Technology

New Suez Canal Path a Major Blunder
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New Suez Canal Path a Major Blunder

In what is set to be remembered as one of the biggest engineering blunders in history, Egypt’s Ministry of Canals and Waterworks admitted today that the new Suez Canal has probably been excavated “along a wrong path”. The project, earmarked at over 8 billion US Dollars, began two decades ago and was supposed to be dug on a parallel path...

Iran Suspected of Hacking into CIA Website and Planting Funny Computer Virus
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Iran Suspected of Hacking into CIA Website and Planting Funny Computer Virus

Cybercriminals from the Islamic Republic of Iran have allegedly stolen tens of thousands of documents related to the country’s nuclear weapons capabilities from the Central Intelligence Agency. Even more disturbing, the computer pirates wanted the United States to know that its security had been violated. According to a shadowy figure with a Charlie Chaplin-esque mustache and reported ties to Iran’s...

Islamic State Grabs ‘MILF’ Brand
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Islamic State Grabs ‘MILF’ Brand

Public Relations experts with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have expressed delight at the recent decision by the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) to hand over their weapons and enter a peace accord with the government of the Philippines. “This is just a great opportunity for us to rebrand as the Muslim Islamic Liberation Front. We’ve...

Radical Offshoot of Obama Administration Actively Building Centrifuges in Iran
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Radical Offshoot of Obama Administration Actively Building Centrifuges in Iran

While negotiations between the U.S. and Iran over the latter’s nuclear program near a key deadline, one radical splinter group of former Obama administration officials has taken matters into its own hands, sneaking into Iran to work on improving the country’s nuclear infrastructure. The group, which calls itself “Right to Enrich,” (RTE) broke off from the U.S. government after growing...

The Rise of ‘Tear Technology’
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The Rise of ‘Tear Technology’

Recently, scientists have recognized a stark decline of water in the Dead Sea. “This is a phenomenon that is irreversible!” said Israeli spokesperson Eyal Dudu. Previous attempts to refill this astounding landmark of nature have proven futile because the Dead Sea continues to reject all attempted water types, including seawater from the Mediterranean.  Scientist Edward Berg recently discovered that tears have a saline...

Israel Changes Stance From “Nuclear Ambiguity” to “Just Don’t Tell America”
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Israel Changes Stance From “Nuclear Ambiguity” to “Just Don’t Tell America”

The Israeli government has long pursued a stance of “nuclear ambiguity,” neither denying nor admitting to possessing stocks of nuclear weapons. However, recently the government has pretty much stopped caring, and is only not telling America about the weapons. According to the transcript of a conversation obtained by The Israeli Daily, India asked Israel:   “Soooo, do you guys really...

ISIL Invades World of Warcraft
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ISIL Invades World of Warcraft

World of Warcraft’s millions of players reacted with horror as a new force, ISIL, stormed across Azeroth with a force greater than any Horde. Within hours, ISIL had seized Stormwind City and was well on their way to taking all of the Southern reaches. Players described ISIL’s forces as without mercy. “My buddies and I were questing around the Swamp...

Instagram Closes Qatar’s Account Due to Deadly Boring Images
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Instagram Closes Qatar’s Account Due to Deadly Boring Images

The Photo-sharing service Instagram Wednesday deleted a page opened by the Qatar Tourism Authority in response to repeated complaints that its pictures were causing a loss of satisfaction, apathy, chronic fatigue and low physical energy. According to Instagram CEO Raven Moorhead: “We as a policy will not post any images that induce physical discomfort in our viewers. Sorry Qatar, but how many...

Drones Establish Autonomous Country in Northwest Pakistan
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Drones Establish Autonomous Country in Northwest Pakistan

The region of Waziristan, on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, has earned the appellation ‘Stan of Stans’ for being literally the worst place on this planet for humans to live. The Stanhabitants have endured several centuries of bloody warfare, occasionally interrupted by famine to keep everyone on their toes. Since 2004, the area has been the epicenter of America’s ‘Drone War’, with...

Iranian Leader: “Iran Needs Nuclear Weapons to Deter Ultron”
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Iranian Leader: “Iran Needs Nuclear Weapons to Deter Ultron”

Disarray descended in Switzerland following Ayatollah Khamenei’s surprise speech in which he insisted on Iran’s need for nuclear weapons to fight “that nose-less killer robot, Ultron.” The tearful supreme leader explained that he’d previously been unaware of the danger posed by the “mechanical murderer.” “Last night I walked in on my grandsons watching television. At first I thought it was...

Opening US airspace will lead to ‘rain of terrorists’
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Opening US airspace will lead to ‘rain of terrorists’

US airline bosses are warning that an open skies agreement allowing non-US airlines to operate domestically within the US is the biggest terrorist threat since 9/11. “You let non-US airlines to operate here and that means that you have to let the Middle Eastern ones in,” cautioned, aviation analyst Michael J Preston. “That means it’s going to be literally raining...

War to become a giant, unending game of Ping-Pong, as Israel transfers Iron Dome technology to Hamas
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War to become a giant, unending game of Ping-Pong, as Israel transfers Iron Dome technology to Hamas

A human being from the UN Human Rights Council has chastised Israel for not sharing its air defense system technology with Hamas. “Has war not always been the realm of fairness? Well, this is just unfair. What we witnessed last summer was the Israelis waging genocide against people that they force to live in tunnels. Though if we’re being honest, I’m not exactly sure what...

Israeli Tech Company Invents Something That Has Something To Do With Data and Social Networking Or Some Sort of Integration

Israeli Tech Company Invents Something That Has Something To Do With Data and Social Networking Or Some Sort of Integration

Israeli Tech Company, DigityzeMe, unveiled this week it’s new product expected to revolutionize something related to how people communicate or interact with people or machines online.   The platform, set for release at the beginning of the summer, will have something to do with enabling companies to do something with users data and somehow help customers create some sort of online...

Israel to Install ‘Applause-O-Meter’ in Gaza to Gauge Severity of Terror Attacks

Israel to Install ‘Applause-O-Meter’ in Gaza to Gauge Severity of Terror Attacks

Israel has announced plans to install the Applause-O-Meter in the neighboring Gaza Strip. “Immediately following attacks in Israel, the Gaza Strip always erupts in celebration,” we were told by the IDF officer behind the project, Avner Benrimon. “There’s singing, dancing, clapping, treats, and general merriment. I just had the idea to take advantage of these activities.” The idea is to gain...

Iron Dome Selfies “not a good idea”
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Iron Dome Selfies “not a good idea”

A startling new report from the Institute of Basic Common Sense, suggests that in general people should use the time given by the warning siren of incoming rockets to seek immediate shelter for themselves and their families. In a move guaranteed to cause controversy it suggests that people using the time to position themselves for the perfect Instagram image are,...

Saudi Physicist Discovers Cure for Gravity
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Saudi Physicist Discovers Cure for Gravity

A Saudi Arabian scientist has unlocked the secret to creating zero gravity on earth (allowing us to do cool crap like in the image above). If confirmed, the breakthrough could revolutionize space exploration and slash the energy demands of travel and transportation. Al Arabiya reported, “While the Islamic Golden Age’s most lasting contribution to humanity has been the creation of algebra, that...