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 Planet Oceanus24 comments
picture29 May 2005 @ 20:44
[Oceans cover more than 70% of the Earth's surface. In fact, as author Brad Matsen and artist Ray Troll have pointed out (Matsen and Troll, 1994), an appropriate name for our planet is Planet Ocean. (The term Planet Oceanus has also been used: Pinet, 1992.)] [link]  More >

 Gulf Stream18 comments
picture15 May 2005 @ 15:34
Here is something on the current state of the Gulf Stream and some ideas about possible emerging scenarios. *-_*/
The Sunday Times - Ireland
May 08, 2005
Ireland faces big chill as ocean current slows.
Jonathan Leake, Science Editor
CLIMATE change researchers have detected the first signs of a slowdown in the Gulf Stream — the mighty ocean current that keeps Ireland and Europe from freezing. They have found that one of the “engines” driving the Gulf Stream — the sinking of supercooled water in the Greenland Sea — has weakened to less than a quarter of its former strength. The weakening, apparently caused by global warming, could herald big changes in the current over the next few years or decades. Paradoxically, it could lead to Ireland, Britain and northwestern Europe undergoing a sharp drop in temperatures.  More >

 If It's not . . .3 comments
picture8 May 2005 @ 16:44
"If it's not in the paper on or TV, it cain't be true."
Columnist and editor of the Chicago Tribune Media Service, Robert Koehler's article on election fraud was rejected, for first time in his career.
Both the rejected article (1) and his response to it (2) are below.
With introductory commentary from Brad's Blog.  More >

 Xs and Ys22 comments
picture2 Apr 2005 @ 19:27
X-celling Over Men

Published: March 20, 2005

Men are always telling me not to generalize about them.

But a startling new study shows that science is backing me up here.

Research published last week in the journal Nature reveals that women are genetically more complex than scientists ever imagined, while men remain the simple creatures they appear.  More >

 Crystal Ball9 comments
picture11 Mar 2005 @ 16:13
Crystal Ball. All that has already been set into motion is moving right along. The roller coaster ride is running out of grease. Dry rails for the downward slide, and some of the cars may tumble. Now taking bets for the countdown to crunchtime.
“After an almost instant depression seizes the modern industrialized world, and nation-states break down, the frantic attempts of people to feed themselves, stay warm and obtain fresh water (pumped presently via petroleum to a great extent), there will be no rescue. Die-off begins. The least petroleum-dependent communities will survive best. These "backward" nations will be emulated by the scrounging survivors of the U.S. and the rest of the "developed" world, as far as local food production will be tried - in a paved-over, toxic landscape by people who have lost touch with the land...”(Jan Lundberg) as quoted in
An Important Announcement
Michael C. Ruppert
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 Economic Relocation3 comments
picture25 Nov 2004 @ 17:31
Text excerpted from a recent interview with Mike Ruppert.
Overall article covers various contemporary issues.
All of we folks who live in cities and are ecoonomically linked to the system need to be thinking about alternatives.  More >

 Voting Machines0 comments
picture23 Aug 2004 @ 12:04
(Good morning America, How are you?)
CARACAS, Venezuela — A leading member of Venezula's opposition charged yesterday that touch-screen voting machines at at least 500 polling sites produced the same number of votes in favor of ousting President Hugo Chavez.
Such a result, said opposition lawmaker Nelson Rampersad, was statistically impossible and indicated that machines used in Sunday's referendum were rigged to limit the number of votes calling for Mr. Chavez's ousting.  More >

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