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Terrence Aym

Could a 2012 magnetic superstorm generated by the sun destroy America or northern Europe's fragile technology? NASA and the European space agency say yes. Solar scientists are very concerned as they see the sun awaking from its unusually long slumbe

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Terrence Aym

What if a super-quake set off other super-quakes around the world in a cascading cacophony of catastrophe? Since the mega-thrust quake that struck northeastern Japan during March 2011, that question is on the lips of many. Some researchers believe th

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www.badassoftheweek.com

Today this 43 year-old Japanese badass rides out every single day on a bicycle. His only equipment – a pocketknife, a canteen, a flashlight, a change of clothes, packed into a trusty trio of backpacks, in search of people needing rescue, a modern-day

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Terrence Aym

In the U.S. the Red Cross advertises that when disaster strikes they are there to help—in Japan it seems the criminal organization yakuza is the first on the scene with aid and comfort. That's one of the surprising facts that's emerged in the af

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The Political Commentator

Putting the nuclear crisis in Japan into the context of history Chernobyl, 1986 was a 7: A power surge during a test procedure resulted in a criticality accident, leading to a powerful steam explosion and fire that released a significant fraction

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Terrence Aym

While shocked residents continue to sift through the earthquake rubble of Christchurch, New Zealand, geologists have made a stunning discovery: the killer quake occurred along a previously unknown fault line. Now, as the death toll continues to mount

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Rense Dr. James P. Wickstrom

It has been estimated by experts that the pressure which blows the oil into the Gulf waters is estimated to be between 20,000 and 70,000 PSI (pounds per square inch). Impossible to control. What US Scientists Are Forbidden To Tell The Public A

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Edwin Sumcad

 Visit my column at National Writers Syndicate online publication. Click on this express Hail Mary. Beware … the Antichrist is here. We are all now cliffhangers to a threatening implosion -- America is about to disintegrate!

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ARELIS HERNANDEZ

An evacuation order was issued for thousands of central Texas residents and Texas A&M University campus was closed Thursday as a fire burned at a chemical plant and warehouse that processes explosive ammonium nitrate.   Black smoke settled over Bryan, a city of about 80,000 people about 100 miles north of Houston, after the fire started about noon at the nearby El Dorado Chemical Co., said fire dispatcher Andy Throne. The plant blends and packages fertilizer and other chemicals, including ammonium nitrate, a chemical used to make explosives.   The fire continued to smolder but was under control Thursday night and the evacuation order was lifted for a majority of the city, said Bryan Fire Chief Mike Donoho. A scaled-back order remained in effect for only a small area surrounding the warehouse.   Some people had not been allowed to return home by late Thursday, said Michele Meade, deputy emergency management coordinator for Brazos County. Meade

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