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January 28, 2010

NEW: Red Ice TV - Episode 4 - Symbolism in Logos
This episode was filmed in Bath and Bristol, England featuring special guests such as Michael Tsarion, Neil Hague, Ralph Ellis, Leo Rutherford, Neil Kramer, Dan Tatman and Peter Taylor. We also interview a priest, university students, teachers and of course a couple random pub interviews. We begin the show discussing the symbolism of two major corporations, Starbucks and Apple. What is really being said in logos?

Top News This Week
Huge solar flare jams radio, satellite signals: NASA
2011 02 17
A powerful solar eruption that has already disturbed radio communications in China could disrupt electrical power grids and satellites used on Earth in the next days, NASA said.The massive sunspot, which astronomers say is the size of Jupiter, is the strongest solar flare in four years.
Asteroid "2011 CQ1" Makes the Closest Near-Earth Miss on Record
2011 02 16
On Friday, a meter-sized asteroid called 2011 CQ1 was observed streaking only 5480 kilometres above the Earth’s surface -the closest near miss on record, beating the previous record holder, a rock that buzzed Earth in 2004 called 2004 FU162, by a few hundred kilometres. The approach was so close that the little asteroid’s path bent by 60 degrees by Earth’s gravity, ...
Obama Honors Bush With Medal of Freedom (Seriously.)
2011 02 16
President Barack Obama said billionaire Warren Buffett and 14 other people awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom today “reveal the best of who we are and who we aspire to be.” Photo: J. Scott Applewhite Buffett is “not only one of the world’s richest men,” he is “one of the most-respected,” Obama said during a ceremony in the White House East Room. Former ...
Billy Ray Cyrus: My family is under attack by Satan, I’m ’scared for’ daughter Miley
2011 02 16
Among the most startling revelations is an admission that "Hannah Montana" "destroyed" his family and his fear that 18-year-old Miley could possibly end up meeting the same tragic fate that befell controversial stars that came before her – namely, Michael Jackson, Kurt Cobain and Anna Nicole Smith. Since condemning Miley Cyrus’ bong scandal in December, Billy Ray Cyrus hasn’t said much ...
The Fall of Pharaoh Zahi?
2011 02 15
Two weeks ago, at the height of the Egyptian popular uprising, I asked whether it might spell the end for the controversial head of Egyptian antiquities, Dr. Zahi Hawass. Now, with President Mubarek stepping aside, and the central protest in Tahrir Square winding down, smaller protests against particular ’regime personalities’ have begun - and the Big Z appears to be ...
Confirmed: FBI Got Warning Day Before OKC Bombing
2011 02 14
New documents released under the Freedom of Information Act confirm that the FBI received a phone call the day before the Oklahoma City bombing warning that the attack was imminent, and that the feds tried to reach a deal with bomber Terry Nichols to take the death penalty off the table if he admitted making the call. The documents were released ...
Egypt: There's Been NO REVOLUTION So Far
2011 02 13
I have been watching the understandable euphoria in Egypt live on Al Jazeera television, but please, there must be a sense of perspective here - and urgently. There has been NO REVOLUTION so far - a despicable tyrant has gone, but the army that imposed the will of that despicable tyrant for 30 years is now in charge and the ...
Terror Threat ’Most Heightened’ Since 9/11, Napolitano Says
2011 02 10
The threat of terrorism is at "its most heightened state" since the 9/11 attacks nearly a decade ago, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said today. "The terrorist threat facing our country has evolved significantly in the last ten years -- and continues to evolve -- so that, in some ways, the threat facing us is at its most heightened state ...
Will Apophis Hit Earth in 2036? NASA Rejects Russian Report
2011 02 07
In 2004, NASA scientists announced that there was a chance that Apophis, an asteroid larger than two football fields, could smash into Earth in 2029. A few additional observations and some number-crunching later, astronomers noted that the chance of the planet-killer hitting Earth in 2029 was nearly zilch. The asteroid Apophis was discovered on June 19, 2004. It will fly within ...
NASA Images the Entire Sun, Far Side and All
2011 02 07
It might not seem obvious why anyone should care what’s happening on the other side of the Sun. But NASA can explain: our home star is a seething, roiling ball of superhot gas that goes through cycles of relative quiet, punctuated by violent outbursts. Every so often, the Sun spits out a blob of charged subatomic particles — and occasionally, ...
Earth & Space

Sun in Pisces Feb. 18 - March 20 & Mars in Pisces Feb.22 - April 1 & Mercury in Pisces Feb.21 - March 9

The sun represents our life force. It is the conscious, extroverted, positive, male side of yourself. When the Sun is in Pisces, the general tone of life is most compassionate and unselfish. Attitudes are more creative, sentimental, and self-sacrificing. This combination supports ideas and choices that are empathetic and generous, and an overall mood that is sensitive and tolerant. This is a highly spiritual energy known for offering unconditional love and a profound charitable understanding in the way it relates to the world -- and the response it encourages. People are more idealistic and visionary. There is extra focus on abstract concerns like artistic projects, mystical interests, matters of faith, time spent in seclusion and contemplation, projects that stimulate and use the imagination, and ways to help to those who are dependent and needy.

Mars governs our aggression, self-assertion, physical activities, and passions. He brings his confidence and boldness to the otherwise natively mellow Piscean energy. When Mars enters Pisces, the tenor of our energy and output will really change. Our focus may become scattered as we respond to subtle currents around us. With Mars in Pisces we tend to see all sides of issues and may become over-emotional. Mars in Pisces is the champion of the underdog. We can tend to scatter our energy in helping others rather than adhering to our own schedule and progress. Unless, that is, you are in a creative field. In that case, this placement of Mars brings inspiration and the energy to respond to it with concrete output.

Although Mercury is in detriment in Pisces, this position does not impair intelligence. It merely suggests that the mind resists the rule of pure logic and refuses to be pinned down to hard facts. There are, on the other hand, soft facts pertaining to the realms of instinct and intuition which are no less significant realities in the scheme of existence. Mercury is also in its fall in this sign, showing that ultimately criticism and analysis must be dissolved in compassion, thereby making love rather than intellect the guiding principle of life. Metaphysically, the significance of the astrological dictum that Mercury is in its detriment in Pisces, lies in the fact that the spiritually evolved person can begin to transcend the ratiocinations of the concrete mind and start to function on the plane of pure reason and intuition. They are now ready to ascend into the highlands of consciousness from which the light of the spirit may be more directly apprehended. They cease to need intermediaries because they become the thing they seek.

Enjoy the softness and ease of this period. The boys Mercury, Mars and the Sun are in need of some Piscean indulgence and tranquility.

Health - "Plastic"

Today there are so many things that are made out of plastic and many things that we eat and drink come in plastic packaging. The increased awareness of the harmful chemicals in plastics is causing concern and it is important to understand which plastics are safe and harmful. So, how do we determine which are the safe plastics and which ones we should try not to use? It is important to understand the types of plastics. All plastics are identified by a code numbered 1 through 7 that is typically located on the bottom of the packaging with the famous recycling triangle around it. The next time you use plastic (or buy canned food for your bomb shelter), pay attention to the following numbers to know what to avoid:

1 Polyethylene terephthalate (PET or PETE) Used to make soft drink, water, sports drink, ketchup, salad dressing bottles, peanut butter, pickle, jelly and jam jars.
BAD: Due to antimony leaching although many sources will say it is ok for one time use.

2 High density polyethylene (HDPE) Milk, water, and juice bottles, yogurt and margarine tubs, cereal box liners, and grocery, trash, and retail bags.
GOOD: Not known to leach any chemicals that are suspected of causing cancer or disrupting hormones.

3 Polyvinyl chloride (V or PVC) Most cling-wrapped meats, cheeses, and other foods sold in delicatessens and groceries are wrapped in PVC.
BAD: To soften into its flexible form, manufacturers add “plasticizers” during production. Traces of these chemicals can leach out of PVC when in contact with foods. According to the National Institutes of Health, di-2-ethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP), commonly found in PVC, is a suspected human carcinogen.

4 Low-density polyethylene (LDPE) Some bread and frozen food bags and squeezable bottles.
OK: Not known to leach any chemicals that are suspected of causing cancer or disrupting hormones, but not as widely recycled as #1 or #2.

5 Polypropylene (PP) Some ketchup bottles and yogurt and margarine tubs.
OK: Hazardous during production, but not known to leach any chemicals that are suspected of causing cancer or disrupting hormones. Not as widely recycled as #1 and #2.

6 Polystyrene (PS) Foam insulation and also for hard applications (e.g. cups, some toys)
BAD: Benzene (material used in production) is a known human carcinogen. Butadiene and styrene (the basic building block of the plastic) are suspected carcinogens. Energy intensive and poor recycling.

7 Other (usually polycarbonate) Baby bottles, microwave ovenware, eating utensils, plastic coating for metal cans.
BAD: Made with biphenyl-A, a chemical invented in the 1930s in search for synthetic estrogens. A hormone disruptor. Simulates the action of estrogen when tested in human breast cancer studies. Can leach into food as product ages.

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