A new study show that by 2050, the United States must cut its emissions by at least 80% below those created in the year 2000 if the world is to avoid potentially dangerous impacts of human-induced climate change.

To avoid the most severe effects of climate change, the world must stabilize the concentration of heat trapping gases in the atmosphere at no more than 450 parts per million. This 450-parts-per-million limit aims to avoid a temperature increase exceeding 3.5 degrees Fahrenheit in a global average temperature above pre-industrial levels?a benchmark which geoscientist Katharine Hayhoe thinks could wreak increasing havoc on the environment as it is exceeded.
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As Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad landed in New York for a UN meeting and a controversial visit to Columbia University, Senator Charles Liberman (D-Mass) introduced a bill paving the way for an attack on Iran and former national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski warned that administration statements about Iran were disturbingly similar to statements made about Iraq prior to the invasion of that country.
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Will we attack Iran next? Prophet John Hogue talks about why we thinks we will in this week’s incredible Dreamland show! In his new Insight, John Hogue writes that the coming US air strike attack against Iran is revealed in the prophecy of Nostradamus. Don’t miss this exciting prediction, and remember: you read it HERE first!

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We once scandalized our readers by revealing that sperm is an excellent antidepressant. Now we’re going to shock you again by reporting that masturbation may protect men from prostate cancer.

A new study shows that men can reduce their risk of getting prostate cancer if they masturbate regularly, because cancer-causing chemicals build up in the prostate when men do not ejaculate on a regular basis. The protective effect works best for men in their 20’s (which is the age when men tend to do the most masturbating!)

BBC news quotes Australian researcher Anthony Smith as saying, “Masturbation is part of people’s sexual repertoire. If these findings hold up, then it’s perfectly reasonable that men should be encouraged to masturbate.”
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