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Thomas Paine

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

12 April - iGoogle

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All Things Considered - NPR
Decoding Legalese: Up Next In Trayvon Martin Case
Romney And Ryan: A Budding Political Bromance
American Water Intelligence
Alamogordo O&M
Marikina City STPs, Philippines
Blog of Rights - ACLU
That's a Good Question?!
Making Do Not Track a Reality
Australia next to take aim at Apple over e-book pricing?
DOJ is likely to lose e-book antitrust suit targeting Apple
Earthquakes shake Gulf of California
A pair of strong earthquakes rocked Mexico's Gulf of California only minutes apart early Thursday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.  
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Taxing the rich
Youth and Community-led Activism in Canada
Carbon Farmers of Australia
A new DOIC
Our 'vested interest'
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
Carbon Forum North America 2012
Can Nuclear Be Part of Our Clean Energy Future?
Circle of Blue - water news
How can a profession whose raison d'être is caring attract so much criticism for its perceived callousness? Does nursing need to be managed differently? Or is the answer to develop a new culture of compassion?
Simon Kelner: Far from exclusive, the golf club is the great leveller
Common Dreams
The Element of Malice: Zimmerman Charged
You Can't Go Home Again, Except In the Simpsons
Part II - Paul Supporters: Why Our Political Future Is In the GOP
Regulators Build Too-Big-to-Fail Empire
Daily News Egypt
ANALYSIS: Egypt's Brotherhood raises stakes by excluding IMF
Egypt finance minister expects to get IMF loan by end-June
Democracy Now!
Grand Jury Hears Kenneth Chamberlain Sr. Case As Autopsy Casts Further Doubt on Police Claims
Connecticut Poised to Repeal Death Penalty as Momentum Grows for Supreme Court Challenge
Hey Green Thumbs: Grow Your Own Furniture
Artist's 'Chair Farm kit' lets Mother Nature take care of the work. All you need is just a little patience.  
Gagarin's Falsified Flight Record
EPA Radiation News
Statement on Passing of Peter Lord, Environmental Reporter for Providence Journal
EPA to Help Citizen Scientists Learn More about Air and Water Pollution in the U.S. Virgin Islands
EPA Water Science
2012 Beach Grants
Notice of Final 2010 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan; Re-Opening Public Comment Period
Food and Water Watch
food consumer
How Big Companies are Making You Unwitting Accomplices in the Toxic Water Cycle
Posted By Dr. Mercola | April 12 2012 Story at-a-glance Nonylphenol ethoxylate (NPE) is a toxic surfactant used...  
Ground and Tenderized Beef Products Recalled
Force Change
Hungary: Stop Punishing Homeless People for Being Homeless
FreakOut Nation
Time Magazine’s poll on the most influential figure: Anonymous tops the poll
Hello World! Meet MalSec; Don’t worry they’re from the Interwebz
Guardian UK
Syrian ceasefire begins - live updates
• Attacks reported on both sides• Cameron's call to "tighten noose" around regime• White House "deeply concerned" about BahrainRead the latest...  
Second-degree murder charge for Zimmerman
Why I’m for Newt and Not Mitt
LSU Is A Sleeping Giant In Basketball, Just Like It Was In Football Before It Woke Up 12 Years Ago
In-Mind : Psychology for You
The dish on gossip: Its origins, functions, and bad reputation
When the thought of yourself nags you: How failure to attain cultural standards brings suicide on the fringe of consciousness
Inside Facebook
Facebook unveils school-specific groups, allows file sharing among users with designated .edu email addresses
ran nuclear talks offer opportunity if the US wants it 
Steve Munro
A Look Back: Rail Grinder W28
TTC Meeting Preview March 30, 2012
New Jobless Claims Up 13,000 Last Week
By Kim Painter, USA TODAY Sleep and health: The kind of disrupted sleep that is common among shift workers is linked with poor health. And a new study shows how sleeping too little, and at odd hours, might lead to diabetes and obesity.
Three of the largest US makers of animal medications have agreed to change labeling of their antibiotics to remove uses for growth and production as the FDA continues efforts to fight super-resistant foodborne pathogens. Eli Lilly ($LLY), Merck ($MRK) ...
Scientists find that all 93 strains of bacteria collected from deep inside Lechuguilla Cave at Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico are already resistant to at least one of the antibiotics we use to fight infections. Microbiologist Hazel Barton, left, ...
THURSDAY, April 12 (HealthDay News) -- A new report says there is little evidence that over-the-counter insect bite remedies actually work. In addition, most reactions to insect bites are mild and don't require any treatment, according to the evidence ...
By JASON DEAREN, AP – 1 day ago SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Some nail polishes commonly found in California salons and advertised as free of a so-called "toxic trio" of chemicals actually have high levels of agents linked to birth defects, state regulators ...
by CNN and KVUE News New evidence suggests that your DNA could be partly responsible for how nice you are. Researchers found a connection between people who are kind and versions of receptor genes for two hormones believed to be associated with ...
CINCINNATI -- A new effort to improve primary care in Greater Cincinnati is described by the Health Collaborative as "a game-changer." Grants totaling $60 million will flow from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation to improve the medical ...
By FRANK JORDANS AP GENEVA (AP) - Cases of dementia _ and the heavy social and financial burdens associated with them _ are set to soar in the coming
Rep. Mica: GSA officials spent week in Hawaii for one-hour ribbon cutting (Pete Kasperowicz/The Hill)
Romney's 'Empathy Gap' (John Sides/FiveThirtyEight)
II-12-020: NRC Schedules Open House and Presentation to Discuss Annual Assessment of Sequoyah Nuclear Power Plant
II-12-017: NRC Schedules Regulatory Conference to Discuss Apparent Violation At Surry Nuclear Station
New Scientist
Astrophile: Ferocious superwind will seal sun's doom
News 24
Heyneke names training squad
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has named a group of players that will be attending the first planning camp in Pretoria next week.  
Three homes torched in Limpopo
Obama Conspiracy Theories
Birther bites dust
Tabloid reports: Obama threatened Clintons to keep quiet
One World Scam
Brian Gerrish talks in London 31st March
Open Channel
Yo-yo scam exploits credit-challenged car buyers
By Herb WeisbaumThe ConsumerManImagine this: You buy a car, sign all the paperwork and drive home. A few days or weeks later...  
IRS strikes tough balance as 'nice bad guy'
Open Secrets
OpenSecrets Blog PolitiQuizz: Nancy Pelosi's Leadership PAC
The Airline Safety Influence Game
Outlook Blogs
Payvand Iran News
Newfangled Flush: An Celebration of Color and Form by Saloomeh Golnareaghi
Rafsanjani Critiques Iran's Foreign Policy: I Wanted to Directly Talk With the US
Hostile Workplace: Obama White House pays women less than men
Pesticide Action Network
Chile stands up to Monsanto
Pesticidemakers in paradise
Philippines News
Philippines warns of defending itself if attacked by Chinese vessels in South China Sea
Eco group pushes regulatory action vs cigarette butt waste
Political MoJo : Mother Jones
Wendy's: We're Done With ALEC, Too
Politics Security Secrecy
National Security Secrecy and Surveillance | Political News Blog
Psychology Today
Why Aren't We Having Fun Yet?
A Better Tomorrow
Rescuing the Frog
When you fill up your tank, thank our “petrodollar”
Satellite News
NASA's THEMIS Satellite Sees a Great Electron Escape
When scientists discovered two great swaths of radiation encircling Earth in the 1950s, it spawned over-the-top fears about "killer electrons" and...  
North Korea fuels rocket for centenary launch in defiance of US threats
Satellite rocket is ready for launch, says Pyongyang
Science Daily
Scientific American
A New Crop of Digital Science Books Will Change the Way Students Learn
Shaleshock Media
Spill in Dimock, Pa.; Part 1
Energy In Depth’s Tom Shepstone: Hydrofracking improves water quality!
Star Online
Khairy: BNBBC against UUCA restriction on dual positions
Connecticut legislators ban death penalty
Mystery surrounds British victim in Chinese political scandal
TED Blog
Catch up with the trending TED Conversations …
5 Webby nominations for TED.com
New York Convinces Game Companies To Kick Registered Sex Offenders Off Gaming Services
Ten Percent
The Big Hate Society
This Week in Science
Liquid Nanocrystals
All Set for Majoranas
Azerbaijani intelligence services neutralize gang transporting weapons and drugs from Iran to Azerbaijan (UPDATE)
As a result of complex operational activities undertaken by the Ministry of National Security (MNS) of Azerbaijan, a group of people accused of...  
USA Today
Better tests find record concussions among U.S. troops
Unexplained Mysteries
NASA criticized over global warming stance
Web MD
Children Born to Unmarried Couples on the Rise
Over the last decade, while many fertility trends have remained stable in the U.S., one definitely has not: the number of first births among...  
Unfortunate hamster Smurf gets stuck to cage after eating magnet

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