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Conservatives Take Orders From Their Left Brain »

By James Wilson A study conducted recently and published by Neuro-politics.com, suggests that conservatives are left brain dominant, while liberals are right brain dominant.  I’ve provided some of the summary for this study below: A self-assessment Internet survey was conducted by Brack and Zhang on Neuro-politics.com. The survey collected 490 questionnaires, which were subsequently cleansed […]

Most Important Report in Human History: IGNORED »

By James Wilson Last Sunday the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warned that if the world does not curtail the amount of atmospheric carbon, there will be “severe, pervasive and irreversible impacts for people and ecosystems”.  The 116-page IPCC report, a review of more than 30,000 climate-science studies, is the latest in a series that began […]

Sensitive military gear for sale online »

According to a new report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office, Many pieces of military gear which were stolen have been sold on Craigslist and eBay. Investigators posing as buyers where able to buy over a dozen items listed on the online sites, the sellers of stolen items were arrested. The items include two F-14 […]

The ONE Campaign, Ben & Jerry’s Join Forces »

You know Ben & Jerry, the two loveable old guys from the 60’s that have made ice-cream forever, and have always been active in worthy causes (why can’t we get presidents as honest and down-to-earth as these guys?). Anyway, they have just developed and dedicated one of the strangest sounding frozen concoctions you can imagine: […]

Plant Something Green in Your Office »

Planning ahead can save big $$ on energy bills As you can see from the chart, IT departments consume a great deal of the companies overall power consumption. Some recent advances in OS’s and hardware can actually save you money. But you can do a few things today, without any new investments. For example, taking […]

BioFuels a Disaster? »

BioFuel Now Competes Directly with Worlds Food Supply Are you wondering why your grocery dollars aren’t stretching quite as far? In Mexico City, a barely publicized riot, called “The Tortilla Riots”, break out in protest of escalating corn prices (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/6319093.stm) and sharply rising flour prices destabilize Pakistan. In Sudan, a grocer that supplies the countries […]

Google turned the lights out »

Google users in the United States will notice today that we “turned the lights out” on the Google.com homepage as a gesture to raise awareness of a worldwide energy conservation effort called Earth Hour. As to why we don’t do this permanently – it saves no energy; modern displays use the same amount of power […]

Karate school robbery leaves thief hospitalized »

A feckless stick-up man chose the wrong target when he was beaten and hospitalized in an attempted robbery of a karate school in Bucaramanga in northwestern Colombia, police said. “The man entered the academy with a firearm, but could not intimidate the dozens of students, who fortunately reacted and disarmed him,” said Colonel Julio Cesar […]

India launches communications satellite »

India launched into orbit a rocket carrying a replacement satellite that was destroyed last year, competing for global satellite launch business. The 49-metre (1,481-feet) rocket carrying the Insat-4CR satellite blasted off from the Sriharikota space station in southern India at 6:21 pm (1251 GMT) after a two-hour delay due to a technical glitch. “It was […]