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Dahr Jamail | Sixth Great Mass Extinction Event Begins; 2015 on Pace to Become Hottest Year on Record

December 27 2015

by: Dahr Jamail




At the end of May, a few friends and I opted to climb a couple of the larger volcanoes in Washington State. We started on Mount Adams, a 12,280-foot peak in the southern part of the state. We were able to drive to the Cold Springs Campground at 5,600 feet, where the climb would begin. This itself was an anomaly for late May, when the dirt road tended to still be covered with snowpack. But not this year, one in which Washington's Gov. Jay Inslee has already declared a statewide drought emergency, given this year's record-low snowpack.


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Death by Technology | The Environment

Eighty million U.S. jobs at risk from automation, central bank official says

December 27 2015

by: Paul Martin




Eighty million U.S. jobs are at risk from automation, a central bank official said Thursday. Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane, speaking at the Trades Union Congress in London, said 80 million U.S. and 15 million U.K. jobs are in danger of being taken over by robots. In October, the U.S. employed close to 143 million people outside the farm sector. Haldane added the jobs that are most at risk from automation tend to have the lowest wage. “In other words, technology could act like a regressive income tax on the unskilled. It could further widen income disparities,” he said. He did allow that, in past experience, technological advances end up boosting demand for new goods from new industries requiring new workers. “Yet the smarter machines become, the greater the likelihood that the space remaining for uniquely-human skills could shrink further,” Haldane said. He said what was previously unthinkable even a decade ago is now reality, like a driverless car.


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Nobel Prize-Winning Scientists Call For Action To ‘Minimize The Substantial Risks Of Climate Change’

December 27 2015

by: Natasha Geiling




Sixty years ago, Nobel laureates gathered on a tiny island in Western Europe and warned the world of the dangerous effects of nuclear weapons.

Last Friday, on the same island, 36 Nobel Prize winners took up another cause: climate change, which they said poses a “threat of comparable magnitude” to nuclear war.

“If left unchecked, our ever-increasing demand for food, water, and energy will eventually overwhelm the Earth’s ability to satisfy humanity’s needs, and will lead to wholesale human tragedy,” the Nobel laureates’ declaration reads. “Already, scientists who study Earth’s climate are observing the impact of human activity.”


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Death by Technology | The Environment

The Story of Your Enslavement

October 31 2015

by: Stefan Molyneux

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Common Sense | Deadly Politics | Decline and Collapse

Rise of the Machines: Robot Kills Man at Volkswagen Plant

October 31 2015

by: ParkAlert




Workers say they are overwhelmed by information and worn down by technology. However, almost 60 percent of U.S. employees say they would wear technology if it made them more productive. Check out this infographic that highlights our love-hate relationship with tech.


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AMERICA EXPOSED AGAIN - Be shocked at what we call war.

October 31 2015

by: Emd Time Events

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Deadly Politics | Death by Technology

Question Everything

October 31 2015

by Vj Vimana

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Common Sense | Deadly Politics


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