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Article inside Back in 2000, the CIA made 8 predictions on what life would be like in 2015

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| By Game Of Knicks - 4 hours ago

[IMG]Back in 2000, just before George W. Bush became president, the CIA published a 70-page report on what the world would be like in 2015.
We're now halfway through the year and it turns out that several of these predictions were on the money.

Here's a rundown of some of the predictions, according to a December 2000 story from The Telegraph.

"International affairs are increasingly determined by large and powerful organizations rather than governments." Verdict: True, such as the rise of the Islamic State. On the other hand, there is also a new cadre of actors that cross the line between private actors and the state such as the Chinese hackers suspected of stealing information about millions of U.S. government employees, and the possibly-not-North Korean hackers who took down Sony last year.

"Between now and 2015 terrorist tactics will become increasingly sophisticated and designed to achieve mass casualties." Verdict: Definitely true. Sadly, this prediction became true quickly, on September 11, 2001.

"Iraq and Iran [will] develop long range missiles in the near future. Iran … could be testing such weapons by as early as the coming year, and cruise missiles by 2004." Verdict: Both true and false. Iran is definitely working on an ICBM and was expected to test it in 2015. But international sanctions on Iran has brought it to the negotiation table and diplomats say they are close to a comprehensive deal.

"The world population will grow by more than one billion, to 7.2 billion." Verdict: True. The world population is now about 7.3 billion.

"Energy resources will be sufficient to meet demand." Verdict: Nailed it. U.S. oil production has soared in recent years, and the US is poised to become a major exporter of liquefied natural gas in the coming years, too.

"China's economy will grow to overtake Europe as the world's second largest but still behind the United States." Verdict: True-ish. By some measurements, China's economy is now larger than the US economy but by other measures, it is not quite as large as the EU.

"Europe will not achieve fully the dreams of parity with the US as a shaper of the global economic system." Verdict: Not quite true. The CIA report was very bullish on the European economy, which had been sluggish at the start of the year, but has recently picked up steam.

"Aids, famine, and continuing economic and political turmoil means that populations in many [African] countries will actually fall." Verdict: False. Africa's population rose from 800 million in 2000 to 1.1 billion in 2014.[/IMG]

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Some Redditor Put A Small Magnet In Their Finger.

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| By WhyEsElvrSurfer - 7 hours ago ations/csrfcik


[–]JackSylvane 520 points 16 hours ago
I have a magnet implanted on my fingertip. It wont fu*k up your cellphone or your credit cards.

[–]JustLurking999 176 points 16 hours ago
Wait, what?

[–]JackSylvane 249 points 16 hours ago
Someone cuts open your finger and then takes out some meat, then he puts a magnet inside and stitches the wound.

[–]AWorldInside 38 points 15 hours ago
What is the purpose of it? (I'm sorry if that sounds rude, I'm just curious.)

[–]JackSylvane 97 points 15 hours ago
Not rude at all. I use it to have a real sixth sense. I can feel invisible things, like the electricity going through a wire, or the waves a microwave emit, or the subway before you can see it. Its more like a shiitty superpower.

[–]Octavian_The_Ent 39 points 11 hours ago
Not OP but I also have a magnetic implant. I had the procedure done a little over a year ago. I would definitely recommend getting one! I got mine done for $200 and I'd say that's a small price for having an expanded awareness beyond what you can naturally have. It's absolutely fascinating to be able to sense the invisible electromagnetic waves that surround us all the time. We all learn about electromagnetism in school but for me at least, it was always an abstract intellectual concept, but actually being able to feel it makes it so much more physical and real.

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Video inside very common problem for african americans, hispanics, indians and asians around the world

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| By mr_underground - 7 hours ago

ive had this happen to me a lot in china

"which part of african are you from"

- "im american"

"no before you got to america, where were you born"


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scientist fails in trying to find men who have never watched porn

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One of the basic components of a scientific study is the control group. For a study about the effects of pornography on men's sexuality, the control group would be composed of men who haven't consumed porn. These men don't exist.

So this researcher at the Interdisciplinary Research Center on Family Violence and Violence Against Women in Montreal was trying to study "the impact of pornography on the sexuality of men, and how it shapes their perception of men and women." But they couldn't find any non-porn-addled guys to use as a control group. Said the researcher in a press release.

We started our research seeking men in their twenties who had never consumed pornography. We couldn't find any.

He did find some interesting things from interviewing 20 straight, porn-consuming men:

The research concluded that 90 percent of pornography is consumed on the Internet, while 10 percent comes from video stores. On average, single men watch pornography three times a week for 40 minutes. Those who are in committed relationships watch it on average 1.7 times a week for 20 minutes.

But still: Stop watching so much porn, guys. You're ruining science.

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The National Institute of Health's issue of the January 2009 Environmental Health Perspectives Journal included a story from the 1994 Northridge earthquake which had knocked out the power in Los Angeles. Apparently local emergency centers then had received numerous calls from anxious residents reporting a strange, giant, silvery cloud in the dark sky. What they were really seeing - for their very first time - was the Milky Way, so obliterated by the urban sky glow that it had become forgotten and had practically become an urban legend.

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Image inside Tenn. husband plans second wedding after wife loses memory in crash

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A doting Tennessee husband will give his wife the second wedding of her dreams after she nearly died in a car crash that wiped away every memory of the first one.

Jeremy Stamper, 21, said it tore him apart to see his wife Justice leaf through photos albums of their big day and watch their wedding video on repeat without recollecting any of it.

The high school sweethearts tied the knot last Aug. 1 in a beautiful ceremony that took two years to plan.

Justice got into a harrowing wreck 19 days later that left her with a concussion and no memory of ever getting hitched.

"About a month after the accident she finally told me. She said, 'I don't want you to be mad, but I do not remember the wedding,'" Jeremy Stamper said in a GoFundMe page he started.

"I was heartbroken and instantly said I would do it all again for her."

A driver slammed into the back of Justice's car while traveling over 50 mph while she was stopped and about to turn left on a side road, Jeremy said.

The bride forgot everything from five weeks before the wedding, including most of her memories of planning the ceremony, their honeymoon and every detail of the day they exchanged vows.

"She didn't even know we were married," Jeremy said. "She couldn't believe it. I promised her I would take care of her and now here we are."

The King University graduate kept his promise, working extra hours at his alma mater in a romantic gesture similar to the 2012 movie "The Vow," in which a husband pledges to win his wife's heart all over again after a car crash erased her memory of him.

Jeremy also raised nearly $6,000 online in one month. Soon after, a wedding photographer and a local DJ offered their services for free — and the entire Marion, Va., community where they grew up pitched in to fund the rest, WCYB reported.

"It means everything to me," Jeremy told the news station. "Now, whether her memory comes back or not, we will have that together."

The Stampers plan to get married again on Aug. 1, on the same day they first said 'I do' and at the same Virginia venue.

"Just seeing the look on his face when I walk down the aisle to him," Justice told WCYB. "I would do anything give anything to have that moment back." icle-1.2280473

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Image inside A Museum Let Street Artists Do Whatever They Want On Its Walls. Heres The Result

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| By mr_underground - 1 day ago

Street artists began painting on the walls of the Long Beach Museum of Art on June 26th of this year. The project, titled “Vitality and Verve: Transforming the Urban Landscape,” will feature a select group of artists that are either exploring urban art outside of the studio, or are thinking about taking up the studio instead of the street.

“Most of the works in this exhibition will be created on our gallery walls using both traditional and non-traditional art media ,” explains Ron Nelson, Executive Director of the Long Beach Museum of Art. “Once the exhibition ends, the walls will be repainted and prepared for the next exhibition. Therefore, it is important for art enthusiasts to see this amazing exhibition before it closes.”
The exhibit will run through September 27, 2015.

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Article inside New app: Switch, tinder for jobs

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Ever wish you could let a hiring manager know you’d be interested in a job without going through the hassle of drafting the perfect cover letter? Or, perhaps more importantly, without the chance of your current employer finding out that you’re looking?

Well, your wishes have pretty much been granted, thanks to new app Switch.

Much like Tinder, Switch allows you to quickly and easily browse through job postings—swipe right to like, swipe left to pass. Hiring managers do the same thing, browsing through candidates’ anonymized profiles and culling information about their professional backgrounds and credentials. Notifications are sent right to your phone whenever an interested employer likes your professional profile. And when there’s a match? You and the recruiter are placed in direct contact.

True to its tagline “Job discovery for people with jobs,” Switch’s anonymous platform allows you to be “on the market” without the nerve-wracking worry of current employers or clients finding out. Plus, it eliminates the need for an updated resume and that carefully worded, time-consuming cover letter, as it only pulls in details from your LinkedIn profile.

“I really liked the overall simplicity,” says Switch user Erick McCloe, who started in his new position as sales director at Madison Logic within three weeks of “liking” the post. “I was able to quickly and discreetly review several jobs in just a matter of minutes, which really gave me a good idea of what the local job market looked like. Madison Logic was my first ‘like,’ and here I am!”

McCloe’s colleague, Sal Gallo, agrees. “The best part of using Switch was knowing each company was interested based on your information, which drove conversations to ensure there was a good fit as opposed to trying to generate interest.”

The app makes things easy for hiring managers, too (read: they’re more likely to keep using it—and keep posting more awesome jobs). “I could recruit on my commute to work or during a few extra free minutes here and there,” explained Elle Achil, a hiring manager at Madison Logic. “It helped fill the pipeline of people who could work for the position now and for future openings. I was able to match with people while watching TV and connect with them the next day at work.”

Launched in June, Switch is currently working with New York-based technology and digital media companies, such as Crowdtap, Taboola, Dropbox, Wikipedia, MadisonLogic, Dstillery, and SoundCloud, and plans to expand to Washington, DC and San Francisco next.

More good news: The app is totally free. If you’re in the market for a new opportunity (or team member), give it a try.

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