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  • Inside the Tiny House Movement where more and more Americans have rejected tradition for a simpler..

    08/05/2014 10:02:25 AM PDT · by C19fan · 110 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | August 5, 2014 | David McCormack
    Once upon a time an American family’s home was their castle and the bigger the better, but growing concerns about meeting mortgage payments and the environmental impact of large houses has helped fuel a new movement of people who are happy to live small. The Tiny House Movement is a growing group of people who are happy to downsize the space that they live in and enjoy simplified lives as a result. While the average American home is around 2600 square feet, the typical small or tiny house is around 100-400 square feet.
  • Tiny Solar Activity Changes Affect Earth's Climate

    01/17/2013 8:14:36 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 19 replies
    Space.com ^ | 1/17/13 | Charles Q. Choi
    Even small changes in solar activity can impact Earth's climate in significant and surprisingly complex ways, researchers say. The sun is a constant star when compared with many others in the galaxy. Some stars pulsate dramatically, varying wildly in size and brightness and even exploding. In comparison, the sun varies in the amount of light it emits by only 0.1 percent over the course of a relatively stable 11-year-long pattern known as the solar cycle. Still, "the light reaching the top of the Earth's atmosphere provides about 2,500 times as much energy as the total of all other sources combined,"...
  • War Evolves With Drones, Some Tiny as Bugs

    06/20/2011 3:33:25 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 21 replies
    NY Times ^ | 6/19/11 | Chang W. Lee
    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — Two miles from the cow pasture where the Wright Brothers learned to fly the first airplanes, military researchers are at work on another revolution in the air: shrinking unmanned drones, the kind that fire missiles into Pakistan and spy on insurgents in Afghanistan, to the size of insects and birds. The base’s indoor flight lab is called the “microaviary,” and for good reason. The drones in development here are designed to replicate the flight mechanics of moths, hawks and other inhabitants of the natural world. “We’re looking at how you hide in plain sight,”...
  • Tiny amounts of radiation reach Berkeley from Japan (Very Tiny!)

    03/31/2011 12:40:40 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 27 replies
    SFGate.com ^ | 3/31/11 | Lance Knobel - Bezerkely Blog
    Are you still concerned about radiation crossing the Pacific from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan, despite the steady stream of scientific advice that it poses no danger? Now you can check radiation readings from right here in Berkeley, thanks to the monitors that the Department of Nuclear Engineering has on the roof of Etcheverry Hall. A team of scientists working under Kai Vetter is testing air and water quality (from rainwater) every day.
  • Da Vinci Code? Tiny Numbers and Letters Found in Mona Lisa Painting

    12/13/2010 1:37:48 PM PST · by Nachum · 47 replies · 2+ views
    The Blaze ^ | 12/13/10 | Jonathon M. Seidl
    It appears Mona Lisa, who has been captivating people for centuries, just got much more interesting. Art detectives have discovered that one of the world’s most famous paintings contains small letters and numbers put there intentionally by Leonardo Da Vinci: Hidden in the dark paint of her pupils are tiny letters and numbers, placed there by the artist Leonardo da Vinci and revealed only now thanks to high-­magnification techniques. Experts say the barely distinguishable letters and numbers represent something of a real-life Da Vinci code. The revelation could have come straight from the pages of Dan Brown’s best-seller The Da...
  • No love for Michael Moore's latest

    11/15/2009 5:45:45 AM PST · by COUNTrecount · 22 replies · 1,440+ views
    Ny Post ^ | Nov.15, 2009
    <p>It's a little early to issue a death certificate for the career of Michael Moore -- but his latest film, "Capitalism: A Love Story," has grossed just $14 million in seven weeks of release.</p>
  • Pictured: The world's smallest working train set... it's the size of a fingernail

    10/25/2009 9:10:04 PM PDT · by bogusname · 37 replies · 1,773+ views
    Daily Mail ^ | 23rd October 2009 | Mail Foreign Service
    Measuring a tiny eighth of an inch by quarter of an inch, this carefully crafted piece of engineering is the world's smallest working train model. The five-carriage train, which is 35,200 times smaller than a real train, nips around an oval route even taking in a ride through a tunnel on its three-quarter inch track. Created by New Jersey train enthusiast David Smith, the miniscule model was built using nothing more fancy than a craft knife and a steady hand...
  • John McCain 2008 Launches New TV Ad: 'Tiny'

    08/27/2008 7:46:28 AM PDT · by flyfree · 20 replies · 298+ views
    ARLINGTON, Va., August 27 /Standard Newswire/ -- Today, U.S. Senator John McCain's presidential campaign released its latest television ad, entitled "Tiny." The ad highlights Barack Obama's belief that Iran "doesn't pose a serious threat" even though they support terrorism, are developing nuclear capabilities and repeatedly threaten to eliminate Israel. If Barack Obama doesn't consider those "serious threats" then he is dangerously unprepared to be president. The ad will air in key states. VIEW THE AD HERE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhH2q6h7_Ow Script For "Tiny" (TV :30) ANNCR: Iran. Radical Islamic government. Known sponsors of terrorism. Developing nuclear capabilities to "generate power" but threatening to...
  • Fall in tiny animals a 'disaster'

    07/13/2008 9:53:36 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 26 replies · 122+ views
    Experts on invertebrates have expressed "profound shock" over a government report showing a decline in zooplankton of more than 70% since the 1960s.The tiny animals are an important food for fish, mammals and crustaceans. Figures contained in the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) document, Marine Programme Plan, suggested a fall in abundance. Charity Buglife said it could be a "biodiversity disaster of enormous proportions". They said it could have implications for creatures all the way up the food chain, from sand eels to the seabirds, such as puffin, which feed on the fish. Defra described the Marine...
  • Man With Tiny Brain Shocks Doctors

    07/20/2007 3:05:49 PM PDT · by blam · 105 replies · 5,046+ views
    New Scientist ^ | 7-20-2007 | Lancet
    Man with tiny brain shocks doctors 12:17 20 July 2007 NewScientist.com news service New Scientist and Reuters The large black space shows the fluid that replaced much of the patient’s brain (left). For comparison, the images (right) show a typical brain without any abnormalities (Images: Feuillet et al./The Lancet) A man with an unusually tiny brain manages to live an entirely normal life despite his condition, which was caused by a fluid build-up in his skull. Scans of the 44-year-old man's brain showed that a huge fluid-filled chamber called a ventricle took up most of the room in his skull,...
  • Tiny Tablet Provides Proof For Old Testament

    07/10/2007 5:48:08 PM PDT · by blam · 145 replies · 4,640+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 7-10-2007 | Nigel Reynolds
    Tiny tablet provides proof for Old Testament By Nigel Reynolds, Arts Correspondent Last Updated: 7:33pm BST 10/07/2007 The sound of unbridled joy seldom breaks the quiet of the British Museum's great Arched Room, which holds its collection of 130,000 Assyrian cuneiform tablets, dating back 5,000 years. But Michael Jursa, a visiting professor from Vienna, let out such a cry last Thursday. He had made what has been called the most important find in Biblical archaeology for 100 years, a discovery that supports the view that the historical books of the Old Testament are based on fact. Searching for Babylonian financial...
  • Tiny Uncrewed Aircraft To Fly Into Hurricanes

    09/13/2006 11:17:02 AM PDT · by blam · 20 replies · 602+ views
    New Scientist ^ | 9-12-2006 | Jeff Hecht
    Tiny uncrewed aircraft to fly into hurricanes 20:05 12 September 2006 NewScientist.com news service Jeff Hecht The tiny aircraft weigh just 15 kilograms (33 pounds) or so and can be launched from atop a truck (Image: Aerosonde/NOAA)Related Articles Each aerosonde costs about $50,000 and can be reused, unless it drops into the sea (Image: Aerosonde/NOAA) A small uncrewed aircraft is set to fly through the fierce winds surrounding the eye of a hurricane to take the first continuous data on how such storms gain their strength, according to a plan by NASA and the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association....
  • Is tiny Heed the world's smallest cat?

    08/09/2006 11:14:03 AM PDT · by dynachrome · 56 replies · 11,316+ views
    www.dailymail.co.uk ^ | 8-9-06 | Daily Mail
  • Hi - I'm new here and like to post random items I receive in email, please don't ZOT me.

    06/10/2006 4:25:12 PM PDT · by concernedcitizenusa · 95 replies · 6,860+ views
    snopes ^ | 6-10-2006 | ConcernedCitizenUSA
    THESE ARE THE SENATORS WHO VOTED TO GIVE SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS TO ILLEGAL ALIENS REGARDLESS OF POLITICAL PARTY, THESE POLITICIANS NEED TO BE DEFEATED IN 2006, 2008 OR 2010, WHENEVER THEY NEXT COME UP FOR OFFICE. SEND THIS TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW; THE ENTIRE POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES NEEDS TO KNOW THIS INFORMATION -- THAT IS, UNLESS THEY DO NOT MIND SHARING THEIR SOCIAL SECURITY WITH FOREIGN WORKERS WHO NEVER PAID INTO IT AND AMERICAN CITIZENS ARE BEING LEFT OUT. Grouped by Home State Alabama: Alaska: Stevens (R-AK), Yea Arizona: McCain (R-AZ), Yea Arkansas: Lincoln (D-AR), Yea Pryor (D-AR),...
  • Malvo and the War Debate (ZOT!!! Why not to go off antipsychotic meds without a doctor’s guidance)

    05/29/2006 6:48:25 AM PDT · by DanPride · 80 replies · 4,217+ views
    Me | Today | Dan Pride
    I am curious why none of the media covers the most important aspect of the Malvo shootings. If you look at Newspapers on the dates when the shootings are underway you discover something I find quite interesting. The shootings begin to dominate the news the day before the debate on the Iraq war starts and they catch them the day after the declaration of war??? If you ask most people "do you remember the debate about starting the second Iraq war", they will all answer "yes of course". But if you followup with the question "name one point in the...
  • What is a FReeper? (zot)

    05/30/2006 12:41:24 PM PDT · by Uddercha0s · 183 replies · 7,024+ views
    5/30/06 | Uddercha0s
    I recently received a reply to a post that stated: "This should be beneath a "freeper". Sad." So I asked.. what is it that makes a FReeper? My reply (and I will admit was tasteless) was also questioning. It stirred controversy and was removed? Why Moderators? Can you not tell me? Did it not meet with your "FReeper" mentality? According to all posted guidelines it should be listed but no, you chose to delete it. Yes.. I'm the first one IBTZ, I'm sure you'll nick me for speaking up..
  • Serbia accepts Montenegro result (Montenegro independent)

    05/23/2006 8:06:27 PM PDT · by Jedi Master Pikachu · 11 replies · 578+ views
    BBC ^ | May 23, 2006
    Serbia accepts Montenegro result Serbia President Boris Tadic Boris Tadic said Serbia would always be a friend of Montenegro Serbian President Boris Tadic has recognised the results of Montenegro's vote for independence, in the first official response from Serbia. "I accept the preliminary results reached by the referendum commission," Mr Tadic told a news conference. Official results of Sunday's referendum in Montenegro put the pro-independence votes at 55.5% - just half a percentage point above the threshold for victory. But a demand by pro-Serbian unionist parties for a recount was rejected. "As you know, I was in favour of maintaining...
  • Women Buying Creams Made Of Tiny Particles 'Used As Guinea Pigs'

    05/04/2006 6:27:15 PM PDT · by blam · 25 replies · 963+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 5-5-2006 | Nic Fleming
    Women buying creams made of tiny particles 'used as guinea pigs' By Nic Fleming, Science Correspondent (Filed: 05/05/2006) Consumers who use a new generation of cosmetics are being used as "guinea pigs", scientists said yesterday. Researchers called for the tightening of testing procedures governing face and sun creams, dietary supplements and other products that harness the special properties of tiny particles of matter, known as nanotechnology. Some of the beauty products which make use of nanotechnology About 100 people in Germany suffered health problems at the end of March after using a bathroom sealant called Magic Nano. Nanotechnology involves working...
  • America Supports You: Tiny Flag Offers Deployed Soldier Reminder of U.S. Support

    05/04/2006 5:45:32 PM PDT · by SandRat · 3 replies · 652+ views
    UDAIRI RANGE, Kuwait, May 4, 2006 – For 20-year-old Army Pfc. Michael Torres, deployed here from Baumholder, Germany, a constant reminder that the American people are behind him comes in the form of a tiny folded U.S. flag he keeps in his pocket wherever he goes. Army Pfc. Michael Torres, deployed from Germany to Kuwait in support of the global war on terror, displays a tiny folded flag sent by VFW Ladies Auxiliary 7581, in Wayland, Mich., that he said gives him daily inspiration that the American people are behind him. Photo by Donna Miles  (Click photo for screen-resolution image);high-resolution...
  • ZOT this Fashist!

    02/08/2006 12:53:07 PM PST · by fingerlakestennesee · 197 replies · 7,796+ views
    LIVE FREE FROM FASHISTS!
    In this war freedom should come first not after! In New Hampshire the Motto is Live free or Die! I don't need Bush spying on law abiding americans and taking our freedoms. Anyone who surrenders a square inch of freedom to the government in the name of saftey is a traitor and should be treated like one! Let the Bush Fashists all drop dead! Filthy Commys! LET FREEDOM RING!
  • A special message from the Department of Troll Control, come and get it!

    01/12/2006 8:39:35 AM PST · by dhls · 6,335 replies · 37,707+ views
    Department of Troll Control | Another Ignorant Troll
    Fellow Americans, there comes a time every mans life when we must give up ourselves before we are worthy to recieve. There comes a time in this war on terror when in order to protect liberty, we have to give it up in the mean time for safty. That's right folks. Today, Americans have forsaken the creator for the creation and have decided that they would value our "civil liberties" than protecting western civilization and rich white people from the tender mercies of radical Islamic terrorists. Selfish liberals insist and whine that Bush has no right to spy on Americans...
  • Bye-bye Delay! So long crooks! Goodbye world, I'm gone by ZOT!

    01/08/2006 6:43:32 PM PST · by SoLongCrooks · 317 replies · 9,527+ views
    Yaa, you repukes are not doing so well, huh? Imagine, you repukes control the presidency, both houses of Congress, and appointed 7 of the 9 Supreme Court justices. Yet the Supreme Court thre out sodomy laws in all 50 states and recognized the right of government to seize land for any reason. And you couldn't pass your Social Security changes could you? Sorry, that was your last shot. Come November, we're going to start seeing more Democratic faces in the House. It's the end for you guys. You guys are celebrating when Bush's numbers go *up* to 45%. Then Faux...
  • Bush's Job Growth WORST in 50 Years (Roll out the red carpet for this “staunch Bush supporter.”)

    01/03/2006 8:29:33 AM PST · by intruder alert · 344 replies · 12,727+ views
    bopnews ^ | Hale Stewart
    Bush’s giant Right Wing Noise Machine (RWNM) loves to preach about the Bush economic miracle. In fact, the RWNM’s current thinking is Bush doesn’t spend enough time talking about his economic triumphs. If only he did, then everyone would fall in line and believe in the great Bush economic miracle. There is one problem with this argument: it’s a lie. Any way you look at the Bush economy, it comes up short. Today, I want to compare Bush’s job creation record with other economic recoveries. As usual, Bush comes up way short. The national Bureau of Economic Research has identified...
  • Seriously, Why Don't You Trolls Try Something Original?

    01/01/2006 9:27:23 AM PST · by inquisitive · 171 replies · 7,753+ views
    Why does anybody support George w Bush as President? He is clearly the worst President I have ever seen -- a complete disaster. And before you say anything, I have been a registered Republican for 25 years.
  • SICK OF PEOPLE IMPOSING THEIR RELIGOUS BELIEFS ON OTHERS

    12/27/2005 10:42:05 AM PST · by proud republican woman · 569 replies · 16,623+ views
    Freeper | December 27, 2005 | Proud Republican Woman, zotted by Archpriestess Helga, Church of the Viking Kittens
    After reading all of the crap that people have been saying regarding Adult Private Social Clubs, I felt that I had to post an article and give my opinion. I am sick and tired of all the religous groups that are saying that there are drugs, prostitution, minors, non-consenting people, and just immoral people at these clubs! First of all, who do these people think they are to decide what is morally right or wrong for me? I believe that I have a good set of morals. I am a law abiding, tax paying citizen, I work full time and...
  • ZOT! Censorship alleged

    12/17/2005 5:27:56 AM PST · by Dances With Fascists · 337 replies · 7,870+ views
    Censored News & Ideas ^ | 9/11/04 | unknown
    Lies of omission about 9/11 -- stoking fears of terrorism THEY WANT YOU TO BE AFRAID The following post was censored by freerepublic.com shortly after it was posted on their "public" forum on 9/11/04. That forum is designed to appear as though it is a community forum open to all, but this post only received three responses before it and its replies were deleted, and a repeat posting at 4 am PST on 9/20/04 didn't stay online for 5 minutes! Someone is apparently watching closely over the content of the freerepublic.com forums and censoring them 24/7 (though they might have...
  • Something Every Zottee Should Realize

    11/17/2005 6:15:41 AM PST · by Turkey Day · 270 replies · 7,570+ views
    <p>You people are jerks. Not likeable jerks either, but the kind folks would like to smack in the back of the head with a shovel. Think Judge Snells from Caddyshack or Neidermier from Animal House.</p> <p>I know this probably comes as a shock to you, but if you do some serious soul searching, you'll realize that I am right.</p>
  • Saving tiny delta fish carries heavy price tag, report says

    10/19/2005 6:37:51 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 15 replies · 577+ views
    ap on Bakersfield Californian ^ | 10/19/05 | Don Thompson - ap
    SACRAMENTO (AP) - Saving the endangered delta smelt, a tiny fish considered a key indicator of the health of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, could cost hundreds of millions of dollars, according to a report to be released Thursday. The price tag includes projects that also could aid other troubled species and the overall ecology of the delta, which provides drinking water to more than 70 percent of Californians. This summer, scientists said the delta smelt population had fallen to its lowest level since scientific measurements began in 1959. Three other bellwether fish populations also are at record or near-record...
  • Animals in the aftermath (Animal Lover Alert)

    09/07/2005 7:36:05 PM PDT · by SandRat · 28 replies · 803+ views
    Air Force Links ^ | Sep 7, 2005 | Master Sgt. Orville F. Desjarlais Jr.
    LOUIS ARMSTRONG NEW ORLEANS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, La. -- When David Cook’s resolve crumbled after a week of surviving in his third-floor apartment amid Hurricane Katrina floodwaters, he searched for help that arrived too quickly. After Mr. Cook endured Katrina’s wrath Aug. 29, he said his two “hardheaded” roommates talked him into staying put another seven days despite the damage to their room. “The smell started to get to me,” Mr. Cook said about the 7 feet of floodwater that filled up the first floor of his complex. Fortunately he had access to a boat, so he loaded up himself and...
  • Baby Hummingbird Birth

    09/20/2005 11:35:18 AM PDT · by serpentineshel · 37 replies · 4,620+ views
    I was sent the following amazing pictures by my sister in law because of my obsession with hummingbirds. There are 5 pages of pictures to go through and the last picture will put things in perspective for you. http://community-2.webtv.net/Velpics/HUM/
  • Tiny Crawford Braces for Dueling Protests (UPDATE)

    08/27/2005 3:25:05 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 32 replies · 1,065+ views
    AP - Yahoo ^ | 8/27/05 | Angela K. Brown - AP
    CRAWFORD, Texas - Several thousand people descended on President Bush's adopted hometown Saturday, most in a cross-country caravan for a pro-Bush rally and others to support an anti-war demonstration led by grieving mother Cindy Sheehan. Bush supporters gathered for an event marking the culmination of the "You don't speak for me, Cindy!" tour, which started last week in California. The crowd of about 1,500 chanted, "Cindy, go home!" "You are giving hope and encouragement to the enemies of America," said former California Assemblyman Howard Kaloogian, a Republican who co-founded the group that coordinated the rally. Meanwhile, busloads of war protesters...
  • Just a handfull of men... stated by Sen. John McCain

    07/14/2005 10:40:35 PM PDT · by joessoft · 1 replies · 578+ views
    John McCain senate hearings | Today | Joe
    http://soft-vision.com/only/ ( either join so you can post or when you get to the login screen click on : back to blog. ) Former PoW's from both sides of the issue are encouraged to post their view. But note, to say NO ONE was left behind is ludacrist ( what ever) and unproveable, yet below, in Sen. McCain's own words he admits ... just a "tiny hand full".. well I feel as a majority do, ONE is to many to leave, ONE is a father, a brother, an uncle and on and on.. who should have the right to the...
  • Tiny devices to eradicate poverty? (nanotechnology is coming)

    04/14/2005 7:37:43 AM PDT · by bedolido · 18 replies · 693+ views
    Al Jazeera ^ | 04/13/2005 | (Reuters)
    Futuristic microscopic devices may be able to store energy, raise farm output and purify water to help the world reach 2015 goals of curbing poverty. According to scientists at the University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics (JBC), nanotechnology - the design and use of molecule-sized devices - is also likely to have wide uses in diagnosing disease and cutting air pollution. "This is the most educated of educated guesses," JCB director Peter Singer said of the most likely applications for nanotechnology in 10 years, predicted in the JCB poll of 63 experts from around the world.
  • Communism and human nature (Bolshie Mod sez, Arise ye kittens of the earth!)

    04/05/2005 10:50:57 AM PDT · by Sammy sam · 153 replies · 8,234+ views
    Many argue that communism will never be possible because of "human nature". The essence of this false argument is the belief that a communist society would consist of an all-powerful central government that would tell everybody what to do--and would therefore undermine the creative initiative of individuals and the search for happiness. • This argument is based on two false assumptions: (1) It assumes that a communist society will look like the former Soviet Union, or the current China, North Korea, etc (ie: corrupt police states with a feudal-style ruling class) (2) It assumes that people will only work in...
  • Why Want Bush Do Something about the cost of gas? (ZOT!!! He awaits orders from Juwish Modz.)

    03/23/2005 4:07:55 PM PST · by John Zell · 175 replies · 8,487+ views
    Gas costs so much. I cant afford it. Why want Bush do something? Don't say he can't. His daddy or his handlers could be on the phone in 2 minutes with the Rothchilds and by 1 week, oil prices would be under $20 and gas would be 1 dollar a gallon. You know it and I know it. Why want he? Do you know? Is there sombody we can call? Plaese advice.
  • Invisible Tiny UFO Caught on Chemical-Imaging Camera

    02/16/2005 1:22:41 AM PST · by Dallas59 · 55 replies · 2,501+ views
    India Daily ^ | 2/16/05 | Staff Reporter
    In India’s one of the premiere research and development laboratories, an interesting project reached its testing schedule. A chemical-imaging camera that is capable of capturing the chemical composition and distribution of a sample in seconds was unleashed. The scientists were testing the camera in different sample parts. A camera that could quickly pick up a specific chemical signature and generate a three-dimensional data cube of spectral, spatial, and intensity information helped the scientist analyze objects and its chemical composition. A traditional cooled Infra Red (IR) camera was also used to take the photo of the same object. IR camera recognizes...
  • I'm so stupid, I signed up and got the Zot.

    12/21/2004 12:25:42 PM PST · by hk409 · 36,140 replies · 219,508+ views
  • Today is Tom Daschle's Birthday

    12/09/2004 12:35:06 AM PST · by LdSentinal · 43 replies · 1,585+ views
    12/9/04
    Born on December 9, 1947. Birthday wishes, comments, and gloating welcomed . . .
  • Checks stop coming for Palestinians on Saddam's payroll

    04/16/2003 2:49:20 AM PDT · by listenhillary · 45 replies · 313+ views
    SPECIAL TO WORLD TRIBUNE.COM ^ | Tuesday, April 15, 2003 | Staff
    SPECIAL TO WORLD TRIBUNE.COM Tuesday, April 15, 2003 GAZA CITY — Palestinian agents for deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein have run out of money. Palestinian sources said thousands of Palestinians working for the Saddam regime have not been paid salaries for March, Middle East Newsline reported. The sources said they include Palestinians who helped organize pro-Saddam demonstrations in the West Bank and Gaza Strip during the U.S.-led war in Iraq. "A lot of people are not going to have money to pay their bills this month," a Palestinian source said. Until the halt in funding, Iraq was pumping more than...
  • Nancy Grace on CNN: No evidence of salt water on Scott Peterson's boat!

    02/13/2003 6:39:49 PM PST · by Partisan Hack · 196 replies · 1,623+ views
    CNN | CNN
    This is huge. It means that Scott's boat was NEVER LAUNCHED.
  • Robot to go back to Great Pyramid!

    11/28/2002 7:31:37 AM PST · by vannrox · 13 replies · 455+ views
    The Egyptian State Information Bureau ^ | November 23, 2002 | Editorial Staff
    November 23, 2002 Robot back to Great Pyramid     Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Dr. Zahi Hawas said the Robot, Pyramid Rover, will return to the Great Pyramid of Cheops after Eidul Fitr to continue the endeavours to unravel the mystery of the pyramid.     “The Robot will enter the Northern hole in the pyramid, as it entered the southern one earlier,” said Hawas.     Another door is expected to be uncovered, Hawas said, to protect the burial chambers and funeral furniture of the king.     Co-studies are conducted with the U.S. side to explain the...
  • Iowa man hoping to moooove into tiny cow business

    06/21/2002 12:07:17 PM PDT · by vannrox · 31 replies · 744+ views
    The Nando Times ^ | FR Post 6-21-02 | AP
    Iowa man hoping to moooove into tiny cow business   The Associated Press ROCKWELL, Iowa (June 17, 2002 10:09 a.m. EDT) - Dustin Pillard is betting his farm on compact cows. Pillard has 50 tiny cows on his northern Iowa farm, all about 3 feet tall. He's hoping they'll catch on as pets, and so far inquiries have come in from as far as Europe, Mexico and Argentina. "I like them," said Pillard, 30. "If nobody else does, that doesn't really bother me. We're breeding just for the novelty end of it." The smallest full-grown animal is a 3-year-old...