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Having Solved all other Problems, the EPA will Monitor how Long you Spend in the Shower

Having Solved all other Problems, the EPA will Monitor how Long you Spend in the Shower

It’s a good thing Uncle Sam is looking out for your best interests. If it weren’t for them, you might spend too long in the shower next time you stay at a hotel.

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John Kerry Wraps Up Latest Round of Nuclear Talks With Iran. A Few Days Later, Iran Unveils Brand New Missiles

This photo released on Wednesday, March 5, 2014 by the Iranian Defense Ministry, purports to show Qadr and Qiam missiles in an undisclosed location in Iran Iran unveiled a new long-range missile Sunday, just days after U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry wrapped up another round of negotiations with Iran’s foreign minister over its controversial

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What Some Scientists Says Is Causing the ‘Pause’ in Global Warming

Scientists say the last 10 to 15 years have seen a “hiatus” in the rate of previously expected global warming, which they attribute to natural variations in the ocean. They believe though this pause might soon be up, at which point they say warming will accelerate again For the last decade or so, there has

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Scientists Warn: Fluoride in Drinking Water May Cause Health Concerns

We have been warned and urged by scientists for councils to stop adding fluoride into drinking water as it could be leading to depression and weight gain. A recent study found that of 98 per cent of GP practices in England high rates of under-active thyroids were 30 per cent more likely in areas of

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Republicans To Investigate Climate Data Tampering By NASA

Are government climate agencies tampering with climate data to show warming? Some Republicans think so. California Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher says to expect congressional hearings on climate data tampering.

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Scientists: What it would be like to enter a black hole

The small but extremely bright nucleus of galaxy NGC 1566 is clearly visible in this Hubble image, a telltale sign of its membership of the Seyfert class of galaxies. The centers of such galaxies are very active and luminous, emitting strong bursts of radiation and potentially harboring super-massive black holes that are many millions of

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Shoveling Science

Were you hit this week by all the climate change? We here in the Baltimore/Washington area received just a light dusting, but Boston was covered in it. Actually, thanks to the mainstream media, the whole nation was covered in climate change. The only thing missing from the coverage was any proof, but that doesn’t stop

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Cannibal Cola: Why You’ll Want to Boycott Pepsi too!

How often do you stop by a grocery store, gas station, or restaurant and order a Pepsi beverage? Do you know what you are drinking? If you’re like the majority of other Americans out there, you probably don’t. With Pepsi desperately trying to hide their development methods, how could you know? When Pepsi began openly

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Dallas Ebola Patient Dies

The first man to be diagnosed with Ebola on American soil has now died, as of 7:51 AM this morning, the hospital is now confirming. Thomas E. Duncan, a Liberian man who arrived to visit family in Dallas in September reportedly contracted the disease while helping an Ebola-stricken neighbor get into a taxi in his

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