1. Cherry Point Coal Terminal EIS Scoping Event - Ferndale: Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012

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    Ferndale: Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012; 3 to 7 p.m.; Ferndale Events Center, 5715 Barrett Road The public commented on the scope of an environmental impact statement (EIS) that three agencies plan to jointly prepare for a proposed bulk-cargo shipping terminal and rail spur improvements at Cherry Point. Whatcom County, the Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology), and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) are together conducting the EIS process for the proposed terminal projects and will jointly produce one EIS. Whatcom County and Ecology must follow the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), and the Corps must follow the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Pacific International Terminals, a subsidiary of SSA Marine Inc. (SSA), proposes to build and operate the Gateway Pacific Terminal between Ferndale and Blaine. The terminal would provide storage and handling of exported and imported dry bulk commodities, including coal, grain, iron ore, salts and alumina. BNSF Railway Inc. proposes to add rail facilities and install a second track along the six-mile Custer Spur. A 120-day comment period for the NEPA/SEPA EIS scoping process will begin Sept. 24, 2012, and end Jan. 21, 2013. Through scoping, the agencies will decide what impacts to analyze in the EIS. The three lead agencies will ask other agencies, tribes and the public to comment on what impacts the EIS should address. After considering comments, the lead agencies will decide what should be included in the EIS. Further phases include researching and preparing the draft and final EIS. People can view information about the proposed projects and comment at any time during the 120-day comment period: Via the official website established by the three agencies for the EIS process: www.eisgatewaypacificwa.gov. By email: comments@eisgatewaypacificwa.gov. By mail: GPT/Custer Spur EIS, 1100 112th Ave. NE, Suite 400, Bellevue, WA 98004. The lead agencies also will host seven scoping meetings, which will include information on the proposed projects, staff available to answer questions, and opportunities to provide oral or written comments. There will be no formal presentation, and people may arrive and leave as they choose during the meeting hours. The official website, www.eisgatewaypacificwa.gov, provides additional details about the scoping process and meetings, and will display the comments received. The site’s full set of features will go on line at about midnight on Sept. 24, 2012. The joint NEPA/SEPA EIS process enables the co-lead agencies to avoid duplicated efforts where the two laws overlap, while meeting each statute’s separate requirements. Parts of the joint EIS process described on the website apply to both statutes and parts apply to one or the other. In scoping, the lead agencies seek comments that will guide their decision on how the EIS will address: A reasonable range of alternatives for the proposals. Potentially affected resources and the extent to which the EIS should analyze those resources. Identifying significant unavoidable adverse impacts. Measures to avoid, minimize and mitigate effects caused by the proposals. The scoping process does not address whether the proposal should receive permits. Scoping only helps define what will be studied in the EIS. Decisions about issuing permits to construct the proposed projects will not be made until after the EIS is complete. Later in 2013, after the comment period, the lead agencies will issue a scoping report and begin work on a draft EIS, which may take at least a year to prepare. The lead agencies will seek public comment on the draft EIS, and then produce a final NEPA/SEPA EIS. THIS VIDEO IS PROVIDED BY THE CENTER FOR NEW MEDIA TO HELP EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ABOUT THIS IMPORTANT ISSUE. http://www.centerfornewmedia.org/

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    • Cherry Point Coal Terminal EIS Scoping Event - Bellingham: Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012

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      Bellingham: Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Squalicum High School The public commented on the scope of an environmental impact statement (EIS) that three agencies plan to jointly prepare for a proposed bulk-cargo shipping terminal and rail spur improvements at Cherry Point. Whatcom County, the Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology), and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) are together conducting the EIS process for the proposed terminal projects and will jointly produce one EIS. Whatcom County and Ecology must follow the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), and the Corps must follow the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Pacific International Terminals, a subsidiary of SSA Marine Inc. (SSA), proposes to build and operate the Gateway Pacific Terminal between Ferndale and Blaine. The terminal would provide storage and handling of exported and imported dry bulk commodities, including coal, grain, iron ore, salts and alumina. BNSF Railway Inc. proposes to add rail facilities and install a second track along the six-mile Custer Spur. A 120-day comment period for the NEPA/SEPA EIS scoping process will begin Sept. 24, 2012, and end Jan. 21, 2013. Through scoping, the agencies will decide what impacts to analyze in the EIS. The three lead agencies will ask other agencies, tribes and the public to comment on what impacts the EIS should address. After considering comments, the lead agencies will decide what should be included in the EIS. Further phases include researching and preparing the draft and final EIS. People can view information about the proposed projects and comment at any time during the 120-day comment period: Via the official website established by the three agencies for the EIS process: www.eisgatewaypacificwa.gov. By email: comments@eisgatewaypacificwa.gov. By mail: GPT/Custer Spur EIS, 1100 112th Ave. NE, Suite 400, Bellevue, WA 98004. The lead agencies also will host seven scoping meetings, which will include information on the proposed projects, staff available to answer questions, and opportunities to provide oral or written comments. There will be no formal presentation, and people may arrive and leave as they choose during the meeting hours. The official website, www.eisgatewaypacificwa.gov, provides additional details about the scoping process and meetings, and will display the comments received. The site’s full set of features will go on line at about midnight on Sept. 24, 2012. The joint NEPA/SEPA EIS process enables the co-lead agencies to avoid duplicated efforts where the two laws overlap, while meeting each statute’s separate requirements. Parts of the joint EIS process described on the website apply to both statutes and parts apply to one or the other. In scoping, the lead agencies seek comments that will guide their decision on how the EIS will address: A reasonable range of alternatives for the proposals. Potentially affected resources and the extent to which the EIS should analyze those resources. Identifying significant unavoidable adverse impacts. Measures to avoid, minimize and mitigate effects caused by the proposals. The scoping process does not address whether the proposal should receive permits. Scoping only helps define what will be studied in the EIS. Decisions about issuing permits to construct the proposed projects will not be made until after the EIS is complete. Later in 2013, after the comment period, the lead agencies will issue a scoping report and begin work on a draft EIS, which may take at least a year to prepare. The lead agencies will seek public comment on the draft EIS, and then produce a final NEPA/SEPA EIS. THIS VIDEO IS PROVIDED BY THE CENTER FOR NEW MEDIA TO HELP EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ABOUT THIS IMPORTANT ISSUE. http://www.centerfornewmedia.org/

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      • [ALEV-FULL] Turkey's european identity

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        ALDE ADLE Seminar (Full Video Event): Turkey's european identity and the role of culture and media Event date: 30/09/10 09:00 to 12:30 Location: BE BRUSSELS A3E-2 The relations between Turkey and the EU are one of the most debated topics within the EU. Not only because Turkey is a candidate country and is currently conducting accession negotiations with the EU, or because it has established one of the deepest economic relationships with the Union as a third country but also because its accession process is put at the top of the political agenda of many EU member states. Turkey's accession process is a big test for the EU itself, which, following successive enlargements and the adoption of the Lisbon Treaty, has been striving to define and consolidate a 'European' identity. Yet, the role of the cultural and media sectors is less prominently acknowledged . . Additionally, press freedom, media pluralism, and freedom of expression are essential elements of the Copenhagen criteria, which set out the requirements for candidate Member States to join the EU. The seminar will kick off a discussion introduced by two panels of distinguished guests: Panel 1: Turkeys' European Identity Dr. Burak Erdenir, Deputy Secretary General for EU Affairs Pelin Batu - Actress and activist Panel 2 : The role of culture and media in shaping public perceptions both in Turkey and in the EU Asli Aydintasbas - Senior columnist at Milliyet Nahide Deniz-Correspondant of Deutsche Welle, BBC and Bulgarian News Agency Metin Kazak and Marietje Schaake, Members of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe cordially invite you to share your views in this crucial debate. ----------------------------------------------- MEP's Concerned: Metin Kazak and Marietje Schaake For more information: olga.harmegnies(at)europarl.europa.eu [ALDEADLE-FULL-EVENT] [Event] [Seminar] [Language EN] 100930-ALDEADLE-FULL-EVENT-Turkeys_european_identity

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        • Ukraine 20 years on [Full Video] [ALEV-FULL] [EN]

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          Full Video of the ALDE ADLE CONFERENCE on Ukraine 20 years on ALDE in collaboration with the European Policy Centre and Ukrainian Mission to the EU will organize a conference on 21st September to mark the 20th anniversary of Ukraine’s independence. Conference is going to be attended by prominent European and Ukrainian speakers - Andriy Klyuyev, First Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine, Štefan Füle, Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighbourhood Policy, Petro Poroshenko, President of the Council of the National Bank of Ukraine. Conference will also tackle economic/trade issues and energy. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Event date: Wednesday 21 September 2011 14:30 to 18:00 Location: BRUSSELS EP PHS 5B001 MEP's Concerned: Siiri OVIIR (Eesti Keskerakond) and Adina-Ioana VĂLEAN (Partidul Naţional Liberal) ------------------------------------------------------------------- [ALDEADLE-EVENT] [FULL-EVENT] [ALEV-FULL] [ALEV] [EVENT] [VIDEO] [CONFERENCE] [Language EN] 110921-ALDEADLE-EVENT-VIDEO-FULL-CONFERENCE-Ukraine_20_years_on

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          • Cherry Point Coal Terminal EIS Scoping Event - Seattle: Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012 - Room 2

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            Seattle: Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012 - Room 2 The public commented on the scope of an environmental impact statement (EIS) that three agencies plan to jointly prepare for a proposed bulk-cargo shipping terminal and rail spur improvements at Cherry Point. Whatcom County, the Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology), and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) are together conducting the EIS process for the proposed terminal projects and will jointly produce one EIS. Whatcom County and Ecology must follow the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), and the Corps must follow the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Pacific International Terminals, a subsidiary of SSA Marine Inc. (SSA), proposes to build and operate the Gateway Pacific Terminal between Ferndale and Blaine. The terminal would provide storage and handling of exported and imported dry bulk commodities, including coal, grain, iron ore, salts and alumina. BNSF Railway Inc. proposes to add rail facilities and install a second track along the six-mile Custer Spur. A 120-day comment period for the NEPA/SEPA EIS scoping process will begin Sept. 24, 2012, and end Jan. 21, 2013. Through scoping, the agencies will decide what impacts to analyze in the EIS. The three lead agencies will ask other agencies, tribes and the public to comment on what impacts the EIS should address. After considering comments, the lead agencies will decide what should be included in the EIS. Further phases include researching and preparing the draft and final EIS. People can view information about the proposed projects and comment at any time during the 120-day comment period: Via the official website established by the three agencies for the EIS process: www.eisgatewaypacificwa.gov. By email: comments@eisgatewaypacificwa.gov. By mail: GPT/Custer Spur EIS, 1100 112th Ave. NE, Suite 400, Bellevue, WA 98004. The lead agencies also will host seven scoping meetings, which will include information on the proposed projects, staff available to answer questions, and opportunities to provide oral or written comments. There will be no formal presentation, and people may arrive and leave as they choose during the meeting hours. The official website, www.eisgatewaypacificwa.gov, provides additional details about the scoping process and meetings, and will display the comments received. The site’s full set of features will go on line at about midnight on Sept. 24, 2012. The joint NEPA/SEPA EIS process enables the co-lead agencies to avoid duplicated efforts where the two laws overlap, while meeting each statute’s separate requirements. Parts of the joint EIS process described on the website apply to both statutes and parts apply to one or the other. In scoping, the lead agencies seek comments that will guide their decision on how the EIS will address: A reasonable range of alternatives for the proposals. Potentially affected resources and the extent to which the EIS should analyze those resources. Identifying significant unavoidable adverse impacts. Measures to avoid, minimize and mitigate effects caused by the proposals. The scoping process does not address whether the proposal should receive permits. Scoping only helps define what will be studied in the EIS. Decisions about issuing permits to construct the proposed projects will not be made until after the EIS is complete. Later in 2013, after the comment period, the lead agencies will issue a scoping report and begin work on a draft EIS, which may take at least a year to prepare. The lead agencies will seek public comment on the draft EIS, and then produce a final NEPA/SEPA EIS. THIS VIDEO IS PROVIDED BY THE CENTER FOR NEW MEDIA TO HELP EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ABOUT THIS IMPORTANT ISSUE. http://www.centerfornewmedia.org/

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            • ★3DJ Event ♪ SilverHAZE ♪ Burnercrew ♪ Roise : Club Lucente : Second Life

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              【Club Lucente Party TiME】 2014/11/15 1st DJシルバ☆@DJ SilverHAZE 2nd DJバナ☆@DJ Buenercrew 3rd DJロイズ☆@DJ Roise ♪Dance Master : Megu Fairey ♪Movie Design : Umekobutya (Broadcast recording) Blog : http://llucente.slmame.com/e1485868.html Location : http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Lucente%20Garden/129/129/24

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              • GSO Leipzig 2013 Afterparty

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                Nach der GSO (Global Space Odyssee), eine Demo, die durch die Stadt Leipzig lief, fand in der Nähe des Völkerschlachtdenkmals mehrere kleine Afterpartys statt. Dies ist eine vollständige Aufnahme von einem der Partys. Vielen Dank an die Veranstalter!

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                • Private Room #7

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                  Private Room #7

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                  • Einheitsfeld Theorie - Nassim Haramein Teil 1

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                    this is a presentation from Nassim Haramein which was translated to german on permission

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                    • Cherry Point Coal Terminal EIS Scoping Event - Seattle: Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012 - Room 1

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                      Seattle: Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012 - Room 1 The public commented on the scope of an environmental impact statement (EIS) that three agencies plan to jointly prepare for a proposed bulk-cargo shipping terminal and rail spur improvements at Cherry Point. Whatcom County, the Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology), and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) are together conducting the EIS process for the proposed terminal projects and will jointly produce one EIS. Whatcom County and Ecology must follow the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), and the Corps must follow the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Pacific International Terminals, a subsidiary of SSA Marine Inc. (SSA), proposes to build and operate the Gateway Pacific Terminal between Ferndale and Blaine. The terminal would provide storage and handling of exported and imported dry bulk commodities, including coal, grain, iron ore, salts and alumina. BNSF Railway Inc. proposes to add rail facilities and install a second track along the six-mile Custer Spur. A 120-day comment period for the NEPA/SEPA EIS scoping process will begin Sept. 24, 2012, and end Jan. 21, 2013. Through scoping, the agencies will decide what impacts to analyze in the EIS. The three lead agencies will ask other agencies, tribes and the public to comment on what impacts the EIS should address. After considering comments, the lead agencies will decide what should be included in the EIS. Further phases include researching and preparing the draft and final EIS. People can view information about the proposed projects and comment at any time during the 120-day comment period: Via the official website established by the three agencies for the EIS process: www.eisgatewaypacificwa.gov. By email: comments@eisgatewaypacificwa.gov. By mail: GPT/Custer Spur EIS, 1100 112th Ave. NE, Suite 400, Bellevue, WA 98004. The lead agencies also will host seven scoping meetings, which will include information on the proposed projects, staff available to answer questions, and opportunities to provide oral or written comments. There will be no formal presentation, and people may arrive and leave as they choose during the meeting hours. The official website, www.eisgatewaypacificwa.gov, provides additional details about the scoping process and meetings, and will display the comments received. The site’s full set of features will go on line at about midnight on Sept. 24, 2012. The joint NEPA/SEPA EIS process enables the co-lead agencies to avoid duplicated efforts where the two laws overlap, while meeting each statute’s separate requirements. Parts of the joint EIS process described on the website apply to both statutes and parts apply to one or the other. In scoping, the lead agencies seek comments that will guide their decision on how the EIS will address: A reasonable range of alternatives for the proposals. Potentially affected resources and the extent to which the EIS should analyze those resources. Identifying significant unavoidable adverse impacts. Measures to avoid, minimize and mitigate effects caused by the proposals. The scoping process does not address whether the proposal should receive permits. Scoping only helps define what will be studied in the EIS. Decisions about issuing permits to construct the proposed projects will not be made until after the EIS is complete. Later in 2013, after the comment period, the lead agencies will issue a scoping report and begin work on a draft EIS, which may take at least a year to prepare. The lead agencies will seek public comment on the draft EIS, and then produce a final NEPA/SEPA EIS. THIS VIDEO IS PROVIDED BY THE CENTER FOR NEW MEDIA TO HELP EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ABOUT THIS IMPORTANT ISSUE. http://www.centerfornewmedia.org/

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