Tuesday, March 30, 2004

Liquorice extract sweetens old age: Carbenoxolone could aid verbal memory.

ZNet | Iraq | Universal Justice Is Not A Dream

News: "Iraqi defector behind America's WMD claims exposed as 'out-and-out fabricator'"

Salon.com News | "We should have had orange or red-type of alert in June or July of 2001": "A former FBI translator told the 9/11 commission that the bureau had detailed information well before Sept. 11, 2001, that terrorists were likely to attack the U.S. with airplanes."

Saudis Signal They Will Proceed With Oil-Production Cut

Technology - story - canada.com network: "Windows learns to speak Inuktitut in crucial move for Inuit cultural survival"

CNEWS - Canada: Chretien has no regrets about Iraq

Harpers.org: "Weekly Review"

FAIR MEDIA ADVISORY:Beltway Humor: Media React to Bush's Weapons Jokes

Royal Gazette: "Airborne study may explain climate change"

We can win a peaceful world!: "Let us be clear on the facts of what happened one year ago on March 20. The United States, aided by Britain and Australia, attacked a sovereign country, unprovoked, and in breach of the most basic principles of international law.
By the most conservative estimates, up to 55,000 people were killed, including at least 10,000 civilians, a figure confirmed this week by Amnesty International. "

The NOTMILK Homepage! (MILK is a bad-news substance!): "Your State's Average Pus Count "

Aljazeera.Net - Drugs trade thriving in Iraq: "Cocaine smuggling from Iran to Iraq is spiralling, with Iraqi police and occupation forces apparently unable to stop it."

Current Issues - Depleted Uranium Weapons: "New paper by Dan Fahey addresses unresolved issues regarding depleted uranium and veterans' health"

Toronto Sun Columnist: Eric Margolis - The 'war president' waged a war of lies

USATODAY.com - Report: Nuclear sites put drinking water sources at risk

Scotsman.com News - Latest News - Air Travel 'Of Enormous Concern' for Global Warming

Monday, March 29, 2004

25/3/2004 -- U.S. Officials Drop Wildlife Protections From Forest Plan

ENN News Story - U.S. pushes to boost use of ozone-damaging fumigant

Science Blog Coal source of jet fuel for next generation aircraft

Permafrost Becomes Insecure

US Election for the Rest of the World - World Peace Society Australia: "Let's help the U.S. figure out who their president should be.
Lord knows they spend a lot of time 'helping' other countries with theirs."

Daily News Online - News and Commentary: "America's Rendezvous With Manifest Destiny Part 1 of Three"

CNN.com - Mystery over new Russian weapon - Mar 29, 2004: "Russia has designed a 'revolutionary' weapon that would make the prospective U.S. missile defense useless, Russian news agencies reported, quoting a senior Defense Ministry official."

Polaris Institute - Publications: "How Corporations are planning to take control of local water services
Introduction: Exposing the Private Water Industry"


Chicago Tribune | U.S. war on anthrax has its risks: "Rush to stock new vaccine has scientists wary"

Lies Are Hallmark Of Team Bush

CBS News | Exxon's Valdez Fines Still Unpaid | March 25, 2004�00:26:57: "Ten years ago, a jury ordered Exxon to pay what now amounts to $6.5 billion for damage to the fishing industry. While many fishermen have gone bankrupt, the case remains tied up in appeals and Exxon hasn't paid a penny."

Yahoo! News - Scores of Seabirds Starving in Alaska: "Thousands of dead or starving seabirds have fallen out of the sky or washed up on beaches along the south-central coast of Alaska, and scientists say they don't know why. "

BBC NEWS | Americas | Amazon pipeline plan 'damaging': "Opponents of a gas pipeline project in Peru's Amazon have released leaked government documents to show the damage caused to the rainforest and tribes. "

CNN.com - Historian: Kerry FBI files�stolen - Mar 28, 2004: "FBI documents about FBI surveillance of John Kerry in the early 1970s have been stolen, according to their owner, a historian who lives near San Francisco, California."

News: "An army of thousands of mercenaries has appeared in Iraq's major cities, many of them former British and American soldiers hired by the occupying Anglo-American authorities and by dozens of companies who fear for the lives of their employees."

Taipei Times - archives: "Japan's biowarfare exposed
Up to a million Chinese may have been killed by the Japanese in WWII and the US did a deal giving scientists immunity "

AF2025 v3c15-1 | Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning... | (Ch 1): "Owning the Weather in 2025 "

RollingStone.com: "George W. Bush will go down in history as America's worst environmental president."

Eating Fossil Fuels

News: "Levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have jumped abruptly, raising fears that global warming may be accelerating out of control."

Yahoo! News - Rapid growth of "dead zones" in oceans threatens planet

Yahoo! News - Australians measure alarming rise in global greenhouse gases

Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Sharon's troubles deepen in bribe case

G.I.�s Padlock Baghdad Paper Accused of Lies: "American soldiers shut down a popular Baghdad newspaper on Sunday and tightened chains across the doors after the occupation authorities accused it of printing lies that incited violence."

Sunday, March 28, 2004

BBC NEWS | Europe | Ukrainian missiles 'gone missing': "Ukrainian Defence Minister Yevhen Marchuk has said that several hundred of his country's missiles are unaccounted for. "

TheNewOrleansChannel.com - News - Court Opens Door To Searches Without Warrants

TheNewOrleansChannel.com - Technology - NASA Hypersonic Flight Is A Success: "Aircraft Could Reach 5,000 MPH"

News: "Global warming spirals upwards"

Taipei Times - archives: "How can we fight global warming? Guerrilla warfare"

Spaceflight Now | Breaking News | Land cover changes affect U.S. summer climate

Saturday, March 27, 2004


CEASEFIRE: "Canada's Stars Urge Paul Martin
to 'Keep Canada out of Star Wars'
Bryan Adams, Pierre Berton, Sarah McLachlan, others send letter to PM
18 "

Betterhumans > NASA Ready to Go Hypersonic: "Experimental aircraft could hit Mach 7 in test of scramjet engine"

CTV.ca - Canadian military plans summer Arctic mission-

ScienceDaily News Release: New Climate Model Predicts Greater 21st Century Warming: "New Climate Model Predicts Greater 21st Century Warming"

ScienceDaily News Release: Land Cover Changes Affect U.S. Summer Climate

environmental data interactive exchange: "Including aviation in emissions trading would hit low cost flights hardest"

News | canada.com network: "Canada waging war on climate change"

EMS - An Abrupt Climate Change Scenario: "Pentagon Report Describes Global Warming Dangers

Last update: March 2004"

Fortune: The Pentagon's Weather Nightmare - Rainforest Action Network News: "The climate could change radically, and fast. That would be the mother of all national security issues."

Thursday, March 25, 2004

Traprock Peace Center: "Freedom of Information Act request shows US Navy was aware of 'depleted' uranium radiation and toxicity risks at least since May 14, 1984. "

Traprock Peace Center: "Soldiers' accounts reveal new details:
'depleted' uranium rounds devastated US troops at An Nasiriyah"


BBC NEWS | Americas | World population growth 'falling'


TimesDispatch.com | Presidential race draped in Yale blue: "No matter who wins this presidential race, Yale will come out on top.
Not only did George W. Bush and John Kerry graduate from the Ivy League school in the classes of'68 and'66 respectively, but both were members of the ultra-elite secret society, Skull and Bones."

The Globe and Mail: "Skeletons in the presidential closet
George W. Bush and John Kerry may be worlds apart politically, writes CHRISTOPHER REED, but they have at least one thing in common: lifetime memberships in the highly influential -- and mysteriously secretive -- Skull and Bones Society"

Sun-Sentinel: Strange But True: "Yale's Bonesmen swear they'll carry the secrets of Bush, Kerry and their other brothers to the grave."

It is a Bonesman who will win the next US elections : "Welcome to a fraternity that has its hands on the levers of US power "


News | canada.com network: "Canada's troops to reclaim Arctic
Five-year plan to 'put footprints in the snow' and assert northern sovereignty"

News | canada.com network: "Each Canadian worth $124,700 if we divide up what the country is worth"

National Post: "Canadian project turns last of Kabul's landmine stockpiles into stove tops"

New Scientist: "There is life on Mars, a researcher has announced at a conference - unfortunately it is just spaceship-borne contamination."

ENN News Story - Bush administration eases logging restrictions on logging old-growth forests

Misleader.org: Daily Mislead: "Bush Administration Resorts to Lies About 9/11"

Newhouse A1: "For Black America, The Thrill of Powell and Rice Is Gone"

BAW: Black Deaths in Iraq War Exceeds Rate of Vietnam: "Black Deaths in Iraq War Exceeds Rate of Vietnam"

Wednesday, March 24, 2004

CanadaIT.com - News On The WebCN Tower may hold key to surge protection solution - U of T prof. has spent 30 years measuring lightning strikes

Jaw-dropping theory of human evolution: Did mankind trade chewing power for a bigger brain?

News & Politics: "U.S. gay soldier dismissals drop in 2003"

USATODAY.com - Scientists testing national park snow for pollution

Scientists call for more research to better control unhealthy soot pollution

Unknown News: "McDonald's tests automation to replace minimum wage workers"


Food Ingredients First: Nutrition, Ingredients and Foods Online - Newsmaker: "McDonald`s to serve music with Big Macs

US fastfood giant McDonald`s Corp. is planning to team up with the recording arm of Japan`s Sony Corp. to give away free music downloads with its hamburgers, a report said."

Food Ingredients First: Nutrition, Ingredients and Foods Online - Newsmaker: "Unilever Canada announces margarine products without trans-fatty acids.

The company says that health concerns prompted the action."

International Fund for Animal Welfare | Press Releases | New Releases | Canadian Seal Hunt Begins Today

: "12 rich countries seek exemption from ban on ozone-destroying pesticide - UN"

IHT: Global efforts to repair ozone layer are in jeopardy

Newsday.com - AP World News: "China to Crack Down on 'Light Pollution'"

ScienceDaily News Release: Ozone-destroying Gas In Atmostphere Increased Significantly During Industrial Age, Study Shows

The Village Voice: Features: Iraq's Children of the Bomblet by Kareem Fahim

The MadCow Morning News: "During the summer of 1974 George W Bush flew for a CIA-connected airline in Alaska later suspected by the Iran Contra Commission of being involved in CIA drug trafficking in support of the Contras"

Tuesday, March 23, 2004

Universe Today - New Proposal to Search for Dark Matter

Youth Scholarships Raise Awareness of Kyoto Prizes

Business News - Western Australia bans all GM crops

Brudirect.com� - Local News: "Economy Sensitive To Climate Changes, Says Perm Sec "

ENN News Story - Russia seizes China-bound truck with 800 bear paws

TheStar.com - My weekend with Dylan: "Rock legend plays three T.O. shows in three nights
He's old, raspy, hard to hear - it was nearly perfect"

ENN Affiliate News - Combating Climate Change: Economic Opportunity or Economic Suicide?

Early Signs of Climate Devastation Already Visible: Kofi Annan

Climate: The costs of climate change

Monday, March 22, 2004

Straight Goods - Canada's independent on-line source of news, analysis, information and fun: "Canada got it right on Iraq
We should not shrink from disagreeing with the US when it is wrong - and it was wrong to go to war, says former UN ambassador."

: "International Day of Action
Chomsky speaks to 25,000 in Vancouver"

Human breasts grown on mice: New tissue grafts will help study cancer's causes.

TalkLeft: Jimmy Carter Blasts Bush and Blair: Former President Jimmy Carter is the latest critic of the War in Iraq. From an interview with London's Independent:"

Top News Article | Reuters.com: "WTO: No Foul in U.S.-Canada Lumber Fight"

New Scientist: "Greenhouse gas level hits record high "

Intel's Pentium 4 3.4GHz processors - The Tech Report -

CBS News | Canada To Test Marijuana Program | March 22, 2004�05:32:59

BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Climate change taskforce launches

: "Climate change: UN marks treaty's anniversary by hailing savings of going green"

Saturday, March 20, 2004

BCGEU asks courts to save Medical Services Plan: "Sell-off to private U.S. firm may put medical records in FBI hands"

News | canada.com network: "Al-Qaida has suitcase nuclear bombs: Pakistani journalist"

ENVIRONMENT: Prepare for the Worst, Says Next Host of Climate Change Meet

Earth Blog: Climate Change Impacting World�s Last Large Intact Habitats: " Bush Claims He Is a Green || The Politics of Timber Theft in America

MSNBC - Oceans in crisis,will Bush step up?:His experts advise landmark changes in upcoming report"

Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Iraq: Blair and Bush seek new UN backing

From The Wilderness Publications: "Oil market tightness is likely long term "

Khilafah.com - Pilger claims proof of WMD lies

George Bush and the Rise of Christian Fascism

Business booms for Bay Area contractors / $5.5 billion flowed from the Defense Dept. to local firms last year

The Unmentionable Source of Terrorism - by John Pilger

News | canada.com network: "Canada's troubled spy plane fleet loses 4th drone in Afghanistan"

Friday, March 19, 2004

Science Blog - Scientists find new carbon pollution called 'tar balls'

Guardian Unlimited | The Guardian | Things get worse with Coke: "First, Coca-Cola's new brand of 'pure' bottled water, Dasani, was revealed earlier this month to be tap water taken from the mains."

The U.S. Global Empire by Laurence M. Vance

CNN.com - Soldiers put Iraq 'war trophies' on eBay - Mar 18, 2004

Animation of Asteroid's Close Brush with Earth

National Post: "Bombardier wins $270M CF-18 pilot training contract from Canadian military"

New Scientist: "New monkey virus jumps to humans "

ENN News Story - Fresh studies support new mass extinction theory

Yahoo! News - Early signs of climate devastation already visible: Kofi Annan

EO News: Isolated Coral Reefs are at Riskfrom Global Climate Change - March 18, 2004

ScienceDaily News Release: Glacial Records Depict Ice Age Climate In Synch Worldwide

FT.com Home UK: "Korea scraps plan to send troops to N Iraq"

BBC NEWS | Business | Shell boss 'shocked' at revisions: "Shell's chief executive Malcolm Brinded has said he was 'shocked and disappointed' that the company had once again overestimated its oil reserves. "

: "Since the war kicked off in Iraq, the medical team at Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC) has been putting in long hours � especially the overtaxed orthopedic staff charged with caring for the thousands of soldiers who�ve lost arms and legs. "

Voltage Electric Cycles :: Vancouver and Canada's Source for electric bikes and personal alternative transportation

Bush's Distortions Misled Congress in Its War Vote

ENN News Story - Fresh studies support new mass extinction theory

New Scientist: "No Moon, no life on Earth, suggests theory "

Orion > Orion Magazine > March | April 2004 > Charles Wohlforth: "Like canaries in a coal mine, our northernmost Americans are the first to face the alarming challenges of global warming"

Orion > The Millennium Project > Peter deMenocal: "The Event of the Century
Science, Global Warming, and Environmental Policy"

Universe Today - New Detail on Cometary Jets Seen By Stardust

Thursday, March 18, 2004

American Civil Liberties Union : Feature on MATRIX: "MATRIX (Multistate Anti-TeRrorism Information eXchange) is the latest data mining program to emerge from the government. This surveillance system combines information about individuals from government databases and private-sector data companies. "

CTV.ca - Chretien boasts about staying out of Iraq war- CTV News, Shows and Sports -- Canadian Television

Please, Spare Some Change? Times I Am Homeless, I Use This Phrase Often! Been Homeless In Canada Often, Once In USA: "This site is a homeless search engine/spider & portal dedicated to giving resources (food banks, soup kitches, hostels, shelters, housing, welfare, panhandling, food stamps, employment & jobs, squatting, news, laws & human rights, etc) that homeless (run aways, veterans, disabled, poor/poverty, etc) and low-incomed people can use to help them get off the streets. Just use the search form above this paragraph. "

SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Science -- Early warming: "The origins of human-influenced climate change may be traced back 5,000 years
By Richard Lovett
March 17, 2004
Global warming is usually presumed to be a modern problem: a byproduct of the Industrial Revolution and its intensive use of carbon dioxide-producing fossil fuels. But humans have been changing the earth's climate for thousands of years, says William Ruddiman, an emeritus professor of environmental sciences from the University of Virginia. And the changes have been substantial."

Baghdad Burning: "The words look good on paper- as words often do. Some parts of it sound hauntingly like our last constitution. The discussions about the Transitional Law all focus on the legitimacy of this document. Basically, an occupying power brought in a group of exiles, declared Iraq 'liberated', declared the constitution we've been using since the monarchy annulled and set up a group of puppets as a Governing Council. Can these laws be considered legitimate? "

ENVIRONMENT: Prepare for the Worst, Says Next Host of Climate Change Meet: "Prepare for the Worst, Says Next Host of Climate Change Meet

Marcela Valente

BUENOS AIRES, Mar 17 (IPS) - In the past five international conferences on climate change, hopes have focused on attempts to get the United States and Russia to agree to cut emissions of greenhouse gases. But the wait has been in vain, and the global meetings flopped, one after another. "

15/3/2004 -- Damage from Warming Becoming 'Irreversible,' Says New Report

Bush's Global Credibility Gap: "Bush's Global Credibility Gap
Spanish Election, Pew study Show World Wants Bush Out"

General Sacked by Bush Says He Wanted Early Elections: "Jay Garner, the US general abruptly dismissed as Iraq's first occupation administrator after a month in the job, says he fell out with the Bush circle because he wanted free elections and rejected an imposed program of privatization. "

Cracks in the Coalition: Italian Minister: Iraq Invasion 'Mistake', Poland's President: Bush 'Deceived Us': "Poland Was 'Taken for a Ride' About Iraq's WMD: President"

BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Trains 'should replace planes': "An independent UK environment advisory group says the contribution of aircraft to climate change is deeply worrying."

Progressive News - Pentagon Making Contingencies for Climate Change by Ira Chernus

China targets weblogs in censorship bid. 18/03/2004. ABC News Online

Neftegaz.ru - Press: "Camilo Mejia, a 28-year-old Nicaraguan, who enlisted eight years ago hoping to secure US citizenship, is the first of an estimated 600 deserters from Iraq to turn himself in, his lawyers said."

Op-Ed Columnist: Weak on Terror: "The truth is that Mr. Bush, while eager to invoke 9/11 on behalf of an unrelated war, has shown consistent reluctance to focus on the terrorists who actually attacked America, or their backers in Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. "

AMSAFE Aviation Inflatable Restraint

The Next Worst Thing: "Is the federal government's expansion of biodefense research paving the way for the bioweapons of the future? "

Global Warming FAQ: "climate science
Frequently Asked Questions
about Global Warming "

Global Warming FAQ: "Global Warming
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions"

Wednesday, March 17, 2004

NASA: 100-foot asteroid to make record, but harmless, pass by Earth

Iraq on the Record: "The Iraq on the Record Report, prepared at the request of Rep. Henry A. Waxman, is a comprehensive examination of the statements made by the five Administration officials most responsible for providing public information and shaping public opinion on Iraq: President George W. Bush, Vice President Richard Cheney, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of State Colin Powell, and National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice. "

CIDRAP >> Benign rashes seen in first-time smallpox vaccinees

Royal Horticultural Society - Climate Change: "The report - Gardening in the Global Greenhouse: The Impacts of Climate Change on Gardens in the UK "

Universe Today - The Origins of Oxygen on Earth

Universe Today - More Details on Water Vapour Feedback

The National Enquirer: Prison Gang Targets Martha

High Altitude Airship (HAA)

Did cracking continent trigger a deep freeze?: The break-up of a supercontinent may have caused a 'Snowball Earth'.

News - canada.com network: "SASKATOON (CP) - Saskatoon police are trying to intimidate people by videotaping spectators going in and out of a public inquiry into the freezing death of an aboriginal teenager, a lawyer suggested Wednesday. "

rabble.ca - in his own words: "Wrong passport, wrong religion, wrong skin colour"

rabble news - everyone's a critic: "Unravelling the spin: separating news from PR"

Portsmouth Today: "Vaccine whistleblower kicked out of regiment
AN ARMY medic whose wife blew the whistle on a potential anthrax scandal has been kicked out of his regiment."

The Bushes' New World Disorder

The Malta Independent Daily Website: "New research shows health effects of GM crops" Not good.

TheStar.com - Canada warned of `untested' U.S. missile defence system

BBC NEWS | England | Councillor plans to halt GM maize: "A councillor in Yorkshire is trying a novel way to ruin government plans to grow genetically modified (GM) maize. "

Tuesday, March 16, 2004

Universe Today - SOHO Sees a Huge Prominence on the Sun

Toronto Sun Columnist: Eric Margolis: "Bush's war is a financial disaster
The U.S. won an inevitable military triumph, but political victory remains elusive "

The U.S. Global Empire by Laurence M. Vance

From The Wilderness Publications on the web @ www.copvcia.com: "VACCINE EPIDEMIC"

News - Victoria - canada.com network: "STORY
Cuts in women's aid prompt sit-in at legislature"

english.eastday.com: "Xiao cited a recent study conducted by German scientists that found nocturnal luminance affects people's internal secretions giving rise to cancers. "

liberal. The American Heritage� Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.: "liberal

PRONUNCIATION: lbr-l, lbrl
ADJECTIVE:1a. Not limited to or by established, traditional, orthodox, or authoritarian attitudes, views, or dogmas; free from bigotry. "

MediaGuardian.co.uk | Broadcast | US government faked Bush news reports

Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Noam Chomsky: "There's a lot of focus on the American death toll but personally I think that's partly propaganda exaggeration."

Scoop: Judgement In The People Vs George Walker Bush

CTV.ca - Canadian soldier in Kabul injured in accident- CTV News, Shows and Sports -- Canadian Television: "KABUL � A Canadian soldier was injured Tuesday evening when the fire extinguishing system in his light armoured vehicle accidentally went off. "

Ananova - 'Dairy food as deadly as tobacco'

Early man steered clear of Neanderthal romance: No evidence of interbreeding between primitive humans.

EUpolitix - MEPs clamp down on climate change

IHT: A year after Iraq war, European distrust of U.S. role sharpens

Reuters Health Information (2004-03-15): Global drug sales up 9 pct to almost $500 billion: IMS survey

Monday, March 15, 2004

ZNet | Foreign Policy | US-Haiti: "by Noam Chomsky"

Daily News Online - News and Commentary: "U.S. Videos, for TV News, Come Under Scrutiny"

FBI adds to wiretap wish list | CNET News.com

Center for American Progress - White House Intimidation - Page: "A Brief History of Threats and Defamation"

Military Retiree Grass Roots Group - working the military retiree medical care broken promise issue: "Click here to learn about the greatest swindle of all time"

Leaked Code Still Could Bear Malicious Fruit

News - canada.com network: "Ottawa warming to Alberta views on climate change, says provincial minister"

CNEWS - Weird News: Singapore to partially end gum ban

Reuters AlertNet - Acupuncture helps chronic headache sufferers-study

USATODAY.com - Quebec calls 1,200 people for HIV tests, acupuncture clinic reused needles

CN ON: One Weird Scene, Man: "Stuck In The Maw Of The Anti-drug Monster, I Wonder If Cops Will Ever Make Peace With Potheads "

ResearchBuzz -- PubSub Monitors Weblogs and Creates Custom RSS Feeds

Philstar.com - The Filipino Global Community: "An innovative way of planting crops. The method, called five-story farming, was developed by researchers at the University of the Philippines-Los Baños (UPLB) who conceived the innovative way of planting crops. It calls for horizontal positioning of plants up to five-story high."

Science Blog - Wasps' brains enlarge as they perform more demanding jobs

SciDev.Net: "Climate change threatens alpine ecosystems"

Sunday, March 14, 2004

Scoop: The Real Deal: HUD Sec. Mel Martinez' Hotseat: "About $59 Billion Missing from The US Dept. of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) "

Scoop: U.S. Unloading WMD in Iraq

Scoop: UQ Wire: Police Block 9/11 Families From Rally

The Globe and Mail: "Bush lied to justify Iraq war, Canada right to stay out: poll"

The Globe and Mail: "Iraqi boy who lost arms won't move to Ontario"

BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Climate risk to UK apple orchards

Balloon used to get rid of brain tumour - SpecialsHealthScience - www.smh.com.au

New York Daily News - Ideas & Opinions - Lenore Skenazy: Hey, George! The Pentagon's scared, too: "The brass sees global warming as a huge threat"

The editors' page -- Unknown News: "My hell in Camp X-Ray "

Scotland on Sunday - International - Canadian veterans spurn gas test payoff

News: Big Brother in the black box

Saturday, March 13, 2004

Zenit News Agency - The World Seen From Rome: "Silence Surrounds Missing Kids in Mozambique
Religious Raised the Alarm About Organ Trafficking"

Financial Bonanza behind the 9/11 Tragedy: "Who are the Financial Actors behind the WTC?"

Telegraph | News | Secret at the heart of Putin's rise to power

STLtoday - News - World

Alex Jones Presents Infowars.com to Fight the New World Order -Is Military Creeping Into Domestic Law Enforcement?

Army treating hundreds of leishmaniasis cases: "A little-known parasite that causes chronic, festering sores will be returning home with some of Operation Iraqi Freedom's warfighters."

8/3/2004 -- Chinese Meteorologists Warn of Climate Catastrophes

Herald Sun: Attack threat if world starves [14mar04]: "AUSTRALIA would need to fortify its defences to protect itself from hungry invaders in the event of abrupt climate change, a Pentagon-commissioned report predicts."

Citizens find Bush guilty of Afghan war crimes"

Our pilots refused to bomb 40 times - SpecialsWarOnIraq - www.smh.com.au: "Australia's F/A-18 pilots defied the orders of American commanders and refused to drop their bombs on up to 40 missions during the invasion of Iraq, it can now be revealed."

HelpJacqui - A Story of Courage and Resolve Against Adversity - A Drunk Driver Innocent Victim's Saga

Yahoo! News - Ecuador evaluating environmental damage from broken oil pipeline

TalkLeft: Young Lawyer Dies in Iraq


CONTRAILS JET AVIATION CIRRUS GLOBAL WARMING ASTRONOMY: "Contrails (condensation trails behind jet aircraft) are becoming a menace to observational astronomy. "

Calgary Herald - canada.com network: "FBI hid Oklahoma bombing files, court told
Judge reviews allegations of tainted jurors"

Friday, March 12, 2004

CBC News:Canada to get red poppy coin

The Earth Institute at Columbia University: "Are Earthquakes Related?"

environmental data interactive exchange: "Kyoto Protocol now legally binding in all EU Member States"

Climate change could come like lightning

Telegraph | News | Bosnian troops to clear mines in Iraq

IHT: U.S. is retraining for a nimbler, deadlier military

NEWS.com.au | Baby screams to fight Al Qaeda (March 12, 2004): "The 'Secret Scream' gun fires sonic 'bolts' across distances as far as 300m at up to 145db, with results ranging from excruciating agony to permanent deafness - or even death after a prolonged burst."

WINDS Home Page: "NASA Satellite Finds Something Fishy About Santa Ana Winds "

News: "Bodies donated to New Orleans medical school were sold to army for landmine tests"

Did Canadian serial killer's victims end up as bacon? - MARCH 12, 2004


Corporate America can't ignore global warming, Gore says

Thursday, March 11, 2004

Salon.com | The new Pentagon papers: "A high-ranking military officer reveals how Defense Department extremists suppressed information and twisted the truth to drive the country to war."

'Untouched' rainforest hit by environmental change: Changes in tree communities underline humans' pervasive influence.: "The balance has been altered because the fastest-growing tree species are now growing even faster"

Global warming has gone to the bogs | csmonitor.com: "Forget the melting glaciers. Global warming is revealing itself in subtler ways. Think methane. Swedish bogs are releasing more methane as climate warms and permafrost melts. Methane is a potent greenhouse gas with 25 times the heat-trapping power of carbon dioxide (CO2). With more methane in the air, climate warming could accelerate. "

ScienceDaily News Release: University Of California Study Sheds New Light On Climate-change Processes: "A new study from the University of California shows, for the first time, that the deep-ocean circulation system of the north Atlantic, which controls ice-age cycles of cold and warm periods in the Northern Hemisphere, is integrally coupled to salinity levels in the Caribbean Sea."

BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Tell science your climate fears

USATODAY.com - EPA investigating vapors from microwave popcorn

Sunday, March 07, 2004

Death by Doctoring-1/2

Wounded U.S. Soldiers Maltreated :: Intervention Magazine :: War, Politics, Culture

GLOCOM Platform - Opinions: "President George Bush and the Gilded Age"

Friday, March 05, 2004

WWF Newsroom: "Hairy legs contest: a victim of climate change?"

Thursday, March 04, 2004

SeedQuest - News section: "Keeping more weeds around may help ward off crop pests and could pay large dividends for Canadian canola producers"

Northrop to Develop New Destroyer Class

General Dynamics Receives $57.5 Million Order :: "production of unguided Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) 70mm rockets, motors and warheads for the U.S. Army, Navy and Special Operations Command"

Universe Today - Asteroid Bill Passes

The Building You're In Fuels Global Warming

News - canada.com network: "Climate change could spur worrisome migration, says study for spy agency"

CNN.com - Bush ads anger some 9/11 families - Mar. 4, 2004

The Village Voice: Features: The Essay: Blogging Off by Whitney Pastorek

BBC NEWS | Africa | 'Cannabis switch hits food crop'

Universe Today - The Asteroid that Almost Hit

WWF Newsroom: "WWF scientist provides testimony on climate change impacts"

Tuesday, March 02, 2004

Daily News Online - News and Commentary: "Repentant arms dealer reveals disgruntled
U.S. military on the verge of revolt"

Green Party of the United States: "Haitian Crisis: U.S. Must Back Haiti's Democratically Elected Government, Not Rebel Thugs; Must End Embargo."

Telegraph | News | Officers failed us in Iraq, say soldiers

Reuters AlertNet - 18,000 US Guard troops alerted for likely Iraq duty

RFID Tags in New US Notes Explode When You Try to Microwave Them

Chinese becomes No.3 language in Canada

National Post: "Ottawa issues patent for jet with escape pods
Laser would sever plane in two"

The Globe and Mail: "Hells Angels members convicted in Montreal"

Yahoo! News - Poppy crop in Afghanistan at record high: US

Monday, March 01, 2004

Lockheed Martin Introduces New Paveway Dual Mode Guided Bomb: "Lockheed Martin received 100 percent of a Department of Defense supplemental appropriation last November to provide Paveway II laser guided bomb kits, replacing those expended in Operation Iraqi Freedom. "

Science & Technology at Scientific American.com: Where There's Smoke, There's Climate Change

AxisofLogic/ U.S. News/Comment: "Ban on Gay Marriage: Bush and Jesus got their own thing goin'"

Scoop: Chossudovsky: US Sponsored Coup d'Etat In Haiti

TheStar.com - New torture claim shows Arar's case isn't unique

The Narco News Bulletin: "Haiti 2004: The Great Irony
In the Country's Bicentennial Year, another US-Backed Coup"


News Forum for Conscious Beings - Shwa.org: "Fox News Investigation: How the Mossad taps ALL US Phones
And it's relation to the Israeli backed organised crime in the US (traffick of cocain and extasy) and the 9-11 terror attacks. How the suspects of 9-11 were informed as soon as the FBI tapped their phones."

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