Category Archives: government news

This Is How NASA Is Protecting The World Against Armageddon

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If the human race doesn’t manage to successfully destroy itself without help, don’t worry because our fragile planet is constantly being swarmed by giant fireballs which could wipe us all the face of the earth in a second anyway. But if devastating armageddon isn’t quite what you had in mind… Read more »

10 Modern Day Wonders Of The Green Energy World

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Nowadays, incredible design isn’t about the most striking architecture or unusual materials. The boldest and best new structures need to have far more than that going for them. The biggest draw? How sustainable, unconventional and educational they can be.  We all know the planet doesn’t have infinite resources, and we… Read more »

Major Cyberattack Hits Post Office And TalkTalk Routers

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Post Office and TalkTalk broadband customers have had their internet access cut after the companies were hit by the same cyber attack. The two ISPs are the latest victims of a particular type of malware targeting equipment powered by Linux. It uses a modified form of the Mirai worm, which… Read more »

Diesel Usage to Grow over the next 25 Years

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After many false starts, electric car sales are finally pulling out into the fast lane. The global fleet doubled to 1.3 million last year, battery costs are falling, and mainstream manufacturers now scrambling to introduce new models. This good news comes not a moment too soon. But it is important… Read more »

Parliament Must Debate The Investigatory Powers Bill Again

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On Saturday, a grassroots petition asking for the Investigatory Powers Bill to be repealed reached over 100,000 signatures on Parliament’s petition site. This means it will be considered for debate. This is fantastic news. It followed a week of press coverage warning how everyone’s website history would be recorded for… Read more »

Two In Three Internet Users Live Under State Censorship

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Internet freedom has fallen for the sixth year running after governments ramped up efforts to censor messaging apps, according to a damning report. Freedom House research reveals that two in three internet users now live in countries where criticisms of the state are routinely censored.  WhatsApp faced more restrictions than… Read more »

Super Brain, Super Genes And Alzheimer’s – Dr. Rudy Tanzi Interview (Part One)

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I had the pleasure of talking to Rudolph E. Tanzi, PhD (Dr. Rudy Tanzi) with respect to rewiring and developing the human brain and the process of creating super genes. We also talked about the benefits of practising meditation and his work in discovering a cure for Alzheimer’s and prevention… Read more »

How Diversity Leads To Innovation; A Cognitive Perspective

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We are living in the human era, where we are witnessing incredible technological advancements as well as expanding ourselves cognitively. This mental and technological advancements will allow us to start solving highly sophisticated problems like complex diseases, overpopulation, climate change, racism, and social inequality. Most companies have realised that in… Read more »

Why Online Piracy Should Be A Topic For The Classroom

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As somebody who has worked in the film industry, and failed in the music industry, I’ve always felt sympathy towards modern creatives contending with the digital age. I came from the tail end of what you could call the “traditional market” and still have a firm attachment to physical products,… Read more »

The Future Of The Brexit Digital Market

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In a welcome twist of events, the May government adopted Labour Party policy this week. Described as more “Balls than Osborne”, Chancellor Philip Hammond announced that Conservative economic policy = fiscal discipline + investment for growth. Whilst this positively Keynesian economic approach is welcome, two things need to happen. Firstly,… Read more »

The NHS For The Amazon Age

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When talking about the health service, it is often more prudent to use the language of theology rather than policy. Phrases such as “hands off our NHS” and “the NHS saved my life” are common place and demonstrate the reverence the British people have for it, and the personal ownership… Read more »

Info321.com Business News Site Launches Today!

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BELFAST – A new business news website has launched in order to bridge the gap between local and global audiences. Perissos Group, a Northern Ireland based publishing and marketing firm, announced the launch of Info321.com, a business news site to cover commerce and topical news for both local and global… Read more »