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WOW! Young Teen Manages To Successfully Build NUCLEAR FUSION REACTOR In Home Laboratory

Jackson Oswalt, now 14, achieved the impossible: he built a nuclear fusion device in his home “laboratory” in Memphis, Tennessee at the age of 13-years-old. Unlike some other teens, Oswalt wasn’t interested in playing video games or spending time on social media. Instead, his passion was researching “nuclear-related” things that…

Office Of Inspector General Discovers New Hidden “Database Of Text Messages” On Mobile Devices Carried By Ex-FBI Agents Peter Strzok And Lisa Page…

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) recently released a public report from its Investigations Division titled ‘Procedural Reform Recommendation for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.’ In the report, the OIG explains how it had found FBI text messages that were “saved to a database” on mobile devices it had…

Creepy Hacker Speaks To Young Child Through Smart Baby Monitor In ‘Digital Home Invasion’

Source: Chicago Tribune Arjun and Jessica Sud routinely use a baby monitor to keep tabs on their 7-month-old’s bedroom. Last month, they heard something chilling through the monitor: A deep male voice was speaking to their child. “Immediately I barge into the room because I’m like, ‘Oh my God, maybe…

YouTube Considers Removing Dislike Button To Fight Back Against “Weaponized Dislike Mobs”

Apparently “dislike mobs” are a thing as popular video sharing platform YouTube is considering removing the dislike button after a number of recent clips from popular companies (including itself) got absolutely obliterated in the like/dislike ratio department. Here are some examples: YouTube Rewind 2018 (2.5 million likes & 15 million…

Avid Image Board User? Newly Discovered AI Script Might Be Tracking Your EVERY Move Online…

A malicious script associated with powerad.ai was just discovered on popular image boards 4chan and 4channel. The script reportedly records users’ device IDs, mines and processes data then matches those IDs to various personal accounts (e.g. Microsoft Live, Gmail, Amazon, etc). Advertisement: Lucky Shot USA Here’s a quick rundown: 4chan is…

STRANGE: Hacker Hijacks Earth-Orbiting Satellite To Broadcast Cryptic Messages

A cryptocurrency enthusiast somewhere in Eastern Europe was apparently able to hijack a satellite high up in the sky to broadcast a rambling series of messages written in a post-apocalyptic like style. Twitter user @notgrubles shared what he discovered while looking through “satellite API” data: Some interesting data I’ve received…