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So true
 
I love my Fiona... and I miss my Fang 🐾🐾
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But according to this he was one of the most kind and giving persons...
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Just imagine what could happen with more technology like this.
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Oreo says Happy Valentines day to everyone
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he is cute😊
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Roundup, which was introduced in the 1970’s, contains the chemical glyphosate, which is the focal point for Seneff’s concerns. Roundup was originally restricted to use on weeds, as glyphosate kills plants. However, Roundup is now in regular use with crops. With the coming of GMO’s, plants such as soy and corn were bioengineered to tolerate glyphosate, and its use dramatically increased. From 2001 to 2007, glyphosate use doubled, reaching 180 to 185 million pounds in the U.S. alone in 2007.

If you don’t consume corn-on-the-cob or toasted soybeans, however, you are hardly exempt from the potential affects of consuming glyphosate. Wheat is now sprayed with Roundup right before it is harvested, making any consumption of non- organic wheat bread a sure source for the chemical. In addition, any products containing corn syrup, such as soft drinks, are also carrying a payload of glyphosate.

According to studies cited by Seneff, glyphosate engages “gut bacteria” in a process known as the shikimate pathway. This enables the chemical to interfere with the biochemistry of bacteria in our GI tract, resulting in the depletion of essential amino acids.

It is this ability to affect gut bacteria that Seneff claims is the link which allows the chemical to get on board and wreak further damage. The connection between intestinal flora and neurological functioning is an ongoing topic of research. According to a number of studies, glyphosate depletes the amino acids tyrosine, tryptophan, and phenylalanine, which can then contribute to obesity, depression, autism, inflammatory bowel disease, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
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They always said that math was important in school.  Here is the proof.
 
Just one more is all I need...
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NFL teams getting paid for showing patriotism?  I am ashamed to see the Steelers among that list.  Some of the others don't really surprise me.

For a group that makes 9.5+ billion per year, the least that they could do is show real patriotism and donate the money that they got to support veterans.  They could kick in a little extra as well
The U.S. Defense Department paid $5.4 million from 2011 to 2014 to pro football teams.
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More GOP Climate denier funnies.  (Warning,humor included may hurt the feelings of true climate deniers.  You have been warned)
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Please don't do this to your dogs.
 
This is just stupid crazy
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I'm posting this to encourage everyone around the world to put a stop to this. This is cruel. This has to be terrifying to a dog. Please pass along so maybe we can create some awareness of what's going on. And stop this in its tracks
#dogs   #cruelty  
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Offshore wind beats drilling for jobs and energy in U.S. Southeast

Developing wind power off the Atlantic Coast would create twice as many jobs and produce twice as much energy as opening the area to oil and gas drilling -- and it would avoid worsening the climate disruption that's already taking a toll on the region.

So finds a report released last week by the international conservation advocacy group Oceana. The analysis comes as the federal government is developing an updated five-year plan for offshore drilling lease sales beginning in 2017, and as a coalition of seven coastal state governors chaired by Pat McCrory of North Carolina is pushing to open the area to the oil and gas industry.

Offshore wind has the potential to create 48,145 jobs in North Carolina, compared to 23,238 for offshore drilling.
North Carolina in particular stands to benefit from offshore wind power development, the report found, as the state has the greatest wind resource and job creation potential of any other along the Atlantic Coast from Maine to Florida. 

"Offshore wind power in North Carolina has the potential to generate more jobs, produce more power, and lead to a higher degree of energy independence from foreign sources than drilling for oil and gas does," said Randy Sturgill, Southeast organizer for Oceana's climate and energy campaign. 

"North Carolinians deserve to know the truth when it comes to expanding this dirty and dangerous practice to our coast, and what alternatives there are for clean energy."

http://www.southernstudies.org/2015/01/offshore-wind-beats-drilling-for-jobs-and-energy-i.html

#WindEnergy   #USSouthEast  
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Apple cares?
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A Apple recorre a unidades de produção em países asiáticos, como a China ou Malásia, para produzir iPhones e iPads. Nos últimos anos foi acusada de não garantir os direitos dos trabalhadores das unidades estrangeiras que contrata, uma alegação que negou. Uma reportagem do programa Panorama, da BBC, revela agora a realidade dos operários de uma fábrica em Xangai, onde existem turnos de 12 horas, que podem chegar a 18, e onde a exaustão leva os tra...
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