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What's in Your Water?
What's in Your Water? (Photo credit: B.S. Wise)
Santa Gertrudis cows and calves, The calf has ...
Santa Gertrudis cows and calves, The calf has and Electronic Ear Tag and herd management tag (yellow). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Three women loading compost into a wheelbarrow...
Three women loading compost into a wheelbarrow. From "Hands on New York Day". (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Logo of the anti-RFID campaign by German priva...
Logo of the anti-RFID campaign by German privacy group FoeBuD. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Bike Traveler With Folding Solar Panel
Bike Traveler With Folding Solar Panel (Photo credit: docentjoyce)
English: Solar panel installation at an inform...
English: Solar panel installation at an information center adjacent to Ögii Lake (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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All newspapers should look this good. By Mega Design for Danish newspaper, Information.
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Advanced Composting for Dairy Farmers by Susan Harris

I stopped by the USDA research farm a couple of miles from my house to get a tour of their compost research, led by my former neighbor Walter Mulbry.  But any notion that the target audience here is gardeners or even homeowners is way off – this is about composting manure from dairy farms, like the 100-cow farm here.  Walter told me that figuring out what’s best on this small operation would work
Garden Rant / by Susan Harris / 1 day ago

 

  Student Creates Solar Panels from a Sustainable Material: Human Hair

I'm that guy who looks all over the place for my sunglasses... then realizes they're perched on top of my head. But Nepalese science student Milan Karki is the guy who looks around for a renewable energy source, and discovers the solution is on top of his head. And mine. And yours. Karki, you see, has discovered how to make solar panels using human hair. Karki, just 18, comes from a rural, unel
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Video: How Reddit Was Born

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One of the most striking things about New York City is the fall colors and there's no better place to view this then Central Park. I chose 15 locations in the park and revisited them 2 days a week for six months, recording all camera positions and lens information to create consistency in the images. All shots were taken just after sunrise. by Jamie Scott invisiblejam.com Music I get Nervous by
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  How Online Travel Clubs are Bringing Luxury Vacations to the Masses

Inspirato's online travel club When online travel services first entered the market, they let the average person compare hotels, flights and pre-packaged vacations and book without going through traditional travel agents. Now years later seven in 10 vacations are booked online, and the online travel space has exploded with review sites like TripAdvisor, last-minute b
2 BetaKit / by Herbert Lui / 9 hours ago

 

  Parent hacks quadcopter drone to follow his son to the school bus stop

Most parents opt for a low-tech way to walk their children to the bus stop every morning, but Paul Wallich instead dreamed of building a drone that would follow his son on the 400 meter journey. Using a quadcopter, Wallich quickly hacked on the necessary components to make his wish come true, including sensors, radios, and batteries. The original idea made use of RFID tags to track
100+ The Verge - All ... / by Ben Kersey / 1 hour ago

Raspberry Pi Quadcopter
It was bound to happen sooner or later, but that doesn’t diminish the awesomeness of [Matthew]‘s Raspberry Pi-powered quadcopter. [Matthew]‘s quadcopter is similar to all the other flying drones we’ve seen before with one important difference – all the processing, from reading the gyroscopes to computing exactly how much power to give each motor – is handled by a Raspberry Pi. This task is usuall

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DIY Candy Cane Syrup Is Wonderful in Hot Chocolate or Ice Cream
If you love the taste of candy canes, take advantage of cheap seasonal candy to make your own candy cane syrup you can use to flavor nearly anything. You'll just need sugar, water, and several candy canes. More »
Myth Busting: Examining the 'Evidence' That Obama Won Due to 'Widespread Voter Fraud'
Why isn't the FBI or the Justice Department investigating the "widespread voter fraud" that a number of Rightwingers are claiming enabled Barack Obama to win the 2012 election? The simplest answer is that there is nothing to investigate --- at least no evidence to suggests as much at this time. Lacking such evidence, such fishing expeditions are a waste of taxpayer money, particularly when the evidence of "fraud" forwarded to date by those Republicans are easily dispatched with little more than a Google search and a few clicks of the mouse. All existing evidence suggests that President Obama s
'Vehicles trapped' as Japan tunnel collapses
Five people believed to be trapped as motorway tunnel caves in 80km west of Tokyo.

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'Green News Report' - November 29, 2012
TWITTER: @GreenNewsReport FACEBOOK: Green News Report VIA SMART PHONE: Stitcher Radio! IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: 2012 set to be one of the hottest years on record; Sea levels rising faster than predicted; Plankton is in trouble; Does air pollution raise the risk of autism?; PLUS: EPA knocks BP out of federal contracting ... All that and more in today's Green News Report! Listen online here, or Dow
A Republican Legislator Comes Out Of The Closet-- Voluntarily!
And this was BEFORE he came out!No, it wasn't David Dreier (R-CA), even though he's retiring and everyone knows anyway, nor Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Miss McConnell (R-KY), Aaron Schock (R-IL), Trent Franks (R-AZ), Patrick McHenry (R-NC) or Adrian Smith (R-NE). They're all-- to one degree or another-- still shut up in their closets. And, as you know, Massachusetts ex-closet case Richard Tisei, lost h
Flight 175 Still In Air After South Tower Hit At 9:03
Website : Mysterious Boeing 737, NOT the United Flight 175 Boeing 767.ACARS (Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System) is a device used to send messages to and from an aircraft.Acars confirmed - 9/11 aircraft still airborne long after 'crash' (PilotsFor911Truth.org)ACARS messages, provided through the Freedom Of Information Act, show that United Airlines flight 175 was still in the
How Likely is a Far Right Resurgence?
While I accept the basic points advanced, by way of a (sort of) reply to Rob Ford's piece in this month's issue of Progress magazine, here are a few thoughts on the far right. In my opinion there are a number of things working against a revival of the BNP (or a successor organisation) in the short-term. That, of course, comes with the caveat that this is no counsel for complacency.1. The far right

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The Corbett Report
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Cynthia McKinney presents to the 9/11 Revisited conference in Kuala Lumpur
Cynthia McKinney, peace activist and former U.S. Congresswoman, presents to the “9/11 Revisted: Seeking the Truth” conference in Kuala Lumpur on November 19, 2012.
Dr. Mahathir Mohamad opens the 9/11 Revisited Conference in Kuala Lumpur
Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, president of the Perdana Global Peace Foundation and former Prime Minister of Malaysia, opens the “9/11 Revisted: Seeking the Truth” conference in Kuala Lumpur on November 19, 2012.
Corbett Report Radio 259 – 9/11 Truth Goes Worldwide
Back from his trip to Malaysia to present at the “9/11 Revisited: Seeking the Truth” conference, James talks about the conference, who was there, how it went, and where it’s going from here. James also stresses the vital importance for everyone to take up the task of spreading this information to others in the alternative media revolution that is our last best hope to change this system for the be
Fall 2001: The Message, The Terrorists – Graeme MacQueen presents at the 9/11 Revisited conference
Graeme MacQueen, co-editor of the Journal of 9/11 Studies, presents to the “9/11 Revisted: Seeking the Truth” conference in Kuala Lumpur on November 19, 2012.

The EnvironmentaList
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Caputuring the Insane Beauty of Climate Change
Film Review: Chasing Ice (Documentary)
Fossil Fuel Lobby in the Driver’s Seat at Doha
New report shows global warming can be kept well under two degrees C as long as fossil fuels remain underground
Climate Change is Happening Now — a Carbon Price Must Follow
The extreme weather events of 2012 are what we have been warning of for 25 years, but the answer is plain to see
No Longer Praying for Rain in Kakuma
Until recently, heavy downpours were rare in this arid Turkana region of Kenya. Now too much water is becoming a problem

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“Miseducation of Africans About Their History On Steroids” by SkhoKho SaTlou
In order to put this article into its proper perspective, Chinweizu informs us thus: “It was miseducation which sought to withold from me the memory of our true African past and to substitute instead an ignorant shame for whatever travesties Europe chose to represent as African Past. It was miseducation which sought to quarantine me from all influences, ancient as well as contemporary, which did n
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ArmsControlWonk
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Iran, Immunity and Diagrams
By now, readers will have seen this strange little diagram foisted upon the reading public by AP’s George Jahn. The significant issues are whether the document is genuine, a question I will return to at the end of this post, and if it is, what it means. As I have written elsewhere, I believe there is very strong evidence that Iran had a covert nuclear weapons program through 2003. I believe that
Verification, Risk, and Nuclear Testing
Concerns over verification and compliance are a refuge for skeptics of arms control. These concerns can be substantive as well as overdramatized. No treaty is risk-free, and no monitoring regime is foolproof. Will a powerful cheater be called out, even if discovered? And what then? No treaty seeking to tame the Bomb offers the prospect of automatic penalties. Arms-control advocates have countered
IAEA Hacking
A group presenting itself as Iranian — the call themselves Parastoo, which is apparently Farsi for “swallow” — somehow acquired an old IAEA server.  The machine was not wiped clean of data. Parastoo has now posted some of the data online, vaguely threatening a number of persons with compromised emails, unless they sign a petition demanding the IAEA open an investigation into Israel’s nuclear weapo
SALT’s Rise and Fall
Opposition to the SALT process was firmly rooted in negotiations over the Interim Agreement and the ABM Treaty. Never have two arms control agreements been approved by such overwhelming margins (two votes against, in both cases) despite such deep reservations during the negotiating process. The memos written by Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Thomas

Phronesisaical
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Napoleon’s Defeat in Russia – 200 Years
I’m late to this party, but it just occurred to me that it is 200 years since Russia defeated Napoleon. The Battle of Borodino was the turning point of Napoleon’s invasion of Russia. But I haven’t totally missed the anniversary. The last of the Grande Armée straggled out of Russia on December 14, according to Wikipedia. The Battle of Borodino was in September. The Russian commemorations seem to h
George Jahn's AP Article With a Graph of Maybe a Nuclear Explosion
I have been writing about the title article over at Nuclear Diner. Since it's a developing situation, it's in the forum, and others have chimed in. Many links and my own thoughts starting here and scroll down. Jahn has come up with a counter to the large degree of criticism that has been launched at him, and I work through that here (also findable by scrolling).

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Palestine and the Assange Test
Many congratulations to Palestine on being recognised as a non-member state at the United Nations. There is a distinct irony that, apart from the unreconstructed climate change deniers in the United States, Canada and the Czech Republic, the supporters of Palestinian genocide could only muster votes from the tiniest island states threatened by climate change. Where is the much vaunted American
Leveson: Wrong Answer to the Wrong Question
I am with David Cameron and Rupert Murdoch in one respect on the Leveson report. British mainstream politicians are still more repulsive and self-seeking than the British mainstream media, and state regulation of the media, however modulated, is not good. But Leveson was answering the wrong question. The real problem is the ownership structure of UK mainstream media. Newspapers and broadcast

Syria Comment
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“Syria’s Long Civil War” by Glenn Robinson
Glenn Robinson, “Syria’s Long Civil War“, Current History, Dec. 2012 Here is an excerpt – (Read the whole thing – it is well written and argued) …..A BIGGER LEBANON Syria’s troubles go well beyond warring ethnic and confessional groups, to the fact that Syria as a political entity—as a nation—hardly exists. To be sure, the country’s two major cities, Damascus and Aleppo, have very long histories a
“The Struggle for Abu Kamal: Peace after Defeating the Dictator’s Forces,” by Asaad al-Saleh
The Struggle for Abu Kamal: Peace after Defeating the Dictator’s Forces Asaad al-Saleh, an Assist. Prof. at the University of Utah. Located on the bank of the Euphrates near the borders with Iraq, Abu Kamal, the city and its towns, has been an active participant in the revolution. The first significant demonstration was as early as 22 April 2011.  This YouTube video shows people chanting with slog

Obsolete
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Free press with all four volumes.
Despite everything that was said beforehand and will no doubt be bellowed from the editorials of the majority of the press tomorrow, Sir Brian Leveson's report is both cautious and carefully calculated.  When he started chairing the inquiry, he made clear that he had no intention of doing so if his final recommendations were to be ignored as the previous 6 commissions into the press more or less h
The coalition isn't working.
The news that the government's much vaunted work programme isn't working is about as much of a surprise as the equally exciting discovery that some people when living abroad adopt the mannerisms and even accent of their hosts, including, horror of horrors, footballers and football managers.Much as the coalition is deserving of a kicking for setting up a programme it knew was untested, similarities
Sensitivity, anti-Semitism and Steve Bell.
Back in 2002, the New Statesman was quite rightly criticised after it ran the above front cover.  Picturing a Star of David pinning down the very centre of the union flag, while asking whether there was a "kosher conspiracy" involving lobbying from advocates of Israel, it invoked the most classic of anti-Semitic tropes whether that was the intention or not.  Editor at the time Peter Wilb

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Images of Exoplanetary Journeys
Stretch out your time horizons and interstellar travel gets a bit easier. If 4.3 light years seems too immense a distance to reach Alpha Centauri, we can wait about 28,000 years, when the distance between us will have closed to 3.2 light years. As it turns out, Alpha Centauri is moving in a galactic orbit far different from the Sun’s. As we weave through the Milky Way in coming millennia, we’re in
Life Around Cooling Stars
Red dwarfs offer fascinating astrobiological speculation, allowing us to ponder whether flare activity or tidal lock could be the game-changer that prevents life from developing around them. We have much to learn on that score, but new work from Rory Barnes (University of Washington) and René Heller (Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics, Potsdam) looks beyond red dwarfs to brown and white dwarfs an
Makemake and the Naming of Names
Now that we have vast numbers of Kuiper Belt Objects assumed to be orbiting outside the orbit of Neptune, not to mention possible Oort Cloud interlopers (Sedna may be one of these), the question of names gets ever more interesting. Great entertainment awaits, as witness the KBO known as 2005 FY9. Discovered not long after Easter in 2005, it quickly gained the nickname Easterbunny. It’s now, after
Tracking Changes in Titan’s Atmosphere
Even as New Horizons continues to push toward Pluto, now just past the halfway point between the orbits of Uranus and Neptune, we’re continuing to get excellent data from the much closer Cassini spacecraft around Saturn. Cassini’s composite infrared spectrometer (CIRS) is probing the circulation and chemistry of Titan’s atmosphere, tracking how gases like benzene and hydrogen cyanide are distribut

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Worthy of Their Hire
by Doctor Science Why can't self-proclaimed capitalist, free-market businesspeople recognize the law of supply and demand? In particular, if you can't find appropriately-skilled employees when you offer salary $S, Adam Smith says you should try offering $S+n. If that doesn't work, you offer $S+2n. The cost of labor isn't something the employer decides ahead of time, it's determined by the free-ma
your broken sidebar Friday open thread
by liberal japonicus Not really sure what is up with the sidebar, it doesn't show up with the normal blog, but when you open an individual post, it does. Since I'm thinking of trying to do some renovation on the blog during the holidays, I might start with that. If there is anything else that you'd like, scriven it here and if you know of any pitfalls with typepad, feel free to share y
Agreement on Black Friday? This cannot stand!
by liberal japonicus We found an area of common ground here with the question of Black Friday and obviously, we can't have that.  My alternate take on Black Friday is that it is like my students who think they can learn the material covered in a semester (or more!) of English by spending the last day or two studying. They can't, because almost all the classes I teach are skill based, and i

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Turns out, women come home from work with breast cancer
A critical and devastating new study confirms a link between certain work — farming and vegetable canning included — and an elevated risk of breast cancer. The research was conducted in southern Ontario, and for me, this news hits close to home. I was raised in Minnesota, and lived on a small farm just fifteen miles from a vegetable canning factory. When reading this study, I immediately thought o
Illegal on pets & seeds, but in kids' shampoo? No problem.
It makes no sense. FDA's decision this week to allow continued use of the neurotoxic pesticide lindane in children's lice shampoos has me completely stumped. The pesticide's use in pet products were withdrawn long ago. Then agricultural uses were pulled, back in 2006. Yet FDA just re-blessed the lindane products that put children most directly at risk, shampoos applied to their heads a

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Whiskey River Take My Mind
Buffalo Bill's defunct who used to ride a watersmooth-silver stallion and break onetwothreefourfive pigeonsjustlikethat Jesus he was a handsome man and what i want to know is how do you like your blueeyed boy now Mister Death
Dem Bones
The Americans, noted Puritans, tend to regard Sweden as a hotbed of sexual libertines, who run utterly wild at all times, ceaselessly plunging in and out of each other’s orifi, with total abandon, and no restraint. So shocked, probably, shall these Americans be, that the Swedes appear to have drawn at least one line, in matters sexual. For in that nation, now, a 37-year-old woman faces criminal pr
Heavy Duty
Amazon aficionados are aware that one of the ways the place tries to encourage you to buy stuff is by offering “Super Saver” free shipping. Somebody at the Wall Street Journal with nothing better to do set out to determine just what sort of extreme-poundage pachyderms Amazon will heave across the land for free. And so discovered that apparently the weightiest item Amazon will roll to your door is
Words That, If I Use Them: Shoot Me
I became Old Man Shouts At Cloud at a too early age. In my very early 20s. When I was first assaulted by the word “facilitate.” To this day, I do not know what that word actually “means.” And that is the problem. For the word doesn’t “mean” anything. It is a no-word. A word invoked solely to cover Crime. From its first appearance in my life, to its last, it has functioned but as a signal that I am

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Right Wing Political Correctness
By @TedFrier As required class reading, I am tempted to assign to George F. Will "Revenge of the Reality-based Community," an essay in this month's American Conservative written by former Reagan economic adviser and Republican apostate, Bruce Bartlett, that chronicles his excommunication from the conservative movement for the unpardonable offense of thinking for himself. Will might benefit from th
The Nightowl Newswrap
By @BGinKC Wow. This week - the last week I will be in my 40s, by the way - really flew by. On the school front, I hit the reset switch after missing over 6 weeks, talked to professors and I'm doing one class at a time, picking up from where I was and working straight through to the end, then moving on to the next one. I should have one done next week, and  two done by the end of the semester
High Broderism: it was a bad decision then, it's still a bad decision now
It's supposed to be a clue when the simple act of joining a "bipartisan" group, rather than actual substantive policy, provides the "bipartisan" group the political cover and enhances their label. High Broderism - Also frequently seen as merely "Broderism." A fetishistic attachment to bipartisanship for bipartisanship's sake; reflexive adherence to false equivalencies, regardless of whether what o
The Nightowl Newswrap
By @BGinKC This ought to do wonders for the vaunted GOP outreach to women and minorities. Every single gavel of every single House committee is in the hands of a white man. Careful, or you'll be called the "liberal media." McClatchy is running the following headline on their front page as I write this: Fiscal Cliff Crisis: Made in the GOP. Nice to see the M$M engaging in truth-telling. Sixteen y

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Democratic to the CORE
During September’s Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) strike, local and national media rushed to frame the fight as a clash of oversized personalities: the stubborn, foul-mouthed Mayor Rahm Emanuel against the brash chemistry-teacher-turned-union president Karen Lewis. Even progressive media hyped Lewis as the driver of the union’s victory, praising her personal toughness as more than a match for Eman
Ground the Drones
Foreign policy played a minor role in a presidential election that focused on jobs, jobs, jobs. But like it or not, the United States is part of a global community in turmoil, and U.S. policies often fuel that turmoil. The peace movement, which lost steam during Obama’s first term because so many people were unwilling to criticize the president, has a challenge today to reactivate itself and inc
The Walmart Black Friday Protests
RICHMOND, CA—This city just north of Oakland was ground zero for the Black Friday protests at Walmart, as two international union presidents and one of the most pro-labor voices in Congress joined fired workers and some still employed, and several hundred of their supporters. At one point, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) President Mary Kay Henry (below left) and Rev. Carol Been (rig
Independent Media Now!
"Democracy Now!" host Amy Goodman is on a crusade. At a speaking stop in Peoria, Ill. on October 30, she was three-quarters of the way through a 100-city tour for her new book, The Silenced Majority: Stories of Uprisings, Occupations, Resistance, and Hope, and was losing her voice, but not her focus. Like her show, the book—collection of essays cowritten with Denis Moynihan—zeroes in o

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Still Not At Terms With The Outcome Of The Election
This citizen of Houston was as of a few days ago still somewhat frustrated with the outcome of the recent election.
Texas Lt. Governor Candidate Jerry Patterson Is Prepared To Shoot—Though The Target Is Not Clear
Republican Texas Land Commissioner and 2014 Lt. Governor candidate Jerry Patterson is prepared to shoot. Though I’m not sure who Mr. Patterson  is shooting at in the context of 2nd Amendment issues because nobody is coming to take your gun. Could Mr. Patterson appear any more weak and insecure than he does in this picture? But if going on about guns will keep these folks from some other issue whe
I’ve Not Been Blogging As Much Of Late Because I’m Working On Something & Because I’m Tired Of Stuff
Regular readers may have noticed that I’ve not been posting everyday. This is for two reasons. One is that I’ve been working on an art/creative project. This project has diverted some of my attention away from the blog. The other reason is that I’m really just tired of a bunch of stuff and I need a bit of a blog break. A lot of things out in the world are just so stupid. As the picture above sugg
Transformers
I stopped and looked at this scene I saw in Houston last week because I hoped that the heavy machinery on top of the dirt were in fact Transformers and that they would start fighting.

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First Indian Ocean tuna fishery certified sustainable
WWF congratulates the Maldives Pole and Line Skipjack Fishery today for becoming the first Indian Ocean tuna fishery to receive certification according to the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) standards. WWF has been an active supporter of the Maldives aspirations for certification, as well as an active player throughout the whole assessment and accreditation process."Maldivians take pride in
In the Mekong, science – not guesswork – must prevail บทบาทของไทย กับอนาคตบนเส้นด้ายของแม่น้ำโขง
บทบาทของไทย กับอนาคตบนเส้นด้ายของแม่น้ำโขง - จิม ลิป ผู้อำนวยการใหญ่ WWF เขียนจดหมายเปิดผนึกทวงถามรัฐบาลในภูมิภาคลุ่มน้ำโขง รวมทั้งผู้นำทางฝั่งยุโรปและอเมริกาที่เงียบเฉยต่อโครงการก่อสร้างเขื่อนไซ ยะบุรี ที่รัฐบาลลาวประกาศเดินหน้าเต็มตัวเมื่อต้นเดือนพ.ย.ที่ผ่านมา จิมบอกว่าเดิมพันครั้งนี้คืออนาคตของคนในลุ่มน้ำโขงตอนล่างราว60ล้านคน ซึ่งร้อยละ80 พึ่งพาทรัพยากรธรรมชาติโดยตรงจากสายเลือดหลักเส้นนี้ หากเขื
WWF: It's the climate, stupid! How Doha can deliver real results on emissions
Doha, Qatar – With little more than one week of talks to go in Doha, there is a real risk that countries will lose sight of why they are really here – to agree on ways to cut global greenhouse gas emissions.It is becoming clear that there is little hope of countries strengthening their national emission targets in Doha in order to have a tangible impact on global emissions they need to agree on st
WWF: Panda searches planet for top t-shirt design
WWF has teamed up with Threadless, a global community of budding designers, to launch a new competition: the Threadless + WWF design challenge. From today, members of the public can enter the competition by submitting a t-shirt design that reflects WWF's chosen theme: protecting our planet's habitats and species. It's completely free to register and you don't need to be a designer

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Culture War destroying American exceptionalism, patriotism.
by Mark Vogl:    Rush Limbaugh in his continuing search for why America lost the election made an intellectual break through yesterday - too late...
Your Body And Your Rules Suck
by Van Bryant, II:    How to forge women into psychopaths.
An Excellent Republican Reinvention Idea
by Russell G. Davis:    During this time of transition, might I humbly suggest actually supporting the troops instead of a corrupt D.C. Defense Department elite?
The Republicans can Strangle the Leviathan
by Kevin C. Caffrey:    The power of the administrative branch. It shows that the republicans power of the purse is stronger than Obama's executive power

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New ‘Aryan’ Compound in Idaho to be Sold Off in January
The public foreclosure sale of property that was to be a new Aryan Nations and Ku Klux Klan compound in North Idaho is set for Jan. 14, court records show. The foreclosure will mean eviction for white supremacist Shaun P. Winkler, his wife and their small child, along with a small band of their racist [...]
In New Novel, Glenn Beck Warns of Squirrel-Worshipping Socialists
America’s favorite far-right entertainer, Glenn Beck, has always got the scoop on the coming End of the World and how to protect yourself from it. When he’s not urging fans to buy guns and gold, he’s telling them to build bunkers and stock up on food. Now, just in time for the holidays, the fear-mongering eschatologist [...]
Racist Accused of Shooting Idaho Deputies Faces Weapons Charge
A man with white supremacist tattoos, accused of shooting and nearly killing two Idaho sheriff’s deputies last month, has been charged by federal authorities with being a felon in possession of a handgun. That handgun, with an obliterated serial number, was found after Kyle Alan Batt was arrested Oct. 24, hiding in a garage where he [...]
Woman Long Sought in Largest ‘Eco-Terror’ Case Arrested
Rebecca Jeanette Rubin, a 39-year-old Canadian who has been sought for a decade in the largest “eco-terrorism” case in United States history, was arrested today by FBI agents after she surrendered in Blaine, Wash. Rubin, an alleged member of a group that called itself “The Family,” is to be taken to Oregon to face trial federal [...]

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