Water Fluoridation. Study: Probable Carcinogen Found in 31 US Cities' Water Supplies. Banned hyperlinks could cost you $11,000 a day - Technology - smh.com.au. The Australian communications regulator says it will fine people who hyperlink to sites on its blacklist, which has been further expanded to include several pages on the anonymous whistleblower site Wikileaks.
Wikileaks was added to the blacklist for publishing a leaked document containing Denmark's list of banned websites. The move by the Australian Communications and Media Authority comes after it threatened the host of online broadband discussion forum Whirlpool last week with a $11,000-a-day fine over a link published in its forum to another page blacklisted by ACMA - an anti-abortion website. ACMA's blacklist does not have a significant impact on web browsing by Australians today but sites contained on it will be blocked for everyone if the Federal Government implements its mandatory internet filtering censorship scheme.
Online civil liberties campaigners have seized on the move by ACMA as evidence of how casually the regulator adds to its list of blacklisted sites. "We are not. Permaculture Research Institute of Australia » Full Monty Scanner or Enhanced Pat-Down – the Only Options? There are a thousand things wrong with flying, considering that it’s an excellent way to burn precious liquid fuels for something that does not produce lasting economic value, that it puts combustion products into atmospheric layers where they really do not belong, and a score of other things as well.
In that way, it may be a bit strange to see advice that superficially is related to flying on the PRI blog. However, the actual issue at hand is actually not about flying, but about a government testing how much further it can go with tormenting both its citizens as well as its guests. You guessed it: this post is about how to deal with the U.S. Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) recent implementations of security procedures. Actually, this is a fairly general issue — it would be a mistake to believe that there are no plans to extend the measures introduced at airports to e.g. maritime transport as well. But what sort of ‘choice’ is this?
About the Issues. Permaculture Research Institute of Australia » Closing the ‘Collapse Gap’: the USSR was Better Prepared for Collapse than the US. By Dmitry Orlov Good evening, ladies and gentlemen.
I am not an expert or a scholar or an activist. I am more of an eye-witness. I watched the Soviet Union collapse, and I have tried to put my observations into a concise message. I will leave it up to you to decide just how urgent a message it is. My talk tonight is about the lack of collapse-preparedness here in the United States. Slide  The subject of economic collapse is generally a sad one. And this next one certainly has me intrigued. Slide  I anticipate that some people will react rather badly to having their country compared to the USSR. Slide  The USA and the USSR were evenly matched in many categories, but let me just mention four.
The Soviet manned space program is alive and well under Russian management, and now offers first-ever space charters. The arms race has not produced a clear winner, and that is excellent news, because Mutual Assured Destruction remains in effect. These are the generalities.