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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Ann Coulter joins gay conservative group / 'Super' mouse evolves resistance to most poisons / France battles rumours of credit-rating downgrade / Scientist Develops Virus That Targets HIV: Using a Virus to Kill a Virus

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100 Million Chinese Cut Ties With the Communist Party
For the past seven years, a peaceful movement has been steadily growing-a movement that encourages Chinese people to renounce all affiliations with the Communist Party.
Feds warn court: don't leak about NSA wiretapping
The Justice Department is warning a federal appeals court not to disclose classified information about the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance programs during upcoming arguments on a lawsuit challenging the NSA's effort.
Media alters video, makes young boy's innocent comments appear violent, dangerous
The mainstream media's penchant for perjury has reached a new low, when local CBS affiliate in Chicago WBBM blatantly altered an interview with a young boy to make it look like he was prone to violence.
Ann Coulter joins gay conservative group
Coulter has long been a supporter of the advocacy group, which claims the support of a string of high-profile conservatives, including anti-tax activist Grover Norquist, online media mogul Andrew Breitbart, and Republican strategist Roger Stone, all of whom serve on the organization's advisory board. "I am honored to serve in this capacity on GOProud's Advisory Council, and look forward to being the queen of fabulous," Coulter said in a statement. 
Scientist Develops Virus That Targets HIV: Using a Virus to Kill a Virus
In what represents an important step toward curing HIV, a USC scientist has created a virus that hunts down HIV-infected cells.  

Solar Storms Building Toward Peak in 2013, NASA Predicts

Solar flares like the huge one that erupted on the sun early today (Aug. 9) will only become more common as our sun nears its maximum level of activity in 2013, scientists say. Tuesday's flare was the most powerful sun storm since 2006, and was rated an X6.9 on the three-class scale for solar storms (X-Class is strongest, with M-Class in the middle and C-Class being the weakest). Flares such as this one could become the norm soon, though, as our sun's 11-year cycle of magnetic activity ramps up, scientists explained. The sun is just coming out of a lull, and scientists expect the next peak of activity in 2013. The current cycle, called Solar Cycle 24, began in 2008. "We still are on the upswing with this recent burst of activity," said Phil Chamberlin, a solar scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt,..

Image captures biggest solar flare in nearly 5 years


Cleveland Volcano erupts with effusion of magma

A volcano on a remote Alaska island has begun erupting, but poses little danger to people or aircraft, officials said Tuesday. The eruption at Cleveland Volcano is a slow effusion of magma that is forming a lava dome, and not an explosive eruption that generates large ash plumes, said John Power, the scientist-in-charge at the Alaska Volcano Observatory. "So far, it's just lava as far as we can tell from our satellite imagery and the people who have managed to see it from passing airplanes," he said. The volcano is in a very remote area, on uninhabited...

Nemesis death star theory that it hurls comets towards Earth is debunked by scientists

Scientists have discovered there is no so-called 'death star' on the edge of the solar system periodically throwing comets at the Earth, as some have believed. A new study has found that Nemesis - the star which some scientists had believed existed - is probably a myth. It had been believed, by some scientists, that as Nemesis drifts through space it disturbs comets in the Oort Cloud - a cloud of comets - sending large numbers of them hurtling towards our planet. According to the Live Science website, the existence of such a star had been invoked...

France battles rumours of credit-rating downgrade

French ministers attempted yesterday to head off speculation that Paris might be the next big country to lose its AAA credit rating. Both the finance and budget ministers gave lengthy radio interviews which seemed to be aimed more at the "bond vigilantes" on international markets than their domestic audience. Valérie Pécresse, the budget minister, said France would "not deviate one iota" from its promise to reduce its budget deficit from 7.1 per cent last year to 4.6 per cent of gross domestic product next year and 3 per cent by 2013. If "more efforts"...

Peru drugs traffickers 'may have massacred Brazil tribe'

Brazil’s national Indian foundation, Funai, said that the isolated area housing the group had been “invaded and looted” in late July by “Peruvian drug traffickers”. Orange-painted residents of the region in the state of Acre, about 20 miles from the Brazil-Peru border, were pictured there in 2008, firing arrows at an overflying plane. In January this year, Brazil allowed the release of more...


'Super' mouse evolves resistance to most poisons

Scientists say that some European house mice have developed resistance to the strongest poisons. German and Spanish mice have rapidly evolved the trait by breeding with an Algerian species from which they have been separate for over a million years. The researchers say this type of gene transfer is highly unusual and normally found in plants and bacteria...

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