March 16, 2011
We have received many questions from readers who are alarmed over a perceived lack of radiation monitoring in the U.S., in the wake of the possibility of radiation from the stricken Japanese nuclear plant reaching both Alaska and the West Coast...
Posted on March 13, 2011 by the truth behind the scenes
VIDEO FROM ASTROLPATROIT.HE HAS A VERY GOOD TELESCOPE AND SHOWS US THAT COMET ELENIN AINT ACTUALLY THEIR BUT NIBIRU IS.THIS CAN EXPLAIN WHY WE ARE BEING PULLED CLOSER TO THE SUN IN THE GRAVITATIONAL PULL BECAUSE IT IS COMING FROM BEHIND...
March 8, 2011
What would you do if you learned there was a concerted effort to keep you sick? And what would you do if you learned that the way they could do that was by the food that you ate? Would that upset you? Well, be prepared.
The best way for me to explain...
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Discovery, the world's most traveled spaceship, thundered into orbit for the final time Thursday, heading toward the International Space Station on a journey that marks the beginning of the end of the shuttle era.
The six astronauts on board, all experienced space fliers...
A Discussion thread on the popular internet site godlikeproductions has received an extremely high volume of comments surrounding the mystery planet X Nibiru and its proposed nearing approach to the Earth, forecasting the "dark Star" to break through our ecliptic on March 15th 2011. Nibiru...
brown dwarf star
17 Feb 2011 - Waiter, There's Metal in My Moon Water
Water ice recently discovered in dust at the bottom of a crater near the moon's south pole is accompanied by metallic elements like mercury, magnesium, calcium, and even a bit of silver. Now you can add sodium to the mix, says Dr. Rosemary...
Astronomers said on Thursday they had found six planets orbiting a distant star in the most exciting but also most challenging find since exploration of other solar systems began 15 years ago.
None of the so-called exoplanets, orbiting the star Kepler-11 2,000 light years away, is remotely...
This artist's illustration shows the Kepler planet-hunting telescope as it jettisons its dust cover, to open its sensitive camera eye on the cosmos.
JAN 31, 2010
NASA scheduled the press conference for 1 p.m. EST (1800 GMT) at its headquarters in Washington, D.C.
NASA's Kepler spacecraft is...
- The phrase "it's cold outside" doesn't begin to describe it. With the mercury well below zero in parts of the Northeast, people in New York and the New England states are facing some of the coldest temperatures the region...
While planets like Mercury and Mars tend to move quickly around the zodiac, it's the movement of the outer lying planets that is a rarer occurrence, because they're farther away from Earth and the Sun. When Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune make their transits this year, their impact is heavy; these...
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ENERGY STAR is a joint program of the U.S...
You're still in an overconfident phase, but you should get a chance today to put your perspective back in balance. You can maintain a spiritual point of view based on the idea that everything is just as it should be. But don't use this line of reasoning as a justification...
NASA has spotted a tiny, rocky planet about the size of Earth doing a speedy orbit of a star outside our solar system, but its scorching temperatures are too hot for life, the space agency said Monday.
The exoplanet, named Kepler-10b, is the smallest-ever planet discovered outside our solar...
WASHINGTON – A NASA telescope has found the smallest planet outside our solar system and it is rocky just like Earth.
But it is way too hot for any life. One side of the planet is about 2,700 degrees Fahrenheit. The planet is called Kepler 10-b after the telescope that found it.
01-07-2011 04:18 AM
'David Cameron said the Department of Health was "working hard" to tackle the problem after reports that some areas have run out of the flu vaccine.
The government confirmed on Wednesday there were "local supply" issues, but denied there was a national shortfall. It has...
6th day of 2011 - 359 remaining
Thursday, January 6, 2011
SILENT COWBOY DAY
Yippee-i-o-ki-ay! On this day in 1880, America’s greatest silent-film cowboy star, Tom Mix, was born!
How did the former Texas Ranger and rodeo star become a movie star? Easy -- at least for Tom Mix. He just walked on...
finance / economics
new york city
Jan 6, 2011
There’s good news on the fluoride front in New York City this week, but your help is needed there (and also in San Diego). Councilor Peter Vallone is introducing a bill to the New York City Council that would end fluoridation in NYC. We need help from all...
5th day of 2011 - 360 remaining
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
ALL MY CHILDREN DAY
The ABC daytime drama, All My Children, created by Agnes Nixon, premiered on this day in 1970. The scene: Pine Valley, New York, which later became Pine Valley, Pennsylvania. (Isn’t TV fun? With just the change of a...
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finance / economics
new york city
september 11 2001
world war 2
2009 H1N1 outbreak was proven to be contrived hoax
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, January 3, 2011
Big Pharma is licking its lips at the prospect of cashing in on a second round of the swine flu epidemic, despite the fact that the first outbreak of the virus in 2009 was proven...
Friday, December 24, 2010
(NaturalNews) Wikileaks continues to rock the political world by shedding light on conspiracies, corruption and cover-ups. The latest batch of diplomatic cables released by Wikileaks reveals what can only be characterized as a U.S.-led...