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Saturday, December 18, 2010

Shelley Malil Sentenced for Kendra Beebe Stabbing

40 Year Old Virgin Stabbing Actor Shelley Malil is in the news again as he was recently sentenced to life in prison for stabbing his ex girlfriend, Kendra Beebe 23 times.

The Kendra Beebe Stabbing incident happened back in 2008, when it was reported Shelley Malil was thrown into a jealous fit when he saw his former girlfriend, Kendra Beebe drinking wine with David Maldonado. Luckily for Kendra Beebe, she survived the stabbing and was able to testify at the hearing against Shelley Malil.

According to reports, Shelley Malil will be able to apply for Parole after 9 years in Prison for the near fatal stabbing of his ex girlfriend Kendra Beebe. Perhaps he will pick up some dating tips while in prison.

Monday, November 29, 2010

WIKI LEAKS Condemnation - Censorship or Protecting National Security

The world media is a buzz with Wiki Leaks and WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange. Wiki Leaks is not a new kid on the block, however, WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange has raised the hackles of those in the Whitehouse and beyond with the WikiLeaks release of the Iraq War logs, a detailed diary of the US war mission in Iraq, including statistics on the number of civilians killed by American Troups during the Iraq war.

According to Wiki Leaks, The reports featured on Wiki Leaks detail 109,032 deaths in Iraq, comprised of 66,081 'civilians'; 23,984 'enemy' (those labeled as insurgents); 15,196 'host nation' (Iraqi government forces) and 3,771 'friendly' (coalition forces). The majority of the deaths (66,000, over 60%) of these are civilian deaths.That is 31 civilians dying every day during the six year period. For comparison, the 'Afghan War Diaries', previously released by WikiLeaks, covering the same period, detail the deaths of some 20,000 people. Iraq during the same period, was five times as lethal with equivalent population size.

Since WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange published the Iraq War logs in Wiki Leaks, US Government officials have jumped in to condemn the actions of WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange.

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton condemned editor-in-chief Julian Assange's WikiLeaks release of once-classified diplomatic documents as an attack on the United States and its allies. Claiming the Wiki Leaks posting put people's lives in danger, threatened US national security and undermined their efforts to "work with other countries to solve shared problems."

"This disclosure is not just an attack on America's foreign policy interests, it is an attack on the international community, the alliances and partnerships, the conversations and negotiations that safeguard global security and advance economic prosperity."

recent developments in the Wiki Leaks situation have Attorney General Eric Holder launching a criminal investigation into the Wiki Leaks situation claiming the documents leaked by WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange risked the security of diplomats and other U.S. officials. Holder declined, to elaborate on whether the Wiki Leaks or WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange were engaged in criminal wrongdoing.

Among the claims of Wiki Leaks, their postings will "show the extent of US spying on its allies and the UN; turning a blind eye to corruption and human rights abuse in "client states"; backroom deals with supposedly neutral countries; lobbying for US corporations; and the measures US diplomats take to advance those who have access to them."

Many WikiLeaks related searches include a search for WikiLeaks Video. So, for those searching for a WikiLeaks Video, here it is.

Public backlash on the Wiki Leaks situation have exploded and are split between those who feel WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange should be executed and even "be-headed", the more calm simply call for WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange to be charged with Treason and Espionage. And are further going to say the Wiki Leaks site should be removed to protect US National Security. There are even those who are now calling WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange a Terrorist and a threat to US National Security, calling for an immediate Shut Down of the WikiLeaks website.

On the other side of the coin, many are congratulating WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange for his mission to exploit "Government and military corruption." Supporters of WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange, further go on to say any charges against WikiLeaks or WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange or governmental attempts to Shut Down WikiLeaks would be an attack on Democracy and Freedom of the Press, much inline with book burnings of the Second World War.

WikiLeaks website aside, Twitter and other social networking sites are also abuzz with searched for WikiLeaks, Cablegate and WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange. So whatever attempts are made by the Government to silence WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange or the WikiLeaks movement the WikiLeaks leaked government documents as well as the Iraq war logs are here to stay.

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Thursday, September 2, 2010


Just weeks after the BP Oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico was finally capped, the Vermilion Oil rig 380, owned by Mariner Energy exploded in the already troubled Gulf of Mexico, just 80 miles off the coast of Louisiana.

Initial coast guard reports indicate no one was killed in the oil rig explosion, which was reported by a commercial helicopter flying over the area Thursday morning. All 13 people aboard the Eploded Vermilion Oil rig 380, owned by Mariner Energy have been accounted for, with one injury. The extent of the injury was not known.

An offshore Vermilion Oil rig 380, owned by Mariner Energy exploded and was burning Thursday in the Gulf of Mexico about 80 miles off the Louisiana coast, west of the site where BP's undersea well spilled after a rig explosion.

Seven Coast Guard helicopters, two airplanes and three cutters were dispatched to the scene of the Gulf of Mexico Vermilion Mariner Energy Oil Rig Explosion. At this point, authorities do not know whether any oil is leaking into the Gulf of Mexico from the exploded Oil Rig.

The Department of Homeland Security reports the Vermilion Oil rig 380, owned by Mariner Energy was in about 2,500 feet of water when it exploded in Thursday morning. Early reports also indicate the Mariner Energy oil rig stationed in the Gulf of Mexico was not producing any oil at the time of the explosion, so there is hope for the already troubled people living in the region.

The Deepwater Horizon rig leased by BP was in about 5,000 feet of water when it exploded and sank in April, killing 11 workers and triggering a leak of about 206 million gallons of oil.

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Giant Iceberg breaks a chunk off the Mertz Glacier in the Australian Antarctic

A giant Iceberg spanning almost 100 KM long Crashed into the giant floating Mertz Glacier in the Australian Antarctica. The Iceberg Collision resulted in the dislodging of a new Iceberg approximately 78 KM long and 39 KM wide.

Although the effect this iceberg collision will have on the oceans' weather patterns as well as the Oxygen levels of the worlds oceans in unknown. Speculation, on the other hand, ranges from passive to catostophic. Some scientists are predicting a massive drop in Oxygen levels in the ocean as a result of the decreasing amount of floating ice in the Antarctic.

In addition, there is the concern once the new iceberg moved into warmer waters it will melt bring a rise to the ocean levels around the world.

The iceberg which hit the Mertz Glacier is known as the B9B Iceberg and had broken free from another part of Antarctica in 1987. B9B has been moving alongside the Mertz Glacier for about 18 years before the collision the other day.

The two icebergs are now heading west towards Australia. At this point, scientists are not overly concerned with the Icebergs getting to Australia.

100,000 Evacuated as Tsunami hits Hawaii

The news of the day seems to be the Tsunami warning for Hawaii after the massive 8.8earthquake which shook Chile the other day.

Since the Chile earthquake there has been a growing concern over a large Tsunami wave heading for the Islands of Hawaii. Several Hawaii Tsunami 2010 video's popped up online, or at least the promise of one.

According to early reports, the Tsunami generated from the 2010 earthquake in Chile is nothing compared to what it could have been. There are no reports of serious damage as a result of the 2010 Tsunami that hit Hawaii after the Chile earthquake.


Of course, the Internet searches for the Hawaii 2010 Tsunami video as well as Japan 2010 Tsunami will have you think otherwise. Although the Chile Earthquake of 2010 was massive, the resulting Tsunami seemed to have caused very little damage in Hawaii. The Hawaii 2010 Tsunami video simply shows the tides rising 3 to 8 feet however damage was not spread beyond what was initially expected.

As a result of the 2010 Tsunami warning for Hawaii, over 100,000 people were evacuated, however, some did stay behind to record video footage of the 2010 Hawaii Tsunami to post on the Internet.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Vancouver 2010 Opening Ceremonies rain and Cypress Mountain

The world is gathering in Vancouver Canada for the Opening ceremonies of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic games. The scene is a combination of excitement, protest and indifference among citizens of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games as the Olympic torch makes its' way through downtown Vancouver.

During the torches' trek through East Vancouver (The poorer part of town) Protesters and supporters gathered around the Olympic Flame expressing their views in a free and democratic manner. Regardless of your view on the Olympic games or the Olympic organizing committee, Canadians can be proud to know they have the freedom to express their views and not be shot by soldiers or driven over by tanks.

The price of freedom, on the other hand, has definitely driven up the overall cost of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic games. For example, when protesters vandalized the Olympic clock, located outside the Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games organizers hired 24/7 guard service to babysit the costly landmark.

Combine those expenses with the unexpected cost of trucking and flying snow onto Cyprus Mountain for the Freestyle ski competitions, the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic games are definitely going over budget... although the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games organizers are stating otherwise.

So that brings us to Cyprus bowl. At last report, it was raining at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Freestyle skiing venue. Earlier on in the week, Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games organizers shut the mountain down and did not allow Olympic Athletes to practice there. This move added fuel to the already smoldering fire amongst the anti-Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games protester crowd.

Although the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games organizing committee attempted to hush the whispers by stating all problems were being dealt with and they were just being overcautious, the temperature on the North Shore Mountains continued to rise as the rain set it.

Whatever the case, the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic games are going ahead as planned and the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games opening ceremony is slated for later on this afternoon. Early reports have BC Place decked out for the lavish event which will include performances by local musicians and appearances of the latest who's who.

Luge Death prompts probe into the Death of Georian Luger

The Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic games has started off on a sombre note for the now 21 member Georgian Olympic team. This after 21-year-old Georgian Luger, Nodar Kumaritashvili died in a tragic luge crash in Whistler British Columbia. The Whistler Luge track has been criticized by many as being too difficult and far too fast for the sport. Even the spokesperson for the International Luge Federation expressed his concern over the now deadly Whistler British Columbia Luge Track.

It seems, there are several steep turns which expose the Luger's to slips which cannot be recovered from. 21-year-old Georgian Luger, Nodar Kumaritashvili was not the first Luger to have problems on the Whistler Luge track as several Athletes have either voiced their concern or had varying degree's of accidents on the Whistler Luge track. 21-year-old Georgian Luger Nodar Kumaritashvili, on the other hand, was the first to die as a result of an accident on the Whistler Luge track. Since the fatal accident of 21-year-old Georgian Luger Nodar Kumaritashvili, Vancouver 2010 and IOC officials as well as the Coroners office are working feverishly to look into the cause of the fatal luge accident which took the life of 21-year-old Georgian Luger Nodar Kumaritashvili. At this point, officials are looking at constructing wall extensions around the more dangerous corners such as the one which took the life of 21-year-old Georgian Luger Nodar Kumaritashvili. Millions of fans and curious around the world are now searching for the video reportedly posted on YouTube of the fatal accident which resulted in the death of 21-year-old Georgian Luger Nodar Kumaritashvili. For those looking, I have posted a local television stations' footage of the Nodar Kumaritashvili's fatal Luge accident. The Video of 21-year-old Georgian Luger Nodar Kumaritashvili Luge accident is located at the top of this post, no download required, just the footage.

During the opening Ceremonies of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic games, the crowd of thousands sat in respectful silence as all of BC place mourned the loss of 21-year-old Georgian Luger Nodar Kumaritashvili. As a sign of their sorrow, the Georgian Olympic team tied a black ribbon around their flag as the walked into the opening ceremonies. Their courage was acknowledged by all those attending who gave the relatively small Georgian Olympic team a standing ovation. After the Accident, the team decided they would continue into the games and compete in the honour of their fallen comrade. The video of the Fatal Luge Accident in Whistler which resulted in the death of Georgian Luger Nodar Kumaritashvili will follow.

Video of Georgian Luger Nodar Kumaritashvili fatal accident

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Solomon Islands Earthquake causes Tsunami

Tsunami leaves 1,000 homeless on Solomons

Residents’ memories of earlier disasters help prevent casualties

Landslides and a tsunami destroyed the homes of about one-third of the population on a Solomon Island, but lives were likely spared as residents with memories of previous disasters fled quickly to higher ground, officials said Tuesday.

From the air, extensive damage could be seen on a remote western island after a 7.2-magnitude temblor triggered the landslides in the Pacific Solomon Islands on Monday, said disaster management office director Loti Yates.

No injuries have been reported some 30 hours after the biggest in a series of quakes churned a tsunami wave that was up to 10 feet high as it plowed into the coast, officials said.

However, more than 1,000 people have been affected after some 200 houses were destroyed on Rendova, an island some 190 miles from the capital Honiara. Only 3,600 people live on Rendova.

Yates said some 200 households were taking shelter in emergency centers on Rendova.

Photographs taken from police helicopters Tuesday showed debris lining the foreshore and damaged houses on the coasts of Rendova and Tetepare, as well as deep scars on hills and cliffs caused by landslides.

‘Head for the hills’
Hillsides crashed down and the tsunami inundated homes Monday, but residents' memories of earlier disasters probably helped prevent any casualties, officials and residents said.

In April 2007, an 8.1 temblor unleashed a tsunami that killed more than 50 people. A quake-churned tsunami that killed more than 200 on nearby Samoa and Tonga in September was another reminder, locals said.

"People are very sensitive, as a quake conjures up memories and people immediately begin going to higher ground," police commissioner Peter Marshall told The Associated Press.

"The fact it was daylight, the isolated nature of the wave and that the landslides were in a relatively sparsely populated area" also helped, he said.

The largest quake — magnitude 7.2 — happened about 9:30 a.m. local time Monday and caused the tsunami to hit the coast a short time later.

Since then, at least a dozen other quakes greater than magnitude 5.0 have rocked the earthquake-prone region. The strongest, a magnitude 6.9 aftershock, hit the nation's western region again late Tuesday night and generated a tsunami about an inch high, but there were no immediate reports of fresh damage and no reports of injury.

In the provincial capital, Gizo, dive shop owner Danny Kennedy said the general rule is that "if there's anything more than 20 seconds of shaking or any sea water recedes, head for the hills."

A police boat patrolled Tuesday to check the coastline, where many homes are at sea level, making them vulnerable to tsunamis, National Disaster Management Office spokesman Julian Makaa said. No casualties had been reported so far, he said.

One village, Retavo, home to about 20 people, was reportedly completely inundated by a wall of sea water up to 10 feet high, but Makaa said no deaths or injuries had been reported there.

Emergency food, water and tarpaulins were being shipped in.

The Solomon Islands lie on the "Ring of Fire" — an arc of earthquake and volcanic zones that stretches around the Pacific Rim and where about 90 percent of the world's quakes occur.

Source: Associated Press

Google Releases Nexus One Smart Phone


Google said Tuesday that its long-anticipated new smartphone, Nexus One, Tuesday, costs $179 with a two-year service contract.

The Google Nexus One, which runs Google's Android operating system, has a 3.7 inch touchscreen OLED display, with a 1 gigahertz processor from Qualcomm. The Google Nexus One includes a 5 megapixel camera for video and photos and stereo Bluetooth connection for headphones.

The Google Nexus One battery will last for up to seven hours of talk time, or up to five hours of Internet use, on a 3G cellphone network, Google says. The Google Nexus One includes a global positioning system (GPS).

The Google Nexus One costs $529 without a cellphone service contract, and is available online at google.com/phone. The Google Nexus One is $179 with a two-year contract from T-Mobile. The phone will be available from Verizon Wireless and Vodafone (a British cellphone company) in 2010.

Other manufacturers, including Verizon and Motorola, have already released Android phones, but this is the first to be rolled out by Google. Google has said that an unnamed third-party hardware maker is actually building the Google Nexus One.

The Google Nexus One includes a feature new to Android: active noise cancellation technology that will push out background noise when in a busy area.

Another highlight of the Google Nexus One is a feature that lets you dictate e-mails, Tweets and Facebook posts without having to type.
It's an extension of Google's voice search, already available on other Android phones.

Other apps on Google Nexus One include YouTube, Gmail, and Maps.