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Moonbats are already blaming the tornadoes in OK on Republicans and global warming
Ted Nugent: My Dear Misinformed Brother
Thousands of anti-gay protesters riot in Georgia: Chaos on streets as Orthodox priests join march and threaten to lash gay pride activists with NETTLES
Russia Building 'Terrorist Killing' Robo-Cop
Taxes on some wealthy French top 100 pct of income
Something at the IRS Doesn't "Add Up"
Up the ... pooper - with --- Anderson Cooper!
Our country is either being run by the most incompeteny bunch of boobs*
dems are no longer Americans ... they are party members --- Can you say GESTAPO
This is the ... effect of liberalism --- death - destruction..
star drek ... I went to see it --- I regret having gone.
'What would you do if you woke up with a groggy head, metallic taste in your mouth, in a strangers house... seen come [sic] dripping from the side of your face from your mouth --- realizing that someone had blown their f***** load in you?
IJustWantTruth ... IJustWantTruth --- IJustWantTruth
this could be the one ... that finally convinces him - Obama --- that it's time to go.
“Carville - This is all over in 30 days” ... Obama’s resigning within 30 days --- Thanks for the good news!
Wheel of Fortune
Would You Believe The Administration Got Phone Records of The House Of Representatives?
guy trying to get a job ... as a waitress at a hooters restaurant --- Just not the right fit.
The Benghazi Cover-up Video
BOMBSHELL… ABC Analyst: West Wing Of White House Authorized IRS-Gate Targeting (Video)
This woman is the poster child ... for everything wrong with our education system - political correctness --- liberal idology
I for one ... am offended by --- the perpetually offended!
THIS is the Week where Benghazigate Devours the Wicked Obama Regime
The Dismal (But Necessary) Science
how to ... beat obombacare --- get a job for your children !
Pawn shop fake - trash !
GOP Sen. Inhofe ... Obama could be impeached over --- Benghazi 'cover-up'
The MillStone ... around Obummer & Clinton `s --- necks
The Pirate Bay Now Hosts The 3D Printed Gun That The Government Took Off Of Defense Distritibuted's Web Page
RIP OFF ... Beware!!! --- 60
They gave up four Americans ... without so much as a blink --- of their jaundice eyes.
Antibiotics could cure 40pc of chronic back pain patients
Scientists Invent Oxygen Particle That If Injected, Allows You To Live Without Breathing
Boston Bomber to be buried at Arlington?
Student mad at teacher at Duncanville
So this will rule the news cycles ... until Gosnell is found innocent --- Then it’s back to abortion - gay marriage - illegal immigration.
Now the Mainstream Media is ... full of kiss-ups --- to the liberal agenda.
Rand Paul Compares Marco Rubio’s Immigration Plan To Obamacare: ‘I Hate To Bring That Up, But…’
Socialist Hurls Racist Hate Speech, Assaults Ron Paul Supporter
The Battle For Seattle: May Day, 2013
Masked Woman Desecrates US Flag In Horse Manure on May Day (Portland Oregon Freak)
Is That Occupy Portland Dancing Around a Golden Calf on May Day?
Listen Sugart!ts ... you really need to re-enter --- the Earth's atmosphere.
Broken Arrow drivers uncomfortable by chiropractor's sign
Frantic 911 call leads to 3 missing women in Ohio
Bitcoin helps fund world’s first 3D-printed gun, now test fired and available for download
Is Benghazi Becoming a Watergate, or Iran-Contra, or Both?
Cesar Conda – Marco Rubio’s chief of staff worked for George Soros
TEXAS-ISRAEL DAY AT THE CAPITOL MAY 8,
Wouldn't it be funny if someone sent this government suck ass a message of go to hell
Russian Inventor of Personal Submarine Takes her to Finland and Back
Post Date: 2006-11-12 18:21:14 by A K A Stone
There are different things that are of personal use. There are personal computers, personal music players, personal phones. Transportation means are also became much more personal in 20th century, personal cars, bikes, skiing etc. This Russian man from St. Petersburg got his personal submarine. He built it himself and it is the smallest submarine in Russia, officially registered as a boat by Russian boat registry and has got its own personal name and number. He can make an underwater trip from St. Petersburg to Helsinki, Finland and back without stops, and he can go as fast as four knots. The interesting thing that he is based in St. Petersburg which is in Northern part of Russia ...
Paper battery developed and unveiled by Rocket of Korea
Post Date: 2006-11-12 18:11:50 by A K A Stone
Oh those crazy Koreans. They keep pumping out devices that boast DMB radios, multi-megapixel cameras, and unique swiveling designs, but what about powering these multifunction devices? Rocket has come along and developed a paper battery that "does not include toxic chemicals nor cause explosion or fire." Taking a little direct poke at Sony, are we? The ultra-thin and flexible power pack can be used in a number of applications, most notably in an "RFID tag, smart card, cosmetics and drug delivery system, among others."They say that the battery is well suited for "whitening, anti-aging, wrinkle care and moisturizing" devices.
Post Date: 2006-10-27 13:45:00 by A K A Stone
Modern medicine has an elegant new tool: the bubble. It sounds crazy, but if you take an oily solution, froth it into a bunch of tiny bubbles, and inject those into your bloodstream, when you hit them with ultrasound a nearly perfect image of your internal organs will bounce back. And that's just the beginning. "I expect microbubbles to revolutionize medical treatment across a wide array of fields, from gene therapy to chemotherapy," says Mark Borden, a biomedical engineer at UC Davis. Microbubbles first catapulted to prominence in the mid-'90s, when the FDA cleared them for use in imaging applications. They quickly became a cheap alternative to expensive scans all that's ...
Microbe discovery that may be more precious than gold
Post Date: 2006-10-22 23:35:02 by A K A Stone
THEY are the microbes from hell, or at least hell's postcode. A team of scientists has found bacteria living almost three kilometres underground, dining on sulfur in a world of steaming water and radioactive rock - completely independent of the sun. The organisms, which have been there for millions of years, will probably survive as long as the planet does, drawing energy from the stygian world around them. Found in water spilling out of a fissure in a South African goldmine in 2003, they are among the most primitive life forms described, researchers reported in yesterday's issue of the journal Science. What is unusual is that their underground home contains no nutrients traceable to ...
Fossil frogs yield 'soft tissues'
Post Date: 2006-07-27 21:50:36 by A K A Stone
Scientists have extracted marrow from the bones of frogs and salamanders that died 10 million years ago in the muddy swamps of north-eastern Spain. The first fossilised bone marrow known to science provides a rare insight into the make-up of prehistoric animals. It is preserved in remarkable detail; usually only hard tissue such as bone survives in the fossil record. The soft tissue may yield traces of protein and DNA, researchers report in the journal Geology. Bone marrow is the tissue that fills the centre of large bones, acting as a factory for producing new platelets and red and white blood cells. There are two types: haematopoietic (which can produce blood cells) and stromal ...
live feed to lift off - PRAYERS FOR THE EXPLORERS
Post Date: 2006-07-04 14:29:21 by TLBSHOW
live feed http://video.csupomona.edu/LiveTwo-245.asx
Scientist's Study Of Brain Genes Sparks a Backlash
Post Date: 2006-06-18 00:31:38 by Jhoffa_
Head Examined Dr. Lahn Connects Evolution In Some Groups to IQ; Debate on Race and DNA 'Speculating Is Dangerous' CHICAGO -- Last September, Bruce Lahn, a professor of human genetics at the University of Chicago, stood before a packed lecture hall and reported the results of a new DNA analysis: He had found signs of recent evolution in the brains of some people, but not of others. It was a triumphant moment for the young scientist. He was up for tenure and his research was being featured in back-to-back articles in the country's most prestigious science journal. Yet today, Dr. Lahn says he is moving away from the research. "It's getting too controversial," he says. Dr. Lahn ...
"Seeing machine" offers legally blind view of world
Post Date: 2006-06-10 12:29:48 by A K A Stone
CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts (Reuters) - A legally blind poet at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has designed a "seeing machine" that allows people with limited vision to see faces of friends, read or study the layouts of buildings they intend to visit. The device, which MIT estimates costs about $4,000 to manufacture, plugs into a personal computer and uses light-emitting diodes to project selected images into a person's eye, allowing visually impaired users to see words or pictures. "The advantage of this kind of display is there's no extraneous stuff in your peripheral vision that gets in the way," Elizabeth Goldring, who has published three volumes of poetry, ...
proof of water on mars
Post Date: 2006-06-01 20:55:58 by master_of_disaster
There is undeniable proof that water once existed on the planet Mars, a team of researchers has concluded in a series of 11 articles this week in a special issue of the journal Science. "The conclusion of the entire team, backed by substantial evidence, is that water was indeed present on Mars"A team of more than 100 scientists from numerous government agencies and universities, among them Mark Lemmon of Texas A&M University's College of Geosciences, co-wrote the articles. Lemmon was the principal author on one article and co-author on three others describing the work of Spirit and Opportunity, NASA's twin rovers that landed on Mars in January. The rovers landed in ...
IS global warming causing more devastating hurricanes worldwide?
Post Date: 2006-06-01 20:47:39 by master_of_disaster
Monday, August 29th, 2005 Is Global Warming Causing More Devastating Hurricanes Worldwide? Hurricane Katrina forced a mass evacuation of New Orleans and may leave up to a million people homeless. As this unprecedented storm deluges the South, we look at new evidence that human-induced global warming is causing the increased strength of tropical storms. [includes rush transcript] Hurricane Katrina was downgraded from a level five to a level four storm just before it made landfall in Louisiana this morning. The storm is judged by weather experts to have the strongest central force, or intensity, of any recorded storm in the United States except the Labor Day Hurricane of 1935. Torrential ...
Scientists Say Arctic Once Was Tropical
Post Date: 2006-05-31 22:55:17 by A K A Stone
WASHINGTON (AP) - Scientists have found what might have been the ideal ancient vacation hotspot with a 74-degree Fahrenheit average temperature, alligator ancestors and palm trees. It's smack in the middle of the Arctic. First-of-its-kind core samples dug up from deep beneath the Arctic Ocean floor show that 55 million years ago an area near the North Pole was practically a subtropical paradise, three new studies show. The scientists say their findings are a glimpse backward into a much warmer-than-thought polar region heated by run-amok greenhouse gases that came about naturally. Skeptics of man-made causes of global warming have nothing to rejoice over, however. The researchers say ...
Hurricane predictions for 06
Post Date: 2006-05-28 15:51:58 by master_of_disaster
Just days after the official close of the busiest Atlantic hurricane season on record and with one hurricane still churning in the Atlantic, the first 2006 forecast is out already. To the surprise of no one it predicts an active season. There's some modestly good news, however. "We foresee another very active Atlantic basin tropical cyclone season in 2006," states a report from a team including long-time forecasting guru William Gray of Colorado State University. "However, we do not expect to see as many landfalling major hurricanes in the United States as we have experienced in 2004 and 2005." This year, which was supposed to end Nov. 30, brought a record four ...
Weather outlook for Dayton area [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2006-05-27 21:49:30 by bushwacker9
5 Day Forecast Today Tomorrow Mon Tue Wed 6-10 Day Mostly Clear High: 85° Low: 66° Mostly Sunny High: 90° Low: 69° Isolated Thunderstorms High: 91° Low: 71° Isolated Thunderstorms High: 85° Low: 70° Scattered Thunderstorms High: 85° Low: 70°
Honda Says Brain Waves Control Robot
Post Date: 2006-05-25 08:25:32 by A K A Stone
TOKYO (AP) -- In a step toward linking a person's thoughts to machines, Japanese automaker Honda said it has developed a technology that uses brain signals to control a robot's very simple moves. In the future, the technology that Honda Motor Co. developed with ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories could be used to replace keyboards or cell phones, researchers said Wednesday. It also could have applications in helping people with spinal cord injuries, they said. In a video demonstration in Tokyo, brain signals detected by a magnetic resonance imaging scanner were relayed to a robotic hand. A person in the MRI machine made a fist, spread his fingers and then made a V-sign. Several ...
Tommy Thompson: America's Health Care System Will Collapse by 2013
Post Date: 2006-05-16 07:49:09 by continental op
Day one of GTC week began with the "C-Level Summit" at a downtown Sacramento hotel. State CIO Clark Kelso set the tone by outlining a few "global population demographics and their approaching impact on government and society," while preparing the audience for the keynote by former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy G. Thompson.
We are growing older as a population, Said Kelso, and that trend will continue through the 21st Century. "The number of people over 65 will more than double by mid century, and the number of those over 85 will quadruple." As a result, he said, society and government will focus more on aging, healthcare, transportation and mobility. And just as IT ...
Evolution In Action: Why Some Viruses Jump Species
Post Date: 2006-03-17 12:35:12 by libertarianbob01
Evolution In Action: Why Some Viruses Jump Species Researchers studying strains of a lethal canine virus and a related human virus have determined why the canine virus was able to spread so quickly from cats to dogs, and then from sick dogs to healthy dogs. Their studies may lead to a new understanding of the critical molecular factors that permit viruses to jump from one species to another information that could be helpful in assessing how much of a threat avian influenza is to humans. In advance online publication of a paper in the April 2006 issue of the Journal of Virology, Laura Shackelton, an HHMI predoctoral fellow at the University of Oxford in England, examined the ...
Another dinosaur extinction theory offered
Post Date: 2006-03-09 20:12:13 by A K A Stone
LEICESTER, England, March 9 (UPI) -- University of Leicester geologists say volcanoes, not meteorites, might be a more likely cause of mass extinctions on Earth, including that of dinosaurs. Professor Andy Saunders and Marc Reichow suggest the extinctions might have been caused by flood basalts -- giant volcanic eruptions that can coat continental-size areas with basalt lava. Such events correspond with all main mass extinctions. The flood basalts, say Saunders and Reichow, might have released enough greenhouse gases to dramatically change the Earth's climate. Said Saunders: "Impacts are suitably apocalyptic. They are the stuff of Hollywood. It seems that every kid's dinosaur book ...
Testing para breaks
Post Date: 2006-03-09 11:04:00 by Neil McIver
Test to see if post without preview omits para breaks. Paragraph #2
The Chemical & Toxicological Impossibility Of The Auschwitz Gas Chamber Legend
Post Date: 2006-03-04 14:15:54 by libertysplenipotentiary
Preliminary note: This essay is dedicated to Holocaust revisionist scholar Dr. Robert Faurisson. He was the first to point out the chemical and toxicological impossibility of these Auschwitz gas chamber stories. Section one In early 2005, Holocaust historian Deborah Lipstadt published her widely admired History on Trial: My Day in Court with David Irving.1 The book is her version of events surrounding the high-profile, 2000 libel trial in which British historian David Irving sued Lipstadt for labeling him a "Holocaust denier." During the duration of the trial, the media spotlight fell upon the ongoing battle between revisionist and traditional views of the Jewish tragedy during ...
Distillery to Revive 184-Proof Whisky
Post Date: 2006-03-02 07:54:53 by continental op
A Scottish distillery said Monday it was reviving a centuries-old recipe for whisky so strong that one 17th-century writer feared more than two spoonfuls could be lethal. Risk-taking whisky connoisseurs will have to wait, however _ the spirit will not be ready for at least 10 years. The Bruichladdich distillery on the Isle of Islay, off Scotland's west coast, is producing the quadruple-distilled 184-proof _ or 92 percent alcohol _ spirit "purely for fun," managing director Mark Reynier said. Whisky usually is distilled twice and has an alcohol content of between 40 and 63.5 per cent. Bruichladdich is using a recipe for a spirit known in the Gaelic language as usquebaugh-baul, ...
Tricycles for Grownups? Cross a motorcycle with a small car, and you get a new kind of hybrid -- the three-wheeler
Post Date: 2006-02-27 08:11:47 by continental op
Auto makers -- even some big ones, like Daimler-Chrysler's (DCX) Mercedes-Benz -- have been developing car-motorcycle hybrids and other three-wheeled vehicles for years. But what's different now is that some of these concepts, such as the Volkswagen GX3 unveiled this month at the Los Angeles Auto Show, could actually make it to the marketplace (see BW Online, 1/12/06, "Concept Cars Are Getting Real"). And the GX3, backed by VW's global distribution capability, would stand a chance to develop a niche market. Advertisement Three-wheeled vehicles of one kind or another are quite common in the developing world, and were familiar sights in European countries as recently as 20 years ...
Like a virgin...Like a virgin...Women are having surgery to rejuvenate their love lives
Post Date: 2006-02-27 08:05:56 by continental op
When Jeanette Yarborough decided to give her husband a gift for their seventeenth wedding anniversary she wanted it to be special. Really special. She decided that conventional treats such as Mediterranean cruises, gold watches, cars, a murder-mystery weekend, or even a boob job just weren?t going to cut it. She gave him something much more personal ? and painful. Her virginity. Well, sort of. Mrs Yarborough paid $5,000 (£2,860) to a cosmetic surgeon to stitch her hymen back together so she could ?lose her virginity? all over again and her husband would have that thrilling conquest at the grand age of 40. He did, and after that very expensive moment the ecstatic couple spent a ...
New Evidence That Natural Selection Is A General Driving Force Behind The Origin Of Species
Post Date: 2006-02-24 11:07:56 by libertarianbob01
New Evidence That Natural Selection Is A General Driving Force Behind The Origin Of Species Charles Darwin would undoubtedly be both pleased and chagrined: The famous scientist would be pleased because a study published this week finally provides the first clear evidence that natural selection, his favored mechanism of evolution, drives the process of species formation in a wide variety of plants and animals. But he would be chagrined because it has taken nearly 150 years to do so. What Darwin did in his revolutionary treatise "On the Origin of Species" was to explain how many of the extraordinary biological traits possessed by plants and animals arise from a single process, ...
Why some longtime lovers look alike
Post Date: 2006-02-22 08:10:18 by continental op
Forget about opposites attracting. We like people who look like us, because they tend to have personalities similar to our own. And, a new study suggests, the longer we are with someone, the more similarities in appearance grow. Researchers set out to investigate why couples often tend to resemble one another. They asked 11 male and 11 female participants to judge the age, attractiveness and personality traits of 160 real-life married couples. Photographs of husbands and wives were viewed separately, so the participants didn't know who was married to whom. Story continues below ? advertisement The test participants rated men and woman who were actual couples as looking alike and having ...
Mind Control by Parasites
Post Date: 2006-02-22 08:04:55 by continental op
Half of the world's human population is infected with Toxoplasma, parasites in the body?and the brain. Remember that. Toxoplasma gondii is a common parasite found in the guts of cats; it sheds eggs that are picked up by rats and other animals that are eaten by cats. Toxoplasma forms cysts in the bodies of the intermediate rat hosts, including in the brain. Since cats don't want to eat dead, decaying prey, Toxoplasma takes the evolutionarily sound course of being a "good" parasite, leaving the rats perfectly healthy. Or are they? Oxford scientists discovered that the minds of the infected rats have been subtly altered. In a series of experiments, they demonstrated that healthy rats ...
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