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Dahr Jamail – Navy Admits to Having Released Chemicals Known to Injure Infants’ Brains

For decades, the US Navy, by its own admission, has been conducting war game exercises in US waters using bombs, missiles, sonobuoys (sonar buoys), high explosives, bullets and other materials that contain toxic chemicals — including lead and mercury — that are harmful to both humans and wildlife. The Navy’s 2015 Northwest Training and Testing environmental impact statement(EIS) states that …

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Kevin Ryan – Investigating 9/11 and Naming Suspects

When people ask me what more can be done to achieve 9/11 truth and justice, I tell them to spend less time calling for a new investigation and more time investigating. Even without subpoena power, independent investigators can make a lot of progress. To help with that effort, here are three steps for an independent investigation and an objective way …

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Bill Holter – Unsettled Markets and “Financial Exhaustion”: What Happens when you Raise Interest Rates on a Wobbly Creditor System?

Doom and gloom “porn”, this is the new troll term to describe the realities being described by those who use math and pure logic to derive conclusions.  What other conclusions can one come to than “it’s been a great ride but it’s nearly over”?  We are only a week away from the Fed meeting where interest rates may come off …

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William Hawes – The Myth of Modernity: Contemporary Prophets, Ecosystem Degradation, And The Looming Global Depression

“Did you hear it? It is the sound of your world collapsing. It is that of ours resurging. The day that was the day, was night. And night will be the day that will be the day.” –Zapatista communiqué, Dec. 21st, 2012. The summer of 2015 is turning more and more into a chaotic environment around the globe. In the …

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Tyler Durden – Chinese Air Pollution Kills 4,000 People Each Day (And Why It WillKill Many More)

Every quasi-mushroom cloud has a silver lining. That was our cynical conclusion yesterday when we noticed that as part of China’s tragic Tianjin mega-explosion, thousands of channel-stuffed cars parked at the Chinese port which likely would have quietly rusted away into the epic nothingness of China’s unprecedented excess capacity of pretty much everything, were destroyed, thereby one-time reducing at least …

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Our Nuke is Burning! – KARL GROSSMAN

In 1976, Robert Pollard, a rarity among U.S. government nuclear officials—honest and safety-committed—said of the Indian Point nuclear power station that it was “an accident waiting to happen.” Pollard had been project manager at Indian Point for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) from which he resigned at that time charging the NRC “suppresses the existence of unresolved safety questions …

The Demolition of Workers’ Comp

Over the past decade, states have slashed workers’ compensation benefits, denying injured workers help when they need it most and shifting the costs of workplace accidents to taxpayers. Michael Grabell and Howard Berkes Dennis Whedbee’s crew was rushing to prepare an oil well for pumping on the Sweet Grass Woman lease site, a speck of dusty plains rich with crude in …