Among English-language tomes on American policy and the 'war on terror', including a book about electronic ballot tampering and two works by linguist and political philosopher Noam Chomsky, you'll find Bloodlines of the Illuminati and Conspirators’ Hierarchy: The Committee of 300.
Steve Weintz: The Art Of Future Warfare (AOFW) is a project sponsored by the Atlantic Council’s Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security. It’s based on the idea that writers, artists and game designers have a lot to offer policy wonks. So it’s launched a year-long effort to engage creatives with a series of challenges about the future of conflict.
A beautiful early example of visualizing the flow of history, Sebastian C. Adams’ Synchronological Chart of Universal History outlines the evolution of mankind from Adam and Eve to 1871, the year of its first edition.
A French company better known for designing aircraft systems announced Wednesday that, on May 29, it will release the world’s first commercially available, scientifically accurate, simulated 3-dimensional (3D) model of a whole, healthy heart.
You may have heard tales of the highwaymen who, long ago, roved the old British highways in search of gold and silver coins to steal. But, it turns out, that there was also another treasure they sought: wigs.
Students and geologists at Syracuse University just grilled steaks over lava. Part stunt, part educational demo for the school's Lava Project, this might be the fastest way to cook a T-bone: the four cuts immediately start sizzling once the liquid hot magma flows beneath them.
Mary Beth Griggs: Places where natural gas seeped out of the ground (called seeps) were once a source of wonder in the ancient world. It turns out that the locations of those places may still hold a lot of answers to environmental and economic questions.
Gunnar Garfors: One fatal crash per 2,925,000 flights. That means a 0.000034% risk. You have never been less likely to fly on a plane that will crash and experience fatalities. Safer than ever, but not guaranteed. Nothing is in life.
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