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Deadly Fukushima Radiation up 50,000% as Elevated Radiation Levels Seen Across North America

Data gathered from tracking units in California, Arizona, Illinois and elsewhere reveal radiation levels up to 50,000 percent higher than what was observed at the same time last year, and in some cases compared to levels seen this past summer. . . . → Read More: Deadly Fukushima Radiation up 50,000% as Elevated Radiation Levels Seen Across North America
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100 Million Americans Could Lose Power in Major Sun Storm

100 Million Americans Could Lose Power in Major Sun Storm
Millions of Americans face catastrophic loss of electrical power during a future magnetic space storm that will disrupt the electric grid and cause cascading infrastructure failures, according to a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) document. . . . → Read More: 100 Million Americans Could Lose Power in Major Sun Storm
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British Company Offers No Reassurance to Concerns of Proposal to Release GM Mosquitoes in U.S.

Aedes aegypti Mosquito, a common vector of dengue fever and yellow fever
British company Oxitec is petitioning the U.S. Government for permission to release male GE Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that contain a gene whereby they die unless receiving an antidote in the form of antibiotic tetracycline. . . . → Read More: British Company Offers No Reassurance to Concerns of Proposal to Release GM Mosquitoes in U.S.
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Elite Think Tank Admits to Ongoing Climate Engineering Experiments

Elite Think Tank Admits to Ongoing Climate Engineering
Elite Think Tank Admits to Ongoing Climate Engineering Experiments By Nicholas West | Activist Post If we could experiment with the atmosphere and literally play God, it's very tempting to a scientist. - Kenyan earth scientist Richard Odingo For those who know about the history of geoengineering - aka chemtrails . . . → Read More: Elite Think Tank Admits to Ongoing Climate Engineering Experiments
Energy & Environment

Thinking Is An Expensive Occupation

Thinking Is An Expensive Occupation By Paul Craig Roberts | RINF Human disruption of the environment Raising unsettling questions and providing disturbing explanations seldom meet with accolades. For example, Guy McPherson is a University of Arizona scientist who has been studying human disruption of the environment and climate for 30 . . . → Read More: Thinking Is An Expensive Occupation
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500 more Dead Sea Lions; Fukushima Radiation Continues to Spread Across Ocean

500 more Dead Sea Lions; Fukushima Radiation Continues
500 more Dead Sea Lions; Fukushima Radiation Continues to Spread Across Ocean By Jonathan Benson | Natural News (NaturalNews) Another mysterious wave of dead sea animals has washed ashore in Peru, the possible consequence of ongoing radiation releases from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility in Japan. BBC News reports that . . . → Read More: 500 more Dead Sea Lions; Fukushima Radiation Continues to Spread Across Ocean
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WARNING: White House Climate Change for Sonoma County, CA and Other Cities

Climate Change
WARNING: White House Climate Change for Sonoma County, CA and Other Cities By Deborah Tavares The White House has singled out over a dozen cities and regions to send in additional government resources to "force" efforts to address climate change. The receivers of the governments award programs will have the . . . → Read More: WARNING: White House Climate Change for Sonoma County, CA and Other Cities
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Miami Area Nuclear Plant In Partial Shutdown After Steam Leak

Nuclear Plant In Partial Shutdown
Miami Area Nuclear Plant In Partial Shutdown After Steam Leak By Sayer Ji | Green Med Info Perhaps the most dangerous nuclear reactor in the U.S. is in partial shutdown following the discovery of a steam leak. South Florida's ailing Turkey Point nuclear power station is in the news again, . . . → Read More: Miami Area Nuclear Plant In Partial Shutdown After Steam Leak
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Fukushima Worker: They’re Covering up How Much Contamination is Flowing into Ocean

Fukushima Worker: They’re Covering up How Much Contamination is Flowing
Worker: They’re Covering up How Much Contamination is Flowing into Ocean By ENENews Fukushima Worker: They’re covering up how much contamination is flowing into ocean — Scientist: We are measuring higher radiation levels off Japan — Plume near California already exceeds expectations, and will keep rising for years to come . . . → Read More: Fukushima Worker: They’re Covering up How Much Contamination is Flowing into Ocean
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Monster Sunspot May Unleash Powerful Solar Flares

Monster Sunspot May Unleash Powerful Solar Flares - AR 12192
Monster Sunspot May Unleash Powerful Solar Flares By Calla Cofield, Staff Writer | Space.com The largest sunspot to appear on Earth's nearest star in more than two decades is once again pointed at the planet, and it will likely kick-start solar storms, NASA scientists say. The massive sunspot, previously known . . . → Read More: Monster Sunspot May Unleash Powerful Solar Flares
Energy & Environment

Chemtrails and the Nuclear Connection

Chemtrails and the Nuclear Connection

By By Ethan Indigo Smith and Andy Whiteley

The complexity of nuclear experimentation is beyond the pale of postmodern human comprehension. It also reveals, although we would like to believe otherwise, our inability or unwillingness to consider the unseen. Whether it is invisible because of . . . → Read More: Chemtrails and the Nuclear Connection

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China & Others Can Cripple US Power Grid, NSA Admits for the First Time

U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Michael S. Rogers

China & Others Can Cripple US Power Grid, NSA Admits for the First Time

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The head of the National Security Agency warned Congress on Thursday that China and “one or two” other nations currently possess the capability of crippling the American power grid through cyberattacks.

Speaking before the House . . . → Read More: China & Others Can Cripple US Power Grid, NSA Admits for the First Time

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Stunning Photos Of Record Snow Covering Upstate New York: 100 Total Inches Of Snow Expected

Record cumulative snowfall through Wednesday

Stunning Photos Of Record Snow Covering Upstate New York: 100 Total Inches Of Snow Expected

By Tyler Durden

As previously reported, the anticipated Polar Vortex 2.0 has struck, pushing temperatures in all 50 states to below freezing, while heavy snow prompted a state of emergency in western New York and . . . → Read More: Stunning Photos Of Record Snow Covering Upstate New York: 100 Total Inches Of Snow Expected

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The Truth About Fukushima The Japanese Government Is Hiding

The Truth About Fukushima The Japanese Government Is Hiding By Sophie McAdam And nobody seems to be saying much about it This special report from Vice should have the world´s attention. While the Japanese government (and mainstream media) continues to ignore the horror unleashed by the Fukushima nuclear plant tragedy, . . . → Read More: The Truth About Fukushima The Japanese Government Is Hiding
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Global Warming? Record Breaking Cold Blankets United States

Global Warming? Record Breaking Cold Blankets United States

Global Warming? Record Breaking Cold Blankets United States

By Red Pill Reports

Something went wrong with global warming. It got cold. And the plan to tax ALL of us for CO2? (It's what plants breath folks.) Oh, now it's "Climate Change".

From weatherbell.com,

Tuesday morning, America 'as a whole' awoke . . . → Read More: Global Warming? Record Breaking Cold Blankets United States