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Film Project Empowers Muslim Youth To Tell Their Own Stories
Mon Jul 14, 2014
In reply to: DickCranium #2 "I'd like to see stories on how "moderate Muslims" are fighting Islamists.
What's Making These Selma, Alabama Auto Parts Workers So Sick?
Mon Jul 14, 2014
"In answer to NBC's questions about the tests, a Lear spokesperson said, "We're concerned about why they'd come forward and make an allegation to you. We're a major global operator; we don't run shoddy operations." Of course you do, as does any company without adequate governmental oversight or uni …
Lady in red, get away from my man: Women see red when other women wear it
Fri Jul 11, 2014
In reply to: SuperBrain #1 Hmmm.
Giant Protective Ice Wall Unveiled at Japan's Fukushima Plant
Wed Jul 9, 2014
In reply to: Road Warrior-252445 #3 Watch out.
'If You're Reading This, I'm Either Missing or Dead': Washington Teen
Tue Jul 8, 2014
In reply to: the thinker-318752 #4 I saw a story about this yesterday on TV news. The young lady apparently texted her boyfriend that unspecified people (that she somehow knew) had told her they were going to kill both her family and her boyfriend for some reason she never spelled out.
The Price of Prevention: Vaccine Costs Are Soaring
Mon Jul 7, 2014
Some vaccines have tripled in price over the past two decades, leading some pediatricians to stop offering them altogether, an idea that "is as unthinkable as a baker not selling bread," the New York Times reports. In 1986, the five recommended vaccines cost $215. By 2014, these same vaccines cost $ …
Yes, Childhood Vaccines Are Safe, Review Finds
Tue Jul 1, 2014
In reply to: california nurse #5.3 Researchers too, of course. Make sure you include them, too. And their research also, which of course must be falsified. Anyone whose work doesn't agree 100% with the absolute safety of vaccination, right? They're liars. Or crazy. Right?
Opinion: Facebook Experiment Used Silicon Valley Trickery
Mon Jun 30, 2014
"....What went on in this sub-rosa study is the tip of a growing iceberg. Innumerable Silicon Valley companies are collecting terabytes of behavioral and biomedical data about you right now — Google knows what you visit on the web, Fitbit knows your exercise habits, 23andMe has your genome — and …
Mars One Puts Out the Call for Red Planet Experiments (and Ads)
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Bradbury's laughing in his grave right now. Advertising on Mars.
Iceland Refuses to Renew Passport of 'Girl' Family Calls 'Harriet'
Fri Jun 27, 2014
I was amazed when watching some documentary about volcanoes recently and they mentioned the name of an Icelandic volcano that began with an E, I think; I tried to tell my family about it but there was no way I could come close to replicating the sounds that made it up.
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