Sunday, January 26, 2020

26 January - Blogs I'm Following - 5 of 5

10:22 pm MST

Midnight Meme Of The Day!

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 21 hours ago
*by Noah Sunday Thoughts:* And, behold: No answer ever came. Trump's very existence in our lives proved that there is no god. It was a message from the Devil. In fact, the existence of Trump and his party proves that the Devil exterminated God a long, long time ago, and darkness came over the land. That darkness has been growing ever since. You can now go back to watching junk TV and buying crap at the mall.

Meeting expectations

Craig at Is the BBC biased? - 21 hours ago
Radio 4's *Sunday* programme staged a discussion this morning about the Church of England's position on civil partnerships between a liberal Anglican bishop (Alan Wilson, Bishop of Buckingham) and a tradionalist Anglican blogger on the General Synod (Dr Ian Paul). Presenter William Crawley did exactly what I expected him to do: He took the liberal bishop's side and grilled the traditionalist blogger who was upholding traditional Christian teaching on marriage. Dr Paul was interrupted 7 times by William. Such are the way's of Radio 4's *Sunday*.

"How Contagious Is The Coronavirus?"

CoyotePrime at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 21 hours ago
*"How Contagious Is The Coronavirus?"* The latest data points to "very". by Chris Martenson *A Comment:* I won't attempt to reproduce this lengthy, extremely well detailed and updated article about the current situation regarding the coronavirus. I strongly encourage you to view the complete article at the link below. This is as serious as it gets, folks. - CP - ○ Related: *"Summary:* • Sun, 01/26/2020 - 11:25 "5 Million Potential Carriers Have Left Wuhan As Coronavirus Appears To Mutate Into "More Transmissable" Form" • Sun, 01/26/2020 - 09:54 "Third ... more »

Recitation vs Thinking

Louis Hissink at Louis Hissink's Crazy World - 21 hours ago
It seems reasoned thinking does not seem to work when debating social justice warriors, SJW, as Allan Stevo writes in an article on the Lew Rockwell website, Logic is a Tool of the Patriarchy this weekend, 25 Jan 2020. Well, … Continue reading →

"The plot to stop James Purnell becoming director-general of the BBC"

Craig at Is the BBC biased? - 22 hours ago
It looks as if Dominic Cummings is out to stop James Purnell from becoming the BBC's next DG. A "well placed Downing Street source" has told Robert Peston that if the BBC’s board and Sir David Clementi “try to put someone like Purnell in we will put in a chairman whose first job is to fire him…The likes of Purnell [would be] 'dead on arrival'”.

Coco Gauff is out of the Australian Open, but the 15yo has again won the hearts of the tennis world

Luke Pentony at Just In - 22 hours ago
The teenage sensation goes down to countrywoman Sofia Kenin in the last 16, but departs Melbourne Park with a legion of new fans.

Richie Porte dethroned as king of Willunga Hill, but still claims his second Tour Down Under title

Just In - 22 hours ago
The Tasmanian notches another TDU win, but for the first time in six years he fails to cross the line first at the top of the race's most feared climb.

'No-one in the family knows what to do': Over 100 Australian children trapped in Wuhan coronavirus area

Bang Xiao at Just In - 22 hours ago
The Australian Government is working with Chinese authorities to get Australians out of Wuhan, the Chinese city dubbed 'ground zero' in the deadly coronavirus outbreak.

Another Federally-Backed Solar Energy Project Just Went Belly-Up

David Boaz at The National Interest - 22 hours ago
*David Boaz* *Economics, * It wasn't the first and won't be the last. Looks like another federally backed solar energy plant has gone bust. Bloomberg News reports, “A $1 Billion Solar Plant Was Obsolete Before It Ever Went Online.” In 2011 the $1 billion [Crescent Dunes] project was to be the biggest solar plant of its kind, and it looked like the future of renewable power. Citigroup Inc. and other financiers invested $140 million with its developer, SolarReserve Inc. Steven Chu, the U.S. Department of Energy secretary at the time, offered the company [$737 million in] governmen... more »

Times Radio, "designed to threaten Radio 4"

Craig at Is the BBC biased? - 22 hours ago
According to *The Sunday Telegraph*, Rupert Murdoch is launching an ad-free, opinion-led rival to BBC Radio 4 in the coming months, a DAB channel called Times Radio. The paper calls it "an attack on the vulnerable BBC" and says the new radio station is "designed to threaten Radio 4". Sounds good to me. An alternative to the "endless fugue of misery and victimhood" that is today's Radio 4 is sorely needed. Will Rod Liddle host a rival breakfast show to *Today*? Will Libby Purves's *Midweek* be reborn? Will the *Times*'s excellent media correspondent Matthew Moore present a counte... more »

Time for Climate Sense

Viv at The Carbon Sense Coalition - 22 hours ago
By Viv Forbes 23 December 2019 Svante Arrhenius (1859-1927) was a Swedish scientist who first claimed that the burning of hydro-carbons like coal, oil, gas, peat and wood may cause global warming. In 1895 he calculated (incorrectly) that a doubling of the atmospheric CO2 concentration would lead to a 4-5 oC rise in global temperature. […]

Nothing new with warming oceans and heatwaves

Editor, cairnsnews at Cairns News - 22 hours ago
The Arctic Ocean is warming up, icebergs are growing scarcer and in some places the seals are finding the water too hot according to a report to the Commerce Department yesterday from the Consulate at Bergen, Norway. Reports from fishermen, seal hunters and explorers all point to a radical change in climate conditions and hitherto […]

Trade Truce? China and America Have a Small Trade Deal—but Will It Last?

Stratfor Worldview at The National Interest - 22 hours ago
*Stratfor Worldview* *Economics, Asia* [image: Reuters] What if it falls apart? The United States and China moved Dec. 12 to soothe the sting of their trade war, agreeing in principle to a so-called "phase one" trade deal that would ease the reciprocal tariffs that have reverberated through the world economy for almost two years. One crucial aspect of the deal is an agreement by the United States to suspend additional tariffs set to take effect Dec. 15 and, crucially, reduce some of the tariffs already in place on some $360 billion in Chinese goods. And thanks to the deal, Washin... more »

PETA : UN Agenda 21 Will Stop Bushfires And Halt Climate Change

Jamie Spry at Climatism - 23 hours ago
“MUCH that passes as idealism is disguised hatred or disguised love of power.” – Bertrand Russell “THE urge to save humanity is almost always a false-front for the urge to rule it.” – H.L. Mencken ••• ECO-extremist org @PETA, cloaked as an “animal rights organisation”, has jumped on the climate-ambulance-chasing bandwagon, linking Australia’s devastating bushfires to the wool […]

Quote of the Day

vonMesser at 'Nox & Friends - 23 hours ago

The petition perspective from one catbird seat

Coral Beach at Food Safety News - 23 hours ago
Opinion Julie Larson Bricher recently wrote an article on outlining a petition that asks the USDA to declare 31 Salmonella serotypes as adulterants in meat and poultry. The move would make what is now legal against the law. Bricher’s piece has generated a lot of comments. Today I write not to discuss Bricher’s article... Continue Reading

Researchers report temperature important for controlling Listeria in rakfisk

News Desk at Food Safety News - 23 hours ago
Researchers have looked at the effect of different ripening temperatures and salt concentrations on the growth of Listeria monocytogenes in a traditional Norwegian fermented fish product. Rakfisk is made from lake trout or arctic char by mild-salting and brine maturation at low temperatures for several months and is eaten without heat treatment. Ripening temperature had... Continue Reading

Year in Review: Here's the Best New Guns of 2019

Alex Joseph at The National Interest - 23 hours ago
*Alex Joseph* *Security, Americas* [image: Classic Walther PPK/S, .380 cal.] The Walther PPK is back. Now that 2019 is over and 2020 has begun, it’s time to look back over the previous year and the best new guns that were released in 2019. 2019 saw the release of many new innovative guns as well as re-releases of old classics that hadn’t been made for years. Let’s take a look, shall we? Here are the top guns that were released in 2019: *Browning X-Bolt Hunter * Perhaps the most exciting new hunting rifle to have been released in 2019 was the Browning X-Bolt Hunter. The X-Bolt Hu... more »

Death from the Deep: The Five Best Cold War Submarines

Robert Farley at The National Interest - 23 hours ago
*Robert Farley* *History, Arctic Ocean* [image: An aerial stern-on view of the Russian Northern Fleet AKULA class nuclear-powered attack submarine underway on the surface.] Cheap, reliable, effective. *Key Point: *US technological innovation and industrial practice made it possible for the USN to develop and maintain submarines with advanced noise-suppression technology. The USSR’s tried to answer through raw weight, both in terms of size and number of boats. History’s three great submarine campaigns include the First Battle of the Atlantic, the Second Battle of the Atlantic, an... more »

January 26th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1102

sundance at The Last Refuge - 23 hours ago
In an effort to keep the Daily Open Thread a little more open topic we are going to start a new daily thread for “Presidential Politics”. Please use this thread to post anything relating to the Donald Trump Administration and … Continue reading →

Sunday January 26th – Open Thread

sundance at The Last Refuge - 23 hours ago
Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. THY WILL BE DONE, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those … Continue reading →

Senator James Lankford and Senator Mike Braun Discuss Opening of Impeachment Defense…

sundance at The Last Refuge - 23 hours ago
Republican Senators James Lankford and Mike Braun appeared on Fox News with Judge Jeanine Pirro to discuss their impressions of the Senate impeachment trial, and the opening day of President Trump’s defense. Senator Braun (Indiana) noted he previously kept close … Continue reading →

Des Moines Register Endorses Elizabeth Warren…

sundance at The Last Refuge - 23 hours ago
Last week the New York Times endorsed Liawatha, this week the Des Moines Register follows along. Neither endorsement matters much in the world of actual voting; however, when the Iowa progressive media support is combined with CNN’s previously coordinated hit … Continue reading →

Just For This Moment

Caitlin Johnstone at Caitlin Johnstone - 1 day ago
We could sit here all day talking about how the news man is always lying or how both parties are functionally the same or how the Bastards toil endlessly to hide the truth from us or how we know better than all those foolish brainwashed […]

‘Once in a Lifetime Opportunity for Israel’: Netanyahu to Join Trump – But No Palestinians – to Unveil ‘Deal of the Century’

mosesman at Socio-Economics History Blog - 1 day ago
‘Once in a Lifetime Opportunity for Israel’: Netanyahu to join Trump – But No Palestinians – to Unveil ‘Deal of the Century’ by Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival Benny Gantz are to meet US President Donald Trump to finally unveil the ‘deal of the century’ peace plan. No Palestinian representative was invited, …

“Powerful” Junk Science

tonyheller at Real Climate Science - 1 day ago

What WON'T Trump Lie About?

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 1 day ago
*Blood on His Tiny Hands by Nancy Ohanian* Really, is there *anything* the illegitimate resident finds too sacred to lie about to advance his own sense of himself and his personal interests? It's just a rhetorical question. Don't bother answering in the comments section; I know the answer and so do you-- and so do the 53 Senate monkeys. Some subjects of his prevarications are more obvious than others. Like the tape Igor made of Señor T screaming about firing Marie Yovanovitch, the anti-corruption ambassador to Ukraine. "The recording," reported ABC News, "appears to contradict state... more »

Musical Interlude: Rudi en Corlea, “Hoor Jy My Stem”

CoyotePrime at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 1 day ago
Rudi en Corlea, “Hoor Jy My Stem” A haunting song sung in Afrikaans by South Africans Rudi Claas and Corlea Botha. Graphic: "93-year-old man eats lunch next to a picture of his late wife every day."


CoyotePrime at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 1 day ago
"Acceptance is a crucial step forward for those who prefer the idea of living this life over simply existing within it. Accept all that you've said and what you've done, because you cannot change your past. Accept the idea of the unknown, because the future is the unknown waiting patiently to reveal itself. Accept the person you have become thus far in your journey, because you are the only person who will be there with you when you finish it. Do all of this so that you may never find yourself having to accept regret that haunts you at two a.m., leaving you sweaty and broken hearted... more »

The Poet: Theodore Roethke, “In a Dark Time”

CoyotePrime at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 1 day ago
*“In a Dark Time”* "In a dark time, the eye begins to see, I meet my shadow in the deepening shade; I hear my echo in the echoing wood- A lord of nature weeping to a tree. I live between the heron and the wren, Beasts of the hill and serpents of the den. What’s madness but nobility of soul At odds with circumstance? The day’s on fire! I know the purity of pure despair, My shadow pinned against a sweating wall. That place among the rocks- is it a cave, Or winding path? The edge is what I have. A steady storm of correspondences! A night flowing with birds, a ragged moon, ... more »

Iraqi Security Forces Crack Down On Protesters

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 day ago
*NPR*: *Iraqi Security Forces Storm Tahrir Square, Clash With Protesters* Iraqi security forces launched a major crackdown on anti-government protesters Saturday from Baghdad to cities across the south after an influential Shiite cleric instrumental in the demonstrations withdrew his support. In Baghdad, security forces stormed bridges, streets near Tahrir Square and a highway interchange that had been taken over by protesters, firing live bullets and tear gas and setting fire to tents where protesters have been living and where medics have treated the wounded. At least one protes... more »

Ball kid interactions highlighted after Kyrgios penalty

Simon Smale at Just In - 1 day ago
Nick Kyrgios tried to do a ball kid a favour at the Australian Open, but got a time violation for it. So what are ball kids expected to do for players on court?

ACT's Young Australian of the Year had a simple message for young people watching the awards — it was written on her chest

Penny Travers at Just In - 1 day ago
ACT Young Australian of the Year Madeline Diamond takes to the stage at the Australian of the Year awards in Canberra with "climate justice" emblazoned across her chest, a move she hopes will inspire and empower other young people.

How China can build a coronavirus hospital in Wuhan inside a week

Just In - 1 day ago
China has a record for fast feats of engineering, and now workers are labouring around the clock to build a new hospital for coronavirus patients. They could have it finished within a week.

In their first chance to defend the President, Donald Trump's team leave after two hours

Peter Marsh at Just In - 1 day ago
Donald Trump's legal team keeps things brief in its first uninterrupted chance to defend the President, ahead of an expected prime-time blockbuster on Monday.

'We are alone': Iraqi protesters fear reprisals after popular cleric withdraws support

Just In - 1 day ago
Iraq's anti-government protesters are dealt a major blow, with a popular cleric and political leader withdrawing his support for the months-long demonstrations that have erupted across the Middle Eastern country.

'A bad day, a hurtful day': Aboriginal elder makes plea for date change as huge protests mark Invasion Day

Just In - 1 day ago
Protesters opposed to the celebration of Australia Day on January 26 are making their voices heard across the nation, as well as in London where a small crowd gathered at a statue of Captain James Cook.

Where did Australia Day come from?

Jacqueline Howard at Just In - 1 day ago
We've only been celebrating Australia Day the way we do today for 25 years, so where did it come from?

'Grave situation': Coronavirus deaths rise to 56 as Xi warns of spread

Just In - 1 day ago
The virus-hit Chinese city of Wuhan bans most vehicle use, and Hong Kong says it will close schools for two weeks, as authorities scramble to stop the spread of an illness that has infected more than 1,900 people and killed 56.

Is There Such a Thing As a Cheap AR-15 Rifle?

Charlie Gao at The National Interest - 1 day ago
*Charlie Gao* *Technology, Americas* [image: Reuters] We break it down. *Key point: *Price does matter, but it becoming less important as a signifier of quality. Competition is forcing down the prices of some of the better AR-15s too. The popularity of “budget” AR-15s has exploded in recent years. From offerings from established manufacturers like the S&W M&P 15 Sport and the Springfield Armory Saint to parts kits to offerings from upstart manufacturers in that niche like Anderson, Palmetto State Armory, and Aero Precision, there’s a dearth of options for those looking for a ch... more »

Cold With, Falling Iguanas: Why Iguanas Fall From Trees in Florida When it is Below 40 Degrees

Frank Mazzotti at The National Interest - 1 day ago
*Frank Mazzotti* *Nature, Americas* [image: By Patricia Guillory - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,] What should you do? As temperatures were dipping this week, the National Weather Service issued freeze warnings for much of Florida and Georgia, adding a warning in South Florida for “falling iguanas.” University of Florida wildlife ecologist Frank Mazzotti explains the physiology of cold iguanas and why many people in Florida aren’t shedding tears for the iguana-cicles lying around the region. What happens to iguanas when temps dro... more »

Bees Can Teach Engineers a Thing or Two about Robotics

Orit Peleg at The National Interest - 1 day ago
*Orit Peleg* *Education, Americas* [image: Reuters] Individuals working together as one. Gathered inside a small shed in the midst of a peaceful meadow, my colleagues and I are about to flip the switch to start a seemingly mundane procedure: using a motor to shake a wooden board. But underneath this board, we have a swarm of roughly 10,000 honeybees, clinging to each other in a single magnificent pulsing cone. As we share one last look of excited concern, the swarm, literally a chunk of living material, starts to move right and left, jiggling like jelly. Who in their right minds... more »

TDS Strikes The Space Force

E.M.Smith at Musings from the Chiefio - 1 day ago
Trump Tweets The Space Force Logo, TDS Sufferers erupt as it looks like Starfleet. Seems the Starfleet logo is a derivative of the NASA logo from 1959 or so... Continue reading →

Trump Violated the ICA & the US Constitution by withholding Security Assistence to Ukraine; What is the ICA?

miningawareness at Mining Awareness + - 1 day ago
“The Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 (ICA) reasserted Congress’ power of the purse… Congress passed the ICA … Continue reading →

On The Theistic Hopes Of Atheism

Unknown at The Verma Report - 1 day ago
Anyone can give up god and religion and become an atheist, but it’s not possible for man to give up his theistic hopes. The nihilism, immoralism, libertinism, and utopianism that is often found in the leaders and members of the atheistic movements is an outcome of their unfulfilled desire for a theistic paradise in the material world. Atheism is not a rebellion against god and religion—it is a project to create new earthly religions and gods, and to turn the earth into a theistic paradise. When this project fails, as it bound to fail because its ends are unachievable, the atheists re... more »

U.S. Diplomats And Citizens To Be Evacuated From Wuhan, China. Cities Across The U.S. On High Alert For The Virus

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 day ago
Cities across America are on high alert amid the escalating coronavirus crisis as 63 people in 22 states are suspected to have contracted the deadly strain. The map above shows confirmed and suspected cases in the US *Daily Mail:* *Cities across the US are on high alert as two coronavirus cases are confirmed in Chicago and Washington, 63 people are tested in 22 states and 1,000 American citizens are told to evacuate Ground Zero in Wuhan* * Two cases have been confirmed in the US - a man in Washington state and a 60-year-old woman in Chicago * Officials have said they expect that nu... more »

The Big Time?

jurassicpork at Welcome Back to Gotham City - 1 day ago
As pre-announced here late last year, my historical psychological thriller, TATTERDEMALION, is featured in this week's PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY as of today. TATTERDEMALION is also featured on Book Life's website. Please leave a "like" on its dedicated page or retweet it if you're on Twitter. So does this qualify as the big time? Well, yes and no. If you're a writer, the name Publisher's Weekly is going to be at least as familiar as the names of your own kids. It reaches 2.3 million people, many of them the Grand Poobahs of the Publishing Biz. But I'd already told you the story o... more »

Is Beijing Suppressing The True Scale Of Coronavirus Infections?

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 day ago
*Daily Mail:* *Is Beijing suppressing the true scale of infections? Nurse treating coronavirus sufferers in China claims 90,000 people have already been infected* * Chinese government faces mounting accusations of censoring the true extent of the coronavirus outbreak * Critics have said the Communist regime in Beijing is scrubbing critical videos from the internet * Government figures say 1,400 people have been infected by coronavirus so far * China's president Xi Jinping warns of 'grave situation' as killer coronavirus accelerates * Cities across the US are on high alert as two c... more »

Middle Finger Symphony Theater

Diogenes Sarcastica™ at Diogenes' Middle Finger - 1 day ago
~ NO TUXEDOS REQUIRED ~ Brought To You By *BLUESJUNKY*: Chair of Music - Middle Finger Symphony Music Director

Giuliani Threatening to Release Evidence of Biden Bribery and Corruption in Ukraine

21wire at 21st Century Wire - 1 day ago
*21WIRE* | "Biden should've been prosecuted already for bribery."

Probiotics: A Health Miracle?

Gregor Reid at The National Interest - 1 day ago
*Gregor Reid* *Science, * There's a multi-billion dollar market for them now. Probiotics are live microorganisms, usually bacteria, that can be consumed to offer health benefits. The ability of certain microbes to confer health benefits on their host was recognized more than 100 years ago. In 1904, Elie Metchnikoff, a scientist at the Pasteur Institute, claimed that Bulgarian peasants lived longer by eating yogurt made from bacteria that served to ferment the milk. Parisians rushed out to buy yogurt in response. However, the huge variety of bacteria living on the planet was not ... more »

Will Capitalism Solve the Problems Associated with Capitalism?

Elizabeth Schmidt at The National Interest - 1 day ago
*Elizabeth Schmidt* *Economics, Americas* [image: Reuters] One problem interpreting numbers like these is that there are many definitions of capitalism and socialism. Capitalism is in trouble – at least judging by recent polls. A majority of American millennials reject the economic system, while 55% of women age 18 to 54 say they prefer socialism. More Democrats now have a positive view of socialism than capitalism. And globally, 56% of respondents to a new survey agree “capitalism as it exists today does more harm than good in the world.” One problem interpreting numbers like t... more »

The Fate of the China-Russia Alliance

Lyle J. Goldstein at The National Interest - 1 day ago
*Lyle J. Goldstein* *Security, Eurasia* [image: Reuters] The Moscow-Beijing collaborative relations have already yielded major shifts in the military balance in the Asia-Pacific two times. Will the third time be a global transformation? Even as Democrats bash the Republicans for being too soft on the Kremlin, the Republicans are inclined to point out that the Obama administration was far too accommodating of China. After all, President Barack Obama prioritized the climate change issue that necessitated a high degree of cooperation with Beijing. Yet in today’s toxic partisan warfa... more »

Are the Democrats Handing 2020 to Trump?

Hunter DeRensis at The National Interest - 1 day ago
*Hunter DeRensis* *Politics, Americas* [image: Reuters] The possibility of Trump winning reelection is the real offense that Democrats are trying to stop. The first week of Donald Trump’s impeachment trial contained hours of melodrama, carrying long into the night as some senators fell asleep at their desks. As the C-SPAN cameras rolled, the protagonist was House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA), who has led the Democrat’s impeachment exercise since it began in September. Schiff is one of the seven House members selected as an impeachment manager. Making Schiff th... more »


Louis Hissink at Louis Hissink's Crazy World - 1 day ago
I’ve upgraded to the new Microsoft Edge browser based on Google Chrome, and work flow has been affected. It’s more like the days of old when we accessed the apps on a remote mainframe via a dumb terminal. This brings … Continue reading →

Chinese President Xi Jinping Warns The Deadly Coronavirus Is 'Accelerating' And China Is Facing A 'Grave Situaiton'

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 day ago
*Daily Mail:* *China's president Xi Jinping warns of 'grave situation' as killer coronavirus accelerates, doctor dies and US evacuates its citizens from hotspot Wuhan after death toll jumps to 42 with 1,372 cases and 56 million on lockdown* * The Wuhan coronavirus has now infected more than 1,400 people around the world with most cases in China * Major cities and towns in China are cancelling public transport and closing roads to try and stop the spread * President Xi Jinping spoke following an emergency meeting to warn the spread of the killer virus is worsening * State-run China... more »

The Unbearable Hypocrisy of US Sanctions on Iran

Peace and Prosperity - 1 day ago
[image: undefined] On November 22nd of last year, the US government announced it would impose sanctions on Iran's information minister for his alleged role in limiting domestic Internet access while protests raged in that country over increases in gas prices. At the time, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin condemned the Iranian government for censuring information that Iranian citizens could view online, stating that, "Iran’s leaders know that a free and open internet exposes their illegitimacy, so they seek to censor internet access to quell anti-regime protests." The Iranians... more »

What’s the Best Way to Take Care of Your Teeth?

Erin Elizabeth at Health Nut News - 1 day ago
Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola Story at-a-glance Clean your teeth easily and safely with a soft bristle electric brush and consider using a water flosser to remove more plaque Allow your toothbrush to dry in the upright position to avoid bacterial growth. Wait at least 30 minutes after a meal to brush and be careful […] The post What’s the Best Way to Take Care of Your Teeth? appeared first on Health Nut News.

From a bone-dry riverbed to a 'very full river', Mount Isa's prayers answered after days of rain

Kelly Butterworth at Just In - 1 day ago
Last week concerns were rising in Mount Isa about water security, with the dam levels dropping below 50 per cent. Now the local river is running and Mayor Joyce McCulloch is smiling from ear to ear.

Ground gave way under loader before Henty miner was buried, union says

Ainsley Koch And Edith Bevin at Just In - 1 day ago
New details come to light about how tragedy struck a mine worker on Tasmania's west coast — and who was working with him at the time.

'It makes you forget you're in prison': How a jail exercise program could make Australia safer

Anna Hartley at Just In - 1 day ago
Why prison bosses say a new running program could help reduce reoffending and make our communities safer once inmates are released.

Hands-on children's exhibit explores the power of role-playing fire and rescue

Sarah Moss at Just In - 1 day ago
An experiential exhibit at the University of Wollongong — called Emergency, Emergency! — enables kids to role-play emergency services.

Country fireys deeply honoured to lead massive Australia Day parade

Just In - 1 day ago
Leading Melbourne's Australia Day parade was a "very emotional, huge honour" for four members of the Mallacoota fire brigade who travelled from the far east of the state for the event.

Queensland poised to lead new bushfire resilience standards

Jennifer Huxley at Just In - 1 day ago
Queensland is poised to lead Australia's bushfire recovery efforts and shape new resilience standards, according to the state's bushfire recovery coordinator.

'It's becoming yuppie-fied': Gold rush town debates its modern art

Beth Gibson at Just In - 1 day ago
What started as an exciting community art project has divided the small Central Victorian gold rush town of Dunolly, with some residents fearing for its historic "character".

20 years ago, a crass punk rock song nearly won the Hottest 100. Its members look back on that time fondly

Paul Donoughue at Just In - 1 day ago
The crass pub rock song, which came in at number three in 2000, sparked a crazy, albeit fleeting, period for The Tenants at the top of the Australian music business.

Worst locust plague in decades is so bad that 'even cows are wondering what is happening'

Just In - 1 day ago
A locust plague of almost biblical proportions is tearing through Eastern Africa's food bowl, prompting the United Nations to call for international help.

Information About Nursing Theories For Surgical Nursing

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How Predictable, Unleash A Virus, Develop A Neurotoxic Vaccine, Escalate The Globalist Cabal Eugenics/Depopulation Agenda

Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 1 day ago
Originally posted on Truth To Power: Then these two Globalist Acolyte Clowns POP Up (see pic below) Stating That They Are Going To develop a vaccine, but first they have. To make sure that it is, wait for it, ’SAFE AND EFFECTIVE’ Really, as safe and effective as the Gardasil Vaccine, that is responsible for…

The Greater Kiwi Water Heist

Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 1 day ago
Originally posted on BEN'S WORLD: Water, water, every where,And all the boards did shrink;Water, water, every where,Nor any drop to drink. The very deep did rot: O Christ!That ever this should be!Yea, slimy things did crawl with legsUpon the slimy sea. I – THE GREAT WATER HEIST ROB DAVIDSON LIANNE DALZIELLE ON FIRE AGAIN…


Pam Vernon at Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch - 1 day ago
Originally posted on BEN'S WORLD: Global Water Justice Movement denounces World Bank’s strategy to promote privatization of water and the commodification of water resources through UN SDG Agenda ” Global water justice organizations from around the world sent a letter on 22 April to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in order to express their deep concerns…