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Bizarre human sacrifice ritual filmed at CERN laboratory

Bizarre human sacrifice ritual filmed at CERN laboratory

A human sacrifice ritual has been caught on camera on a campus owned by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). The bizarre mock human sacrifice shows individuals in black cloaks gathering in a main square at Europe’s top physics lab, in what appears to be an occult ceremony. During the strange proceedings, the participants stage a re-enactment of a[Read More...]

Paul Ceglia, 43

Facebook ‘co-founder’ on the run after alleging CIA plot to kill him

One of the co-founders of Facebook is on the run after going public with claims that the CIA were involved with the creation of the social media site. Paul Ceglia, 43, disappeared while under house arrest and claimed that the CIA have tried to kill him. He went on the run with his wife Lasia, two teen sons and their[Read More...]

Intelligence chiefs warn smartphones, fridges and TVs threaten user privacy

Intelligence chiefs warn smartphones, fridges and TVs threaten user privacy

Smart TVs, phones and other internet of things (IoT) devices are used to track and spy on people, according to intelligence chiefs. James Clapper, US director of national intelligence in the US has warned that security services may target IoT devices like smart TVs in order to spy on people. During a US Senate committee hearing on Tuesday, Clapper acknowledged[Read More...]

Scientists given permission to create GM babies

Scientists given permission to create GM babies

Scientists have been given the go-ahead to create genetically modified humans, it has been revealed. The fertility regulator known as the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) have allowed scientists to create a DNA-altering technique in embryos. As a result, researchers at the Francis Crick Institute in London will conduct further experiments into creating genetically modifying people. The only thing[Read More...]

Coffee shops, libraries and retailers to monitor customer internet records

Coffee shops, libraries and retailers to monitor customer internet records

Earlier we revealed how bosses are slowly getting more powers to monitor an employee’s emails if it is sent during work hours. However, firms are not the only ones who can monitor our records. Under legislation dubbed ‘the snoopers charter’, cafes and coffee shops will have running Wi-Fi networks may have to store internet data. This could also include libraries[Read More...]