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9/11 Truth: Scott Forbes describes power-downs in WTC
Painful Deceptions
The 9-11 Omission Commission
Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime
9-11 Eyewitness
Loose Change 2nd Edition
Professor Jones Exposes Controlled Demoltion of WTC on MSNBC
Confronting the Evidence
The 9-11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions
Are the Criminals Frightened?
The Bush-Bin Laden Connection
9-11 and Oil Production (satire)
FBI Translator Speaks of 9-11 Foreknowledge and Treason
9-11 Commission Ignores Terrorist Funding
Cheney Stand Down Order
Controlled Demolition of WTC Towers
9-11 Painful Questions
9-11 Pentagon Strike
The Corporation
Capitalism and Other Kids Stuff!
Capitalist Conspiracy
M.Parenti: Terrorism, Globalism, and Conspiracy
The Age of the Cheerful Robots
Masters of the Universe
Economic Hitman
The Value of Debt
The Economy of Human RIghts
The World in Ten Seconds
The Bush Tax Cuts
/The Elite
Bohemian Rhapsody
Secrets of the CIA
JFK2 - The Bush Connection
The Secret Government
Hugo Chavez Speaks at the UN
Mr. Cheney Gets Some Feedback
Masters of the Universe
Bush Nazi Crime Family History
Bush Family Criminal Dynasty
The Clinton Chronicles
Conspiracy of Silence
Ariel Sharon: The Accused
The President Talks to God
Galloway Delivers a Scathing Rebuke to a US Senate Commission
John Bolton talks about the UN
Iraq War
White House Pushed UK to Kill al-Jazeera Bombing Story
Fallujah - The Hidden Massacre
M.Parenti: Terrorism, Globalism, and Conspiracy
Ike Was Right About The War Machine
Galloway vs Hitchens on the Iraq War
Propaganda and War: Iraq and Beyond
We Are Not Going Away
Iraqi Resistance Kills U.S. Marines
Iraqi Lullaby
Iraqi's Murdered By U.S. Marines in Fallujah
Democracy Hypocrisy - Iraq War
War Makes Beasts of Men
Fallujha- The Day After
Second Year Anniversary of the Iraqi Occupation
Saddam had no WMD
One Year Anniversary of the Iraqi Occupation
The Century of the Self
Operation Hollywood
Gore Vidal: Vote Fraud and 9-11
Donahue vs O'Reilly
Galloway vs O'Reilly
Power of Nightmares
Myth of American Exceptionalism
Conspiracy Theory Rock
The Art of Democracy
The Myth of the Liberal Media
The Fake Town Hall Meeting
Galloway is Attacked by Paxman
The O'Sexxxy Factor
I Would Execute Everyone At Gitmo
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US Military Depleted Uranium Movie
Testimonies of Horror from the War on Drugs
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The Invisible Machine
Governments Threaten Journalists in New Orleans
Martial Law in New Orleans
Surveillance Campaign
London Bomb Was Under the Train
London Terror Games
Nuclear Weapon Test
Panama Deception
Stop Nuclear Bunker Busters
Selling War to Kids
Amnesty International Criticizes USA For Torture
Stop USA Torture!
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Clint Curtis testifies about vote fraud
Peter King's Election Prediction

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November 27, 2005

Arctic booms as climate change melts polar ice cap - The global hunger for oil is fuelling a new gold rush.

November 26, 2005

Terror Against the Biosphere - Virtually alone among nations, the United States -- by far the worst polluter on the face of this green and smoggy planet—refuses to acknowledge the existence of a greenhouse threat -- let alone address it. The world burns, the barons steal, and America plays its public relations fiddle.

November 25, 2005

Sea level rise doubles in 150 years - Global warming is doubling the rate of sea level rise around the world, but attempts to stop it by cutting back on greenhouse gas emissions are likely to be futile, leading researchers will warn today.

November 24, 2005

Shipping's Dirty Secret - Our grimy great lakes: The dirty secrets of the Canadian shipping industry’s cleanup practices.

November 23, 2005

Damming the World Bank - The World Bank recognizes the countless social and environmental problems caused by dams, but won't let them get in the way of building more and more dams.

November 22, 2005

Snows fail to fall in Arctic tundra - Life is harsh on the freezing tundra of the Arctic Circle where Anna Prakhova lives. But it can be much harder when snows do not fall.

November 20, 2005

The Big Thaw: Global Disaster Will Follow If the Ice Cap on Greenland Melts - Now scientists say it is vanishing far faster than even they expected.

Your Birthright, Up For Grabs - For sale cheap: 270 million acres of national forest and public land. It could happen under a budget bill being debated in Congress.

November 19, 2005

Greenpeace activists seize hotel on Spanish coast - Activists have occupyied a development along Spain's Andalusian coastline claiming the construction is illegal and environmentally destructive.

November 18, 2005

Chemtrails Are Over Las Vegas - Las Vegas residents are increasingly noticing the appearance of chemical trails overhead. They appear EVERY weekend without fail, the only exception being the two weeks after September 11, 2001.

November 17, 2005

Climate Shift Tied To 150,000 Fatalities - Most Victims Are Poor, Study Says

Turf Wars - America's lawn-care industry is fighting hard to make sure the nation's lawns are awash in synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.

November 15, 2005

The politics of climate change: It will happen, and they will come - Unprecedented mass movement defines our global age. But increasingly, among the displaced is a population whose status only in recent years has gained some legitimacy: environmental refugees. It categorizes people who suffer from a wide spectrum of environmental disasters, man-made or natural. Their homes have become inhabitable, veritable wastelands.

November 14, 2005

Deforestation rate remains alarming - The world's forests are still being destroyed at an alarming rate despite a slowing down in the net rate of forest loss because of new planting and natural growth, a UN agency says.

November 13, 2005

Fish Numbers Plummet in Warming Pacific - Disappearance of plankton causes unprecedented collapse in sea and bird life off western US coast.

November 12, 2005

Avoiding Everyday Toxins - They're everywhere -- in the food we eat, in the cosmetics we use, in the houses where we live. Is there an alternative?

November 7, 2005

Greenhouse gas "to rise by 52%" - Global greenhouse gas emissions will rise by 52% by 2030, unless the world takes action to reduce energy consumption, a study has warned.

November 6, 2005

Cocaine traces detected in River Thames - Citing scientific research which it had commissioned, it said an estimated two kilogrammes of cocaine, or 80,000 lines, spill into the river every day after it has passed through users' bodies and sewage treatment plants.

November 1, 2005

UN Warns of Poverty as World’s Lakes Evaporate - African lakes are among the worst affected, with satellite images unveiled on Monday showing dramatic differences between the extent of some lakes and rivers today and their extent a few decades ago. Lake Chad has shrunk by almost 90 per cent...

New Study Warns of Total Loss of Arctic Tundra - The impact on vegetation and landscapes would transform large areas of the earth.

The Legacy of "Silent Spring" - Forty-three years ago, Rachel Carson became the unlikely founder of the radical ecology movement. Her message is even more powerful today.

The Hidden Life of Garbage - ...the United States is the number one producer of garbage on the planet; with just 5 percent of the global population we generate 30 percent of the world's trash. The average American throws away a staggering 4.5 pounds of rubbish daily -- that's 1,600 pounds each year...

October 31, 2005

Atoll still scarred by tests - Up to five people a day are being sent to private hospitals in Auckland for diagnosis and treatment for what may be radiation-related illnesses, officials say.

October 30, 2005

The Deadliness Below - Weapons of mass destruction thrown into the sea years ago present danger now - and the Army doesn't know where they all are

Navy denies Tasmania whale deaths - Environmentalists want to know if the navy's sonar equipment can actually disrupt the navigation systems of whales and dolphins.

October 21, 2005

Global warming, in capsule form - Warming cliff notes!

Rain-Forest Damage Much Worse Than Thought - Loss of trees in the Brazilian rain forest is much worse than had been thought, according to a new study.

Climate Change and Geoengineering - "intentional large scale manipulation of the global environment"

October 16, 2005

Man Will "Wipe Out" Rare Creatures Of The Deep - The deep ocean is one of the world's last great wildernesses. But not for long. Two kilometres below the surface, scores of rare and exotic species are being wiped out at a dramatic rate.

October 14, 2005

2005 Set to be Second Hottest Year on Record - "1998 was the warmest ever, 2005 is looking at being second. It will be another very warm year generally, which is in line with global climate change research."

October 9, 2005

GM crop "ruins fields for 15 years" - GM crops contaminate the countryside for up to 15 years after they have been harvested, startling new government research shows.

October 7, 2005

Climate change and pollution are killing millions, says study - Almost a fifth of all ill health in poor countries and millions of deaths can be attributed to environmental factors, including climate change and pollution, according to a report from the World Bank.

October 6, 2005

Animals "hit by global warming'" - Climate change could lead to the extinction of many animals including migratory birds, says a report commissioned by the UK government.

October 5, 2005

Commerce Department tells National Weather Service media contacts must be pre-approved - "There has been no explanation as to why this policy was issued. It does appear the intent of this policy is to restrict the flow of weather information to the national media," said the NOAA employee who also expressed concern over why Commerce is suddenly making blanket policy decisions for the NWS and deciding who can speak to the media.

October 2, 2005

Melting Planet: Species are Dying Out Faster Than We Have Dared Recognize, Scientists Will Warn This Week - The erosion of polar ice is the first break in a fragile chain of life extending across the planet, from bears in the north to penguins in the far south

September 28, 2005

Is the U.S. creating cloud cover? - They call it Project Cloverleaf. At night, giant planes with no pilots roam the sky over the U.S. Instead of a mere vapor trail, they are filling the sky with unknown chemicals designed to darken the earth.

September 23, 2005

This is Global Warming, Says Environmental Chief - Super-powerful hurricanes now hitting the United States are the "smoking gun" of global warming, one of Britain's leading scientists believes.

September 22, 2005

Air Pollution Found To Pose Greater Danger To Health Than Earlier Thought - Experts may be significantly underestimating air pollution's role in causing early death, according to a team of American and Canadian researchers, who studied two decades' worth of data on residents of the Los Angeles metro area.

September 20, 2005

Global warming "past the point of no return" - A record loss of sea ice in the Arctic this summer has convinced scientists that the northern hemisphere may have crossed a critical threshold beyond which the climate may never recover.

September 18, 2005

Landmark environment law in peril - "The Bush Administration takes the same approach to the Endangered Species Act that it takes to all the other major environmental laws that protect our air, water and lands. Their approach is to appease, abuse and assault."

September 17, 2005

A Polluter's Feast - Bush has reversed more environmental progress in the past eight months than Reagan did in a full eight years

Ozone hole approaches record size - The hole in the ozone layer above Antarctica has grown to near-record size this year, suggesting 20 years of pollution controls have so far had little effect, the United Nations said.

September 15, 2005

Studies link global warming with increased hurricane intensity - "The best way to put it is that storms are lasting longer at higher intensity than they were 30 years ago."

September 14, 2005

World Bank Contributing to Extinctions and Overfishing - New Report Documents Damage to the Pacific Ocean from Investments in Destructive Longline Fishing

September 9, 2005

Future Storms May be More Destructive - Global warming is changing the realities of life within a hundred or more miles of those coasts. We may find that either we will have to quit building developments and start recovering coastal wetlands, or establish ongoing massive evacuation plans for entire regions.

Heavy Metal Holdup - The Bush administration advanced two phony arguments to support its industry-friendly approach: 1) that mercury isn’t really toxic; and 2) there’s no "commercially available" technology available to clean it up.

September 5, 2005

Feds told to bring gray wolf back to Northeast - Judge rules Interior Department violated law

August 29, 2005

Radioactive Poisoning of Middle East - The use of uranium-enriched munitions in the theater of war in the Middle East and Afghanistan is one of the more sadistic sides of the US imperialism, on par with the barbaric and terroristic nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

August 26, 2005

Analysis: Oregon Breast Milk Contaminated - The breast milk of Oregon women is contaminated with a high level of toxic flame retardants known as PBDEs, researchers say. Overall, they had levels of PBDEs 20 to 40 times higher than levels found in women from Europe and Japan

August 25, 2005

Arctic Ocean Could Be Ice-Free in Summer Within 100 Years, Scientists Say - The current warming trends in the Arctic may shove the Arctic system into a seasonally ice-free state not seen for more than one million years, according to a new report. The melting is accelerating, and a team of researchers were unable to identify any natural processes that might slow the de-icing of the Arctic.

August 18, 2005

Estrogen found in waters alters sex organs of fish - Pharmaceuticals, other substances from sewage plants end up in lakes, cause sexual mutations.

August 15, 2005

Mercury, Another Threat to the Amazon - Mercury threatens the health of the people of the Amazon. In Brazil, more than 2,000 tons of this heavy metal have been dumped into the environment by "garimpeiros" (artisanal gold miners) since 1980, but some researchers say that a great deal more is found in the Amazon jungles.

E-Waste and iWoes - Computers and their accessories contain toxins such as mercury and lead, causing massive environmental damage worldwide. But not all of the major computer companies are serious about reducing waste.

August 12, 2005

Warming hits 'tipping point' - Siberia feels the heat. It's a frozen peat bog the size of France and Germany combined, contains billions of tonnes of greenhouse gas and, for the first time since the ice age, it is melting.

August 9, 2005

Genetic Contamination Spreads in "GM" Free Australia - More GM Contamination Found in Crops

August 8, 2005

Atomic Waste Mishandled, Records Show - The operator of a Florida nuclear plant appears to have shipped radioactive waste to ordinary landfills, municipal sewage treatment plants and some unknown locations in the 1970's and early 80's, according to internal documents and government records obtained in lawsuits.

Patenting a Pig - This appears to be Monsanto’s first step toward acquiring ownership of the animal kingdom. They have aggressively pursued already ownership of various grain and vegetable crops with the same kind of manipulative patent application language.

August 7, 2005

Environmental damage on Earth seen from shuttle - Commander Eileen Collins said astronauts on shuttle Discovery had seen widespread environmental destruction on Earth and warned on Thursday that greater care was needed to protect natural resources.

Roundup® Kills Frogs As Well As Tadpoles, Pitt Biologist Finds - As amphibians continue to mysteriously disappear worldwide, a University of Pittsburgh researcher may have found more pieces of the puzzle.

August 6, 2005

Historical Evidence Shows Larsen Ice Shelf Collapse Is 'Unprecedented' - In the spring of 2002, a large chunk of the Larsen B ice shelf (LIS-B) on the Antarctic Peninsula broke off and tumbled into the Weddell Sea. A new analysis published today in the journal Nature suggests that the more than 3,200 square kilometer area that collapsed signifies an unprecedented loss in the past 10,000 years and can be attributed to accelerated climate warming in the region.

July 27, 2005

Environmental Report Names Top Polluters - Ten power plants in the Northeast last year produced a third of the region's carbon dioxide emissions, considered a major contributor to global warming, according to a report released Tuesday by a coalition of environmental groups.

July 26, 2005

Melting Greenland glacier may hasten rise in sea level - Scientists monitoring a glacier in Greenland have found it is moving into the sea three times faster than a decade ago.

GM crops created superweed, say scientists - Modified rape crosses with wild plant to create tough pesticide-resistant strain

July 21, 2005

Poaching leads to more tuskless elephants - Asian Elephant gene pool shift

July 20, 2005

Scientists raise alarm about ocean health - With a record number of dead seabirds washing up on West Coast beaches from Central California to British Columbia, marine biologists are raising the alarm about rising ocean temperatures and dwindling plankton populations.

July 15, 2005

Gen Teflon: unborn US babies soaked in chemicals - Unborn US babies are soaking in a stew of chemicals, including mercury, petrol by-products and pesticides, according to a report released today.

Kenyan chain drops plastic bags - Kenya's biggest chain of supermarkets has introduced biodegradable shopping bags in response to concern about the pollution caused by plastic ones.

July 14, 2005

EPA Is Faulted as Failing to Shield Public From Toxins - "EPA does not routinely assess existing chemicals, has limited information on their health and environmental risks, and has issued few regulations controlling such chemicals," the report said. The investigators concluded that the environmental agency "lacks sufficient data to ensure" that the public is protected.

Water on the Brain: Down the Drain - Walk down most streets on Manhattan's Upper East Side on a weekday morning and you'll find yourself dodging the watery spray kicked up by dozens of hose-wielding doormen cleansing the pavement for the daily parade of designer shoes and custom running sneakers. "Sixty-three hundred people in the world die every day from lack of water," says Regina Birchem. She's president of the Women's International League of Peace and Freedom Congress...but I don't know if her building has a doorman

July 13, 2005

Wave of Marine Species Extinctions Feared - Although a number of previous extinctions involved birds and marine mammals, it is the fate of many fish that worries experts. The large-scale industrialization of the fishing industry after World War II, a global boom in oceanfront development and a rise in global temperatures are all causing fish populations to plummet.

July 12, 2005

Faced with this crisis - Instead of denying climate change is happening, the US now denies that we need proper regulation to stop it

July 10, 2005

Data Reveal Sea Levels Have Risen More Than 1 Inch in Last Decade - That's twice as fast as the rate the oceans rose during the previous 50 years, ocean experts said Thursday. If the current rate continues or accelerates, as they say is likely, the world's seas will rise at least a foot by the end of this century, causing widespread flooding and erosion of islands and low-lying coastal areas.

July 8, 2005

North Atlantic Ocean Temps Hit Record High - Ocean temperatures in the North Atlantic hit an all-time high last year, raising concerns about the effects of global warming on one of the most sensitive and productive ecosystems in the world.

July 1, 2005

Global Warming Might Create Lopsided Planet - Extra precipitation expected as a result of global warming could create a lopsided world in which sea ice increases around the South Pole while the far north melts away.

June 30, 2005

Future climate could be hotter than thought - study - Global temperatures in the future could be much hotter than scientists have predicted if new computer models on climate change are correct.


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