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Scientists Explore Changes to Tornado Warnings
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, weather, tornados, warnings, scientists, society, science, news, technology )

Barb
- 81 days ago - woodtv.com
Radars have changed the way they scan the skies to better spot small tornadoes. Now when a storm is near, a radar is programmed to scan the base of a storm more frequently. This could help spot quick-starting tornadoes, like the one that rolled through...
Cop & His Wife Call 911 Dying of Pot Brownie Overdose :)   video
Offbeat  (tags: cops, corruption, law, stupid, marijuana, video, funny, crime, etics, bizarre, culture, humans, humor, odd, off-beat, society, police, interesting, performance )

Barb
- 2076 days ago - youtube.com
Officer resigned, no charges filed for stealing marijuana...
~Take Action~ 25,000 Children Are Forced Into Marriage Everyday
World  (tags: children, abuse, corruption, crime, culture, education, government, humans, rights, sadness, safety, society, politics, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', world )

Barb
- 2221 days ago - care2.com
Building on the conference's success, our goal now is to make sure every member of Congress becomes a supporter of the child marriage law. Please, send a quick note to your elected officials encouraging them to stand up for girls' rights. That action...
They're Releasing Pharmaceuticals Into Our Waterways!!!
Business  (tags: water, warning, safety, risks, protection, medicine, investigation, interesting, government, death, babies, children, drugs, ethics, humans, family, society, americans, business, corporate, corruption, cover-up, dishonesty, environment, lies, abuse, corru )

Barb
- 2263 days ago - wxyz.com
U.S. manufacturers, including major drugmakers, have legally released at least 271 million pounds of pharmaceuticals into waterways that often provide drinking water -- contamination the federal government has consistently overlooked... cont...
Extra, Extra! Homeless Lift Street Papers, and Attitudes
Business  (tags: humans, homeless, newspapers, recession, growth, americans, business, consumers, economy, Entrepreneurs, environment, investing, money, news, society )

Barb
- 2268 days ago - nytimes.com
Newspapers produced and sold by homeless people in dozens of American cities are flourishing even as the deepening recession endangers conventional newspapers. At many of them, circulation is growing, along with the sales forces dispatched to sell the....
US Patriot Act Might Be Used To Prosecute Pot-Growers As Terrorists
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Patriot Act, police, politics, propaganda, war-on-drugs, dishonesty, freedoms, Govtfearmongering, terrorism, americans )

Barb
- 2269 days ago - indybay.org
The USA Patriot Act's mention of incidental criminal networks-opened the door for police under the Act's anti-terrorism provisions to broadly use wiretaps and spy on U.S. Citizens....
POW Benefit Claimants Exceed Recorded POWs
Health & Wellness  (tags: Veterans Administration, benefits, POW's, healthcare, war, troops, research, study, government, news )

Barb
- 2271 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Prisoners of war suffer in ways most veterans don't, enduring humiliating forced marches, torture or other trauma that may haunt them long afterward. In partial recompense, the government extends them special benefits, from free parking and tax breaks...
Effects of Climate Change on Infectious Diseases Questioned By Ecologists
Science & Tech  (tags: Infectious Diseases / Bacteria / Viruses, environment, ecology, effects, science, research, scientists, study, technology, discovery, environment, humans, interesting )

Barb
- 2272 days ago - virtualmedicalcentre.com
Recent research has predicted that climate change may expand the scope of human infectious diseases. A new review, however, argues that climate change may have a negligible effect on pathogens or even reduce their ranges...
A Potential Magic Bullet for MRSA Treatment
Science & Tech  (tags: MRSA treatment, research, study, treatment, medicine, illness, interesting, health, government, drugs, technology, scientists, health, environment, discovery )

Barb
- 2272 days ago - virtualmedicalcentre.com
Attaching an antimicrobial drug, which is activated by light, to a peptide that binds to bacteria and stops them making toxins, produced a "magic bullet" that was highly effective at killing the superbug, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
 
 
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