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CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL CAPS LOCK DAY

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International caps lock day is today, although we choose not to do it, as many people find it most annoying. So no more shouting from us, okay! So if you use twitter of Facebook, you may seen an increase in caps lock usage today, and now you know the reason why, as today is officially …

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Wear Purple October 20 for Spirit Day to End Bullying, Hatred, and Intolerance

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Wear purple October 20 for spirit day is gaining steam to put an end to bullying, hatred and intolerance. The thought for this event was made by teenager Brittany McMillan as a memory of the young people whom have committed suicide after being bullied, and the idea is really simple, that everyone rally together. You …

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Hurricane Paula Path Hurricane Paula Headed Towards Cuban Western Coastline

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As of 8 AM today, the eye of Hurricane Paula was moving over the Yucatan Channel between Mexico and Cuba, the Miami-based National Hurricane Center said this morning. It was about 55 miles or 90 kilometers east of Cancun, Mexico, in the Yucatan Peninsula, and about 70 miles or 115 kilometers west-southwest of the most …

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John Lennons Birthday is Tomorrow Saturday October 9th

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Tomorrow marks John Lennons birthday, the famed former Beatles and pop star, whom would have been 70 had it not been for the fatal shots fired by Mark David Chapman in New York in 1980, and marks the 30 year anniversary of his shooting. There is still a drawing for his life and work as …

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Chile Miners Rescue

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The Chile Miners Rescue effort is the deepest ever made by all current records of mining disasters, and on top of that the miners were underground longer than anyone whom has ever made it out alive. It was also one of the most advanced rescues of its kind, and the current thought is that it …

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Cholera Epidemic Outbreak Hits Quake Ravaged Haiti

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A cholera outbreak has Haiti’s government and aid workers and organizations fighting today to contain the cholera epidemic. It has killed at least 140 people and has affected more than 1500, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Cholera is a virulent diarrheal disease, which typically comes from contaminated water or food containing the cholera …

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Rare Earth Elements Vital to Green Technology Becoming Harder to Get From China

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Rare earth elements or minerals (REEs), aren’t actually rare, as they are as abundant as nickel or tin, and come by the obscure names such as dysprosium, gadolinium and praseodymium. While these names are your average household name, or item, these elements are crucial in the high tech labs and assembly plants, as they are …

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Hurricane Paula Forecast Thursday October 14th 2010

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Hurricane Paula currently is still hugging the north coast of western Cuba, and the forecast is to weaken. Watches and warnings have also changed, as the Government of Cuba has replaced the Hurricane warnings for the Province of Pinar Del Rio with a new tropical storm warning. There are also tropical storm warnings in effect …

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