As protesters continue to stand against the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota, facing off against heavily militarized police and their water cannons, rubber bullets, tear gas, and tasers, they have gained broad support. Celebrities and millions of social media users have raised awareness about the situation in North Dakota, and now, the “water protectors” have earned support from another group: veterans.

Read the Full Article: Source – Zero Hedge
Time For Truth: (Zero Hedge) – Hundreds Of Veterans Heading To Standing Rock To Defend DAPL Protesters From Police

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Work has begun at Chernobyl in Ukraine to move a giant shield over the site of the world’s worst nuclear accident.

The concrete and steel arch will eventually cover the remains of the reactor which lost its roof in a catastrophic explosion in 1986.

Read the Full Article: Source – BBC News
Time For Truth: (BBC News) – Chernobyl disaster: Giant shield begins move towards reactor

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The next invasion of the robots may be in the construction industry, when Hadrian X, a robot named after Roman emperor Hadrian (of Hadrian’s Wall fame), may soon laying bricks far faster and more cheaply than any human can.

Once commercially available, this amazing robot will be capable of laying approximately 1,000 bricks per hour, which means that it could build the entire shell of a building in just two days, rather than four to six weeks of hard labor needed for a human crew to complete the same task.

Read the Full Article: Source – Market Watch
Time For Truth: (Market Watch) – This home-building robot could put human construction crews out of business

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Peru’s environmental agency is investigating the deaths of some 10,000 frogs whose bodies have been found in a river in the south of the country.

A campaign group says pollution in the River Coata is to blame for the deaths.

Read the Full Article: Source – BBC News
Time For Truth: (BBC News) – Peru investigates death of 10,000 Titicaca water frogs

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School was in session for 350 junior high school students in a gritty, working-class section of Tijuana on a recent afternoon when shots rang out next door. By the time it was over, the assailants had fled and two people were dead: the owner of a small Clamato and car wash business, and a 17-year-old customer.

Read the Full Article: Source – LA Times
Time For Truth: (LA Times) – Killings rise anew in Tijuana, a city haunted by years of violence

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