Scientists in developing nations plan to step up research into dimming sunshine to curb climate change, hoping to judge whether a man-made chemical sunshade would be less risky than a harmful rise in global temperatures.
WFTS reports that on Sunday in Riverview, FL 29-year-old Ronnie O’Neal III completely lost touch with reality. Neighbors say they heard gunshots and O’Neal yelling “Allah Akbar” which is close enough to what Islamic terrorists yell when they blow innocent people up or run them down with a truck.
Plan B is coming out of the shadows in the global-warming debate. The question on the table: With hope dimming that humankind can effectively curb carbon emissions, is it time to strong-arm nature to turn the thermostat down?
On Monday, Live and Let Fly reported that a woman who tried to board a recent United flight outbound from Newark Airport was denied an additional seat for her peacock. The woman reportedly offered to pay for a second seat for the bird and claimed it was her right to bring it with her being that it’s her “emotional support animal.”
“If you don’t give people some sense of magic and community, you get the Proud Boys,” Alexandra said, referring to the fraternal neo-fascist group created by Vice Media co-founder Gavin McInnes. Zachary agreed: “People like the Proud Boys have their own social clubs, and that’s black magic. Instead of running away from that, we need to find better ways of organizing ourselves.
Theresa May (pictured going to church with husband Philip today) announced last week that the government is to push on with a consultation about changes to the Gender Recognition Act, allowing people to ‘self-certify’ their gender
Ministers have called for the term ‘pregnant woman’ to be removed from a UN treaty – because it ‘excludes’ transgender people.
The call is said to have been made in Britain’s official submission on proposed amendments to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
The man who designed the security system at the main center for Scientology on the West says it eventually was used to keep people from escaping.
The first season of Leah Remini and Mike Rinder’s A&E series exposing the Church of Scientology had one aim: to explain the evils of the organization, which in no way is actually a church. The ratings and reception were better than anyone anticipated, and soon, a second season was ordered. Where once speaking out against Scientology could spell the end of a Hollywood career, the times, they are a-changin’, as most clearly evidenced by the fact that the series just won an Emmy.