Too Big to Fail: El Niño Event Is Practically Guaranteed This Year

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By Joshua Krause – Ready Nutrition

It seems like every couple of years, the folks at NASA or NOAA will issue a press release saying something along the lines of “this year we’ll have the big one” before adding that El Niño may be gearing up to dump devastating rains all over the Americas. The frequency of these predictions seems to have increased in recent years, largely due to the epic drought that has been drying up the Western United States as of late. The people living in these regions are praying for rain, even if it arrives in disastrous proportions, and the media is more than willing to entertain their fantasy.

This year has been no different, with climatologists predicting an El Niño weather pattern that could break records. Of course, making long-term weather forecasts is no easy task, and they’re wrong more often than they’re right. However, based…

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Are Acai berries essential? The simple, surprising, scientific answer!

Is it healthful?

Not that long ago I went on a trip to Hawaii where I was offered an Acai bowl. I had never been offered an ass eye bowl before and it certainly didn’t sound particularly appetising. In fact it sounded like nothing more than a recipe for an inflamed conjunctiva.

Regardless, being a young, naive, kangaroo loving, bloody Australian mate, I thought I’d give it a red hot crack (give it a try). To my pleasure, the combination of both ac and ai was simply tremendous. What flavours!
If I thought the flavour was great, the health benefits that were supposedly to follow were even greater. Yes, my waiter informed me that this little berry alone: aided in weight loss, improved sports performance, helped cure cancer and even promoted world peace. Right on, man!
This, in a word, seemed like bullshit, so I thought I would have a look at the…

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Forgetting Ed Miliband: a parody of Russell Brand’s brief Labour love affair – video

Forgetting Ed Miliband: a parody of Russell Brand’s brief Labour love affair – video

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Indian never crossed the bpl border line

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because  the  people of indian rich people getting  benefits  from poor  people  facilities and enjoying the life and exploitation the  poor  peoples ,

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How Old is the Word ‘Hindu’?

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I Wish I’d Known Then What I Know Now | Athene Donald’s Blog

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Measles Is Serious (A History Lesson from My Grandmother)

The Science of Mom

Measles is back. The outbreak of this highly contagious viral illness that started at Disneyland in December has spread across the country and shows no signs of slowing. As of February 6, the CDC reported 121 cases in 17 states in this year alone, most linked to Disneyland. In 2014, we had 644 cases of measles in the U.S. This is a striking increase compared to the last 15 years, when we usually saw less than 100 cases in an entire year.

measles 2015 CDCI’m sorry that so many people have been sickened in this outbreak and hope that it is reined in soon. This is no easy task given our mobile society and the fact that we like to congregate in places like Disneyland, schools, doctors’ offices, hospitals, airplanes, and shopping malls. Add to that the pockets of unvaccinated people where measles can easily spread, and we have a recipe…

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