Went Wild With Taser, Diabetic Says
A suburban Chicago police officer Tasered a man 11 times while he was
having a diabetic seizure, and the 56 seconds of needlessly inflicted
electric shock, “inflicted … while he was lying unresponsive
on the floor of his bedroom, permanently scarred [him] and caused him
neurological damage that has not abated,” the man claims in Chicago
squelches climate change protest
Russian scientists will soon meet in secret to work on a plan for saving
Earth from a possible catastrophic collision with a giant asteroid in
26 years, the head of Russia’s space agency said Wednesday.
Ice In Better Shape For Spring
The unusual pattern of atmospheric high and low pressure over and
around the Arctic that has contributed to the recent snow and cold
from Alabama to Washington, to East Anglia, England (and rain and
warmth along the west coast of Greenland) is also an important influence
on the shifting sheath of sea ice on the Arctic Ocean.
U.S. “not discussing” military tack on Iran A U.S.-Israeli dialogue on Iran has not reached the point
of discussing a military option to thwart its nuclear ambitions,
focusing instead on sanctions in 2010, Israel’s envoy to Washington
said on Thursday.