• Boy heard screaming for help rescued from rip current by lifeguard

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  • Ever wonder what space sounds like? It’s terrifying.

    Ever wonder what space sounds like? It’s terrifying.

    NASA Space Sounds – Information about the recordings and sample sounds of the planets, moons and rings of planets in our Solar System.

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  • This Guy Recreated 9 Of His Childhood Drawings Two Decades Later

    This Guy Recreated 9 Of His Childhood Drawings Two Decades Later

    Artist Telmo Pieper recreated some of his childhood drawings from 20 years ago to be as realistic as possible. The results are amazing!  

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  • Could smell test detect Alzheimer’s disease?

    Could smell test detect Alzheimer’s disease?

    Is it possible to detect Alzheimer’s disease early by using a smell test or an eye exam? CNN’s Elizabeth Cohen explains.

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  • Study: Food can reverse heart disease

    Study: Food can reverse heart disease

    A new study provides more evidence that a vegan diet can reverse heart disease. CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.

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  • Mike Rowe’s 12 Steps: Work Ethic Is No Taboo!

    Mike Rowe’s 12 Steps: Work Ethic Is No Taboo!

      Print this out and sign Mike Rowe’s S.W.E.A.T Pledge. You’ll be glad you did!         1. I believe that I have won the greatest lottery of all time. I am alive. I walk the Earth. I live in America. Above all things, I am grateful. 2. I believe that I am entitled to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Nothing more. I also understand that “happiness” and the “pursuit of happiness” are not the same thing. […]

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  • Here is father of 4 boys killed playing football in Gaza yesterday. They were not 'human shields' but innocent children. Picture by Hosam Salem

    The devastated face of man who lost 4 children in Gaza

    From Washington Post: Al Deira Hotel is regularly used by Western journalists when they travel to the Gaza Strip. Correspondents say that they are attracted by its good food, consistent wi-fi connections, and, most importantly, the fact that it is open (many other hotels in Gaza have closed in recent years). One more selling point, however, is its location. The hotel has a terrace that allows views of the beach and the Mediterranean Sea. Wednesday afternoon, unfortunately, it offered something different: A chance to […]

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  • Experiment sponsored by Quaker Oats corporation fed 73 mentally disabled children radioactive oatmeal

    Experiment sponsored by Quaker Oats corporation fed 73 mentally disabled children radioactive oatmeal

    An experiment sponsored the Quaker Oats corporation fed 73 mentally disabled children radioactive oatmeal in order to track “how nutrients were digested”. The children were told they were joining a science club in exchange for larger portions of food and trips to baseball games. MIT and Quaker Oats have agreed to pay $1.85 million to former residents of the Fernald State School in Waltham, Mass., who were fed radiation-spiked breakfast cereal in nutrition experiments during the 1940s and 1950s. The […]

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  • Hillary Clinton voices support for GMOs

    Hillary Clinton voices support for GMOs

    Perennial Presidential contender, Hillary Rodham Clinton, said in a recent speech in front of the world’s largest biotechnology meeting, that she supports genetically modified food.  —Hillary, who commands speaking fees of about $225,000 per speech — was enthusiastic in her support for the use of GMOs in farming and agriculture in general. She also spoke positively of using taxpayer-funded federal financial subsidies as payoffs to American companies, to keep them from relocating outside the United States.According to the Guardian Liberty Voice:She also declared her […]

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  • A Sax Battle in NYC Subway

    A Sax Battle in NYC Subway

    New York city – a place where everyone is broke and in a hurry but the only place in the world where something like this could happen… fair trade  

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  • Dirty Electricity and Asthma Cure

    Dirty Electricity and Asthma Cure

    Asthma can be cured when dirty electricity is removed. It happened in a school when 37 elementary students were using inhalers as an asthma treatment. The dirty electricity was removed and they recovered permanently from asthma. No more students arrived in school with asthma. Even the principle recovered from MS once the dirty electricity was removed. HT: Natural News

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  • Japanese Farmer Builds Innovative High-Tech Indoor Veggie Factory

    Japanese Farmer Builds Innovative High-Tech Indoor Veggie Factory

    Humans have spent the last 10,000 years mastering agriculture. But a freak summer storm or bad drought can still mar many a well-planted harvest. Not anymore, says Japanese plant physiologist Shigeharu Shimamura, who has moved industrial-scale farming under the roof. Working in Miyagi Prefecture in eastern Japan, which was badly hit by powerful earthquake and tsunamis in 2011, Shimamura turned a former Sony Corporation semiconductor factory into the world’s largest indoor farm illuminated by LEDs. The special LED fixtures were developed […]

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