By ANNE BARNARD, MICHAEL R. GORDON and ERIC SCHMITT JULY 27, 2015 BAGHDAD — Turkey and the United States have agreed in general terms on a plan that envisions American warplanes, Syrian insurgents and Turkish forces working together to sweep… Read More ›
Month: July 2015
range through the moment stop at the yellow line wait for a heaven-sent sign glowing halo illuminated, behind words strewn, auditory overload scattered, renewed, sowed careless whether the seeds garners nothing more than weeds no one to pluck the discord… Read More ›
Shale Oil Extraction, A Water Pollution Method
We well know that potable water, once polluted, cannot be replaced easily. One of the methods of using potable water is extraction of oil from shale. Getting crude oil from rock represents perhaps the most difficult process of extraction. Oil shale must be… Read More ›
Why This Man Supports Iran Deal — Despite Bibi’s Bluster
“There is no ideal world, and there are no ideal agreements,” says Ami Ayalon, a former director of Israel’s Shin Bet internal security service. “And let me add that there is no ideal Middle East.” Given the imperfections in the… Read More ›
gliding through the night towards an unknown sight attack and leave in ruins death seeking it’s boons homage to Death as the dogs of war seeds begun in bohr tred with heavy foot hatred with a deep root hurried across… Read More ›
A New World Revealed
This morning, the United States became the first country to reach Pluto — and the first country to explore the entire classical solar system: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. NASA’s New Horizons interplanetary probe has been… Read More ›
College is a con: The savage truth about your bachelor’s degree
Higher education wears the cloak of liberalism, but in policy and practice, it’s a cutthroat system of exploitation By David Masciotra, AlterNet Higher education wears the cloak of liberalism, but in policy and practice, it can be a corrupt and… Read More ›
Internet Outages: Worldwide
http://www.outageanalyzer.com/ If you are following the story of Ethernet Internet cables being cut in California, here’s some more that happening. Some could be simple equipment failure and others like in California, vandalism or terrorism, depending on how you view it.
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