2012 July News Archive Seekers of the Truth
July 31, 2012
Four girls from Harvard created a technology that could change the game for energy.
Just how much water is your home wasting per day?
On Saturday, August 4, take to your local beach to say no to dirty fossil fuels.
Canada's crime rate dropped six percent last year to its lowest level since 1972, according to police statistics released Tuesday.
Three days after the shooting in Aurora, the City of Houston released this Department of Homeland Security-funded instructional video on surviving mass shootings at work.
Mars dominates the search for extraterrestrial life in our solar system, but a growing number of scientists believe Enceladus, an icy moon of Saturn, is a much better bet.
Skeletal remains of various bodies throughout parts of Peru suggest a non-human life form.
NASA’s live feed captured a UFO out of the window of the International Space Station on July 27, 2012.
The Affordable Care Act is making it easier for women to do that by making health care more accessible and affordable for millions of American women and families.
In Florida, a huge swine gets a much-needed pick-me-up from neighbors.
A new report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, “Kids Count Databook 2012”, reveals a sharp decline in economic well-being for children in the United States over the past few years.
Viruses From Outer Space.
A form of mild cognitive impairment that affects memory is linked with a higher death rate.
The best advice: steer clear of them altogether.
For the last three decades several leaks have come out indicating that the CIA is directly involved in illegal drug trafficking.
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