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Posted on: Mar 26 17:52

In the wake of James O'Keefe's ouster from Project Veritas, and the subsequent launch of his O'Keefe Media Group, the liberal media released a predictable barrage of hit pieces on him masquerading as journalism. Perhaps they delight in recounting the accusations against O'Keefe out of a desire to even the score he ran up on them for years.

O'Keefe is accused of, among other things, excessive spending, underhanded tactics, demeaning his staff, and, one might assume, kicking puppies. What these articles fail to mention is that James O'Keefe got results. In fact, it is no coincidence that this controversy effectively killed his most impactful investigation ever, exposing what appears to be gross malfeasance at Pfizer, one of the biggest and most powerful multinational companies in the world.

Posted on: Mar 26 16:18

Half of college students are likely already using ChatGPT to cheat, experts have estimated.

They warn the revolutionary AI has created a cheating epidemic that poses a huge threat to the integrity of academia.

Rehan Haque, of artificial intelligence company Metatalent.ai, said: 'We're already at the point where AI can write entire projects, and then a different AI tool can reword it to make AI undetectable.

'At present, well over half of students are likely using AI tools to cheat the education system in exams or essays, but it wouldn’t surprise me if that number were already higher.'

He added: 'If educators make the mistake of ignoring the threat of AI-based cheating, I can honestly see more than 90 percent of students cheating in this way [in future].'

Posted on: Mar 26 15:51

Countryfile presenter Joe Crowley visited a laboratory in Aberystwyth, Wales, to learn about an ongoing edible insect project on Sunday's show. However, viewers did not seem keen on the idea of eating creepy crawlies, with many blasting the BBC for "pushing the edible insect idea" on the beloved programme.

Posted on: Mar 26 15:19

Rates of the itchy, inflammatory skin condition have been on the rise since the 1970s. NIH researchers found specific chemicals prevalent in eczema "hot spots.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 26 14:26

The researchers tested 17 popular devices that run the voice assistants and found that they're all ownable using any voice, even robot-generated, except for Apple Siri, which requires emulating or stealing the target's voice to accept commands. Hence, if you can authenticate on your smart device using your vocal fingerprint, it is recommended that you activate this additional security method.

Chen also advised that users monitor their devices closely for microphone activations, which have dedicated on-screen indicators on iOS and Android smartphones. Finally, using earphones instead of speakers to listen to something or broadcast sound effectively protects against NUIT or similar attacks.

Posted on: Mar 26 14:00

ROLLING FORK, Miss. – The South was bracing for another wall of severe weather Sunday, two days after violent tornadoes smashed across the Mississippi Delta region, gutting rural towns and leaving more than two dozen people dea

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 26 13:49

 Mangbetu people live in Central Africa, in northeastern Congo. Their elongated heads gave them a distinctive look. At birth the heads of babies’ were tightly wrapped with cloth in order to give their heads the elongated look. Deformation usually starts just a month after birth for the next couple of years, until the desired shape has been reached or the child rejects the apparatus.

The custom of skull elongation, called Lipombo by the natives, was a status symbol among the Mangbetu ruling classes, it denoted majesty, beauty, power and higher intelligence.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 26 13:45


Potential 2024 presidential candidate Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) details his opposition to any form of central bank digital currency, calling it "Big Brother's Digital Dollar."

Posted on: Mar 26 13:26

The World Athletics ban on transgender women from competing in women’s sports has “set the benchmark” for common sense, according to Sky News host Cory Bernardi. “World Athletics has set the benchmark for common sense while we, as a nation, are lagging behind,” Mr Bernardi said. “The brave women who have dared to raise their voice about the unfairness of men invading women’s sports and spaces have been attacked, they’ve been abused, and they’ve been cancelled.”

Posted on: Mar 26 13:12

Brigitte Ann-Marie Bardot has been so many things in her lifetime. A sex symbol, a fashion icon, and eventually an animal rights activist. The French actress, singer, and model often referred to by her initials, B.B., shocked the world when she walked away from her career at just 39-years old.This early retirement may have been prompted by her exhaustion and a desire to focus on animal rights but it also immortalized her former image. Her onscreen presence is now encased in amber, a separate lifetime from the one in which she exists now.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 26 11:30

I’m not alone in believing that myself at the beginning of the ‘pandemic’, but over time I’ve seen sufficient evidence to cast strong doubt on that idea. Additionally, when considered as part of a global coup d’état, I have put myself in the position of the most senior, hidden perpetrators. In a Q&A, they would learn that the effect of a released novel pathogen couldn’t be predicted accurately. It might burn out rapidly. Or it might turn out to be quite a lot more lethal than they’d expected, demolishing advanced civilisations. Those top decision-makers would, I submit, conclude that this natural risk is intolerable to them.

Posted on: Mar 26 09:54

It could be argued that the basic arithmetic showing wind power is an economic and societal disaster in the making should be clear to a bright primary school child. Now the Oxford University mathematician and physicist, researcher at CERN and Fellow of Keble College, Emeritus Professor Wade Allison has done the sums. The U.K. is facing the likelihood of a failure in the electricity supply, he concludes. “Wind power fails on every count,” he says, adding that governments are ignoring “overwhelming evidence” of the inadequacies of wind power, “and resorting to bluster rather than reasoned analysis”.

Professor Allison’s dire warnings are contained in a short paper recently published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation. He notes that the energy provided by the Sun is “extremely weak”, which is why it was unable to provide the energy to sustain even a small global population before the Industrial Revolution with an acceptable standard of living. A similar point was made recently in more dramatic fashion by the nuclear physicist Dr. Wallace Manheimer. He argued that the infrastructure around wind and solar will not only fail, “but will cost trillions, trash large portions of the environment and be entirely unnecessary”.

Posted on: Mar 26 08:09

Telecoms giant BT is set to quietly restart its controversial digital home phone rollout, which could leave customers unable to call emergency services if there is a power cut, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

BT's so-called 'digital voice' project will see up to 29 million households switched over from traditional handsets to new digital ones which are plugged into an electricity supply and need a broadband connection.

That means if there is a power cut, the phone line also stops working, leaving households unable to call '999' emergency services on their landline.

Those wearing health pendants at home may find their device does not work if it is connected to a landline phone while fire and burglar alarm systems linked to emergency service phone lines may also stop working.

Digital phones must be plugged into an electricity supply, adding to household bills.

Posted on: Mar 26 07:59

 Jonathan Majors has been arrested in New York after an alleged domestic violence altercation with a 30-year-old woman.

The NYPD confirmed to USA TODAY in a statement that the “Creed III” and “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” star was taken into custody after officers received a 911 call from a woman who said she had been assaulted. The woman was taken to the hospital, and Majors, 33, was charged with strangulation, assault and harassment.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 26 07:52