Tuesday, June 23, 2015

"It's ok we WE do it; we are saving Mother Gaia!"

Near the kayak line, divers cleaned up a site damaged by the activists' barge. Used for staging their protests, the barge anchors were originally dropped into a popular dive spot. They dropped 4,000-pound anchors into a habitat known for several different kinds of marine species.

"A lot of people come here to see Giant Pacific Octupus," said Koos Dupreez.

Dupreez works with Global Underwater Explorers. They coordinated the clean-up, asking the activists to cut their lines so as to avoid any further damage. Divers removed huge cement blocks and chords, worried for the safety of people and animals

It cost $10,000 and created some wake among environmental groups.

Stupid, our ancestors were not.
Despite being well over 2,000 years old, the sword, known as the Goujian, did not have a single trace of rust.  The blade drew blood when an archeologist tested his finger on its edge, seemingly unaffected by the passage of time.  Besides this strange quality, the craftsmanship was highly detailed for a sword made such a long time ago.  Regarded as a state treasure in China today, the sword is as legendary to the Chinese people as King Arthur's Excalibur in the West.
Some very interestingly-made bronze, and fine craftsmanship.

Yeah, Robert Reich is a lying bastard; you expect different from a Clinton weenie?
According to The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the USA has a murder rate of 4.1 per 100,000 people. Pakistan sports a 7.7 per 100K, Russia a 13.12, South Africa 16.25 and Kenya would be the only one lower with a 2.76.

Russia, and Pakistan do not provide the rates of guns by firearms, only South Africa does and it comes to almost the same as the murder rate while the US drops to 2.97 per 100K. It is interesting that he cherry picks the data and somehow forgets the 110 countries ahead of the US in murders.
'Interesting' my ass, it was his plan.

We're in a geomagnetic storm of severe level; yay.

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