The National Park Service (NPS) and the University of Colorado have released a joint report on sea level rise, despite alleged attempts by NPS officials to censure the report’s discussions regarding the effects of human activity on climate change. Its release follows a delay caused by a lengthy administrative review that started in early 2017, and the attempted editing also appears to be
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There can be no doubt that the variety of information available on the internet is incredibly wide and varied, and limited only by the imagination of its users. As with all aspects of life, this diversity of subject matter encompasses all extremes, from the lightest and most positive to the darkest and most vile of pursuits, and all shades of grey in between.
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Whitley Strieber and Jim Marrs go deeper into the issue of censorship. Whitley tells the chilling story of what Parade Magazine did to him prior to the publication of Confirmation. His description of what it was like to give a talk at the Pentagon bookstore, literally TO a group of people who were probably behind this vicious and destructive act, is completely unforgettable. And Jim tells us just what has been censored in his own work. Then they BOTH describe their upcoming, earth-shattering books–which are coming out at a time when people finally have ears to hear the voices that have for so many years been crying in the desert.
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The first edition of The Key, published by Walker & Collier in 2002, was censored by unknown parties. The second edition, published this month by Tarcher/Penguin, contains the dialogue between Whitley Strieber and the Master of the Key as it Mr. Strieber originally transcribed it in 2001. Whitley says, "When I saw what had been done to my edition, I was appalled and I was furious at myself for not noticing it in all these years.read more