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Tuesday, January 15, 2013


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3MIN News January 14, 2013: Energy Flux, Spaceweather Impact, Quake Watch

Hi Everybody!!
Happy New Year (Again).

If You already screwed up your resolutions from 2 weeks ago, you have an opportunity to begin again!
January 14. Does this date have any significance to You?  Some major events occurred on this date in history. Tonight we will look at a great Wikipedia feature you can add to your search tool box. Big 'shout out' to all of You who are now flooding the net with searches of your own! 
I told You: 
 Google Search Box has all the Answers!
I am proud of all of You deciding to rise to the occasion & turn the TV off & get your Google On! Of course, You can spend your time anyway You want on the net. I happen to choose to learn more stuff. As You happen to be on this page right now, I assume You like learning of things affecting our Earth and the People also. So, a little clue I find very useful in understanding the Big Picture:

In the Google Search Box type the month and the date (not any year) and hit Go. The Google Index will come up with the options. Close to the top will be the Wikipedia Entry for that date-Select that one. An interesting collection of data comes up listing events, famous birthdays and deaths. Within the text are some words in different color print. These are links and when you click on them a new page will come up for that link. You back arrow at top left to return to previous page. They are also live links on my blog page as you will note below.
To give you an example,
 I have selected today: January 14.
 (How convenient!!!!)

January 14

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
January 14 is the 14th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 351 days remaining until the end of the year (352 in leap years).

It is sometimes celebrated as New Year's Day (at least in the 20th and 21st centuries) by ethnic groups and religious orders still using the thirteen-days-adrift Julian calendar (Old New Year).


Holidays and observances

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Take A Little Trip!

American Revolutionary War

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), the American War of Independence,[8] or simply the Revolutionary War in the United States, began as a war between the Kingdom of Great Britain and the Thirteen Colonies, but gradually grew into a world war between Britain on one side and the newly formed United States, France, Netherlands and Spain on the other. The main result was an American victory and European recognition of the independence of the United States, with mixed results for the other powers.
The war was the result of the political American Revolution. Colonists galvanized around the position that the Stamp Act of 1765, imposed byParliament of Great Britain, was unconstitutional.[citation needed] The British Parliament insisted it had the right to tax colonists to finance the colonies' military defense, which had become increasingly expensive due to the French and Indian Wars. The colonists claimed that, as they were British subjects,taxation without representation in Parliament was illegal. The American colonists formed a unifying Continental Congress and a shadow government in each colony, though at first remaining loyal to the king. The American boycott of taxed British tea led to the Boston Tea Party in 1773, when shiploads of tea were destroyed. London responded by ending self-government inMassachusetts and putting it under the control of the British army with GeneralThomas Gage as governor. In April 1775 Gage learned that weapons were being gathered in Concord, and he sent British troops to seize and destroy them.[9]Local militia confronted the troops and exchanged fire (see Battles of Lexington and Concord). After repeated pleas to the British monarchy for intervention with Parliament, any chance of a compromise ended when the Congress were declared traitors by royal decree, and they responded by declaring the independence of a new sovereign nation, the United States of America, on July 4, 1776. American Loyalists rejected the Declaration, and sided with the king; they were excluded from power everywhere. American attempts to expand the rebellion into Quebec and the Floridas were unsuccessful.
FranceSpain and the Dutch Republic all secretly provided supplies, ammunition and weapons to the revolutionaries starting early in 1776. By June 1776 the Americans were in full control of every state, but then the British Royal Navy captured New York City and made it their main base. The war became a standoff. The Royal Navy could occupy other coastal cities for brief periods, but the rebels controlled the countryside, where 90 percent of the population lived. British strategy relied on mobilizing Loyalist militia, and was never fully realized. A British invasion from Canada in 1777 ended in the capture of the British army at the Battles of Saratoga. That American victory persuaded France to enter the war openly in early 1778, balancing the two sides' military strength. Spain and the Dutch Republic—French allies—also went to war with Britain over the next four years, threatening an invasion of Great Britain and severely testing British military strength with campaigns in Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. Spain's involvement resulted in the expulsion of British armies from West Florida, securing the American southern flank. The decisive British naval victory at the Battle of the Saintes thwarted French and Spanish plans to drive Britain out of the Caribbean, and the joint Franco-Spanish attempt to capture the British stronghold of Gibraltar also resulted in similar defeat.
American Revolutionary War
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Clockwise from top leftBattle of Bunker Hill, Death ofMontgomery at QuebecBattle of Cowpens"Moonlight Battle"
DateApril 19, 1775 – September 3, 1783
LocationEastern North America, Gibraltar,Balearic Islands, Central America;
French, Dutch, and British colonial possessions in the Indian subcontinent, Africa and elsewhere;

European coastal waters, Caribbean SeaAtlantic and Indian Oceans
ResultPeace of Paris
  • American Independence
Britain loses area east of Mississippi River and south of Great Lakes & St. Lawrence River to independent United States & to Spain; Spain gains East FloridaWest Florida and Minorca; Britain cedes Tobago and Senegal to France.
Dutch Republic cedes Negapatnam to Britain.
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Go to link to see complete article which is very long and informative!
January 14 new vid releases:

Sandy Hook JFK Bali Madrid 77 Same? - Morris


Masonic Lodge in back of Sandy Hook School!

...this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek. See You Next time.
Of Course, one more great performance
or so..........

The True Wilbruy Story


Traveling Wilburys - Tweeter And The Monkey Man


Traveling Wilburys - End Of The Line

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