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    Princess Diana Killed To Cover-Up Royal British Family Secrets
  2. 100th Monkey

    Virgin births claimed by 1 percent of U.S. moms: Study

    This has Alien abductions, written all over it! Link to source: Virgin births claimed by 1 percent of U.S. moms: Study - CBS News Link to the full study: Like a virgin (mother): analysis of data from a longitudinal, US population representative sample survey | BMJ
  3. New UFO Hunter

    Poll suggests 48% believe in alien visitation

    Otherworldly visitors at the Roswell museum. Nearly half the population believes UFOs could be a sign of extraterrestrial visitation. Source: 48 Percent Of Americans Believe UFOs Could Be ET Visitations
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    US Diplomat: US-Israel greatest threat on earth

    “For the past 68 years, most military aggression can be sourced to the US and Israel. Yet, these two originators of wars pretend to be the victims of aggression. It is Israel that has a nuclear arsenal that is illegal, unacknowledged, and unaccountable. It is Washington that has drafted a war...
  5. 100th Monkey

    Conspiracy Theories: Poll Results

    I found this to be proof we are winning the truth war!! 12 Million Americans Believe Lizard People Run Our Country About 90 million Americans believe aliens exist. Some 66 million of us think aliens landed at Roswell in 1948. These are the things you learn when there's a lull in political news...
  6. 100th Monkey

    Media blackout: Oregon mall shooter was stopped by an armed citizen

    While reports of Tuesday's shooting at the Clackamas Town Center Mall in Oregon, dominated the national media, until Friday's horrific shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, one very important detail has been repeatedly (and intentionally) left out of the MSM's coverage. The...
  7. Truth Vibrations

    The truth about Fukushima: The Butterfly Effects

    Mutant butterflies found at the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Genetic mutations have been found in three generations of butterflies from near Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, scientists said Tuesday, raising fears radiation could affect other species. Around 12 percent of pale grass...

    Stocks now down for year as economic concerns grow

    NEW YORK (AP) -- The stock market fell sharply Tuesday because investors have grown increasingly worried about the economy. The Standard & Poor's 500 index lost 33 points, or 2.6 percent, and is now down 0.3 percent for the year. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 266 points, or 2.2 percent...
  9. Unhypnotized

    26% Of Americans Don’t Know US Declared Independence From Great Britain

    Think Progress July 3, 2011 According to a new poll by Marist, more than a quarter of Americans*couldn’t correctly identify the country from which the United States declared its independence. While 74 percent correctly named Great Britain, 20 percent said they weren’t sure and six percent named...
  10. Unhypnotized

    China could overtake US economy by 2030: World Bank

    AFP Wednesday, March 23, 2011 HONG KONG (AFP) – China could overtake the United States as the world’s largest economy if it maintains annual growth of eight percent over the next 20 years, the World Bank’s chief economist said Wednesday. China, which last year overtook Japan as the number-two...
  11. CASPER

    Love me, love my dog, say Briton

    Britons are famously devoted to their pets but a new survey ahead of Valentine's Day shows their furry friends may be standing in the way of love. Eighty percent of dog owners for example said they would not date someone who didn't like their pet and nearly 20 percent of the 3,000 pet owners...
  12. CASPER

    Kids' Rising Obesity Rates Due to Bad Habits, Not Genes: Study

    Poor eating and activity habits, not genetics, are the underlying causes for most cases of adolescent obesity, new research suggests. The finding stems from an analysis involving more than 1,000 Michigan sixth-grade students who participated in the Project Healthy Schools program, which is in...
  13. CASPER

    CDC: Asthma rate in US up a little to 8.2 pct

    ATLANTA – Asthma seems to be increasing a little, and nearly one in 12 Americans now say they have the respiratory disease, federal health officials said Wednesday About 8.2 percent of Americans had asthma in a 2009 national survey of about 40,000 individuals. That's nearly 25 million people...
  14. buttman302

    How Accurate Is Healthy-Menu Info?

    It's great when restaurants offer some "healthy" options on their regular menus. But how accurate are those calorie counts? Sometimes, not very. A recent study revealed that low-cal restaurant meals may contain up to 18 percent more calories than what's stated in the nutrition information. So...
  15. CASPER

    Natural Way to Soothe Postworkout Aches

    Take the "ouch" out of workouts by cooking with this spicy little root: ginger. A new study shows that getting ample amounts of ginger every day could help decrease postworkout muscle pain by up to 25 percent. "G" Is for Ginger In the study, participants took about half a teaspoon of raw or...
  16. Unhypnotized

    Ron Paul approval rating 84% in his district, so much for him not representing his pe

    Daily Paul Liberty Forum March 2, 2010 A Moore Information survey conducted for Paul’s campaign showed Paul picking up 74 percent of the vote in a primary contest. Seventy-nine percent said they had a favorable impression of Paul, with 84 percent approving of his job performance. “I...
  17. CASPER

    Mitt Romney won't run for Ted Kennedy's seat

    Former Massachusetts GOP Gov. Mitt Romney will not seek the Senate seat vacated by Ted Kennedy’s death, a Romney spokesman said Thursday. Responding to speculation that Romney may be interested in the seat — which he challenged Kennedy for in 1994 — Eric Fehrnstrom, a spokesman for Romney’s...
  18. CASPER

    Venezuela OKs redistricting opposed by Chavez foes

    CARACAS, Venezuela – Venezuelan lawmakers on Friday approved an election law to redraw voting districts, a step that President Hugo Chavez's opponents say will give his party a big advantage in next year's congressional vote. Ruling party lawmaker Iroshima Bravo downplayed the opposition's...
  19. CASPER

    Americans lacking in emergency funds

    Many Americans are badly lagging in their emergency funds even as rising unemployment increases the odds they will need to rely on them to get by, a new survey released Tuesday shows. Forty-nine percent of employed adults interviewed in a nationwide poll conducted for Country Financial said...
  20. CASPER

    Rally's fate hinges on Fed, home sales

    NEW YORK (Reuters) – Without further signs of life in the lackluster economy or hints from the Federal Reserve the outlook is improving, stocks' three-month rally may run into more obstacles next week. Investors will assess data on new and existing home sales that could point to whether the...