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Canadian House Set To Pass Gay Marriage Today

by Ben Thompson

Canada’s House of Commons is expected to pass legislation late tonight allowing same-sex couples to marry in those regions of the country where courts have not already ruled it legal. In a session that extended into the early hours of Tuesday the gay marriage legislation survived a second vote in the . . . → Read More: Canadian House Set To Pass Gay Marriage Today

Druids gather on cursed Tara

By Caroline O’Doherty

PLANNING disputes regularly end in curses but the raging row over the M3 and the Hill of Tara may have been caused by a curse, according to some opponents of the motorway plan. A team of determined druids yesterday set out to lift the centuries-old jinx which they believe was cast upon . . . → Read More: Druids gather on cursed Tara

Sweltering Ontario faces power woes

More sticky, hot weather was expected to put a strain on Ontario’s electrical system Tuesday, a day after rolling blackouts disrupted life for thousands of people in the Ottawa area. Ontarians used record levels of electricity to cool things down on Monday, burning more than 26,000 megawatts at the peak time, near 6 p.m.

The . . . → Read More: Sweltering Ontario faces power woes

First Chakra – Root Chakra – Red

By Lauren Ravenstar

The root chakra is the chakra located at your perineum, at the bottom of your spine. The root chakra is represented by the first color of the rainbow – red.

If your root chakra is healthy, it governs your basic instincts for survival. It controls your ability to maintain a home, to . . . → Read More: First Chakra – Root Chakra – Red

Christian Groups Plan More Monuments

By Alan Cooperman

Within hours of yesterday’s Supreme Court decision allowing a Ten Commandments monument on the grounds of the Texas Capitol, Christian groups announced a nationwide campaign to install similar displays in 100 cities and towns within a year.

“We see this as an historic opening, and we’re going to pursue it aggressively,” said . . . → Read More: Christian Groups Plan More Monuments

Witches: From Hags To Hotties

Once upon a time, if you asked someone what a witch looks like, they’d probably describe a bent, haggard old woman with huge, hairy moles, crooked yellow teeth, squinty black eyes, an elongated nose and chin and a green complexion. Adjectives such as such “craggy” or “hideous” would likely be applied. Today, the response would . . . → Read More: Witches: From Hags To Hotties

Air pollution harms terracotta warriors

China’s famed terracotta warriors, one of the world’s most prized archeological finds, are slowly disintegrating because of severe air pollution, local media reports. So far, the figures have turned an oxidised grey from being exposed to air, but eventually noses and hairstyles may disappear, and arms may fall off, according to an article in the . . . → Read More: Air pollution harms terracotta warriors

Erotic Telepathy

By Mabel Iam

Telepathic attraction. Who hasn’t felt it at least once? But wait a minute. What is telepathic attraction? A weird sensation that is difficult to put into words, an uncontrollable instinct with no logic. What about erotic telepathy? Maybe somebody is calling you with their mind, but your rational mind is not trained . . . → Read More: Erotic Telepathy

Tories can’t win same-sex battle: MacKay

Opposition leaders say there’s no point trying to block this week’s likely passage of same-sex marriage legislation if the Liberals, NDP and Bloc Québécois have thrown their support behind it.

Members of Parliament begin final debate on Bill C-38 on Monday, the start of what is expected to be the final week before the House . . . → Read More: Tories can’t win same-sex battle: MacKay

Scientists ‘raise the dead’ in experiment

Zombies rising from the dead sound like the stuff of horror films and nightmares – but it could soon be reality. “” Scientists have discovered a way to bring dead dogs back to life. Using a so-called suspended animation technique, they emptied the dead animals’ veins of blood and filled them with ice-cold saline solution . . . → Read More: Scientists ‘raise the dead’ in experiment