The Gold Standard Restoration Act in the House
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Rep. Alex Mooney addressed the House on the Gold Standard Restoration Act:
'My bill would return the U.S. to the gold standard, protect against Washington's irresponsible spending habits and the creation of money out of thin air.
Prices would be shaped by economics rather than the instincts of bureaucrats.
No longer would our economy be at the mercy of the Federal Reserve and reckless Washington spenders', Alex Mooney said.
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For many problems, a quantum computer with thousands of stable qubits is provably far faster than any non-quantum machine that could ever be built.
Sources: www.multiversecomputing.com, www.economist.com
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The military is in control? White hats are in control of Google? You decide...
Sources: twitter.com, www.theguardian.com