“RBG” Documentary Nominated for Academy Award as Supreme Court Justice Recovers from Lung Surgery

“RBG” Documentary Nominated for Academy Award as Supreme Court Justice Recovers from Lung Surgery https://democracynow.org – Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recently missed oral arguments as she continues to recover after having two tumors removed from her lung last month. But the Supreme Court has said she is cancer-free and that the 85-year-old, now three-time cancer-surviving justice, has been reviewing arguments and weighing in on cases from home. Meanwhile, the documentary ”RBG” about her life has been nominated for an Academy Award. At the Sundance Film Festival, we speak…

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Global Warming and Extreme Cold: How One Leads to the Other

Global Warming and Extreme Cold: How One Leads to the Other TRNN Replay: Research on the connection between extreme weather – such as the severe cold snap that hit the US Northeast – and global warming, shows that these are intimately connected, despite what climate deniers such as President Trump say Visit https://therealnews.com for more stories and help support our work by donating at https://therealnews.com/donate. The Real News Network

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Delayed onset with sublingual oil

Delayed onset with sublingual oil I’ve been using MedMen oils for about a year, but very sporadically. This is because I never know when they will kick in. I’ve tried every one of their oils and I have this same problem. Sometimes it hits me in half an hour, sometimes an hour, but there have been several times I get nothing and then BOOM 4 hours later I’m way too high (without redosing). Sometimes it doesn’t hit at all. I’ve experimented with times, with/without food, etc. But there’s no consistency.…

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Colonisation of the Americas at the end of the 15th Century killed so many people, it disturbed Earth’s climate, suggests a new study. European settlement led to abandoned agricultural land being reclaimed by fast-growing trees that removed enough CO₂ to chill the planet, the “Little Ice Age”.

Colonisation of the Americas at the end of the 15th Century killed so many people, it disturbed Earth’s climate, suggests a new study. European settlement led to abandoned agricultural land being reclaimed by fast-growing trees that removed enough CO₂ to chill the planet, the “Little Ice Age”. submitted by /u/mvea to r/science [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Anonymous Good Samaritan Books Hotel for 70 Homeless People as Temperatures Drop to Record Lows

Anonymous Good Samaritan Books Hotel for 70 Homeless People as Temperatures Drop to Record Lows By John Vibes This week, as record low temperatures are sweeping across the country, the homeless population in areas like Chicago are struggling to stay warm, and alive. Some areas of Chicago have seen temperatures of lower than 22 degrees below zero in the past week. A group of 70 homeless people were attempting to keep warm using nearly 100 propane heaters at an encampment of tents in Chicago’s South Loop neighborhood the other night…

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Dangers to Watch for As Temperatures Quickly Reverse and Warm Up

Dangers to Watch for As Temperatures Quickly Reverse and Warm Up This week’s arctic cold outbreak brought the coldest temperatures since the 1990s to parts of the upper Midwest, but an early-February thaw will bring much warmer air to the Midwest and Northeast this weekend and early next week. Particularly in the Midwest, temperatures will rapidly rebound, with some cities experiencing highs this weekend 60 to 70 degrees warmer than their subzero lows Wednesday and Thursday morning. Learn More: https://weather.com/safety/winter/news/2019-01-31-things-to-watch-for-when-temperatures-warm-up Your Support of Independent Media Is Appreciated: https://www.paypal.me/dahboo7 If above…

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