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  • - (Subject: C5c) Why Don't We Try to Destroy Tropical Cyclones by Nuking Them?

    Subject: C5c) Why don't we try to destroy tropical cyclones by nuking them? Contributed by Chris Landsea During each hurricane season, there always appear suggestions that one should simply use nuclear weapons to try and destroy the storms. Apart from the fact that this might not even alter the storm, this approach neglects the problem that the released radioactive fallout would fairly quickly move with the tradewinds to affect land areas and cause devastating environmental problems. Needless to say, this is not a good idea. Now for a more rigorous scientific explanation of why this would not be an effective...
  • Public Information or Threat to Safety?

    10/24/2008 7:44:25 AM PDT · by Crapgame · 12 replies · 247+ views
    10/24/08 | crapgame
    Newspaper requests information on all public employees for publication.
  • Supreme Court whitewash? Justices ignoring law, facts in Vincent Foster photographs case

    12/11/2003 12:14:28 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 51 replies · 543+ views ^ | Thursday, December 11, 2003 | Joseph Farah
    Supreme Court whitewash? Posted: December 11, 20031:00 a.m. Eastern © 2003 The Associated Press story covering the Supreme Court hearing on requested release of Vincent Foster crime-scene photos read as follows: "Five government investigations concluded that White House attorney Vincent Foster's death in 1993 was a suicide." Not true. There haven't been five government investigations. In fact, there hasn't been even one real government investigation. Instead, there have been five cover-ups, all using the same tainted evidence and the same tainted investigators. Attorney Allan Favish believes the public may learn something from 10 unreleased police photos of Foster and has taken...
  • Press sues City of Sacramento! Outcome could effect all California citizen activists

    12/15/2002 6:36:58 PM PST · by comwatch · 17 replies · 276+ views
    Sacramento Bee, Sacramento Police Officers Assoc and Community Watch analysis ^ | Saturday/Sunday December 14th & 15th | Tony Bizjak -- Bee Staff Writer and follow-up by R.E. Graswich
    <p>A plea to our fellow California citizens, Freepers and our media friends in Talk Radio. This is more than a local issue!</p> <p>The devil is in the details with the Sacramento Bee's California Public Record Act (CPRA) demand on the City of Sacramento over Police Chief Venegas' retirement deal.  Since this email and group post seeks your direct support for the Bee to continue it's litigation in the Public's interest, allow me to repeat some key issues and the source documents for those who don't access to our various egroups or haven't visited these long standing issues for Community Watch and Sacramento citizens in seeking public documents.</p>