28 Points Of Comparison Between 1970s America And America Today – Which Do You Think Is Better?

4. In 1970, a gallon of gasoline cost 36 cents.  Today, the average price for a gallon of gasoline is about $3.27.

5. In the 1970s we still had rotary phones.  Today, we have iPhones.

6. In the 1970s, presidents were tapping the phones of their enemies.  Today, the government is recording all of our calls.  In fact, the NSA intercepts and permanently stores close to 2 billion emails and phone calls every single day.

7. In the 1970s, gum chewing and talking in class were some of the major disciplinary problems in our schools.  Today, many of our public schools have been equipped with metal detectors because violence has become so bad.

8. In the 1970s, you could sit down and watch television with your children in the evenings without being too concerned about what they were about to see.  Today, not so much.

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New Health Ranger video: Why heavy metals are so dangerous to human health: lead, cadmium, arsenic and mercury

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• People with kidney disease should seek to drastically reduce cadmium intake.

• People with cancer should drastically reduce arsenic intake.

• People with mental health issues should drastically reduce copper intake.

• People with cognitive disorders or depression should drastically reduce lead intake.

• People with Alzheimer’s or dementia should drastically reduce aluminum intake.

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(HQ Video) Valdez Alaska Avalanche – Keystone Canyon 2014

I imagine some wise old-timers warned of this happening someday.

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Valdez Avalanche Keystone Canyon 2014

Published on Jan 28, 2014

The 2014 Valdez, Alaska Keystone Canyon Avalanche. The road into Valdez, Alaska has been blocked by an avalanche and the Lowe river has been blocked, creating a lake over the road. The Black Ops Heli-Ski Village was spared with the river/lake just missing it.

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University of Alaska Scientists: Fukushima Radiation May Be Making Alaska Seals Sick

University of Alaska Scientists: Fukushima Radiation May Be Making Alaska Seals Sick

Is Fukushima Radiation Making West Coast Wildlife Sick?

American sailors on the USS Reagan got really sick after having snowball fights with radioactive snowblowing off of the coast of Fukushima.

University of Alaska professors Doug Dasher, John Kelley, Gay Sheffield, and Raphaela Stimmelmayr theorize that radioactive snow might have also caused Alaska’s seals to become sick (page 222; hat tipEneNews):

On March 11, 2011 off Japan’s west coast, an earthquake-generated tsunami struck the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant resulting in a major nuclear accident that included a large release of airborne radionuclides into the environment. Within five days of the accident atmospheric air masses carrying Fukushima radiation were transiting into the northern Bering and Chukchi seas. During summer 2011 it became evident to coastal communities and wildlife management agencies that there was a novel disease outbreak occurring in several species of Arctic ice-associated seals. Gross symptoms associated with the disease included lethargy, no new hair growth, and skin lesions, with the majority of the outbreak reports occurring between the Nome and Barrow region. NOAA and USFWS declared an Alaska Northern Pinnipeds Usual Mortality Event (UME) in late winter of 2011. The ongoing Alaska 2011 Northern Pinnipeds UME investigation continues to explore a mix of potential etiologies (infectious, endocrine, toxins, nutritious etc.), including radioactivity. Currently, the underlying etiology remains undetermined [i.e. scientists don’t yet know what caused the seals’ sickness, but they think it might have been Fukushima radiation]. We present results on gamma analysis (cesium 134 and 137) of muscle tissue from control and diseased seals, and discuss wildlife health implications from different possible routes of exposure to Fukushima fallout to ice seals. Since the Fukushima fallout period occurred during the annual sea ice cover period from Nome to Barrow, a sea ice based fallout scenario in addition to a marine food web based one is of particular relevance for the Fukushima accident. Under a proposed sea ice fallout deposition scenario, radionuclides would have been settled onto sea ice. Sea ice and snow would have acted as a temporary refuge for deposited radionuclides; thus radionuclides would have only become available for migration during the melting season and would not have entered the regional food web in any appreciable manner until breakup (pulsed release). The cumulative on-iceexposure for ice seals would have occurred through externalinhalation, and non-equilibrium dietary pathways during the ice-based seasonal spring haulout period for molting/pupping/breeding activities. Additionally, ice seals would have been under dietary/metabolic constraints and experiencing hormonal changes associated with reproduction and molting.

Here are some pictures of the sick seals (rounded up by EneNews):

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(audio interview) Mark Farner ‘American Band’ is Awake on 9/11, etc.! | Writing ‘Closer to Home’ | “When you’ve got some nut at the top things are going to be nutty at the bottom”

“Closer to Home” was one of my favorite songs, growing up.

“American Band” absolutely kicks too with powerful, overcoming, revival fire!

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“When you’ve got some nut at the top
things are going to be nutty at the bottom.”

– Mark Farner

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American Free Press Interview

The Jack Blood Show 1.14.14 w/ Mark Farner (Grand Funk Railroad)