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November 2013

€œSuperwinds€ of Older Stars Explained

For years, astronomers have known that Sun-like stars lose most of their mass as they transition to the red giant stage, but this occurrence remained unexplainable. That is, until an international team of astronomers believes that they have solved the mystery…. Continue Reading →

New Energy Initiative Focuses on Benefits of Shale

Colombus, U.S.A. – The U.S. Chamber’s Institute for 21st Century Energy on July 17 launched a major new campaign focused on building support for utilizing shale energy resources in Ohio. The “Shale Works for US” campaign is a national effort designed… Continue Reading →

Arooga Hires Videogames Veteran Martin Snelling

Portsmouth, UK – Arooga is very pleased to announce that as part of its plans for global domination in the social gaming space it has hired videogames industry veteran Martin Snelling as its Marketing Manager. With over 25 years of industry… Continue Reading →

UN and US Share Responsibility to Protect Iranian Dissidents in Iraq

A humanitarian tragedy unfolds as the Iraqi military and police harass and threaten 397 Iranian dissidents relocated to Camp Hurriya, a former American military base. They are the first of 3,400 residents of Camp Ashraf. How Iraq, UN, EU, and the United… Continue Reading →

Boys and Hispanic Teens Lead Increases in Marijuana Use

New York, U.S.A. – The PATS survey confirms that teen boys are leading the overall increases in marijuana use. Past year use among teen boys is up 24% (from 34% in 2008 to 42% in 2011) and past month use… Continue Reading →

Are Aging Veterans Becoming Desperate for Rings?

It seems to be a growing trend across all of the major sporting leagues in the United States that aging veterans seem to spend the final years of their career doing anything they can to put one more championship ring… Continue Reading →

Hispanicize 2013 Unveils Latin Music Festival

Miami, U.S.A. — In an effort to catapult the careers of emerging music artists and Latin DJs, organizers of Hispanicize 2013 has unveiled a one-of-a-kind Hispanicize Music Festival that will showcase a full scope of Latin music artists ranging from… Continue Reading →

Declassified Files on Israeli Nuclear Smuggling Revealed

Washington, U.S.A. — The following is being released by the Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy – The FBI partially declassified and released files linking Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to a nuclear technology smuggling ring that targeted the United States…. Continue Reading →

Championnat Superbike: Race to the Finish Line

The deafening roar of engines silenced the arena. All eyes were on the on the starting line, and heartbeats stretched into infinity. Without warning, chills rolled down my spine, and a gust of wind encircled me as the motorists sped… Continue Reading →

New National Summer Grilling Campaign

St. Louis, U.S.A. – This summer, Bud Light and acclaimed chef and TV host Aaron Sanchez are teaming up for a new national summer grilling campaign: “Amigos y Carne Asada.” Celebrating the time-honored Latino tradition, “Amigos y Carne Asada” will celebrate the perfect trifecta… Continue Reading →

NASA Finds Evidence for a New Exoplanet

Washington, U.S.A. — Astronomers using NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope have detected what they believe is a planet two-thirds the size of Earth. The exoplanet candidate, called UCF-1.01, is located a mere 33 light-years away, making it possibly the nearest world… Continue Reading →

High School Girls Writing Biographies of Elders in South Korea

At senior center in Dajeon City, South Korea, several high school girls are excited to hear the important stories of a speaker. What makes them so excited is not a popular Korean pop singer or a handsome movie star, but… Continue Reading →

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