The killer ground drone revolution is here.
People living in countries like Poland and Estonia remember what it was like under Soviet occupation—and they understand Russian imperialism too well.
A look at the opioid problem in Estonia suggests that in some parts of the U.S. and Canada, fentanyl is likely to replace heroin for good. The country's experience also offers a few workable solutions.
The fall of the Soviet Union and homecomputing changed the face of music in the eastern European country, which now is full of musicians looking to the past to build the future.
Then he insulted the American press
“I haven’t built tunnels before.”
All proceeds from the lo fi synth boogie compilation will directly support research into ALS.
Yes, even a nuclear power plant.
It's a bit like what would happen if Lars von Trier was asked to bring an Estonian yearbook to life.