AVATAR movie trailer!.....I'm really liking this man!


This moose comes back every day on its on to work for the man
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Society must decide if it 'will accept relationships between humans and robots'.......Really?!!


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This Is The Pot Debate Story.....Check it out.

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Who Are The Oath Keepers?

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US Congressman’s links with Iran: new blow for two countries’ ties




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Rapper Hi-Caliper: Gives his opinion on certain issues. Watch the vid with an open mind.




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Microchiping included in Healthcare Bill?

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Aliya Bulkan's body found: I was moved by this story....don't know why.



The search for the body of 23-year-old Aliya Bulkan, who jumped off the Kaieteur Falls last Saturday, has come to a close.



23-year-old Aliya Bulkan

Captain Gerald Gouveia, CEO of Roraima Holdings, said that Aliya’s body was found among rocks at the bottom of the waterfall around 13:00 hrs yesterday.

Mr. Rustum Bulkan, the young woman’s father, had been assisting the Guyana Defence Force officers in the search.


The young woman and a friend, Ms. Lisa Ahmad, were among eight others, including the pilot, on the trip to Kaieteur Falls. Their flight with Roraima Airways left Georgetown at 8:15am and reached the destination point at 9:15am.


Eyewitnesses claim that at the end of the tour of the Kaieteur National Park, the falls being the last stop, Aliya turned back, in the direction of the falls, making the deadly leap over the 741 ft. high waterfall.


Family members, according to the eldest Bulkan daughter, Ms. Camilla Bulkan, are coping with the tragedy.
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Goldman Sachs Head Says Banks Do 'God's Work' - I would really like to know what God thinks of such a statement.

I really don't know how to comment on such a 'statement'.... Someone help!

Goldman Sachs Head Says Banks Do 'God's Work' - Financials * Europe * News * Story - CNBC.com
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Damon Vickers: Dollar Will be Utterly Destroyed, New World Order.....Another great piece of info!

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Max Keiser- On The Edge- Talking about one world government and the banking system.....must check this out!





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Peaceful preaching inside, violent message outside a New York mosque.

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Secretary Of The Treasury- Timothy Franz Geithner-Pace of job loss has slowed- However, those jobs are not coming back though!

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U.S. Secretary Of The Treasury- Timothy Franz Geithner- Can't give a straight answer!

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Lord Monckton on the Glen Beck Show - Global Warming

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Prominent Russian Scientist: ‘We should fear a deep temperature drop — not catastrophic global warming’

Marc Morano
Climate Depot
October 29, 2009

Reprint of new scientific paper: (Full pdf paper available here.)

THE SUN DEFINES THE CLIMATE

(Habibullo Abdussamatov, Dr. Sc. – Head of Space research laboratory of the Pulkovo Observatory, Head of the Russian/Ukrainian joint project Astrometria – (translated from Russian by Lucy Hancock) Dr. Abdussamatov is featured on page 140 of the 2009 U.S. Senate Report of More Than 700 Dissenting Scientists Over Man-Made Global Warming. Also see "Related Links" below.)

Key Excerpts: Observations of the Sun show that as for the increase in temperature, carbon dioxide is "not guilty" and as for what lies ahead in the upcoming decades, it is not catastrophic warming, but a global, and very prolonged, temperature drop. [...] Over the past decade, global temperature on the Earth has not increased; global warming has ceased, and already there are signs of the future deep temperature drop. [...] It follows that warming had a natural origin, the contribution of CO2 to it was insignificant, anthropogenic increase in the concentration of carbon dioxide does not serve as an explanation for it, and in the foreseeable future CO2 will not be able to cause catastrophic warming. The so-called greenhouse effect will not avert the onset of the next deep temperature drop, the 19th in the last 7500 years, which without fail follows after natural warming. [...] We should fear a deep temperature drop — not catastrophic global warming. Humanity must survive the serious economic, social, demographic and political consequences of a global temperature drop, which will directly affect the national interests of almost all countries and more than 80% of the population of the Earth. A deep temperature drop is a considerably greater threat to humanity than warming. However, a reliable forecast of the time of the onset and of the depth of the global temperature drop will make it possible to adjust in advance the economic activity of humanity, to considerably weaken the crisis.

Excerpts: Experts of the United Nations in regular reports publish data said to show that the Earth is approaching a catastrophic global warming, caused by increasing emissions of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. However, observations of the Sun show that as for the increase in temperature, carbon dioxide is "not guilty" and as for what lies ahead in the upcoming decades, it is not catastrophic warming, but a global, and very prolonged, temperature drop.

Life on earth completely depends on solar radiation, the ultimate source of energy for natural processes. For a long time it was thought that the luminosity of the Sun never changes, and for this reason the quantity of solar energy received per second over one square meter above the atmosphere at the distance of the Earth from the Sun (149 597 892 km), was named the solar constant.
Until 1978, precise measurements of the value of the total solar irradiance (TSI) were not available. But according to indirect data, namely the established major climate variations of the Earth in recent millennia, one must doubt the invariance of its value.

In the middle of the nineteenth century, German and Swiss astronomers Heinrich Schwabe and Rudolf Wolf established that the number of spots on the surface of the Sun periodically changes, diminishing from a maximum to a minimum, and then growing again, over a time frame on the order of 11 years. Wolf introduced an index (“W”) of the relative number of sunspots, computed as the sum of 10 times number of sunspot groups plus the total number of spots in all groups. This number has been regularly measured since 1849. Drawing on the work of professional astronomers and the observations of amateurs (which are of uncertain reliability) Wolf worked out a reconstruction of monthly values from 1749 as well as annual values from 1700. Today, the reconstruction of this time series stretches back to 1611. It has an eleven-year cycle of recurrence as well as other cycles related to onset and development of individual sunspot groups: changes in the fraction of the solar surface occupied by faculae, the frequency of prominences, and other phenomena in the solar chromosphere and corona.

Analyzing the long record of sunspot numbers, the English astronomer Walter Maunder in 1893 came to the conclusion that from 1645 to 1715 sunspots had been generally absent. Over the thirty-year period of the Maunder Minimum, astronomers of the time counted only about 50 spots. Usually, over that length of time, about 50,000 sunspots would appear. Today, it has been established that such minima have repeatedly occurred in the past. It is also known that the Maunder Minimum accompanied the coldest phase of a global temperature dip, physically measured in Europe and other regions, the most severe such dip for several millennia, which stretched from the fourteenth to the nineteenth centuries (now known as the Little Ice Age).

The search for a relationship between large climate variations and phenomena observed in the Sun led to an interest in finding a connection between periods of change in the terrestrial climate and corresponding significant changes in the level of observed solar activity, because the sunspot number is the only index that has been measured over a long period of time.

Determinative role of the Sun in variations in the climate of the Earth

The Earth, after receiving and storing over the twentieth century an anomalously large amount of heat energy, from the 1990’s began to return it gradually. The upper layers of the world ocean, completely unexpectedly to climatologists, began to cool in 2003. The heat accumulated by them unfortunately now is running out.

Over the past decade, global temperature on the Earth has not increased; global warming has ceased, and already there are signs of the future deep temperature drop (Fig. 7, 11). Meantime the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere over these years has grown by more than 4%, and in 2006 many meteorologists predicted that 2007 would be the hottest of the last decade. This did not occur, although the global temperature of the Earth would have increased at least 0.1 degree if it depended on the concentration of carbon dioxide. It follows that warming had a natural origin, the contribution of CO2 to it was insignificant, anthropogenic increase in the concentration of carbon dioxide does not serve as an explanation for it, and in the foreseeable future CO2 will not be able to cause catastrophic warming. The so-called greenhouse effect will not avert the onset of the next deep temperature drop, the 19th in the last 7500 years, which without fail follows after natural warming.

The earth is no longer threatened by the catastrophic global warming forecast by some scientists; warming passed its peak in 1998-2005, while the value of the TSI by July – September of last year had already declined by 0.47 W/m2 (Fig. 1).

For several years until the beginning in 2013 of a steady temperature drop, in a phase of instability, temperature will oscillate around the maximum that has been reached, without further substantial rise. Changes in climatic conditions will occur unevenly, depending on latitude. A temperature decrease in the smallest degree would affect the equatorial regions and strongly influence the temperate climate zones. The changes will have very serious consequences, and it is necessary to begin preparations even now, since there is practically no time in reserve. The global temperature of the Earth has begun its decrease without limitations on the volume of greenhouse gas emissions by industrially developed countries; therefore the implementation of the Kyoto protocol aimed to rescue the planet from the greenhouse effect should be put off at least 150 years.

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Consequently, we should fear a deep temperature drop — not catastrophic global warming. Humanity must survive the serious economic, social, demographic and political consequences of a global temperature drop, which will directly affect the national interests of almost all countries and more than 80% of the population of the Earth. A deep temperature drop is a considerably greater threat to humanity than warming. However, a reliable forecast of the time of the onset and of the depth of the global temperature drop will make it possible to adjust in advance the economic activity of humanity, to considerably weaken the crisis.
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Soros: Global deal needed to set new financial world rules

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - International controls over capital movements and new global playing rules are needed to reinvent the global financial system, billionaire investor and philanthropist George Soros said on Friday.

"That is what a new Bretton Woods conference could accomplish," Soros told a lecture. "It would decide how to treat financial institutions that are too big to fail and it would consider new rules to control capital movements."

Soros added that he expected China to maintain capital controls but said China will establish bilateral clearing accounts with some countries, like Brazil, denominated in yuans.

Such accounts could diminish the dollar's status as the international currency, he added.

(Reporting by Krisztina Than and Balazs Koranyi; Editing by Chris Pizzey)
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