‘The Yangtze River, the third longest river in the world traditionally known as the “golden watercourse,” mysteriously blushed for the first time on Sept. 6. Residents in the surrounding area near the city of Chongqing, where the Yangtze connects to the Jialin River, literally stopped in their tracks when they noticed their once golden river had turned a shocking shade of red.
‘For photos of the once golden Yangtze River, check out the pictures in the photo gallery above. For photos of what the newly-red Yangtze looks like, take a look at these photos here…’
Farm Antibiotics Making Us Sick
‘The numbers released quietly by the federal government this year were alarming. A ferocious germ resistant to many types of antibiotics had increased tenfold on chicken breasts, the most commonly eaten meat on the nation’s dinner tables.
‘But instead of a learning from a broad national inquiry into a troubling trend, scientists said they were stymied by a lack of the most basic element of research: solid data…’ more
Major 9/11 Breakthrough
‘Amazingly, PBS (public broadcasting in the US) has been screening an intelligent documentary about 9/11. It’s called “9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out”
‘It focuses on the hundreds of professional architects and engineers who have put their reputations on the line to dispute the official story of the World Trade Center collapses on 9/11…’
9 Celebs Who Were Insulted By Playboy
Isn’t the implication they were too cheap? Here are three of them
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Mark Nichol thinks this career-research technique is so useful, and so many people are (surprisingly) unfamiliar with it, that he had to write a post about it. And I say that Nichol thinks rightly
‘So, you think you want to work for a certain company or in a particular profession in a specific position or department. How do you know for sure? How do you find out? Conducting informational interviews is a good place to start.
‘Here are questions to ask (but find out what you can through your own research first):…’