A kép egy novemberi vasárnap délelőtt készült a Széll Kálmán téren. Lehet, hogy eddig csak az üres aluljárókat láttuk, de a hideg beálltával elkezdenek jönni a rossz hírek is. A közösségi médiában találtam rá erre a képre, a fotó mellé a szerző a következő idézetet írta:
„A semmi ágán ül szívem,
kis teste hangtalan vacog,
köréje gyűlnek szelíden
és nézik, nézik a csillagok“
(József Attila: Reménytelenül, részlet)
Cohen: Proven Liar Becomes ‘Truth’ Composer
The planned soft coup to remove President Trump from office after his stunning win wasn’t just because a Republican would now occupy the Oval Office. Without question, rogue operators in the CIA, FBI & DOJ were disappointed career criminal, Hildebeast Clinton, were crushed the American people actually rejected their choice.
But, in my humble opinion as I’ve written before, the collusion with the Russians scam prompting a special counsel headed up by corrupt, rotten player, Robert Mueller, was solely to cover up the crimes of all the major players.
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MULBERRY, Fla. — Neighbours of a huge sinkhole sending cascades of contaminated water and fertilizer plant waste into Florida’s main drinking-water aquifer are fearful and fuming that it took weeks for them to be notified about the disaster. Many are still waiting anxiously for results from tests for radiation and toxic chemicals in their well water.… […]
Not one mention of fuel poverty in the entire article. Love the photo caption. Maybe, just maybe. IT’S THE WRONG KIND OF COLD~ctm From the Guardian Call for more NHS resources as elderly people and women among most vulnerable Snow in Derbyshire last December. The temperatures last winter are thought to have been partly to…
If you’re one of the millions of human beings who, despite a preponderance of evidence to the contrary, still believe there is such a thing as “the truth,” you might not want to read this essay. Seriously, it can be extremely upsetting when you discover that there is no “truth” … or rather, that what […]
The trees died first. One hundred million of them in the eastern and midwestern United States. The culprit: the emerald ash borer, a beetle that entered the U.S. through Detroit in 2002 and quickly spread to Iowa, New York, Virginia and nearly every state between. The bug attacks all 22 species of North American ash and kills nearly every tree it infests.
Then came the humans. In the 15 states infected with the bug starting, an additional 15,000 people died from cardiovascular disease and 6,000 more from lower respiratory disease compared with uninfected areas of the country.
A team of researchers with the U.S. Forest Service looked at data from 1,296 counties, accounted for the influence of other variables — things like income, race, and education — and came to a simple conclusion: Having fewer trees around may be bad for your health. Their findings, published recently in the American…
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