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According to the Mail Online:
The Chinese government has revealed for the first time that it has nuclear submarines capable of attacking cities throughout the United States.
Last week, state-run Chinese news agencies - such as China Central TV, the People’s Daily, the Global Times, the PLA Daily, the China Youth Daily and the Guangmin Daily - ran identical reports about the 'awesomeness' of the People's Liberation Army's submarine force.
'This is the first time in 42 years since the establishment of our navy’s strategic submarine force that we reveal on such a large scale the secrets of our first-generation underwater nuclear force,' the Global Times said in a lengthy article titled 'China for the First Time Possesses Effective Underwater Nuclear Deterrence against the United States.'
Main Topic: China Plans Nuclear War!
Side Topic: TSA agent (or was he?) shoots other TSA agents at LAX. Woman is chased around her workplace by cop trying to taze her. I have tips for Colorado Voters who are trying to decide how to tax Weed. You've heard of Left & Right wings being the same? Well FL race for Gov. gets even LAZIER. White House verifies that Israel Air Force attacked Syrian missile stores & Israel is pissed. The undistorted truth about the coming food stamp "cuts."
All this in 30 Minutes!!
When I was two years old, I told my mother that I wanted to go home, “home” meaning back to the Divine. I have always been very intuitive and able to “see through” people, sensing their deepest desires, dreams, and fears. However, I resisted my mother’s attempts to get me into her spiritual practices, and in my teens I rebelled against what I considered to be her “airy-fairy bullshit.” At 15 my mother sent me to learn yoga to calm me down, and at my first Holotropic Breathwork session at 19, I learned to meditate. After seeing the obvious benefits, I decided to start my own practice. When I was 22, I cracked open a yoga book called The Five Tibetans, which my mother had given to me at 17 but had sat on my bookshelf, untouched, for years. Thus began my lifelong practice of the Five Tibetans, which I believe to be a source of youthfulness. Also at that time I began to practice yoga and open eye meditation with a group of Buddhist monks at the Kanzeonji Non-Sectarian Buddhist Temple in Mt. Washington, California. I once meditated for 7.5 hours with my monk friends. I was invited to become a member of their temple, which is a huge honor only bestowed upon those who practice with intense regularity and sincere integrity. If you hear me talk about my Osho, I am referring to the Master of the Kanzeonji Temple. He still tries to get me to learn how to stand on my head, which one day, I will.
In 2000 I traveled to Tibet and began my studies to become a Spiritual Counselor under the great OC Smith, founder of The City of Angels Church of Religious Science. In 2002 I obtained my Professional Practitioner license.
Happy Halloween 2013 !!
Yup, I am going to see if any spirits exist inside my home. No trick, just a raw broadcast.
Every October I encounter at least a few unusual things - green light streaks that disappear and conversations between invisible people. No drug trips, trust me, these are unexplained occurences.
Today, I'm simply going to do a kind of seance over the phone to see if anything happens. Perhaps nothing will happen, but I feel it's worth a go, especially since I am a psychic.
You are welcome to phone in and share your own ghost search live if you believe spirits are close by.
According to the ancients, autumn is when the spirit world is closest to the physical world.
Also ,feel free to share any true ghost stories you have experienced.
You must be at least 18 to call.
The show begins at 11:30 so drop in and get "spirited".
- Rick A. Zolar
Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh interviewed Professor Robert Garmong about "Censorship in China" in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. How does censorship work in China? What can ordinary people access or not? What is the Chinese government most concerned to conceal? What are the consequences of speaking out? What do ordinary people think of the censorship? Robert Garmong, an American living and working in China, will answer these questions and more. Robert Garmong is Lecturer of Business at the Surrey International Institute of Dongbei University of Finance and Economics in Dalian, China. He studied economics and political science at the University of Chicago, and has a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Texas (Austin). His blog is "Professor in Dalian." To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page. For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
The setting is Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon which starts in Minneapolis and ends at the Capitol building in St. Paul. Joe takes you to the expo, then all 26.2 miles as he runs and broadcasts from this first class race. At the expo we'll meet a runner who has never run more than 10 miles, a woman who was at the finish line when bomb #1 went off in Boston and a race director from another race who used a clever trick to get runners to come to his booth. During the race you'll hear from a single woman looking for a guy, a neighbor who won't let Joe use her bathroom, a runner who only track calories lost, not miles run, Joe gets into it with a woman with an offensive sign, you'll meet a runner coming back after a stroke, hear from a woman overcome by emotion at mile 22 and a special treat in the post race, plus much, much more.
Tonite (10.21.2013) we covered:
JP morgan fined 13 billion FRNs for its part in the mortgage-backed securities scam which caused the second Great Depression.
The MK-Ultra shooting in Nevada where the pshooter only killed a teacher and himself and wounded two students.
Smog in some Red Chinese cities is so thick it is like the fog in London.
French and Mexican officials are hopping mad about the NSA eavesdropping on the.
Cure for baldness? Vegetarian diet.
Biker stunts on roads.