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Transitory Provisions of the Constitution of Ireland - Wikisource, the free online library

Transitory Provisions of the Constitution of Ireland - Wikisource, the free online library | An Irishman's Perspective | Scoop.it
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Bunreacht Na hEireann - The Omitted Articles 51-63.

52.2. states the omitted articles continue to have the force of law.

Why hide them from offical texts?

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Leaked emails prove Obama "backed plan to launch chemical weapon attack on Syria and blame it on Assad" - Atlas Shrugs

Leaked emails prove Obama "backed plan to launch chemical weapon attack on Syria and blame it on Assad" - Atlas Shrugs | An Irishman's Perspective | Scoop.it
And the band plays on. American reminds me of a battered victim suffering from Stockholm Syndrome. Will nothing shake America out of her Obama-induced stupor? Obama's tactics seem to emulate the al qaeda jihadists he is supporting in Syria.
Ciaran Cahill's insight:

The Mail Online published this article on 30th January 2013. They took the page down earlier this week, just after the CW explosion in Syria.

It reads like a Hollywood script to a Chemical Weapons attack in Syria organised by the United States & their lapdogs.

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Researchers Publish Cookbook for Carbon Nanotubes

Researchers Publish Cookbook for Carbon Nanotubes | An Irishman's Perspective | Scoop.it
USC researchers develop method for producing carbon nanotubes with predicatable atomic structures

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Science Exchange Facilitates International Collaboration with NASA to Develop Super-Black Carbon Nanotubes | The Science Exchange Blog

Science Exchange Facilitates International Collaboration with NASA to Develop Super-Black Carbon Nanotubes | The Science Exchange Blog | An Irishman's Perspective | Scoop.it
An online collaboration formed between NASA and the ANFF has led to the development of novel carbon nanotube growth. (A collab using Science Exchange between @NASA and the MCN resulted in the blackest materials ever!

Via Arnaud Bousquet
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Arnaud Bousquet's curator insight, July 22, 2013 11:04 AM

Collaboration entre la NASA, le Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication pour une recherche portant sur le développement de nouveaux nanotubes de carbone.