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Alaska state officials confirmed Wednesday that an oily mist sprung from a compromised oil pipeline and sprayed into the wind without stopping for at least two hours, covering 33 acres of the frozen snow field in the oil well's vicinity.
The discovery was at the BP-owned Prudhoe oil field on Alaska’s North…Continue
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The United States is reportedly increasing the number of intelligence officers deployed to Iraq amidst new waves of violence there being attributed to jihadists from the group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
On Friday, Reuters …Continue
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A solar eclipse that occurs on average only once every 73 years may be perfectly witnessed only by penguins in Antarctica, while watchers in Australia will see the sun as a “super-fat banana”.
The crescent sun, an annular eclipse meaning that the moon is too far away to completely block out the sun, instead…Continue
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A powerful tornado storm system has ripped through several US states, killing one person in Oklahoma and at least 16 others in central Arkansas while causing major damage in the Great Plains, Midwest and Southern states.
A tornado killed one person in Quapaw, a small residence in Oklahoma, on the border of…Continue
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NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has been inaugurated as the Rector of the University of Glasgow after a sweeping win at a student vote. Over the next three years, Snowden will officially represent the university’s students – presumably via the internet.
Glasgow University’s splendid Bute Hall was packed…Continue
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The oldest forms of indigenous shelter were often round in shape. (Think the Southwest USA Hogan, Mongolian Yurt, North American Teepee and the Greek Tenemos, among others.) Why did our ancestors choose to build round? Because the ovoid shape -- eggs, earth, tree trunks, and stones -- is what they saw reflected…Continue
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General Mills, maker of products like Cheerios and brands like Betty Crocker, has…Continue
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The Australian federal treasurer AKA Leghorn will bring-down one of the toughest budgets he has had too delivered to the Australian people. His plan is to half all politicians salaries over the next three-years including the Prime Minister and himself too save the economy from collapse, after all, they caused this deficit in the first place and ordinary people have too suffer…Continue
The critical “Heartbleed” bug reported earlier this week to have affected the security of most of the internet was discovered by researchers at the United States National Security Agency two years earlier, according to a new report.
On Friday afternoon, Bloomberg News journalist Michael Riley …Continue
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Cliven Bundy, can a cowboy defeat the Marxists?
In the end, there is only one reason why the Bundy ranch was besieged. President Obama had to have taken the lead. He knew it was going on and he sanctioned it. Beyond oil, solar, and Chinese Communists with money, lurks Obama’s Agenda.
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Things are escalating quickly in the public land use dispute between the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and a 67-year-old cattle rancher and his family.
While Bundy’s family has grazed cattle on the land in question since the 1870s, the state decided to officially outlaw cattle grazing in the area in an…Continue
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The standoff between a Nevada rancher and the U.S. government escalated Wednesday when protesters confronted…Continue
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In the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, a group of activists have declared their region independence from Kiev. This comes after protesters stormed a local government building last night.
Mass demonstrations against the country's new leadership started peacefully on Sunday, but the situation quickly…Continue
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Afghans head to the polls on…
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Heavy fighting and air strikes kill at least 26 people in eastern suburbs of Mleiha and Jobar, say activists.
The Syrian army has killed at least 26 people in suburbs of the capital Damascus in fighting with rebels in several districts along the eastern edge of the capital, activists…Continue
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Going off Grid to plant Hemp in CO Looking for serious share choppers... who want to work the land as a share cropper. I just bought 10 acres of land in Colorado to have like minded people come and share crop there. You plant, you grow, you harvest your crop of hemp. Yes I…Continue
Added by Kerry Hay on April 4, 2014 at 1:25am — No Comments
Commercial Crop Only. You will get your licence from Department of Agricultural , you will have to buy your hemp seed. We are growing HEMP ONLY. This is not a first come first serve bases, this is application only. This Is For Strong Willed Committed People Only. Bring your Texts, sleeping bags, camping gear & the family if you have one, we are camping out on this…Continue
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Springfield farmer Ryan Loflin is now watching over one of Colorado's first industrial hemp crops in almost 60 years.
The passage of Amendment 64 in November allows commercial growing, even though hemp, like marijuana, is illegal under federal law.
Hemp is genetically related to marijuana but contains little…Continue
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