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Cairns to halt water fluoridation (Australia)

Fluoride water Cairns

The Cairns City Council will remove fluoride from its water supply, saying it amounts to the “involuntary medication” of residents. But the council says it won’t be doing anything to determine if there’s broad community support for fluoridation to continue. “If people want to have access to fluoride, they need …

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600 million without power as massive blackout plagues India

India’s northern and eastern power grids have failed, plunging half the country into darkness. It is the second consecutive day in which blackouts struck India. Power outages darkened over 19 states according to local officials, including Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, J&K, Bihar, West Bengal, Orissa, Jharkhand, UP, Himachal, Pradesh, Uttarakhand and …

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Top 5 affordable grooming tools

Grooming

The whole concept of grooming has undergone a drastic makeover for the contemporary men. It is limited not just with the shaving of the facial hair, but much more. If you look into the market, you will find that there is an overflowing of different varieties of men grooming products. …

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Russia: US knows ISIS positions but refuses to bomb them

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov ISIS Syria

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Sunday the goal of the United States in Syria is different than what is publicly stated. He also said the coalition led by the U.S. knows the positions of ISIS in the country and is not targeting them. Lavrov told Channel One, the largest television …

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Western backed ISIS now controls half of Syria

ISIS terrorist group

Islamic State is thought to be holding sway over half of Syria’s landmass after its seizure of Palmyra, where it has reportedly begun massacring a rebellious tribe and faces no opposition to sacking the city’s ancient ruins. “There are no forces to stop them [entering the ruins],” Rami Abdurrahman, director of …

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Elon Musk donates $1 million to new Nikola Tesla museum

Elon Musk Tesla Motors

For his 158th birthday, Nikola Tesla got a day named in his honor and a new science museum with $1 million in funding from billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk. Musk, the CEO of electric car company Tesla Motors and rocket company SpaceX, pledged the money in support of a new Tesla museum to …

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Australia fails to repeal carbon tax, here’s why…

Al Gore Clive Palmer carbon tax

The Abbott Government’s bid to bring on an early Senate vote to repeal the carbon tax has backfired after an eleventh-hour switch from the Palmer United Party to withdraw its support. The Senate rejected the bills to repeal the carbon tax, after a dramatic morning in which PUP leader Clive …

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Discovery of magnetic sensors in fish and rats may explain why some people can ‘feel’ wi-fi, smart meters, power lines and electropollution

It is well known that many people are sensitive to electromagnetic pollution. Wi-fi gives them headaches. Being near high-voltage power lines can bring on migraines. Using a cell phone unleashes similar symptoms. Until recently, there was no medically-understood mechanism by which electromagnetic waves could be sensed by humans. But now, …

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Going nuclear-free: Germany smashes solar power world record

Germany’s solar power plants produced a record 22 gigawatts of energy on Friday, equivalent to the output of 20 nuclear plants. The country is already a world-leader in solar power and hopes to be free of nuclear energy by 2022. The director of the Institute of the Renewable Energy Industry …

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Profit from industrial demand for silver

Around the year 2000, industrial demand for silver (excluding photography and jewellery) accounted for just over 30 per cent of total demand. In 2011, it had climbed to 54 per cent and is predicted to rise to 74 per cent by 2020. This is a stunning change in demand dynamic. …

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US Army to smite enemies with Tesla-like lightning bolts

tesla coil

In the era of remote-controlled drones, invisible planes and microwave guns, no military innovation should come as a surprise. But among the array of new weapons none are more satisfying than a cannon that allows you to unleash bolts of lightning. The Laser-Induced Plasma Channel (LIPC) cannon is currently being …

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Global elite suppressing new discoveries in alternative energy

Alternative energy

New York Times best-seller and former award-winning journalist Jim Marrs talks to Alex about alternative energy – including anti-grav technology – being suppressed by the elite controllers. [youtube height=”400″ width=”550″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=–l8DkrGr2s[/youtube]   SEE ALSO: – Artificial leaf an alternative energy? – CO2 eating lamp that runs on algae – An electrical …

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How Can an EV Charging Station Help Your Business?

EV charging station

As more people begin to enjoy cleaner and greener electric vehicles, the need for charging stations is growing rapidly. In the past, electric vehicles were scarce few refueling options were available to the average consumer. However, with recent surges in alternative energy and more brands stepping up to offer EV …

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Portable Power: Gas or Propane Generators?

Portable generator

When it comes to portable generators, the biggest draw is all part of the name –  their portability. You can set one up just about anywhere you might need one and have a consistent flow of energy, for as long as you have fuel. Less outdoorsy types campers to have …

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IMF forgives Ukraine’s debt to Russia

IMF Christine Lagarde Ukraine debt

On December 8, the IMF’s Chief Spokesman Gerry Rice sent a note saying: “The IMF’s Executive Board met today and agreed to change the current policy on non-toleration of arrears to official creditors. We will provide details on the scope and rationale for this policy change in the next day …

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Central banker appointed as Prime Minister of Ukraine

Arseniy Yatsenyuk Ukraine

A reshuffled Ukrainian Parliament installed following a coup last week has voted to appoint Arseniy Yatsenyuk as the new prime minister of the country. Yats, as Victoria Nuland, the Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs at the U.S. State Department, called him, is a natural choice. He is …

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New Xbox reportedly won’t let you play (unless it can spy on you)

Xbox

People throughout the world could soon be voluntarily outfitting their homes with indefinitely active cameras, infrared sensors and microphones if they purchase Microsoft’s new Xbox video game console, slated for release sometime next year. According to leaked screen captures, the new console, codenamed “Durango,” will be “Always On, Always Connected,” …

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