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A Sinkhole Grows In Brooklyn: Six-Meter Crater Swallows Street http://b4in.info/to0r

A massive sinkhole has swallowed up an intersection in Brooklyn, New York, snarling up traffic and causing water and gas outages to nearby buildings. Local residents are already joking about turning it into a rent-controlled apartment.

Dramatic images show the gaping hole in the corner of 64th Street and 5th Avenue, located just a short block away from the I-278, also known as the Gowanus Expressway, in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park neighborhood.

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Serpent ‘Sun God Symbol’ Or Space Crab Photographed By Curiosity Mars Rover? http://b4in.info/to09

A strange anomaly has been photographed by Curiosity Mars Rover what looks like an ancient serpent Sun God Symbol positioned in front of an open space between the rocks.

In the mythology of the primitive world, the serpent is universally the symbol of the sun…The serpent was universally represented by the sun symbol, the circle or disk.

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Shocking – Chinese People Killed For Profit: Organs Sold http://b4in.info/bkPG

So you think America has problems with society values and morals, just hope fundamental change comes about before we go any further toward hell. The Government can’t do it, only the human heart of kindness and truth can bring this about.

Just look how depraved the human species can get once having taken total control of a Nation.

If the videos don’t play in your country the full transcript is posted below along with supporting video links which do play anywhere.

This program was aired by Australian TV Channel SBS. Airdate: Tuesday, April 7, 2015

10,000 organs are transplanted in China every year, yet there are only a tiny number of people on the official donor register.

It’s become a destination for people wanting to avoid waiting lists and get a quick transplant. The industry is said to be worth a billion dollars.

But where are the organs coming from?

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Satellite View Of Algae Bloom In Lake Erie http://b4in.info/to0C

On July 28, 2015, the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 captured these images of algal blooms around the Great Lakes. The bloom is visible as swirls of green in western Lake Erie (top) and in Lake St. Clair (bottom).

Earlier in July, NOAA scientists predicted that the 2015 season for harmful algal blooms would be severe in western Lake Erie. They suggest that algae growth in western Lake Erie could rival the blooms of 2011. Algae in this basin thrive when there is an abundance of nutrients (many from agricultural runoff) and sunlight, as well as warm water temperatures. The season runs through summer and peaks in September.

Research confirmed that in 2011, phosphorus from farm runoff combined with favorable weather and lake conditions to produce a bloom three times larger than previously observed. The researchers noted that if land management practices and climate change trends continue, the lake is likely to see more blooms like the 2011 event.

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Federal Judge Rules Idaho Ag-Gag Law Unconstitutional http://b4in.org/eKOD

On Monday, a federal judge ruled that an Idaho law that prohibits the secret filming of animal abuse at agricultural facilities is unconstitutional, potentially calling into question the validity of such laws across the country.

U.S. District Court Judge B. Lynn Winmill found that the law violates the First Amendment, writing in his 29-page ruling that “prohibiting undercover investigators or whistleblowers from recording an agricultural facility’s operations inevitably suppresses a key type of speech because it limits the information that might later be published or broadcast.”

The Idaho law is the first “ag-gag” law to be struck down in court — and since the law was struck down on federal constitutional grounds, Leslie Brueckner, senior attorney for Public Justice, which served as co-counsel for the plaintiffs in the case, is hopeful that the ruling will set strong precedent for other challenges to ag-gag laws across the country.

“This ruling is so clear, so definitive, so sweeping,” Brueckner told ThinkProgress. “We couldn’t ask for a better building block in terms of striking these laws down in other states.”

Seven other states have enacted similar laws, including North Carolina, whose state legislature recently overrode Gov. Pat McCroy’s veto to pass a law that makes it easier for businesses to sue someone that enters a nonpublic area in order to obtain workplace secrets or document workplace violations. Of the remaining states with similar laws, only Utah’s has so far been challenged in court.

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Majority of Britons fear effects of global warming – poll http://b4in.org/eKOI

A majority of British people are now worried about the impact of global warming and fear rising seas and flooding, a poll has found.

The survey looked at the views of 2,000 Britons and was carried out by polling firm ICM Unlimited for the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMECHE).

Some 64 percent thought global warming was an issue now, while 70 percent thought it would be an issue in a decade. Fourteen percent said they were ‘very worried’ about the dangers of increasing temperatures.

Rising sea levels were cited by 65 percent of those polled as their biggest concern, while 60 percent said they were afraid of extreme weather patterns associated with the issue, including hurricanes and cyclones.

“Since the 2008 economic crash, climate change has drifted down the political agenda,” Dr Jenifer Baxter, head of energy and environment at IMECHE, told the Guardian.

She said the result showed that a majority of people were aware of and worried about the risks.

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‘Unprecedented’ video simulations allow vision of world through ‘bionic eyes’ http://b4in.org/gR3E

A first-ever glimpse into what people with ‘bionic eyes’ can actually see has been offered by researchers from the University of Washington, who believe patients should think twice before having pricey eyesight recovery therapy.

The scientists came up with a number of videos showing the type of “picture” eye implants might give to their bearer.

One of the videos is three little movies put together. One of them shows what a person could ideally see through “bionic eyes”, while the other two give an idea of what is most probably actually seen after eye therapy – a blurred and fuzzy image unable to effectively track a fast-moving object.

The study’s lead author, Ione Fine, an associate professor of psychology at the University of Washington said the team managed to create “unprecedented” simulations that are very close to what the people with restored vision actually see.

“This is the first visual simulation of restored sight in any realistic form,” she said. “Now we can actually say, ‘This is what the world might look like if you had a retinal implant.’”

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Fifty Reasons Why Preppers Need Vinegar In Their Stockpiles http://b4in.info/ckR4

As preppers, if we stored a different product for each of our cleaning needs, we’d need a storage room the size of Costco to put it all in. That’s why I love vinegar.

Vinegar is multi-purpose, non-toxic and inexpensive. With the addition of a few drops of essential oil, it even smells good. There are about a million different ways to use it, and that’s before you even get into the use of vinegar in some of your recipes.

My favorite use? Easy. Vinegar is the key component in my all purpose DIY cleaner aptly named, Peppermint Juice. More about that later.

Every self-respecting prepper should have lots of vinegar stashed away. Here are 50 reasons why. (Many of them were graciously contributed by my friend Joe Marshall at Survival Life.)

Why Preppers Need Vinegar In Their Stockpiles

1. Disinfect wood cutting boards.

2. Soothe a sore throat; use 1 tsp. of vinegar per glass of water, then gargle.

3. Fight dandruff; after shampooing, rinse hair with vinegar and 2 cups of warm water.

4. Remove warts; apply daily a 50/50 solution of cider vinegar and glycerin until they’re gone.

5. Cure an upset stomach; drink 2 tsp. apple cider vinegar in one cup of water.

6. Polish chrome.

7. Keep boiled eggs from cracking; add 2 tbsp to water before boiling.

8. Clean deposits from fish tanks.

9. Remove urine stains from carpet.

10. Keep fleas off dogs; add a little vinegar to the dog’s drinking water.

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Revealing Graphic Shows What Happens To Human Body When Drinking Coca Cola http://b4in.info/gmO4

Who hasn’t heard growing up that pouring a can of Coca Cola on car rust can literally remove it in no time at all? We’re not suggesting that Coke is a great rust remover, only that the urban myth was one of the most popular of the era.

Fast forward to 2015 and now we see that Coca Cola is getting another bad rap, only this time it’s the human body that is closely examined after a can of Coke is being poured down the gullet.

Because of the well-known ingredients in Coca Cola such as high fructose corn sweetener, sucrose in the form of refined sugar, phosphoric acid, caramel color, caffeine, coca extract, and glycerin, it’s easy to understand why it has various adverse effects on human health.

The sugar content alone puts a tremendous burden on the liver and the pancreas. The high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is especially damaging to human health because of the mercury content that HFCS now contains. The white refined sugar also has an addictive quality that keeps the drinker coming back for more when they’ve already had too much on a daily and/or weekly basis.

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This Indian Rapper Did An Awesome Cover Of ‘Anaconda.’ Here’s Why It Matters. http://b4in.org/rRBW

Since its release in 2014, Nicki Minaj’s hit single “Anaconda” has spawned countless covers, but none have been met with as much enthusiasm and passion as Sofia Ashraf’s “Kodaikanal Won’t.” The video, which was released last week, calls for consumer goods company Unilever to address the effects of mercury poisoning caused by its factory in Kodaikanal, India.

“Kodaikanal won’t, Kodaikanal won’t, Kodaikanal won’t step down ’til you make amends now,” the hook rings. Over a catchy beat made familiar to us first by Sir Mix-a-Lot, Ashraf raps: “Prolonged exposure got many men killed / There’s children born being seriously ill / The environment is polluted still / Now that’s some toxic sh*t.”

Fourteen years ago, Indian subsidiary Hindustan Unilever shut down its thermometer factory after the mercury poisoning came to light through several employee health complaints. The company initially denied allegations that it had caused mercury pollution, but after glass waste containing mercury was found near the factory, which was created in 1983, the company admitted it was responsible for the waste and cleaned up the toxic scraps from the site.

Unilever, however, maintains that its mercury waste did not cause any lingering negative effects. “There were no adverse impacts on the health of employees or the environment. This has been confirmed by many independent studies,” the company says on its website.

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India lifts ‘porn ban’ after widespread outrage http://b4in.org/tRJ1

India has decided to lift a blanket ban on 857 pornographic websites, following widespread outrage over the move.

The department of telecom told internet service providers not to disable URLs that “do not have child pornographic content”, the PTI agency reported.

The government denied charges of moral policing, saying it wanted to prevent children from accessing the sites.

In July, the Supreme Court criticised the government’s inability to block sites featuring child pornography.

Communications and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad met senior officials on Tuesday to review the ban and decided that internet service providers (ISPs) would be immediately asked not to block those sites which did not contain any child pornography.

However, service providers have said the fresh directive is unreasonable.

“How can the government put the responsibility on us to see whether a website carries child pornography or not?,” the head of the India Internet Service Providers Association told the Times of India.

News of the ban caused a furore on Indian social media, with several senior politicians and members of civil society expressing their opposition to the move.

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Printing pills: FDA approves drugs made using 3D printer http://b4in.org/dKOP

The US Food and Drugs Administration have approved some new pills – nothing new there it would seem – except these tablets were 3D-printed. The makers hope the technology can be used more widely in the field of medicine.

Aprecia is the pharmaceutical company behind the new drug called Spritam. The firm also has the distinction of printing the first product that has been approved by the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) for use inside the human body.

The pills are used to treat epilepsy in adults and children. The tablets unique structure makes them dissolve much quicker than other drugs on the market, which sufferers say are difficult to swallow. The drug is expected to be released by early 2016.

The US Food and Drugs Administration have approved some new pills – nothing new there it would seem – except these tablets were 3D-printed. The makers hope the technology can be used more widely in the field of medicine.
Aprecia is the pharmaceutical company behind the new drug called Spritam. The firm also has the distinction of printing the first product that has been approved by the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) for use inside the human body.

The pills are used to treat epilepsy in adults and children. The tablets unique structure makes them dissolve much quicker than other drugs on the market, which sufferers say are difficult to swallow. The drug is expected to be released by early 2016.

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