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Japan Deploys Patriot Missiles Over North Korea Rocket ‘Threat’

The Japanese Navy has delivered surface-to-air missile systems in order to battle a perceived threat arising from the planned North Korean rocket launch, Kyodo news announced. Two Patriot Advanced Capability-3 batteries have arrived to the island of Ishigaki, some 400 kilometers southwest of Okinawa, on board the JDS Kunisaki. Patriots will also be deployed on Okinawa. 
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UN Resolution Demands Israel Disclose Nuclear Arsenal

The UN General Assembly voted overwhelmingly on Monday to approve a resolution calling on Israel to open up its nuclear weapons program to international inspectors and to end its refusal to join the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treary, or NPT. 
 The resolution passed with a 174-6 vote, and included 6 abstentions. Israel, the U.S., Canada, Marshall Islands, Micronesia and Palau were the "no" votes. Also included ...

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The Top Eight Energy Risks For 2013

What’s hot and what’s not for the energy world in 2013? With so many confusing headlines hitting your inboxes on a daily basis and the dreaded Christmas shopping to come, here’s an early tonic to focus into 2013.  A top eight ‘risks, rouses and rumblers’ for energy in 2013. Here goes: 1) Risk: MENA Unrest & Secession Struggles Hardly new I know, but no matter what any investment house tells you on bench ...

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Nuclear Christmas? False Flag In America To Blame On Iran

There are strong confirmations that one or more nuclear weapons, known to have been stolen but kept from the public to “prevent panic,” may well be deployed in American cities by extremist elements with probable ties to a foreign intelligence agency. This scenario was the basis of the television show “Jericho” several years ago. However, this time there are real culprits and real motivations, both the overt ...

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A World In Denial: Underestimating Japan’s Nuclear Disaster

cognitive dissonance - noun  - Mental conflict that occurs when beliefs or assumptions are contradicted by new information.... when confronted with challenging new information, most people seek to preserve their current understanding of the world by rejecting, explaining away, or avoiding the new information or by convincing themselves that no conflict really exists (1). "I see dead people.... Walking aroun ...

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Iran Thrilled Over Obama Re-Election

In his first news conference after re-election, President Obama said there was still time for a diplomatic solution on Iran’s nuclear program and that Iran could enjoy “peaceful nuclear power” if it meets international obligations. Diplomacy has failed and international sanctions, though having some effect, have not persuaded the radicals ruling Iran to stop their illicit nuclear program. The economic screw ...

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The Women Living In Chernobyl’s Toxic Wasteland

Outside Hanna Zavorotnya’s cottage in Chernobyl’s dead zone, a hulking, severed sow’s head bleeds into the snow, its gargantuan snout pointing to the sky in strange, smug defeat. The frigid December air feels charged with excitement as Hanna, (above) 78, zips between the outlying sheds wielding the seven-inch silver blade that she used to bring the pig to its end. 'Today I command the parade,’ she says, gri ...

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Hoax? Researcher Claims “Explosions” Witnessed at Fukushima Reactor

Irresponsible rumors disguise real danger of unit 4 meltdown Conspiracy websites are buzzing with claims that spent fuel pools at the Fukushima nuclear reactor have exploded, with radiation levels off the charts, although the story appears almost certainly to be a hoax. A post currently circulating on numerous websites quotes a “researcher” named Michael Eckstein who purportedly lives 50 miles from Fukushim ...

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Brain Controlled Robot Suit For Fukushima Engineers Created By Cyberdyne

Brainwave-controlled robot radiation suits could be used to protect engineers working in the disaster zone around the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant. Researchers in Japan showed of the latest incarnation of HAL - Hybrid Assistive Limb - a full-body suit that allows wearers to don heavy radiation protection without feeling the burden. HAL – coincidentally the name of the evil supercomputer in Stanley Kubri ...

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