CIA CLIMATE CHANGE: CIA TO FUND $600,000 STUDY WHETHER IT CAN CONTROL WEATHER USING GEOENGINEERING… I THOUGHT HAARP IN ALASKA HAS BEEN DOING THAT FOR DECADES ALREADY

The CIA is part-funding a $600,000 study to find out whether they can control the weather using geoengineering

Why do spies want to control the weather? CIA helps bankroll $600,000 study

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ARIZONA WILDFIRE TRAGEDY: SHOCKING AERIAL IMAGES OF THE DEADLY BLAZE THAT LEFT 19 FIREFIGHTERS DEAD AND 200 HOMES BURNED

Engulfed: 19 firefighters died as the wildfire spread near the Arizona town of Yarnell Forest: Large swathes of forest were scorched when the blaze tore through the area

Shocking aerial images show utter devastation left when deadly blaze tore through Arizona town burning homes to the ground and scorching the earth

  • 19 firefighters confirmed dead near Arizona town of Yarnell
  • Victims include an expectant father who was a Marine Corps veteran and two men who took after their fire captain fathers to become firefighters
  • Fire broke out after lightning strike on Friday and burned 8,400 acres
  • 200 homes burned and around 1,000 people have evacuated the area
  • President Obama declared the firefighters ‘heroes’
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THE ARIZONA YARNELL HILL OVERNIGHT WILDFIRE THAT KILLED 19 FIREFIGHTERS AND BURN DOWN HALF OF TOWN’S 500 HOMES

Long-term: Firefighters expect to be in the area battling the blaze for at least a week

Nineteen firefighters dead in the Yarnell Hill wildfire that spread from eight acres to 2,000 acres overnight in Central Arizona

  • 19 firefighters have been confirmed dead at 20 were involved in a ‘serious incident’
  • The fire is currently burning 2,000 acres in Central Arizona with zero per cent containment
  • Approximately 600 people are under mandatory evacuation from the area
  • Officials expect half of the town’s 500 homes to burn in the blaze
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19 FIREFIGHTERS ARE DEAD AFTER BATTLING MASSIVE ARIZONA WILDFIRE

19 Firefighters Are Dead After Battling Massive Arizona Wildfire

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Nineteen firefighters have died battling a wildfire in Central Arizona, Fox’ Phoenix affiliate reports.  The station says the Prescott, Ariz. fire department has confirmed the deaths.

The group became separated while fighting the nearly 2,000-acre Yarnell fire located 85 miles northwest of Phoenix.  Continue reading

SAUDI AMERICA: UNITED STATES TO TOPPLE SAUDI ARABIA AND BECOME WORLD’S TOP OIL PRODUCER WITHIN A DECADE, ACCORDING TO HARVARD STUDY

Rob Wile BusinessInsider.com
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There’s still some debate about whether America’s shale oil boom is  merely an overnight sensation or a true-blue gamechanger — we’ve featured both sides here.

In a new study published by Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, former oil company executive Leonardo Maugeri predicts that for America’s three largest shale oil plays — the Bakken in North Dakota and the Eagle Ford and Permian Basin in Texas — the boom should last at least another decade.

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OBAMA TO USE EXECUTIVE ORDER AND BYPASS CONGRESS TO PASS CLIMATE CHANGE BILL, ANOTHER LEFTIST CLIMATE HOAX BILL MEANT TO CRIPPLE U.S. COAL INDUSTRY

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  • President Obama will announce Tuesday he is planning to sidestep Congress to implement a national plan to combat climate change that will include the first-ever federal regulations on carbon dioxide emitted by existing power plants, despite adamant opposition from Republicans and some energy producers. In a speech at Georgetown University Tuesday, Obama will announce he’s issuing a presidential memorandum to implement the regulations, meaning none of the steps involved in the plan will require congressional approval.

In addition, Obama will say he is directing his administration to allow enough renewables on public lands to power 6 million homes by 2020, effectively doubling the capacity from solar, wind and geothermal projects on federal property. 

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HALLIBURTON, WORLD’S LARGEST PROVIDER OF FRACKING SERVICES, TO USE U.S. SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC SPY TECHNOLOGY TO FIND OIL AND GAS UNDERGROUND

Frack Music Attracts Halliburton to Submarine Spy Tool

By David Wethe  Bloomberg
 
A gossamer-thin glass line threaded two miles underground is allowing oilfield engineers to listen to a new kind of music: the sounds of fracking.

Halliburton Co. (HAL) and competing providers of drilling gear are adapting acoustic spy technology used by U.S. submarines to record sounds made deep in the earth that can guide engineers in finishing a well and predicting how much oil will flow.

The ability to hear inside a well enables producers to fine-tune hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, the process that blasts underground rock with water, sand and chemicals to free trapped oil and natural gas. The technology is targeted at an estimated $31 billion that will be spent this year on fracking stages that yield less-than-optimal results, a majority of the work at 26,100 U.S. wells set to be pressure-pumped in 2013, according to PacWest Consulting Partners LLC.

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