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34176 No.13656   [Reply]

"Supporters of the Germanwings crash co-pilot Andreas Lubitz claim he may have been framed as responsible to cover up a major mechanical failure.

A Facebook group that reportedly includes hundreds of people from the pilot’s hometown of Montabaur in Germany has been set up under the title “Andreas Lubitz A320, wir sind gegen die Hetzjagd (We are against the hunt)”.

In it, friends, neighbours and supporters of the pilot observe that it is “suspicious” that investigators have still found only one of the plane’s black box recorders from the crash site.

And they claim that the voice recordings from the one they have found may have been tampered with to reflect badly on Lubitz."


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100380 No.13655   [Reply]

"Tatooine, the dry, Earth-like home of Anakin Skywalker and Luke Skywalker, is the most iconic planet in the Star Wars series. It's particularly memorable for its double sunsets.

But until recently, it was assumed that gas giants were the only type of exoplanet found in binary star systems -- that the push and pull of two stars wouldn't allow for the formation of rocky worlds.

New research, however, suggests Earth-like exoplanets with two suns can not only exist, but may be quite common.

"Tatooine sunsets may be common after all," explained Ben Bromley, an astronomer at the University of Utah and author of a new study on planet formation in binary star systems."


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63406 No.13654   [Reply]

"A Lugansk Region resident, whom Reuters cites as saying he saw evidence of a surface-to-air missile launched from rebel-held territory on the day MH17 was downed, told RT the news agency gave a false report of his interview."


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361446 No.13652   [Reply]

"A lobbyist for Monsanto told a French TV interview the chemical firm's Roundup weed killer is safe to drink -- but he subsequently declined an offered glass.

Patrick Moore told an interviewer for French station Canal+ that glysophate, the active ingredient in Roundup, is not responsible for rising cancer rates in Argentina.

The World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer announced last week the results of a study that concluded the chemical is "probably carcinogenic to humans."

Moore countered the chemical is not harmful, even when directly ingested.

"You can drink a whole quart of it and it won't hurt you," he said.

However, the lobbyist balked when the interview offered him a glass of Roundup and asked if he would drink it.

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>> No.13653  

Those fucking bastards.

If there's anything remotely similar to a super villain in real life, these pieces of shit would be it.

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111216 No.13651   [Reply]

"RadioShack is trying to auction off its customer data on some 117 million customers as part of its court-supervised bankruptcy.

The data in question, according to a legal challenge (PDF) launched by Texas regulators on Friday and joined by the state of Tennessee on Monday, includes "consumer names, phone numbers, mailing addresses, e-mail addresses, and, where allowed, activity data."

The states say the sale breaches the 94-year-old chain's promises to its in-store and online customers that it would not sell their personal identifying information (PII) data."


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41692 No.13650   [Reply]

"Julian Assange has given an interview to an Argentinian paper from his Ecuadorian embassy asylum where he spent more than 1,000 days. He spoke about why US meddling in Ukraine led to civil war, how the West helped ISIS and Israel supported Hamas."


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55140 No.13649   [Reply]

"Monsanto Co.’s best-selling weedkiller Roundup probably causes cancer, the World Health Organization said in a report that’s at odds with prior findings.

Roundup is the market name for the chemical glyphosate. A report published by the WHO in the journal Lancet Oncology said Friday there is “limited evidence” that the weedkiller can cause non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and lung cancer and “convincing evidence” it can cause cancer in lab animals. The report was posted on the website of the International Agency for Research on Cancer, or IARC, the Lyon, France-based arm of the WHO."


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26108 No.13648   [Reply]

"Groups like IS, which could be behind the Bardo Museum shootings, have a long history of collaborating with the West and may have attacked tourists just to maintain their anti-Western façade, says independent political analyst Dan Glazebrook.

RT: Do you think that the Western tourists were targeted on purpose?

Dan Glazebrook: Yeah, I think so. The thing is with ISIS and these groups - they have a long history of collaborating with the West. It’s fundamental to their appeal that they kind of try to present themselves as anti-Western. If you look over the last several years, they’ve been singing from the same song-sheet - whether it’s on Libya, the fight against Gaddafi; Syria, the fight against Assad. We’ve had revelations about fighters’ passage to Syria to go and fight against Assad being facilitated by MI5, by British intelligence. This all came out in the hearings in Mozambique last year. So these guys are on the same page, they are helping to fulfill the West strategic aims of destabilization in the area. … The thousands and thousands people they’ve killed, the vast majority of them have been other Muslims and non-white people. From time to time they have to kill some Europeans and some Westerners in order to maintain this façade of somehow being opposed to the West, whilst they continue to carry out and facilitate the West’s strategic aims."


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113604 No.13646   [Reply]

"Despite enduring a decade of “barbaric treatment” and being held without charge for 13 years, the last Briton in Guantanamo, Shaker Aamer, “knows too much” to be set free, according to MPs.

Speaking during a House of Commons backbench debate yesterday, MPs decried the continued imprisonment of Saudi-born Aamer in the notorious US detention facility in Cuba.

During the debate ministers discussed allegations that Aamer had witnessed a range of human rights abuses during his time in the facility.

It was suggested his extensive knowledge and experience of abuse and torture at Guantanamo was the fundamental reason the US government was keeping him there."


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97314 No.13645   [Reply]

"It's not clear why it took seven years, but the office is now removing the FOIA policy from the Federal Register.

What's more peculiar is the timing of the announcement. Monday is National Freedom of Information Day and the week is known as Sunshine Week, when news organizations emphasize government transparency."


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