Saturday, July 10, 2010 14:07
BP Data Show 20% of Gulf Spill Responders Exposed to Chemical That Sickened
In an under-the-radar release of new test results for its Gulf of Mexico
oil spill workers, BP PLC is reporting potentially hazardous exposures
to a now-discontinued dispersant chemical — a substance blamed
for contributing to chronic health problems after the Exxon Valdez cleanup
— among more than 20 percent of offshore responders.
Net Censorship Filter On Backburner
The Federal Government has deferred the introduction of its mandatory
internet filtering program. Communications Minister Senator Stephen
Conroy says the filter will not be put in place until an independent
review can be carried out into what content would be banned.
Is Secret Chinese Military Aircraft If this was a secret Chinese military aircraft,
as authorities claim, why would they fly it over a populated area unless
they wanted to send a message to the United States that it by no means
has a monopoly on sophisticated black budget technology?
I’m certain my friend Dr Kelly was murdered
Kelly knew his life was in grave danger, informing his younger companion
that he had been told by intelligence sources that he was number
three on a Saddam Hussein death list as a result of his work.
bomb attacks claim 102 lives
The death toll from a suicide bombing and car bomb blast that devastated
a Pakistani tribal town has soared to 102 in one of the country’s
deadliest attacks, officials said Saturday.
Cola Commercial A Closer Look
In this Coke Zero commercial the eye’s can see the truth.
The tongue cannot tell the difference. The brain just wants blissful
ignorance. Too bad the truth can save your life.
Security Still Stopping Filming Despite Obama Policy While the Obama administration continues
to say the national policy is that no American journalist can be
restricted from access to oiled beaches along the Gulf of Mexico,
contractors for the British Petroleum oil giant seem not to have
gotten the word.
Warming Alarmist: Make It Illegal To Emit CO2 Caldeira’s madcap call to ban the
production of devices that emit CO2 presumably includes babies,
who in common with all human beings emit the inert, life-giving
gas that helps plants grow. Is a one child policy not enough for
these control freaks? How about we just ban pregnancy all together
while putting a tax on breathing?