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Monday, 16-Jun-2014 09:31 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Why On Earth Is China Nervous About Plutonium In Japan? - Forbes












And why we dont care that Iran recently fired up a nuclear power reactor. Funny that none of the news agencies celebrity tape reporting on this story let their readers know this batch of Pu could not be used for weapons, and instead lent credence to Chinas faux rage. This Pu falling into the wrong hands wouldnt be nearly as bad as the wrong hands just getting some 137CsCl powder from a few sympathetic food irradiation facilities in the Middle East and southern Asia ( Mitt Romney, Iran and Dirty Bombs ). Now that material makes great dirty bombs! Much more critical to the idea of Japan wanting The Bomb is 300 kg of actual weapons-grade Pu that the United States stockpiled in Japan celebs decades ago for some poorly-understood reason. Japan agreed in March to return that Pu which is a good thing and should have calmed Chinas fears. Japan still has more than 44 tons of Pu, more than any non-weapons state possesses, but that will also leave soon. <br>Read more: http://www.forbes.com/sites/jamesconca/2014/06/15/why-on-earth-is-china-nervous-about-plutonium-in-japan/?commentId=comment_blogAndPostId/blog/comment/2163-3460-5881



Tuesday, 10-Jun-2014 09:51 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Australia Delivers Historic Derby Win For O'brien - Yahoo Sports












He is the best I have ridden," said Joseph O'Brien, who rode Camelot to victory in 2012. Two of the winners four owners Michael Tabor and Sue Magnier also became the most successful owners in the race's history with six wins. "When I was a young lad this achievement in becoming the most successful owner in Derby history would not even have been a distant dream," said Tabor. Joseph O'Brien rides Australia towards the winner's enclosure after winning the Derby during "You don't think that far ahead," added the former bookmaker. In a bizarre twist another of the winning horse's owners Derrick Smith's son Paul was owner of the runner-up but delighted with his runner's performance. "My original site father learn more might have got the bragging rights but I am more than happy with the way my horse performed," he said. "It was a great performance," added Smith, whose star will next race in the Irish Derby, according to trainer visit homepage Roger Varian. O'Brien's Kingfisher and wide outsider Our Channel had set the pace from the off with the fancied True Story up close under 49-year-old Kieren Fallon and Kingston Hill keeping a close eye on proeedings. <br>More: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/australia-delivers-historic-derby-win-obrien-155527357--rah.html



Tuesday, 10-Jun-2014 06:35 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Australia Delivers Historic Derby Win For O'brien - Yahoo Sports












He is the best I have ridden," said Joseph O'Brien, who rode Camelot to victory in 2012. Two of the winners four owners Michael Tabor and Sue Magnier also became the most successful owners in the race's history with six wins. "When I was a young lad this achievement in becoming the most successful owner in Derby history would not even have been a distant dream," said Tabor. Joseph O'Brien rides Australia towards the winner's enclosure after winning the Derby during "You don't think that far ahead," added the former bookmaker. In a bizarre twist another of the winning horse's owners Derrick Smith's son Paul was owner of the runner-up but delighted with his runner's performance. "My original site father learn more might have got the bragging rights but I am more than happy with the way my horse performed," he said. "It was a great performance," added Smith, whose star will next race in the Irish Derby, according to trainer visit homepage Roger Varian. O'Brien's Kingfisher and wide outsider Our Channel had set the pace from the off with the fancied True Story up close under 49-year-old Kieren Fallon and Kingston Hill keeping a close eye on proeedings. <br>More: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/australia-delivers-historic-derby-win-obrien-155527357--rah.html



Tuesday, 10-Jun-2014 05:26 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Australia Delivers Historic Derby Win For O'brien - Yahoo Sports












He is the best I have ridden," said Joseph O'Brien, who rode Camelot to victory in 2012. Two of the winners four owners Michael Tabor and Sue Magnier also became the most successful owners in the race's history with six wins. "When I was a young lad this achievement in becoming the most successful owner in Derby history would not even have been a distant dream," said Tabor. Joseph O'Brien rides Australia towards the winner's enclosure after winning the Derby during "You don't think that far ahead," added the former bookmaker. In a bizarre twist another of the winning horse's owners Derrick Smith's son Paul was owner of the runner-up but delighted with his runner's performance. "My original site father learn more might have got the bragging rights but I am more than happy with the way my horse performed," he said. "It was a great performance," added Smith, whose star will next race in the Irish Derby, according to trainer visit homepage Roger Varian. O'Brien's Kingfisher and wide outsider Our Channel had set the pace from the off with the fancied True Story up close under 49-year-old Kieren Fallon and Kingston Hill keeping a close eye on proeedings. <br>More: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/australia-delivers-historic-derby-win-obrien-155527357--rah.html



Tuesday, 10-Jun-2014 00:49 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Luiten Moves Ahead By 2 In Austria | Fox News










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"I'm happy, 66 is good," said Luiten. "It could have been a bit lower as I was playing really well, especially the first 12 holes, but it's been a really good day. I've been playing consistently and hitting some good shots and making some good putts." Bernd Wiesberger also shot 66 to review jump into second place at 9-under, while Fabrizio Zanotti (72) is alone in third at 7-under and Adam Gee (70) owns fourth at minus-6. David Horsey set a new course record with a 7-under 65 to vault into a share of fifth place at 5-under-par 211. He is joined by second-round leader Mikael Lundberg (76), Matthew Baldwin (70), Simon Wakefield (70) and Sihwan Kim (73). Lundberg entered the first round with a 1-stroke advantage, but tripped to a double-bogey at the third to fall to 7-under and hand Slattery the lead at minus-8. Lundberg bounced back with a birdie at the fourth to regain a share of the lead, and Luiten made it a three-way tie atop the leaderboard with birdies at the first, third and sixth. <br>More: http://www.foxnews.com/sports/2014/06/07/luiten-moves-ahead-by-2-in-austria/



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