Mind Control and Its Effects

MIND CONTROL CHARACTERISTICS This is a very difficult article for me to write because it’s very complex and is a very important part of me trying to help the Department of Justice. As President Trump has stated, the Department of Justice has difficulties that need to be fixed and I would like to help. The second part of these articles is to make people aware and educated as to things that many Americans do not know. WHAT IS MIND CONTROL? This psychological illness is also known by many other names,…

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5 Reasons Why Mario Is So Popular

As far as video games are concerned, one of the most popular characters is known as Mario. Over the 30-year-career of Nintendo, it introduced more than a hundred games for many genres and systems and enjoyed great success. Given below are 5 reasons why Mario Bros runs circles around other games. Read on. Revolutionary style In the gaming world, Mario offers a refreshing change. In each game, Nintendo guides you to a new, exciting adventure. Most of the fresh Mario titles follow the same format set for Super Mario Bros.…

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Remembering Anthony Bourdain

If you’ve never read one of Anthony Bourdain’s books or watched one of his wonderful travel documentary shows, spend a few nights learning more about the world around us though his exciting journeys on this, June 25, #Bourdain Day. At the end of May, illustrious chefs Eric Ripert and José Andrés posted a call to action on chef Ripert’s Instagram page: @ericripert “IMPORTANT!! JUNE 25th – #BOURDAINDAY On this day we will celebrate the Life, Legacy & Birthday of our Dear Friend Anthony. Wherever you are & whoever you’re with,…

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Can Your Burger Really Save the Planet?

Choosing a veggie burger won’t stop climate disaster, but here’s why you should do it anyway. Burgers have recently become a main course on the menu of climate action. Whether it’s the Impossible Whopper, the promise of cell-based meat, or the debate over grass-fed beef, hamburgers—and how they’re made—are being served as a symbol of how we can disrupt and reduce one of our greatest impacts on the planet. But that doesn’t mean the solution is as simple as changing what’s on your grill. Agriculture is responsible for up to…

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Reuters: China hacked 8 major technology service providers

Reuters exclusive details years-long attack by China aimed at stealing commercial secrets from tech firms’ clients. Hackers working for China’s Ministry of State Security broke into networks of eight of the world’s biggest technology service providers in an effort to steal commercial secrets from their clients, according to sources familiar with the attacks. Reuters news agency reported on Wednesday extensive new details about the global hacking campaign, known as Cloud Hopper and attributed to China by the United States and its Western allies. A US indictment in December outlined an elaborate…

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San Francisco is the first US city to ban e-cigarettes

New law seeks to curb underage use of the popular cigarette alternative. San Francisco will become the first major city in the United States to ban the sale of e-cigarettes as officials look to control the rapid uptick in teenage use of nicotine devices made by companies such as Juul Labs Inc. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved the ordinance on Tuesday, banning the sale and distribution of e-cigarettes until they have approval from the US Food and Drug Administration. States and cities across the US have already moved…

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US senators: Social media giants let algorithms ‘run wild’

Lawmakers on tech subcommittee call for stronger rules on privacy and use of personal data for recommended content. A Senate panel in the United States Congress has questioned how major social media companies like Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc (the owner of Google) use algorithms and artificial intelligence to serve up new content to keep users engaged. The Senate Subcommittee on Communications, Technology and Innovation (which is overseen by the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation) heard on Tuesday from researchers who criticised the use of artificial intelligence to select content for users.…

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Photo of drowned father and daughter highlights migrants’ perils

The photo of Salvadoran father and daughter reveals the harrowing tales of migrants’ journey to reach US for asylum. The man and his 23-month-old daughter lay face down in shallow water along the bank of the Rio Grande, his black shirt hiked up to his chest with the girl tucked inside. Her arm was draped around his neck suggesting she clung to him in her final moments. The searing photograph of the sad discovery of their bodies on Monday, captured by journalist Julia Le Duc and published by Mexican newspaper…

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