Monthly Archives: June 2011

Fort Calhoun: Nothing to Worry, so we are told.

Check out my older post: Nebraska Nuclear Plant: Emergency Level 4

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Pi is wrong! Here comes Tau Day

Are you marking Tau Day? Are you a π fan, or do you think it is time for change? Are you a tau convert? Describe your ‘conversion’ experience? Find out why mathematicians are campaigning for π to be replaced with … Continue reading

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A Compilation Of Michele Bachmann’s Most Famous Quotes

Michele Bachmann is a republican presidential hopeful. Michele Bachmann says she asked God about running for political office. Here’s an excerpt of the exchange that went down between Bachmann and CBS host Bob Schieffer on the program: “Did God tell … Continue reading

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Oops! Statue of Liberty stamp shows Las Vegas lady!

I wonder how many have noticed that! Was it simply a mistake or a freudian slip? Is there a subliminal message in this? The U.S. Postal Service printed 3 billion copies of a new postage stamp with the image of … Continue reading

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Should Evolution Be Taught In Schools?

Find out what Miss America contestants think. What is your reaction? Here’s for your pleasure: Miss Ignorance USA 2011 discusses Evolution in school. This video of the Miss USA 2011 contestants displays the core of the issue regarding science education. … Continue reading

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The Amazing Story Of Nick Vujicic : Life Without Limbs

Nick Vujicic was born with Tetra-amelia, a rare disorder characterized by the absence of all four limbs – – but he doesn’t let the details stop him. Nick plays football and golf, swims, and surfs, despite having no limbs. Read … Continue reading

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Water For Life Initiative

Every 20 seconds, a child dies – According to the World Health Organization, a child dies from a preventable disease associated with lack of clean water every 20 seconds. May 23, 2011 … The United Nations Office to support the … Continue reading

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Documentary: The Secret World of Shoplifting

>> One in 11 people is a shoplifter. >> Customers steal $14 billion worth of merchandise from North American stores every year. Read more interesting facts about shoplifting.

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Megacities On The Move: Four Visions Of City Life In 2040

Your Guide To The Future Of Sustainable Urban Mobility In 2040. Welcome to a little fairy tale about the joys of living in eco-tyranny. N.B. They are pictures of different possible futures, designed to help people understand the major trends … Continue reading

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The Corporation (Film) – Part 2

Michael Walker: What happens in the areas where the corporations go in and are successful? They soon find that they cannot do anymore in that country because the wages are too high now. And what’s that another way of saying, … Continue reading

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