Daily Archives: March 1, 2013

LA Sinkhole Emergency Zone Quakes – Methane Extends 2 Miles

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Author: Deborah Dupre / VIdeo

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Louisiana's state of emergency due to its giant Bayou Corne "sinkhole" is nearing seven months long, but the tremors, migrating methane, and expansion continue in this week's new round of environmental and human assaults that now officially extend two miles and prompted workers to be pulled off the job. Wednesday, the...

Screen Propaganda, Hollywood and the CIA

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Author: Julie Lévesque

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“One of the most pervasive trends in 21st century western culture has become somewhat of an obsession in America. It’s called “Hollywood history”, where the corporate studio machines in Los Angeles spend hundreds of millions of dollars in order to craft and precisely tailor historical events to suit the prevailing...

Can You Learn to Control Your Mind?

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Author: Richard Davidson

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Many people believe that it is not necessary to learn to control one’s own mind because they think they already have such control. Others, based on casual introspection and analysis of forces constantly impinging upon our minds, believe that we will never have control of our own minds and that such control...

Loving a Man

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Author: Ida Lawrence

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A few months ago a female friend of mine said to me, “Men fall in love, women make a deal.” At the time I was once again reviewing my “what’s wrong with this picture” database on male/female relationships. We understand each other so poorly, we disappoint each other so often…...

A ‘Nation-Busting’ Asteroid Could Hit Earth In 2036

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Author: Dina Spector / Video

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Theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku appeared on Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" last night to discuss the potential of Earth-smashing asteroids. Even small asteroids, like the one that recently exploded over Russia, can cause disaster. It caused thousands of injuries from the shockwave that blew out windows and shook buildings. These are called...