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Jackson State Sonic Boom of the South | Liberty Bowl Stadium Entrance
“Jackson State Sonic Boom of the South | Liberty Bowl Stadium Entrance 2014″ Southern Heritage Classic 2014.

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Chinese fishing boats arrive at Nansha Islands in S. China Sea HD
A fleet of 32 Chinese fishing boats has arrived in waters off Nansha Islands in the South China Sea, after a 7-day voyage. The boats are expected to start op.

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) Former National Security Agency systems analyst turned leaker Edward Snowden said Monday that the NSA is collecting mass surveillance data on New Zealanders through its XKeyscore program and has set up a facility in the South Pacific nation's largest city to tap into vast amounts of data.

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Devastating effect: 43 per cent of seabirds have ingested plastic.

Illegal dumping is a primary source of rubbish on Australian beaches, according to the world’s largest survey of coastal rubbish.

The survey, carried out over three years by the CSIRO, Earthwatch Australia, TeachWild and petroleum giant Shell, dispels the idea that the rubbish on Australian beaches is due to ocean currents bringing the world’s rubbish to our shores.

“The majority of coastal debris in Australia is from Australian sources, not the high seas,” the report says.

Illustration: Matt Golding.

“Consumer behaviour and illegal dumping are primary causes of marine debris in Australia.”

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The survey was conducted at sites approximately every 100 kilometres along the Australian coastline. Students, teachers, scientists and Shell employees were enlisted to conduct the surveys.

The surveys found that about three quarters of the rubbish along the cost is plastic, and that local measures such as the South Australian bottle refund program can be effective to stop plastic pollution reaching the water.

“When we compared the ratio of beverage containers to beverage container lids across states in the clean-up data, South Australia came out with a much higher ratio of lids to containers in the clean-up data than any other state,” the report says.

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Chinese unlawful interference on islands in the South Sea
What does Chinese say, they are lying the world.

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NATO Army Multinational Land Forces Military Exercises Video
Video about NATO Army, Multinational land forces exercises: – Steadfast Javelin 2014 exercise, Vorumaa and Valgamaa, South Estonia, May 20, 2014 – Exercise C…

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Freedom Tower Rising
In 2005 my wife and I moved into Peter Cooper Village on 20th Street and Avenue C. Our apartment faces directly South to where the World Trade Center had been. As construction of 1 World…

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Vietnam should prevent illegal fishing in Chinese waters, China's foreign ministry said, dismissing claims its boats attacked Vietnamese fishermen near disputed islands in the South China Sea. Vietnam's foreign ministry said Sept. 9 that it demanded compensation after Chinese vessels last month rammed and robbed three fishing vessels off the Paracel Islands, known as the Xisha Islands in Chinese …

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BEIJING, Sept. 10 (UPI) — China justified its reclamation of disputed islands in the South China Sea Wednesday by claiming it has sovereignty over the entire area.

China and several of its neighbors are disputing ownership of islands and reefs in the South and East China Seas.

At a press briefing Wednesday, Foreign Affairs Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying responded to a question about a report by the BBC. The report noted the reefs in the South China Sea’s Spratly Islands, claimed by both the Philippines and China and named the Nansha Islands in China, were being enlarged by Chinese construction crews who are dredging rocks and sand from the sea floor to increase the land mass of the reefs.

“We have answered this question many times before, and I suppose you must be fully aware of China’s position. China asserts indisputable sovereignty over the Nansha Islands and the adjacent waters, and China’s activities on relevant islands and reefs of the Nansha Islands fall entirely within China’s sovereignty and are totally justifiable,” Hua said.

The Philippines, in May, released photos of the reef in question that suggested an airstrip was under construction. The country’s Department of Foreign Affairs said it regards the construction work as destabilizing and contrary to both international law and a 2002 treaty between nations bordering the sea.

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Drum lines will not be deployed off WA beaches this summer after the state’s Environmental Protection Authority advised against extending the Government’s controversial catch and kill shark policy.

The regulator’s chairman, Paul Vogel, said the available information and evidence did not provide the organisation with a high level of confidence.

Following a spate of fatal shark attacks in the state, in January the WA Government introduced a 13-week trial where baited drum lines were set off Perth and South West beaches.

Premier Colin Barnett said the recommendation meant drum lines would not be in place off the WA coast this summer.

Dr Vogel said the EPA had been tasked with assessing the environmental impact of the strategy, not public safety.

“There remains a high degree of scientific uncertainty about the impacts on the viability of the south-western white shark population,” he said.

“At this stage, the available information and evidence does not provide the EPA with a high level of confidence. In view of these uncertainties, the EPA has adopted a cautious approach by recommending against the proposal.

“The EPA can only make a judgment on the impact on the environment. The minister, in making his final decision, may take other matters into consideration.”

The EPA assessed the program as a Public Environmental Review, the highest level of environmental impact assessment.

The proposal attracted 6,751 public submissions and two petitions with about 25,000 signatures.

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A Japanese newspaper said Tuesday it was encouraged by calls from a press freedom group for South Korea not to prosecute its Seoul bureau chief over alleged libel of President Park Geun-Hye. Tatsuya Kato, 48, who heads the Seoul operation of the conservative Sankei Shimbun, has been questioned by authorities in South Korea after complaints over an online column about Park. He was banned from …

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Hampshire Police Leave NATO in style
Fair play, between leaving a “thank you” note that has gone viral and leaving in convoy with a Copper playing bagpipes leading the way – Hampshire Police have owned the NATO deployment in South Wales.

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Picture: Casey McHale Smiths Beach, Yallingup

Two Capes beaches have been revealed as hotspots for lifeguard rescues.

Surf Life Saving WA statistics show 153 people were rescued at Yallingup beach last summer, the second highest number of rescues in the State.

Smiths Beach also made the top ten beaches for rescues, with 40 people being pulled from the water.

The high rescue numbers come despite Yallingup and Smiths Beach clocking up some of the lowest patrol hours in WA. The beaches are not patrolled by volunteer surf life savers and the City of Busselton funds two professional lifeguards from late December to early February only.

Nine deaths have been recorded in the South West in the past decade, one third of those at Smiths Beach.

Surf Life Saving WA community safety manager Chris Peck said Yallingup and Smiths Beach were extremely popular surf beaches with inherent hazards and risks.

With the combination of warm weather, surf, rips and high beach usage, it is foreseeable that a number of rescues occur, he said.

Yallingup particularly is a high risk beach in regards to its large shore dump, flash rips and large surf.

Mr Peck said most rescues were caused by people getting caught in rips and not seeking advice or following advice of life guards. He urged beachgoers to read safety signs, swim between the flags, ask lifeguards for advice, swim with a friend, and if in difficulty, call for assistance by raising your hand.

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Panaji, Sep 2 (TNN):The integrated system of beach cleaning covering major beaches in the state began on Monday. The waste from the bins placed on the beaches will be collected on a daily basis in addition to combing of wet and dry sand.

Machines will be pressed into service as well as manual cleaning will be undertaken where necessary.

“With the increase in the number of tourists visiting Goa each year, there is a concern about the cleanliness of the beautiful seashores across the state. Goa tourism has taken the matter seriously as it recognizes and understands that every tourist is important and distinct which also means cleanliness is a priority for the state and the sector,” said Pamela Mascarenhas, deputy director, department of tourism.

Bhumika Transport, Waste Handling Services, a Mumbai-led consortium will manage the North Goa stretch which includes Keri, Arambol, Mandrem, Morjim, Vagator, Ozrant, Anjuna, Baga, Calangute, Candolim, Sinquerim, Nerul, Miramar, Caranzalem, Siridao, Bambolim.

Ram Engineering and Construction Company, a Mumbai-led consortium will manage the South Goa stretch which includes Majorda, Baina, Bogmolo, Velsao, Arrosim, Utorda, Majorda, Betalbatim, Colva, Sernabatim, Benaulim, Zalor, Fatrade, Varca, Cavelossim, Agonda, Palolem, Patnem, Rajbag, Talpona, Galgibag.

The beach cleaning will be done through two agencies. “The initial work of placement of dustbins, building of compost pits, recruitment of manpower, purchasing vehicles, etc. is under way,” said Mascarenhas.

Special arrangements will also be made to meet the intense demand of beaches after special events such as Ganpati immersion, Durga celebrations, beach weddings, film shootings or any other tourism-related events to ensure complete cleanliness of the beach within 24 hours after the day of the event.

The project will also ensure cleanliness of beaches from floating and other waste onto the beaches from tidal springs especially during the monsoon and high tides.

The beach cleaning will be done through two agencies Bhumika Transport, Waste Handling Services will manage North Goa and Ram Engineering and Construction Company will look after South Goa.

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Published: Monday, 9/1/2014 – Updated: 12 seconds ago

BY TOM HENRY BLADE STAFF WRITER

Two Lake Erie beaches those at South Bass Island State Park and Maumee Bay State Park remain under a public health advisory for swimming because of high levels of a serious algal toxin, according to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

The most recent advisory was the one posted Aug. 28 at the South Bass Island State Park beach after a water sample drawn on Aug. 25 showed a concentration of microcystin at 13 parts per billion.

Although that’s less than the World Health Organization’s threshold of 20 ppb for recreational contact with water, the Ohio EPA said it issues a public health advisory whenever the raw water is 6 ppb or greater as an extra precaution for swimmers who are elderly, young or have compromised immune systems. Wading is not recommended whenever the raw water is 6 ppb or greater.

The advisory applies only to swimming in raw lake water, not to drinking treated tap water.

Microcystin is the chief toxin produced by Lake Erie’s most prevalent form of harmful blue-green algae, microcystis, which is actually a bacteria that mimics algae and not a true algae.

The toxin also can be produced by other forms of harmful blue-green algae, such as plantothrix, which is common in the Sandusky Bay region.

Maumee Bay State Park has been under an algae advisory since July 23. It latest sample, drawn Aug. 25, showed a concentration of 6.3 ppb in the raw lake water near its beach.

Maumee Bay State Park’s Lake Erie beach also just came out of its latest of 10 advisories this summer for E. coli bacteria, each ranging from one to five days. The latest advisory, lifted Aug. 29, showed bacteria had spiked a day earlier at 517.2 colonies of E. coli per 100 milliliters of water, more than twice the threshold for safe water contact of 235 colonies or less, according to Ohio Department of Health online records.

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ILLUMINATI BRINGS IN THE NEW YEAR 2014
California Drought, FUKISHIMA Wormwood, Radiation Leak in South Carolina, W VIRGINIA Water CONTAMINATION all Purposed by the ILLUMINATI to DE POPULATE THE ANTICHRIST has the FEMA Camps Open…

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Illuminati Movies From Fallen Angels to FEMA Camps! 2014
California Drought, FUKISHIMA Wormwood, Radiation Leak in South Carolina, W VIRGINIA Water CONTAMINATION all Purposed by the ILLUMINATI to DE POPULATE THE ANTICHRIST has the FEMA Camps Open…

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People Against Obama and Illuminati NWO Pt 112
California Drought, FUKISHIMA Wormwood, Radiation Leak in South Carolina, W VIRGINIA Water CONTAMINATION all Purposed by the ILLUMINATI to DE POPULATE THE ANTICHRIST has the FEMA Camps Open…

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China Says Vietnam “Distorts” History With Claims To Disputed Islands
China says Vietnam “distorting” history with claims to disputed islands in South China Sea. Story: China said on Monday (May 26) that Vietnam is “distorting history” as tension rises over…

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