Archive for January 12th, 2011

Be prepared for close encounters with aliens, says Scots scientist

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Be prepared for close encounters with aliens, says Scots scientist By Mike Farrell STV.tv We should be prepared for contact with aliens, a Scottish-based scientist has argued. In order to cope with any interaction with extraterrestrial life forms, the researcher has argued that the United Nations (UN) must set up a branch to deal... »

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Food Price Shock Cometh

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com 01/12/2011 Today, some Fed member, arguably of a Dovish persuasion, made headlines by saying that inflation was tame in all but food and energy. We are confident he is right. So for all those readers who are lucky enough to not have to eat, fill up with gas, or heat... »

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Mystery deepens: Radar captures mysterious turbulence over Beebe, Ark. as doomed birds take flight

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

By: Mark Johnson NewsNet5.com CLEVELAND – They looked like newly developing thunderstorms, but they were not. Storms were well east of the Little Rock, Arkansas radar when the mysterious anomalies began to appear. Four times between 9pm, December 31st and 1am on January 1, these circular radar echoes popped up on NEXRAD Doppler radar,... »

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Rain Puts Aussie Wheat Crops at Risk: May Worsen Global Shortage

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Rain puts Aussie wheat crops at risk Quality issues may worsen global shortage By Bruce Hextall CalgaryHerald.com January 12, 2011 Australia’s wheat harvest faces further quality downgrades with torrential rains forecast to hit southern wheat crops, threatening to worsen a global shortage of premium-grade grain. So far, downgrades have been concentrated in Australia’s northeastern... »

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Food, Heating Oil Riots Leave 35 Dead in Tunisia

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

‘Dozens killed’ in Tunisia protests BBC.co.uk 11 January 2011 At least 35 people have died in violent unrest in Tunisia, according to a human rights group. The authorities have said 21 people were killed in protests in recent days. Union and health officials suggest that 50 died in the town of Kasserine alone. Fresh... »

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World food price shock feared

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

By Boo Chanco The Philippine Star January 12, 2011 The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has raised the alarm on the potential danger of a “food price shock”, specially for the poor people in developing countries. The FAO has announced that its food price index… a basket tracking the wholesale cost of staple... »

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The global food supply chain is built on shifting ground

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

David Rae ProcurementBlog Tuesday, January 11 In recent weeks there’s been a sensational level of focus on food supply. Though Procurement Leaders has been tracking the price volatility for months now, once certain price gates are breached, the public starts to get interested. And while it’s difficult to say, especially after the ups and... »

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49 states with snow, 1180 new snowfall records set in the USA this past week – is February Headed For Record Snowfall?

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

by Anthony Watts WattsUpWithThat.com February 13, 2010 AP’s Seth Borenstein is running a story titled “49 states dusted with snow; Hawaii’s the holdout“. As shown in the map below, every state in the Continental US has snow someplace. As pointed out in the article, this is a rare occurrence: The idea of 50 states... »

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The Global Economic Crisis: Financial Fraud has Become Increasingly Pervasive

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

By: Bob Chapman Market Oracle Jan 12, 2011 The U6 number fell to 16-7/8% from 17% last month, thus, the real unemployment number is 22-1/4%, off 3/8 of 1 percent in two months. The average duration of unemployment heads back up to a new record 34.2-weeks and when the share of the unemployed ranks... »

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U.S. Housing Slump Worse than the Great Depression

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

By: Washingtons Blog Market Oracle Jan 12, 2011 Zillow’s reports: The Zillow Home Value Index has now fallen 26% since its peak in June 2006. That’s more than the 25.9% decline in the Depression-era years between 1928 and 1933. November marked the 53rd consecutive month of home value declines, with the Zillow Home Value... »

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