Human Composting Could Soon Be Legal In Colorado

The Colorado legislature has passed a bill legalizing the composting of human remains as an after-death alternative to burial and cremation, which is more environmentally friendly than the traditional processes. What do you think? — Read on

‘High Likelihood’ of War with China, Says Top Australian General in Leaked Briefing

Communist China had focused on ‘political warfare’ enabling it to be ‘achieving strategic affects without going kinetic,’ he says. — Read on

Dead Sea Scroll fragments with biblical text discovered by Israeli archaeologists

Whether they’re being saved, stolen or both, the tiny, two-millennia-old pieces of parchment and some much older artifacts found with them remain highly relatable even today. — Read on

5 things you need to know now – North Korea warns U.S. faces ‘grave situation’ after Biden calls country a threat

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day’s breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. — Read on

Sperm Counts Are on the Decline. Is the Human Race in Danger? | Discover Magazine

There’s a lot the “sperm crisis” can tell us about men’s reproductive health. — Read on

“The Social Contract Is Broken”: Why Millennials Who Lack Rich Parents Feel Increasingly Hopeless

“Whenever anything bad happens I have no doubt that, because we lack political and economic clout, we will be left holding the bag.” — Read on

How Costco Is Masking A 14% Price Jump With Shrinkflation

The stealthy decline of 20 sheets per roll of towels from 160 to 140 for the “same price” is the functional equivalent of 14.3% inflation. — Read on

CNN Poll Finds 70% Of Republicans Don’t Think Biden Legitimately Won Election

Clear majority of Republicans don’t buy the narrative that Joe Biden fairly won the 2020 with 81 million votes. — Read on

Female teacher, 23, charged with rape and sodomy ‘after having sex with boy student, 15, during summer break’

KENDALL Burk, 23, romped with the student multiple times over the summer break, police in Kentucky say. The Grant County High School biology teacher was arrested on Wednesday after a student reported the sordid allegations to staff. — Read on

Biden Faces Legal, Political Complications in Mandating Coronavirus Vaccine for Troops | National News | US News

The authority to require troops to take an emergency use vaccine has rarely been tested and is politically risky, though the White House is positioning itself to try. — Read on

Bitcoin Hitting $100,000 Doesn’t Matter. Many People Have Missed the Point. | by Tim Denning

I own Bitcoin. I got involved early on. People either love me or hate me for this somewhat crazy technological choice. They sometimes write misinformed articles about my belief in the future of… — Read on

Female rapists leave teacher for dead

A 39-year-old Macheke man is admitted at Wedza Hospital after three suspected female rapists allegedly took turns to sexually abuse him. By Jairos Saunyama Police are trying to track down the suspects who were using a BMW with South African registration numbers. The complainant is said to be in a stable condition at the hospitalContinue reading “Female rapists leave teacher for dead”

Texas teen electrocuted after cell phone incident in bathtub

A 14-year-old girl from Lubbock died early Sunday morning after being electrocuted in a bathtub. Madison Coe’s mother and grandmother tell us she was in the bathtub, and either plugged her phone in or simply grabbed her phone that was already plugged in. It happened at her father’s house in Lovington, NM. Madison just graduated 8thContinue reading “Texas teen electrocuted after cell phone incident in bathtub”

Woman munches on random diner’s arm at steakhouse

What, the steak wasn’t good enough? A woman eating lunch at Peter Luger Steakhouse in Brooklyn took a bite out of another diner’s arm Sunday, cops said. The incident unfolded around 4:10 p.m. inside the South Williamsburg staple as stunned patrons were chowing down on its succulent cuts and famous sauce, according to police. AfterContinue reading “Woman munches on random diner’s arm at steakhouse”

DEATH BY VOLCANO Man, 38, ‘kills himself by jumping 250 feet into a Hawaii volcano crater after leaving a suicide note in the backpack he dumped nearby’

A MAN reportedly killed himself on Kilauea volcano in Hawaii after he left a suicide note in his dumped backpack. Leo Adonis, who was born Gregory Michael Ure, was found in a crater on the volcano in Hawaii National Park – about 250 feet below a walking trail used by the public. Adonis’ father saidContinue reading “DEATH BY VOLCANO Man, 38, ‘kills himself by jumping 250 feet into a Hawaii volcano crater after leaving a suicide note in the backpack he dumped nearby’”

US military reveals $65m funding for ‘Matrix’ projects to plug human brains directly into a computer

The US military has revealed $65 of funding for a programme to develop a ‘brain chip’ allowing humans to simply plug into a computer. They say the system could give soldiers supersenses and even help treat people with blindness, paralysis and speech disorders The goal is ‘developing an implantable system able to provide precision communicationContinue reading “US military reveals $65m funding for ‘Matrix’ projects to plug human brains directly into a computer”

Working Past 70: Americans Can’t Seem to Retire

U.S. seniors are employed at the highest rates in 55 years. By Ben Steverman July 10, 2017, 1:00 AM PDT The Biggest Retirement Mistake People Make More and more Americans are spending their golden years on the job. Almost 19 percent of people 65 or older were working at least part-time in the second quarter of 2017, accordingContinue reading “Working Past 70: Americans Can’t Seem to Retire”