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2/20/2010  Lucky coincidence may have saved lives
Travis County fire crews were training near plane crash site - "For us to just happen to be there was very fortunate," said Oak Hill/Westlake Fire Chief Gary Warren, who took command of the operation. "It was a huge coincidence."
(Austin American-Statesman)
posted: 2/23/10                   0       11
keywords: Andrew Joseph Stack, Austin TX, Echelon I Building, Internal Revenue Service, Terrorists, United States Add New Keyword To Link

2/19/2010  Citigroup Warns Customers It May Refuse To Allow Withdrawals
"Effective April 1, 2010, we reserve the right to require (7) days advance notice before permitting a withdrawal from all checking accounts. While we do not currently exercise this right and have not exercised it in the past, we are required by law to notify you of this change," Citigroup said on statements received by customers all over the country.
(Business Insider)
posted: 2/23/10                   0       20

2/18/2010  Megan Riley witnessed a HAZMAT firetruck that "just happened to be doing something" across the street from where a small plane reportedly did a 'suicide' crash into an Austin, TX federal office building that housed the IRS right next to the adjacent office building that housed none other than the FBI and CIA. (NBC)
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2/17/2010  Accused Christmas Bomber Listened to Music, Slept
"Well, I mean, it was a threat, of course, it was a threat because initially, he was trying to blow up the plane but he didn't succeed. I mainly treat him this way because of how he reacted towards what he was doing. And what his actions told me on the plane was that he was in over his head, and that he didn't exactly know what he was doing would entail."
(National Public Radio)
posted: 2/23/10                   1       13

2/17/2010  Citigroup Stock Proving Irresistible to Hedge Funds
“The sum of the parts is worth less than each individual part,” said Garnick. “It is easier for investors to assign value to a company if it is broken up into its many component parts. In this market environment people are starting to reward single business unit companies.”
posted: 2/23/10                   1       11
keywords: Appaloosa Management, Appaloosa Management, Bruce Berkowitz, Citigroup, Daniel Loeb, David Tepper, Eric Mindich, Eton Park Capital Management, Fairholme Capital Management, Financial Crisis, George Soros, Goldman Sachs, Hedge Funds, John Paulson, Paulson & CO, Securities And Exchange Commission, Soros Fund Management, Third Point, United States, Vikram Pandit Add New Keyword To Link

2/17/2010  Global Weirding Is Here
Therefore, climate experts can’t leave themselves vulnerable by citing non-peer-reviewed research or failing to respond to legitimate questions, some of which happened with both the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia and the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
(New York Times)
posted: 2/17/10                   0       20

2/17/2010  Homeland Security targets bus traffic in Tampa
airport style security for bus station - "This is ongoing for us," said Tampa Police Department Assistant Chief Marc Hamlin. "We do this every day."
posted: 4/24/10                   0       15

2/17/2010  In Supreme Court Ruling on Campaign Finance, the Public Dissents
Memo to the Supreme Court: President Obama isn’t the only one who’s annoyed. Obama raised eyebrows at his State of the Union address last month by criticizing the high court’s ruling throwing out limits on corporate spending in political campaigns. Turns out he’s got company: Our latest ABC News/Washington Post poll finds that 80 percent of Americans likewise oppose the ruling, including 65 percent who “strongly” oppose it, an unusually high intensity of sentiment. Seventy-two percent, moreover, support the idea of a legislative workaround to try to reinstate the limits the court lifted. The bipartisan nature of these views is striking in these largely partisan times. The court’s ruling is opposed, respectively, by 76, 81 and 85 percent of Republicans, independents and Democrats; and by 73, 85 and 86 percent of conservatives, moderates and liberals. Majorities in all these groups, ranging from 58 to 73 percent, not only oppose the ruling but feel strongly about it.
posted: 8/1/11                   0       5

2/17/2010  TSA to swab airline passengers' hands in search for explosives
The president's fiscal 2011 budget calls for $60 million to purchase approximately 800 portable ETD machines.
posted: 2/18/10                   0       14

2/16/2010  Another IPCC Error: Antarctic Sea Ice Increase Underestimated by 50%
Several errors have been recently uncovered in the 4th Assessment Report (AR4) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). These include problems with Himalayan glaciers, African agriculture, Amazon rainforests, Dutch geography, and attribution of damages from extreme weather events. More seem to turn up daily. Most of these errors stem from the IPCC’s reliance on non-peer reviewed sources. - This rate of increase is nearly twice as great as the value given in the AR4 (from its non-peer-reviewed source). So, the peer reviewed literature, both extant at the time of the AR4 as well as published since the release of the AR4, shows that there has been a significant increase in the extent of sea ice around Antarctica since the time of the first satellite observations observed in the late 1970s. And yet the AR4 somehow “assessed” the evidence and determined not only that the increase was only half the rate established in the peer-reviewed literature, but also that it was statistically insignificant as well. And thus, the increase in sea ice in the Antarctic was downplayed in preference to highlighting the observed decline in sea ice in the Arctic. It is little wonder why, considering that the AR4 found that “Sea ice is projected to shrink in both the Arctic and Antarctic under all SRES scenarios.”
(World Climate Report)
posted: 7/2/10                   0       8

2/16/2010  Cannabis Science Announces Preliminary Results of Its Survey of Cannabis Use By Veterans and Others With Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) "Listen to What Our Veterans Are Telling Us"
Cannabis Science Inc. (NASD OTCBB: CBIS), an emerging pharmaceutical cannabis company, is reviewing interim results of its survey from over 1400 people, US military veterans and others who responded to our PTSD survey. The survey is still available for a limited time online on the website for all those who still wish to participate. The survey was designed and conducted by Mitch Earleywine, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology at the State University of New York (Albany). Dr Earleywine is also a member of the Cannabis Science Inc. Scientific Advisory Board. The survey results will be made public as soon as the study has been completed. Dr. Robert Melamede, Cannabis Science President and CEO, observed, "It is clear that many veterans are already using herbal cannabis to self-medicate to relieve the symptoms of PTSD. Consequently, there is a clear need for standardized, FDA approved, oral cannabis products which can, and should be, provided to veterans and others who can benefit from its use. Medical cannabis has far fewer and milder side effects than most currently prescribed pharmaceutical products do. We are working hard to have one or more products ready for FDA clinical trials as soon as possible."
(Cannabis Science)
posted: 2/18/10                   0       12

2/14/2010  Climategate U-turn as scientist at centre of row admits: There has been no global warming since 1995
Data for vital 'hockey stick graph' has gone missing ~ There has been no global warming since 1995 ~ Warming periods have happened before ~ but NOT due to man-made changes - The academic at the centre of the 'Climategate' affair, whose raw data is crucial to the theory of climate change, has admitted that he has trouble 'keeping track' of the information. Colleagues say that the reason Professor Phil Jones has refused Freedom of Information requests is that he may have actually lost the relevant papers. Professor Jones told the BBC yesterday there was truth in the observations of colleagues that he lacked organisational skills, that his office was swamped with piles of paper and that his record keeping is 'not as good as it should be'. The data is crucial to the famous 'hockey stick graph' used by climate change advocates to support the theory. - Professor Jones departed from this consensus when he said: 'There is much debate over whether the Medieval Warm Period was global in extent or not. The MWP is most clearly expressed in parts of North America, the North Atlantic and Europe and parts of Asia. 'For it to be global in extent, the MWP would need to be seen clearly in more records from the tropical regions and the Southern hemisphere. There are very few palaeoclimatic records for these latter two regions. 'Of course, if the MWP was shown to be global in extent and as warm or warmer than today, then obviously the late 20th Century warmth would not be unprecedented. On the other hand, if the MWP was global, but was less warm than today, then the current warmth would be unprecedented.'
(UK Daily Mail)
posted: 2/14/10                   2       40

2/14/2010  World may not be warming, say scientists
“The popular data sets show a lot of warming but the apparent temperature rise was actually caused by local factors affecting the weather stations, such as land development.”
(London Times)
posted: 2/18/10                   0       13

2/12/2010  Alex Deane: Demolish the myth that safety, in and of itself, is an absolute good
It's peculiar, the hoops we've obediently jumped through since 9/11. Belts off, jackets off, shoes off, no liquids, no gels, hop on one leg, bear the officiousness of the power-happy bureaucrat with good humour. And now, expose yourself at the airport in order to fly, even though there are real questions about whether the scanners work.
(The Independent)
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2/12/2010  Mark Landsbaum: What to say to a global warming alarmist
It has been tough to keep up with all the bad news for global warming alarmists.
(OC Register)
posted: 2/18/10                   0       12

2/12/2010  New Paper in Science: Sea level 81,000 years ago was 1 meter higher while CO2 was lower
"Using speleothem encrustations from coastal caves on the island of Mallorca, we determined that western Mediterranean relative sea level was ~1 meter above modern sea level ~81,000 years ago during marine isotope stage (MIS)"
(Watts Up With That)
posted: 2/18/10                   0       12
keywords: Babes-bolyai University, Bahamas, Bermuda, California, Carbon Dioxide, Climate Change, Climategate, Grand Cayman, Mallorca, United States, Universitat De Les Illes Balears, University Of Iowa, University Of South Florida, Università Di Roma III Add New Keyword To Link

2/12/2010  Obama Making Plans to Use Executive Power
“We are reviewing a list of presidential executive orders and directives to get the job done across a front of issues,” said Rahm Emanuel, the White House chief of staff. - The use of executive authority during times of legislative inertia is hardly new; former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush turned to such powers at various moments in their presidencies, and Mr. Emanuel was in the thick of carrying out the strategy during his days as a top official in the Clinton White House.
(New York Times)
posted: 2/15/10                   0       20

2/11/2010  Global Warming and Weather Psychology
How does extreme weather affect the public’s understanding or misunderstanding of global climate change?
(New York Times)
posted: 2/18/10                   0       10

2/11/2010  Lobbyists for cap and trade face daunting task
The U.S. Senate's stalled climate bill is getting a last big push from an unlikely ally -- a group of energy companies who say a carbon market will help them get financing for the next generation of energy production.
posted: 3/14/11                   0       3

2/10/2010  Body Scanner = Naked Movie Star Pictures; That Didn't Take Long
We're not the type to say "I told you so." Alright maybe we are. In this case we just couldn't help ourselves.
(American Civil Liberties Union)
posted: 2/15/10                   0       15

2/10/2010  Climate-Change Debate Is Heating Up in Deep Freeze
Climate scientists say that no individual episode of severe weather can be attributed to global climate trends, though there is evidence that such events will probably become more frequent as global temperatures rise.
(New York Times)
posted: 2/18/10                   0       12

2/10/2010  Has the IPCC outlived its usefulness?
With Elisabeth Rosenthal’s page-one story in the New York Times yesterday, it’s possible that the American press may finally start to examine the controversies that have erupted over the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and its head, Rajendra Pachauri. One can only hope.
(CE Journal)
posted: 2/18/10                   0       7

2/10/2010  New 3D scanner at airports not to show body parts
Canada has also ordered installation of 44 scanners at all its important airports.
(IBN Live)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       16

2/9/2010  Airport Security Officials Caught in Most Obvious Lie Ever
There is no way that celebrities are not going to have images of their genitals recorded and shared because of this new machinery! Read more: Airport Security Officials Caught in Most Obvious Lie Ever
(New York Magazine)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       13

2/9/2010  Attempted bombing of Flight 253: Terror Suspect Kept Visa to Avoid Tipping off Larger Investigation
The State Department didn't revoke the visa of foiled terrorism suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab because federal counterterrorism officials had begged off revocation, a top State Department official revealed Wednesday. Patrick F. Kennedy, an undersecretary for management at the State Department, said Abdulmutallab's visa wasn't taken away because intelligence officials asked his agency not to deny a visa to the suspected terrorist over concerns that a denial would've foiled a larger investigation into al-Qaida threats against the United States.
(Global Research)
posted: 10/4/10                   0       3

2/9/2010  Australia to introduce body scanners after failed US attack
Rudd said the government would spend 28.5 million dollars helping the industry fund a range of new screening technologies, including body scanners, multi-view x-ray machines, and bottle scanners that detect liquid explosives.
(Times of India)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       14

2/9/2010  Climate-change legislation buried under record snowfall in capital
The documents, which were hacked from a university computer server, prompted accusations that researchers may have edited the presentation of data to overstate the threat of warming.
(The Hill)
posted: 2/18/10                   0       12

2/9/2010  When screening makes you scream
When airport security personnel asks flyers to put their hands down their pants, something has to change
(The Globe And Mail)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       13

2/8/2010  Skeptics Find Fault With U.N. Climate Panel
“This is not about whether this is a good person or a good cause; it’s about the integrity of the scientific process,” Dr. Pielke said, adding: “This has become so polarized, it’s like you must be in cahoots with the bad guys if you are at all negative about Pachauri.”
(New York Times)
posted: 2/18/10                   0       11
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2/6/2010  My Left Breast Put Fancy TSA Scanner to the Test
Then she said she needed to check something. And she began sweeping her hands around my left breast and rib cage.
(Politics Daily)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       13

2/6/2010  Opinion: Deep Oil, Deep Power and Deep Pockets
Is oil running out or not and is Peak Oil a true phenomenon? In this article I examine the dubious reasons for the promotion of The Peak Oil myth and the interplay between power, profit and money. - Evidence for the Russia Oil Formation Theory also abounds. Off the coast of New Orleans -- in the South Eugene oil fields is an example. Several of these wells -- in 300 ft of water -- were found to be refilling themselves with oil. Further investigation showed that they were refilling from below and not from the sides or above.
(Digital Journal)
posted: 6/18/10                   0       6

2/6/2010  Rajendra Pachauri: head of UN climate change panel clocks up half a million miles of air travel
Between January 2007 and July 2008, he took more than 120 long-haul flights and 43 short-haul trips, taking in countries such as New Zealand, America and Fiji. Dr Pachauri’s trips would have produced 121.1 tons of carbon dioxide, according to calculations by ClimateCare, a carbon offset provider.
(London Telegraph)
posted: 2/19/10                   0       6

2/6/2010  Secret summit of top bankers
World's top bankers fly in to meet at secret location trouble on the horizon - Organised by the Bank for International Settlements last year, the two-day talks are shrouded in secrecy with high-level security believed to have been invoked by law enforcement agencies.
posted: 2/7/10                   0       12

2/5/2010  Airport Body Scanning Raises Radiation Exposure, Committee Says
Air passengers should be made aware of the health risks of airport body screenings and governments must explain any decision to expose the public to higher levels of cancer-causing radiation, an inter-agency report said.
posted: 2/10/10                   0       15

2/4/2010  "Houston we have a problem" -- HAARP or not the Australian National Weather Radar Network goes into meltdown after the strangest 18 days on record. Official statement admits they have an "Unexpected problem". It begins to look like more than cyclone Olga was being controlled.
OK, so much has happened that has to be classed as mysterious since January 16th that we need again to take stock and be sure we are not making this up. Be sure to look at the previous page and the recap. Lets pick this up from February 2, 2010. Questions from myself and other residents within Australia began falling into E-mail In-boxes of the Bureau of Meteorology asking for explanations about these bizarre radar patterns. There have been a few replies but ostensibly you will see that they generally claim that individual radar equipment has a problem or that the radar rain return adjustments were set too low. Still the strange returns were seen and not from one radar station but many. Why then was this problem now suddenly and mysteriously wide spread across the continent? It was not just strange symmetrical patterns that were unusual and according to some experts unique but the weather itself was bizarre and even worrying.
(Colin Andrews)
posted: 4/18/11                   0       4
keywords: Australia, Australian Bureau Of Meteorology, Australian National Weather Radar Network, Colin Andrews, Haarp, Melbourne, National Aeronautics And Space Administration, Radar, Tropical Storm Olga, United States, Water Add New Keyword To Link

2/4/2010  MSP airport security: Whole-body scanners are likely, but not everyone's on board
Congressional hearings continued Wednesday into a dramatic overhaul of the nation's airport security system, which could see the metal detectors at airports across the country replaced by far more costly whole-body imaging scanners designed to see below clothing and which many say would have stopped the attempted Christmas Day underwear bomber before he stepped onto a plane
(Minn Post)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       16

2/3/2010  3 G.I.s Killed in Pakistan. Now Can We Start Treating This Like a Real War?
America’s clandestine operations there would be waged solely by remote-control — with Predator and Reaper drones
posted: 2/4/10                   0       15

2/3/2010  Driver’s Licenses for the Internet? -- Today’s idea: Let’s have “driver’s licenses” for the Internet to counter online fraud, hackers and espionage, a Microsoft executive suggests.
Maybe on your busy junket to the World Economic Forum in Davos last week you missed the panel where Craig Mundie, Microsoft’s chief research and technology officer, offered up the Internet licensing proposal above. Barbara Kiviat of the Curious Capitalist blog was there, and summarizes the idea thusly: What Mundie is proposing is to impose authentication. He draws an analogy to automobile use. If you want to drive a car, you have to have a license (not to mention an inspection, insurance, etc.). If you do something bad with that car, like break a law, there is the chance that you will lose your license and be prevented from driving in the future. In other words, there is a legal and social process for imposing discipline. Mundie imagines three tiers of Internet I.D.: one for people, one for machines and one for programs (which often act as proxies for the other two).
(New York Times)
posted: 11/1/10                   0       3

2/3/2010  More Al Qaeda Attacks This Year? Top intelligence officials predict that a possible Al Qaeda terror attack in the next three to six months on U.S. soil is a serious concern (CBS)
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2/3/2010  Rachel Maddow: Facts hinder Republican smear tactic
Obvious facts and rights ignored in Christmas Day Bombing talking points
posted: 2/4/10                   0       19

2/2/2010  A "Balanced Approach" to Drug Control?
Despite trumpeting a "balanced and comprehensive drug strategy," President Obama's White House Drug Czar's office announced this week that it is continuing the nearly two-to-one budget disparity that heavily favors spending on law enforcement and punishment over public health strategies like treatment and prevention.
(Law Enforcement Against Prohibition)
posted: 2/23/10                   0       10

2/2/2010  DNI & CIA Chief Predict Terrorist Attack In Next 6 Months (FOX)
posted: 2/23/10      
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2/2/2010  Intel chief: Al-Qaida likely to attempt attack
National Intelligence Director Dennis Blair said with changes made since the Dec. 25 attack, U.S. intelligence would he able to identify and stop someone like the Detroit bomber before he got on the plane. But he warned a more careful and skilled would-be terrorist might not be detected.
posted: 2/23/10                   0       12

2/2/2010  IRS Acquiring Shotguns
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) intends to purchase sixty Remington Model 870 Police RAMAC #24587 12 gauge pump-action shotguns for the Criminal Investigation Division.
(Federal Business Opportunities)
posted: 2/23/10                   0       3

2/2/2010  Lord Adonis: Airport body scan images destroyed immediately
Transport Secretary Lord Adonis sought today to allay privacy fears over the introduction of full body scans at airports.
(London Evening Standard)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       11

2/2/2010  Obama grows the drug war, with enforcement a clear priority
The budget places America's drug war spending at $15.5 billion for fiscal year 2011; an increase of 3.5 percent over FY 2010. That figure reflects a 5.2 percent increase in overall enforcement funding, growing from $9.7 billion in FY 2010 to $9.9 billion in FY 2011. Addiction treatment and preventative measures, however, are budgeted at $5.6 billion for FY 2011, an increase from $5.2 billion in FY 2010.
(The Raw Story)
posted: 2/23/10                   0       8

2/2/2010  Rahm Emanuel brags about Obama's loyalty to Israel and AIPAC (MSNBC)
posted: 4/1/11      
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2/2/2010  US cyber security 'under threat'
Malicious cyber activity is occurring on an unprecedented scale with extraordinary sophistication." That is what America's top intelligence official, Dennis Blair has told the US congress.
(UK Channel 4)
posted: 2/3/10                   0       16

2/1/2010  'No scan, no flight' at Heathrow and Manchester
Some passengers at Heathrow and Manchester airports will have to go through full body scanners before boarding their flights under new rules.
posted: 2/23/10                   0       7

2/1/2010  60 Minites, Larry Silverstein, Extra: Where He Was on 9/11
In the fall of 2001 developer Larry Silverstein had just taken over a 99 year lease on the Twin Towers.
posted: 5/29/10                   0       9

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