DoomsDay Headlines 2-7-2014: Tainted Water, Govt Surveillance, Obama Forgery, Dominoes Fall, Chinese Subs, Bitcoin, Drought, Debt Ceiling, Flu, H1N1Deaths, Vein Scan, Gas Supply Shut Down, Russian Surveillance, Riots, Dollar Slides, Obamacare, Job Cuts, Parasite-Carrying Snails

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5 West Virginia School Closed After Strong Licorice Smell In Water 

5 schools in West Virginia abruptly closed after reports of licorice smell in drinking water. This is especially disturbing because the state officials gave all clear to the residents of West Virginia that the drinking water is safe!

New Government Surveillance System Links All Cameras Together, Even Knows Who You Are 

As the ever continuing effort to prevent further terrorist attacks ensue, a sneaky new program—by none-other than the government—is coming into the light. It effectively makes the NSA phone tapping program pale in comparison as it not only listens to you, but watches you as well.

Report: Federal Judge To Submit Obama Birth Certificate Forgery Evidence To Grand Jury 

175 federal judges had received copies of Doug Vogt’s affidavit which forensically established probable cause to believe that Barack Hussein Obama’s certificates of live birth are forgeries.

All Hell Will Break Loose & The Dominoes Will Start Falling 

One of the most highly respected fund managers in Singapore warned King World News that all hell is going to break loose and the dominos are going to start falling.

New Chinese submarine patrol puts Hawaii, Alaska within nuke range 

The Chinese are preparing to deploy submarines armed with nuclear missiles that will patrol the northern Pacific Ocean and come within range of at least two US states, according to a new report from the US Navy.

Bitcoin plunges as major exchange halts withdrawals 

Bitcoin prices plunged early Friday after Mt.Gox, the major exchange for the virtual currency, said it was forced to halt withdrawals for customers.

Drought hits ski towns hard 

The ski lifts aren't running, the slopes are brown, and the lodge is empty at Mt. Shasta Ski Park in Northern California.


Alert! Major Delay Tax Refund if the “Debt Ceiling Isn’t Lifted” 

Democrats on the tax-writing House Ways and Means Committee have written to Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio, urging him to introduce legislation to raise the debt ceiling without pre-conditions, warning that the Treasury Department would not be able to pay tax refunds without a higher debt limit.

CDC: Cruise ship bug was newer norovirus strain 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday said by the new Sydney strain of norovirus was the cause of the illnesses on board Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas.

Mexico on Alert Over H1N1 Influenza: 2,994 Cases and 314 Deaths Registered 

Mexico health authorities are on alert due to the recent spike in the number of cases and deaths caused by the H1N1 influenza virus this year.

Seven people tested positive for H1N1 at hospital in Malaysia 

Seven people are being treated for H1N1 at the Likas Women and Children's Hospital, and the entire ward at the hospital has been quarantined, according to local media reports on Thursday.

Vein Scan Payment System Launched 

In recent years however, technology has played a huge role in securing financial assets. PINs and security codes have been the status quo for basic financial security, but two friends in New Jersey are taking that concept a step further by using vein scans to confirm a person's identity to secure financial transactions.

Most Of North Texas City Without Gas Service Or Heat 

Texas Gas Service (TGS) was forced to shut down the gas supply to the entire city of Jacksboro Thursday. Most businesses and residents had no heat, on a day when temperatures struggled to get out of the teens.

Russian Official Reveals That Hotel Surveillance Video Records Shower Activity 

While talking with a reporter covering the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, the deputy prime minister of Olympic preparations revealed that video surveillance equipment is documenting shower activity in hotel rooms.


Brazil: Riots over transport fare increase 

Hundreds of people in Brazil have clashed with police during a protest against increased fares for public transport.

Violent anti-government protests spreading throughout Bosnia 

The anti-government protests that began two days ago spread throughout Bosnia on Friday, with thousands taking their discontent over the almost 40 percent unemployment rate onto the streets of a dozen cities.

Dollar slides lower after U.S. jobs report weaker-than-expected 

The U.S. dollar dropped broadly on Friday after the January U.S. non-farm payrolls report showed weaker-than-expected employment growth, driving interest rates lower and taking away an advantage for the greenback.

AOL CEO: Obamacare costing us $7.1 million 

“Obamacare is an additional $7.1 million expense for us as a company,” Armstrong said. “So we have to decide whether or not to pass that expense on to employees or whether to cut other benefits.”

Sony to cut as many as 5,000 jobs 

Sony will cut as many as 5,000 jobs as the Japanese electronics giant attempts to sell its troubled PC business and focus more on tablets and smartphones.

Britain grapples through worst torrential rainfall in 248 years 

Britain announced emergency funding Thursday to cope with devastating floods after what officials said had been likely the worst spell of winter rainfall in at least 248 years.

Student at Hawaii high school finds 'parasite-carrying' snail on cafeteria-served salad 

Snails and slugs can contain parasites that can attack the nervous system, causing rat lungworm disease.