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INTERPOL Chief wants global ID card

HelpNetSecurity April 7, 2011 The head of INTERPOL has emphasized the need for a globally verifiable electronic identity card (e-ID) system for migrant workers at an international forum on citizen ID projects, e-passports, and border control management. Speaking at the fourth Annual EMEA ID WORLD summit, INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble said that regulating migration levels and managing borders presented security challenges for countries and for the world ...Read full article...

Terremoto foi previsto. De novo.

Sismos e perigo por atividade vulcânica prorrogada até 11 de abril, de acordo com previsão de Solar Watcher de 01 de abril. Solar Watcher Abril 7, 2011 O planeta está entrando em um período significativo de atividade solar que pode produzir vários grandes terremotos entre hoje e 11 de abril. O centro de atividade coronal está situado no hemisfério sul 16-18 graus de latitude sul. Possíveis áreas com risco ...Read full article...

Japanese Earthquake predicted. Again.

Earthquake and volcanic activity danger extended up until April 11, according to Solar Watcher’s prediction from April 1. Solar Watcher April 7, 2011 Moving into a significant celestial period that may produce several large earthquakes through to April 11. Main coronal hole is situated in the Southern Hemisphere 16-18 Degrees south latitude. Possible areas at risk for a 6.7+ magnitude earthquake could be Southern Peru, Potosi-Bolivia or Tarapaca-Chile. Other ...Read full article...

7.4 Earthquake hits Japan. Tsunami Expected

Meanwhile 6.5 quake hit Veracruz, Mexico at 13:11:24 UTC Reuters April 7, 2011 A major earthquake shook the northeast of Japan late on Thursday, and a tsunami warning was issued for the coast already devastated by last month’s massive quake and tsunami that crippled a nuclear power plant. No damage from the quake, measured at magnitude 7.4 by the Japan Meteorological Agency, was detected at the Fukushima Daiichi plant ...Read full article...

Pesquisadores afirmam ter isolado sinal química que faz com que células-tronco reparem a pele

BBC Adaptação Luis R. Miranda Abril 5, 2011 A substância química que convoca as células-tronco da medula óssea para o local de uma ferida, foi descoberto por cientistas no Reino Unido e Japão. O estudo, publicado na revista Proceedings, da Academia Nacional de Ciências, identificou o sinal de socorro – HMGB1. Os autores acreditam que ele pode ser usado para colocar “um megafone no sistema” para melhorar o tratamento ...Read full article...

Índia proíbe importações de alimentos do Japão

A Agência Ambiental Americana (EPA), aumentou os níveis de exposição à radiação para fazer com que a nova radiação pareca segura. 2,4 milhões de galões de liquido radiativo esta sendo despejado diretamente no oceano. Reuters Adaptação Luis R. Miranda Abril 5, 2011 A Índia impôs uma proibição de três meses sobre as importações de produtos alimentares de todo o Japão em medos que a radiação de uma usina nuclear ...Read full article...

Desafio 9/11: Treze Perguntas sem resposta

Por Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda Abril 6, 2011 Explicações científicas e militares são necessárias para o seguinte: 1) Dezenove (19) homens das cavernas com facas sequestraram quatro aviões em 9/11 e bateram três deles em Nova York e Washington sem ter nenhum estudo de aviação civil. 2) Um edifício de 47 andares que NÃO FOI espancado por nenhum avião (Edifício WTC 7) desmoronou-se em seu próprio terreno ...Read full article...

Tribunal Federal Suíço: Google “Street View” Viola Privacidade

Terra.es Adaptação Luis R. Miranda Abril 6, 2011 O Tribunal Administrativo Federal suíço decidiu que o Google Street View, um aplicativo de mapas de rua, viola a proteção de dados local. O Tribunal também determinou que a empresa deve pedir permissão antes de postar as imagens na internet ou então desfocar os rostos das pessoas e os números inscrição que aparecem nas imagens. O Tribunal Administrativo Federal, disse que ...Read full article...

Britain armed Gaddafi, now wants to arm rebels

RT April 6, 2011 Britain is facing accusations from the International Criminal Court over the weapons it’s sold to Gaddafi while the UK is considering arming more Libyans – rebels this time. The rebels say they lack the ammunition needed to fight off the forces of Colonel Gaddafi. In the meantime, it is believed Gaddafi was planning to use force to crackdown on protesters long before the uprising began, ...Read full article...

U.S. Postal Trucks as ‘street viewers’?

Did anyone say illegal searches? What is the difference between Google Street View and Government Street View? When the government does it, it is deemed legal even though it’s not. Will the post Office work for Homeland Security? Popular Science April 5, 2011 Telematics, a mash-up of telecommunications and informatics, is the science of scanning the world with wireless devices to extract data, sending this data to a computer ...Read full article...

Researchers claim to have Isolated Chemical Signal that Causes Stem Cells to Repair Skin

BBC April 5, 2011 The chemical which summons stem cells from bone marrow to the site of a wound has been discovered by scientists in the UK and Japan. The study, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, identified the distress signal – HMGB1. The authors believe it can be used to put “a megaphone in the system” to improve the treatment of injuries such as burns ...Read full article...

India bans Japan food imports, says radiation spreading

American Environmental Agency raises ‘safe’ levels of radiation exposure to make new radiation seem safe.  2.4 million gallons of planetary poison being dumped directly into the ocean. Reuters April 5, 2011 India has imposed a three-month ban on imports of food articles from the whole of Japan on fears that radiation from an earthquake-hit nuclear plant was spreading to other parts of the country, becoming the first country to ...Read full article...

Bacterial Genes, High Dosis of RoundUp may cause Sterility and Infant Mortality

Institute for Responsible Technology April 5, 2011 “This study was just routine,” said Russian biologist Alexey V. Surov, in what could end up as the understatement of this century. Surov and his colleagues set out to discover if Monsanto’s genetically modified (GM) soy, grown on 91% of US soybean fields, leads to problems in growth or reproduction. What he discovered may uproot a multi-billion dollar industry. After feeding hamsters ...Read full article...

Mohamed El Baradei Threatens Israel

Egypt: Israel must pay us back for gas ynetnews.com In interview with Arab newspaper, former IAEA chief says if elected as Egypt’s next president he will open Rafah crossing in case of an Israeli attack. Former International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei, who had previously announced his intentions to run for the presidency of Egypt, said Monday that “if Israel attacked Gaza we would declare war against the ...Read full article...

Lab creates human heart with Stem Cells

Mail Online April 4, 2011 Scientists are growing human hearts in laboratories, offering hope for millions of cardiac patients. American researchers believe the artificial organs could start beating within weeks. The experiment is a major step towards the first ‘grow-your-own’ heart, and could pave the way for  livers, lungs or kidneys to be made  to order. The organs were created by removing muscle cells from donor organs to leave ...Read full article...