Monthly Archive: June, 2011

Earth in the Balance, Humankind on the Edge

Complacency is baked into our species. We can’t resist thinking that recent experience defines the future. Give us a run of good luck, and we are apt to turn that into an implicit… Continue reading

Ukraine lashed by severe storm- crops and roads washed away

Storm warning announced in Crimea. Rain with hail,  accompanied by strong gusts of wind have caused damage to many regions of Ukraine. Only in Chernivtsi region alone 600 hectares of winter wheat , 607… Continue reading

Korean Doctors Not Allowed to Talk to Media About Unkown Virus

Mom, two daughters stricken by mysterious lung disease – At 0:30 on Sunday morning, Jin-ju finally stopped breathing. It was the 93rd day since the 15-month-old baby girl had been hospitalized with flu-like… Continue reading

Crop Circle in UK Reported 26th June

Honeystreet, Nr Alton Barnes, Wiltshire Source

Videos: Recent UFOs Over England

Crop Circle at Poirino, Italy, Reported 20th June


Ron Paul worries Fort Knox gold is gone

WASHINGTON (CNNMoney) — With the price of gold at record highs, presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul wants to make sure the U.S. gold bars at Fort Knox are really there. Paul called a… Continue reading

Drought & wildfire crisis: state of emergency issued for 33 counties in Oklahoma

June 24, 2011 – OKLAHOMA CITY — Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb has declared a State of Emergency for 33 Oklahoma counties because of extreme or exceptional drought conditions and associated wildfires. Lamb issued… Continue reading

Alaska Earthquake: Magnitude 7.2 Temblor Strikes In Pacific Ocean

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The Alaska Earthquake Information Center says a major earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.2 has been recorded in the Pacific Ocean off Alaska’s remote Aleutian Islands. The center says… Continue reading

Second HK child dies of mutated scarlet fever

HONG KONG(AP) – A mutated strain of scarlet fever more resistant to antibiotics has killed a second child in Hong Kong, the first deaths from the illness in the southern Chinese city in… Continue reading

Magma rising in Taal volcano- public cautioned to stay away from Philippines volcanoes on alert

June 24, 2011 – MANILA – The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology has warned against any activity near the Taal, Mayon and Bulusan volcanoes as rockfalls and ash explosions may occur due… Continue reading

Whirlwinds and wave of turbulent weather leaves 7 dead in Vietnam

June 24, 2011 – VIETNAM – Officials and state media say flash floods and whirlwinds have killed seven people, left three others missing and injured 60 in northern Vietnam. Disaster official Tran Van… Continue reading

Bad News from NASA: Proof That Comet Elenin Is Affecting Earth

This is going to be the most extraordinary communication so fasten your seatbelts; we are in for a rough ride. I have known in my heart for months that I would have to… Continue reading

Flood Threat Creates ‘Psychological Roller Coaster’ in Minot, N.D.

JIM LEHRER: Now the latest on the flooding overwhelming cities in North Dakota, including Minot. Margaret Warner has our update. MARGARET WARNER: The water is gurgling in some places and rushing in others,… Continue reading

The Church That Doesn’t Believe In Jesus

Only 15 percent of members of the Church of Sweden say they believe in Jesus, and an equal number claim to be atheists according to the results of a recent survey. “It’s not… Continue reading

Extreme weather the achilles’ heel of the U.S. economy?

June 23, 2011 –WASHINGTON — Everything has its price, even the weather. New research indicates that routine weather events such as rain and cooler-than-average days can add up to an annual economic impact… Continue reading

American Churches To Embrace Chrislam On June 26, 2011

NTEB has reported extensively on the growing Chrislam movement. Started by Rick Warren of Saddleback Church, it has grown dramatically and now has infected many hundreds of churches and denominations all across America. A group… Continue reading

France’s Sarkozy Urges Action Against the ‘Plague’ of Food Price Surges

World food prices that rose 37 percent in a year, driving 44 million more people into poverty, are a “plague” that need action from world leaders now, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said. Group… Continue reading

New Crop Circles for June 2011

Stonehenge (2), nr Winterbourne Stoke, Wiltshire. Reported 21st June Source Stanton St Bernard, nr Alton Barnes. Wiltshire. Reported 21st June. Source Westwoods, Nr Lockeridge, Wiltshire. Reported 21st June Source Images Lucy Pringle Copyright… Continue reading

Videos: Recent UFO Sightings from Around the World

If you see an army on your borders, or see a large crowd watching but not making direct contact, then something is being stated without saying a word. It is a SHOW OF… Continue reading

Oceans heading for mass extinctions, experts warn

WASHINGTON — Mass extinctions of species in the world’s oceans are inevitable if current trends of overfishing, habitat loss, global warming and pollution continue, a panel of renowned marine scientists warned Tuesday. The combination… Continue reading

Dangerous radiation leaked from three-quarters of U.S. nuclear power plants

Dangerous radiation has leaked from three-quarters of all U.S. nuclear power stations raising fears the country’s water supplies could one day be contaminated. The number and severity of leaks has increased because of… Continue reading

West begins preparing for Syria regime collapse

LONDON — Western governments began to warn their nationals of an impending collapse in Syria. The British Foreign Office urged its nationals to leave Syria immediately while foreign carriers were still operating. Western… Continue reading

Nyack Area Ordered To Boil Water After High Levels Of Coliform Bacteria Found

NYACK, NY (AP / CBSNewYork) – About 15,000 customers in several suburban New York communities are being advised to boil their water due to the presence of high levels of coliform bacteria. The Rockland County Department… Continue reading

Federal Reserve Lowers Economic Outlook for Rest of Year

The Federal Reserve acknowledged Wednesday that the economy is growing more slowly than it expected. But it said it will complete its $600 billion Treasury bond buying program by June 30 as planned… Continue reading