The sinuous Alaskan coastline, which is 50 percent longer than the rest of U.S. coastline, produces half of all commercial seafood caught in the nation. It is also ground zero for ocean acidification, one of the most devastating effects of our carbon dioxide emissions. In other words, those bountiful crab, clam, and salmon fisheries may […]
Researchers have discovered the origins of the ship that mysteriously emerged from the ruins of the World Trade Center in 2010 Four years ago this month, construction at the Ground Zero construction site was halted when workers uncovered a massive wooden ship 22 feet below the street's surface. Show More Summary
I know I alluded to kids and day camp not too long ago when our driveway was ground zero for the neighborhood skateboarders' personal X Games. But in clearing out the way too many photos on my phone, I ran across this snapshot of a day camp flyer on the local coffee shop's bulletin board and I couldn't resist. Show More Summary
This may or may not be an Encore Presentaysh: the C.O. database returned zero hits on the name “Chiro.” Doesn’t really matter- one of the greatest videos in history. Right here. From RN24 via Andrew Y.Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Corgi, Prolly an Encore Presentayshe but I can't find it, The Big J
Atheists were dealt another blow this week when a panel of judges ruled once again that the so-called "Cross at Ground Zero" could stay at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. A Manhattan judge tossed the American Atheist-spurred...Show More Summary
A federal appeals court today ruled in favor of the more than 230,000 Americans who asked it to protect plans to display a 17-foot cross memorial at Ground Zero.
English: A cross at Ground Zero. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed a lawsuit by an theist group to have the ‘Ground Zero’ Cross’ removed from the 9/11 museum. Here’s the story from the Huffington Post: A cross-shaped beam from the wreckage of the World Trade Center can remain on […]
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An atheist group has lost its appeal in the Second Circuit, where it sought to have "The Cross at Ground Zero" -- the well-known steel-beam cross from the World Trade Center wreckage in New York City -- removed from the September 11 museum. "The Cross at Ground Zero" was......
They didn’t stand a prayer! A federal appeals court has tossed a lawsuit by a group of atheists who challenged the display of the “Cross at Ground Zero” at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
A cross-shaped steel beam pulled from the rubble of the collapsed World Trade Center in New York days after the September 11, 2001, attacks can be displayed in the national memorial museum at the site, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Monday.
Score one for common sense.
The latest in the now clearly out of control West African Ebola epidemic from what has become ground zero: In the wake of the rapid spread of the deadly Ebola virus and the recent untimely death of Mr. Patrick Sawyer, Coordinator ofShow More Summary
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It’s just a distant memory to many Americans. The 9/11 attacks. But for those who responded or just lived or worked near Ground Zero the nightmare lives on. As the number of cancer cases skyrockets. Click here to read the story.
Last year we were able to uncover details of a Gates-funded student and teacher surveillance plan that gathered classroom video data and dumped it into a corporate Cloud for sharing among, who knows?Now it seems Governor Haslam is meeting...Show More Summary
The makers of Reynolds Wrap are thrilled to announce the latest loony chapter in the long running battle against chemtrails, with residents of Shasta County, California DEMANDING that their county stop the federal government from spraying them with non-existent chemicals. L'horreur! Read more...
Chagas, a disease common in Latin America, is gaining traction among immigrants in the U.S.
On April 22, 2013, Kiera Wilmot, a 16-year-old Black girl with good grades and a spotless school record, decided to mix some household chemicals in a water bottle on the grounds of her Florida high school as part of a science experiment. Show More Summary