NASA says NOAA is lying about the "Hotest August in history"

On September 15, the Obama administration’s NOAA, announced that August had allegedly been (just barely) the “warmest on record.” It seems that was not actually the case, climate researchers say.

In separate press releases, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) both claimed that the globally averaged temperatures for August were the warmest since records began. The sensational doom-and-gloom headlines from the establishment press began almost immediately. Shortly thereafter, however, researchers accused NASA of quietly changing its own temperature data so that August of 2014 was no longer the “warmest on record.” Separately, NASA's own, more reliable satellite data also contradicted the claim, instead showing that August was the coldest in five years and the second coldest over the last decade, analysts said.

Cure for Ebola is illegal

In Liberia -

Assistant Health Minister for Preventive Services, Tolbert Nyenswah, has disputed media reports that the nut Garcinia Kola, called bitter kola locally, is a cure for Ebola.

He said to date no vaccine or cure has been found for Ebola.

A local daily reported Tuesday that the nut had stopped the Ebola virus in test tubes in initial laboratory experiments, experts, including a Nigerian pharmacologist, revealed.

Assistant Minister Nyenswah made the bitter kola-Ebola cure clarification at the regular Thursday Ministry of Information press briefing held at the Ministry in Monrovia.

Meanwhile, Minister Nyenswah is calling on the public to report anyone or group of people administering vaccines supposedly for the prevention of Ebola or any form of drug or tablets, herbs or injection in the communities to the nearest police station.

He said the Health Ministry is also calling on people not to listen to any information from unknown individuals or groups, except that provided by the Ministry of Health and partners.

According to Mr. Nyensuah, anyone caught administering fake vaccine or tablets and even spreading wrong information on the Ebola disease would face prosecution.

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How to make your product succeed.

It's always been about the presence. You want to reach the community? Look at this -

In 1974, Ray Kroc, the founder of McDonald’s, was asked to speak to the MBA class at university of Texas at Austin.

After a powerful and inspiring talk, the class adjourned and the students asked Ray if he would join them at their favourite hangout to have a few beers. Ray graciously accepted.

“What business am I in?” Ray asked, once the group all had their beers in hand. No one answered, so Ray asked the question again.”What business do you think I am in?”

The students laughed again, and finally one brave soul yelled out, “Ray, who in the world does not know that you’re in the hamburger business.”

Ray chuckled. “That is what I thought you would say.” He paused and then quickly said, “Ladies and gentlemen, I’m not in the hamburger business. My business is real estate.”

It's about presence. Not what you offer. Wal Mart continually offers inferior products to the masses, but they are a presence. Coca-cola is sugar water. But why Santa Claus? Why Polar Bears? Coke is a presence.

You need to associate yourself with:

1) A Location
2) A Gimmick
3) A Slogan
4) A Mascot
5) A Logo

And it is a must.!

No one cares about a band when they rename themselves or do side projects. They only care about "The Band" even though it remains the same stuff without "The Name".

So establish these icons and remember the following -

Blast it everywhere. Own it. Annoy your friends with it. Talk of nothing else. Then you will succeed... Clicks or Tweets or FBook ads or not.

You succeed because that is all you live to do. Become the presence. Become the product. You've got the drug that everyone needs.

ISIS isn't a Muslim Terrorist group

Raqqah was bombed by US tomahawk missiles. It's a city that's 1,772 years old. It still has city walls left over from the Abbasid period. Not much use for tomahawk missiles, I would say.

Since the Armenian Catholic Church of the Martyrs has become ISIS's base of operations, they have taken over and killed most of the city of two hundred thousand, including the Syrian military base there.

They have killed men, women and children (many by beheading) on a basis of something like: "Hey, you're not ISIS, so you should die." Many Sunni Muslim Alawites have been killed due to their devotion to Mohammed's oldest son, Ali. Christians, and atheists have also been killed based on their faith in God, and many Yazidis Kurds have been killed due to their ethnicity. There is no justice for anyone who is not ISIS inside of Raqqah.

A family of Yezidi Kurds

Since leaving mother group, al-Qaeda, ISIS has done all of these things in the name of... Wait. Do you think I am going to say: "Islam"? Guess again. They have done all these things to establish control over Syria.

They are a predominantly political organization. They have done all of this in the name of a pure faith, so that they can accrue followers in northern Iraq as well as Syria. They have begun to set up medical works for the injured. They have religious services. They have pie and cantaloupe eating festivals for children. All they want is control.

And that is their chief aim. They are only acting inside of their premise to seize control of land and establish a regime.

Don't look at these guys as "Muslim Terrorists" please, even though I would think that they are. Instead, look at them as "Independent rebels seeking to start a fresh country. Well, to be fair, you could look at them any way you wanted, and they are still assholes.

However, just like most "Freedom Fighters" in the past, they are probably going to be squashed soon. And in this case, it will probably be by tomahawk missiles.

when the customer says "no".

in line at a mega-store in a mega-mall. elderly person is asked if they want the warranty, then if they want the credit card, then if they are a rewards member.

here are my thoughts:

"i am surprised there is no "warranty warranty" to auto-extend your warranty if it runs out. you could sell it as "the safer satisfying peace of mind." you could even sell the "warranty 3" which would be an auto-renewal of the auto-renewal. and then you could DOUBLE the warranty 3, which would in effect give you five auto-backups on your warranty. the "D Warran3" would be at a super low price point, to where if you bought it thru the leasing program, you could effectively get 500,000 points back. The only addendum would that you would have to qualify for the new BLACK card and sign up FIVE new members to become bonus members. now... don't worry about all that, because we can simplify it all by simply stamping your forehead right now with the mark of the beast."

why is the store in charge?

when i purchase something, i like to begin with:

"ALL I NEED ARE [these batteries or one coke and a hamburger or whatever]."

to which they reply: "alright, would you like [a battery tester or some cinnamon-crunchies or whatever] with that?"

to which i reply: "ALL I NEED ARE [these batteries or one coke and a burrito or whatever]."

once at mcdonalds, a woman asked me if i wanted hot or mild sauce with my burrito.

"ALL I NEED ARE TWO BREAKFAST BURRITOS." was how i began the order as well as (literately) the next three sentences out of my mouth. yes. she asked me if i wanted extra stuff three times. the third time, i actually had my entire right hand, fingers pinched together and pointed towards the sky, going back and forth with each word as i spoke them, to emphasize the customer request for transaction.

dearest customer... when you are FORCED to do things at a register that you don't want to commit to... YOU HAVE A RIGHT to stop the transaction and say no.

you are not there to pander to a corporations needs. they are (in all probability) 100,000 times richer than you are.

stop the transaction.

no matter what the cute little cashier says or does... and say:


and present your payment.

repeat it as many times as necessary until they learn how the english language works.

I am love.

Here's me today, not regretting calling Nessly Johnson, Samson Johnson and Kimberly Johnson my kids with their mom's blessing. I never cheated on them, lied to them, or abused their hearts in any way. I am theirs forever and whenever they call on me, I will be there. I will always be theirs and they will always be mine.

Even though the promise that their mother gave to me, that day, years ago, when the towers were crashing to the ground, has fallen fallow in the mud, I never went back on my promise to them, as I told her I would not. I was forced to divorce her, asked again and again by her to leave her rest in peace... And yet cannot find it in my heart to divorce her most beautiful children from my heart. I am not a liar and will uphold my end of the bargain until the day that I die, and even into the hereafter.

It is 9/11 - A day of remembrance for me, and for everyone else. But for me, it is not a day not of unhappiness, but rather a day of fulfilling a promise made long ago to the most beautiful people in the world. And though, I do not have authority, or rights, or even permission to see them, here I am again, screaming at the wild winds of the interwebs: "I am love and will not quit."

Britain on the verge of becoming a "Rogue State"

Britain will be considered a 'rogue state' if it creates GM people, Parliament (MPs) warns.

Allowing mitochondrial replacement therapy to prevent the birth of children with incurable diseases could lead to people being created for 'harvesting their parts'.

Three parent babies could be created by using the DNA of a 'second mother' to fill in defective genetic material in an egg.

Britain risks being considered a "rogue state" if it pushes ahead with developing "genetically modified people", MPs were told.

Conservative former minister Sir Edward Leigh also questioned how many more problems would emerge in the future if society is divided between the "modified and unmodified", as he warned against adopting mitochondrial replacement therapy.

The procedure, which aims to prevent the birth of children with incurable diseases, could lead to humans being created for the "sole purpose of harvesting their useful parts", the Gainsborough MP added.

Speaking during a backbench Commons debate, Sir Edward told MPs: "There's been a great deal of controversy over the past few decades regarding genetically modified plants and crops.

"Through the march of applied sciences, advances in agriculture we have managed to feed billions of people.

"But I'm sure all members of the House will agree that we're dealing with entirely separate issues when we talk of genetically modified food and what we're dealing with now - genetically modified people.

"We've only in the past 100 years come to terms with the debilitating, restrictive and oppressive results of centuries of racism that was buttressed by pseudo-scientific notions since proved entirely false.

"How much more of a problem will we be confronted with when humanity is divided between the modified and the unmodified?"

If new regulations to allow mitochondrial DNA transfer are passed, Britain will become the first European country to legalise the process and more than 100 "three-parent" babies could be born in the UK each year.

Under the technique, parents at high risk of having children with severe disabilities such as muscular dystrophy will be offered donor DNA from a "second mother" to fix genetic defects.

Mitochondria act as the ‘power packs’ of cells and Professor Dame Sally Davies, the Chief Medical Officer, has likened the process to "changing a faulty battery in a car".

About one in 6,500 babies are born with a mitochondrial disease each year.

The Department of Health claims that the new technique does not amount to genetic modification.

Sir Edward insisted supporters of mitochondrial transfer were asking for the UK to disagree with opinions from every other country in the world.

He went on: "In this age of globalisation we would be divorcing ourselves from the entire community of nations in terms of bio-ethics, and do we really want to become a rogue state in terms of bio-ethics?

"No-one can deny the debilitations and hardships these diseases cause. No-one is seeking to downplay that suffering.

"But this is not about a cure. This would neither heal or no cure a single human being who is currently suffering from these diseases.

"What's worse is when we're talking about pronuclear transfer, is it effectively requires creating human beings for the sole purpose of harvesting their useful parts - is it really the sort of society we wish to live in, where persons, individuals are created, their parts harvested and then destroyed merely to provide for other human beings?

"There is no way that this can be considered ethical whether in terms of purely rational deductive natural law, nor by the system of Christian ethics by which in this country we have traditionally relied."

CDC Whistleblower Revealed

After reading a recent TIME article, I watched this. I am convinced that the author of the TIME article is Pro-vaccine, and tries desperately to shed a bad light on what I believe to be accurate data.

Taking pictures is against the law

Man Photographing Daughters Accused of Suspicious Behavior by Man Claiming to be DHS Agent

By Carlos Miller

A man taking photos of his teenage daughters on a New Jersey ferry was interrupted by a stranger, who asked his daughters if they were being exploited.

The photographer, Jeff Gates, was taken aback, but told the stranger that he was their father, which may not have been so obvious at first considering he is white and his adopted daughters Asian.

But that still wasn’t enough reason for the stranger to intervene.

However, the stranger later claimed to work for the Department of Homeland Security, which means he is trained to view anybody with a camera as a suspected criminal.

He later told Gates that he found him suspicious because he had been taking photos of his daughters hugging for 15 minutes.

But Gates has been taking photos of his daughters for more than a decade on the family annual retreat to Cape May as you can see in the above collage, so he obviously wanted to take the time to snap the perfect shot.

Gates wrote about the incident in a column for the Washington Post.

Would this man have approached us, I wondered, if I had been Asian, like my children, or if my daughters had been white? No, I didn’t think so. I knew I’d regret not going back to speak to him about what had happened. My wife warned me I might be asking for trouble, but I reassured her that I would be fine.

I walked outside to where he was standing and calmly said: “Excuse me, sir, but you just embarrassed me in front of my children and strangers. And what you said was racist.”

The man didn’t seem at all fazed. He replied: “I work for the Department of Homeland Security. And let me give you some advice: You were standing there taking photos of them hugging for 15 minutes.”

I see. So we didn’t fit the mold of what he considered a typical American family, and he thought my picture-taking was excessive, possibly depraved. How long should family snapshots take? He thought he was qualified to judge. I told him I was a professional photographer and take lots of photos.

“My wife’s a photographer,” he said. “I understand.”

“Then you should have known better,” I replied.

He agreed to consider everything I had said. But he didn’t sound very sincere. When I had questions about his observations, he deflected them, hoping to manage my reaction with simple apologies, except they weren’t simple at all: He apologized; he criticized; and he apologized again.

There was nothing more I could say, nor did I need to hear any more explanations from him. I thought about asking for his business card or his name, but instead I just walked away, feeling exposed.

Gates should not only have demanded identification, but should have snapped a photo of the man, just to remind him that photography is not a crime.

However, several of the people commenting on the Washington Post article, reposted below, tell Gates he should have been grateful for the stranger’s intervention because he was only trying to keep his daughters safe.

But if the man couldn’t have figured out that nothing was amiss after 15 minutes of observing them, then he really has no business working for the Department of Homeland Security, if he was even telling the truth.