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Seven are confirmed dead in downtown Oslo Norway,
though there is no confirmation of how many were
killed at Utøya.
There are unconfirmed reports that Prime Minister
Jens Stoltenberg was targeted in today's attacks.
He happened to be working at home Friday and was
unharmed by the bombing, per his senior adviser OivindSeven are confirmed dead in downtown Oslo Norway, though there is no confirmation of... more
Chile — An unusual storm bringing hurricane-force winds,
heavy rain and hail has damaged more than 100 homes in a
Chilean lake resort. Emergency officials were already
dealing with a volcanic eruption in the region. Winds
blew at nearly 125 mph (200 kph), the equivalent of a
Category 3 hurricane, ripping off roofs in Villarrica
in southern Chile. Several people were injured.Chile — An unusual storm bringing hurricane-force winds, heavy rain and hail... more
Shocking Joplin Tornado Aftermath Raw Video (Please Share)
Joplin, Missouri, is still reeling from a
massive tornado with winds reaching 200 mph
The tornado is the deadliest since 1947,
claiming 126 lives.
Ways to donate and help call 1-800-SAL-ARMY
text "JOPLIN" to 80888 to make a $10 donation.
News & PoliticsShocking Joplin Tornado Aftermath Raw Video (Please Share)... more
When the ice machine on Skipper Paul's boat breaks down, fixing it becomes top priority. The crew's attention is stolen away when a huge catch tugs at their lines, leaving the ice machine tacked together with electrical tape. Can the boat hold out for the catch?
Off the coast of Australia, tough-as-nails longline fishermen risk it all on the hunt for monster-sized tuna and swordfish. Hooked on Danger goes to sea with three larger than life skippers and their crews as they brave treacherous storms, brutal working hours and their own hot tempers. When the fish are biting, a five-day trip can bring in $100,000; but a bad catch means the crew can spend days of grueling work at sea without earning a penny. For some it's an adrenaline rush; for others, it's simply a way of life.
Double up on episodes of "Hooked on Danger." New episodes air Wednesdays at 9PM and another at 9:30PM on Current TV.
Current Media, the Peabody-and Emmy Award-winning television and online network founded in 2005 by Al Gore and Joel Hyatt, engages viewers with smart, provocative and timely programming -stories that no one else is telling in ways that no one else is telling them. Current's programming shines a light where others won't dare and boldly explores important subjects -- opening minds, sparking conversations and forming deep connections with its viewers. The channel's audience is comprised of affluent, curious, social and connected adults who crave the kind of entertaining, enlightening, witty and informative programming found on Current's TV and online properties. Current is now available via cable and satellite TV in 75 million households worldwide - 60 million households in the US - through distribution partners Comcast (Channel 107); Time Warner ; DirecTV (Channel 358 nationwide); Dish Network (Channel 196 nationwide); Verizon and AT&T. In the UK and Ireland, Current is available on BSkyB (Channel 183) and Virgin Media (Channel 155), and in Italy, Current is available on Sky Italia (Channel 130). Viewers can also find Current online at www.current.com.When the ice machine on Skipper Paul's boat breaks down, fixing it becomes top... more
January 15, 2011: New dramatic amateur footage has emerged of the beginning moments when the deadly floods struck Queensland, Australia.January 15, 2011: New dramatic amateur footage has emerged of the beginning moments... more
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VIDEO de la casa donde ocurrio la balacera...
Five people were shot - four of them fatally - at a house in Seattle's Highland Park neighborhood. The shooter is among the dead. A wounded woman was able to run out of the house.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfZtB3ASb08VIDEO de la casa donde ocurrio la balacera... Five people were shot - four of them... more
The National Weather Service confirmed the severe damage created from severe storms in several states Thursday evening were as a result of at least 13 tornadoes, some long tracked and deadly.
http://www.examiner.com/weather-in-jackson/nws-confirms-over-a-dozen-tornadoes-across-4-states-including-2-killer-tornadoesThe National Weather Service confirmed the severe damage created from severe storms in... more
Twenty-one people are missing feared dead after heavy rain triggered a landslide which flattened part of a village in Sichuan, southern China.
:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-10771525Twenty-one people are missing feared dead after heavy rain triggered a landslide which... more
Oil spills can increase levels of toxic arsenic in the ocean, creating an additional long-term threat to the marine ecosystem, according to research published today in the journal Water Research.
Arsenic is a poisonous chemical element found in minerals and it is present in oil. High levels of arsenic in seawater can enable the toxin to enter the food chain. It can disrupt the photosynthesis process in marine plants and increase the chances of genetic alterations that can cause birth defects and behavioural changes in aquatic life. It can also kill animals such as birds that feed on sea creatures affected by arsenic.
In today’s study, a team from Imperial College London has discovered that oil spills can partially block the ocean’s natural filtration system and prevent this from cleaning arsenic out of the seawater. The researchers say their study sheds light on a new toxic threat from the Gulf of Mexico oil leak.
Arsenic occurs naturally in the ocean, but sediments on the sea floor filter it out of seawater, which keeps the levels of naturally occurring arsenic low. However, arsenic is also flushed into the ocean in wastewater from oil rigs and from accidental oil spills and leakages from underground oil reservoirs.
In the study, the researchers discovered that oil spills and leakages clog up sediments on the ocean floor with oil, which prevents the sediments from bonding with arsenic and burying it safely underground with subsequent layers of sediment. The scientists say this shutdown of the natural filtration system causes arsenic levels in seawater to rise, which means that it can enter the marine ecosystem, where it becomes more concentrated and poisonous the further it moves up the food chain.
The scientists say their work demonstrates how the chemistry of sediments in the Gulf of Mexico may be affected by the current oil leak.
Professor Mark Sephton, from the Department of Earth Science and Engineering at Imperial College London, says:
“We can’t accurately measure how much arsenic is in the Gulf at the moment because the spill is ongoing. However, the real danger lies in arsenic’s ability to accumulate, which means that each subsequent spill raises the levels of this pollutant in seawater. Our study is a timely reminder that oil spills could create a toxic ticking time bomb, which could threaten the fabric of the marine ecosystem in the future.”
Wimolporn Wainipee, postgraduate and lead author of the study from the Department of Earth Science and Engineering at Imperial College London, adds:
“We carried out our study before the leak in the Gulf of Mexico occurred, but it gives us a big insight into a potential new environmental danger in the region. Thousands of gallons of oil are leaked into the world’s oceans every year from big spills, offshore drilling and routine maintenance of rigs, which means many places may be at risk from rising arsenic levels, which could in the long run affect aquatic life, plants and the people who rely on the oceans for their livelihoods.”
For their research, the team analysed a mineral called goethite, one of the most abundant ocean sediments in the world, which is an iron bearing oxide.
The team carried out experiments in the laboratory that mimicked conditions in the ocean, to see how the goethite binds to arsenic under natural conditions. They discovered that seawater alters the chemistry of goethite, where low pH levels in the water create a positive change on the surface of goethite sediments, making them attractive to the negatively charged arsenic.
However, the scientists discovered that when they added oil, this created a physical barrier, covering the goethite sediments, which prevented the arsenic in the oil from binding to them. The team also found that the oil changed the chemistry of the sediments, which weakened the attraction between the goethite and arsenic.
In the future, the researchers plan to analyse other minerals such as clays and carbonates that are sediments on the ocean floor. Sediment content varies from ocean to ocean and the researchers will analyse how oil affects their ability to bind to arsenic after a spill.
http://scienceblog.com/35999/oil-spills-raise-arsenic-levels-in-the-ocean-says-new-research/Oil spills can increase levels of toxic arsenic in the ocean, creating an additional... more
Criss-crossing the valleys of Bolivia, hundreds of metres above the ground, is a network of makeshift cables. Clinging onto these cables, coca growers whizz across the mountains, transporting their harvest. Should they slip or the aged cables snap, they face certain death. Once they've reached the other side of the mountain, the danger doesn't end. The coca then has to be transported along the 'Camino de la Muerte', or Highway of Death'. It's the only route connecting La Paz, Bolivia's administrative capital, with the Amazon Basin. And it's officially the most dangerous road in the world.Criss-crossing the valleys of Bolivia, hundreds of metres above the ground, is a... more
Sixteen people, mostly women and children, have been killed in a crush at the famous Djinguereber mosque in Timbuktu.
link:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/8538312.stmSixteen people, mostly women and children, have been killed in a crush at the famous... more
For More Information about Milk go to http://www.notmilk.com
Read Robert Cohen's book Milk The Deadly Poison Available at Amazon.com or other major bookstores.
About the Author
Robert Cohen performed research in the 1970's on the hormonal effects on the brain and behavior. Twenty-five years later, this father of three became concerned about the most controversial drug approval in FDA hist More..ory, the genetically engineered hormone that is now in our milk supply. Along the way, Cohen discovered that milk is implicated in causing breast cancer, osteoporosis, heart disease, and chronic childhood illnesses. Cohen's skills as a researcher, and his passion for the safety of his family, led to his single-minded pursuit to expose the truth about milk. Based on his exhaustive and comprehensive research over the past six years, Cohen predicted the Mad Cow Disease outbreak. His dogged determination has set the American dairy industry on its ear. To insure that all citizens of the world learn the truth, Cohen founded and is executive director of America's Dairy Education Board, a group of nationally prominent doctors dedicated to dispelling the myth that milk is nature's perfect food.
This is a 1998 Hard Copy Special on MILK. What the government doesn't want you to know about milk. Don't drink milk, we know it contains fat and cholesterol but did you know it contains the protein CASEIN (which is basically a glue which leads to a lot of mucous build up and other health problems like asthma and congestion), milk also contains.. powerful growth hormones, viruses, a host of deadly chemical and biological bacterial agents, bovine proteins that cause allergies, insecticides, antibiotics, all this can trigger the growth of cancer and contributes to today's problem of obese children (ever notice why young girls breasts develop faster?). Cow's milk is the number one allergic food in this country. It has been well documented as a cause in diarrhea, cramps, bloating, gas, gastrointestinal bleeding, iron-deficiency anemia, skin rashes, atherosclerosis, and acne. It is the primary cause of recurrent ear infections in children. It has also been linked to insulin dependent diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, infertility, and leukemia. Milk and refined sugar make two of the largest contributions to food induced ill health in our country.For More Information about Milk go to http://www.notmilk.com Read Robert... more
The very cold arctic outbreak has turned deadly in Mississippi with even colder weather expected by Friday and Saturday. http://tinyurl.com/ydr9a9lThe very cold arctic outbreak has turned deadly in Mississippi with even colder... more
This is a peer reviewed study. They should have called it the sheeple flu because all the signs have been right in front of your face. This is lab made and is a bio-weapon. The vaccine either mutates the virus into a more deadly one and/or leaves squalene and thimerosal in your system to wreak future havoc.This is a peer reviewed study. They should have called it the sheeple flu because all... more
November, historically Mississippi's second most active month for tornadoes will likely remain calm through the end of the month.November, historically Mississippi's second most active month for tornadoes will... more
According to data since 1980 from the NCDC, there is usually a sharp peak in severe weather weather during Thanksgiving Week in Mississippi, typically from the 22nd to the 24th.According to data since 1980 from the NCDC, there is usually a sharp peak in severe... more
Dexter’s Deadly Halloween Romance
By Reid Baer
Thank you for seeing me doctor -
you see I have this friend, no, no …
more like a family member who
I’m very concerned about ‘cause
He has this certain … mentality
when it comes to women. Oh, well
it’s difficult to explain; he’s
a man like all men, any man
is when it comes to females you
know he’s like two people at least:
one can be adoring and caring,
the other separate and distinct .
I think he has secrets in his
thoughts seeking out beautifully wounded
women to help them ostensibly -
to listen to them – or save them
from themselves but he can’t save himself
from himself where a girl and sex
are concerned! Truth be told he will
find one – like stalk one – then fixate
on her like she was … his next meal.
Yeah, like a vampire he’ll put his
sharp teeth into the nap of her
neck and drain her body dry of
necessary fluids - blood and all!
Now it gets really creepy like
in a weird psychotic way like
a serial killer he finds this
super charged sexuality
from the conquest and then afterwards
he can’t catch a glimpse of who he
is - not even in a full length mirror.
It’s a terrible cycle, doc.
You gotta help him he’s like a -
real Dexter – a Dexter izer –
good and bad like cycles in a
Maytag washing machine he’s a
condemned human being half alive.
Yeah, like a zombie on steroids
with a poisoned love potion in
a needle; I tell you he goes
too far, with this business like a
sick romantic version of a
swine flu virus, he says. Whatta fake!
And then he’s perplexed when his wife –
that’s right – his wife! asks him why he
holds his head at night as though he
has a very very bad head ache.
-Dexter’s Deadly Halloween Romance By Reid Baer Thank you for seeing me... more
Gasniera C, C Dumontb, N Benachoura, E Claira, MC Chagnonb and GE Séralini. 2009. Glyphosate-based herbicides are toxic and endocrine disruptors in human cell lines. Toxicology doi:10.1016/j.tox.2009.06.006.
Synopsis by Negin P. Martin, Ph. D
Very low doses of some types of the herbicide Roundup can disrupt human liver cell function; the formulations' toxicity may be tied to their "inactive" ingredients rather than the active weed-killing ingredient glyphosate.
French scientists report that a number of Roundup formulations tested at very dilute concentrations can alter hormone actions and cause human liver cells to die within 24 hours of treatment.
The toxicity of some of the formulations was independent of how much glyphosate - the active herbicide in Roundup - they contained, suggesting it is other "inert" ingredients that may alone - or in combination with each other and/or the weedkiller - assault the cells. This study's results are similar to prior studies - as reported in a recent Environmental Health News article - that find human embryo cells are affected more by the Roundup formulations and an inert ingredient than by the active ingredient.
The levels of Roundup used in this study are similar to what is typically found in food crops or animal feed treated with Roundup. Because of this, it is possible that people, livestock and wildlife may be exposed to levels of the herbicide mix that can damage cells.
Glyphosate is harmful to humans and animals even at a very low dose. It is often tested by itself in regulatory studies to determine if the Roundup formulation is toxic.
However, according to this study, levels of glyphosate in Roundup formulations are not good indicators of toxicity.
The ingredients responsible for the increased potency of Roundup formulations seen in this study - as compared to purified glyphosate - remain unknown. The chemical formulas of herbicide additives are generally protected as trade secrets, and the researchers did not try to chemically identify them. Therefore, their effects cannot be easily investigated and they remain undetected in the environment.
Roundup was developed as a weapon against weeds. Many genetically modified (GM) plants have been developed to tolerate Roundup. Today, Roundup is the most widely used weedkiller in the world and 75 percent of all GM plants are engineered to resist the herbicide. Monsanto agricultural company produces both Roundup and Roundup-resistant GM plants.
Four Roundup formulations - Roundup Express 7.2 (R7.2), Bioforce (R360), Grands Travaux (R400) and Grands Travaux Plus (R450) - were tested in this study. All formulations were more potent than purified glyphosate (at similar levels to R360) in causing cell death. Surprisingly, R400 containing less glyphosate was more toxic to human liver cells than R450.
In the study, exposure of a single gene regulated by either estrogen or androgen hormones demonstrated that all formulations disrupt hormone function more efficiently than purified glyphosate. The findings show that the formulations act against the hormones to produce anti-estrogenic and anti-androgenic effects.Gasniera C, C Dumontb, N Benachoura, E Claira, MC Chagnonb and GE Séralini.... more
A warning that the new swine flu jab is linked to a deadly nerve disease has been sent by the Government to senior neurologists in a confidential letter.
The letter from the Health Protection Agency, the official body that oversees public health, has been leaked to The Mail on Sunday, leading to demands to know why the information has not been given to the public before the vaccination of millions of people, including children, begins.
It tells the neurologists that they must be alert for an increase in a brain disorder called Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS), which could be triggered by the vaccine.
GBS attacks the lining of the nerves, causing paralysis and inability to breathe, and can be fatal.
The letter, sent to about 600 neurologists on July 29, is the first sign that there is concern at the highest levels that the vaccine itself could cause serious complications.
It refers to the use of a similar swine flu vaccine in the United States in 1976 when:
* More people died from the vaccination than from swine flu.
* 500 cases of GBS were detected.
* The vaccine may have increased the risk of contracting GBS by eight times.
* The vaccine was withdrawn after just ten weeks when the link with GBS became clear.
* The US Government was forced to pay out millions of dollars to those affected.
Concerns have already been raised that the new vaccine has not been sufficiently tested and that the effects, especially on children, are unknown.
It is being developed by pharmaceutical companies and will be given to about 13million people during the first wave of immunisation, expected to start in October.
Top priority will be given to everyone aged six months to 65 with an underlying health problem, pregnant women and health professionals.
The British Neurological Surveillance Unit (BNSU), part of the British Association of Neurologists, has been asked to monitor closely any cases of GBS as the vaccine is rolled out.
One senior neurologist said last night: ‘I would not have the swine
flu jab because of the GBS risk.’
There are concerns that there could be a repeat of what became known as the ‘1976 debacle’ in the US, where a swine flu vaccine killed 25 people – more than the virus itself.
A mass vaccination was given the go-ahead by President Gerald Ford because scientists believed that the swine flu strain was similar to the one responsible for the 1918-19 pandemic, which killed half a million Americans and 20million people worldwide.
Within days, symptoms of GBS were reported among those who had been immunised and 25 people died from respiratory failure after severe paralysis. One in 80,000 people came down with the condition. In contrast, just one person died of swine flu.
More than 40million Americans had received the vaccine by the time the programme was stopped after ten weeks. The US Government paid out millions of dollars in compensation to those affected.
The swine flu virus in the new vaccine is a slightly different strain from the 1976 virus, but the possibility of an increased incidence of GBS remains a concern.
Shadow health spokesman Mike Penning said last night: ‘The last thing we want is secret letters handed around experts within the NHS. We need a vaccine but we also need to know about potential risks.
‘Our job is to make sure that the public knows what’s going on. Why
is the Government not being open about this? It’s also very worrying if GPs, who will be administering the vaccine, aren’t being warned.’
Two letters were posted together to neurologists advising them of the concerns. The first, dated July 29, was written by Professor Elizabeth Miller, head of the HPA’s Immunisation Department.
It says: ‘The vaccines used to combat an expected swine influenza pandemic in 1976 were shown to be associated with GBS and were withdrawn from use.
‘GBS has been identified as a condition needing enhanced surveillance when the swine flu vaccines are rolled out.
‘Reporting every case (cont'd)A warning that the new swine flu jab is linked to a deadly nerve disease has been sent... more