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Explosion rocks French nuclear plant

September 12, 2011


(AFP) – An explosion was reported at the Marcoule nuclear plant in southern France on Monday, with a risk of a radioactive leak, emergency officials said. One person was killed and three people were injured, including one seriously, local newspaper the Midi Libre reported. The accident happened at a processing center for nuclear waste, the […]

Much of Britain was exposed to bacteria sprayed in secret trials

September 10, 2011


After reading this article I hope there aren’t any people left who thing the powers that be want the best for people. If it was harmless, why were they spraying it over the country; if it was dangerous, why were they spraying it over the country? The Ministry of Defence turned large parts of the […]

Fukushima radiation ‘3 times higher than thought’

September 10, 2011


It could be decades before the Fukushima area is habitable again. To top that off, we recently heard that the earthquake created mudslides and fissures on the ocean floor; scientists fear the eco-system may never recover. As if that wasn’t bad enough for the sea life, new research shows that the radioactive substances released into […]

Weather Modification might be used to ease Texas Drought

September 8, 2011


There still seems to be a lot of people who don’t ‘believe’ in weather modification. It does exist. Here is a video from Fox News discussing the possible use of cloud seeding in Texas (again) to ease the severe drought conditions there right now. Related articles 8/26/2011 – INTENSE HAARP RING in Hurricane Irene […]

Sun Unleashes Massive Solar Flares in One-Two Punch

September 7, 2011


The X-class solar flare — the most powerful type of sun storm— erupted at 6:12 p.m. EDT (2212 GMT) on Tuesday (Sept. 6) and hit its peak strength eight minutes later, according to a space weather update by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The flare occurred less than 24 hours after another less […]

German-Czech Earthquake Swarm Update

September 6, 2011


The most recent, significant earthquake measured 3.7 magnitude and struck at 02:25 AM on Saturday. The shallow earthquake was measured at a depth of just 5 kilometres. The quake occurred just over two hours after a quake measuring 3.6 magnitude on the Richter Scale hit. The epicentre was located less than 2 kilometres north of […]

Scientists consider ‘large magnetic nets’ to scoop up space junk

September 4, 2011


Scientists in the US have warned Nasa that the amount of so-called space junk orbiting Earth is at tipping point. A report by the National Research Council says the debris could cause fatal leaks in spaceships or destroy valuable satellites. It calls for international regulations to limit the junk and more research into the possible […]