In watching this video I see a couple things that strike me as odd. For being in the ocean for a year the wing part seems cleaner than most things that have been in the ocean for a year. Also the bottle looks like it just came off a store shelf and not like it has been floating in the ocean for a year.
Local workers on a Reunion Island beach in the Indian Ocean found more debris– including a bottle of laundry detergent from Jakarta, Indonesia Friday– which could be further evidence of wreckage believed to be from missing Malyasia Airlines Flight MH370.
A Malaysian official and aviation experts said Thursday that a sea-encrusted section of a plane wing found washed up on Reunion Wednesday is almost certainly part of the Boeing 777, potentially the biggest breakthrough in the search for the missing jet. Continue reading
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An Ebola vaccine developed by the Public Health Agency of Canada and tested in Guinea has turned out to be almost 100 percent effective, the World Health Organization said Friday, citing the British medical journal The Lancet.
The researchers used the newly-developed Ebola shot in so-called ring vaccination, the method that helped eradicate smallpox in the past. It is based on vaccination of all people who came into contact with an infected person, creating a so-called “protective ring” that prevents the disease from spreading. Continue reading
Salem, Oregon –-(Ammoland.com)- On Tuesday, with very little fanfare or attention, the City Council of McMinnville, Oregon unanimously passed a pointless and unenforceable ban on loaded carry.
In an email to OFF, the McMinnville City Attorney said “We discussed that our police officers could not walk up to someone openly carrying and demand that they show whether the gun was loaded or not unless there were (sic) probable cause. We discussed that, if someone wanted to, s/he could simply keep walking and not engage with an officer at all.” Continue reading
A town hall meeting in Ferguson, Missouri suddenly turned violent Thursday evening as police clashed with protesters and Mayor James Knowles quickly departed the scene. Several people were arrested, according to witnesses and local media.
Details are fuzzy, but the incident at the town hall began with protesters gathering outside and calling for Mayor Knowles to resign. Knowles, who has resisted calls for his job, has faced heavy criticism from many in the community ever since the officer-involved killing of 18-year-old African-American Michael Brown last year. Continue reading
“…the [CDC] co-authors scheduled a meeting to destroy documents related to the [MMR vaccine] study. The remaining four co-authors all met and brought a big garbage can into the meeting room and reviewed and went through all the hard copy documents that we had thought we should discard and put them in a huge garbage can.” (William Thompson, CDC researcher)
On July 29, US Congressman Bill Posey made his last stand on the floor of the House. Granted five minutes to speak, he laid bare the lying of the CDC in a now-famous 2004 study that exonerated the MMR vaccine and claimed it had no connection to autism. Continue reading
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Reuters – by TIMOTHY GARDNER AND VALERIE VOLCOVICI
The U.S. Senate Energy Committee on Thursday narrowly passed a bill to lift a 40-year-old ban on the export of crude oil, but the measure faces an uphill battle in getting passed by the full Senate.
The bill to allow the United States to export oil and boost state revenue-sharing for offshore oil and gas drilling passed along party lines by a vote of 12-10. Continue reading
Breitbart – by Katie McHugh
Democratic Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) used his time testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday to furiously denounce the Center for Immigration Studies’ Jessica Vaughan, after she turned his dismissal of Kathryn Steinle’s murder as “a little thing” against him.
Vaughan, Director of Policy Studies, testified about the dangers sanctuary policies pose to Americans when local jurisdictions refuse to hand over illegal aliens to immigration authorities, or even detain them. Continue reading
Natural News – by Jennifer Lea Reynolds
In an effort to help “purpose-driven consumers,” or those who are mindful about healthy eating habits and improving the environment, a new technique has been developed that’s likely music to their ears. Called “superchilling,” it’s a method that allows food to stay as fresh as possible – in the case of salmon, for upwards of an entire month – without the need for harsh, unhealthy chemicals.
This unconventional method, which involves cooling food almost to the point of freezing without actually freezing it, promises to maintain quality and freshness much longer that the cheaper, faster methods typically used by supermarkets. Specifically, superchilling would involve cooling the salmon to about -2.5 degrees Celsius, which is just below the temperature the food starts to freeze. However, it’s not fully frozen, therefore negating the need for thawing while maintaining long levels of freshness. Continue reading
Natural News – by JD Heyes
In the latest attempt by the new totalitarians of the Left, a political scientist and former professor says in a recently published article that the U.S. Constitution ought to be censored in order to conceal original text he finds offensive.
“South Carolina’s battle flag may soon come down from the capitol flagpole, but other symbols of the Confederacy’s ideology remain in place,” writes former University of Maryland professor Henry Bain in an editorial that was placed in a number of publications around the country. “For example, consider the U. S. Constitution.” Continue reading
A federal judge has rejected a legal challenge from a Guantanamo Bay inmate who said his continued imprisonment was unlawful since President Barack Obama had declared an end to the war in Afghanistan. The detainee has been held for 13 years.
The challenge brought by lawyers for detainee Muktar Yahya Najee al-Warafi said the Obama administration’s statement that the war in Afghanistan had come to an end made their client’s detention unlawful under the Authorization for the Use of Military Force of 2001. The authorization provides legal justification for imprisoning foreign fighters captured overseas. Continue reading
Washington Examiner – by Paul Bedard
The administration’s program to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival program has given the green light to 664,607 since 2012, including several linked to fraud, terrorism and gangs, according to the U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services agency. Continue reading
The Guardian – by Abigail Fielding-Smith, Crofton Black, Alice Ross and James Ball
The overstretched US military has hired hundreds of private-sector contractors to the heart of its drone operations to analyse top-secret video feeds and help track suspected terrorist leaders, an investigation has found.
Contracts unearthed by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism reveal a secretive industry worth hundreds of millions of dollars, placing a corporate workforce alongside uniformed personnel analysing intelligence from areas of interest. Continue reading
A suspected “price tag,” or retaliation, arson attack by right-wing Jewish settlers killed an 18-month-old Palestinian child in a house in the occupied West Bank and injured several other people, according to Israeli police.
The toddler died in a house fire which broke out in a village of Kafr Duma near the West Bank city of Nablus, Reuters reports. Continue reading
Western Journalism – by Susan Stamper Brown
President Obama told the BBC he’s “stymied” because he’s not gotten his way regarding gun control –yet. So, apparently we should just relinquish our guns during a Second Amendment burning ceremony on the National Lawn.
Obama’s upset more Americans don’t agree with his definition of “common sense” gun control. If Pew Research is correct, a majority of us lean more toward Lt. Col. Allen West’s “index finger” definition whereby individuals should be trusted to call the shots. Pew says the majority of Americans still support gun rights. Continue reading