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Date Sent: 2011-03-20
Freedom's Phoenix Global Edition for Sunday, March 20, 2011
 
U.S. Missiles Strike Libyan Air Defense Targets -- French warplanes strike against Gaddafi

Anti-war Protesters Arrested Near White House -- Howlers on the Patriot Act -- Free Markets No Longer Satisfy: Manipulating The Global Currency Market -- New oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico? or Do efficient markets really exist? -- Fukushima Reactor 3 Suffers Rise In Pressure: Contains MOX Plutonium Fuel Rods -- In Libyan Capital, a Mixed Mood -- Creepy: 8 Years To the Day After "Shock and Awe" Obama Attacks Libya -- Bad to Worse in Japan -- Taking Control of Cars From Afar - Researchers show they can hack into cars wirelessly -- 80 Seconds of Warning for Tokyo - Earthquake-detection technology investment pays off for Japan. -- Newer Nuclear Reactors Might Not Have Failed in Japan -- Wearable Scanner Opens New Frontier in Neuroscience -- Border Patrol Retaliating Against Americans At Work -- Hotter Solar Energy. -Siemens looks to cut the cost and boost the efficiency of solar thermal power -- HTTPS Is More Secure, So Why Isn’t the Web Using It? -- Experimental "Body Reboot" Drug Begins Trial As Preemptive Preventer Of Diabetes -- RFID chip: Foundation of the electronic jail -- U.S. Declines to Give Details on Radiation Due To The "Fog Of War"
 

U.S. Missiles Strike Libyan Air Defense Targets News Link  •  WAR: About that War
U.S. Missiles Strike Libyan Air Defense Targets
03-19-2011  •  NY Times 
PARIS " American and European forces began a broad campaign of strikes against the government of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi on Saturday, unleashing warplanes and missiles in the first round of the largest international military intervention in the Arab   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Justin Tyme
French warplanes strike against Gaddafi News Link  •  WAR: About that War
French warplanes strike against Gaddafi
03-19-2011  •  www.ft.com 
He said the aim of intervention was not regime change but to “allow the Libyan people to choose their own destiny”.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
Has Anybody Seen Ed Lately? Opinion  •  Agriculture
Has Anybody Seen Ed Lately?
03-20-2011
Ed Vallejo
   No - because it's Spring, and that means planting season. Got food?
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Anti-war Protesters Arrested Near White House 

News Link  •  Activism
Anti-war Protesters Arrested Near White House
03-20-2011  •  AP via Drudgereport.com 
The demonstrators cheered loudly as Daniel Ellsberg, the former military analyst who in 1971 leaked the Pentagon's secret history of the Vietnam War that was later published in major newspapers, was arrested and led away by police.   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ed Vallejo
Howlers on the Patriot Act News Link  •  Surveillance
Howlers on the Patriot Act
03-20-2011  •  ACLU 
The Patriot Act has been surrounded by a cloud of fear-mongering since it was reintroduced almost immediately after the 9/11 attacks and rushed through Congress, without any finding that the sweeping new powers granted by the act had anything to do w  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Justin Tyme
Free Markets No Longer Satisfy: Manipulating The Global Currency Market News Link  •  Federal Reserve
Free Markets No Longer Satisfy: Manipulating The Global Currency Market
03-20-2011  •  TheEconomicCollapseBlog.com/ 
Central banks and large financial institutions are constantly manipulating the Forex, precious metals and stock markets all over the globe. You see, in today's global economy the "stakes are so high" that the free market cannot be trusted.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
New oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico? or Do efficient markets really exist? News Link  •  Environment
New oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico? or Do efficient markets really exist?
03-20-2011  •  The Political Commentator 
Unconfirmed reports are circulating of a new, very large oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico about 20 miles from the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster There are reports that the Coast Guard is investigating a new, very large oil spill in the Gulf of Mexic  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Michael Haltman
Fukushima Reactor 3 Suffers Rise In Pressure: Contains MOX Plutonium Fuel Rods News Link  •  Japan - Earthquake Tsunami Radiation
Fukushima Reactor 3 Suffers Rise In Pressure: Contains MOX Plutonium Fuel Rods
03-20-2011  •  apnews.myway.com 
The venting is an "unavoidable measure to protect the containment vessel," Nishiyama said. He warned that a larger amount of radiation would have to be released than when similar venting was done a week ago because more nuclear fuel...  Read Full Story
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In Libyan Capital, a Mixed Mood News Link  •  WAR: About that War
In Libyan Capital, a Mixed Mood
03-19-2011  •  SAM DAGHER, WSJ 
After the U.S. and the U.K. launched missile strikes, Col. Gadhafi went on the radio, vowing to turn the Mediterranean basin and North Africa into "a battle ground" and said he would arm all Libyan civilians to defend the country against foreign aggr  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Leon Felkins
Creepy: 8 Years To the Day After News Link  •  Obama Administration
Creepy: 8 Years To the Day After "Shock and Awe" Obama Attacks Libya
03-20-2011  •  BusinessInsider.com/  
This operation has been named Odyssey Dawn. NBC correspondent Richard Engel has pointed out that today's operation begins 8-years to the day after the start of the war in Iraq.   Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
Feature Article  •  Environment
Bad to Worse in Japan
Stephen Lendman
   Coverup and denial in Japan and West
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Taking Control of Cars From Afar - Researchers show they can hack into cars wirelessly News Link  •  Transportation
Taking Control of Cars From Afar - Researchers show they can hack into cars wirelessly
03-19-2011  •  Erica Naone via TechnologyReview.com 
Researchers who have spent the last two years studying the security of car computer systems have revealed that they can take control of vehicles wirelessly.  Read Full Story
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80 Seconds of Warning for Tokyo - Earthquake-detection technology investment pays off for Japan. News Link  •  Japan - Earthquake Tsunami Radiation
80 Seconds of Warning for Tokyo - Earthquake-detection technology investment pays off for Japan.
03-19-2011  •  David Talbot via TechnologyReview.com 
Residents of Tokyo likely had about 80 seconds of warning before a devastating quake rumbled through the city after striking 373 kilometers away, off Japan's northeast coast, thanks to a new early warning system.   Read Full Story
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Newer Nuclear Reactors Might Not Have Failed in Japan News Link  •  Japan - Earthquake Tsunami Radiation
Newer Nuclear Reactors Might Not Have Failed in Japan
03-19-2011  •  Kevin Bullis via TechnologyReview.com 
Passive cooling systems and other advanced designs could be more resilient to natural disasters.  Read Full Story
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Wearable Scanner Opens New Frontier in Neuroscience News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
Wearable Scanner Opens New Frontier in Neuroscience
03-19-2011  •  Katherine Bourzac via TechnologyReview.com 
A tiny wearable scanner has been used to track chemical activity in the brains of unrestrained animals for the first time. By revealing neurological circuitry as the subjects perform normal tasks.  Read Full Story
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Border Patrol Retaliating Against Americans At Work Feature Article  •  Homeland Security
Border Patrol Retaliating Against Americans At Work
Terry Bressi
   As reported by Veterans Against Police Abuse (VAPA), the Chief Patrol Agent of the Del Rio sector, Robert L. Harris, took time out of his busy schedule saving us from the invading hordes to write a letter of complaint, full of falsehoods, to the offi
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Hotter Solar Energy.  -Siemens looks to cut the cost and boost the efficiency of solar thermal power News Link  •  Energy
Hotter Solar Energy. -Siemens looks to cut the cost and boost the efficiency of solar thermal power
03-19-2011  •  Peter Fairley via TechnologyReview.com 
Solar thermal power plants that produce hotter steam can capture more solar energy. That's why Siemens is exploring an upgrade for solar thermal technology to push its temperature limit 160 °C higher than current designs.  Read Full Story
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Sightings of living woolly mammoths News Link  •  Weird/Offbeat News
Sightings of living woolly mammoths
03-20-2011  •  Terrence Aym 
Have all woolly mammoths gone extinct? Perhaps not. Although orthodox science has declared the mammoth species to be long dead, it said the same about dinosaurs even though dinosaurs called tuataras still exist in New Zealand. Reports during the last  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terrence Aym
Check Out The Latest Radiation Cloud Projection Map~ It Will Cover The Globe! News Link  •  World News
Check Out The Latest Radiation Cloud Projection Map~ It Will Cover The Globe!
03/19/2011  •  godlikeproductions.com 
And 'they' told us we had nothing to fear here in the US. cough_bs_cough. View GLPs live thread here http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message1405241/pg1  Read Full Story
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Survey Shows Americans Upbeat About Owning Homes News Link  •  Housing
Survey Shows Americans Upbeat About Owning Homes
03-19-2011  •  CNBC.com 
In spite of gloomy news about housing coming from virtually all directions, a new survey reveals that 70 percent of Americans would advise friends and family to buy a house, Thomas Wilson, CEO and chairman of the insurance company Allstate...  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
HTTPS Is More Secure, So Why Isn’t the Web Using It? News Link  •  Internet
HTTPS Is More Secure, So Why Isn’t the Web Using It?
03-19-2011  •  Scott Gilbertson via webmonkey.com 
You put your username and passwords on a postcard and mail let the world see, so why are you doing it online? Every time you log in to Twitter, Facebook or any other service that uses a plain HTTP connection, that’s essentially what you're doing.  Read Full Story
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Workers at Japanese Nuclear Plant Finally Get A Robot Assistant News Link  •  Japan - Earthquake Tsunami Radiation
Workers at Japanese Nuclear Plant Finally Get A Robot Assistant
03-19-2011  •  Rebecca Boyle via PopSci.com 
Finally, some news that Japan is actually using its rescue robots. The red Wall-E-esque ‘bot seen here is on the scene at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, according to a media report from Japan.   Read Full Story
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Experimental News Link  •  Health and Physical Fitness
Experimental "Body Reboot" Drug Begins Trial As Preemptive Preventer Of Diabetes
03-19-2011  •  Catherine Price via PopSci.com 
One of the toughest things about Type 1 diabetes " a chronic, incurable autoimmune disease " is that once it begins to develop, there’s no way to stop it. Slowly but surely, your immune system will kill the cells in your pancreas that produce insulin  Read Full Story
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RFID chip: Foundation of the electronic jail News Link  •  Surveillance
RFID chip: Foundation of the electronic jail
03-19-2011  •  InfoWars.com/ 
One of the goals to be reached before a national state can be completely controlled, is the implementation of computer chips in every product, every animal and every human being.  Read Full Story
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Gallup Poll Pegs Unemployment Rate at 10.2%, Underemployment at 19.9% News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Gallup Poll Pegs Unemployment Rate at 10.2%, Underemployment at 19.9%
03-19-2011  •  GlobalEconomicAnalysis.blogspot.com 
On a year-over-year basis the number of people employed dropped by 125,000 yet we are supposed to believe things are getting better. From a jobs standpoint the best we can say is things are no longer getting worse.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jack Gregson
10 Dying U.S. Industries on the Verge of Extinction News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
10 Dying U.S. Industries on the Verge of Extinction
03-19-2011  •  EconomicPolicyJournal.com 
BTW, Perry writes that these industries are facing extinction because of "Schumpeterian gales of creative destruction" and this is accurate, but many view Schumpterian's creative destruction as the beginning and end of entrepreneurship...  Read Full Story
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U.S. Declines to Give Details on Radiation Due To The News Link  •  Japan - Earthquake Tsunami Radiation
U.S. Declines to Give Details on Radiation Due To The "Fog Of War"
03-19-2011  •  online.wsj.com/ 
U.S. government officials, in private sessions on Capitol Hill Friday, repeatedly declined to give details of radiation measurements at the stricken Japanese nuclear complex, saying the situation is shrouded in a "fog of war."   Read Full Story
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Iran builds a flying saucer News Link  •  Iran
Iran builds a flying saucer
03-19-2011  •  Terrence Aym 
Coming on the heels of an official news release stating it had launched a rocket containing a "life capsule," the government of Iran now boasts it's built the world's first working flying saucer. The powers-that-be in Tehran"Iran's capital"call   Read Full Story
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Video: Jelly-Like Artificial Muscles Improve Robotic Flexibility With Rotary Motion News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
Video: Jelly-Like Artificial Muscles Improve Robotic Flexibility With Rotary Motion
03-18-2011  •  Julie Beck via PopSci.com 
Replacing some of the nuts and bolts in robots’ bodies with stretchy artificial muscles would allow them to be more flexible and lifelike than ever. Researchers at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute in New Zealand have succeeded   Read Full Story
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Shockwave-Generating Wave Discs Could Replace Internal Combustion Engines News Link  •  Inventions
Shockwave-Generating Wave Discs Could Replace Internal Combustion Engines
03-19-2011  •  Rebecca Boyle via PopSci.com 
Michigan researchers have built a prototype of a new auto motor that does away with pistons, crankshafts and valves, replacing the old internal combustion engine with a disc-shaped shock wave generator  Read Full Story
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The Fukushima Disaster Is Much Worse Than We Are Being Told By The MSM News Link  •  Japan - Earthquake Tsunami Radiation
The Fukushima Disaster Is Much Worse Than We Are Being Told By The MSM
03-19-2011  •  LewRockwell.com 
There were over 600,000 spent fuel rods stored at the Fukushima Dai-ichi complex. Most of these rods were apparently stored near the top of the 6 reactor buildings. There have already been major explosions at three of those buildings.   Read Full Story
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Latest Digitalglobe Satellite Photo Of Fukushima: Thermal Imaging Still Top Secret News Link  •  Japan - Earthquake Tsunami Radiation
Latest Digitalglobe Satellite Photo Of Fukushima: Thermal Imaging Still Top Secret
03-19-2011  •  ZeroHedge.com  
Far more importantly, since heat appears to be the biggest issue, why have no thermal or IR photos been released to the public, and most importantly why is the Japanese government actively covering up thermal data?   Read Full Story
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Nearly 20% of Florida homes are vacant News Link  •  Housing
Nearly 20% of Florida homes are vacant
03-19-2011  •  CNN.com/ 
"Housing went from being the preeminent investment of choice to toxic waste," added Richard DeKaser, an economist with the Parthenon Group.  Read Full Story
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Does Hollywood Deserve Its Own Patriot Act? News Link  •  Surveillance
Does Hollywood Deserve Its Own Patriot Act?
03-19-2011  •  techdirt 
We recently covered the White House's recommendations for new IP enforcement laws, which all too frequently went way too far -- such as in trying to make streaming a felony and in allowing the feds to get wiretaps for copyright infringement cases. T  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Justin Tyme
ISPs defend plans for two-tier net News Link  •  Internet
ISPs defend plans for two-tier net
03-19-2011  •  BBC.co.uk/ 
ISPs are increasingly looking to prioritise some traffic on their networks and block some.  Read Full Story
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The Real Deficit We Need to Address Now! News Link  •  Government Debt & Financing
The Real Deficit We Need to Address Now!
03-19-2011  •  ZeroHedge.com  
Those deficits are the mental deficits of our leaders.  Read Full Story
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Ogallala Dust Bowl News Link  •  Climate Change
Ogallala Dust Bowl
03-19-2011  •  arclein 
There is not much to be happy about these days in Happy, Texas. Main Street is shuttered but for the Happy National Bank, slowly but inexorably disappearing into a High Plains wind that turns all to dust. The old Picture House, the cinema, has closed  Read Full Story
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Mayan Deep Pit Thoughts News Link  •  Archaeology
Mayan Deep Pit Thoughts
03-19-2011  •  arclein 
Archaeological excavation is a series of decisions: where to dig, how to dig, whether to dig large in a few places or dig small in many places. Large areal excavations are time-consuming, but they have a definite advantage. Diverse types of structure  Read Full Story
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Nuclear Briefing on Japan Reactor Failure News Link  •  Natural Disasters
Nuclear Briefing on Japan Reactor Failure
03-19-2011  •  arclein 
And, that plant was automatically shut down, when the earthquake occurred, and for about the first hour, they were running on their diesel generator. Once a plant shuts down, it has two ways to get electricity, one is from the grid, and another is fr  Read Full Story
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Japan One Week On News Link  •  Natural Disasters
Japan One Week On
03-19-2011  •  arclein 
It's been a week since a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated a large part of eastern Japan killing at least 6,548 people. While much of the attention remains focused on the crippled Fukushima number one nuclear plant, Japan's government has  Read Full Story
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Congressional Budget Office Slams Obama's Deficit Forecasts News Link  •  Government Debt & Financing
Congressional Budget Office Slams Obama's Deficit Forecasts
03-19-2011  •  ZeroHedge.com  
The Congressional Budget Office slammed the president's unrealistic budget presented recently, concluding that the cumulative deficit over the decade between 2011-2021 would be $9.5 trillion, or $2.3 trillion higher than that estimated by...  Read Full Story
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Business update: Dot XXX has been approved for pornography websites News Link  •  Internet
Business update: Dot XXX has been approved for pornography websites
03-19-2011  •  The Political Commentator 
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has approved the .XXX domain for pornography websites in a Registry Agreement with ICM Registry. "... The .xxx domain would be established especially for pornographic websites, and B  Read Full Story
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Feds, teachers to stalk your kids on Facebook now? News Link  •  Privacy Rights
Feds, teachers to stalk your kids on Facebook now?
03-19-2011  •  Pajamas Media 
When did the Department of Education become the Department of Speech Monitoring? Add the Dept of Ed to the list of Obama agencies that need to be reined in, hard and fast. Education Department officials are threatening school principals with lawsu  Read Full Story
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Feature Article  •  Environment
Multiples Worse than Chernobyl
Stephen Lendman
   Millions will die from painful cancers
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Feature Article  •  WAR: About that War
Washington's UN War Resolution on Libya
Stephen Lendman
   Washington plans war on Libya
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New Silkworm Dye Method Could Help Build Silks With Medicinal Properties News Link  •  Inventions
New Silkworm Dye Method Could Help Build Silks With Medicinal Properties
03-18-2011  •  Rebecca Boyle via PopSci.com 
We pay close attention to the modifications scientists are making to goats, moths and worms so they can harvest their silk. Now researchers in Singapore are reporting a new advancement: dyed-in-the-worm silks, which look pretty and could have interes  Read Full Story
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In Wake of Japan Disaster, Caribbean To Stage Its First Full-Scale Tsunami Drill Next Week News Link  •  Japan - Earthquake Tsunami Radiation
In Wake of Japan Disaster, Caribbean To Stage Its First Full-Scale Tsunami Drill Next Week
03-18-2011  •  Clay Dillow via PopSci.com 
The Caribbean is no stranger to seismic natural disaster, and after last week’s quake and devastation in Japan authorities in 33 Caribbean states don’t need to be told twice that it could happen there too.  Read Full Story
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As Cooling Efforts Continue, Japanese Officials Consider Burying Fukushima Plant News Link  •  Japan - Earthquake Tsunami Radiation
As Cooling Efforts Continue, Japanese Officials Consider Burying Fukushima Plant
03-18-2011  •  Rebecca Boyle via PopSci.com 
Japanese officials conceded today they might have to entomb the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in a sarcophagus of sand or concrete in order to contain the radiation  Read Full Story
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Spitzer Telescope Sees Busy Galactic Center In a New Light News Link  •  Space Travel and Exploration
Spitzer Telescope Sees Busy Galactic Center In a New Light
03-18-2011  •  Rebecca Boyle via PopSci.com 
The center of the Milky Way is hard to see in visible light, because interstellar dust blocks our view. But the Spitzer Space Telescope’s infrared vision can penetrate the dust and see through to our galaxy’s jam-packed core.   Read Full Story
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FYI: How Does Nuclear Radiation Do Its Damage? News Link  •  Health and Physical Fitness
FYI: How Does Nuclear Radiation Do Its Damage?
03-18-2011  •  Molika Ashford via PopSci.com 
Ionizing radiation"the kind that minerals, atom bombs and nuclear reactors emit"does one main thing to the human body: it weakens and breaks up DNA, either damaging cells enough to kill them or causing mutation in ways that may lead to cancer.  Read Full Story
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Obama tells Americans: Do NOT prepare for radioactive fallout, just listen to your government 
News Link  •  Obama Administration
Obama tells Americans: Do NOT prepare for radioactive fallout, just listen to your government
03-18-2011  •  Mike Adams via Prison Planet.com 
In a truly incredible example of the complete disregard for the health and safety of the American people, President Obama today told Americans that they should NOT prepare for radiation from the possible meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear power plant   Read Full Story
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