Politifact Editor Angie Drobnic Holan explains why it named President Obama’s promise that “you can keep your plan” if you want to under Obamacare as its lie of the year.
Earth and space weather news for Dec 13, 2013: Animation showing the surface of Saturn’s moon Titan; Europa has geiser-like water shoots; Exosolar Flaring: Fast Radio Bursts Might Come From Nearby Stars; Artic ice extent gain has slowed; Global weather; Space weather
Uruguay became the first country to legalize the growing, sale and smoking of marijuana on Tuesday. A government-sponsored bill was approved by vote in the Senate of 16-13. The bill provides for regulation of the cultivation, distribution and consumption of marijuana and is aimed at wresting the business from criminals in the small South American nation.
Earth and space weather news for Dec 12, 2013: ISS Cooling pump shuts down; White Christmas map; Where do stars end and brown dwarfs begin?; November 2013 U.S. Climate Report; Global weather and space weather
Earth and space weather news for Dec 11, 2013: Summer snow in Australia; Potential for near-term, multi-decade, mini Ice Age; 2nd radioactive leak this week in Nambia ; Failed satellite launch in China; Global weather update; Solar wind has weakened; Status of sun spots and coronal holes
More information has become available concerning the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a trade deal that would expand the rights of international corporations and would represent about 40% of the world’s GDP . Whistleblowing organization Wikileaks released new documents on Sunday detailing the differing positions of the involved countries and the secret terms of the negotiations. These documents shed new light on the United States’ position, and show just how isolated the US is in its quest to push through the TPP.
Earth and space weather news for Dec 10, 2013: Japan earthquake changed localized gravity in the area; Ancient fresh water lake on Mars could have sustained life; Scientists publish first radiation measurements from the surface of Mars; Federal Agencies to Use 20% Renewable Energy by 2020; Peru’s Ubinas volcano erupts; Analysis of sun spots
Abby Martin speaks with Richard Wolff, economist and Professor Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts about the recent district court ruling on Detroit’s bankruptcy and how it could affect the pensions of thousands of city workers.
Earth and Space Weather News Dec 9, 2013: Sahara dune movement, rain causes landslide in Brazil; Slow ice growth on the Atlantic side of the Arctic, Antarctic ice extent remains high; Earth receives shock from coronal hole stream; Sun spots and coronal holes; Earthquake watch
16/8 is a style of Intermittent Fasting (IF) in which the fasting period is 16 hours and the feeding window is shortened to eight hours. During this time, users may eat as many meals as they like, with the most frequent iteration being three meals. In addition to having all of the benefits inherent in other types of fasting, the 16/8 methods is a stand out because it offers an advanced level of hormonal management. While something like 24-Hour fasting or Alternate-Day Fasting will give you these benefits, these methods are not for daily practice, whereas 16/8 is. This means that you are going to have a daily increase in GH, which leads to greater effects.
Earth and space weather news for December 8, 2013: Calls for Ranger uranium mine to shut after spill in Australia’s Kakadu National Park; Shanghai, China is essentially shut down due to pollution; There is a powerful cyclone in the Bay of Bengal that is heading towards the east coast of India; Moon Phase and Libration, 2014; Status of Earth-facing and incoming sun spots; Global weather
Canadian music store customers are being brought to tears by a 50-year-old homeless who has never had a piano lesson. David Allen Welsh has lived in homeless shelters since the age of 6 as he has drifted from Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, and now lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. For the past year has been wowing clients at Second Hand Solutions in Vancouver with his amazing talent. Twice a month, he plays the ivories with his frostbitten fingers for hours at a time.
An anti-fracking protest in north-east Romania has turned violent. Clashes have broken out between police and locals – who are trying to stop the US, oil giant Chevron from drilling for shale gas in the area. Chevron recently resumed its exploration for shale gas after suspending the operation over environmental concerns raised by locals. It now says it wants to build positive dialogue with nearby communities. But as RT’s Lucy Kafanov reports its an operation that’s gone hand in hand with violence and intimidation.
Earth and Space Weather News for December 7, 2013: the Sun Magnetic Pole Flip is explained, Comet ISON status, much more…
Your fourth chakra is your center of love and compassion. This F-Word & Ho’Oponopono Meditation will heal and balance your heart chakra.