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May 2007

Scientists convert the sequence of proteins into music
2007 05 31
UCLA molecular biologists have turned protein sequences into original compositions of classical music. "We converted the sequence of proteins into music and can get an auditory signal for every protein," said Jeffrey H. Miller, distinguished professor of microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics, and a member of UCLA's Molecular Biology Institute. "Every protein will have its unique auditory signature because every protein ...
Institutions of Economic Piracy
2007 05 31
In April 2007, World Bank representative Eduardo Somensatto was instructed to leave Ecuador immediately (Behar, no pagination). Fox News characterized Ecuador's actions as a "rejection slip" to the World Bank (no pagination). Evidently, a source within the bank's headquarters agreed. According to the source, Somensatto's expulsion prompted the bank to enter into a "crisis mode" (no pagination). Moreover, the source ...
The War on Consciousness
2007 05 31
Image source: futurehi.net We are truly in a war. It is not the war we imagine we are in, which is the way our true adversaries want it. It is not a foreign war against a foreign enemy. It is a war on consciousness, a war on our own minds. The global war on terror that is being fought around the ...
The Trap: What Happened to Our Dream of Freedom by Adam Curtis - Part One (Video)
2007 05 31
The Trap: What Happened to Our Dream of Freedom is a BBC documentary series by British filmmaker Adam Curtis, well known for other documentaries including The Century of the Self and The Power of Nightmares. It began airing on BBC Two on 11 March, 2007. The series consists of three one-hour programmes which will explore the concept and definition of ...
An Alien Spaceship on the Moon: Interview with William Rutledge, Member of the Apollo 20 Crew
2007 05 31
A secret joint space mission on the Moon, result of an American-Soviet collaboration taken place in August 1976? Is it possible? Why not, if you consider that the existence of a Federal Agency like NRO (National Reconnaissance Office), and its missions of overhead reconnaissance, "were declassified in September 1992" (according to its official website). And is it really possible that ...
Brits Could Be Forced To Give Up Meat, Milk To Fight Global Warming
2007 05 30
Global warming hysteria has reached a new peak after it was revealed that the British government is considering forcing the population to give up meat and milk and adopt a vegan diet in the name of fighting climate change. The move could spell the end of the very definition of British identity - the humble cup of tea along with ...
Man Invents Machine To Turn Water Into Fire (Video)
2007 05 30
Sanibel Island resident John Kanzius is a former broadcast executive from Pennsylvania who wondered if his background in physics and radio could come in handy in treating the disease from which he suffers: cancer. Kanzius, 63, invented a machine that emits radio waves in an attempt to kill cancerous cells while leaving normal cells intact. While testing his machine, he ...
Greenwich Layer Cake (Part One)
2007 05 30
On April 13, 2007- or somewhere very close to that date- a crop circle appeared in a field atop Beacon Hill, just north of Devizes (in Wiltshire.) If the formation did indeed materialise (by agents unknown) on that date then we might surmise that it was by no means an accident. The thirteenth was a friday: a date which forever ...
The Da Vinci chapel echoes to sound of Saturn
2007 05 30
Video: Making the Rosslyn chapel stonework sing Video: Does the singing stonework theory work? Rosslyn Chapel has been suggested as the resting place of the Holy GrailAs if there were not enough mysteries involving the medieval chapel that featured in The Da Vinci Code, the plot thickened further yesterday. Rosslyn Chapel has, at one time or another, been suggested as the ...
NASA's FUSE satellite catches collision of titans
2007 05 30
Using NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite and ground-based telescopes, astronomers have determined, for the first time, the properties of a rare, extremely massive, and young binary star system. The system, known as LH54-425, is located in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy of our Milky Way. The binary consists of two O-stars, the most massive and luminous ...
In A First, Scientists Develop Tiny Implantable Biocomputers
2007 05 30
This work is a crucial step towards building biological computers, tiny implantable devices that can monitor the activities and characteristics of human cells. (Credit: Kobi Benenson)Researchers at Harvard University and Princeton University have made a crucial step toward building biological computers, tiny implantable devices that can monitor the activities and characteristics of human cells. The information provided by these "molecular ...
Did Ancient Biotech Create "Nephilim"? Will Modern Science Bring Them Again?
2007 05 30
In the study of the Old Testament Book of Genesis, beings of great stature called "giants" appear, which some scholars believe came into existence after powerful angels known as 'Watchers' descended to earth and used women (or their biological matter) to construct bodies of flesh, which they used to "extend" ...
Less Than 0.01% Of Homeland Security Cases Are Terrorism Related
2007 05 29
Records obtained from the immigration courts under the Freedom of Information Act show that only 0.0015 percent of the total number of cases filed by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security were terrorism related, despite the fact that the Bush administration has repeatedly asserted that it is the primary focus of the DHS. A report issued Sunday by independent research ...
Firm makes 'healing super-water'
2007 05 28
US scientists have developed "super-oxidised" water which they say speeds up wound healing. Oculus, the Californian firm which developed the water - made by filtering it through a salt membrane - says it kills viruses, bacteria and fungi. It is also effective against MRSA and UK trials are being carried out on patients with diabetic foot ulcers, New Scientist magazine ...
'Quest for Middle-earth'
2007 05 28
Dirk Vander Ploeg, published by iUniverse, Inc., the leading provider of publishing technology solutions for authors, announced today the publication of his new book Quest for Middle-Earth, which compares J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Lord of the Rings' to ancient Earth history. In the Quest for Middle-earth he suggests that 'The Lord of the Rings' may be more than an imaginary tale ...
Sony's razor-thin display bends while showing video
2007 05 28
In the race for ever-thinner displays for TVs, cell phones and other gadgets, Sony may have developed one to beat them all — a razor-thin display that bends like paper while showing full-color video. Sony Corp. released video of the new 2.5-inch display Friday. In it, a hand squeezes a display that is 0.3 millimeters, or 0.01 inch, thick. The ...
On The Road To Roswell 2007 - Part 1 - A Discussion With Nuclear Physicist Stanton T. Friedman
2007 05 28
Stanton, Roswell is the pre-eminent story of Ufology. Some say whatever occurred near Roswell, NM, in July 1947 will never be known. Others like you disagree on some levels. You and Bill Moore brought this story to light many years ago. This is the most appropriate place to start this series, so please tell us how that happened. STAN: I ...
Theories of Everything- The Multiverse (Video)
2007 05 28
A scientific and philosohpical exploration of the latest theories of the existence of the Multiverse, of which our universe appears to be only one tiny Watch now: ...
Diamonds tell tale of comet that killed off the cavemen
2007 05 27
Fireballs set half the planet ablaze, wiping out the mammoth and America's Stone Age hunters Scientists will outline dramatic evidence this week that suggests a comet exploded over the Earth nearly 13,000 years ago, creating a hail of fireballs that set fire to most of the northern hemisphere. Primitive Stone Age cultures were destroyed and populations of mammoths and other large land ...
The Surprising Truth Behind the Construction of the Great Pyramids
2007 05 27
The widely accepted theory-that the pyramids were crafted of carved-out giant limestone blocks that workers carried up ramps-had not only not been embraced by everyone, but as important had quite a number of holes. According to the caller, the mysteries had actually been solved by Joseph Davidovits, Director of the Geopolymer Institute in St. Quentin, France, more than two decades ...
Germans outraged by "scent profiling" ahead of G8
2007 05 27
Germany's justice minister added her voice on Wednesday to outrage sweeping the country over 'scent profiling' methods police are using for a looming G8 summit that recall tricks by East Germany's nefarious Stasi. Minister Brigitte Zyprie, other members of the ruling Social Democrats, attorney groups and Stasi victims said they were stunned police collected scent traces of select activists ahead of ...
Bilderberg 2007: Welcome to the Lunatic Fringe
2007 05 27
In 1954, the most powerful men in the world met for the first time under the auspices of the Dutch royal crown and the Rockefeller family in the luxurious Hotel Bilderberg of the small Dutch town of Oosterbeck. For an entire weekend they debated the future of the world. When it was over, they decided to meet once every year ...
Judicial Watch Uncovers Three Deaths Relating to HPV Vaccine
2007 05 27
Event Reports Obtained from FDA Detail 1,637 Adverse Reactions to Gardasil Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, today released documents obtained from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act, detailing 1,637 reports of adverse reactions to the vaccination for human papillomavirus (HPV), Gardasil. Three deaths ...
Magnetic field found to stimulate brain cells
2007 05 27
A magnetic field can stimulate the brain and promote the growth of new nerve cells, scientists have found, raising the possibility of treating conditions linked to neuron death such as Alzheimer's disease, and perhaps one day of enhancing humans' memory capacity. Experiments on mice used a technique, transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS, which has become a standard tool for investigating the ...
Deathbed confessions, photos support claims that George H. Scherf(f), Jr., was the 41st U.S. president
2007 05 20
According to Otto Skorzeny, pictured is the Scherff family and a few friends (circa 1938). Holding “Mother" Scherff’s hand at left is Martin Bormann. In front is Reinhardt Gehlen. In back is Joseph Mengele and to his right is Skorzeny as a young man. At center right (in the German navy uniform) is George H. Scherff, Jr. and his father ...
Clotaire Rapaille, We Salute You
2007 05 20
These are all people who are, in their own way, making a positive contribution to the human species. G. Clotaire Rapaille is not. At all. Rapaille is a marketing consultant, one of the highest-paid, highest-profile experts on the hidden psychological forces that drive consumers. He is a very wealthy and successful man, and he has no qualms about ...
Ancient Maya Tomb Found: Upright Skeleton, Unusual Location
2007 05 20
Archaeologists working in Honduras have discovered an entombed human skeleton of an elite member of the ancient Maya Empire that may help unravel some longstanding mysteries of the vanished culture. The remains, seated in an upright position in an unusual tomb and flanked by shells, pottery, vessels, and jade adornments, suggest a surprisingly diverse culture and complex political system in ...
So Who Is Gordon Brown?
2007 05 20
Many might not have noticed but Britain has a new Prime Minister. It was announced yesterday that Gordon Brown will enter number 10 uncontested. Recently, as he senses power coming his way, Brown has been making speeches announcing the coming of a new world order and triumphing the virtues of globalization. The British people have long had it drilled into ...
Snake Cults Dominated Early Arabia
2007 05 20
"Hostile Spirit" This photo shows a closeup of a 3rd century A.D. relief from Iran. The "hostile spirit" Ahriman is depicted as having a crown in the shape of a snake. Pre-Islamic Middle Eastern regions were home to mysterious snake cults, according to two papers published in this month's Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy journal. From at least 1250 B.C. until around 550 ...
Weather Warfare: Could It Be Affecting Our Racing Pigeons?
2007 05 20
Over the past three decades racing pigeon fanciers world wide have taken note of the fact that we seem to be losing more and more birds. Smashes occur not only in ill weather conditions but on days that one would not normally suspect a problem. Is it the proliferation of mobile telephone signals, sunspot activity causing disturbances in the magnetic ...
Secrets kept in store but no Holy Grail
2007 05 20
With a deep sigh and a roll of his eyes Bob Cooper leans forward in his chair, clears a small space on his cluttered desk and insists he doesn't actually have the Holy Grail. "You wouldn't believe the amount of time I spend explaining to people that, no, we don't keep the Holy Grail here and that we don't know ...
Little School of Horrors
2007 05 18
He stopped doing it years ago, because if he hadn't he'd have killed himself or someone else by now, but New York artist Joe Coleman used to blow himself up. As "Professor Mamboozo" - either his geek avatar or, as he described it, a raging spirit that would take possession of his body - Coleman would arrive uninvited at the ...
Boy Wonder Returns...
2007 05 18
An interesting little something caught my eye over at Red Ice Creations yesterday. This is the 'astonishing' discovery that the famous Glasgow Necropolis- so famous, in fact, that I had never actually heard of it prior to reading the linked article- is none other than a giant (37 acre) Masonic symbol. Apparently, the expert who has stumbled upon this electrifying ...
007's creator 'was in plot to frame witch'
2007 05 17
Ian Fleming & Helen DuncanIan Fleming helped to gag medium in operation to safeguard D-Day secrets More than 60 years on, the case of Helen Duncan, the last woman in Britain to be jailed for witchcraft, refuses to die. As her supporters seek a posthumous pardon, evidence has emerged that she may have been the victim of a plot involving British ...
Unborn babies targeted in crackdown on criminality
2007 05 17
Blair launches policy imported from US to intervene during pregnancy to head off antisocial behaviour Unborn babies judged to be at most risk of social exclusion and turning to criminality are to be targeted in a controversial new scheme to be promoted by Downing Street today. In an effort to intervene as early as possible in troubled families, first-time mothers identified just ...
Gaza infighting shocks media
2007 05 17
Media across the Arab world express shock and disbelief over the ongoing fighting between the Fatah and Hamas factions in the Gaza Strip. Commentators say Tuesday's violence was especially troubling since it took place on the day Palestinians marked the anniversary of the Nakba - or catastrophe - associated with Israel's establishment 59 years ago. They say division will harm ...
A Giant Takes On Physics’ Biggest Questions
2007 05 16
Physics, after all, is supposed to be a cerebral pursuit. But this cavern almost measureless to the eye, stuffed as it is with an Eiffel Tower’s worth of metal, eight-story wheels of gold fan-shape boxes, thousands of miles of wire and fat ductlike coils, echoes with the shriek of power tools, the whine of pumps and cranes, beeps and clanks ...
Earth's magnetic field about to flip?
2007 05 16
Article picked up from Etemenanki The weather in space is controlled by events at the centre of the Earth. A pity, then, that the magnetic field generated there may be about to go into reverse Greenland was discovered without the use of magnetic compasses. The Viking longboats that arrived here in 982 relied on the stars and the sun to maintain their ...
Darwinists Squirm Under Spotlight
2007 05 16
Charles Darwin & Stephen Jay GouldInterview with Phillip E. Johnson This article is reprinted from an interview with Citizen Magazine, January 1992. Phillip Johnson has been a law professor at the University of California at Berkeley for more than 20 years. As an academic lawyer, one of Johnson's specialties is "analyzing the logic of arguments and identifying the assumptions that lie ...
Book Review: The Ascendancy Of The Scientific Dictatorship by Phillip and Paul Collins
2007 05 16
Recently, I watched a debate on ABC.com, which I heard was also carried on Nightline. This contest of sorts featured two Christians versus two atheists. Obviously, this type of verbal sparring creates a little heat, particularly when Jesus Christ is a huge part of that debate. I felt a clear spirit of arrogance from the atheists who tried to subtly ...
The Complete Flower of Life
2007 05 15
The original unfinished "flower of life" can be found on several pillars within "The Osireon"(The tomb of Osiris) at Abydos in Egypt.World secret societies have made sure ,we either ignore the flower or have our attention drawn to other ancient sites.They have taken great care in keeping the significance of the flower hidden.If you contemplate the symbol it will open ...
Climate change to force mass migration
2007 05 15
A billion people - one in seven people on Earth today - could be forced to leave their homes over the next 50 years as the effects of climate change worsen an already serious migration crisis, a new report from Christian Aid predicts. The report, which is based on latest UN population and climate change figures, says conflict, large-scale development ...
Kubrick, Clockwork Orange and the Illuminati (Video)
2007 05 15
A couple days ago, I posted YouTube film critic Rob Ager's in-depth analysis of Stanley Kubrick's The Shining... which oscillated wildly between extremely insightful commentary on the symbolism and psychology that made The Shining so effective and Ager's own wishful-thinking political wankery (for example, his assertion that Shelley Duvall is dressed as a Native American woman throughout the film, which ...
So What Really Is In A McDonald's Chicken McNugget?
2007 05 15
Chicken McPoison. The Omnivore's Dilemma by Michael Pollan is a fascinating book that details the changing eating habits of Americans. I can't recommend it highly enough. It explains how, over the last 30 years, we have become a nation that eats vast quantities of corn ­ much more so than Mexicans, the original "corn people." Most folks assume that a ...
Did Jesus Visit India?
2007 05 15
A new feature film “The Unknown Stories of the Messiah” ignited considerable controversy when it was released in India last year by claiming Jesus journeyed to the East after the crucifixion, studied Hinduism and Buddhism, and was buried in a tomb in Kashmir. Responding to attacks from India’s Christian leaders, the film’s producer Subhrajit Mitra pointed out that while “neither ...
How Roman Towns Were Built on Star-Aligned Grids
2007 05 15
Ancient Romans built their towns using astronomically aligned grids, an Italian study has concluded. Published recently on the physics Web site, www.arXiv.org, maintained at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, the research examined the orientation of virtually all Roman towns in Italy. "It emerged that these towns were not laid out at random. On the contrary, they were planned following strong ...
Work begins to uncover secrets of Silbury Hill
2007 05 14
Work began yesterday to save an ancient landmark in Wiltshire from collapsing. Silbury Hill, which at 130 feet high is the largest prehistoric man-made construction in Europe, continues to mystify archaeologists. English Heritage is to spend £600,000 this summer trying to preserve the mound. Specialist engineers will enter the mound through a tunnel which was dug in 1968 by a ...
Solar System Is "Bullet Shaped"
2007 05 14
Our solar system flies through space in the shape of a speeding bullet, according to data from NASA's two Voyager spacecraft. The sun and its planets are known to streak through the void of space at approximately 62,000 miles (100,000 kilometers) an hour. The system travels within a bubble of solar wind—made of charged particles from the sun—called the heliosphere. ...
Does Necropolis hold the key to Freemasonry’s secret history?
2007 05 14
Conspiracy theorists see them everywhere, from the paintings of Da Vinci to the humble dollar bill. Real or imagined, the symbols of Freemasonry through the ages have beguiled and tantalised. Now their biggest secret may have been exposed in the heart of Scotland's biggest city. Research has suggested Glasgow Necropolis is a giant masonic symbol, fully 37 acres of landscaped ...
The Mystery of the 2,000 Year-Old Computer
2007 05 14
A hundred years ago, sponge divers off the coast of Greece found, amidst the wreckage of an ancient ship, "a shoebox-size lump of bronze, which appeared to have a wooden exterior. Inside... [was] what looked like a bronze dial. Researchers also noticed precisely cut triangular gear teeth of different sizes. The thing looked like some sort of mechanical ...
Egyptians, not Greeks were true fathers of medicine
2007 05 12
Scientists examining documents dating back 3,500 years say they have found proof that the origins of modern medicine lie in ancient Egypt and not with Hippocrates and the Greeks. The research team from the KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology at The University of Manchester discovered the evidence in medical papyri written in 1,500BC – 1,000 years before Hippocrates was born. ...
The proof food additives ARE as bad as we feared
2007 05 12
Parents have been warned to avoid artificial additives used in drinks, sweets and processed foods amid a link to behaviour problems in children. A study funded by the government's Food Standards Agency(FSA) is understood to have drawn a link with temper tantrums and poor concentration. There are also concerns about allergic reactions such as asthma and rashes. The findings are ...
Many Dimensions (Part Two)
2007 05 12
A hundred or so years ago, poet and Golden Dawn adept William Butler Yeats wrote an encouraging letter to author W.Y. Evans-Wentz, who was then researching his landmark Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries. (An e-copy of the book may be found here.) "I am certain that it [the "Celtic fairy kingdom"] exists," said Yeats, "and will some day be studied as ...
Star Wars In Iraq (Video)
2007 05 11
Is The U.S. using new experimental "Tactical High Energy Laser" weapons in Iraq? “Star Wars in Iraq” is a new investigative report by Maurizio Torrealta and Sigfrido Ranucci. According to official Pentagon sources, military vehicles equipped with this laser device have been used in Afghanistan to explode mines. According to two reliable military information sites – Defense Tech and Defence ...
Escaping the data panopticon: Prof says computers must learn to "forget"
2007 05 11
The rise of fast processors and cheap storage means that remembering, once incredibly difficult for humans, has become simple. Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, a professor in Harvard's JFK School of Government, argues that this shift has been bad for society, and he calls instead for a new era of "forgetfulness." Mayer-Schönberger lays out his idea in a faculty research working paper called ...
Prepare to be “transitioned” into your new “habitat”
2007 05 11
Paul has a plan for you. It may require “a vast array of policies and regulations,” and heavy taxes, he says. One of the backers of smart growth plans for major cities envisions a global “Great Transition” of humans into concentrated population centers. Paul D. Raskin, director of the Boston-based Tellus Institute, expects people to resist the Great Transition. That’s ...
NASA Discovers 'Twilight Zone' of New Air Particles
2007 05 11
An extensive and previously unknown "twilight zone" of particles in the atmosphere could complicate scientists' efforts to determine how much the Earth's climate will warm in the future, a new study finds. In addition to greenhouse gases, which absorb infrared radiation, or heat, emitted from Earth's surface and send it back to the ground, cloud droplets and aerosols, such as ...
Explorers find ancient caves, paintings in Nepal
2007 05 10
Explorers have discovered a series of caves decorated with ancient Buddhist paintings, set in sheer cliffs in Nepal's remote Himalayan north, leaving archaeologists excited and puzzled. An international team of scholars, archaeologists, climbers and explorers examined at least 12 cave complexes at 14,000 feet near Lo Manthang, a mediaeval walled city in Nepal's Mustang district, about 125 km (80 miles) northwest ...
King Herod's grave uncovered in hilltop fortress
2007 05 10
Archaeologists have unearthed the grave of King Herod the Great, the ruler of Jerusalem who attempted to kill Jesus soon after his birth, it was announced today. Professor Ehud Netzer, of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, said that he had finally located the king's last resting place in Herodium, Herod's fortified palace on a hilltop outside Jerusalem, after a 35-year ...
MI6 Are The Lords Of The Global Drug Trade
2007 05 08
It may be a revelation to many people that the global drug trade is controlled and run by the intelligence agencies. In this global drug trade British intelligence reigns supreme. As intelligence insiders know MI5 and MI6 control many of the other intelligence agencies in the world (CIA, MOSSAD etc) in a vast web of intrigue and corruption that has ...
Bush honours Queen at White House
2007 05 08
The Queen was honoured with a 21-gun salute as she met President George W Bush in Washington DC on the final leg of her US visit. Standing outside the White House, the Queen said Britain and America had a "close and enduring" friendship. The president said the Queen was "a good person, a strong leader and a great ally". Later ...
The HP Data Retention and Guardian Online (DRAGON)
2007 05 08
As part of the global fight against crime and terrorism, telecom service providers are being requested to greatly enhance the retention of customer usage data. Now, some governments encourage or require longer retention of customers' communications and Internet activities. The HP Data Retention and Guardian Online (DRAGON) solution answers the need for a flexible and adaptive customer data retention solution ...
Scientists identify brightest supernova
2007 05 08
Scientists say they have detected the brightest stellar explosion ever recorded, a new breed of supernova that may well be repeated sooner than they previously thought The violent explosion was observed by ground-based telescopes as well as NASA's orbiting Chandra X-Ray Observatory in a galaxy far from our own Milky Way. But the observations hint that an erupting star in ...
Second night of rioting in France
2007 05 08
France's defeated Socialists called for an end to post-election violence Tuesday after anti-Sarkozy protestors took to the streets for a second night, leaving cars burned and store windows smashed in Paris as well as unrest elsewhere. While the unrest has been small-scale, it sent a message to Nicolas Sarkozy: He may have won the presidency, but he hasn't won over ...
Climate Change: An Inconvenient Globalist Scam
2007 05 08
Rajendra Pachauri and the United Nations have issued a solemn “deadline” on “climate change,” otherwise we face “a worldwide disaster,” according to the Telegraph. Ban Ki-Moon, the recently installed secretary general of the UN, dispatched envoys to the four corners where they seek “advance agreement from heads of state on the principles of a post-2012 climate change treaty, negotiations for ...
Sex is a Gun: The Deeper Story of the D.C. Madam
2007 05 08
On May 1, 2007, I had the opportunity to interview legendary former NYPD detective James Rothstein over the topic of elite and intelligence-connected sex rings in Washington, D.C. I asked Rothstein if Deborah Jeane Palfrey (a.k.a. the D.C. Madam) and her Pamela Martin and Associates could be considered a sex ring connected to the power elite and the intelligence community ...
Many Scientists are Convinced that Man Can See the Future
2007 05 07
Professor Dick Bierman sits hunched over his computer in a darkened room. The gentle whirring of machinery can be heard faintly in the background. He smiles and presses a grubby-looking red button. In the next room, a patient slips slowly inside a hospital brain scanner. If it wasn't for the strange smiles and grimaces that flicker across the woman's face, ...
MoD opens its files on UFO sightings to public
2007 05 07
The Ministry of Defence plans to open its "X-Files" on UFO sightings to the public for the first time. Officials have not yet decided on a date for the release of the reports, which date back to 1967, but it is hoped to be within weeks. The move follows the decision by the French national space agency to release its ...
9/11: Major Italian TV network: conclusive evidence that WTC Building 7 was demolished with explosives
2007 05 07
"Seven is exploding". Welcome to all foreign readers. Luogocomune is a news commentary site (all in Italian, thus far) featuring a large, separate section on 9/11. In a way, the whole website revolves around the idea that unless that paramount, unacceptable lie called "the 9/11 terrorist attacks" is removed and put into right perspective, the downward spiral towards this new ...
Italy rocked by satanic, drug-induced sexual abuse in kindergarten
2007 05 06
Six persons were arrested in Rome on Wednesday accused of sexually abusing 15 children from the age of three to the age of six at the nursery school “Olga Rovere” of Rignano Flaminio, in the vicinities of Rome. They are expected to be subjected to intense interrogations on Friday. The accused persons were arrested and passed their first night in ...
No ORGANIC Bee losses
2007 05 06
I am quite involved with many alternative agriculture groups, and I received this email from a trusted friend...you might want to check it out for your news section... "Sharon Labchuk is a longtime environmental activist and part-time organic beekeeper from Prince Edward Island. She has twice run for a seat in Ottawa's House of Commons, making strong showings around 5% for Canada's fledgling Green ...
The 911 Stargate (Video)
2007 05 06
My new video about the 911 stargate theory. Included are some synchromystic connections to The Wizard of Oz, George W. Bush and Aleister Crowley. Enjoy and ...
Planet X and Global Warming
2007 05 06
Planet X is on it's way here. Peggy Kane believes it will be passing by earth this year, others believe it is more likely to be closer to 2012. Some people out there refuse to even accept the existence of Planet X despite a growing amount of scientific evidence. Evidence is what we are all seeking so that we can ...
The Grail Star geometry
2007 05 06
Rennes-le-Château dedicated Internet forums have frequently discussed the Grail Star geometry by Brian Ettinger. Looking through the forums of recent years reveals the geometry has met with almost complete rejection. Brian Ettinger persistently counters these rebuttals but never seems to convince the detractors. Correspondences have frequently degenerated into misunderstanding and name-calling. While such discussions may be ...
Many Dimensions (Part One)
2007 05 06
In the conclusion to their 1975 conversation The Edge of Reality, J Allen Hynek and Jacques Vallee brainstorm various UFO theories, although then and now, "UFO" is both too imprecise and too fraught with pop baggage to convey much more than its own parody. But in that case, what should we call them, and how might we explain manifestations and ...
HIV-AIDS Fact Or Fraud (Video)
2007 05 05
If this theory is correct, it has serious ethical, health and policy implications. In particular, it points to the danger of interspecies transfer of material through vaccinations, organ transplants, etc., which could lead to new variants of AIDS as well as other new diseases. As well, studying the theory may lead to insights about responding to AIDS and preventing new ...
Homeland Security Classifies TRON as "Sensitive" - Update: Hoax
2007 05 04
Update: Subject: TRON story a hoax You've most likely already gotten several comments about this, but I'd be willing to wager a large sum that the TRON story is a hoax. It was initially posted just before April 1, and the FBI agent that is quoted in the story, Lirpa Sloof, is April Fools spelled backwards. The scary thing ...
10 Disturbing Trends in Subliminal Advertising
2007 05 04
Source: HowTheyChangeYourMind.com Subliminal advertising has gone mainstream - fake news, mind control scripts, propaganda and stealth voicemail are in wide use by corporations, government bodies and industry groups. Some of the biggest advertisers are taking their advertising away from full page ads and television spots and spending up on hidden persuasion. You won't find these secret messages in ice-cubes or flickering film ...
Queen begins visit by meeting Virginia Tech survivors
2007 05 04
Queen Elizabeth II began her first visit to the United States in 16 years with a message of sympathy and sorrow for the victims of last month's massacre at Virginia Tech. "My heart goes out to the students, friends and families of those killed and to the many others who have been affected, some of whom I shall be meeting ...
Next-generation toys read brain waves
2007 05 04
A NeuroSky worker wears a Darth Vader outfit as he controls a light saber using his brain waves. NeuroSky's headset measures brain-wave activity, including signals that relate to concentration, relaxation and anxiety. A convincing twin of Darth Vader stalks the beige cubicles of a Silicon Valley office, complete with ominous black mask, cape and light saber. But this is no chintzy Halloween ...
Declining honeybees a ‘threat’ to food supply
2007 05 04
Unless someone or something stops it soon, the mysterious killer that is wiping out many of the nation's honeybees could have a devastating effect on America's dinner plate, perhaps even reducing us to a glorified bread-and-water diet. Honeybees don't just make honey; they pollinate more than 90 of the tastiest flowering crops we have. Among them: apples, nuts, avocados, soybeans, ...
Portable Refinery Makes Fuel from Food Scraps and Trash
2007 05 02
The tactical biorefinery is a portable machine that can convert food waste and inorganic trash into electricity. Purdue University researchers created a unique hybrid design for the U.S. Army. It uses three distinct technologies to perform its magic: A bioreactor that uses enzymes and micro-organisms to turn food waste into ethanol A gasification unit that turns plastics, paper, and ...
Big Brother microphones could be next step
2007 05 02
Hidden mini-cameras and microphones that can eavesdrop on conversations in the street are the next step in the march towards a "Big Brother" society, MPs were warned yesterday. Richard Thomas, the Information Commissioner, said a debate had begun about whether listening devices should be set up alongside Britain's 4.5 million CCTV cameras. In evidence to the Commons home affairs committee, ...
Team cracks chapel's music 'code'
2007 05 02
A father and son team from Edinburgh think they have found a secret piece of music hidden in carvings at a famous medieval chapel in Midlothian. Stuart Mitchell, 41 and his father Tommy, 75, said they had deciphered a musical code locked in the stones of Rosslyn Chapel for more than 500 years. They will perform the music in May ...
Aquarian Waves - More Zodiacal Reflections on the 2012 Endtime
2007 05 01
During the considerable part of my life that I have devoted to sky lore in its astrological, astronomical, and mythological aspects, I often found it difficult to make sense of the material, and tended to get bogged down in a morass of images and associations. Much of what I learned over the years eventually became manageable and coherent due to ...
JFK Murder Plot "Deathbed Confession" Aired On National Radio
2007 05 01
Former CIA agent, Watergate conspirator E. Howard Hunt names the men who killed Kennedy. The "deathbed confession" audio tape in which former CIA agent and Watergate conspirator E. Howard Hunt admits he was approached to be part of a CIA assassination team to kill JFK was aired this weekend - an astounding development that has gone completely ignored by the ...
Experts On Mammograms And Breast Cancer
2007 05 01
Picked up from: davidicke.com Regular mammography of younger women increases their cancer risks. Analysis of controlled trials over the last decade has shown consistent increases in breast cancer mortality within a few years of commencing screening. This confirms evidence of the high sensitivity of the premenopausal breast, and on cumulative carcinogenic effects of radiation. The Politics Of Cancer by Samuel S ...
New Noah's Ark ready to sail
2007 05 01
The massive central door in the side of Noah's Ark was thrown open Saturday -- you could say it was the first time in 4,000 years -- drawing a crowd of curious pilgrims and townsfolk to behold the wonder. Of course, it's only a replica of the biblical Ark, built by Dutch creationist Johan Huibers as a testament to his ...
M is for...?
2007 05 01
"Mysteries. Moses. Mushrooms. Marilyn. MJ-12. Magick. And M is the name by which Madonna Louise Veronica Ritchie (nee Ciccone) prefers to be known: the last being tantalisingly close to the French conne, a goddess-motif of great antiquity. And M is also for Mind Control, and MK-ULTRA: officially launched in 1953, but with roots deep in the cankerous soil of similar ...



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