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Cam Edwards gives his analysis of some recent articles about “Stand Your Ground” that appeared in the Tampa Bay Times – You can read their series here: – NRA News – August 14, 2012 –
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Ever opened the pink newspaper and got confused ? There are news , articles , recommendations by financial experts , innumerable numbers and many more. Watch this video to decode how to read a financial market newspaper and use it for Financial Market Analysis
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by Martí Domínguez, Íngrid Lafita, Anna Mateu
Published in Public Understanding of Science, April 2016

In this article, we study the evolution of opinion genres regarding climate change in three Spanish newspapers (El País, El Mundo, and ABC). Analyzing the op-ed articles in these newspapers, we observe a significant change in the evolution of opinion. While denialism was very present in conservative press in 2007, 7 years later it is almost absent from El Mundo, and its presence in ABC is much lower and inactive: this shows that scientific consensus has prevailed over time and Spanish denialism has weakened, exclusively supported by political arguments by the most conservative parties.
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07th May, 2015, Hindu News Paper Opinion Articles (Editorial) Analysis – UPSC

Unique Article Wizard has the reputation of being the very best online tool for article promotion; but could it be well worth all of the hype? On this Unique Article Wizard review, we’ll analyze a few things about this app that speak for themselves.

Broad Submission:

It’s not necessary to physically submit your articles to websites and wait for confirmation emails with UAW; it does all the article marketing for you behind the scenes. Your content is approved and submitted with 24 hours (compared to one to two weeks because of its competition). After that it immediately posts multiple versions of the articles to thousands of websites, blogs, and specialist websites within its large network, and replies to verification e-mails immediately. On top of that, it submits your articles to niche sites relevant to your keywords and category selection.

Internet search engine Placement:

UAW enables you to instantly create several versions of the identical article, by adjusting the titles, authors, source boxes, and anchor texts. Search engines will index your content on the new websites within two or three days. Because of these many versions of the same article, it might appear several times within the engines like google. If you’re able to dominate the first page of search engine results through article marketing, you will get plenty of traffic to your back linked website.

Outsourcing is Okay!

While using system to its fullest requires writing and rewriting lots of articles, which can be time intensive and boring. What lots of people don’t understand, however, is that the article does not have to be compiled by YOU, it just needs to be unique. The difficulty of writing can be outsourced. The web site, for instance, will write UAW-friendly articles or blog posts for you for a fee.

Downsides: No Unique Article Wizard analysis would be complete and not mention a minumum of one downside. Because of the plugins that webmasters can also add to their blogging software, almost any blog can join the UAW network when needed. Although this increases your prospective readership, additionally , it means you’ve minor control over where your articles will end up. Although most of the websites in UAW’s network are of fairly good quality, there is a chance your articles might end up on low quality blogs.

From my experience, and also the reason I wrote this excellent Article Wizard overview, I’m convinced this system is the most effective form of submission of content.

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PORTLAND, Ore. – An article predicting an imminent Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake is a hoax, according to a Portland State University geologist.

The article was published Sunday and has circulated widely on Facebook and Twitter, prompting many KGW viewers to ask whether the information is credible.

The article, published by, says an ocean data buoy detected a sudden drop in water depth off Oregon’s west coast. The article said the drop indicated the “earth sunk” and the tectonic plate will soon snap “back upward,” resulting in a catastrophic earthquake.

While there is a chance a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake will strike along the Juan de Fuca plate, scientists say there is no evidence that the process has begun.

KGW talked with Scott Burns, a geologist with PSU. Burns said he confirmed with the National Weather Service that the article was a hoax, and the weather service debunked the article.

The National Weather Service tweeted that tides naturally change water column height each day.

A list of real-time tsunami and earthquake information can be found on the weather service’s tsunami warning center.

KGW also has a real-time map of earthquakes in the Northwest. Small earthquakes are common and not usually indicative of a larger event.

There is a one in three chance that a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake stronger than 8.0 will strike in the next 50 years. That earthquake could trigger a tsunami that could send a wall of water up to 100 feet high towards the Oregon and Washington coastline.
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