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Secret In American LNG Oil/Gas Plants

St. Gabriel, Louisiana (7000 people), will probably be one of the next Liquefied Natural Gas, LNG, exporting facilities. LNG is basically natural gas that is cooled and liquefied.

The U.S. will use it, and at least another 21 plants planned to be built by 2020, and ramp-up to the largest world exporter of oil and gas.

 

Covert construction sites will generate over $100 billion for thousands of people here in this country.

North Carolina Holds Key To Elections

 

Senate About To Go  RepublicanWith the Associated Press now reporting a sub-glacial eruption of Bardarbunga has already begun and lava from the eruption melting the ice of Iceland’s largest glacier, the Vatnajokull glacier, the entire region has been struck by thousands of earthquakes in the past week alone.

A majority senator outcome would give pro-lifers the ability to remove pro-abortion obstructionist Sen. Harry Reid from the majority leader position. Having a Republican leader will allow pro-life legislation to be considered on the Senate floor for the first time in years.

The Rise Of Isamic Terrorism

Islamic Terrorism Inevitable

The German Chancellor, Australia's and Spain’s ex-prime ministers, two British Prime Ministers, and UK leader Nigel Farage have all warned of homegrown Islamic terrorism in their countries.

Obama compromised America allowing “radical Islamists” access to the White House, per the Investigative Project on Terrorism. They reported “scores of known radical Islamists made hundreds of visits to the Obama White House, meeting with top administration officials.”

Russia Could Fight War Over Wrangel Island

Worth Of Wrangel Island

Few realize the value of Wrangel Island. Location, location, location—the realtor credo--optimum for any piece of property. Wrangel Island is a frozen, almost uninhabited wasteland island in the Arctic Ocean. It’s 90 miles north of Siberia and 300 miles northwest of Point Hope, Alaska, and only as large as Delaware and Rhode Island, combined.

Wrangel by itself is of almost no economic worth. But its huge importance is starting to be realized. It‘s the closest land to a vast amount of the Arctic Ocean. Estimations now are the Arctic is estimated to hold 25 percent of the world's recoverable oil and gas. And America has just recently vaulted into the world’s lead as the major oil and gas producer.

 

Sea Ice Integral In Determining If 'AGW' Occurring

Many were touting purported Arctic sea ice-melt as the surging sign of Anthropogenic Global Warming, or AGW.  Brian Sussman, "ClimateGate: A Veteran Meteorologist Exposes the ... scam of AGW fanatics. Sussman describes how nobody officially measured Arctic ice until satellites became available in 1979.

 

Brazuca Ball Catapults World Cup Play

How do you say it—it’s all in the ball!  With soccer, or “futbol” as it’s called in every other major country but the U.S., the sport has become duly recognized as one of the major sports after viewing the 2014 World Cup.

Artificial Wombs To Be "The Bomb" In Near Future

Anyone with a brain would have suspected this was coming. Scientists have now produced an artificial womb, raising a fertilized zygote to a full-term baby. No mom needed, except to supply the fertilized ovum—and maybe not even that.

This is when babies are manufactured, not born. Scientists have already successfully gestated goat embryos in tanks filled with amniotic fluid. In 2003, Cornell University grew a mouse embryo in a bio-engineered structure. Just recently, those researchers grew a human embryoa living human being—for 10 days inside an artificial womb, before killing the embryo. That work was limited by legislation imposing a 14-day limit on research projects of this nature.

Iron Dome May Not Be Enough

Date	Mid-20th century[1] – present Main phase: 1964–1993 Location	  Israel   State of Palestine  Status	Israeli–Palestinian peace process low-level fighting, mainly between Israel and Gaza  Territorial changes	Establishment and dissolution of Palestinian administration (1948–1959) in Gaza Jordanian annexation of the West Bank (1948–1967) Occupation of West Bank and Gaza by Israel in 1967 Transition of "A" and "B" areas from Israeli Civil Administration to the Palestinian National Authority in 1994–95 Israeli disengagement from Gaza in 2005

The map description for demarkation of the Palestinian Authority, and land under Israeli control.

 

Lately Israel has been relying on their “Iron Dome” for protection against those who want to destroy the country. Namely Hamas [Unlink]—terrorists who are major obstacles between the Israelis and Arabian people living in Israel. Disputes between Israelis and Palestinians began in the mid-20th century.

Iron Dome May Not Be Enough

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/6a/West_Bank_%26_G...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israeli%E2%80%93Palestinian_conflict
Date Mid-20th century[1] – present
Main phase: 1964–1993
Location Israel
State of Palestine

Status Israeli–Palestinian peace process
low-level fighting, mainly between Israel and Gaza

Territorial
changes Establishment and dissolution of Palestinian administration (1948–1959) in Gaza
Jordanian annexation of the West Bank (1948–1967)
Occupation of West Bank and Gaza by Israel in 1967
Transition of "A" and "B" areas from Israeli Civil Administration to the Palestinian National Authority in 1994–95
Israeli disengagement from Gaza in 2005

Lately Israel has been relying on their “Iron Dome” for protection against those who want to destroy the country. Namely Hamas—terrorists who are major obstacles between the Israelis and Arabian people living in Israel. Disputes between Israelis and Palestinians began in the mid-20th century.

Much water has passed under the bridge since then, but there’s still no peace. The Iron Dome has protected civilians in Israel from Hamas' rockets. Instead of a huge impenetrable shield built over Israel, the shield is a battery of rockets set to destroy any incoming Hamas rockets. To date, 90 percent of incoming Gaza rockets have been intercepted by this shield.

Iron Dome May Not Be Enough

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/6a/West_Bank_%26_G...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israeli%E2%80%93Palestinian_conflict
Date Mid-20th century[1] – present
Main phase: 1964–1993
Location Israel
State of Palestine

Status Israeli–Palestinian peace process
low-level fighting, mainly between Israel and Gaza

Territorial
changes Establishment and dissolution of Palestinian administration (1948–1959) in Gaza
Jordanian annexation of the West Bank (1948–1967)
Occupation of West Bank and Gaza by Israel in 1967
Transition of "A" and "B" areas from Israeli Civil Administration to the Palestinian National Authority in 1994–95
Israeli disengagement from Gaza in 2005

Lately Israel has been relying on their “Iron Dome” for protection against those who want to destroy the country. Namely Hamas—terrorists who are major obstacles between the Israelis and Arabian people living in Israel. Disputes between Israelis and Palestinians began in the mid-20th century.

Much water has passed under the bridge since then, but there’s still no peace. The Iron Dome has protected civilians in Israel from Hamas' rockets. Instead of a huge impenetrable shield built over Israel, the shield is a battery of rockets set to destroy any incoming Hamas rockets. To date, 90 percent of incoming Gaza rockets have been intercepted by this shield.

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