Radioactive Fukushima

Fukushima Nuclear disaster is still on going yet the world is slowly forgetting about it. The area next to the plant is showing radiation levels as high or higher than Chernobyl. 300 TONS of radioactive water is spilling into the Pacific Ocean EVERY DAY! Please share this video and bring back some awareness to this very important topic.

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Boyce Avenue for his version of Radioactive.
Imagine Dragons for their song Radioactive.

‘Britain’s Atlantis’ found at bottom of North sea – a huge undersea world swallowed by the sea in 6500BC

Divers from St Andrews University, find remains of Doggerland, the underwater country dubbed 'Britain's Atlantis'

  • Divers have found traces of ancient land swallowed by waves 8500 years ago
  • Doggerland once stretched from Scotland to Denmark
  • Rivers seen underwater by seismic scans
  • Britain was not an island – and area under North Sea was roamed by mammoths and other giant animals
  • Described as the ‘real heartland’ of Europe
  • Had population of tens of thousands – but devastated by sea level rises

‘Britain’s Atlantis’ – a hidden underwater world swallowed by the North Sea – has been discovered by divers working with science teams from the University of St Andrews.

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Strange explosion in Argentina, scientists probe meteor link

“This happened at an altitude of approximately 70 kilometers”, said Argentine space expert Jorge Coghlan who added that as the “space rock penetrates the atmosphere; in a radius of forty kilometers it could be clearly heard”. However in this case the radius area was estimated in 300 kilometers.

The Fire Brigade of the town of El Trebol in central Santa Fe province had been warned by NASA that sometime in the morning a phenomenon of this kind was possible, “and most probably that is what happened”. The Rest Of The Story…

Water Crisis In America Affects 40 Million In Rare Drought

The water crisis in America’s Southwest has come to a head for the first time in over a millennium. US cities such as Phoenix, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas are among the cities facing a serious problem that affects 40 million people, and as the infamous pop duo Milli Vanilli put it, we might be tempted to “blame it on the rain.” The Rest Of The Story…

Kenya to get 50% of electricity from solar by 2016

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From solar-powered irrigation to pay-as-you-go solar power systems, there’s lots of interesting distributed power projects going on in Kenya that have the potential to leapfrog the kind of centralized, fossil fuel-dependent infrastructure that we in America find ourselves reliant on. But here’s another type of leapfrogging:

The Guardian reports that Kenya has committed to building nine massive solar power plants, enough to power half the country’s electricity needs, and it plans to have completed the project by 2016. The Rest Of The Story…

Media Blacks Out New Snowden Interview The Government Doesn’t Want You to See

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This past Sunday evening former NSA contractor Edward Snowden sat down for an interview with German television network ARD. The interview has been intentionally blocked from the US public, with virtually no major broadcast news outlets covering this story. In addition, the video has been taken down almost immediately every time it’s posted on YouTube.

In contrast, this was treated as a major political event in both print and broadcast media, in Germany, and across much of the world. In the interview, Mr. Snowden lays out a succinct case as to how these domestic surveillance programs undermine and erode human rights and democratic freedom.He states that his “breaking point” was “seeing Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, directly lie under oath to Congress” denying the existence of a domestic spying programs while under questioning in March of last year. Mr. Snowden goes on to state that, “The public had a right to know about these programs. The public had a right to know that which the government is doing in its name, and that which the government is doing against the public.” The Rest Of The Story…

Indonesia volcano Sinabung in deadly eruption

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A volcano has erupted on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, engulfing villages in ash and killing at least 14 people.

Mount Sinabung spewed hot gas, ash and rocks 2km (1.5 miles) into the air in a series of eruptions during the morning.

Emergency official Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said three schoolchildren and a teacher were among the dead.

Thousands were evacuated in September when Sinabung erupted after being dormant for three years. Many were allowed back to their homes on Friday.

Officials fear there may have been more casualties, but they cannot get closer because of the heat from the eruption.

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Chilean Farmer Beats Monsanto In Landmark Legal Victory

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A landless Chilean farmer has won a landmark lawsuit against Monsanto and thus exposed the dangers posed by the transnational corporation to the whole country.

José Pizarro Montoya, a 38-year-old landless farmer from Melipilla (Santiago, Chile), and ex GMO producer (season 2009-2010) is the first and perhaps the only Latin American who has won a lawsuit against Monsanto/ANASAC for breach of contract. The Rest Of The Story…

Thailand Protest: 5 Things to know

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Thousands of protesters are occupying the streets of Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, in an attempt to shut down the city to disrupt elections next month and oust the country’s prime minister.  
While the demonstrations thus far have been reasonably peaceful, some observers fear that as this action continues, protesters could become increasingly strident and clashes with police could result in violence.
Thailand protestsOn Jan. 13, anti-government activists began a planned month-long protest to effect the overthrow of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. (Wason Wanichakorn/AP)

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Underwater Pyramid Found Near Portugal Has Portuguese Navy Investigating


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Portuguese news reported the discovery of a very large under water pyramid first discovered by Diocleciano Silva between the islands of São Miguel and Terceira in the Azores of Portugal. According to claims, the structure is said to be perfectly squared and oriented by the cardinal points. Current estimates obtained using GPS digital technology put the height at 60 meters with a base of 8000 square meters. The Portuguese Hydrographic Institute of the Navy currently has the job of analyzing the data to determine whether or not the structure is man-made.

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