Archive for 02/24/2011

World Economy Will Fall if Revolts Spread to Saudi Arabia

02/24/2011 Leave a comment

“If something like we have seen in Egypt or Libya happens in Saudi Arabia, we’re talking about a catastrophic scenario that will bring a global economic meltdown.”  Read more.

Categories: Man-Made Disasters

Too Many Dead Horseshoe Crabs to Count; Remnant Oil Both on the Beach Surface and Buried as Deep as

02/24/2011 Leave a comment

“I saw more dead horseshoe crabs (not to mention numerous fish) on the beach than I’ve seen anywhere before on my many trips to Horn Island as well as my travels along the Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama coast over the last 10 months. There were far too many dead crabs to count.”  Read more.

Starving Eagles ‘Falling Out of the Sky’

02/24/2011 Leave a comment

When David Hancock saw the bald-eagle count on the Chehalis River drop from more than 7,000 to fewer than 400 over a few days in December, he knew a crisis was coming.

Earlier this week, news reports that starving eagles were “falling out of the sky” in the Comox Valley, on Vancouver Island, confirmed his fears.  Read more.

Categories: Mass Animal Deaths

Saudi Citizen in Texas Charged in Attempted Use of a Weapon of Mass Destruction

02/24/2011 Leave a comment

“A college student from Saudi Arabia studying chemical engineering in Texas has been arrested by the FBI for allegedly planning a terrorist attack on U.S. targets using explosive chemicals.

Khalid Aldawsari, who is legally in the U.S. on a student visa, allegedly targeted the Dallas home of former President George W. Bush. He was arrested late Tuesday on a federal charge of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction.”  Read more.


Categories: Radical Islam

“We’re likely to see many more of these calves washed ashore before calving season ends in May”

02/24/2011 Leave a comment

A tide of dead infant dolphins has washed ashore the past two weeks along a 100 mile stretch of the Alabama and Mississippi coastlines. A total of 24 have been found, five in the past 24 hours.  Read more.

New Oil Surfaces Near Elmer’s Island

02/24/2011 Leave a comment

“BATON ROUGE — New oil is still washing up on local beaches, including Elmer’s Island, 10 months after BP’s Deepwater Horizon explosion, state officials said.

It’s a contentious time for crude sightings, especially as BP and the federal government begin to inch out of the Gulf Coast.

Officials with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries say they’ve been told that the clean-up partners are planning to “pack up shop” at the end of this month.

Secretary Robert Barham called the departure “unacceptable,” especially since new oil is being discovered in places like Bay Jimmy, Red Fish Bay and Pass-a-Loutre.” Read more.


Categories: Man-Made Disasters

The Moment New Zealand Quake Shook a City to Pieces

02/24/2011 Leave a comment

The Mail has brought together some of the most incredible pictures from what is one of the worst natural disasters in New Zealand’s history. See photos here.

Categories: Earthquakes
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