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Ethanol biofuels pollute more than Oil based Gasoline – Study

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Contrary to popular ‘green’ beliefs, a study funded by the US federal government argues that corn-based biofuels are actually worse for the environment than gasoline, as they emit more greenhouse gasses and deplete soil carbon. The $500,000 peer-reviewed analysis by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, published in an issue of the journal Nature Climate... 

UK invaded by killer shrimps, zebra mussels & giant Asian hornets

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Alien wildlife species, such as killer shrimps and zebra mussels, are invading Britain at a rate never seen before, the UK parliament’s green watchdog warns. Meanwhile, giant Asian hornets that have caused six deaths in France are on their way to the UK. MPs from the Environmental Audit Committee urged the British government to introduce new laws to tackle... 

Cyclone Ita hits Australia 16000 homes without power

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Thousands of homes in Australia’s Barrier Reef coastal region remain without power and face clean water shortages as Cyclone Ita continues to batter the northern coastline. Emergency authorities announce on Saturday that nearly 16,000 homes were without electricity and a number of roadways were shut down due to flooding while residents of worst-hit Cooktown... 

Strange Ghostly Cloud Engulfs Beach in Spain

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A huge cloud was filmed engulfing the main beach in Alicante, causing concern among locals and holidaymakers and prompting debate as to its cause. The huge white mass is seen rolling across the sands of Albufereta beach, obscuring everything in its path – despite an otherwise cloudless sky. Some speculated that the cloud was smoke from a fire, while others... 

Authoritarians Move to Ban Free Speech Ahead of Crackdown

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Alex dissects the greatest hoax of the century, “Man Made Global Warming” in this exclusive special report. Contrary to major media reports, the Arctic & Antarctic ice sheets have seen record growth year after year. After blatantly lying to the public in the face of hard science, so called “experts” are now calling for a “crackdown” on climate... 

China begins openly using drones to spray chemtrails

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It has been well reported that China’s cities have some of the worst pollution problems in the world, with smog so thick that it is hard to see through. The Chinese government’s solution is actually to use drones that will disperse chemtrails into the air. This has been reported in state sponsored media and admitted by the government. They claim that the... 

​Los Angeles becomes largest US city to prohibit fracking

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The Los Angeles, California City Council has passed a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, making it the largest US city to prohibit the highly controversial oil and gas drilling procedure. In a 10 to 0 vote in favor of a moratorium on Friday, the Los Angeles City Council curbed “all activity associated with well stimulation, including, but not limited to,... 

March snowstorm pummels East Coast, shuts down US government

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Weather continues to cause trouble in the United States, as yet another powerful snowstorm is blanketing the mid-Atlantic region and the East Coast on Monday. Much like previous storms, the latest is cancelling flights, clogging up roads, and knocking out power from Maryland and Washington, DC, to states as far south as Arkansas and Texas. In DC, as much as... 

Scientists liken Chinese smog to ‘nuclear winter’

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Air pollution in parts of China is now so extreme it could lead to conditions similar to a “nuclear winter,” scientists say. The smog that covers the country has become so thick it is impeding photosynthesis, potentially disrupting China’s food supply. China’s pollution problem is reaching crisis point, with acrid smog covering six southern provinces... 

Beijing raises pollution alert to orange for first time as heavy smog blankets capital

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Beijing raised its four-tiered smog alert system to ‘orange’ for the first time on Friday as heavy smog was forecast to roll into the city for the next three days. Officials have urged people to stay indoors and use public transport. When Beijing’s Air Quality Index (AQI) readings went above 300 micrograms per cubic meter on Friday – more than... 

Hot weather phenomenon may threaten Earth

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Scientists warns that a dry and hot weather phenomenon known as ‘El Nino’ is likely to hit most parts of the earth in the second half of this year. Researchers in Germany announced that the phenomenon could spew out huge amounts of heat this year, on summer 2014. While the menacing El Nino weather pattern appears to be ready to blow massive amounts of heat... 

Record snowfall in Japan kills 12, disrupts power and transport

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The heaviest snowfall in decades has left 12 dead and more than 1,500 injured across Japan, local media reported on Sunday. The snow has paralyzed the public transport system and left hundreds of thousands without electricity. One person died in a snow-related traffic accident in the city of Shizuoka located south of the capital Tokyo early on Saturday, police... 

At least 12 killed as epic snowstorm covers Northeast US

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A heavy winter storm that slammed the US southeast and made its way up to the north has left over a dozen people dead and knocked out electricity to hundreds of thousands of American homes. The giant storm, called “Snowmaggedon”, has also caused massive traffic jams on roads. Meanwhile, air travelers are also confused as hundreds of flights have been called... 

More than a million cut off of power in Northeast US snowstorm

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After a powerful winter storm knocked out power for more than one million people in the Northeastern United States, hundreds of thousands remain in the dark as utility crews rush to restore electricity. Dubbed “Winter Storm Nika” by the Weather Channel, this was the second blizzard to strike the Northeast this week. Nika dropped more than a foot of snow... 

Heaviest snow in 50 years blankets most of Iran

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Rescue operations are underway in different parts of Iran as the heaviest snowstorm in five decades has blanketed the country’s northern provinces, leaving many people without power and running water. The Iranian Red Crescent Society says teams have rescued over 10,000 people caught in the heavy snow in 18 different provinces. Rescue operations are also underway... 
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