Wednesday, December 28, 2005

2005-12-27 HEADLINE ROUNDUP

SICK CANADIAN COURTS APPROVE TEEN GROUP SEX CLUBS
The Canadian Supreme Court ruling that redefined obscenity for that nation and legalized group-sex clubs, combined with Canada's unusually low age of consent – 14 – will result in an influx of pedophiles to America's neighbor to the nortH...







WERE WE ON THE MOON IN 2309 B.C.?
Now for the stunning sequel. In 1952, a Soviet expedition arrived. The group was shown by Tibetan monks some ancient documents, whose descriptions agreed with those of Duparc. But here is the breathtaking part: the milky white stone, so said the documents





  • Scores sickened in Russia by a gas attack at store
    A gas attack in a home-supply store on one of the busiest shopping days of the year sickened scores of people Monday in an incident that police said was likely motivated by a commercial dispute or blackmail attempt.

  • CANCER KILLER? NEW GENE THERAPY MAY HOLD KEY TO CURE
    Despite the thousands of possible genetic abberrations and reconfigurations, scientists have discovered all cancer develops along ten pathways, and that shutting those pathways down can eliminate the disease.

  • Sponge puzzles superbug experts
    Tests on new anti-MRSA antibiotics show the microbes thrived on one kitchen scourer, but not others. Researchers at Heriot Watt University want to know why the sponge is so effective at producing antibiotics.