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(BBC) – Fukushima workers enter nuclear reactor building – Read More Here
(Rense) – No Protection For Fukushima’s ‘Expendable’ Citizens Or Us – Dr. Ilya Perlingieri – Read More Here
(Forbes) – EPA Halts Extra Radiation Monitoring; Focus Shifts To Seafood – Read More Here
(Higgins) – Japan Weather Chief Censored Fukushima Nuclear Radiation Forecasts To “Prevent Panic in Ordinary People” – Read More Here
(Higgins) – TEPCO: Pacific Ocean Radiation Found At Levels Up To 1,000 Normal In Seawater Up To 100 Feet Deep. – Read More Here
(InternationalForecaster) – Dollar Weaknesses Expected To Continue – Bob Chapman – Read More Here
Video: Bob Chapman – Discount Gold Silver Trading – Video Link Here
(InvestmentPostCards) – Gold Tsunami Coming – Read More Here
(Lira) – Fiscal Spending—The Steroids of GDP – Read More Here
(HarveyOrgan) – Mexico Buys 100 tonnes/Global Assault on Paper Gold and Silver continues – Read More Here
(Guardian) – Libya faces fuel crisis as oil supplies dwindle – Read More Here
(WSJ) – About 1 in 7 in U.S. Receive Food Stamps – Read More Here
(CNBC) – Dollar Hits 3 Year Low Against Basket Of Currencies – Read More Here
(RealScience) – Experts : “Arctic ice is melting faster than had been predicted” – Read More Here
(NationalReviewOnline) – Bill Richardson: Killing bin Laden Means Obama Can Pass a Climate Bill – Read More Here
(CharlieVLog) – Debt Path to O B L I V I O N – Charlie McGrath –
(WJTV) – Radioactive Water Pumped Into Mississippi River – Read More Here
(Hixson) – Radiation levels continue to rise in Amarillo Texas – May 3 2011 – Read More Here
(ENENews) – Fukushima forecast shows Cesium-137 and Iodine-131 over Northwestern US on May 5 (VIDEOS) – Read More Here
(ENENews) – Official: Japanese gov’t withheld radiation forecasts to prevent causing panic (VIDEO) – Read More Here
(ENENews) – Scientist: Radiation in food going to be a nationwide problem in US — Not just limited to one region
Fairewinds’ founder Maggie Gundersen interviews environmental scientist and professional engineer Marco Kaltofen about his ongoing analysis of radioactive fallout from Fukushima.
* 2:45 Internal radiation
* 5:00 Information on particles
* 9:00 Particles can land and continuous expose someone
* 11:10 Radiation in food going to be a nationwide problem
* 16:35 Geiger counter doesn’t measure dusty fallout
* 16:50 Gov’t agencies need to take on burden of testing, it’s going to be serious and we want to get info in a timely way
(OpenData) – Precipitation RadNet Laboratory Analysis – Read More Here
(NHKWorld) – Radiation levels in underground water rise – Read More Here
(Nuc.Berkeley) – UCB Milk Sampling Results – Read More Here
(NHKNews) – Japan Forces Top Official To Retract Prime Minister’s Comments That Fukushima Permanently Uninhabitable – Read More Here
(Kyodo) – Groundwater radiation level at nuke plant rises: TEPCO – Read More Here
(GlobalSecurityNewsWire) – Japan Plant Emits More Radiation After Cooling Lapse – Read More Here
(WashingtonsBlog) – Killing the Unborn … With Radiation – Read More Here
(Reuters) – Burial of Japan reactors trickier than Chernobyl: pump firm – Read More Here
REPOST – (Higgins) – EPA Only Monitoring For Iodine Not Cesium In Drinking Water And Refusing To Answer Why Monitors Are Offline – Read More Here
(IntelHub) – Fixing BROKEN Japan Nuclear Radiation Monitors IN 37 US Cities “NOT A PRIORITY” For Feds – Read More Here
(ENENews) – Latest UCB test results: First time radioactive cesium found in spinach, arugala, and kale around San Francisco Bay area – Read More Here
(Kyodo) – Melted nuclear fuel likely settled at bottom of crippled reactors – Read More Here
(Higgins) – Japan Nuclear Radiation Forecast – Concentrated Levels Of Xenon Moving Over US – Read More Here
(WashingtonsBlog) – U.S. Providing Inadequate Radiation Readings to the Public – Read More Here
(Hixson) – Plutonium Detected Again and Now Strontium Too – Read More Here
(ENENews) – Radioactive cesium levels continue to rise in milk from San Francisco Bay Area – Read More Here
(ENENews) – EPA: Florida rain has third most Cs-134 and fifth most I-131 of 72 samples taken in US – Read More Here
(ENENews) – April 16 forecast shows radioactive cloud stretching from Texas to Canada – Read More Here
(NaturalNews) – Radiation disease – here are the symptoms and causes – Read More Here
REPOST – (ENENews) – Cesium-137 forecast shows ‘near surface’ radiation cloud over Texas, Western US on April 15, 16 (VIDEO) – View More Here
(KeprTV) – Radiation Monitor in Richland Not Working Properly – Read More Here
SpaceWeather.com -- News and information about meteor showers, solar flares, auroras, and near-Earth asteroids
AURORA WATCH: High latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras. NOAA forecasters estimate a 40% chance of geomagnetic activity during the next 48 hours, when a solar wind stream is expected to buffet Earth’s magnetic field. A coronal mass ejection (movie) detected by NASA’s STEREO probes on April 9th could also reach Earth and contribute to the display on April 11th. [aurora gallery]
GRAND FILAMENT: A magnificent filament of magnetism is curling around the sun’s southeastern quadrant today. Measuring more than 700,000 km from end to end, the vast structure is about twice as long as the separation between Earth and the Moon. Arrows trace the filament’s meandering path in this extreme UV image from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory:
It’s not easy for such a filament to remain suspended indefinitely above the stellar surface, and indeed a collapse is possible. Filaments falling onto the sun can trigger explosions called “Hyder flares.” Is one in the offing? Readers with solar telescopes are encouraged to monitor developments.
SUN HALO: Today in upstate New York, amateur astronomer Mike Taormina aimed his solar telescope at the Grand Filament—but he saw something else instead. “A thin layer of clouds created a beautiful circular halo around the sun.” He stepped back from the eyepiece and took this picture:
Sun haloes are caused by ice crystals in high clouds. With its abundance of wispy cirrus, northern spring is a good time to see the phenomenon. Keep an eye out for luminous circles and other forms around the sun.
Potentially Hazardous Asteroids (PHAs) are space rocks larger than approximately 100m that can come closer to Earth than 0.05 AU. None of the known PHAs is on a collision course with our planet, although astronomers are finding new ones all the time.On April 10, 2011 there were 1214 potentially hazardous asteroids. Recent & Upcoming Earth-asteroid encounters: Asteroid Date(UT) Miss Distance Mag. Size 2011 GW9 Apr 6 0.5 LD — 10 m 2011 GP28 Apr 6 0.2 LD — 6 m 2011 FT29 Apr 7 6.3 LD — 38 m 2011 GZ2 Apr 8 2.7 LD — 26 m 2011 FT53 Apr 9 6 LD — 34 m 2011 GE Apr 13 4.8 LD — 28 m 2002 DB4 Apr 15 62.5 LD — 2.2 km 2011 GJ3 Apr 27 7.7 LD — 24 m 2008 UC202 Apr 27 8.9 LD — 10 m 2009 UK20 May 2 8.6 LD — 23 m 2008 FU6 May 5 75.5 LD — 1.2 km 2003 YT1 May 5 65.3 LD — 2.5 km 2002 JC Jun 1 57.5 LD — 1.6 km 2009 BD Jun 2 0.9 LD — 9 m 2002 JB9 Jun 11 71.5 LD — 3.2 km 2001 VH75 Jun 12 42.2 LD — 1.1 km 2004 LO2 Jun 15 9.9 LD — 48 m 2001 QP181 Jul 2 35.1 LD — 1.0 km 2003 YS117 Jul 14 73.9 LD — 1.0 km
Notes: LD means “Lunar Distance.” 1 LD = 384,401 km, the distance between Earth and the Moon. 1 LD also equals 0.00256 AU. MAG is the visual magnitude of the asteroid on the date of closest approach.Essential web links NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center The official U.S. government space weather bureau Atmospheric Optics The first place to look for information about sundogs, pillars, rainbows and related phenomena. Solar Dynamics Observatory Researchers call it a “Hubble for the sun.” SDO is the most advanced solar observatory ever. STEREO 3D views of the sun from NASA’s Solar and Terrestrial Relations Observatory Solar and Heliospheric Observatory Realtime and archival images of the Sun from SOHO. Daily Sunspot Summaries from the NOAA Space Environment Center Heliophysics the underlying science of space weather Conquest Graphics for out-of-this-world printing and graphics Science Central
(Reuters) – Silver hits $40 an ounce, first time since 1980 – Read More Here
(EndoftheAmericanDream) – Wild And Crazy 2011: 10 History-Shattering Events That Have Shaken The Financial World To The Core – Read More Here
(BusinessInsider) – Marc Faber: QE Is How The Elites Are Getting Their Revenge On Illiterate Kids Born Out Wedlock – Read More Here
(BusinessInsider) – The Dollar Is Getting Crushed As Oil Hits $111, Gold Hits $1470, Silver Hits $40, And Euro Hits $1.44 – Read More Here
(EconomicCollapse) – Is America Becoming The Land Of The Part-Time Job?: Most Of The Jobs That Are Being Created Are Part-Time Jobs And Some Companies Are Going To A “Part-Time Only Policy” – Read More Here
(AFP) – Corn prices hit record highs in Chicago – Read More Here
(OilPrice) – HSBC Report Warns we Only Have 50 Years of Oil Left – Read More Here
(RealNewsReporter) – Globalist George Soros: “America Should Be Replaced By a World Government With a Global Currency Under UN Rule” – Read More Here
(DailyMail) – Britains Debt: Way Worse Than People Think – Read More Here
(ZeroHedge) – JP Morgan Out Of Silver? – Read More Here
(BigGovernment) – Bank of America to Cancel State of Illinois’ Company Cards – Read More Here
(Amerman) – Japan Crisis Triggers Three Categories Of US & Global Inflation – Read More Here
Algerian news outlet El Watan reports a fresh round of police crackdown on protests in Tunisia, as led by Interior Ministry “militias” wielding truncheons. Al Watan via Google Translate.
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but police will still use them to silence women. Yemeni police beat women protesters with sticks and stones. Huffington Post.
FireDogLake remarks that YouTube videos documenting police violence in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia get labeled as “offensive.” I guess the regime trolls are hard at work flagging posts as “offensive.” FireDogLake.
Egypt complaining about America dragging its ass on freezing Mubarak’s assets. The problem is the same as any tax-dodging plutocrat — it’s most likely distributed across shell corporations and other tax shelters, so it’s not in one place. Maybe we should just go after them all?Washington Post.
A coalition of Israelis and Palestinians speaking out against the occupation of Palestine, and objecting to efforts to quash protest against the occupation. It’s stuff like this, friends of freedom, that make me hopeful about humanity. YouTube.
An interesting piece on Gadaffi’s bizarre experiments on keeping pet journalists in a five-star prison. Washington Post.
Remember how the Gadaffi regime had detained four Al Jazeera journalists, and promised they would release them? Well, they did, then went “LOL JK” and immediately re-arrested three of them. Al Jazeera.
The U.S. has reportedly done a U-turn on its policy towards Yemen, and is now nudging for Saleh to step down. I guess the Big O has lost confidence in Saleh’s ability not to start a goddamned revolution because he’s so hamfisted. New York Times.
China has arrested Ai Weiwei, its most prominent artist. They’re also ripping apart his studio. Weiwei is an outspoken critic of the government and his prominent status had previously prevented harassment by police. Unfortunately, a broader crackdown on dissidents means he’s been detained. The Guardian.
WikiLeaks cables show the U.S. interfering in Nepal’s peace process to prevent the Maoists from forming part of the parliamentary coalition. GreenLeft.
One of the most prominent development economists, Joseph Stiglitz, has a piece published in Vanity Fair about the coming revolution caused by massive inequality. I’m extremely weirded out that a Nobel Prize-winning economist has to go to a venue like Vanity Fair to tell people that shit’s gonna get real. Vanity Fair.
Since I was reminded of this book, I might as well share it with the class: “The Return of Depression Economics.” Originally written in 1999, Krugman argues massive financial flows after the Cold War led to instability and setting the world up for a gigantic financial crisis. Inspired by the Asian, Russian, and Latin American financial crises of the 90’s, he later updated it to comment on the current recession. Barnes & Noble.
A really interesting blagpost over at the New York Times about the asymmetric nature of the cyberwar. The funny thing is, the more untenable corporations make it to make a decent living and live a happy life, the more disgruntled hackers take up arms against the system. New York Times.
Al Jazeera has an opinion piece about Metal Gear, America’s sockpuppet software for trolling dissidents online. I think the conclusion is off, though: the argument this piece makes is that it’s “not effective,” not “it’s fucking creepy.” Al Jazeera.
NATO pooling cyber-troops to cut costs. I suppose there’s also a problem with alienating hackers by treating them like criminals for the better part of thirty years. NATO C3.
Interesting article arguing the interwebz can be used to cultivate a credible third-party candidate in America. Unfortunately, I think it would merely cause a realignment of the two-party system, sort of like what Lincoln did with the death of the Whig Party in the States.California Independent Voter Network.
Transocean executives pat themselves on the back for their Best Year Ever for safety. This is the same year where their Deepwater Horizon rig blew up, killing ten employees and spilling millions of gallons into the Gulf of Mexico. BBC.
Mother Jones reports there’s *still* tarballs washing up in Louisiana from the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion. Mother Jones.
A really interesting study in the mind of tyrants. To schemers, everything looks like a scheme. The prospect that their own actions cause unrest is unthinkable. Control is only to be found in the hands of the powerful, not the mass of the weak. So, they’re desperately clawing for any kind of excuse — including killer sharks planted by the Mossad, lulz. Financial Times.
Have you ever heard MLK’s “I’ve been to the mountaintop” speech? Well, maybe you should. It’s dynamite stuff. American Rhetoric. YouTube: Part 1. Part 2.
(ZeroHedge) – The Fed Bailed Out A Libya-Owned Bank – Tyler Durden – Read More Here
(Bloomberg) – Foreign Banks Tapped Fed’s Secret Lifeline Most at Crisis Peak – Read More Here
(EconomicCollapse) – Wal-Mart Says “Serious” Inflation Is Coming – Read More Here
(EuroPacificCapital) – The Treasury Auction Shell Game – Peter Schiff – Read More Here
(Bloomberg) – Ron Paul On The Fed’s Secret Bailout Documents
Congressman Paul discusses the documents the Fed released by court order.
Is A False Flag Nuke Inevitable?
The “mini-nuke terror threat on America” war drums are pounding louder by the day. WW3 may in fact be a given with the way things are going. They’re sure itching for it. Read More Here
(Infowars) – Coalition Air Strikes: Body Bags Begin Piling Up – Read More Here
(Tarpley.net) – The Libya Rebels: A CIA Secret Army of al Qaeda Terrorists, Anti-Black Racists, and Monarchists – Webster Tarpley – Read More Here
(KurtNimmo) – Neocons and Democrats Work in Congress to Support Obama’s Libyan War – Read More Here
(SteveWatson) – Cover Up: Fukushima Plant Operators Again Ordered To “Review” “Suspiciously High” Radiation Readings – Read More Here
(KurtNimmo) – Neocons and Democrats Work in Congress to Support Obama’s Libyan War – Read More Here
(Guardian) – Gaddafi regime admits attempts to talk to west – Read More Here
(LandDestroyer) – Target China – A deeper look: The globalist blitzkrieg’s final destination is Beijing – Read More Here
(PressAssociation) – Libyan opposition offers ceasefire – Read More Here
(RawStory) – Rand Paul: Fox can’t decide ‘what they love more, bombing the Middle East or bashing the president’ – Read More Here
(Fox) – Lawmakers Look for Foothold in Libya Debate Using Power of Purse – Read More Here
(Xinhua) – Gates says no one can predict how long Libya mission will take – Read More Here
(KurtNimmo) – Neocons and Democrats Work in Congress to Support Obama’s Libyan War – Read More Here
(Excavator) – The Humanitarian Empire May Strike Syria Next, Followed By Lebanon And Iran – Read More Here
(Xtranormal) – Video: Hypocrisy Run Wild: Libya vs. Iraq – “I don’t care, Obama is awesome. Cheney, neocons, Haliburton.” – Video Link Here
(RussiaToday) – Who is America arming in Libya?
Today’s situation in Libya is reminiscent of what the US was doing in Afghanistan in the 1980s when were supporting anti-Soviet rebels then called the Mujahedeens, argues former CIA Philip Giraldi. Today the Mujahedeens are known as the Taliban. In Libya America is aiding Libyan rebels who may in fact be members of al-Qaeda. He says the US is making the same mistakes in Libya that they did in Afghanistan three decades ago.
(SteveWatson) – Fukushima Plant Operators Again Ordered To “Review” Radiation Readings – Read More Here
(WashingtonsBlog) – EPA: Radioactive Iodine Exceeding Maximum Contaminant Levels for Drinking Water Found in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts … But It’s Safe – Read More Here
(RadioFreeEurope) – Japan Nuclear Plant Leaks Radiation Into Groundwater – Read More Here
(CNN) – Radiation found in beef near Japanese nuclear plant – Read More Here
(NaturalNews) – A 100-year battle awaits Fukushima while suicide workers are needed to keep up the rescue efforts – Mike Adams – Read More Here
(NaturalNews) – Fukushima meltdown update: Cesium in the soil, ocean waters contaminated and fuel core meltdown now under way – Mike Adams – Read More Here
(PrisonPlanet) – Canadian Govt Refuses To Test For Radiation In Milk Claiming It’s Not Necessary
Drink it down, ask questions later. The following report aired on CBC.
A new message from Anonymous to the people of Tunisia. YouTube.
Facebook has removed the Third Palestinian Intifada page for reportedly hosting calls to violence. This article accuses the page admins of having posted calls to violence, which I can’t verify because… the page has been removed. CNN.
Human Rights Watch reports Bahraini police are arresting the injured from hospitals and medical care because their injuries were likely sustained while protesting. The arrest of these people often involves cutting off their access to medical care. Human Rights Watch.
Via Activist News Blog: a prominent Bahraini blogger has been arrested among the police crackdown. Activist News Blog.
A full-length documentary about the G20 summit that happened in Toronto. I haven’t watched it yet, so could anyone review it for me? Kthxbai. Toronto G20 Exposed.
A compilation of news clips about the existence of Alien Life, taken from throughout 2010 to early 2011.
Is Humanity on the brink of world changing announcements? Is a paradigm shift of humanity’s perception of its place in the universe being played out right before our eyes? Follow UFOs and Alien Life on Twitter @ http://twitter.com/ufosalienlife
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Is Earth Unique or Is Life Common across the Universe?- http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy…
Galaxy may contain ‘many Earth-like planets- http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/sp…
We are not alone: One in four stars ‘may have Earth-like planets in orbit around them’- http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetec…
Aliens Are out There- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2J7e-m…
Galaxy May be Full of ‘Earths,’ Alien life - http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/space/02…
Scientists ‘near’ to finding alien life forms- http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/lifestyle/…
Man ‘Must Prepare to Meet Alien Life Forms’- http://news.stv.tv/scotland/152841-ma…
Earth must prepare for close encounter with aliens, say scientists- http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/201…
Alien visitors- friends or foes?- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qUfFS…