Archive for March, 2006 : Unexpected Warming in AntarcticaMarch 31st, 2006
Winter air temperatures over Antarctica have risen by more than 2C in the last 30 years, a new study shows.
China Death Threat for Oil TheftMarch 31st, 2006
The Chinese dictatorship has shown that oil is more valuable than human life by threatening to kill anyone caught stealing oil.
‘Mind Control’ Over Muscle PowerMarch 31st, 2006
Research suggests that it isn’t enough to just visualize an athletic performance but that thinking about muscles boost performance – something known for thousands of years by Qigong practioners. Qi follows thought, Qi = strength.
France’s Faliure To ReformMarch 31st, 2006
The French Welfare state is not sustainable, regardless of how much the whiners whine. Yet, even the new labor laws won’t fix what ails the French.
Better Off Under SaddamMarch 31st, 2006
America’s thug Saddam Hussein was one of America’s worst, yet he was way better than America itself. Instead of liberating Iraq the US has pitched it into hell.
God’s Torturers: From Torquemada to Opus DeiMarch 31st, 2006
Evil exists in many forms in many places. Torture is pure evil and supported only by the most evil among us.
Jamaica Awaits First Woman LeaderMarch 30th, 2006
Jamaica is to swear in its first female Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller.
Cyclone Glenda Lashes AustraliaMarch 30th, 2006
A major cyclone is crossing Australia’s remote north-west coastal region as thousands of residents ride it out.
WTO, GMO and Total Food ControlMarch 30th, 2006
The best way to manage pests is to control their food supply. Guess what? We are the pests and our food supply will soon be controlled by criminal corporations.
Wage War on Poverty, Not ImmigrantsMarch 29th, 2006
“Sa se puede!” Yes we can. They marched by the hundreds of thousands in Los Angeles, by the tens of thousands in Milwaukee, in Phoenix, in New York. Across the country, Hispanics dramatically entered what has been an increasingly ugly debate about immigration in this country.
Teen’s Discovery Could Save Millions of LivesMarch 29th, 2006
A 13 year-old girl has discovered a protein that kills E. coli 042 bacteria–responsible for killing about 6 million children every year.
Eating to Live: Friends Create Vegan CookbookMarch 29th, 2006
Diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer and given 6 months to live, Rita Myers found life and health in the form of a vegan diet – just what nature had intended.
Secret CIA Files Warned of AttacksMarch 29th, 2006
Did remote viewers detect the attacks of 911 well in advance?
Thousands of Students Boost US ‘People Power’March 29th, 2006
Thousands of high school pupils across the United States boycotted classes for the third straight day, hoping to derail a proposed law that would criminalise millions of illegal immigrants.
Justice Demanded for Agent Orange VictimsMarch 29th, 2006
Vietnam War veterans and social activists from several countries have demanded that Washington take responsibility for victims of the Agent Orange defoliant used by the U.S. military.
No Free Speech Rights in ClassroomsMarch 28th, 2006
A US District Judge has ruled that teachers do not have a right to free speech in schools.
Firefighters Go VeganMarch 27th, 2006
All 5 Firefighters of Team C at Firehouse 2 in Austin, Texas have plunged into a healthy vegan diet to fight heart disease.
Singer Morrissey Calls for End of Seal KillMarch 27th, 2006
Singer Morrissey has joined with supportors of life, saying he won’t tour Canada until the “barbaric slaughter” of baby seals ends. He has asked that people boycott Canadian products.
Women Go ‘Missing’ by the MillionsMarch 26th, 2006
One United Nations estimate says from 113 million to 200 million women around the world are demographically “missing.”
Homo Sapiens: The Most Dangerous DiseaseMarch 26th, 2006
Modern human plagues like bird flu aren’t the result of mysterious forces. Whether we mean to or not, we bring them on ourselves.
Drilling into a Hot VolcanoMarch 26th, 2006
Geologists in Iceland are drilling directly into the heart of a hot volcano.
Us Activists Rally for ImmigrantsMarch 26th, 2006
About half a million people have rallied in Los Angeles in the US state of California to protest against plans to criminalise undocumented workers.
Mini-Comets Approaching EarthMarch 25th, 2006
A cometary “string-of-pearls” will fly past Earth in May closer than any comet has come in almost 80 years.
The Serengeti in SiberiaMarch 25th, 2006
Humans hunted most giant mammals into extinction more than 10,000 years ago. Now researchers want to recreate that lost world in enormous Ice Age nature parks.
US Schools Told to Prepare for Bird FluMarch 25th, 2006
US Schools have been told to prepare for a pandemic that doesn’t exist and may never exist. Could it be for something else?
H5 Bird Flu No Immediate ThreatMarch 25th, 2006
Bird flu scare-mongers have taken a blow from a recent study that shows why it isn’t an imminent threat and may never be one.
Terminator Rejection – A Victory for the PeopleMarch 25th, 2006
The people have won against criminal corporations seeking to overturn a global ban on terminator seed technology. However, agro-chemical companies are still likely to ‘accidently’ release the suicide seeds at some point.
How to Save the SealsMarch 24th, 2006
The fact that Canadians are brutally killing 335,000 baby seals in front of their mothers for no reason other than greed, vanity and sheer stupidity has appalled and angered much of the world. Learn what you can do about it.
A Betrayal of the FactsMarch 24th, 2006
Those who have witnessed the slaughter of seal pups know the truth of this unacceptable activity, says the Humane Society.
Canada Turns its Back to the WorldMarch 24th, 2006
In response to a tsunami of global opposition Canadian goverment agencies have shut down their web sites and blocked Email servers. You can still voice your opposition though.
A New Ethics Needed to Save Life on EarthMarch 23rd, 2006
Affect, care, cooperation and responsibility are the four central principles of a new ethics that humanity urgently needs to adopt, in order to avoid becoming extinct as “a victim of itself,” – Leonardo Boff
Ecuador Declares State of EmergencyMarch 23rd, 2006
Ecuadorians protesting their government’s sell-out to the US have met with stiff reprisals from the corrupt and greedy thugs that rule their country.
Band Banned for Defending FreedomMarch 23rd, 2006
A Christian Patriot band advocating bearing of arms and defending the constitution was booted from performing a concert at Rutgers University.
Argentina to Open Secret ArchivesMarch 23rd, 2006
Argentina has finally decided to make public all secret archives of the armed forces to help uncover the gross human rights atrocities committed by the military.
Whatâ€™s Become of Americans?March 23rd, 2006
Imagine knocking on Americaâ€™s door and being told, “Americans donâ€™t live here any longer. They have gone away.”
Grammar Revealed in a Whaleâ€™s Love SongMarch 23rd, 2006
Humans still don’t know what whales are saying but they are at least accepting that whale have something to say.
How To Spot a Baby ConservativeMarch 23rd, 2006
Do whiny children tend to grow up rigid and traditional while confident, resilient, self-reliant kids grow into liberals?
Panama Offers to Host Operation MiracleMarch 23rd, 2006
Panama has offered to host a program to provide eye operations for up to 6 million poor latin americans over the next 10 years. The program is being sponsored by Venezuela and Cuba.
State after State Repudiates BushMarch 22nd, 2006
Bushâ€™s admission that he expects to leave the Iraq War mess behind for his successor to clean up underscores why he is facing a historic collapse in polls across the country.
‘UFO’ mystery still haunts someMarch 22nd, 2006
Forty years ago today, for a brief but interesting time, Washtenaw County, Michigan became the flying saucer capital of the Midwest.
Brits Pay Out for Mind ControlMarch 22nd, 2006
The British Secret Service, MI6, has finally compensated some of the victims of its illegal mind control experiments.
Organic Waste-Powered CarsMarch 21st, 2006
Clean energy is here now and abundantly available. Organic waste can be converted to methane and used in cars, for heat and to generate power.
Pentagon Planning on Attacking US Sites?March 20th, 2006
The recent revelation that the US Dept. of Defense hired MZM, Inc. to obtain data on the lattitude, longitude and altitude of domestic airports, ports, dams, churches, schools and power plants should raise some serious questions.
Boycott CanadaMarch 20th, 2006
Even though 70% of Canadians and most of the rest of the world oppose the slaughter of baby seals, the Canadian govt. has responded by increasing the number to be killed to 335,000. It is time to boycott all things Canadian.
Explorer ends Russia eco-missionMarch 19th, 2006
A French environmentalist arrived in Moscow’s Red Square on Sunday with his 10 sleigh dogs at the end of an 8,000km (5,000 mile) expedition across Russia.
We the People Refuse to FightMarch 19th, 2006
Wars require willing participants. US soldiers can end the war against the people of Iraq by simply not participating.
US & Russia Push Nuclear MadnessMarch 18th, 2006
Instead of allowing fuel efficiency and clean energy the dark forces are once again pushing for the most expensive and dangerous power source – nuclear.
Chernobyl: the LegacyMarch 18th, 2006
Don’t believe what the nuclear power puppets are saying, simply look at the historical facts.
Nuclear Reactors Leaking Radioactive WaterMarch 18th, 2006
It has recently been revealed that existing nuclear power plants are leaking radioactive tritium into the ground and contaminating ground water.
Iraq-Scam Could Surpass $1 TrillionMarch 18th, 2006
The Bush gang steals $200 million of taxpayers money every day under the guise of ‘liberating Iraq’. How much of YOUR money are they getting?
Southern California Water Poisoned with FluorideMarch 18th, 2006
People in Southern California will soon be poisoned even further by their water supply when a new fluoridation plant comes online.
Bt Crops Threaten Public HealthMarch 18th, 2006
Exposure to genetically engineered Bt sprays may lead to allergic skin sensitization and induction of IgE and IgG antibodies, based on recent scientific studies.
Biotech Foods: International Safety Laws AgreedMarch 18th, 2006
Good news for a change – Recent UN talks have resulted in an agreement to require labelling of genetically engineered grains.
The Truth About Canada in AfghanistanMarch 18th, 2006
Canada’s ‘peace-keeping’ activities in Afghanistan are not entirely what mass media has made them out to be.
Thousands join anti-war protestMarch 18th, 2006
Up to 100,000 anti-war protesters have turned out for a demonstration in central London calling for UK troops to leave Iraq.
Whale Thanks RescuersMarch 17th, 2006
In case you missed the story about a humpback whale who thanked her rescuers.
A Continent Splits ApartMarch 17th, 2006
Normally new rivers, seas and mountains are born in slow motion. The Afar Triangle near the Horn of Africa is another story. A new ocean is forming there with staggering speed — at least by geological standards. Africa will eventually lose its horn.
Going to the DogsMarch 17th, 2006
Open your mind to the possibility that non-traditional modes of communication do exist.
Israelis Rally Against Canada Seal SlaughterMarch 17th, 2006
Animal rights activists demonstrated outside the Canadian Embassy in south Tel Aviv to protest the barbaric slaughter of baby seals.
Organic Acreage Increases WorldwideMarch 17th, 2006
The latest global data on organic farming shows that more than 31 million hectares of farmland are under organic management worldwide, a gain of around five million hectares in a single year.
Shoshone Struggle Earns World RecognitionMarch 16th, 2006
Though their plight has earned the sympathies of human rights groups and the UN, an embattled Indian nation sees an uphill fight ahead to gain the respect traditional leaders demand from Washington.
LATIN AMERICA: Victims of GlyphosateMarch 16th, 2006
If you aren’t eating organically grown food you are paying for the poisoning of the planet and yourself. Industrial agriculture uses toxic chemicals that are contaminating people and the planet.
MoonquakesMarch 16th, 2006
NASA astronauts are going back to the moon and when they get there they may need quake-proof housing.
Global warming reaches ‘tipping point’March 16th, 2006
Even if humans stopped producing all green house gases today, it is too late to prevent disaster.
Worldâ€™s largest CO2 Capture Pilot PlantMarch 16th, 2006
Carbon capture and storage technology offers a bridge from our current fossil fuel-based energy system to one that has near-zero carbon emissions.
Manual Pumps Ease East Africa DroughtMarch 16th, 2006
Low cost human powered “Moneymaker” pumps manufactured in Arusha, Tanzania are contributing to poverty reduction by getting water where it is needed.
Iraq & the Nuremberg PrecedentMarch 16th, 2006
As the US war against the people of Iraq enters its 3rd year, much of the commentary is focusing on Bush’s “incompetence” not the fact that the war is illegal and immoral.
The US Gulag Prison SystemMarch 16th, 2006
The US imprisons more people than any other country and holds its prisoners in horrible conditions. Most prisoners are minorities and most are in prison on minor drug charges.
Liberian Leader Wows US CongressMarch 16th, 2006
Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has become one of the few women to address a joint sitting of the United States congress.
Pepper Reverses Prostate CancerMarch 16th, 2006
The ingredient which makes jalapeno peppers hot also kills prostate cancer cells, a study suggests.
US Opposes Human Rights CouncilMarch 16th, 2006
The UN passed a resolution calling for a new Human Rights Council. The only countries voting against the resolution were the US, Israel and puppet states of Marshall Islands & Palau.
Vegan Lifestyle Supports Life!March 15th, 2006
March 20th is the great American Meatout. If your aren’t vegan you should try it for a day. If American’s simply at 10% less meat the savings in grain that would have fed the cows, chickens & pigs could feed all the hungry humans and help reduce green-house gases.
Vegan Diet can be Balanced, NutritiousMarch 15th, 2006
Eating Vegan can be healthy and nutritious but it requires the same care as any other diet – eat real food, not junk.
Global Warming Caused by Tunguska Explosion?March 15th, 2006
According to Vladimir Shaidurov of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the global warming of the past 100 years could be due to atmospheric changes that are not connected to human emissions of carbon dioxide from the burning of natural gas and oil.
Winter Warmest Ever on Record in CanadaMarch 15th, 2006
The winter of 2005-2006 has been Canada’s warmest on record and the federal agency Environment Canada said Monday it was investigating whether it’s a sign of global warming.
Carbon Dioxide Hit Record in 2005March 15th, 2006
The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere climbed to its highest levels ever.
An Ethical Diet: The Joy of Being VeganMarch 15th, 2006
There is no real reason to not be vegan and doing so is better for the planet, animals and your health.
A Veteran’s Letter to George BushMarch 12th, 2006
“I Return Enclosed the Symbols of My Years of Service”
Culture of Intellectual CorruptionMarch 11th, 2006
Corruption of any kind corrupts. It costs us either money or confidence or both. But intellectual corruption is far more dangerous. It ruins and costs lives.
Argentina’s poor to dine in styleMarch 10th, 2006
A community kitchen to feed the poor has opened in the centre of Puerto Madero, the most affluent area in Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires.
Campus CrueltyMarch 10th, 2006
“Animal abuse” may not be listed on the curriculum at any of the colleges or universities around the country,but behind closed doors at many academic institutions, graduate students and faculty supervisors cause pain and suffering to animals through unnecessary laboratory experiments.
Finger-Lickin’ BadMarch 10th, 2006
If you eat chicken that you haven’t grown yourself you are creating horrors that you really should know about it. Read on only if you dare to know the results of your actions.
Solar Storm WarningMarch 10th, 2006
It’s official: Solar minimum has arrived. Sunspots have all but vanished. Solar flares are nonexistent. The sun is utterly quiet. Like the quiet before a storm.
Doctors attack US over GuantanamoMarch 10th, 2006
More than 250 medical experts have signed a letter condemning the US for force-feeding prisoners on hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Fighting Terror or Pushing Bigotry?March 9th, 2006
Itâ€™s hard to conceive how the United States will win a “war of ideas” in the Islamic world when American leaders flock to a Washington conference where Muslims are publicly insulted and the U.S. officials fail to voice objections to the bigotry.
Amnesty Honors Montenegro ActivistMarch 9th, 2006
Ljiljana Raicevic to Receive Honor at Amnesty Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon in April and Begin a Speaking Tour visiting San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington, DC and New York.
We All Live in Poletown NowMarch 9th, 2006
25 years ago the state of Michigan proved that property ownership in the US is merely a delusion and that private corporation can take whatever they want.
102 Pedophile Priests in Dublin, IrelandMarch 9th, 2006
The Catholic Church recently admitted that 102 of its Dublin priests are suspected of sexually abusing children. In Catholic Ireland it is estimated that 27% of children are molested.
Clean Energy Now Cost EffectiveMarch 9th, 2006
For the first time in modern history, clean-energy technologies are becoming cost-competitive with their “dirtier” counterparts.
The Dark Side of Chinaâ€™s RiseMarch 9th, 2006
The only thing rising faster than China is the hype about China. Most people are quick to forget that China is still a horribly corrupt and oppresive dictatorship that preys upon its citizens.
A gospel’s rocky path from Egypt’s desert to printMarch 9th, 2006
When the Gospel of Judas first surfaced in Geneva in 1983, scholars wondered if the mysterious text could trigger a reappraisal of history’s most infamous traitor.
Senate Urged to Safeguard Species ActMarch 9th, 2006
Nearly 6,000 biologists from around the country signed a letter Wednesday urging senators to preserve scientific protections about to axed by the Bush monkies.
Food Corporations Want to Freedom to PoisonMarch 9th, 2006
Big bad corporations are pushing a bill that would eliminate local control over food safety disclosures.
Vegan Lifestyle good for the heart, body, soul & mindMarch 9th, 2006
Want to be healthy and slim and reduce your negative impact on the planet? Go vegan!
Andrew Young Betrays Us AllMarch 6th, 2006
Andrew Young, a former member of Dr. King’s inner circle who went on to serve three terms in Congress, a stint as UN ambassador and two terms as mayor of Atlanta before cashing out his Freedom Movement chips to whore for Wal-Mart.
US Supported Iran Nuclear ProgramMarch 6th, 2006
Just as the US sold Saddam what he needed for his various weapons programs and then used the weapons as an excuse to attack Iraq, the US also previously supported Iran’s nuclear program.
CIA sued over ‘deletions’ in bookMarch 6th, 2006
A former CIA member is suing the US intelligence agency for allegedly violating his constitutional right to free speech.
UK Ministers Back ‘Terminator’ GM CropsMarch 6th, 2006
UK Ministers on the payroll of Monsanto are trying to overturn an international agreement banning the world’s most horrific genetic modification of crops, terminator technology. The extremely dangerous technology can only spell disaster for all life.
COUNT â€™EMMarch 5th, 2006
Perhaps the only thing needed to bring real democracy to America is to allow the people themselves to elect the President instead of the electoral college.
Macca & Mills: The Seal Pup TourMarch 5th, 2006
Sir Paul McCartney and his wife Heather Mills-McCartney were involved in a television row with a senior Canadian politician about the country’s barbaric slaughter of baby seals.
Vegan Vixen Show OnlineMarch 5th, 2006
The Vegan Vixen Show will be streamed over ReelTime’s Broadband network at http://www.reeltimetv.net .
Himalayan melting risk surveyedMarch 5th, 2006
A new weather station is expected to show the extent of warming in the Himalayas, one of the world’s biggest deposits of ice and a key source of fresh water
Remote Controlled SharksMarch 4th, 2006
Engineers funded by the US military have created a neural implant designed to control a shark’s brain and movements, and perhaps even decode what it is feeling. Human trials are secretly underway and more volunteers are needed.
Africa Could Face More DroughtsMarch 4th, 2006
Africa could be faced with 25% less water by the end of the century because of global warming. The reduction in water combined with Africa’s rampant over-population equals more famine, disease and war unless action is taken.
Bizzaro – 93 degrees in Tulsa, OKMarch 4th, 2006
In case you haven’t noticed, something is seriously wrong with out planet. It was a record 93 degrees (34 C)in Tulsa on March 1.
IAEA Says No Evidence of Iranian Nuke PlanMarch 4th, 2006
George Bush claims that Iran is building nuclear weapons – The International Atomic Energy Agency says that there is no evidence of any Iranian nuclear weapons plan.
Digging Mass Graves at Dugway?March 4th, 2006
One can often get an indication of what the US government is up to by what it spends money on. It may be up to something scary in the Utah desert at Dugway Proving Grounds.
Depleted Uranium Measured in British AtmosphereMarch 4th, 2006
The insane usage of depleted uranium in munitions is contaminating large portions of the planet.
Discussing DestructionMarch 4th, 2006
Bottom trawling is destroying deep-sea habitats before we even know about them. You can stop paying for the destruction of the ocean’s by simply not eating sea creatures.
Antarctic Project Sparks ConcernMarch 4th, 2006
Hidden about 4km beneath the ice near the South Pole lies a lake that scientists believe represents a lost world, harbouring organisms sealed off from the rest of the planet for millions of years.
Soft Drinks Contain Cancer-Causing BenzeneMarch 4th, 2006
Traces of a carcinogenic chemical have been found in soft drinks at eight times the level permitted in drinking water.
US Rivers Totally Contaminated by PesticidesMarch 4th, 2006
Not eating organic food has a devastating effect on the planet as well as health. Is it worth the few cents you might save on your food bill?
Antarctic Ice Sheet is MeltingMarch 4th, 2006
New satellite measurements shows that Antarctic ice is melting much faster than previously predicted.
China-made “UFO” to debutMarch 4th, 2006
Beijing University has developed its own UFO.
Nuclear Pact with India Seen as SurrenderMarch 4th, 2006
Bush’s recent deal with India to legitimize and upgrade its nuclear weapons program will only create a new nuclear arms buildup.
1996 UFO Crash In Varginha, BrazilMarch 4th, 2006
In January of 1996, the Brazilian military allegedly took several alien entities into custody.
Project SERPO – More Disinfo?March 4th, 2006
Was Project SERPO really a project to send US military personnel with friendly visitors back to their planet or just more disinformation?
Sir Paul McCartney Tries to Save Baby SealsMarch 4th, 2006
Paul McCartney has journeyed to Canada in attempt to stop the barbarians from slaughtering hundreds of thousands of baby seals.
Green Algae for Carbon Capture & BiodieselMarch 4th, 2006
Taking carbon from inside the Earth and putting it into the atmosphere is a stupid thing to do, yet, we are doing it at ever greater rates and in the process threatening all life on Earth. What are the solutions?
Scientists Debate Where Petroleum Comes FromMarch 4th, 2006
Some scientists claim that oil may not all be from decomposed organic material and my be produced inside the Earth.
Car Engine Design BreakthroughMarch 4th, 2006
Students at West Philadelphia High School have built a car that can go from zero to 60 in four seconds and gets more than 50 miles to the gallon of soybean oil.
China’s Military Budget Jumps 14%March 4th, 2006
China has said it will increase its military spending by 14.7% this year.
Biofuels for Oil AddictsMarch 1st, 2006
Bioethanol and biodiesel is not an answer to the world’s energy woes. Growing the crops to produce the fuels competes with food. In conventional processing plants they bio-fuels use more in fossil fuel than the energy they provide.
Factory farms blamed for spread of bird fluMarch 1st, 2006
The obvious is finally being admitted – raising birds in cramped unsanitary and stressful conditions causes disease and the spread of disease. The solution – don’t eat birds.
Why Is Mt. Kilimanjaro Melting?March 1st, 2006
The glaciers on top of Mt. Kilimanjaro are melting rapidly, but it might not just be global warming that is the cause.