Tom Nelson Podcast

24 March 2023 @ 9:00 am - Watts Up With That?

Tom Nelson Mar 23, 2023 Tom Nelson PodcastJacob Nordangård is a Swedish researcher, author, lecturer, and musician. Ph.D. in Technology and Social Change at Linköping University. Master of Social Science…

Errors logged as 'nut loose on the keyboard' were – ahem – not a hardware problem

24 March 2023 @ 8:27 am - The Register

Five developers named Bob were not good at their jobs On Call  Welcome once again, dear reader, to On-Call, The Register's Friday feature in which we share readers' tales of being asked to address avoidable annoyances.…

There's one sure winner in the AI explosion, say analysts: Dutch outfit ASML

24 March 2023 @ 7:28 am - The Register

It’s the only game in town for extreme ultraviolet lithography, and that makes it every chip shop’s new best friend Dutch semiconductor equipment vendor ASML is likely to benefit heavily from the rapid adoption of generative AI and machine learning technologies.…

French parliament says oui to AI surveillance for 2024 Paris Olympics

24 March 2023 @ 6:24 am - The Register

Liberté, égalité, reconnaissance faciale for all Despite the opposition of 38 civil society groups, the French National Assembly has approved the use of algorithmic video surveillance during the 2024 Paris Olympics.…

Microsoft breaks geolocation, locking users out of Azure and M365

24 March 2023 @ 5:57 am - The Register

Customers banished to an IP address in Uzbekistan that Redmond’s cloud did not recognize Microsoft has found a new and interesting way to break its cloud services: by messing up geolocation services and sending its users to Uzbekistan, which made it impossible for them to log in.…

Where in the world is Terraform Labs villain Do Kwon? Montenegro, actually

24 March 2023 @ 5:28 am - The Register

Probably in a jail cell, waiting to be extradited stateside The US Justice Department charged fugitive crypto bro Do Kwon with fraud on Thursday, just hours after Montenegro's minister of interior announced he had been detained by local authorities.…

Challenging the NSTA’s Position Statement on Climate Change

24 March 2023 @ 5:00 am - Watts Up With That?

Unfortunately, the NSTA has taken a strong position that is antithetical to the scientific method, critical thinking and open scientific debate.

Cisco, Huawei, Ericsson on the hook for Philippine telco's $880M overspend

24 March 2023 @ 3:58 am - The Register

Next time you blow a project budget, console yourself that you weren’t this bad Cisco, Huawei, and Ericsson have all been asked to take a hit after a Filipino telco blew its budget by a whopping $880 million and blamed it on bad procurement processes.…

Toshiba board supports – without recommending – $15 billion takeover bid

24 March 2023 @ 2:33 am - The Register

It's probably going to happen, but final approval depends on 'circumstances' The board of troubled Japanese tech conglomerate Toshiba has announced it supports but will not recommend a $15 billion takeover offer that will launch in the next ten days but won't close for around four months.…

Uncle Sam reveals it sent cyber-soldiers to Albania to hunt for Iranian threats

24 March 2023 @ 1:05 am - The Register

'Hunt forward' teams of this sort aid with defense and learn how attackers like Tehran operate US Cyber Command operators have confirmed they carried out an online defensive mission in Albania, in response to last year's cyber attacks against the local government.…

Koonin and Dessler: Climate Science Debate: Campus Liberty Tour 2022 (Oklahoma State University)

24 March 2023 @ 1:00 am - Watts Up With That?

A debate at Oklahoma State University featuring: Steven Koonin, Ph.D, author of Unsettled: What Climate Science Tells Us, What It Doesn’t, and Why It Matters, Andrew Dessler, Ph.D, Professor of Atmospheric Science, Texas A&M University; Director, Texas Center for Climate Studies

Terran 1, world's first (mostly) 3D printed rocket, lifts off ... and fails to reach orbit

23 March 2023 @ 11:00 pm - The Register

Mission named 'Good Luck Have Fun' needed more of both What's been described as the world's first 3D-printed-ish rocket, Terran 1, blasted off into the sky and failed to make orbit during its maiden voyage on Wednesday.…

Critical infrastructure gear is full of flaws, but hey, at least it's certified

23 March 2023 @ 9:59 pm - The Register

Security researchers find bugs, big and small, in every industrial box probed Devices used in critical infrastructure are riddled with vulnerabilities that can cause denial of service, allow configuration manipulation, and achieve remote code execution, according to security researchers.…

Intel bumps up core counts for 13th-gen vPro chips

23 March 2023 @ 9:04 pm - The Register

'We don't think it's a luxury' veep tells The Reg Intel wants enterprises to think upgrading to notebooks and PCs powered by its 13th-gen Core vPro processors isn't a "luxury" they can pass up without putting their businesses at risk.…

Claim: Insurers are Writing Off Electric Vehicles with Minor Damage

23 March 2023 @ 9:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

Would you want to drive an EV whose batteries might have been subtly damaged by a minor collision, even if there were no visible signs of damage?

OpenAI CEO 'feels awful' after ChatGPT leaks conversations, payment info

23 March 2023 @ 8:06 pm - The Register

Delayed mea culpa isn't a good look for a biz with 'open' in the name Updated  OpenAI CEO Sam Altman feels "awful" about ChatGPT leaking some users' chat histories on Monday, and blamed an open source library bug for the snafu.…

Red Hat veteran will head up SUSE from May as Di Donato steps down

23 March 2023 @ 6:30 pm - The Register

In the meantime, the CFO is also interim CEO Out with the SAPper, in with a Hatter: Dirk-Peter van Leeuwen will take over at SUSE May 1st. Chief financial officer Andy Myers is interim CEO until the end of April.…

SAP user group: We want the same features on-prem that you put in the cloud

23 March 2023 @ 5:01 pm - The Register

Concerns over multi-million investments customers already made in their on-prem ERP systems German-speaking SAP users have put out a strongly worded statement calling on the European enterprise software giant to commit to introducing new features in its flagship ERP system on-prem as well as in the cloud.…

Climate change isn’t ‘particularly dangerous’: Richard Lindzen

23 March 2023 @ 5:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

Atmospheric Physicist Richard Lindzen says climate change isn’t “particularly dangerous” as climate alarmism and eco-anxiety continues to escalate.

D-Wave hello to another quantum pioneer warned over possible delisting

23 March 2023 @ 3:36 pm - The Register

Share price slides below $1 for 30 days straight, but company vows it will comply with NYSE regs again D-Wave Quantum Inc is being warned by the New York Stock Exchange that it no longer complies with the regulations that govern listed businesses because its share price has been sitting under $1 for 30 trading days.…

Tails 5.11: Secure-surfing 'amnesiac' live distro arrives

23 March 2023 @ 2:01 pm - The Register

A highly opinionated little live USB/DVD/VM image for the paranoid The latest version of TAILS has improved memory management, which means it should work a little better on memory-constrained computers. It's the go-to option for secure private internet access.…

Turing Award goes to Robert Metcalfe, co-inventor of the Ethernet

23 March 2023 @ 1:04 pm - The Register

A cool $1 million to a man who is not afraid to eat his own words, nor roll out his own cable Professor, engineer and namesake of Metcalfe's law Robert Metcalfe is the latest winner of the Turing Award for an invention he made back in the 1970s: the Ethernet.…

Deforesting To Save The Planet? Europe’s Forests Shrinking as Wood Used For “Green” Energy

23 March 2023 @ 1:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

In the United Kingdom, the former Drax coal-fired power plant burns significant amounts of wood.

Microsoft admits Azure Resource Manager failed after code change

23 March 2023 @ 12:03 pm - The Register

Just lucky Western Europe was asleep when it happened Any insomniacs, workaholics or those pulling an all-nighter related to a past deadline project may have noted a four-and-a-half hour failure of Azure Resource Manager in Europe this morning following a recent code change.…

Covid’s Third Birthday – A Retrospective Weekend

23 March 2023 @ 12:00 pm - OffGuardian

Catte Black Recently, prominent “anti-vaxxer” Michael Yeadon publicly stated he does not believe there was ever a new disease called “covid”. This should not be regarded as a controversial position, and the fact that it is seen as such only illustrates the amount of confusion and bewilderment that most people still suffer when it comes …

Interview Jesse Zurawell: SVB Collapse – March 23rd

23 March 2023 @ 11:19 am - Iain Davis

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First-known interstellar Solar System visitor 'Oumuamua a comet in disguise – research

23 March 2023 @ 11:02 am - The Register

Strange appearance and behavior perplexed astronomers, led some folks to believe it was alien spaceship The cigar-shaped 'Oumuamua, the first interstellar object in recorded human history to whizz through the Solar System, is a comet after all, a pair of astronomers declared in research published in Nature on Wednesday.…

Croquet for Unity: Live, network-transparent 3D gaming... but it's so much more

23 March 2023 @ 10:02 am - The Register

This is that rare announcement that's far more significant than it sounds Updated  Which of these appeals more: a new, free, Javascript framework for writing network-enabled 3D games, complete with integrated physics modelling and spatial audio… or, a complete, mature, dynamic programming platform that can implement the metaverse?…

Attackers hit Bitcoin ATMs to steal $1.5 million in crypto cash

23 March 2023 @ 9:02 am - The Register

Terminal maker General Bytes shutters its cloud business after second breach in seven months Unidentified miscreants have siphoned cryptocurrency valued at more than $1.5 million from Bitcoin ATMs by exploiting an unknown flaw in digicash delivery systems.…

Gas Station Bans Next on Climate Agenda: Colorado city BANS new gas stations due to ‘obligation’ to tackle ‘climate change’ – Follows California cities

23 March 2023 @ 9:00 am - Watts Up With That?

The proposal includes a spate of climate-oriented provisions intended to reduce Louisville’s emissions.

Bogus ChatGPT extension steals Facebook cookies

23 March 2023 @ 7:29 am - The Register

All aboard the chatbot hype train! Next stop: Fraud Google has removed a ChatGPT extension from the Chrome store that steals Facebook session cookies – but not before more than 9,000 users installed the account-compromising bot.…

B-List celebs including Lindsay Lohan fined after crypto shill probe

23 March 2023 @ 6:30 am - The Register

Didn't disclose payments as mastermind pumped up value of tokens with fake trades Eight very B-list celebrities have agreed to cough up fines after being accused of shilling a cryptocurrency without disclosing they were paid to do so, while the chap who apparently paid them has been charged with fraud.…

Japanese outfit's private Moon mission enters Lunar orbit

23 March 2023 @ 5:31 am - The Register

Now all it has to do is land The possibility of the world's first successful privately funded and operated Moon landing is looking a little more likely after Japanese aerospace outfit ispace announced its Hakuto-R lander successfully completed a lunar orbit insertion maneuver on Tuesday.…

Koonin wins in Cornell Oxford Style Debate

23 March 2023 @ 5:00 am - Watts Up With That?

By Andy May Steve Koonin is still undefeated! The Steamboat Institute hosted a Campus Liberty Tour Oxford style debate at Cornell University on Mar 15, 2023. Drs. Steven Koonin and…

India gives itself a mission to lead the 'Global South' into 6G era

23 March 2023 @ 3:59 am - The Register

Builds its own seat at the standards development table India's government has presented the nation with a challenge: to lead development and deployment of 6G, both within its borders and elsewhere.…

South Korea fines McDonald's for data leak from raw SMB share

23 March 2023 @ 2:29 am - The Register

British American Tobacco, Samsung, also burgered up their infosec South Korea's Personal Information Protection Commission has fined McDonald's, British American Tobacco, and Samsung for privacy breaches.…

Help Save the Planet:  Eat Lentils

23 March 2023 @ 1:00 am - Watts Up With That?

When it comes to combating climate change, the lentil may be the perfect legume. They’re also, as the caviar mention implies, delicious

We've got plenty of AI now but who asked for it? El Reg's vultures chime in

23 March 2023 @ 12:56 am - The Register

We each grab a mic and take apart the Bard stewards responsible for this hype Register Kettle  AI-powered chatbots are 2023's hot tech topic, although users report the results they produce are mixed. At best.…

Amazon to shutter Digital Photography Review

22 March 2023 @ 11:44 pm - The Register

Respected hands-on outlet tossed under the layoff bus Photography community website DPReview will shut down on April 10, 2023, in conjunction with layoffs announced by parent company in January.…

Cisco kindly reveals proof of concept attacks for flaws in rival Netgear's kit

22 March 2023 @ 10:57 pm - The Register

Maybe this is deserved given the problem's in a hidden telnet service Public proof-of-concept exploits have landed for bugs in Netgear Orbi routers – including one critical command execution vulnerability. …

Journalist hurt by exploding USB bomb drive

22 March 2023 @ 10:09 pm - The Register

Now that's a flash bang Police in Ecuador are investigating attacks on media organizations across the country after a journalist was injured by an exploding USB flash drive.…

CBC: “Misinformation Can Have a Very Strong Impact” on Support for Cutting Emissions

22 March 2023 @ 9:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

"... Its all about planting little seeds of doubt" - CBC climate reporter Jaela Bernstien lamenting Twitter is not as enthusiastic as China's TikTok at censoring climate skeptics.

Microsoft freaks out users with Windows 11 warning: 'LSA protection is off'

22 March 2023 @ 8:28 pm - The Register

Alerts telling folks their 'device may be vulnerable' triggered by KB5007651 A recent security update to Windows 11 has put the scare on some users by warning that Microsoft's Local Security Authority (LSA) feature is turned off and their system is vulnerable to attack.…

If scammers use your AI code to rip off victims, the FTC may want a word

22 March 2023 @ 8:27 pm - The Register

A good watchdog does blame the tools, or something like that America's Federal Trade Commission has warned it may crack down on companies that not only use generative AI tools to scam folks, but also those making the software in the first place, even if those applications were not created with that fraud in mind. …

Aerospike targets Java Spring devs with support for the popular framework

22 March 2023 @ 7:16 pm - The Register

Database shortcuts built in popular environment in hopes of scoring devs who want an easy life Distributed NoSQL database Aerospike has boosted functionality and engineering support for its real-time database within the popular Java development environment Spring Framework.…

Space dust that regularly hits Earth could contain proof of alien life

22 March 2023 @ 6:30 pm - The Register

JWST? Whatever, I found ET in my dustpan If we want to find evidence for alien life we don't need to keep looking for chemicals in exoplanet atmospheres or distant radio signals, says a Japanese astronomer. Instead, we should be studying the thousands of micrometer-sized bits of interstellar dust that hit Earth every year.…

Europe's right-to-repair law asks hardware makers for fixes for up to 10 years

22 March 2023 @ 5:36 pm - The Register

Smartphones and tablets would also be added to the EU's list of devices that must be repairable under new rule The European Commission has adopted a new set of right to repair rules that, among other things, will add electronic devices like smartphones and tablets to a list of goods that must be built with repairability in mind.…

A Requiem for Blueberries

22 March 2023 @ 5:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

There is not much of the United States that is south of the I10 left to grow blueberries in.

Watchdog: Broadcom buy of VMware may be bad for competition

22 March 2023 @ 4:27 pm - The Register

Server price hikes, rival hardware makers locked out ... haven't we been warning that for a while? Britain’s competition watchdog fears Broadcom’s proposed $61 billion purchase of VMware may lead to higher prices for servers and damage potential innovation.…

IT depts struggle with skills shortages despite Big Tech layoffs

22 March 2023 @ 3:30 pm - The Register

You'd think there'd be more techies on the market, but many cuts were in business areas While the tech sector job losses ticker has clocked up a global body count of 150,000 so far for 2023, those looking to hire IT staff are not out of the woods yet, according to Gartner.…

GitHub Copilot learns new tricks, adopts this year's model

22 March 2023 @ 2:00 pm - The Register

Armed with GPT-4, Microsoft's AI 'pair programmer' can tag pull requests, parrot documentation, talk about code Microsoft GitHub has trained its Copilot programming model to perform new tasks, making the already widely adopted AI assistant all the more unavoidable for developers.…

Boffins develop AI model for designing proteins to make synthetic blood plasma

22 March 2023 @ 1:27 pm - The Register

And it's not the only hybrid synthetic biomaterial scientists are targeting Scientists are using AI algorithms to design new materials, including synthetic proteins to make fake blood plasma and biological liquids found inside of cells.…

World Energy Data Confirms Fossil Fuels Will Dominate Future Global Energy Use

22 March 2023 @ 1:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

The OECD nations cannot stop this from happening and despite their nefarious efforts otherwise cannot conceal this global energy growth and fuel use (as well as emissions growth) reality.

It’s the trust in the authority, stupid!

22 March 2023 @ 10:00 am - OffGuardian

Iain Davis The world is apparently descending into chaos. With events such as the recent collapse of SVB bank adding to the problems allegedly caused by the pseudopandemic and the war in Ukraine, it is easy to feel overwhelmed. Only a few years ago it was widely recognised that, by nearly every measure, global life outcomes were all improving. …

Claim: Climate Skeptics Have Long Intimidated Scientists from Full Disclosure

22 March 2023 @ 9:00 am - Watts Up With That?

All the muted climate claims of previous years apparently represent climate scientists holding back for fear of intimidation.

Atmospheric water vapor (TPW) and climate change

22 March 2023 @ 5:00 am - Watts Up With That?

By Andy May In the latest IPCC major report, AR6, they report: “a best estimate of equilibrium climate sensitivity of 3°C, with a very likely range of 2°C to 5°C”.[1]…

AUDIO: Catte Black on Perspective with Jesse Zurawell

21 March 2023 @ 3:00 pm - OffGuardian

OffG’s founding editor Catte Black appears on Perspective with Jesse Zurawell to talk, covid, Ukraine and evolving nature of the grand narrative. TNT Radio is a 24/7 internet radio station, available here. You can also listen to back-episodes of Perspective here and follow host Jesse Zurawell on Telegram here.

19 Memes to get you through the Day – Part 31

20 March 2023 @ 10:00 pm - OffGuardian

…and we’re back. We know you missed this, even if you hated the memes before, you felt the lack. To quote the prophet Mitchell, you don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone. We’ve got bank collapses, war and political arrests to cover. IT’s all funny stuff. Let’s start with SVB, shall we? The internet …

This Week in the New Normal #58

20 March 2023 @ 12:00 pm - OffGuardian

Our successor to This Week in the Guardian, This Week in the New Normal is our weekly chart of the progress of autocracy, authoritarianism and economic restructuring around the world. 1. Iraq War: 20 Years On Sunday marked 20 years since the first bombs were dropped on Baghdad, signalling the start of the UK/US invasion …

WATCH: Decentralized Communication – #SolutionsWatch

19 March 2023 @ 9:00 pm - OffGuardian

As the internet clampdown begins, people are finally beginning to wake up to the need to find alternative communication platforms. But if the masses are just herded from one centralized platform to another, has anything really changed at all? Join James Corbett for the latest important edition of #SolutionsWatch where he examines some of the …

The Pentagon’s B-Movie: Looking Closely at the September 2001 Attacks

19 March 2023 @ 8:00 am - OffGuardian

Edward Curtin This new book by Graeme MacQueen (click here for a free e-copy) contains a collection of his articles and essays on the attacks of September 11, 2001, the subsequent anthrax attacks, and analyses of other false flag operations.  They are profoundly important and shatter the official versions of those events. No one reading this …

Interview on Locked and Loaded with Rick Munn

15 March 2023 @ 8:13 am - Iain Davis

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The MSM Never Was Objective—and It Never Questioned Power, Either

18 February 2023 @ 12:03 pm - Iain Davis

In his excellent exposé of the recent decision by the Knight-Cronkite News Lab (KCNL) to advocate journalism that

Interview Paul Hellier from Fair Food Forager – Part 2

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