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1. Article On Gov't Remote Viewing Program In JSE
A public link page providing a variety of resources on this topic. view top secret facilities in the former ussr and elsewhere Nobel Laureate, a former Major general, and internationally known
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2. Dist. Gov.-Elect
Up District governor Dist. gov.Elect District Organization Leadership Team of information for the Russian-speaking Rotarians as the general public in the former ussr.
Rotary International

President's Web Site

Rotary in Russia 2004
District Governor-Elect
Vladimir Donskoy - Russia
Up District Governor Dist. Gov.-Elect District Organization District Leadership Team Executive Assistant Governors District Maps ... Demographics Dr. Vladimir Donskoy is a university professor from Irkutsk, Russia. He teaches business communication, business ethics, and intercultural communication. Vladimir is a co-founder of Rotary in the former Soviet Union. He was instrumental in establishing most of the Russian clubs in D5010, including his own club of Irkutsk-Baikal. Dr. Donskoy has authored a few publications. His book "Fundamentals of Rotary", in Russian, is referred to as the "Rotary Russian Bible" for the existing and potential clubs in his country. Recently he has developed a Rotary web site, an indispensable source of information for the Russian-speaking Rotarians as the general public in the former USSR. The first first Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence from Russia (1991-93), Vladimir was able to study the inner workings of Rotary in the USA (District 5220). From 1993 on, he has assisted Alaskan governors to administer Rotary business in Siberia and the Russian Far East as Area Representative, Assistant Governor, and Deputy District Governor.

3. CIA - The World Factbook -- Germany
proclaimed 7 October 1949 and included the former ussr zone; unification missionAmbassador Wolfgang Friedrich ISCHINGER consulate(s) general Atlanta, Boston
Select a Country Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Arctic Ocean Argentina Armenia Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlantic Ocean Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas, The Bahrain Baker Island Bangladesh Barbados Bassas da India Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Indian Ocean Territory British Virgin Islands Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burma Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile China Christmas Island Clipperton Island Cocos (Keeling) Islands Colombia Comoros Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Cook Islands Coral Sea Islands Costa Rica Cote d'Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic East Timor Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Europa Island Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) Faroe Islands Fiji Finland France French Guiana French Polynesia French Southern and Antarctic Lands Gabon Gambia, The

4. Herbarium Of Vascular Plants Of National Herbarium Of Ukraine: General Informati
Herbarium of vascular plants general information. specimens and consists of 5 sectionsflora of Ukraine, flora of CIS (the former ussr territory), flora of
National Herbarium of Ukraine
Herbarium KW
Ukrainian version
Herbarium of vascular plants:
general information
KW VASCULAR PLANTS HERBARIUM Herbarium of vascular plants (KW) contains 1,5 million specimens and consists of 5 sections: flora of Ukraine, flora of CIS (the former USSR territory), flora of the world, exchange stock, memorial herbarium collections (J.Gilibert, W. Besser, P.Rogowich, M.Turczaninow, V.Chernjaev, I.Schmalhausen, M.Klokov), including type collections. COLLECTIONS OF UKRAINE Collections of Ukraine's flora (700 000 specimens) is the main part of the KW Herbarium. The oldest materials (XIX century) were collected by W. Besser, A. Andrzejowsky, F.Marschall von Bieberstein, P. Rogowich, I. Schmalhausen, V.Montresor, V.Chernjaev, V.Taliev, G.Shiryaev, and others. There are rich collections (XX century ) of M.Kotov, Yu.Kleopow, D.Dobrochaeva, O.Dubovik, A.Barbarych, G.Kuznetsova, G.Bilyk and others. All species of vascular plants of the flora of Ukraine are well repesented. During the taxonomic study of some families and genera of Ukraine's flora, the serial herbarium material was collected: Boraginaceae; Centaurea L. (D.Dobrochaeva); Poaceae

Nikolayevich Yeltsin. History, gov't Social Science Chronologies general Chronology of Russian Russia and the former ussr. History, gov't Social Science Institute for

6. Docket For 00-38
Nov 24 2000, Brief of petitioners Janet Reno, Attorney general, et al. Dec 22 2000,Brief amici curiae of American Association of Jews from the former. ussr, et al
No. 00-38 Status: DECIDED Title: John D. Ashcroft, Attorney General, et al., Petitioners v. Kim H. Ma Docketed: Lower Ct: United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit July 6, 2000
~~Date~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~Proceedings and Orders~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Nov 1 1999 Application (A99-359) for a stay of order of the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington pending appeal, submitted to Justice O'Connor. Nov 2 1999 Response to application (A99-359) from Kim Ho Ma requested by Justice O'Connor, due November 9, 1999. Nov 2 1999 (A99-359)Temporary stay entered by Justice O'Connor pending receipt of a response and further order of the undersigned or of the court. Nov 9 1999 Response to application (A99-359) filed by Kim Ho Ma. Nov 10 1999 Application (A99-359) referred to the Court by Justice O'Connor. Nov 10 1999 (A99-359)Reply Memorandum in Support of Application for Stay filed. Nov 12 1999 (A99-359)Response to Reply Memorandum in support of Application for Stay Nov 12 1999 Application (A99-359) denied by the Court.

MULTIETHNIC ussr SIBERIA Core 173. Resources at the Colgate Libraries. I. LOCATING BOOKS THROUGH THE ONLINE CATALOG. There are two ways to execute a subject search on MONDO. consists of materials on Siberia in general. RU04 consists of in periodicals) or microfilm (gov Docs Micro PREX7.10FBIS all nationalities of the former ussr, and also with national
MULTI-ETHNIC USSR : SIBERIA Core 173 Resources at the Colgate Libraries I. LOCATING BOOKS THROUGH THE ONLINE CATALOG There are two ways to execute a subject search on MONDO. The S ubject key word search is the best place to begin your quest for books in Case or Cooley Library. For a more specific type of subject searching use the Library of Congress terms listed below with an E xact Subject Headings search. Library of Congress Subject Headings
  • Siberia (Russia) Soviet Union Ethnic Relations Ethnology Soviet Union Ethnology Former Soviet Republics Nationalism Soviet Union (or) Former Soviet Republics Minorities Soviet Union (or) Former Soviet Republics
II REFERENCE SOURCES Great Soviet Encyclopedia. 31 vols.
Encyclopedia Alcove AE55 .B6217 note: Siberian History from the "official" Soviet point of view. Use the index to locate information on Siberia and its Native Peoples. An Ethnohistorical Dictionary of the Russian and Soviet Empires.
Case Ref DK33 .E837 1994 Good place to get a quick view of the ethnographic history of the area up through 1991. A short bibliography follows each entry. Guide to the Study of the Soviet Nationalities :non-Russian peoples of the USSR.

8. Statement Of Dr. Kenneth Alibek Before The Joint Economic Committee
We also have the indications of a former highly placed I oversaw the developmentof the ussr s tactics to In very general terms, our research and concealment
Statement by
Dr. Kenneth Alibek
Program Manager
Battelle Memorial Institute
before the
Joint Economic Committee
United States Congress
Wednesday, May 20, 1998
Terrorist and Intelligence Operations: Potential Impact on the U.S. Economy
What are Biological Weapons?
  • damage military equipment by causing corrosion
  • degrade different types of plastics used in equipment, computers, etc.
  • render fuels useless.
  • obtaining a sample of the microorganisms to be used
  • culturing the microorganisms until there is enough for a weapon
  • concentrating the culture to make it strong enough for a weapon
  • adding certain ingredients to stabilize the culture.
  • contamination of food or water supplies, which are then ingested by the victims
  • release of infected vectors, such as mosquitoes or fleas, which then bite the victims
  • creation of an aerosol cloud, which is then inhaled by the victims (or, if the targets are plants, the cloud then settles on and infects the plants).
The USSR's Biological Weapons Program
  • smallpox
  • plague
  • anthrax
  • Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis
  • Glanders
  • brucellosis
  • Marburg infection.

9. Catalog 2001-2003, General - Department Of History / Government
Catalog 20012003, general. Printer-friendly disintegration of the ussr, and the problems gov 4021. The Commonwealth Today Issues Facing Individual Nations Within the former British
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Department of History and Government Chair: Jim R. Alexander, Ph.D., Professor Location: CFO 605
Telephone: (940) 898-2133
Telefax: (940) 898-2130
Faculty: Professors J. Alexander, V. Belfiglio,S. Buckley, D. DeMoss, T. Hoye, H. Landry, B. Presnall, P. Travis;
Associate Professors, L. Hodges, J. Lawhon; Associate Visiting Professor J. Robb;
Lecturer II: P. Devereaux; Lecturers I: M. Campbell, A. Johnson, C. Wright
Admission Requirements Please see Admission section of this catalog. The same standards for admission to the University apply to the Department of History and Government. Undergraduate Degrees B.A. and B.S. in Government B.A. and B.S. in History B.A. and B.S. in Criminal Justice, an interdisciplinary program with the Department of Sociology and Social Work No grade lower than C can be counted toward completion of any major or minor in this department.
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Degree with a History or Government Major General Description The Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Science degrees in history or government offer a sound basis for proceeding to graduate programs in these fields, to law school admission, or to careers in public service. In addition, these degrees provide a background for professional preparation in the following fields: library science; teaching at middle school, secondary school, or college level; work with archives, historical associations, museums or national parks; journalism; criminal justice administration; legal assistance; foreign service, non profit, administrative, federal and state civil service.

10. Russia: General Information
The government http// Vladimir Ustinov (acting ProsecutorGeneral since Summer former ussr 1st programm Radio1 was privatized in 1998
Law Federal power bodies Regions Parties ... Links
Statistics: Territory - 17.075.000, population - about 147.200.000 (Russians - 83%), capital - city of Moscow (population 8.900.000).
Status: 1922 to 1991 - a republic of the USSR. Since December, 12, 1991 - independent state. UN member, UN Security Council permanent member (succesor of the USSR).
Official name: Till December, 25, 1991 - Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (RSFSR). Since December, 25, 1991 - Russian Federation.
Constitution of Russian Federation was adopted at the December, 12, 1993 referendum.
Laws of RSFSR (Russian Federation), which were in force before the Constitution came into force, are applied to the extent that they do not conflict with the new Constitution. All USSR international treaties and several laws of the USSR that are registered at the Ministry of Justice are in force on the territory of RF.
President of the RF may issue normative decrees (=edicts=ukases) including decrees on the matters that should be regulated by laws - until the adoption of laws.
According to the new Constitution each region (=subject=member=constituent entity) of Russian Federation (not only republics as before) has its own laws and Fundamental law: Constitution - for republics, Ustav (Charter) - for other regions.

11. Where Was General Marshall?
Where Was general Marshall? SOME NEW VIEWS Tapes 2, 5 and 6, former gov. Burns seemed to recall art and a dogged admirer of the ussr, Arthur Upham Pope
Institute for Historical Review
Where Was General Marshall?
JAMES J. MARTIN We have been solemnly assured even in our own day that gossip is part of history. We find it from Thucydides to Tacitus; Suetonius' History of the Twelve Caesars is liberally seasoned with gossip. And some of the most graceful and elegant gossip ever committed to posterity is to be found in Plutarch. Apparently it is an almost inescapable part of any episode which persists in remaining cloudy as to origins or content regardless of efforts to penetrate to the core of the affair by assemblage or analysis of facts. Perhaps there is more excuse for gossip in classical accounts, when the writing of such often took place many years after the events described, by which time some of the sources may have disappeared, and could not be examined. There is undoubtedly less excuse for it now. But we have events all the time which result in such circumstances, with any number of reasons prevailing to help explain either why there is a mystery, or why none should prevail. hominem criticism of their challengers, or the employment of devious and diversionary maneuvers intended to draw attention away from the problem. Like legal processes, history, when it cannot stand on documentary evidence, relapses and tries to make do by the substitution of testimony and opinion.

12. Georgia - General Information
Search., Georgia general Information. TOURISM POTENTIALGeorgia was one of the leaders of recreational system in the former ussr.
Main page Directory Foreign policy Consular info • WELCOME TO OUR WEB SITE Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, the Government department, responsible for foreign affairs through our headquarters in Tbilisi and Georgian Embassies and Consulates throughout the world. Search
Conventional form:
Local form: Sakartvelo
CAPITAL: Tbilisi
LOCATION: Georgia is situated at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, in the Western part of the Transcaucasia on the southern slopes of the Caucasian mountains, between the 40' and 47' latitude east and 42' and 44 longitude north, covering the area of 69.700 sq. km. It shares borders with the Russian Federation in the north, the Republic of Azerbaijan in the south-east, the Republic of Armenia in the south, and the Republic of Turkey in the south-west. Western Georgia is bounded by the Black Sea.
LANDSCAPE: The surface of Georgia ranges in altitude from meters on the Black Sea level up to 5.184 meters. The northern, central and southern parts are dominated by mountains (with Caucasus mountains in the north, Likhi range in the central part and lesser Caucasus mountains in the south). Kolkhida Lowland opens to the Black Sea in the west, while in eastern Georgia all rivers join the Mtkvari (Kura) river, forming the Caspian basin.
2/3 of the territory is mountainous, the average height being 1200 meters. The main peaks are : Shkhara (5184), Kazbegi (5033), Rustaveli (4960), Tetnuldi (4852), Ushba (4710), and Shkhelda (4322). The main rivers are: Mtkvari (384 km), Alazani (390 km), Iori (375 km), Rioni (327 km), Enguri (221 km), and Khrami (220 km).

13. Religious - Jewish - Nordic And Baltic Europe
slavic, east european, and former ussr resources. Religion Jewish - Nordic and Jewish Religious Sites for the Nordic or Baltic Areas in general From the's Kareliia.
slavic, east european, and former USSR resources
Religion - Jewish - Nordic and Baltic Europe and Finno-Ugric Areas of Russia
JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS, FAITHS, GROUPS, ETC.,: Sites related to Jewish organizations or groups arranged by country or geographic area. Jewish Religious Sites for the Nordic or Baltic Areas in General Jewish Religious Sites for Finland Jewish Religious Sites for Estonia Jewish Religious Sites for Latvia

Social Science Chronologies Russian History in general History, gov Science Illustrated History of Russia and the former ussr History, gov t

15. Columbus World Travel Guide - Europe - Moldova, Republic - General Information
general Information Area 33,800 sq km (13,050 sq miles one of the most highly populatedrepublics of the former ussr. of America (website can be
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... Europe /Moldova MOLDOVA General Information
Area: 33,800 sq km (13,050 sq miles).
Population: 4,264,300 (official estimate 2001).
Population Density: 126.2 per sq km.
Capital: Chisinau (Kishinev). Population:
GEOGRAPHY: Moldova is a small landlocked state in southeastern Europe – one of the most highly populated republics of the former USSR. To the north, east and south Moldova, is bound by Ukraine; to the west by Romania. The River Prut constitutes the border with Romania. The country has rich pastures and wooded slopes, ideal for wine-growing.
Government: Republic since 1991. Gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. Head of State: President Vladimir Voronin since 2001. Head of Government: Prime Minister Vasile Tarlev since 2001.
Language: The Constitution of 1994 described the official language as ‘Moldovan’ although it is considered to be virtually identical to Romanian. In 1940, after Soviet annexation, the Cyrillic script was introduced and was referred to as Moldavian up until 1989 when the Latin alphabet was reintroduced. Russian is still the most widely spoken language. The ethnic and linguistic make-up of Moldova is as follows: Moldovans 64.5 per cent, Ukrainians 13.8 per cent, Russians 13.0 per cent, Gagauz 3.5 per cent, Bulgarians 1.5 per cent, others 3.7 per cent. Religion: Mostly Eastern Orthodox Christian and other Christian denominations. A small amount of the population are Jewish. There are more than 850 churches, 11 Christian Orthodox monasteries, two Armenian churches and more than 60 churches of the Seventh Day Adventists. There is one synagogue (in Chisinau).

16. MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Diphtheria
In 1993 and 1994, the states of the former ussr experienced a Updated by CamilleKotton, MD, Infectious Diseases Division, Massachusetts general Hospital and
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Antibodies Definition Return to top Diphtheria is an acute infectious disease caused by the toxin-producing bacteria Corynebacterium diphtheriae Causes, incidence, and risk factors Return to top Diphtheria is usually transmitted by contact with respiratory droplets from infected persons or asymptomatic carriers. It can also be transmitted by contaminated objects or foods (such as contaminated milk). The incubation period is 2 to 5 days.
The bacteria primarily infect the nose and throat, although they may initially infect the skin, producing skin lesions Corynebacterium diphtheriae produces a toxin that causes tissue damage ( necrosis ) in the immediate area of the infection, usually the nose and throat. It can also spread via the bloodstream to other organs, where it can cause significant damage. Although the toxin can damage any tissue, the heart and nervous system are most frequently and most severely affected. Localized infection in the throat and tonsillar area produces a characteristic membrane that is gray to black, tough, and fibrous. This membrane can cause

17. Retirement Benefits
As a general rule, early retirement will give you about the SSA’s website at www.ssa.govon the Korea, Vietnam and many of the former ussr republics (except
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Retirement Benefits
SSA Publication No. 05-10035, April 2003 (Recycle prior editions), ICN 457500 [View .pdf Who Should Read This Booklet Social Security’s Future . . . And Yours! What's Inside Part 1— About Your Retirement Benefits Part 2— About Family Benefits Part 3— What You Need To Know When You’re Eligible For Retirement Benefits Other Booklets Available Contacting Social Security
Who Should Read This Booklet? If you are thinking about retiring, you should read this booklet. The decisions you make about your retirement will be some of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. And because Social Security is part of the retirement plans of almost every worker in the United States, you will find information in this booklet to help you plan for those years. You’ll find explanations of how to qualify for Social Security benefits, how your earnings and age affect your benefits and how to choose your retirement date. You’ll also find information about Social Security’s future and where your Social Security tax dollars go. Your monthly benefits are only one part of your retirement. When you retire, your lifestyle will probably change. You may be faced with decisions about such things as planning additional leisure time or making a residence change. If you want help with other aspects of retirement, you may want to contact your local Area Agency on Aging. You’ll find the number in your telephone directory.

18. USGS Minerals Information: Statistical Compendium - LEAD
leading foreign metal producers are the former ussr, the United necessary to protectboth the general public health Gerald R. Smith ( URL http

Minerals Information
Statistical Compendium
This publication includes data through 1990.
For recent statistics, please go the the Lead Statistics and Information page.
Lead is one of the oldest metals used by humankindsome historians have theorized that the downfall of the Roman Empire was expedited by the debilitating effects on its citizens of drinking water carried in lead pipes. It is the most corrosion resistant of the common metals; buildings built in Europe four centuries ago still stand under their original lead roofs. Today's major use of lead is in lead-acid storage batteries. The electrical systems of vehicles, ships, and aircraft depend on such batteries for startup, and, in some cases, batteries provide the actual motive power. Other batteries provide standby electrical power for emergencies, and very large lead-acid systems are designed to provide "peaking" power in such applications as commercial power networks and subway systems. An increasing use is in the uninterruptible power supply systems necessary for voltage control and emergency power in critical computer storage systems. Lead in gasoline, once the second largest use of lead in the United States, has been virtually phased out to eliminate the health hazard it was found to present. Nontransportation uses for lead include increasing use for soundproofing in office buildings, schools, and hotels. It is widely used in hospitals to block X-ray and gamma radiation and is employed to shield against nuclear radiation both in permanent installations and when nuclear material is being transported.

19. Energy Plug: International Energy Annual 1997
in Eastern Europe and the former ussr included all EIA Webmaster at webmaster@eia.doe.govor call 202 For general information about energy, contact the National
International Energy Annual 1997
World primary energy production totaled 381 quadrillion Btu in 1997, 14 percent higher than in 1988. It was the sixth consecutive annual increase (see table), according to the latest edition of the Energy Information Administration's International Energy Annual . The five leading energy producers in 1997 were (in descending order) the United States, Russia, China, Saudi Arabia, and Canada, which together supplied 49 percent of the world's total energy. World energy consumption increased by 13 percent over the period; however, the five leading consumers in 1997 were the United States, China, Russia, Japan, and Germany. They accounted for 51 percent of total consumption. World Production of Primary Energy by Fuel, 1988-1997
(Quadrillion Btu) Fuel Petroleum Natural Gas Coal Hydroelectric Power Nuclear Electric Power Other Total Notes: · 1997 data are preliminary. · Other includes United States' production of biomass and geothermal, solar, and wind energy and the production of geothermal, solar, and wind electric power by other countries. · Sum of components may not equal total due to independent rounding.
Source: Energy Information Administration.

20. Energy Plug: International Energy Annual 2000
10 years, the Eastern Europe and former ussr region was EIA Webmaster at wmaster@eia.doe.govor call For general information about energy, contact the National
International Energy Annual 2000
Petroleum remained the world's favorite energy source by a wide margin, fueling 39 percent of worldwide demand in 2000 according to the latest edition of the International Energy Annual . Coal held second place with 24 percent of the total, a retreat from 1991 when it provided more than one-quarter of the world's energy. Natural gas capped its decade-long advance with a robust gain over 1999, closing to within 1 percent of coal. Consumption of hydroelectric and nuclear electric power grew by fits and starts during the 1990s but closed out the decade with an aggregate increase of 20 percent over 1991. Together, these two sources filled 13 percent of global energy demand in 2000. Other primary energy sources (electric power from geothermal, solar, wind, and wood and waste generation) grew much faster than the rest of the energy sector, but still represent less than 1 percent of primary energy consumption.
World Consumption of Primary Energy, 1991-2000
(Quadrillion Btu) Year Petroleum Natural
Gas Coal Hydroelectric
Power Nuclear
Power Other a Total b a Geothermal, solar, wind, and wood and waste electric power.

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