oops! I just sent out an email from 911review.org, WHICH is a DISINFO site.
Though we are suffering under patriot act 2 and must resist and OVERTHROW BUSHco,
911review.org is not to be bookmarked, or even visited.
Beware of 911review.org. Here are two pages that debunk 911review.org
(Yes Jim had to create 911review.com EXCLUSIVELY to debunk 911review.org ...sigh
Following then, are 911 sites not guilty of being disinfo fronts:
http://www.wtc7.net - http://www.physics911.org - http://www.911-strike.com
http://www.oilempire.us - http://www.dieoff.org - http://www.peakoil.net
http://bombsinsidewtc.dk - http://www.911review.com
http://www.globalresearch.ca - http://www.cooperativeresearch.org
http://www.911truth.org - http://www.deceptiondollar.com
and now, back to oceans:
Ocean concerns - 5 links to news articles
Ocean activists see an opportunity for better laws.
Decades ago when it became America\'s playground, the Gulf of Mexico was
postcard perfect -- sunny white sand beaches and turquoise water,
fishing grounds flush with catch and coral reefs stunning in diversity
and color. Bonita Banner <http://www.naplesnews.com>, Florida. 17
Choice for wildlife post alarms environmentalists.
For the past four years, Kathy Barco has chaired an organization that
battles government regulation. Now Barco will be among those writing the
rules. St. Petersburg Times <http://www.sptimes.com>, Florida. 17
Scientists examine the decline of Florida Bay.
Twenty years after it began its downward spiral, the debate still rages
about what is causing big problems in Florida Bay. Naples Daily News
<http://www.naplesnews.com>, Florida. 17 October 2004.
Scourge of the sea.
Marine Laboratory at Siesta Beach, Florida studies the effect of red
tide on beach goers. Bradenton Herald <http://www.bradenton.com>,
Florida. 17 October 2004.
Macomb asked to test beach.
<http://www.detnews.com/2004/macomb/0410/17/b05-305789.htm> The Macomb
Water Quality Board has asked the county\'s public works office to
conduct DNA tests on contaminants at the New Baltimore beach along Lake
St. Clair, which has been plagued with high E. coli bacteria counts.
Detroit News <http://www.detnews.com>, Michigan. 17 October 2004.
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