…SEARCH…terahertz

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SEARCH…terahertz (THz) waves destroy human DNA … then draw your own observation…

 

Dr. Boian Alexandrov at the Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, has found that terahertz (THz) waves destroy human DNA. The waves literally unzip the helix strand.  According to Dr.Boian Alexandrov at the Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, terahertz (THz) waves destroy human DNA. The waves literally unzip the helix strand. Now a team of technologists at UT Dallas are planning to take chips broadcasting THz waves and embed them into mobile phones for use as an imaging system for consumers, law enforcement and medical personnel… a potentially deadly technology that could eventually kill or sicken millions of people…

OPTION WORTH CONSIDERING

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…NOW HERE’S AN OPTION WORTH CONSIDERING … SURE TO SHORTEN THE TSA LINES AT THE AIRPORT…

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Israel’s new Cutting Edge Airport Security

 

TEL AVIV, Israel – The Israelis are developing an airport security device that eliminates the privacy concerns that come with full-body scanners. It’s an armored booth you step into that will not X-ray you, but will detonate any explosive device you may have on your person.

Israel sees this as a win-win situation for everyone, with none of this crap about racial profiling. It will also eliminate the costs of long and expensive trials.

You’re in the airport terminal and you hear a muffled explosion. Shortly thereafter, an announcement: Attention to all standby passengers, El Al is proud to announce a seat available on flight 670 to London . Shalom!

BRILLIANT.

 

 

 

Bank$ters have been a pain in our butt since day one …

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…Bank$ters have been a pain in our butt since day one …

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Jim Hightower | Snarling Banks

Jim Hightower, Truthout: "It’s about time that workers, consumers, small farmers and other ‘small fry’ joined together in a populist rebellion to make big-shot Congress critters of both parties listen to us…. Very few Americans on this side of the ATM machine think that the biggest problem in Washington is that the clip_image003moneychangers don’t have enough clout. But, incredibly, here they come with a super PAC intended to force lawmakers to bow even deeper to their needs."
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homeownership became a “nightmare”

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…American homeownership became a “nightmare” when we accepted the “bank$ters” were honest and truly wanted to assist us in the purchase of a home … we were deceived as their real interest was to create illusionary profits for themselves while making us $lave$ to their economic $ystem…

 

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When Did Homeownership Become a Nightmare? The Fascinating History of Housing in America

 

In one short decade, home ownership has gone from being the Holy Grail of middle-class financial achievement to a very risky financial ball-and-chain.

READ MORESara Robinson / AlterNet

…ITS STILL TRUE … JUST FOLLOW THE $$$

Are “WE” getting the message yet…?

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…Are “WE” getting the message yet…?

 

35,948 Arrested Yesterday

 

READ COMPLETE ARTICLE HERE… Wednesday, 23 May 2012 11:16By Maya Schenwar, Truthout | Op-Edhttp://truth-out.org/opinion/item/9333-yesterday-35948-arrested

Last Friday, the day the NATO 3 were arrested,approximately 35,948 people were arrested across the United States. On Sunday, when at least 45 protesters were arrested at Chicago’s NATO summit protests, approximately 35,948 Americans – the number arrested on a daily basis in the US, according to FBI statistics – were handcuffed, read their Miranda rights (maybe), carted off to jail and booked. The plurality of those people were arrested for nonviolent drug crimes. Some of these people will be charged, convicted, prosecuted and jailed.

When bond is posted, some of these people will have relatives or friends who are able and willing to bail them out. Many will not. For most, there’s no grassroots bail fund, no jail support team waiting on the other side of the razor wire fence.

Unlike the NATO 3 (or the Chicago Seven, or the Haymarket Eight), these people will go on to become part of a vast, near-voiceless crowd of 2.3 million incarcerated Americans, most of whom are visible only in the somber mugshots posted to their state’s Department of Corrections web site. On this site, friends and relatives who know to look can view their loved ones’ height, weight, race, tattoos, scars, offense, sentence length and inmate number. No phone number is listed, because these people – let’s call them the US 2.3 Million – no longer have a phone number (or email address, or blog, or Facebook message box or Twitter account) that can be reached.

 

game has been in progre$$ for the last 50 plus years

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…This game has been in progre$$ for the last 50 plus years and Corporation$ have the ball … the currently control the goal (Congress – Office of the President – Courts) … and “we” (that’s you & me) playing catch up … “We” can do it but only if we acknowledge all authentic power and authority resides in US (you & me) and not in any artificially created entity…

 

clip_image002Is the Corporate Personhood Reform Movement Doomed to Fail in Washington?

Imprecise messages and imperfect messengers converge as Washington looks to solve the Citizens United mess.

 READ MORE  Steven Rosenfeld / AlterNet

perspective offered is quite revealing as well as stimulating

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…Whether you choose to believe and accept is not important … the perspective offered is quite revealing as well as stimulating…

 

THE GLOBAL 20: The Big Trends That Are Changing The World

READ COMPLETE ARTICLE HERE … http://www.businessinsider.com/the-global-20-2012-5

 

Click here to see the trends >

 

The list includes the rapidly growing field of genomics, a group of emerging countries that are outpacing the BRICs, and the revolutionary new way that retailers sell goods. 

While you might find some of the words offensive

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clip_image002…While you might find some of the words offensive does that give anyone the right to throw anyone off a plane for choosing to express their freedom of speech…???

 

Woman Kicked Off Flight for Wearing Pro-Choice T-Shirt

 A woman was not allowed to board her connecting flight Tuesday because she was wearing a pro-choice shirt that was too offensive, according to American Airlines.

The woman emailed Jodi Jacobson, editor-in-chief of RH Reality Check, recounting the experience:

Right before we were set to land the flight attendant from first class approaches me and asks if I had a connecting flight? We were running a bit behind schedule, so I figured I was being asked this to be sure I would make my connecting flight.She then proceeded to tell me that I needed to speak with the captain before disembarking the plane and that the shirt I was wearing was offensive.

 

  Read more      By Annie-Rose Strasser | Think Progress  ….Posted on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 @ 12:15 PM

JUST MIGHT THERE BE A BIT MORE TO THIS SITUATION THAN WE ARE BEING MADE AWARE OF…????

 

trading a headache for a stomach ache

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…Cap & Trade solution is like trading a headache for a stomach ache … in the end it’s all politics & maneuvering … scheming … deal making …

 

Could Cap and Trade for Water Solve Problems Facing the United States’ Largest Rivers?

 

 Friday, May 18, 2012 …http://www.waterefficiency.net/WE/Articles/17357.aspx

 

Lake Mead, on the Colorado River, is the largest reservoir in the United States, but users are consuming more water than flows down the river in an average year, which threatens the water supply for agriculture and households. To solve this imbalance scientists are proposing a Cap and Trade system of interstate water trading. The proposal, published in Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA), builds on the success of such an initiative in Australia.

The research was inspired by a first-year university assignment by Noelani (Olenka) Forde, who was studying at Quest University Canada. Two years later Forde’s assignment has led to the newly published research paper, co-authored with her then Professor Dr Rich Wildman, now a postdoctoral researcher and an environmental fellow at the Harvard University Center for the Environment.

The paper evaluates policy regarding the management of the Colorado River Basin and explores the viability of interstate water trading as a way to add flexibility into the system during times of water shortage.

Forde and Wildman examined Australia’s successful Murray-Darling Basin interstate water trading system, to demonstrate the concept’s viability for the U.S. The paper explores what features of the Colorado River Basin law and culture might act as barriers to creating a system similar to that in Australia.

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is currently seeking to present policymakers with options for restoring the Colorado’s imbalance. Forde and Wildman’s paper has been published in response to the Bureau’s solicitation for comments and ideas from the public for how to solve the problem.

Forde’s original first-year assignment calculated the water balance of Lake Mead and asked what should be done if the users of the Colorado River face the prospect of running out of water in the next two decades.

“Olenka proposed a Cap and Trade system such as that being applied to CO2 emissions,” said Wildman. “I had never heard of anything like this proposed for the Colorado River Basin, so I suggested we write a paper to share it with a broader audience.”

This study is published in the Journal of the American Water Resources Association. Media wishing to receive a PDF of this article may contact Lifesciencenews@wiley.com

Full citation:
Richard A. Wildman Jr., Noelani A. Forde, Management of Water Shortage in the Colorado River Basin: Evaluating Current Policy and the Viability of Interstate Water Trading, Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA), Wiley-Blackwell, May 2012, DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2012.00665.x

URL Upon publication: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1752-1688.2012.00665.x/abstract

 

… HERE’S THE DEAL … WHENEVER IN DOUBT … FOLLOW THE $$$ …

can only pollute because “we”

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…Reflect for a moment that industry, business and you and me can only pollute because “we” (that’s you & me) allow it and because “we” permit our state legislators not to fully fund those regulatory agencies “we” created to do their job … Difficult I know but “we” (that’s you and me) are ultimately responsible and accountable…

 

Are Your Legislators Polluters’ Best Friends?
Find out how they did on this year’s Environmental Report Card

The 2012 Arizona Legislature demonstrated quite clearly this session that it was a polluter’s best friend and no friend to conservation. From giving a shield of secrecy for environmental law violations to providing more exemptions for the mining industry, some of the biggest polluters in our state, a majority of legislators voted to weaken protection for Arizona’s environment.

This year, 39 representatives, 21 senators, and Governor Brewer received failing grades on our report card. On a positive note, three representatives earned an "A+" and seven senators and 11 representatives received an "A."

Check to see if your legislators were friends or foes to Arizona’s environment.

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