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Salem-News.com (Apr-11-2014 14:16)

Looking Back at Last Year`s Meteor Over Siberia

Again, the scientists focus on the resistance of the atmosphere and pressure while completely ignoring the fact that the meteor is passing through the magnetic field current of the Earth at high speed.

(SAN DIEGO) - Tempel Alive with Light. The meteor that “exploded” in a brilliant flash in Siberia on Feb. 15, 2013 offers important clues to meteors and comets if it is viewed in proper pragmatic context. Unfortunately the importance of this flash is ignored or unnoticed, as were these other reports.

NASA Flight Director said the Vega spacecraft was “Zapped by an electrical charge” when the International Cometary Explorer “zipped right through the Giacobini-Zinner Comet tail” in 1985.

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Salem-News.com (Apr-11-2014 11:17)

A Voice of Sanity About Childhood Vaccines from a Respected Nephrologist

It is ironic, but telling, to note that a few years ago there was a $10,000 award offered to any physician who would be willing to swallow the contents of what they freely inject into their unsuspecting patients.

(DULUTH, MN) - Childhood vaccine To my medical colleagues, BigPharma sceptics and others truly concerned with public health issues and the accelerating sickening of America:

In the following link, Dr. Suzanne Humphries talks about vaccines in a 10 minute videointerview justifiably, with science backing her up (and directly refuting what those corporate entities who have immense wealth and power), claiming that there has never been a safe vaccine.

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Salem-News.com (Apr-10-2014 14:55)

Aerojet Rocketdyne Propulsion Supported United Launch

Alliance Successful Atlas V Mission for the National Reconnaissance Office

(SACRAMENTO) - Aerojet Rocketdyne Aerojet Rocketdyne, a GenCorp (NYSE:GY) company, played a significant role in successfully launching a national security payload into orbit for the U.S. government.

The mission was launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida aboard a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket, with an Aerojet Rocketdyne RL10A-4-2 upper-stage engine, four AJ60 solid rocket boosters, five helium pressurization tanks and a dozen Centaur upper-stage thrusters used for roll, pitch, yaw and settling burns.

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Salem-News.com (Apr-03-2014 13:44)

Gettysburg College visiting Professor Leads Dog Barking Research

For the study, Gettysburgians first recorded barks from small, medium, and large dogs. The collected barks will now be played back to local dogs participating in the research to see how the pooches react to the barks.

(GETTYSBURG, Pa.) - Gettysburg College Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Kathryn Lord Dogs--they're loyal, loving, and always there to lend an ear when you need it most. But when it comes to understanding their vocalizations--let's just say it can get lost in translation.

Man's best friend seemingly barks at everything--from the television, to the neighbors, to ladybugs on the windowsill--so what does it mean?

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Salem-News.com (Mar-31-2014 01:36)

Enrollment of the First Patient in the MF 1001 Glioblastoma Study at the Muenster University Clinic

The new MF 1001 glioblastoma study is designed to validate the results generated with NanoTherm(R) therapy to date by means of a direct comparison with established radiotherapy in a large patient population.

(BERLIN ) - brain cancer MagForce AG (Frankfurt, Xetra: MF6), a leading medical technology company in the area of nanotechnology which focuses on oncology, today announced the enrollment of the first patient in the MF 1001 clinical study.

MF 1001 is an open-label, randomized, controlled clinical trial assessing the efficacy and safety of NanoTherm(R) therapy as monotherapy and in combination with radiotherapy compared to radiotherapy alone in glioblastoma patients at first relapse.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-25-2014 00:04)

Fire in the Sky

The scientists are still obsessed with gravity and heat generated by gravitational flexing.

(SAN DIEGO) - Fire in the Sky The obstinate rejection of my electromagnetic concept is apparently over but the continued stubborn adherence to old beliefs is hindering the explanation of many remaining mysteries.

For instance, in the Jan. 5, 2014 program “Fire in the Sky”, the narrator said: “Magnetism is nature’s most mysterious force. Only now are we beginning to understand how it shapes the cosmos. Mega-flares make magnetism visible. It shines a light on the incredible power of magnetic fields; fields that play a fundamental role in the universe...”

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Salem-News.com (Mar-09-2014 18:08)

Riddles of the Universe

The problem is that the theorists have defined a photon as a particle instead of a wave length of electromagnetic energy.

(SAN DIEGO) - Riddles of the Universe On Feb. 12, 2014 the Science Channel broadcast a program titled “Riddles of the Universe.” The program addresses the failure of scientists to understand the relationship between quantum physics and relativity as well as dark energy and dark matter. So they have added to the confusion by resorting to the invention of a chameleon representing dark energy in an attempt to explain dark energy.

Their depiction of the chameleon and that of the other 4 forces shown on the program is very bizarre.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-20-2014 11:41)

New Study: `Remarkable` Deterioration in Memory Functions of Seniors Infected by Common Parasite Found in Free-roaming Cats

The connection with cats—the sole, definitive host of this parasite—is unquestionable.

(WASHINGTON, DC) - T. gondii A new study just published in the scientific journal Brain, Behavior, and Immunity documents what scientists describe as “remarkable” working memory performance reductions in seniors 65 and older that test positive for infection by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii.

The parasite is believed to infect about one-third of the world’s population.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-20-2014 10:11)

Europe`s Seas: A Valuable Asset that Must be Used Sustainably

In the last 25 years, sea surface temperatures have increased approximately 10 times faster than in other similar periods during the previous century or beyond.

(COPENHAGEN) - octupus in European sea Many of Europe’s marine species, habitats and ecosystems have been under threat for decades.

As maritime economic activities are predicted to increase in coming years, a new briefing from the European Environment Agency (EEA) argues that the cumulative impact of human activity should be better managed to avoid irreversible damage to ecosystems.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-17-2014 22:22)

Oregon Researchers Say Ancient Herring Catch Nets Fisheries Weakness

"This research by Drs. McKechnie and Moss furthers our understanding of the evolution of coastal ecology and may lead to improved management of forage fisheries in the future." - Kimberly Andrews Espy, UO Graduate School

(EUGENE) - Iain McKechnie and Madonna L. Moss Archaeological data from 171 sites in southeast Alaska, British Columbia and Washington indicate that management efforts along the Pacific Coast need to take a longer view into the past to better protect fisheries for the future.

That is a key conclusion of a multi-institutional study appearing online this week ahead of regular publication in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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