Posts Tagged ‘steam’

Stormy Loses Steam as Media Sandbags Porn Star, Lawyer

Stormy Loses Steam as Media Sandbags Porn Star, Lawyer Stormy’s 15 minutes of fame drawing to a close? Prison May 14, 2018 The Stormy Daniels saga is likely losing steam, given a recent slate of news articles critical of the porn star and her lawyer. For starters, the Daily Beast, a left-wing outlet, reported […]

California’s Proposed Net Neutrality Bill Gains Steam

California’s Proposed Net Neutrality Bill Gains Steam Above photo: By Greg Nash. A proposed net neutrality bill in California advanced this week, when lawmakers on the state Senate Committee approved the measure. The bill (SB 822), introduced last month by state Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco), would restore the Obama-era net neutrality rules in the […]

Full steam ahead! Russian Navy gets new nuclear sub, warships, and Kalibr cruise missiles

     The Russian Navy has expanded its strategic capabilities by commissioning a nuclear submarine, three new warships, two helicopters and a number of home-made Kalibr cruise missiles. “The Navy took delivery of the repaired Project 667BDRM strategic underwater missile cruiser Tula, three warships and support vessels of the auxiliary fleet, two helicopters and 46 Kalibr […]

How Do Unruly Teens Typically Blow Off Steam?

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“We Are Those Lions”: 5 Strikes & Riots That Shook Modern Britain

Print Friendly Above: People confronting police with riot gear at Notting Hill Carnival, west London, 1978 “We have encountered already the drive-train, which, turned by agrarian advances, will spin the wheels of the Industrial Revolution. The race for productivity, the very basis of capitalist development, means the replacement of labor power with means of production, living […]

Atlanta airport gives ultimatum to TSA over severe delays

     The general manager of the Atlanta International Airport is threatening to privatize security and baggage screening duties, since the shortage of TSA staff is causing severe delays at the world’s busiest airport. Last year, the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in the US state of Georgia handled 22.7 million passengers, more than Beijing, Dubai or […]

I am So Sorry for Endorsing Phil Anselmo

Andrew AnglinDaily Stormer January 31, 2016 I am so sorry I endorsed Phil Anselmo. Man, give me another chance ta – pfff. Just give me another chance, I love all yall. And anyone who’s met me, anyone who knows me knows that I love all of you. Bless you. Source Article from Hits: 2

Carbon Capture: key green technology shackled by costs

World leaders have vowed to seek a comprehensive climate deal at an upcoming UN conference in Paris Every credible plan to save humanity from global warming reserves a key role for a green energy technology called carbon capture and storage. But there’s a problem: no one has figured out a viable way to pay for […]

Islam’s trivia-mongering hate preachers

Nuruddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Information & Analysis, writes: Hardly a day passes nowadays without an atrocity being committed somewhere in the world by Islamists of one kind or another – the “Islamic State” group, Al-Qaeda, Boko Haram, Al-Shabaab, Army of Islam, Army of Conquest, and many others. Muslim-majority countries – Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Libya, Somalia, […]

Electrical problems trigger radioactive steam release at Palisades

Eartha Jane Melzer Michigan Messenger Sept 28, 2011 Entergy’s Palisades nuclear plant near South Haven on Lake Michigan is venting radioactive steam into the environment as part of an unplanned shutdown triggered by an electrical accident. This shutdown, which began Sunday evening, came just five days after the plant restarted from a shutdown that was […]

Cracked Fukushima: Radioactive steam escapes danger zone

Russia Today August 17, 2011 Workers at Japan’s Fukushima plant say the ground under the facility is cracking and radioactive steam is escaping through the cracks. The cooling system at the plant failed after the devastating tsunami hit Japan in March, sparking a nuclear crisis. But new evidence suggests that Fukushima reactors were doomed to […]

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