Monthly Archives: April 2016

Coral Reefs ‘High Growth Rate’ 

The Future of Earth’s Coral Reefs in Remote Regions of the World “The six scientists report that coral communities on most of the studied reefs recovered rapidly, with carbonate budgets in 2015 averaging +3.7 kg CaCO3 per m2 per year. They also … Continue reading

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Donald Trump Talks About Celebs Moving to Canada

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Passover

KA-CHING!

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Anti-Israel Students Trap California University President to Prove They Aren’t ‘Terrorists’ – Just Kidnappers

Source: Anti-Israel Students Trap California University President to Prove They Aren’t ‘Terrorists’ | Video | TheBlaze.com

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Violent Anti-Trump Protesters Demonstrate Why Deportation and a Wall Are Necessary

Violent Protesters at Trump Rally in California Smash Police Car, Try to Tip It Over | Video | TheBlaze.com “The venue holds 8,200 people and approximately 3,000 attendees were turned away, which resulted in repeated chants of, “Let us in!” … Continue reading

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Bravo: Green Beret Not Discharged for Beating Up Child Rapist

Seems like an easy call, but the Obama administration had a hard time making the right call. Source: Army Just Made a Big Announcement About Green Beret They Ordered Discharged for Beating Up Child Rapist

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FAKE HATE=> ‘Racist’ Noose Drawing Leads to Two Black Students

Source: FAKE HATE=> ‘Racist’ Noose Drawing Leads to Two Black Students Authorities decided not to press charges after their hate crime investigation led to two black students. Tom Proctor · University of Georgia We can all rest ASSURED that if this … Continue reading

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