Comcast Accused Of Setting Precedent To Scrap Net Neutrality

October 23, 2007

It has been confirmed that Comcast, the second largest ISP in the U.S., has been employing technology to block some some of its high-speed Internet users attempting to share files online, setting a precedent to overturn the established tradition of treating all internet traffic equally.

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Why I know weapons expert Dr David Kelly was murdered, by the MP who…

October 23, 2007

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As Blair was lapping up the grateful plaudits from the U.S. Congress on July 17, 2003, the man who had done more than almost any other individual on earth to contain the threat from WMD lay dead in the woods at Harrowdown Hill in Oxfordshire. clinically impossible for Dr Kelly to have died by his own hand and that both…

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10 May 2008: Pangea Day – Films Made By the World, For the World

October 18, 2007

Pangea is seeking films “that provoke, entertain and inspire.. Images are powerful to divide, but also to unite”

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Speak Now Or Forever Hold Your Peace. One.


Super Lasers. Binoculars that read Minds. Manipulating the human terrain

October 13, 2007

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The four key areas where the military is placing its bets: hypersonic vehicles, laser technology, using information technology and neuroscience to combine human and machine on the battlefield, and employing sociology and psychobiology to combat terrorism. A good (virtual) idea? Maybe, but maybe not. Have a look…

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Beautiful Image of French Nuclear Test Codename “Canopus” (PIC)

October 13, 2007

This shot was taken in 1968 by the French army in the Fangataufa atoll. Codenamed Canopus, it yielded 2600 kt. Although this picture, like many of the series, is a work of the French Army (as far as I know) this is an original scan from a hardcopy I possess, and processed to remove dust and scratches. A strange view on such paradise-like landscape

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The Plan to Beam Solar Power from Space

October 13, 2007

A futuristic scheme to collect solar energy on satellites and beam it to Earth has gained a large supporter in the US military. A report released yesterday by the National Security Space Office recommends that the US government sponsor projects to demonstrate solar-power-generating satellites and provide financial incentives for further private dev

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Car from the future, now

October 13, 2007

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Eco-friendly car with very cool design

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