Tuesday, May 29, 2012

MSW Newsletter - Stories of Interest 5/29/12

We here at Mike Salvi's World hope you all had a fantastic weekend whether you went away, stayed home, honored dead soldiers, celebrated somehow, or balked at the idea of memorial day altogether. Not sure if you noticed or not, but over the past few days, some stuff happened. Here's what stood out the most to me.

By the way, I saw "The Avengers" this weekend and just to let you know, the Hulk is a badass, enjoy. 
Hundreds of thousands red-shirted demonstrators defied Quebec's new "anti-protest" law and marched through the streets of downtown Montreal filling the city with "rivers of red."

As the global financial system teeters on the cusp of another recession, and nations throughout the Eurozone fall to economic insolvency, the time appears right for Congress to finally address the issue of the Federal Reserve, especially before their original 100-year charter expires.

The fact that TSA operates outside of airports may come as a surprise to some Americans. The agency’s so-called Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response teams work mostly in mass transit in big metropolitan areas, but not exclusively. They’ve been seen at ballgames, truckstops and even reportedly got themselves banned from Amtrak stations for a short while

Examining the decay of the kaon offers insights into fundamental problems in physics. “This calculation brings us closer to answering fundamental questions about how matter formed in the early universe and why we, and everything else we observe today, are made of matter and not anti-matter,” says Blum, a co-author of the paper.

If the founding fathers were spinning in their graves like centrifuges over recent assaults on the Constitution, their RPMs slowed down a bit last Wednesday when U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest ruled that Section 1021 in the latest National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), allowing military detention of American citizens without due process, is unconstitutional.


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