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Friday, October 28, 2016

Man shot his wife and daughter dead as 'revenge'

A "cold, calculated and scheming man" killed his wife and
daughter before turning the gun on himself, an inquest
has heard.
"Controlling" Lance Hart shot Claire, his wife of 26
years, days after she decided to leave him.
He fired a shotgun at close range at the 50-year-old
before pointing the weapon at his 19-year-old daughter
Charlotte and pulling the trigger. He then killed himself.
A 12-page note was found on a USB stick in Hart's car in
which he explained his actions, the court heard.
Coroner Paul Cooper said the note from Hart, 57,
contained the line: "Revenge is dish served cold, karma is
a bitch."
Mr Cooper said Hart "knew exactly what he was going to
do" when he "murdered" his family on 19 July at the
Castle Sports Complex in Spalding, Lincolnshire.

He concluded Claire and Charlotte Hart were unlawfully
killed and ruled Hart's death as a suicide.
"It was a single-barrel shotgun, so it was not a question of
him just shooting his wife, he then had to unload it, put
another cartridge in and shoot it again," said Mr Cooper.
"In my view, this was a cold, calculated, scheming man
who went out and deliberately murdered his wife and
"If he had lived ... he would have been charged with
murder. Unfortunately he didn't live to face the
consequences of his actions. He took his own life."
Mrs Hart left her home in Moulton, Lincolnshire, on 14
July to move to a new property with the help of her family.
The court heard she was seen by a neighbour loading
bags into a car and said: "He'll have a surprise when he
gets home tonight. I've put up with enough for the past
15, 16 years."
The neighbour believed Mrs Hart was joking as "they were
always a happy couple together", the court heard.
However, Dale Pateman, who worked with Mrs Hart at a
Morrison's store in Spalding, said she had previously
spoken of her marital problems.
Detective Inspector Helen Evans said: "Over the last two
years, Claire had confided in Dale about problems she was
having in her personal relationship with Lance Hart.
"She had described him as being a controlling and selfish
man. Claire had told Dale she had become worn out by
Lance's behaviour.
"Dale described Claire as beaming and really happy in the
few days that had elapsed since leaving her husband."
When Mr Pateman was told the couple would be meeting
to exchange documents and photographs, he warned her
to be careful, the court heard.
Mrs Evans said: "Claire told him she would be okay as she
would have Charlotte with her."
The couple's sons Ryan and Luke said in a statement
following the inquest: "Charlotte and our mum were our
inspiration and purpose in life.
"They were the two most virtuous and beautiful people we
have ever encountered. It is not possible to describe how
unfairly and how cruelly they have been taken from us.
"Our world is a darker place because they have gone."

Antarctica to host the world's largest marine reserve

Scientists are to create the world's largest marine reserve
in Antarctica, after years of negotiations.
Some 250 oceanic experts from 24 countries and the
European Union gathered in Tasmania and struck the
historic deal to manage and protect the region's
pristine ecosystem and reduce illegal fishing.
The agreement sealed by the Commission for
Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources
(CCAMLR) will see a 1.55 million sq km (600,000 sq miles)
reserve created in the region's Ross Sea.

The area is roughly six and half times the size of the
A small amount of fishing for research purposes will be
allowed throughout the protected zone as several
countries fish in the waters surrounding Antarctica for
lucrative toothfish, which are sold in North America as
Chilean sea bass.
The US and New Zealand had been pushing for a
protected reserve for years, but the decision to create the
conservation zone required multilateral consensus.
Russia vetoed the move in 2013 and 2014, citing
uncertainty over whether CCAMLR had authority to
establish a marine protected area, but the deal was
clinched this time after all 25 members agreed.
The Ross Sea, named after British explorer James Ross,
is a deep bay in the Southern Ocean forming one of the
last intact marine ecosystems in the world.
Home to penguins, seals, toothfish and crystal krill, the
zone is a critical research area for scientists hoping to
understand how marine ecosystems function, and monitor
the impacts of climate change.
:: Daring Antarctic Rescue Mission At South Pole
Announcing the landmark deal, New Zealand Foreign
Minister Murray McCully said the plans balanced marine
protection, sustainable fishing and scientific interests.
"The proposal required some changes in order to gain the
unanimous support of all 25 CCAMLR members," he said.
"The boundaries of the MPA, however, remain
Mike Walker, project director of the Antarctic Ocean
Alliance, said: "For the first time, countries have put aside
their differences to protect a large area of the Southern
Ocean and international waters."
Evan Bloom, who led the US delegation in Hobart, said
US Secretary of State John Kerry was a passionate
advocate for the reserve and had pushed for it during
high-level talks with Russian leaders, including President
Vladimir Putin.
Bloom said he was "thrilled" with the result, adding: "We've
been working on this for so many years and had so many
disappointments trying to get here," he said. "This is a real
win for marine conservation."


Petroleum Jelly is also known by its trademark Vaseline, which is a purified mixture of semi-solid hydrocarbons derived from petroleum. Yes, it is the same petroleum used to make diesel products, fuel and deodorants. It is really versatile and can be used for many purposes.

It is fairly affordable, and can make many beauty wonders on your skin, hair and lips. Is petroleum jelly safe? What is petroleum used for? We are listing out 11 benefits of petroleum jelly that might answer all your questions.

1. HEAL WOUNDS - It can be helpful to treat minor wounds like scratches, cuts and flakes. This is because moisture is important to speed up the healing of any wounds.

2. GETS RID OF CHAPPED LIPS - It moisturizes your lips. Apply as many times as possible in a day. Personally, i think this is the one of the best benefits.

3. Pinkish LIPS - Yes, It can also get rid of the darker pigments on your lips. It makes your lips appear so naturally smooth and moist.

4. LONGER AND THICKER EYELASHES - This is an unbelievable miracle of petroleum. Apply some jelly onto your eyelashes every night before going to bed. You will notice a longer, and much thicker eyelashes within two weeks. It does work, trust me! (so i forgot to include this when we learnt about eyelashes, there you go)

5. MOIST FACE SKIN - Apply it thoroughly onto your whole face every night before going to bed. You will notice moisture and smoothness in your face skin.

6. A SUBSTITUTE FOR BODY LOTION - You may also apply petroleum to your whole body, mainly your hands and legs. It will get rid of your dry skin problem completely.

7. MAKE UP REMOVER - You can instead use it to remove your make up. It is actually a better option. This is because some make up removers, or baby oils contain ingredients that may irritate the eyes. But petroleum jelly is very mild and safe to use.

8. BEAUTIFUL FINGERNAILS - Apply it onto your fingernails to keep them resilient. You may also rub some on painted fingernails; it helps them to look new and shiny.

9. HAIR MOISTURIZER - Yes, a wonderful hair moisturizer in fact. Just use a dab of petroleum jelly to keep your hair well moisturized, and manageable.

10. BYE-BYE DIAPER RASH - It works amazingly in preventing diaper rashes. Apply some vaseline on your baby’s bottom before putting on a new diaper.

11. EVERLASTING FRAGRANCE - It is really disappointing when your favorite perfume scent constantly fades away. But with the help of petroleum jelly, you can make the scent last. Dab some on your pulse points and your neck before spritzing on your perfume, and the scent will last for the entire day.(The best of all)

Thursday, October 27, 2016

I Crashed ‘flying’ From Benin To Uk, Says A Wizard Found In Sapele River

A man, who confessed to newsmen that he was
‘flying’ from Benin Airport, Edo State, to attend a meeting
in the United Kingdom, before watching a football match
going on simultaneously in the coven, also in the United
Kingdom, was, yesterday, discovered at Ajogodo River,
Sapele, Delta State.

The self-confessed wizard said: “I was flying in with what
is known in the physical realm as ‘Plantain Leaf,’ but it is
actually my expensive private jet in the coven realm.
“It crashed me into this bridge, when the fuel in it
finished. My members will be here tonight to refuel it for
me, so I can continue my journey to the UK.
“I have to be in the UK to watch football, because there is
economic recession, unemployment and inflation in


Do you know that there is real honey and fake honey? Without knowing how to check purity of honey, it will be difficult to tell and identify the difference. You can do this at home, but how? Here’s a guide on how to test the purity of honey at home using simple tests.
Without distinguishing the difference between pure and fake honey, you will end up buying bad products. There are a lot of adulteration of honey, which makes it not real yet sold as the real thing. In 2001, the Nigerian FTC imposed stiff tariffs on what we know as Chinese honey as an aftermath of the scandals to do with cheap adulterated Chinese honey on Nigerian food markets. So, what is pure honey?

As you would expect, real honey should not come from a factory but from bees. The most common references to real and pure honey are organic and natural honey. It is not an easy task to know that this or that is fake or real. You will need tests to distinguish between the two since it has been found out that most of products you see in stores are not really the organic product you are looking for.

On the other hand, what you are likely to be consuming could be fake honey. So, what is fake? Also called adulterated, impure or artificial honey, this one has been added sugar syrups, molasses, corn syrup, dextrose, and other flavors and additives.

According to Natural Nigerian, most producers will dilute nectar-made honey with molasses and sugar syrup in order to boost their profits. To boost the thickness of the honey, some will add to it flour, sand, sawdust or even ground chalk. In order to check the purity of honey at home, here’s what to do:

Here’s the procedure to do a thumb test:
Put a small drop of the honey you have on your thumb
Check to see if it spills or spreads around
If it does, it is not pure
Pure honey will stay intact on your thumb

Here’s how to do the water test:
1. Fill a glass with water
2. Add one tablespoon of honey into the glass
3. Adulterated or artificial honey will dissolve in water and you will see it around the glass
4. Pure honey on the other hand will settle right at the bottom of your glass

Did you know that organic honey is flammable? Here’s a test to know 100% pure organic honey.
1. Take a dry matchstick
2. Dip its tip right into the honey
3. Strike the stick on the matchbox as if to light it
4. If the honey is pure, the matchstick will light with ease
5. The flame will also keep burning off the honey
6. However, if it is with impurities, it will not light because fake honey contains moisture as one of the impurities

By examining the physical qualities of honey, it is very easy to know whether this is pure or impure honey. Below are some of the main differences in properties that will help you distinguish between the real and unreal thing. It is very easy to notice the impurities although this may require some practice first. These differences will help you know how to identify fake honey, or how to tell if honey is pure and real.

Without knowing how to check pure honey, it is easy to fall for any product that does not have the real qualities you are looking for. As most of us may not be knowing yet, artificial honey is one of those foods with so many side effects and shortcomings. It is normally a synthetic preparation that is fast absorbed in the body.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

The First Woman To Climb Mount Everest, Dead At 77

Junko Tabei, the first woman to climb the
world's highest peak, has died at age 77.
Tabei reached the 29,000-foot summit of Mount
Everest in 1975. She was 35 at the time.
She died on Thursday at a hospital outside of
Tokyo. She was diagnosed with cancer four years
ago, but that did not stop her from mountaineering,
it said.
Her milestones went beyond Mount Everest.
In 1992, the Japanese climber conquered the so-
called "Seven Summits" -- becoming the first
woman to scale the highest mountains on seven
continents. The seven summits comprise
Kilimanjaro, Denali, Elbrus, Aconcagua, Carstensz
Pyramid, Vinson and Everest.
Her last climb was Japan's Mount Fuji with a
group of high school students in 2011, according to
Japan's state broadcaster NHK.

SEE PHOTOS:- Baby 'born Twice' After Tumour Surgery To Save Her Life

A baby removed from the womb for life-saving surgery
before being put back inside her mother is looking forward
to a healthy future.
LynLee Boemer, from Texas, had a large tumour which
was stealing her blood supply and causing her heart to
shut down.
Some doctors recommended a termination but Margaret
Boemer found doctors at Texas Children's Hospital who
said they might be able to save her baby's life.
"It was a choice of allowing the tumour to take over her
body or giving her a chance at life and so that's what we
chose was to give her a chance," Mrs Boemer said.

LynLee is now nearly five months old

At 23 weeks pregnant, LynLee was cut out the womb for a
delicate five-hour operation to remove the sacrococcygeal
teratoma - which was almost as large as the foetus itself.
The baby's heartbeat slowed to a crawl, but a specialist
was able to keep it going so surgeons could cut out the
bulk of the tumour.
LynLee - who weighed just over a pound - was then put
back in the womb and her mother stitched up.
Mrs Boemer was laid up for 12 weeks' rest before the little
girl was safely delivered by caesarean section on 6 June -
after a full nine-month pregnancy.
A week later, LynLee had minor surgery to remove the last
of the tumour.
"She had more surgery and they were able to remove the
rest of the tumour and kind of reconstruct how things
looked and moved her muscles around and everything to
fill in where the tumour was," said Mrs Boemer.
"How exciting it is that she's made it through and not only
made it through but done so well," added the proud mum.
LynLee is now settling down to life in Lewisville, Texas,
with her father and two elder sisters.
She looks set to have a healthy future - the doctor who
performed the surgery, Dr Oluyinka Olutoye, told CNN he
had done the operation once before, seven years ago, and
the girl is "completely normal".