Indian man beheads wife, walks down street with her head in his hand - Man casually walking along the street with a woman's blood-stained head in one hand and an axe in the other sounds like stuff out of a horror movie... but it's what locals saw in an Indian city on Friday.Passers-by in the streets of an Indian city were shocked to see a man walking with the chopped-off head of his wife in his hand. In the other hand he was holding the axe he allegedly used to behead his spouse. From Nony
Tennessee Gun Store Offers Discount to Christians - In celebration of God, Guns, and Country, one opportunistic Tennessee gun store owner, looking to cash in on the surge in gun sales that inevitably follows mass shootings in the U.S., is offering a discount to lure in customers. But not just any customers. This discount applies only to Christians: From Nony
Expert: Woman shouldn't have fired gun at Home Depot shoplifter - Police confirmed on Wednesday that a concealed pistol license (CPL) holder was not being threatened by a fleeing shoplifter when she decided to fire multiple shots at him in a Home Depot parking lot.
And experts interviewed Wednesday doubted the shooting could have been justified.
“It’s my worst nightmare as a CPL instructor,” said Doreen Hankins, owner of Detroit Arms, which holds CPL classes. “You have to know the entire situation before you pull that handgun out. And I don’t see that a shoplifter at Home Depot fills any of those criteria.”
Shit, multiple shots and didn't even hit a bleeding car ... Good thing she didn't hit some innocent bystander. Have gun, can't hit shit. From Nony
Extreme phone pinching is the hot new trend you probably shouldn't try - The Internet has found a new bizarre game, and it's called extreme phone pinching.To play, hold your phone over a precarious location â€” a toilet, a river, your local ravine. Then have someone snap a photo of you putting your device worth hundreds of dollars in harm's way. Fun, right? From Nony
Introducing the DJI Osmo - With the Osmo -a 4k, 3-axis stabilized handheld camera- DJI continues its spirit of innovation and imagination. The Osmo single-handedly erases shaky video, leaving only stunning imagery with smooth motion.
What Exxon knew about the Earth's melting Arctic - Back in 1990, as the debate over climate change was heating up, a dissident shareholder petitioned the board of Exxon, one of the worldâ€™s largest oil companies, imploring it to develop a plan to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from its production plants and facilities. From Nony
Is global warming a fallacy? 'Ice caps are actually INCREASING', claims geologist | - Mr Kamis is a former employee of BTA Oil Producers, based in Midland, Texas, a private firm which has been active in oil and natural gas exploration, development and production for 50 years. He has also been a long-standing member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, so his impartiality on the subject of whether man's use of fossil fuels has led to global warming is open to question. But he claims the facts speak for themselves. He added: "The entire Atlantic Ocean is cooling, and not just in the northern portion of the Atlantic that is adjacent to Greenland." From Nony
Glaciers receding due to global warming: Dobhal - DP Dobhal, a senior scientist of the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology (WIHG), has expressed concern at speedy receding of glaciers in the Himalayan region.Dobhal was addressing a workshop on â€˜Himalayan ecosystem, challenges and opportunitiesâ€™ organised by the Centre for Science and Environment in Dehradun today. He said global warming was leading to recession of glaciers in the Himalayan region. He referred to Gangotri and other glaciers in the region and added that in the past one century, several of Himalayan glaciers had receded substantially, amply reflecting the level of global warming. From Nony
Global warming is shrinking California's critical snowpack - As the world warms, it leads to very obvious results such as a reduction in snowpack in various parts of the world. While this seems intuitive, there are some caveats. A warmer world is also a wetter world because there is more moisture in the air. Therefore, there is a potential for more snow. From Nony
Global Warming? Try Arctic Sea Ice Continues Record Growth - After the shortest melt season on record, Arctic sea ice extent has grown almost two million km² and is now approaching the highest extent for the date in the last ten years.
The National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colorado of course fails to mention any of this in their October 6 report. From Roddy