Scientific Proof of the Presence of the “God Field” Confirmed by CERN

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In what could have been a Declaration of Global Energy Independence on July 4th, 2012, CERN Research of Switzerland announced the discovery of the “Higgs” boson, also known as the “God particle”. The real story is that an international group of scientists confirmed the existence of an All-Pervading Field of incalculable energy, which precedes and is the source of all mass.

The way the announcement was made by CERN left the impression that scientists had merely discovered yet another “particle”, another tiny piece of existence, which has little


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A Petition to Support the Saving American Democracy Amendment

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Sen. Bernie Sanders has proposed a constitutional amendment that would overturn the Supreme Court decision in a case called Citizens United vs. FEC.

The Saving American Democracy Amendment states that:

• Corporations are not persons with constitutional rights equal to real people.
• Corporations are subject to regulation by the people.
• Corporations may not make campaign contributions.
• Congress and states have the power to regulate campaign finances.

 

 

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White House Could Cast Decisive Vote to Permit 20,000 Fracking Wells in Delaware River Basin

Friday 11 November 2011
by: Amy Goodman, Democracy Now! | Report

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This week the Delaware River Basin Commission released draft regulations to allow for the natural gas drilling technique hydraulic fracturing, known as fracking, in the river’s watershed, which provides water to 15.6 million people in New York City, Philadelphia and New Jersey. The proposed plan would allow for some 20,000 gas wells to be developed in the watershed. A vote on the regulations is set for Nov. 21 and could prompt a battle between activists and the White House, which holds a seat on the commission and may cast the deciding vote. We speak with Josh Fox, whose documentary about fracking, "Gasland," was nominated for an Academy Award, and play an excerpt of his new video about the possible impacts natural gas fracking could have in the Delaware River Basin.

AMY GOODMAN: While environmentalists are claiming a temporary victory after the Obama administration put off approving the tar sands oil pipeline, another major fight between environmentalists and the White House is brewing in the Northeast. Earlier this week, the Delaware River Basin Commission released draft regulations to allow for the major natural gas drilling technique known as "fracking" in the river’s watershed. The Commission is expected to vote on the rules on November 21st. With one seat on the Commission, the White House may cast the deciding vote. The states of New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware also each have a representative on the board.

In a moment we’ll be joined by the film director and activist Josh Fox, who made the Academy Award-nominated film Gasland. But first let’s turn to his new short web video about this upcoming vote.

JOSH FOX: The Delaware River has never been in greater danger. There’s never been a more decisive or important moment in the fight against fracking and the Delaware River Basin than right now. Gas drilling companies have leased over 200,000 acres that border the Delaware River and its tributaries. For the past three-and-a-half years, thousands upon thousands of citizens and scores of organizations have fought to keep gas drilling of the Delaware River Basin. And for the past three-and-a-half years, the region has been in moratorium. On November 21st, all that could change.

 

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Stop the Anti-Environment Attack

The anti-environment wing of the Republican Party is trying to destroy the Environmental Protection Agency. It's step one in letting their biggest supporters completely disregard environmental protections -- no matter what the cost.

I know that statement sounds too scary to be true, and I wish it were. But with Newt Gingrich and a number of members of Congress calling for just that, we have to take it seriously.

And we have to fight back.

Join nearly 10,000 of our fellow Americans who care about clean air and clean water and have already signed my petition to the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee building support to vote NO on anti-environment legislation. Sign the petition today—before I deliver it this Monday!

Bit by bit, the new extremist majority in the House and their allies in the Senate have been introducing legislation to chip away at environmental protections.

Every move they take against the EPA is an effort to delegitimize it and eventually eliminate it—to prevent the EPA from keeping our air and water clean and regulating the gases that cause climate change. All this despite the fact that recent polling shows 69% of Americans support the EPA enacting tougher regulations on airborne pollution.[1]

Americans knows that our greatest future economic successes will come from a clean energy revolution, creating millions of new jobs in industries we haven’t even begun to build. Failing to innovate now—and sacrificing our health while the big polluters win—is exactly the kind of backward-looking stance we don’t need at this critical juncture for our country.

We have a real chance to stop these latest attacks in the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. But to do it, we need to make sure the committee hears us.

Can you help?

Sign my petition to the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee urging them to vote NO on anti-environment legislation

Thank you for your help—and thank you for standing up for sensible environmental protections!

Sincerely,
Mark Udall
CO, U.S. Senator

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Protect Net Neutrality

URGENT: Sign Mark Udall's petition "20,000 strong for Net Neutrality!"

Sign my petition to demand that Congress stand up for a free and open internet.

UPDATE:
We won! The Senate has voted this measure down. The Internet must be protected from the corporate interests that were the real hands behind this Bill. Thanks to Senator Mark Udall for attracting our attention to this matter. Democracy requires participation! - Adam Trombly 11/10/11


 

 

 

TRACKING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS

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