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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.

Sunday, February 28, 2010

28 Feb - NightOwl Report

Haiti is rich in oil: real reason for US and UN invasion?

American Genocides: Is Haiti Next?

3 Reasons Why Mimicking the Military is Not Green

How Toxic is Your Child?
recent Swedish study that found: "Infants or toddlers who lived in bedrooms with vinyl, or PVC, floors were twice as likely to have autism five years later, in 2005, than those with wood or linoleum flooring."

Do Toxins Cause Autism? | Are we in an era of politics or biopolitics?
http://my.opera.com/oldephartte/blog ( Opit's LinkFest! )

The climate movement is dead: Long live the climate movement

Another IPCC Scientist Reveals How UN Scientists talked about ‘trying to make IPCC report so dramatic that US would just have to sign Kyoto Protocol’

US Navy officials destroy career of whistleblower on inept care of Marines

The WHO’s dangerous plan for global taxation by The Telegraph


Sarkozy admits France's role in Rwandan genocide
If a tobacco company sourced, funded, guided, and wrote scientific studies to prove cigarettes don't cause lung cancer, not a single American would give the studies any credibility. Yet, our own Centers for Disease Control (CDC), a government agency responsible for administering our National Immunization Program, has done the very same thing by sourcing, funding, guiding, and writing research to try and prove that vaccines, and a mercury preservative used in vaccines, have not fueled an epidemic of autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders in our nation's children.

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posted by C. Moffat at Lilith News - 1 hour ago
ENTERTAINMENT - We don't post films on here unless we really like the trailers. "How To Train Your Dragon" is based off a 2003 children's book, but the film is coming out from DreamWorks (Shrek, The Roa...

  • posted by Ian O'Neill at Discovery News - Top Stories - 5 hours ago
    The ESO Very Large Array atop Cerro Paranal, northern Chile (ESO). There are many international telescopes in Chile making use of the low humidity conditions in the Chilean mountains and high-altitude dese...

  • posted by null at Discovery News - Top Stories - 6 hours ago
    A tsunami triggered by an earthquake in Chile has swept ashore in Hawaii, but there are no immediate reports of damage.

  • posted by Alison at Creekside - 11 hours ago
    Well, colour me surprised. Who could have guessed that security arrangements for the 2010 Olympics would spawn a further militarization of North America and U.S.-Canada security integration? G&M : Canad...

  • posted by null at Discovery News - Top Stories - 15 hours ago
    A 8.8-magnitude earthquake rattles Chile on February 27, threatening Pacific Ocean nations with a tsunami.

  • posted by Ian O'Neill at Discovery News - Top Stories - 19 hours ago
    How would you like to explore the Martian landscape? Jump aboard the Manned Mars Exploration Rover, a self-contained mobile base designed to deal with the worst the Red Planet can throw at it.

  • posted by Jorge Ribas at Discovery News - Top Stories - 1 day ago
    If this is your first exposure to the Friday News Feedbag...we're glad to have you in the club. Welcome to Feedbag Nation, which stems from our weekly science news podcast that you can subscribe to here on...

  • posted by address-withheld@my.opera.com.invalid (Dr. John v. Kampen) at - 1 day ago
    *If you look for me* the coming days, we might be hit by this rare meteorological phenomenon, that one calls in Spain "una bomba meteorológica"! One means 2 colliding low pressure systems, one of which a ...

  • posted by null at Discovery News - Top Stories - 1 day ago
    Reaching the Red Planet could take dramatically less time than once thought using the high-tech VASIMR rocket, according to one scientist.

  • posted by Jennifer Viegas at Discovery News - Top Stories - 1 day ago
    Jim Atchison, president and CEO of SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment, led a press conference today concerning the death of killer whale trainer Dawn Brancheau. He spoke in front of a see-through tank wall, ...

  • posted by Alyssa Danigelis at Discovery News - Top Stories - 1 day ago
    Recycled cardboard is a decent replacement for styrofoam packaging, but what about heavy items that stronger protection? A company called Ecovative Design is banking on mushroom roots. "We should make prod...

  • posted by Rossella Lorenzi at Discovery News - Top Stories - 1 day ago
    The residence of Sextus Tarquinius, the prince who sparked the revolt that led to the foundation of the Roman Republic, may have been found.

  • posted by null at Discovery News - Top Stories - 1 day ago
    A 60-mile-long iceberg roughly the size of Luxembourg shaved off a new iceberg after crashing into a glacier.

  • posted by Eric Bland at Discovery News - Top Stories - 1 day ago
    With this insulator, the body heat produced by one person would be enough to warm an entire home.

  • posted by null at Discovery News - Top Stories - 1 day ago
    Only a handful of Hebrew biblical manuscripts have survived the era in which they were written.

  • posted by Clark Boyd at Discovery News - Top Stories - 1 day ago
    If you're a soccer fan, you can almost taste the excitement, right? I mean, the World Cup is coming up in just a few months time in South Africa. Ah....but it you're robotic soccer fan (and let's face it, ...

  • posted by Jessica Marshall at Discovery News - Top Stories - 1 day ago
    Whales are the largest animals on the planet, and when it comes to storing carbon, they act like trees in a forest.

  • posted by Larry O'Hanlon at Discovery News - Top Stories - 2 days ago
    Gentle reader: The roots of all witch hunts, as we learned centuries ago, are buried in human psychology. Sadly, the current crescendo in the witch hunt against climate scientists is no different. Happily,...

  • posted by Michael Reilly at Discovery News - Top Stories - 2 days ago
    If you came across a plant in the wilds of India that trapped and ate insects by dissolving them in a broth of treacly nectar and bacteria, your first reaction probably would not be to drink it. But some l...

  • posted by Ian O'Neill at Discovery News - Top Stories - 2 days ago
    Despite its best efforts, NASA's orbiter Mars Odyssey hasn't heard a beep from the thawing Phoenix lander, the US space agency announced today.

  • posted by Kieran Mulvaney at Discovery News - Top Stories - 2 days ago
    The Small Working Group of the International Whaling Commission meets in Florida next week, to discuss the controversial draft "deal" that would permit commercial whaling, at reduced levels, for the next t...

  • posted by Michael Reilly at Discovery News - Top Stories - 2 days ago
    Termite damage costs Americans about $7 billion each year in damage and treatment costs, making them one of the most expensive insects in the country. According to a recent piece in EARTH magazine, that co...