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The Insurer of Entertainment and Sports Stars

INSCOR insurer of Entertainment and Sports StarsLeave a reply Rate This
Stock Symbol IOGA$.39
AS: 1,000,000 OS: 265,258,554 Float: 105,988,471 INSCORis a remarkable insurance company whose innovative products attract Corporations, Municipalities and High-Value Individuals. Goldman Small Cap Coverage has just issued a report on April 10, 2013 with a target price of $3.25 per share. “As governments implement the INSCOR initiatives the Companyis positioned to generate substantial revenue and earnings in the next few years” according to Rob Goldman in his Goldman Opportunity Research Report.
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INSCOR specializes in providing significant funding solutions utilizing high cash-value life insurance contracts combined with low-cost financing. The insurance and financing are modeled within the framework of a Financed Insurance Trust (FIT) to provide substantial cash flows from life insurance proceeds and cash values at lit…

Russian told FBI in 2011 the Boston Bombers were jihadi terrorists

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation interviewed suspected marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2011 at the request of the Russian government, but didn’t find evidence of suspicious activity and closed the case, an FBI official said Friday.

The fact that the FBI spoke with Mr. Tsarnaev, who was killed Friday morning in a firefight with authorities, is likely to become a focal point of the post mortem into how the attack was able to be carried out at the Boston Marathon. It also speaks to the challenge faced by authorities as terrorism morphs to some extent from the complex international plots of a decade ago to small-scale attacks carried out by individuals located within U.S.

U.S. counterterrorism policy has since 2001 focused largely on killing terrorists overseas or preventing them from getting into the U.S. But the Boston bombings show how the diffusion of terrorist tactics easily transcends borders. Countering small groups of individuals insid…

GelTech Assists Large Columbian Mine With Dust Control

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GelTech Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB: GLTC), creators of Soil2O Dust Control, a cost effective, environmentally friendly solution to airborne dust, and FireIce, a revolutionary water enhancing fire suppressant that has the potential to change current firefighting techniques globally, announces that Peter Cordani, GelTech’s Chief Technology Officer, recently spent four days in Colombia working with a large private international mining company to help them mitigate dust from the haul roads. GelTech’s Soil2O Dust Control product was chosen over two other competing products in side by side testing.

Michael Cordani, chief executive officer, GelTech Solutions, stated, “We are enthused that Soil2O Dust Control was chosen to help this large privately held mining company with their dust control issues in Colombia. We believe Soil2O Dust Control can be the cost effective, environmentally friendly solution to mitigate airborne dust for their mining operations world…

Gold prices plummet! The Worst loss in 30 years!

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Gold slumped anew on Monday, racking up its worst two-day loss in 30 years, and investors dumped stocks and other commodities after weaker-than-expected Chinese data raised concerns about the global economic outlook.

Gold dragged other metals lower as its price plunged to a more than two-year low. Brent crude fell towards $100 a barrel, while on Wall Street stocks were down more than 1 percent.
Spot gold dropped as much as 8 percent on Monday alone, falling as low as $1,355.80 an ounce. In the last two sessions gold has fallen over 12 percent, making for the worst two days since late February 1983.

Gold was recently at $1,365.66, down 7.7 percent. Strategists have cited various reasons for gold’s decline, including plans from Cyprus to sell excess gold reserves and feared selling from other central banks. The already sharp correction has caused short-term investors to flee the asset.

“The pressure from the prop…

Faith Hill leaves Sunday Night Football on NBC

After six years, the country singer and NBC are parting company. (Photo: Ethan Miller, Getty Images)
Faith Hill announced today on Twitter that she and NBC are parting Sunday Night company.
Her Waiting All Day for Sunday Night set to the tune of Joan Jett’s classic I Hate Myself for Loving You, had been the opening theme song for the network’s Sunday night NFL game for the past six years.

“Amazing 2 have been part of SNF – an honor. I’ve just let everyone there know it’s time 2 let someone else rock the open,” she tweeted, adding, “….Difficult decision. Kinda emotional. Love all u guys at SNF – I’ll b watching!!!”

Sunday Night Football executive producer Fred Gaudelli tweeted “great love and appreciation” to
Hill for her participation over the years. No word on who’ll be getting her gig.

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Super Telescope to be bulit in Hawaii

Worlds largest Telescope to be built in HawaiiLeave a reply Rate This
By Jon Fingas

The Thirty Meter Telescope has been under development for more than a decade, but the sheer amount of land needed on Hawaii’s Mauna Kea for its namesake main mirror has proved problematic: locals have formally challenged the multi-university effort over concerns that it might damage both the environment and natives’ heritage. Regardless of which stance you take on the issue, the project is going forward now that the state’s Board of Land and Natural Resources has granted an official land permit. The move clears an optical and near-infrared telescope with nine times the coverage area of its peers, and three times the sharpness. That’s enough to observe light from 13 billion years ago as well as put a heavy focus on tracking extrasolar planets, including planets in the making. Any impact on science or Mauna Kea will have to wait when construction doesn’t even start until April 2014, althoug…

Bill in Congree to reclassify Marijuana

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The national fight for marijuana law-reform took a small step forward yesterday when a bill was introduced in Congress calling for federal prosecutors to stop going after marijuana users in states where medical and recreational pot has been legalized.

Currently, though medical marijuana’s been legalized in 18 states and Washington D.C. and Colorado and Washington have legalized recreational weed, federal laws—and the drug’s designation as a Schedule I controlled substance—still leave users vulnerable to prosecution, even with the government having bigger fish to fry. But several members in the House of Representatives have introduced the appropriately-named Respect State Marijuana Laws Act, and if it is signed into law, it’ll immunize both medical-marijuana businesses and marijuana users from federal attack. “If a state chooses to take marijuana sales away from cartels and the criminal market and put them in the hands of legitimate, taxpayin…

Marijuana University opens in Nevada! All are Buzz!

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HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) — The first school in Nevada devoted to teaching people how to operate a successful medical marijuana dispensary has opened.

The Cannabis Career Institute launched its Budtender School with a workshop for about 40 students on Saturday in Henderson.

Institute founder Robert Calkin says his school educates would-be entrepreneurs on all aspects of the medical marijuana business, including how to grow marijuana legally and bake it into brownies, cookies and cakes.

The school’s opening comes as Nevada lawmakers consider a bill that would provide a way for patients to finally get the drug 13 years after Nevada voters approved use of medical marijuana.
The measure cleared its first hurdle Thursday as the Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously approved it. The bill calls for the establishment and regulation of pot dispensaries.

“It’s coming,” Calkin told the Las Vegas Sun. “Nevada has always been cutting…

Artic Summer Ice All But Gone

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By Frank Lucci
As the Arctic’s melting slowly has slowly progressed, large holes and landslides have appeared across the landscape (Photo : Reuters) The Arctic could be nearly free of summer ice by the middle of the twenty-first century, with some predictions claiming it could happen within a few decades.

Scientists have been using three different models to predict how climate change will affect the ice flows of the Arctic, and it looks like a matter of time before the area is almost ice free, according to an article by NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration).

James Overland, from NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, had this to say about the shrinking ice of the Arctic.

“Rapid Arctic sea ice loss is probably the most visible indicator of global climate change; it leads to shifts in ecosystems and economic access, and potentially impacts weather throughout the northern hemisphere …Increased physical understanding of rapid …

Gruesome Beaver Attack kills Photographer

A man in Eastern Europe has reportedly died after being attacked by a beaver he was attempting to photograph.

The 60-year-old former serviceman was on a fishing trip at Lake Shestakov, Belarus, with two companions when the group stopped to snap the animal by the side of the road, according to the Daily Telegraph. But the incensed rodent viciously pounced on the victim and bit his thigh.

“It was early morning and already light when they saw a beaver by the road, which was unusual because beavers are nocturnal,” Sergei Shtyk, deputy head of the local wildlife inspectorate, told the British newspaper. “One of them went up to be photographed with it, and the animal attacked him and bit him twice, cutting an artery in his thigh, before running away.”

The unfortunate victim, who hailed from Brest in the country’s southwest, bled to death before an ambulance could be summoned, despite the best efforts of his friends to administer first aid.

Experts estimate that there are arou…

Baseball fan catches Ball in beer cup!

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Chris Chase
You’re at a Seattle Mariners’ game with your buddies and a fly ball comes your way. Problem is, there’s a full draft beer in your hand and those things aren’t cheap. But catching a foul ball is a story you can tell for life, so you throw caution, Budweiser and your $9.50 to the wind and try to nab the ball inside your plastic cup.

Your plan works and you’re a stadium hero!

But what comes next? Life has prepared you to catch the foul ball but not how to cope afterward.
Do you:

a. Immediately dump the beer on the ground to preserve the ball?
b. Reach inside the cup and delicately retrieve the ball, then continue to drink the beer?
c. Keep the beer and ball together just to see what happens.
d. Slowly see how many sips of beer it takes to get to the center of the ball, making it like an alcoholic-beverage version of a Tootsie Roll Tootsie Pop.

Let’s see what our friend did:

Ahh, the ol’ “chug the beer quickly and have it spill all over your …

Stay healthy with Greenstone Healthcare!

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