Category Archives: Politics

Common agricultural chemicals shown to impair honey bees’ health

Taken by Muhammad Mahdi Karim https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Muhammad_Mahdi_Karim Is it avoidable or just a consequence of our nature to get things done in a hurry?  It seems many chemicals do not receive enough long-term study or do not address “collateral damage”. The scientific literature … Continue reading

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Up! Off our duffs! | The Legal Genealogist

Up! Off our duffs! | The Legal Genealogist. Did you know that in some places important genealogical data is being destroyed?  Or that our access to our ancestors information may be restricted?  You should check out the blog above to … Continue reading

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No PSA screening for men????

You know these things are decided by statistics!  False positives cause “normal” men to undergo unecessary treatments which may not have any bearing on their lifespan yet may drastically decrease their quality of life. On the other hand how many … Continue reading

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Did man’s greed create the HIV epidemic a century ago?

Interesting essay of the origins of the HIV epidemic and what may have lead to its spread outside of the continent.  Maybe it would have died out on its own with no carriers to transport it to populated areas.  Most … Continue reading

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’22 hours for 22 million’

’22 hours for 22 million’ • Local (www.HometownAnnapolis.com – The Capital). 22 million people have died of cancer since President Nixon declared “war” on Cancer!  28 million people are living with Cancer today!!  You probably have a loved one who … Continue reading

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Do Solar Storms Threaten Life as We Know It?

          This is pretty interesting!  It appears that maybe we should be paying more attention to these things than our electricity bills, pollution, the deficit, and politics!!  I’m afraid to go to Yellowstone now! One good … Continue reading

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Plutocracy – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Plutocracy – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Baltimore earthquake: 5.8 magnitude quake felt in Baltimore – Baltimore Sun

That was a completely surreal experience mainly because we were not expecting it!  It was like getting t-boned by another car at an intersection when you least expect it.  It not only rattled structures but also the psyches of many … Continue reading

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Keeping up with the hackers (chart) | InSecurity Complex – CNET News

Keeping up with the hackers (chart) | InSecurity Complex – CNET News.

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder From 9/11 Still Haunts – NYTimes.com

     , Just like other traumatic events (war, rape, murder, etc.), 9/11 has far reaching effects – not just the physical effects but the psychological ones as well.  Is there hope for these people – those unwilling participants in … Continue reading

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