Monthly Archives: March 2014

Facts about Putin

Why nothing will dent Vladimir Putin’s soaring popularity at home Neither western sanctions nor claims of Russia’s involvement in flight MH17 influence its citizens, who live on a diet of state propaganda Giantsmax 10:23 PM EST [Edited] It is … Continue reading

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Endless Energy in Asia

Nuclear fusion – zerocarbon electric power produced from sea water in a doughnut-shaped reactor that imitates the sun – is also far closer to a reality than most people think. It could stop man-made global warming once and for all … Continue reading

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Tsar Putin the Terrible

A Ukrainian naval officer passed by Russian military personnel as he left the Ukrainian naval headquarters in Sevastopol on Wednesday after Russian forces and local militiamen seized control of the facility. Credit Vasily Fedosenko/Reuters Russia’s brutality with Ukraine is nothing … Continue reading

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Help the Homeless

Meet the outsider who accidentally solved chronic homelessness Meet Sam Tsemberis. According to academics and advocates, he’s all but solved chronic homelessness. His research, which commands the support of most scholars, has inspired policies across the nation, as well as … Continue reading

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San Jose veteran youtube video

How the story began… WWII vet becomes viral video star after San Jose racers’ spontaneous tribute San Jose veteran youtube video

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Oil Prices means speculators

U.S. demand for oil and refined products — including gasoline — is down sharply from last year, so much that United States has actually become a net exporter of gasoline, unable to consume all that it makes Continue reading

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