Our world: A simulation within a simulation

Our world: A simulation within a simulation

  We are a computer simulation that has created a computer simulation of what things would be like if we were a computer simulation. That seems to be what these people are saying. There apparently is a belief that any good-sized civilization competent enough to do so would eventually create a simulated universe. Since the only logical place this thought could go to would be that this simulation would then create other simulations it is more likely than not that...
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So-Called ‘Dyson Spheres’ Key to Discovering Alien Life

So-Called ‘Dyson Spheres’ Key to Discovering Alien Life

The existence of a Dyson Sphere could be a dead giveaway of the presence of an extraterrestrial society.

For centuries civilization has looked to the skies in search of answers, in search of extraterrestrial life. It wasn’t until the sixties when Freeman Dyson, arguably one of the smartest men alive in the twentieth century, predicted that eventually all civilizations would outgrow their demand for energy and have to seek alternative energy sources. The Dyson Sphere was a theoretical concept for intercepting and collecting all of the energy that was creating by the sun. The ‘shells’ would orbit the...
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Hopi Prophecy: America Floods

Hopi Prophecy: America Floods

A Hopi Prophecy forecasts torrential rain and flooding for the United States.

It’s been hard to ignore the recent bizarre fluctuations in weather. Dangerous storms, flooding in countries that aren’t prone to flooding, and whole countries succumbing to drought. The Hopi Indians have predicted that America will flood, and we should be preparing for when that happens. So what is the Hopi prophecy and how does it affect you? The Hopi is a tribe of Native American Indians who have predicted that the sun is going to get so hot that the...
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Strange explosion at Camp Minden

Strange explosion at Camp Minden

Louisiana seems to be trying to corner the market on strange events. On the night of October 15, around 11:30PM the citizens of Minden, Louisiana and surrounding areas were shaken by what felt like an earthquake. There was a loud boom and a mushroom cloud estimated to be ¾ mile wide and 7,200 feet tall. The Webster Parish 911 call center was flooded with more than 300 hundred calls in less than an hour. The authorities admitted the possibility of...
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Scientists Suggest Looking for Alien Life Underneath Earth’s Icecaps

Scientists Suggest Looking for Alien Life Underneath Earth’s Icecaps

To find alien life, scientists think we should be looking underneath our oceans instead of outer space.

We know that the Americans, China and Russia are all spending billions of dollars on space exploration, but now questions are being raised about exploring the complexities of the world underneath us, deep under the sea. Captain Vladimir Prikhodko, the chairperson for a public research organization concerned with underwater studies has hinted at the possibility that there could be gigantic alien machines hidden under the icecaps. Instead of turning our attention up to the skies, we could be making a...
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Sinkhole Down in the Louisiana Bayou

Sinkhole Down in the Louisiana Bayou

Have you heard about the sinkhole in Louisiana? Yeah, neither have a whole lot of other people. For whatever reason there is no national news outlets reporting on what is going way down in the bayou. If you check CNN.com for Louisiana sinkhole that latest report they have on it is from August and the story is on two workers who had to be rescued from the sinkhole after the tree their boat was tied to sank into the murky...
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America Needs a New Voting System

America Needs a New Voting System

Long lines at polling stations all around the country have become the norm.

The American Electoral System has been ranked among the worst in the world by Russia’s Central Election Commission chief. The most prominent problem with the US electoral system is the lack of transparency, Vladimir Churov told the Rossiyskaya Gazeta. U.S. law permits international observers from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in only a few states. They have access to polls in states that include South Dakota, North Dakota, Missouri, District of Columbia, and New Mexico. U.S. Governors,...
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Jon Husted Changes Voting Rules, Moves To Throw Out Early Votes

Jon Husted Changes Voting Rules, Moves To Throw Out Early Votes

Jon Husted wants to throw out thousands of early votes after making a new voting rule that would retroactively disqualify early votes only days before the election.

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted (R) recently issued a directive that could nullify legal provisional ballots. Ohio is well known as the most discerning state for both of the presidential campaigns since many polls are showing that the race is extremely close, this could definitely effect the results of the entire presidential election. Husted’s directive was just issued on Friday, and it states the mandatory requirements in order to file a provisional ballot. One mandatory requirement is the completion...
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Every President (except one) Share The Same Ancestor

Every President (except one) Share The Same Ancestor

This twelve-year-old girl discovered that all U.S. presidents besides one are related to King John of England.

The majority of the United States presidents have something shocking in common. While all of them have held the coveted commander-in-chief title, it seems that every president other than one, both past and present, are cousins. This shocking and amazing discovery was found out by a twelve year old named BridgeAnne d’Avignon from Salinas, California. She spent time and research creating a family tree which connects 42 out of 43 presidents to one ancestor: King John of England. Most famously...
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Bloody Plastic

Bloody Plastic

As if the idea of Terminators isn’t scary enough we are now finding ways for them to self-heal. Nancy Sottos, an engineer at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has created a new plastic that “bleeds” when it is cut or cracks and then heals itself. The plastic is based on our own body’s ability to heal itself. Our bodies are laced with veins, capillaries and other fun stuff that deliver whatever is needed to the site of the injury...
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