100,000 invited to post their genomes online – in the name of science

A hundred thousand British volunteers could have their genetic information available to anyone in the world. Some scientists warn the Personal Genome Project may be a step too far for confidentiality. The project is US-based and allows people to find out more about their genetic profiles, plus contribute to advances in medical science. Volunteers from […]

Space Cases: The Weirdest Legal Claims in Outer Space

In January, a Quebec man named Sylvio Langvein walked into a courthouse in Canada and filed a suit declaring himself owner of the planets in our solar system, four of Jupiter’s moons, and the interplanetary space between. As we enter an era when people are seriously advocating that the U.S. establish property rights on the […]

Anonymous warns Canada Grand Prix fans of fresh plot

ShareThis Anonymous warns Canada Grand Prix fans of fresh plot 30 May 2012 Hacker group Anonymous is threatening another attack on Formula One during the Canadian Grand Prix on June 10 in support of protesting Quebec students. They have warned potential attendees to the event that they might be able to access their credit card […]

Game Over for the Climate

ShareThis Game Over for the Climate By James Hansen 10 May 2012 Global warming isn’t a prediction. It is happening. That is why I was so troubled to read a recent interview with President Obama in Rolling Stone in which he said that Canada would exploit the oil in its vast tar sands reserves “regardless […]

Could climate change make Canada a future superpower?

+ In Laurence C. Smith’s new book “The World in 2050,” which focuses on the effects of climate change over the next 40 years, it is theorized that Canada could become a global superpower. Mr. Smith believes that the warmer temperatures will bring out more natural resources such as water, oil and gas. This will […]

Canada boosts police powers, alarms privacy watchdog

A new law gives police stronger powers to track what Canadians do online, but raises concern from the privacy watchdog about “warrantless access to personal information.” The Conservative government says the draft law it unveiled on Tuesday aims at hunting down pedophiles or other criminals by giving police, the country’s spy agency and the Competition […]

Canada unveils new cyber monitoring rules

From: Breitbart.com Canada’s government Tuesday introduced a bill to give law enforcement authorities sweeping powers to probe online communications, but the move sparked criticism about threats to privacy. “New technologies provide new ways of committing crimes, making them more difficult to investigate,” Justice Minister Rob Nicholson told a press conference in unveiling the measure. “This […]

Radioactive iodine in rainwater: Public was in the dark

ShareThis Radioactive iodine in rainwater: Public was in the dark 14 Jan 2012 After the Fukushima nuclear accident, Canadian health officials assured a nervous public that virtually no radioactive fallout had drifted to Canada. But last March, a Health Canada monitoring station in Calgary detected an average of 8.18 becquerels per litre of radioactive iodine […]

End of Nations: Canada, the US and the “Security Perimeter”

“American President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Harper have unveiled a new border security agreement that has received scant attention in the American media. However, far from being a new arrangement, what this accord represents is only the latest in a chain of usurpations of national sovereignty. ” Video from: YouTube.com GlobalResearchTV.ca Red Ice Creations […]

“High Concentrations” of Radiation Hit US and Canada — Plume Was Rich in Cesium-137 and “Close to the Surface” From Vancouver Southward — See also Hawaii, Florida (MAPS)

Enenews.com October 29, 2011 SOURCE: Xenon-133 and caesium-137 releases into the atmosphere from the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant, Stohl, A., Seibert, P., Wotawa, G., Arnold, D., Burkhart, J. F., Eckhardt, S., Tapia, C., Vargas, A., and Yasunari, T. J., October 20, 2011 Here are some excerpts concerning North America [Emphasis Added]: “Already on 15 […]