“This is an oil spill of a type we haven’t seen before,” said paul johnston, a scientist at greenpeace research laboratories at the university of exeter in england. “working out the impact is actually a huge task — probably next to impossible.”
Zhoushan, china — a fiery collision that sank an iranian tanker in the east china sea a month ago has resulted in an environmental threat that experts say is unlike any before: an almost invisible type of petroleum has begun to contaminate some of the most important fishing grounds in asia, from china to japan and beyond.
What could be the largest oil spill since 1989’s exxon valdez is unfolding in the east china sea after a deadly and fiery collision between two vessels caused a tanker to sink.
Continue reading January 6th “Worst Oil Spill in History” off China Coast Goes Unreported
The brazen move by the United States to legalize cryptocurrencies seem to be to control it, make it illegal, to stop the perception that Federal Reserve notes are both worthless and valueless, and to recapture its realizing value back into a dying debt-money system of injustice; particularly financial injustice.
(WASHINGTON, DC) The new Bill S.1241 titled *Combating Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, and Counterfeiting Act* of 2017 makes it illegal to have and transact in cash and digital currencies/cryptocurriencies without registering the amounts and trades with a local bank.
The Money Laundering Act conceptually declares digital crytpo-currency mining, usage, and holding an act of money laundering and counterfeiting, particularly in regards to Federal Reserve Notes maintaining their fictitious Valueless Perception of Worth.
Meanwhile: Continue reading United States seeks to Criminalize Cash and Cryptocurrencies in New Bill; While Russia, India, Japan, China, Australia Legalize and Support