The U.S. Senate now has a companion Glass-Steagall bill! Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IO) introduced S. 985 on May 16th. Call your senators today, contact LaRouchePAC for further marching orders. Distribute and email the press release.
No, James can't tell you the meaning of your life. But he can show you that there is a meaning in life. Join us this week for a very special edition of The Corbett Report where we explore life's biggest question... and confront the biggest lie.
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Some lucky animals are naturally endowed with bioluminescence, or the ability to create light. The firefly, the anglerfish, and a few more surprising creatures use this ability in many ways, including survival, hunting, and mating. Leslie Kenna investigates this magical glow - and our quest to replicate it.
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Bitten by a venomous snake? There's hope! French scientist Albert Calmette developed the first snake antivenom in the late 1890s, and did such a good job that we use his technique to this day. Antivenom works by stimulating the production of antibodies which can smother venom's toxic effects, preventing spread and rendering them harmless. But how do you make it? Well, stay tuned to this episode of SciShow to find out.
References for this episode can be found in the Google document here: http://dft.ba/-5FF8
Earth from Space is presented by Kelsea Brennan-Wessels from the ESA Web-TV virtual studios.
In the sixty-fifth edition, we look at Clearwater Lakes in Canada's Quebec province.
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