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Google and YouTube spark outrage by BANNING vital North Korean videos from their websites

Google and YouTube spark outrage by BANNING vital North Korean videos from their websites
Google and YouTube spark outrage by BANNING vital North Korean videos from their websites YouTube, and its parent company Google, made the decision to remove the channels which was met with anger from researchers desperate for a glimpse into the ultra-secretive nation. Nonproliferation expert Joshua Pollack took to Twitter to criticise the move. He said: “Basically, this hurts efforts to... Read More

Ex-President Carter: Give Trump credit on forcing immigration debate

Ex-President Carter: Give Trump credit on forcing immigration debate Former President Jimmy Carter on Wednesday expressed optimism that President Donald Trump might break a legislative logjam with his six-month deadline for Congress to address the immigration status of 800,000-plus U.S. residents who were brought to the country illegally as children. Carter told Emory University students that the “pressures and... Read More

With Designer Bacteria, Crops Could One Day Fertilize Themselves

With Designer Bacteria, Crops Could One Day Fertilize Themselves
With Designer Bacteria, Crops Could One Day Fertilize Themselves For the last 100 years, ever since German chemists Fritz Haber and Carl Bosch figured out how to pluck fertilizer out of thin air with brute-force chemistry, farmers have relied on an imperfect product to make their plants grow: fertilizer. Production of the stuff burns through 3 percent of the world’s... Read More

Bitcoin price update LIVE: Bitcoin slammed as ‘fraud’ – Price FALLS amid fears of bubble

Bitcoin price update LIVE: Bitcoin slammed as ‘fraud’ – Price FALLS amid fears of bubble
Bitcoin price update LIVE: Bitcoin slammed as ‘fraud’ – Price FALLS amid fears of bubble JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said he would fire anyone trading bitcoin because it was against their rules and ‘stupid’.  “It’s worse than tulip bulbs. It won’t end well. Someone is going to get killed,” he told a banking industry conference yesterday.  “Currencies have legal support.... Read More