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Comedy Central Scoops Network News on Climate-Gate Scandal

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ABC didn’t cover it. CBS didn’t either. And NBC apparently wouldn’t go near it. The network news broadcasts have ignored a growing scandal over evidence of a potential climate cover-up — and now they’ve even been scooped by the fake news at Comedy Central. “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” produced its “reporting” on Climate-gate Tuesday night, when... 

Hacked UK e-mails reveal Global Warming Fraud?

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University of East Anglia Climate Research Unit Officials at a key global-warming research center in the United Kingdom have authenticated a series of e-mails and other documents apparently taken from their computer system by a hacker, but they cannot explain what scientists in internal exchanges meant by references to a “trick” that would “hide the decline” of global temperatures... 

Lord Christopher Monckton Speaking at Bethel University about the upcoming World Government

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Who is Lord Christopher Monckton? Christopher Walter Monckton, 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley (born 14 February 1952) is a British politician, business consultant, policy adviser, writer, columnist, and inventor. He served as an advisor to Margaret Thatcher’s policy unit in the 1980s and invented the Eternity puzzle at the end of the 1990s. More recently, he has attracted controversy for... 

Gore upbeat on climate bill

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Former Vice President Al Gore shared his optimism about the “shifting momentum” of the climate change debate with about 500 environmental journalists Friday in Madison. “We’re very close to that political tipping point,” Gore said at the Society of Environmental Journalists annual conference at the Madison Concourse Hotel. “Never before in human history has a single... 

South Africa: Elephants slaughtered because of 'Overpopulation'

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South Africa says elephant overpopulation is damaging the environment. South Africa plans on lifting its ban on the culling (government sanctioned slaughter) of their elephants, claiming they have too many. Biologist and elephant conservationist, Kristal Parks speaks about this and shows live video of a cull.  Read More »

Weird creature found in a trench in Russia

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These weird creatures were found in an abandoned foundation pit in the Russian city of Chelyabinsk.  Read More »

Woman from Ghana marries her dog

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A Ghanaian woman has married her dog because it has qualities she had seen only in her late father. Emily Mabou, 29, of Aburi, married the 18-month-old dog in a ceremony attended by a traditional priest and local, curious villagers, reports the Daily Dose. Her younger brother David Mabou said her family boycotted the wedding which they felt was “a stupid step to combat her loneliness”. But... 

Paranoid Poles from Jasło want to take down "Nazi Tree"

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Residents of the southeastern Polish city of Jaslo are debating whether to destroy a 67-year-old oak tree that was given to the town by Adolf Hitler. The tree was given to the city in 1942 as a birthday gift from Hitler to the then-head of the town council, said 80-year-old Kazimierz Polak, who was an eyewitness to the planting. Local politicians have called for the tree to be removed. “The tree... 

World’s Oldest Flute Shows First Europeans Were a Musical Bunch

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A 35,000-year-old flute made of vulture bone found in a cave in southwestern Germany is the world’s oldest known musical instrument. The artifact suggests music may have been one advantage our ancestors had over their cousins, the now-extinct Neanderthals, according to a report published in the journal Nature. The five-holed flute, which is fully intact and made from a griffon vulture’s radius... 

Hungry Zimbabweans wiping off Rhinos population to satisfy China's growing demand

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Zimbabwe’s rhinos are being wiped out amid a surge in poaching driven by Chinese demand for the animals’ horns, a wildlife conservation group warned today. Around 120 rhinos have been killed since last March to feed the lucrative Chinese black market, said Johnny Rodrigues, chairman of the independent Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force. Since last year economic collapse and the breakdown... 

Want to make money? Try collecting poisonous snake venom for more than $1000/gr

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What Good Are Snakes? Snakes do plenty of good things, especially for farmers. Snakes eat mice, rats, gophers, and other small mammals that eat farm crops. Snakes also help scientists and doctors. Snake venom is used in research and in making medicines. One medicine made from venom helps treat certain types of heart attacks. Another is antivenin (an tee VEHN uhn), a drug used to treat snakebites. To... 

Blue Eyes in Europe

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What Works Color works. It helps that in this case, the characteristic being mapped is eye color, so it’s kind of a no-brainer to shade the areas where blue eyes are prevalent in blue and the areas where brown eyes are prevalent in brown. Even if this graph were to be printed in a grayscale journal (which is probably why the one on the left tries to use hatching to distinguish the areas), using degrees... 

India to Launch Cow Urine as Soft Drink

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Does your Pepsi lack pep? Is your Coke not the real thing? India’s Hindu nationalist movement apparently has the answer: a new soft drink made from cow urine. The bovine brew is in the final stages of development by the Cow Protection Department of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), India’s biggest and oldest Hindu nationalist group, according to the man who makes it. Om Prakash, the... 

Chemist who made birth control pills possible laments the decline of the white birthrate

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The chemist who made a key discovery leading to the invention of the birth control pill has written a commentary calling demographic decline in Europe a “horror scenario” and a “catastrophe” brought on in part by the pill’s invention. Mr. Carl Djerassi, now 85 years old, was one of three researchers whose formulation of the synthetic progestagen Norethisterone marked a key step in the creation... 

Favorite Field Techniques for the “Stealth Racist”

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Even though few Whites have heard a thing about it, Negroes — of all ages and sexes — secretly perform a boisterous Chimpanzee ritual called “Cheshi Tumbili” (Funny Monkey) in the privacy of their subPRIMATE mortgage homes and away from any prying White eyes. During this activity, they drink the intoxicating malt beverage “Colt-45″ and smoke copious amounts of narcotic substances, like... 
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