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Angry mob throws Ukraine MP in rubbish bin

Screaming curses, a group of men outside of the Ukrainian parliament grabbed a deputy and threw him into a rubbish bin on Tuesday, September 16. Vitaly Zhuravsky, once a member of former President Viktor Yanukovich's Party of the Regions, authored a bill in January severely tightening restrictions on anti-government protesters. In the past, he authored a bill criminalising libel.

About Revolutions

The Merriam Webster's 2000 Collegiate Dictionary defines revolution as:

a: a sudden, radical, or complete change; b: a fundamental change in political organization; especially: the overthrow or renunciation of one government or ruler and the substitution of another by the governed; c: activity or movement designed to effect fundamental changes in the socioeconomic situation; d: a fundamental change in the way of thinking about or visualizing something: a change of paradigm <the Copernican revolution>; e: a changeover in use or preference especially in technology <the computer revolution> <the foreign car revolution>.

Revolution Now! examines, explores, discusses, plans, educates, and seeks to establish the frameworks and social foundations that lie at the heart of every revolution.

Without revolutions our world would not be what it is today. There is both Light and Dark, Good and Evil, Right and Wrong in this world, and the same may be said of each and every revolution that has ever taken place. There are no simple or universally correct solutions to modern problems facing the American people and the peoples of the world.

The 80% Factor

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/15/2014 - 19:00

By Brent Johnson

After managing an organization dedicated to truth and freedom, authoring three books, broadcasting for over a 20 years, and conducting more than 100 seminars, I have come to the general conclusion that four-fifths of the population are bovine or ovine (that’s cattle or sheep for the etymologically challenged). I call this conclusion The 80% Factor.

Security experts build inexpensive safecracker

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/15/2014 - 18:59

MELBOURNE, Australia (PNN) - October 14, 2014 - Thanks to a pair of Melbourne security researchers, the cost of opening safes just hit a new low. Using an arduino platform and 3-D printed parts, the pair has created a contraption that can open many combination locks, like those on ATMs and gun safes. The device costs just $150 in parts, but people shouldn’t throw out their safes just yet: it takes about four days to crack the lock.

Catalonia will seek alternatives to independence referendum

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/15/2014 - 18:57

MADRID, Spain (PNN) - October 13, 2014 - The leader of Spain's Catalonia region will call off a referendum on independence from Spain planned for Nov. 9 and look for alternative ways to consult Catalans, a key regional political party said on Monday.

With Anonabox you can anonymize everything you do online

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/15/2014 - 18:56

PRINCETON, New Jersey (PNN) - October 13, 2014 - No tool in existence protects your anonymity on the Web better than the software Tor, which encrypts Internet traffic and bounces it through random computers around the world. But for guarding anything other than Web browsing, Tor has required a mixture of finicky technical setup and software tweaks. Now routing all your traffic through Tor may be as simple as putting a portable hardware condom on your Ethernet cable.

Protesters carry firearms into Wal-Mart where cop murdered black man over toy gun

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/08/2014 - 19:26

BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (PNN) - October 6, 2014 - Gun enthusiasts openly carried firearms Sunday in to an Ohio Wal-Mart store where terrorist pig thug cops murdered a black man holding a toy rifle.

About 40 open-carry activists protested the Aug. 5 terrorist pig thug cop shooting of 22-year-old John Crawford III at the Beavercreek retailer after a grand jury declined last month to charge the terrorist pig thug cop who murdered him.

Hundreds of Bluetooth beacons secretly track New York City passersby

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/08/2014 - 19:23

NEW YORK (PNN) - October 6, 2014 - A company has installed beacons inside hundreds of downtown New York City pay phones that ping the smart phones and tablets of New Yorkers walking by. The beacons are able to gather information about the locations of passersby, the time they passed the beacon, and what websites they visit, among other information. The beacons exchange data over Bluetooth.

Oxygen absorbing material may allow us to breathe underwater

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/08/2014 - 19:20

ODENSE, Denmark (PNN) - October 4, 2014 - Using specially synthesized crystalline materials, scientists from the University of Southern Denmark have created a substance that is able to absorb and store oxygen in such high concentrations that just one bucketful is enough to remove all of the oxygen in a room. The substance is also able to release the stored oxygen in a controlled manner when it is needed, so just a few grains could replace the need for divers to carry bulky scuba tanks.

Commentary: What happens when all the cops in a town are removed?

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/08/2014 - 19:16

By Jeff Berwick

ACAPULCO, Mexico (PNN) - October 1, 2014 - It all started over a month ago, right here in Acapulco, Mexico, when I commented to a good friend, "Have you noticed how much better traffic has been lately?"

He responded, "Yes, traffic flow has been so much better, because the transit cops went on strike."

It turned out that was the case. The transit cops in Acapulco had gone on strike and all of a sudden many local residents were noticing how much better traffic, which can get in to gridlock levels during peak holiday periods, had become.

How Hong Kong protesters are communicating without the Internet

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/08/2014 - 19:12

CUPERTINO, Kalifornia (PNN) - October 1, 2014 - FireChat is a chatting app. After registering with a name - no email address or other personal identifiers required - you’re dropped into a fast-moving chatroom of “Everyone” using it in your country. The interesting aspect, however, is the “Nearby” option. Here, the app uses Apple’s Multipeer Connectivity framework, essentially a peer-to-peer feature that lets you share messages (and soon photos) with other app users nearby, regardless of whether you have an actual Wi-Fi or cellular connection.

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