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Heirloom seed proponents now labeled 'agri-terrorists' by government

8/4/2014 9:19:53 AM - Increasingly, when Americans "dare" to color outside the lines of government food regulation, those who seek to rule us label them extremists and, now, even "agri-terrorists." As noted by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper, officials in more than one state have turned into food Nazis: It looks...

Mom illegally kicked out of library for breastfeeding in public

6/23/2012 - Hadley Barrows was recently kicked out of the Minneapolis Central Public Library for discreetly breastfeeding her baby on a bench in an atrium area of the library. Minnesota law allows mothers to nurse their babies in public and private areas. But the security guard told Hadley she was exhibiting...

Health Ranger's Health Research Library Grows to 1200 Books; New Books Welcomed from Authors, Publishers

2/3/2009 - Over the last 18 months, I've been working hard on building a private research library of natural health books, and it has now become an essential research tool for stories that you'll see published here on NaturalNews. The first story using this technology was published yesterday ( What's...

Google to scan millions of books from University of California libraries

8/9/2006 - The University of California has agreed to work with the controversial Google Books Library Project, as well as continuing to work with the Open Content Alliance (OCA), led by Yahoo, Microsoft and the not-for-profit Internet Archive. Since last year, Google has been scanning, digitizing, and making...

Google library project named as one of ten most important emerging technologies for humanity by futurist Mike Adams

12/17/2004 - The Google library project -- an ambitious effort to digitize hundreds of thousands of texts from prestigious libraries -- has been named the single most important emerging technology for humanity by futurist Mike Adams in his free downloadable ebook, "The Ten Most Important Emerging Technologies For...

Robots being developed to retrieve library books

7/22/2004 - In the future, you may be able to walk right up to your local library robot and tell it what book you want. It will shuffle off, locate the book, lift it off the shelf, and bring it back to you. That's the dream of robot engineers in Spain who are working on developing robots that retrieve books from...

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