Imagine this: your neighbor in the apartment next door is an extraterrestrial alien being from another star: “Is he Uri Geller, or something? You know, the TV magician back in the day. He said he came across a UFO and obtained superpowers. He bent spoons with his eyes.”
In another mind-bending, phone bending stunt, entertainer and mystifier Uri Geller, who was once sought out by the CIA for his unique skill set, accepted a challenge from U.K. International Business Times to bend a phone with his mind.
2014 marks the ten-year anniversary of STARstream Research / STARpod and the beginning of a new phase of futurism: exploring the influence of South Korean popular culture — called hallyu — in the Asia Pacific region and beyond.
South Korea sinks sexist North Korea propaganda machine with sexed-up K-Pop torpedo: “The Defense Ministry is apparently minded to use songs and music videos by manufactured girl bands … in so-called psychological warfare against North Korea.”
The dominant news story this week revolves around the extra-marital affair between former CIA Director David Petraeus and his biographer Paula Broadwell. The affair that cost the job of America’s top spy took on a new dimension with the revelation of the whistle-blower who initiated the chain of events, “shirtless” FBI agent Fredrick Humphries, following […]
America’s National Security Agency, the NSA, may have a secret weapon buried deep inside a black-budget program.
Some of the most interesting articles online about the games spies play.