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Alien Environment Recreated on Earth

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Scientists have determined that chemical hazes and clouds are able to impact surface temperature and a planet’s ability to support life. A team of scientists at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have for the first time managed to recreate the atmosphere of nine exoplanets in a laboratory setting “I think we are going to learn a lot about [our] Solar System from doing these experiments.... 

Daycare worker tortured baby to death on camera

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Reese Bowman, an eight-month-old white baby, was killed at the Rocket Tiers Daycare in Baltimore, MD. Police say that Leah Waldon, a 23-year-old black female, was caught on camera intentionally killing the baby. Waldon has been charged with 1st-degree murder. Col. Stanley Branford of the Baltimore City Police described the incident as “torture.” He says that Walden can be seen striking, bodyslamming,... 

BLM leader lives in home owned by Soros Open Society board member

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#BlackLivesMatter leader DeRay Mckesson may claim to be leading a grassroots revolution for racial and economic justice, but he has close connections with the privileged and elite. Mckesson lives in a home owned by philanthropists James and Robin Wood in Baltimore, Maryland. It’s the same address he used when declaring his residency on his campaign committee registration form for his failed mayoral... 

Obama Invites Radical BLM Leader to White House After His Arrest Last Weekend

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DeRay McKesson was a lead full-time paid protester in Ferguson, Missouri during the mass riots and looting. He later became a lead activist in Baltimore during the Freddie Gray riots and looting. DeRay McKesson and the other Ferguson and Baltimore protest leaders were trained in Soros-funded agitation. The Ferguson protests and riots were never a grassroots movement. The mob action was a carefully... 

Autism linked to overdose of folate, vitamin B12 during pregnancy

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Medics have long told pregnant women to get enough of the nutrient folate to ensure proper brain development in their babies. But a new research suggests that there can be too much of a good thing. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University say women who have too much folic acid and vitamin B-12 may increase their baby’s risk of developing autism spectrum disorder, a condition marked by difficulties... 

Huge snowstorm comes to end leaving at least 25 dead on US East Coast

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The Huge snowstorm, ‘Jonas’, which hit and paralyzed the US East Coast has moved away, leaving at least 25 people dead. A travel ban has already been lifted for New York, but not for Washington – and 700 flights are not expected to take off on Monday. The deadly blizzard killed at least 25 people, according to officials. Most of them – 14 – died in car crashes in Arkansas, North Carolina,... 

Police Use Tear Gas During Ethiopian Jews' Rally Against Police Brutality

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Police used tear gas against protesters in Tel Aviv on Sunday after a rally against police brutality toward Ethiopian Jews turned violent, local media reported. Thousands of people took to the streets of the Israeli city to protest alleged police discrimination after a video emerged earlier in the week showing policemen beating a black soldier of Ethiopian origin. Police used stun grenades and tear... 

Turk mayor of Ankara calls US State Department spokeswoman "stupid blonde"

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US State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf. Racist mayor of Ankara, the capital of Turkey, has referred to US State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf as a “stupid blonde” for her silence over the Baltimore riots despite Washington’s repeated criticism of Turkey during anti-government protests in 2013. Ibrahim Melih Gokcek condemned Harf on Wednesday for being “silent” about US police brutality... 

National Guard in Baltimore: Armored vehicles, military gear

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Riots in Baltimore, Maryland have largely subsided since protests there, in the wake of Freddie Gray’s death, turned violent earlier this week, albeit in the shadows of a massive police presence amplified by the activation of the National Guard. A week-long nightly curfew went into effect in Baltimore on Tuesday evening, and more 3,000 police officers were on the scene thanks to a collaborative... 

Baltimore Councilman Loses It After CNN Host Calls Rioters "Thugs"

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Attack on language as word “thug” declared racist, despite Obama, black Mayor and City Council President using it. A city councilman in Baltimore dropped the N word on live TV after becoming irate that a CNN host argued that labeling violent rioters and looters “thugs” was a correct use of language. An angry Carl Stokes said that CNN’s Erin Burnett should “just call them n*ggers.... 

NSA “Sonic-Wave” Weapon Use In Baltimore Horrifies Russia

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The Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) states in a new report today that they were “horrified” over the use by the United States National Security Agency (NSA) of a powerful mass-psychology weapon against unsuspecting American citizens yesterday in Baltimore, Maryland, which caused these people, who were mostly school children, to erupt in a crazed frenzy of rioting, burning and looting. According... 

New clues found on how to stop HIV evade detection

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Scientists have taken crucial steps in their quest for finding a remedy for HIV by finding clues about how the virus manages to evade detection after being suppressed by drugs. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, made the announcement on Wednesday after they analyzed blood samples from 25 patients with the human immunodeficiency virus, AFP reported. After... 

Cancer risk highly linked to mere bad luck

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A cell undergoing division. About two-thirds of all cancer cases were not caused by environmental factors or bad genes, but rather resulted from random bad luck during stem cell division, a new statistical study says. This means more effort is needed for early detection. There are many types of cancer, but they are all basically cells running amok and multiplying without check, which leads to tumors... 

Children playing with dirt may reduce allergy and asthma risk

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Babies exposed to dirt and a wide variety of household bacteria in the first year of life are less likely threatened by allergies and asthma, a new research unraveled. Contact with bacteria and even roach allergens in the first year of life may help protect infants against future allergies and wheezing. The study researchers followed 467 newborns for three years, monitoring them for allergies annually... 

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 10 inches of snow is expected to drop in... 
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