The Illuminati’s “secret knowledge” of human creation, which defies both creationist and evolutionary theories, is bound up in the tale of the Anunnaki, who according to recently uncovered Sumerian clay tablets arrived around 6000 BC in Sumeria from planet Nubira.Write comment (1 Comment)
Advances in US mining in recent decades have helped reduce the industry’s impact on the environment. While there is still room for additional progress, the difference between today and 125 years ago is staggering. Consider the amount of mercury that was used – and ultimately dumped – into western rivers in the second half of the 19th century in the quest for silver.Write comment (0 Comments)
The mining accident that happened in Copiapo, Chile in 2010 brought the entire region worldwide attention as the 33 miners miraculously survived what has been called "a cave-in" at the San Jose copper-gold min in the Atacama Desert. The men somehow survived for a record 69 days. When they emerged safe and mostly sound, rumors began to spread from their friends, families, coworkers, eyewitnesses to the rescue, and people there on vacation or otherwise passing through.Write comment (0 Comments)
Call it a conspiracy theory – or not. But a curious investigative reporter, Jon Rappoport, posted an interesting angle to the Oregon standoff between protesting ranchers and feds that left one of the former dead, with this headline: “The Clintons: Is the Oregon standoff really about uranium?”Write comment (0 Comments)
A week or so ago, a troll left a link at my blog (Thanks, David) to a supposed-to-be-alarming blog post about a new climate study of ocean heat content. According to the study, a revised method of tweaking ocean heat reconstructions has manufactured new warming so that the top 700 meters of the oceans are warming faster than predicted by climate models. In other words, the “missing heat” is missing no more.Write comment (0 Comments)
DID THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ENGAGE IN ENVIRONMENTAL SABOTAGE?
Last week the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) accidentally dumped millions of gallons of toxic waste from a long-abandoned gold mine into the Animas River in Colorado.Write comment (0 Comments)
Sunscreen may be an important defense against skin cancer, but it also has a dark side. As if coral reefs do not already have enough problems, sunscreen from tourists is creating an additional threat to popular reefs worldwide.Write comment (0 Comments)