2012 May News Archive Seekers of the Truth
May 31, 2012
The rule of law is rapidly breaking down at the top levels of our government. As officers of the court, we have sworn to “support the Constitution,” which clearly implies an affirmative commitment on our part.
Secret ‘Kill List’ Proves a Test of Obama’s Principles and Will.
Killing Innocent Civilians as part of a US Covert Op. Mobilizing Public Support for a R2P War against Syria.
The dogs can find all sorts of sulphide ore, whether it is zinc, copper or nickel.
"Maxed out on the medications" is how Bill Ezzell describes his struggle with blood pressure. It's dangerously high even though the North Carolina man swallows six different drugs a day.
British Columbia is the place to be if you’re hoping to outlive the rest of the country.
Orange juice maker Tropicana markets its brand as fresh from the grove, but a series of lawsuits nationwide claim the company's juice is so heavily processed it shouldn't be called "natural."
At the Group of 8 (G8) meetings this past weekend, President Obama and the leaders of the rest of the world's richest nations abandoned their governments' previous commitments to donate $7.3 billion a year to end hunger in Africa.
Canada's Environment Minister Peter Kent and Finance Minister Jim Flaherty presented the proposed study area for what is slated to be called the Rouge National Urban Park during a meeting with members of the Aboriginal community, community partners, and stakeholders Friday.
The last Soviet mission to the moon, Luna-24, returned to Earth with water-rich rocks from beneath the lunar surface. But the West ignored the result.
Chemical Exposure Raises Descendants' Sensitivity to Stress.
The sale of any cup or bottle of sweetened drink larger than 16 fluid ounces — about the size of a medium coffee, and smaller than a common soda bottle — would be prohibited under the first-in-the-nation plan, which could take effect as soon as next March.
May 29, 2012
The sun and moon will align over the earth in a rare astronomical event on Sunday - an annular eclipse that will dim the skies over parts of Asia and North America, briefly turning the sun into a blazing ring of fire.
Robot "fish" developed by European scientists to improve pollution monitoring moved from the lab to the sea in a test at the northern Spanish port of Gijon on Tuesday.
Scientists are turning to genetic testing to see if they can prove the existence of the elusive hairy humanoid known across the world as bigfoot, yeti and sasquatch.
A U.S. animal rights group hopes to save a herd of genetically modified pigs from early deaths after funding dried up for a Canadian research project that has stoked controversy about altering animal genes to produce food.
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