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Did something explode near an Iranian nuclear site in November?

There are new and clear images of Iran’s nuclear site near Isfahan after an explosion took place late November of this year. The true occurrence remains a puzzle--while something happened there has been no definitive proof of what exactly that something was.
FOX NEWS is reporting that, a week after reports of the explosion occurred at the nuclear site in Iran, they have obtained photographs that there are no indications on the photos that an explosion even took place--something the FOX NEWS report says would perhaps not be clear on anyway this soon after the alleged incident.
Initial reports in Iranian media of the explosion were removed very soon after publication. Israeli officials suggest a blast occurred near Isfahan.
Some have speculated that a covert attack occurred in Iran, something that very well could have led to the sounds of explosions in the area. Officially, nothing is being reported, said, or told. It is seemingly a matter now of someone's above top secret security fil…

Did something explode near an Iranian nuclear site in November?

There are new and clear images of Iran’s nuclear site near Isfahan after an explosion took place late November of this year. The true occurrence remains a puzzle--while something happened there has been no definitive proof of what exactly that something was.
FOX NEWS is reporting that, a week after reports of the explosion occurred at the nuclear site in Iran, they have obtained photographs that there are no indications on the photos that an explosion even took place--something the FOX NEWS report says would perhaps not be clear on anyway this soon after the alleged incident.
Initial reports in Iranian media of the explosion were removed very soon after publication. Israeli officials suggest a blast occurred near Isfahan.
Some have speculated that a covert attack occurred in Iran, something that very well could have led to the sounds of explosions in the area. Officially, nothing is being reported, said, or told. It is seemingly a matter now of someone's above top secret security fil…

A CME hits Mercury--and maybe something else?

A coronal mass ejection hit Mercury at the beginning of December..  When it did, it was captured on video, along with a mystery object some called a UFO or alien mothership—but an object others in the science community say may very well be a trick of the camera ..  What do you think?

A CME hits Mercury--and maybe something else?

A coronal mass ejection hit Mercury at the beginning of December..  When it did, it was captured on video, along with a mystery object some called a UFO or alien mothership—but an object others in the science community say may very well be a trick of the camera ..  What do you think?

Herpes ... by Calvin Klein?

In love?
The scent of sexual attraction may be something you’re actually trying to avoid: STDs!

Yes indeed, Russian scientists say taking a big whiff of love and lust and who you find attractive may actually have more to do with the scent of sexually transmitted diseases than anything else..

The research concluded, according to the Russians, that women found men with sexual diseases to be much less attractive than those who didn’t.. they described the men with gonorrhea as having putrid smells.

So how did the Russians find their samples? It couldn’t be more simple: Then they found 18 female students aged 17 to 20 from Kemerovo State University in Russia who were willing to serve as sweat-sniffers. They obtained sweat samples by dressing the men in tight-fitting T-shirts with cotton pads sewn into the armpits. After an hour of sweating, men bagged their shirts and the pads were placed in glass vials for the women to sniff.
The timeless odor of love. Sex. And STDs. 

So there you go, ladies, sn…

Herpes ... by Calvin Klein?

In love?
The scent of sexual attraction may be something you’re actually trying to avoid: STDs!

Yes indeed, Russian scientists say taking a big whiff of love and lust and who you find attractive may actually have more to do with the scent of sexually transmitted diseases than anything else..

The research concluded, according to the Russians, that women found men with sexual diseases to be much less attractive than those who didn’t.. they described the men with gonorrhea as having putrid smells.

So how did the Russians find their samples? It couldn’t be more simple: Then they found 18 female students aged 17 to 20 from Kemerovo State University in Russia who were willing to serve as sweat-sniffers. They obtained sweat samples by dressing the men in tight-fitting T-shirts with cotton pads sewn into the armpits. After an hour of sweating, men bagged their shirts and the pads were placed in glass vials for the women to sniff.
The timeless odor of love. Sex. And STDs. 

So there you go, ladies, sn…

Is there a correlation between earthquakes and hurricanes?

A new study seems to correlate effectively hurricanes and earthquakes … the connection is striking. 


According to the new report (and potentially new science that needs to be investigated), by dumping rain and causing landslides, hurricanes can change the weight of the Earth in tectonically-stressed regions, releasing loads that had been keeping the faults locked in tight.. and therefore, earthquakes may actually occur as a result.
Amazing stuff.. truly amazing. 

Mother Jones has a good story on this, too..

Is there a correlation between earthquakes and hurricanes?

A new study seems to correlate effectively hurricanes and earthquakes … the connection is striking. 


According to the new report (and potentially new science that needs to be investigated), by dumping rain and causing landslides, hurricanes can change the weight of the Earth in tectonically-stressed regions, releasing loads that had been keeping the faults locked in tight.. and therefore, earthquakes may actually occur as a result.
Amazing stuff.. truly amazing. 

Mother Jones has a good story on this, too..

Strange ad being pulled

Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board caught with pants down after strange ad creates controversy..

And as the PHILADELPHIA WEEKLY points out, the PLCB is trying to make money while creating ads to get people to stop drinking.. strange.. indeed. The ad won't be around anymore.. only to be seen now in the historical annals of internet and advertising history.

Strange ad being pulled

Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board caught with pants down after strange ad creates controversy..

And as the PHILADELPHIA WEEKLY points out, the PLCB is trying to make money while creating ads to get people to stop drinking.. strange.. indeed. The ad won't be around anymore.. only to be seen now in the historical annals of internet and advertising history.