World War III Update: Survey says 48% of Russians fear Syria crisis could trigger war

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While the ongoing Cold War between Russia and the US has inspired developers to create an interactive Red Button Quest game which Russians are playing, almost half of the country’s population actually fear the Syria situation could trigger a global war. A survey by the Levada Center polling agency found that 48 percent of Russians fear the breakdown in relations between Moscow and the west could least to a third world war.

World War III Update: Cold War inspires interactive Red Button Quest game in Russia

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Since speculations of a World War III, started in mid-October after We Are Anonymous claimed that Pentagon had admitted a global war is imminent, rumors have lessened despite deployment of Russian warships. On Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin assured the country would not attack anyone, although NATO is apparently building up forces in the Baltic region despite the assurance.
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World War III Update: Putin’s suspension of treaty with Washington on cleaning up weapons signals willingness to use nuclear disarmament as bargaining chip

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World War III update: Putin launches nuclear missiles from submarine in Barents Sea, sparks fear of global war

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We Are Anonymous claims Pentagon has admitted World War III is imminent

We Are Anonymous, the group behind the hacking of government websites, claims that Pentagon has admitted that World War III is around the corner. Other groups also see in the statement of Marine Gen Joseph Dunford, commander of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, that the US must declare war on Syria and Russia to implement a “no-fly zone” over Syria.
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Second Earth, Proxima b, discovered by scientists, is a game-changer

A “second Earth,” orbiting our planet’s closest star may have the right conditions to sustain alien life forms, astronomers have revealed. The mystery world spotted by experts at the European Southern Observatory may finally answer if we are alone in the universe. The planet circles the “goldilocks zone” of Proxima Centauri, the red dwarf star just four light years away.

Jellyfish proteins used to develop breakthrough laser, far more efficient than conventional ones

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Suntan and alien radiation: Ten trillionth of one's suntan is intergalactic radiation, world-first study confirms

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Endangered largetooth sawfish: Australian researchers develop revolutionary test to save species

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Whales’ ultrasonic hearing has an ancient history, reveals fossilised ear

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