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November 2007

'We'll be able to upload our brains to a computer'
2007 11 30
Anders Sandberg is James Martin Research Fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute, University of Oxford. Dr Sandberg believes that in the future we will be able to, and should, dramatically change what it means to be human. Transhumanism – enhancing humans through new sciences and technologies – often looks a rather pie-in-the-sky, science-fiction idea. But we have good scientific reasons ...
Dark Moon Mission - Lunar Ruins Break Into Russian Media - Part 1
2007 11 30
Lunar ruins? Intelligent artifacts? Deep mysteries? Impenetrable secrets? The work of inscrutable forces we may never understand? NASA cover-ups to suppress the truth... until the public is ready? Are there really large, nearly-invisible glass objects hiding in the background of some classic NASA shots from the Apollo missions? On Tuesday, October 30, 2007, we discussed just that... at the National ...
Dark Moon Mission - Lunar Ruins Break Into Russian Media - Part 2
2007 11 30
Momentum is Building in the Russian Mainstream Media, The repercussions of our National Press Club event have been beyond our wildest expectations. This is NOT a story that briefly pops up, long enough to inspire the few who are open-minded enough to care, only to burrow back down into the cold, stony grave of media blackout. Instead, Russia is CONTINUING ...
Microwave Beam Stops Cars Dead
2007 11 30
The same form of energy used by microwave ovens is used in a new tech being used to fry the electrical systems in cars, stopping them dead in their tracks. Emitted from a rooftop device, the radiation could be used by law enforcement officers to put an end to dangerous car chases or by military personnel as a non-lethal way ...
Giants - Myth or Reality?
2007 11 30
In the human experience, giants are literally the "elephants in the room". When our research first began on this paradigm, we had little knowledge of how extensive the evidence of their existence was. We now have a comprehensive database consisting of over 200 historical descriptions; over half from the United States and the U.K. history, alone. And, our unpublished files ...
Painting the Fence Invisible
2007 11 30
In a recent article at Battling the Behemoth- click here- we noted the curious link between the birth of Israel at Bethel; and the birth of the New Age in a town of the same name in upstate New York in 1969. For this was where, from August 15, around 500,000 'Flower Children' congregated for 'Three Days of Peace and ...
Blackwater guards pumped on steroids and other “judgment-altering substances”
2007 11 29
A quarter of Blackwater security guards in Iraq use steroids and other “judgment-altering substances,” according to a lawsuit filed by the families of several Iraqis killed or wounded in a Baghdad shooting in September. Blackwater denies the charges. The suit, filed Monday in Washington, accuses the company of fostering “a culture of lawlessness” among its guards and says the use ...
Emblems from the Pentagon's Black World
2007 11 29
CIA paparazzo Trevor Paglen is a thorn in Uncle Sam's side. Known for snapping telephoto candids of CIA planes and Area 51, the artist also gathers "patch intel," which he's collected in this provocative book (main title: "I Could Tell You But Then You Would Have To Be Destroyed By Me"). Paglen's book proves that classified black opps concoct esoteric ...
Super Suit Gets Serious (video)
2007 11 29
Raytheon, the giant defense contractor, recently bought up Utah technology firm Sarcos‘ robotics business. And it wasn’t because of Sarcos’ work on the Bellagio’s fountains, I suspect. For years, Sarcos has been working for the military on real-life exoskeletons, to radically boost soldiers’ strength. Here’s a video of a Sarcos exoskeleton in action. Watch now: Super Suit Gets ...
Geometry is all
2007 11 28
A shape could describe the cosmos and all it contains One of the mysteries of the universe is why it should speak the language of mathematics. Numbers and the relationships between them are, after all, just abstract reasoning. Yet mathematics has shown itself to be particularly adept at describing both the contents of the universe and the forces that act on ...
Hollywood Goes Big On Endgame Zeitgeist
2007 11 28
Are rash of recent movies about humanity's imminent eradication a warning, a promise, or just a reflection of our own fears? Hollywood is obsessed with the idea that mankind is coming to an abrupt end and numerous movies which portray the short-term future of humanity as a dystopic nightmare abound - but is this a warning, a promise, or a ...
Beyond the Worst Case Climate Change Scenario
2007 11 28
Climate change is "unequivocal" and it is 90 percent certain that the "net effect of human activities since 1750 has been one of warming," the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) —a panel of more than 2,500 scientists and other experts—wrote in its first report on the physical science of global warming earlier this year. In its second assessment, the ...
On nanotechnology, experts see more risks than public
2007 11 28
In a surprising reversal of roles, nanotechnology scientists outrival the general public in seeing a cause for concern in some aspects of their work, according to a study published Sunday. Nanotechnology -- the science of making things measured in units 10,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair -- holds spectacular promise in virtually every sector. Hundreds of consumer ...
Imagining a bionic future
2007 11 28
When Paul Selmer lost his right leg below the knee in a hunting accident, a doctor fitted him with a standard prosthesis that required a waist belt to swing the wooden foot with each step. Selmer remembers it feeling like a “sandbag.” That was 28 years ago. The gallery owner and small-aircraft pilot is now a devotee of a high-tech ...
Antarctica in High-Def
2007 11 28
NASA Releases New, Interactive Map of the Bottom of the World. U.S. and British researchers unveiled a 1,000-image photo mosaic of Antarctica on Tuesday that they say will change how scientists -- and desktop travelers alike -- will explore and learn about the icy continent at the bottom of the world. The images were captured by the Landsat 7 satellite ...
Earth's Moon a rare species
2007 11 27
Cosmic collisions: Artist's impression of bodies as big as mountain ranges smashing together. Such collisions form the basis of the planet-building process. An even bigger collision between Earth and a body the size of Mars is thought to have created our moon. Image: NASA/JPL/CaltechMoons like the Earth's - which are formed in catastrophic collisions - are extremely rare in the ...
The Lightning Wheel in Ancient Times
2007 11 27
What connection exists between the thunderbolt and the wheel? In the aftermath of Julius Caesar's conquest of Gaul (modern France), scores of local Celtic gods and goddesses were deliberately assimilated to members of the Greek and Roman pantheon. A particularly popular Celtic god was Taranis, literally "thunder", whose cult was incorporated in that of Jupiter. Jupiter was, of course, the Roman ...
Investiture of New Knights and Dames of Malta Held Recently
2007 11 27
The above Knights of Malta, or Sovereign Order of St John of Jerusalem, want you to understand that they are a Protestant order and have absolutely no connection to the Catholic Knights of Malta, or the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM). They want to be very, very clear on that. Very explicit indeed. Yes, they get very testy about ...
Bring on the nanobots, and we will live long and prosper
2007 11 27
We are nearing a tipping point in life extension, thanks to technologies that enhance our health and maximise resources Extending human life expectancy is not a new story. When our genes evolved thousands of years ago, it was not in the interests of the species for people to live past child-rearing as resources such as food were in very short ...
ABC News, Facebook add Web 2.0 angle to presidential race
2007 11 27
ABC News and Facebook announced a new initiative today aimed at injecting a Web 2.0 twist to the 2008 race for the White House. The two have created an application called U.S. Politics -- built by combining Facebook technology with editorial content from ABC News -- to give Facebook users new ways to learn about and debate issues of importance ...
Does what happens in the Facebook stay in the Facebook?
2007 11 27
Some users of the online hangout Facebook are complaining that its two-week-old marketing program is publicizing their purchases for friends to see. Those users say they never noticed a small box that appears on a corner of their Web browsers following transactions at Fandango, Overstock and other online retailers. The box alerts users that information is about to be shared ...
77 Police Officers Hurt in Paris Riots
2007 11 27
Rampaging youths rioted overnight in Paris' suburbs, hurling Molotov cocktails and setting fire to dozens of cars. At least 77 officers were injured and officers were fired at, a senior police union official said Tuesday. The violence was more intense than during three weeks of rioting in 2005, said the official, Patrice Ribeiro. Police were shot at and are facing ...
America Ate My Brain (Part One)
2007 11 27
So it's 1966, and I'm six years old, and I buy my first comic book: X-Men number 21. And I can remember 41 years later because I've long since catalogued it, sealed it with a cardboard backing and filed it by title and number in an oblong archive box. I'd explain, to anyone who couldn't understand, or to whom I'd ...
Lifespan link to antidepressant drug
2007 11 26
Ed Comment: Just pop the pills and a long and happy life awaits you :) Check the related links for more information on antidepressants. An antidepressant drug lengthens tiny worms' lives and offers hope of humans living longer too, US scientists say. In the study, detailed in journal Nature, nematode worms were exposed to 88,000 chemicals in turn and mianserin extended lifespan ...
Orange Order creates superhero
2007 11 26
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it's... well he doesn't have a name yet, but the Orange Order hopes to win a new generation of fans with their own superhero. The origins of the Orange Order may date from the 17th century battle for supremacy between Protestantism and Catholicism, but they have high hopes for this 21st ...
Vaccinations at Gunpoint
2007 11 26
Following the State of Maryland's threats against parents who refuse to have their children vaccinated, children were herded into a Price George County courthouse being guarded by armed personnel with attack dogs. Inside, the children were forcibly vaccinated, many against their will, under orders from the State Attorney General, various State Judges and the local School Board Director, all of ...
They Live Taser Saucer To Become A Reality
2007 11 26
One of the biggest Taser representatives outside the US base has declared the company's intention to produce and sell internationally a small airborne drone version of the weapon that can administer electrical jolts of 50,000 volts. Antoine di Zazzo has told the AFP that his French company is "developing a mini-flying saucer like drone which could also fire Taser stun ...
Arkansas Mayor Resigns After Satanic Kidnapping Links Uncovered (Video)
2007 11 25
The mayor of a small northwest Arkansas town has resigned after admitting to leading a double life. Ken Williams says he was abducted by a Satanic cult and because of that assumed a false identity years before taking office. In 1975, he was known as Don La Rose, a minister with a wife and two children. But he says he ...
Secrecy Behind Unmanned Aircraft Test (Video)
2007 11 25
Houston police started testing unmanned aircraft and the event was shrouded in secrecy, but it was captured on tape by Local 2 Investigates. Neighbors in rural Waller County said they thought a top-secret military venture was under way among the farmland and ranches, some 70 miles northwest of Houston. KPRC Local 2 Investigates had four hidden cameras aimed at a ...
"Nebet-Het Gish"- an X-Files X-Egesis
2007 11 24
It is an old story, but it is one of what Neil Gaiman calls the "Great Stories." The Great Stories are part of the core human experience and never change except in the most superficial ways. They defy any attempts to rewrite them with drastic changes, always returning to their original forms. The setting might be modified depending on who's ...
Eighth wonder of the world? The stunning temples secretly carved out below ground by 'paranormal' eccentric
2007 11 24
Nestling in the foothills of the Alps in northern Italy, 30 miles from the ancient city of Turin, lies the valley of Valchiusella. Peppered with medieval villages, the hillside scenery is certainly picturesque. But it is deep underground, buried into the ancient rock, that the region's greatest wonders are concealed. Here, 100ft down and hidden from public view, lies an ...
Did Aleister Crowley Introduced the Iconic Gray Alien?
2007 11 24
It is common within UFO and abduction narratives to find references to Whitley Strieber's groundbreaking and now classic book, Communion. Although there were several abduction oriented books before its publication, and many varying depictions of the gray alien, for whatever reason, that particular book and its cover image seemed to finally cement the UFO/abduction phenomenon and the image of the ...
What space telescopes of tomorrow will see
2007 11 24
Giant-sized telescopes such as Hubble, Spitzer and Chandra offer unprecedented views of the cosmos, but astronomers are eager to put more powerful tools into orbit around the Earth. Without the extra help, said Rachel Somerville, an astronomer at the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Germany, it may be impossible to resolve some of the universe's greatest mysteries. Read more: What ...
Vatican joins historic talks to end 950-year rift with Orthodox church
2007 11 22
The Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches took tentative steps towards healing their 950-year rift yesterday by drafting a joint document that acknowledges the primacy of the Pope. The 46-paragraph “Ravenna Document”, written by a special commission of Catholic and Orthodox officials, envisages a reunified church in which the Pope could be the most senior patriarch among the various Orthodox churches. ...
Egyptian Solar Worship Obelisk… At The Vatican??
2007 11 22
There is far more to this proposed Vatican secret than meets the eye. A two-dimensional star interpretation of Orion showing the way to a nearby Sun-like star is only half of the story. What may also have some bearing on this secret are the positions of real ‘Sun worship’ Egyptian obelisks, which will be addressed in this article. Of equal ...
Small Planets Forming In The Pleiades: Astronomers
2007 11 22
Small, rocky planets that could resemble the Earth or Mars may be forming around a star in the Pleiades star cluster, astronomers reported on Wednesday. One of the stars in the cluster, also known as the Seven Sisters, is surrounded by an extraordinary number of hot dust particles that could be the "building blocks of planets" said Inseok Song, a ...
Stem Cell Breakthrough Is Like 'Turning Lead Into Gold'
2007 11 22
In an unprecedented feat of biological alchemy, researchers have turned human skin cells into stem cells that hold the same medical promise as controversial embryonic stem cells. Two teams of researchers -- one led by Kyoto University's Shinya Yamanaka, the other by the University of Wisconsin's Junying Yu -- used a virus to add four new genes to skin cells. ...
Scientists Find Fossil of Enormous Bug
2007 11 22
This is a computer generated image issued by the University of Bristol in England released on Tuesday Nov. 20, 2007 showing a size comparison between a human an ancient sea scorpion. A fossil found in Germany indicates the ancient sea scorpion was once 2.5 metres (8 feet) long, making it the biggest bug ever known to have existed. (AP Photo/University ...
Wormholes on Earth?
2007 11 21
According to a group of mathematicians, it may be possible to create devices with internal tunnels that are invisible to detection by electromagnetic waves—wormholes, in a sense. The scientists say that by custom designing the values of two parameters that describe electromagnetic (EM) materials, the electrical permittivity and magnetic permeability, around and inside a cylinder, a novel optical device could ...
Population control 'needs debate'
2007 11 21
Rapid world population growth must be halted to stop mankind "swamping the planet" like a "virus", a British MEP has warned. Liberal Democrat Chris Davies told the BBC that politicians had to break a "taboo" and discuss the subject. The North West England MEP added that families should be encouraged to have no more than one child in an effort ...
Scientists have a new way to reshape nature, but none can predict the cost
2007 11 21
Synthetic biologists say their technology could tackle climate change and feed the hungry, but its dangers are terrifying If you've never heard of synbio, you will hear plenty in the next decade. Synthetic biology now occupies roughly the same space on the public's radar that computing might have done in the 1960s or genetic modification in the 1970s - it's largely ...
'Mythical Roman cave' unearthed
2007 11 21
A camera probe sent into the cave revealed a ceiling covered in shells, mosaics and coloured marble and with a white eagle at the centre. Italian archaeologists say they have found the long-lost underground grotto where ancient Romans believed a female wolf suckled the city's twin founders. The cave believed to be the Lupercal was found near the ruins of Emperor ...
The Nine Signs Hopi Prophecy and Something About a Twin
2007 11 20
First a word about the unfolding events regarding comet 17P/Homes. It continues to brighten and is visible with the naked eye in the northern skies. New photos are being released daily. The latest shows a slowly growing tail, and due to the enormous size of the "coma", we can bright stars right through it. I just got off the phone with NASA ...
Votan: Diffusionist Deity
2007 11 20
Confusionism In the Ivory Tower Cultural diffusionism continues to be anathema to academia. Put simply, diffusionism proposes that ancient people got around on foot or by boat a lot more than commonly assumed -- around the world, in fact. This theory posits that a free flow of trade goods and cultural motifs existed globally, perhaps as early as the Neolithic period. During ...
Strieber's Memory Conveniently Fails Him In Hale-Bopp Tale
2007 11 20
"Then the Heaven's Gate tragedy struck. A group of UFO enthusiasts committed suicide in a looney attempt to get to the object as souls. Art was pilloried in the national media and among the UFO community. Lost in the shuffle was the fact that he and I had exposed the apparent hoax. Lost, also, in the shuffle was the fact ...
Children herded like cattle into Maryland courthouse for forced vaccinations as armed police and attack dogs stand guard
2007 11 20
Following the State of Maryland's threats against parents who refuse to have their children vaccinated, children were herded into a Price George County courthouse being guarded by armed personnel with attack dogs. Inside, the children were forcibly vaccinated, many against their will, under orders from the State Attorney General, various State Judges and the local School Board Director, all of ...
Dolly scientist abandons cloning
2007 11 20
The scientist who led the team that controversially created Dolly the sheep is abandoning the cloning of human embryos in stem cell research. Professor Ian Wilmut, of Edinburgh University, believes a rival method developed in Japan holds the key to curing serious medical conditions. The new method creates stem cells from fragments of skin and could remove the need to ...
Coming Soon to a Theater Near You: The Singularity
2007 11 20
Ray Kurzweil has plenty of titles already: inventor, author, futurist, techno-optimist, artificial intelligence expert. Now he's adding a Hollywood gloss to that list by writing, directing, producing and acting in his first feature film. He's adapting his latest book to make a movie titled The Singularity Is Near: A True Story About The Future. The "technological singularity" is a concept ...
Internet could face meltdown by 2010
2007 11 20
Too much data running on too little infrastructure. The internet could suffer drastic slowdown by 2010 as the sheer scale of data carried exceeds the ability of the network to handle it. Analyst house Nemertes Research Group has spent the last year analysing both data flows over the internet and the core infrastructure that carries it and concluded that in ...
Rocket Ship
2007 11 19
A rocket ship blasting off from the middle of the ocean into the vastness of space might look like a scene from a James Bond movie or a bizarre sci-fi thriller. Yet, in 1990s, serious people within aerospace industry found the idea pragmatic enough to turn into a business venture. However, the concept of reaching orbit from a floating launch ...
The Speed of Life
2007 11 17
Why Time Seems to Speed Up and How to Slow it Down I’m six years old, in the car with my parents and brother, travelling back from our annual two week holiday in Conwy, North Wales. It’s dark and the journey seems to take forever. I lie in the back seat, watching the orange streetlights and the houses pass by, and ...
2,000 killed by cyclone in Bangladesh
2007 11 17
More than 900 bodies have been recovered in Bangladesh following a devastating cyclone, but local news reports put the death toll at more than double that figure. Cyclone Sidr, with sustained winds of at least 131 mph (210 kph), made landfall Thursday night along the western coast of Bangladesh near the border with India, unleashing floodwaters. Aid workers trying to ...
Turning The Police State Apparatus Against Dissenters
2007 11 17
Second major phase of the coordinated destruction of freedom in America targets those who refuse to go along with it. A sustained media propaganda campaign in support of the move to swing the apparatus of tyranny away from phantom Muslim terrorists and towards the American people is in full operation and may pave the way for further attacks on US ...
Scientists Clone First Monkey
2007 11 17
US scientists have cloned a monkey, using the resulting embryos to grow valuable stem cells. The development is the first time a primate embryo has been created, leading experts to speculate that it's a matter of time before human embryos are cloned to treat disease. Researchers at Oregon Health and Science University used the DNA of skin cells from rhesus ...
Loose Change - Final Cut (Video)
2007 11 16
Loose Change Final Cut is the third installment of the documentary that asks the tough questions about the 9/11 attacks and related events. This movie hopes to be the catalyst for a new independent investigation, in which the family members receive answers to their questions, and the TRUE PERPETRATORS of this horrendous crime are PROSECUTED and PUNISHED.
Comet Holmes Bigger Than The Sun
2007 11 15
Spectacular outbursting comet 17P/Holmes exploded in size and brightness on October 24. It continues to expand and is now the largest single object in the Solar system, being bigger than the Sun (see Figure). The diameter of the tenuous dust atmosphere of the comet was measured at 1.4 million kilometers (0.9 million miles) on 2007 November 9 by Rachel Stevenson, ...
Surfer dude stuns physicists with theory of everything
2007 11 15
An impoverished surfer has drawn up a new theory of the universe, seen by some as the Holy Grail of physics, which as received rave reviews from scientists. Garrett Lisi, 39, has a doctorate but no university affiliation and spends most of the year surfing in Hawaii, where he has also been a hiking guide and bridge builder (when he ...
EU polls would be lost, says Nicolas Sarkozy
2007 11 15
Referendums on the new European Union Treaty were "dangerous" and would be lost in France, Britain and other countries, Nicolas Sarkozy has admitted. The French president's confession that governments could not win popular votes on a "simplified treaty" - drawn up to replace the EU constitution rejected by his countrymen two years ago - was made in a closed meeting ...
Peru Temple, Mural Hints at Complexity
2007 11 15
The sophisticated design and colorful artwork found in a 4,000-year-old temple unearthed near Peru's northern desert coast suggests that early civilization here was more complex than originally thought, archaeologists said. Ventarron, a 7,000-square-foot site — a bit larger than a basketball court — with painted walls and a white-and-red mural of a deer hunt, points to an "advanced civilization," said ...
Ariane 5 Rocket has Launched Britains Skynet 5B
2007 11 15
Britain has launched Skynet 5B - the latest spacecraft in a sophisticated new military communications system. The satellite rode into orbit atop an Ariane 5 rocket from Europe's Kourou spaceport, in French Guiana. Over the course of the next month, 5B will take up a position over the Indian Ocean and begin handling secure traffic for UK forces around the ...
Tree man ‘who grew roots’ may be cured
2007 11 15
An Indonesian fisherman who feared that he would be killed by tree-like growths covering his body has been given hope of recovery by an American doctor - and Vitamin A. Dede, now 35, baffled medical experts when warty “roots” began growing out of his arms and feet after he cut his knee in a teenage accident. The welts spread across ...
Strange Space Weather over Africa
2007 11 14
Something strange is happening in the atmosphere above Africa and researchers have converged on Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to discuss the phenomenon. The Africa Space Weather Workshop kicked off Nov. 12th with nearly 100 scientists and students in attendance. The strange phenomenon that brings all these people together is the ion plume—"a newly discovered form of space weather," says University of ...
The Illuminati and K of C Oaths Administered To All New Members
2007 11 14
In the spring of 1988, when I was recruited (and subsequently refused) to join the Freemasons, one of the problems I had was with the oaths I would be expected to take at every step of advancement along the path of the 'fellow traveler.' I have reprinted two oaths below -- the first is the oath that a new member ...
Transgressive technologies: Does a posthuman dystopia await us?
2007 11 14
There are a number of highly transgressive technologies on the horizon of development today, which may prove to be the most fundamental challenges ever to the notion of a more stable human nature, and thereby, to what can seen to be "natural" to humankind. Such technologies can be a vehicle for the almost indefinite perpetuation of "the unnatural," never allowing ...
A Tribute To Robin Tunney (Video)
2007 11 13
Robin Tunney becomes the synchromystic muse used to estimate the age of the Pyramids of Giza and introduces us to Aleister Crowley's "Grid Page". In Part two the elements of the "Grid Page" are found replete in the trail of sync hits found by following Tunney and leading towards the Holy Mountain, K2. Christnegger enters into part 3 to ad ...
Ophiuchus, The Burning Tower, and The Doppelgänger Universe (Video)
2007 11 13
Approximately 13,000 years ago the Atlantean's were facing almost identical trials and tribulations as we are today. Their choice: Nuclear Holocaust or human utopia. They were aligning with Ophiuchus - the lost 13th sign of the zodiac - which symbolizes alignment with the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, - and the choice of ascension for mankind. There are radioactive ...
'Greens' movement may have darker agenda
2007 11 12
Many of us recall that worried warning from the nervous rabbit, or the later Chicken Little version, in the stories from our youth. That same message is being sounded again by the likes of Al Gore with his movie "An Inconvenient Truth." The movie purportedly shows the ecological and environmental damages being done to our planet by us humans. Gore has ...
EU may 'fast track' gun control
2007 11 12
A British MEP is hoping to "fast track" a new EU deal on gun control and says last week's school massacre in Finland should act as a wake up call. Last week, the BBC reported that police in Britain, faced with a flood of easily convertible replica guns, want changes to European laws. Labour MEP Arlene McCarthy, who chairs a ...
Larry King - UFOS: Are They For Real (Video)
2007 11 12
Larry King is joined by Shirley MacClaine, who's had her own spacecraft sightings and can't wait for the chance to get on board. Fife Symington, the former governor of Arizona, who in 1997 ridiculed an infamous UFO sighting by thousands of people in the state and later admitted that he himself saw a craft. James Fox, the filmmaker who is the ...
Russian oil tanker splits in half
2007 11 12
Up to 2,000 metric tons of fuel oil have leaked near the Black Sea after a Russian oil tanker split in half. It came apart after it was smashed by 108km/h (67 mph) winds and 5m (16ft) waves in the Kerch Strait between the Azov and Black Seas. Four other ships sank in the storm, some of them carrying dangerous ...
Entire crew held in Calif. oil spill criminal probe
2007 11 12
The entire crew of the cargo ship that sideswiped a bridge, causing San Francisco Bay’s worst oil spill in nearly two decades, were being held for questioning as part of a criminal investigation, a Coast Guard official said Sunday. The Cosco Busan, which leaked 58,000 gallons of heavy fuel oil into the bay on Wednesday, fouling miles of coastline and ...
Hillary Denies Attending Bilderberg, Confirms Bill Did
2007 11 12
Members of Student Scholars for 9/11 Truth recently asked Hillary Clinton about her attendance at the 2006 Bilderberg Meeting-- which she emphatically denied. She laughed uncomfortably before declaring that she had "no idea what they were talking about" at Bilderberg Meetings since she "wasn't there." However, she did acknowledge that Bill Clinton had attended in 1992, but maintained that she ...
Hell's Angel: Mother Teresa by Christopher Hitchens (Video)
2007 11 12
During her lifetime Mother Teresa had become synonymous with saintliness. But in 1994, three years before her death, journalist Christopher Hitchens made this provocative film asking if her reputation was deserved. ...
Fulford's Ninjas: Don't Hold Your Breath
2007 11 11
"Oh my Gawd!" I exclaimed when Benjamin Fulford sent me his picture with David Rockefeller. "He actually met the Grand Panjandrum of the New World Order!" When we last tuned in, Benjamin Fulford had issued an ultimatum to the Illuminati on behalf of an ancient Chinese Secret society, consisting of six million members, including thousands of assassins, gangsters and ...
William Blake: What paintings of visions come
2007 11 11
A poet and painter, William Blake is considered to be a man who gave back Britain a sense of identity, at a time when the French and American Revolutions were doing the same in those countries. But above all, Blake was a mystic, a visionary, with at least one foot in the Otherworld – if not more. William Blake is ...
Area 52, The Secret Sister (Video)
2007 11 11
Some of the greatest and most secretive airplanes in history have been developed in the Nevada desert, most of them at the now-infamous base known as Area 51. It turns out Area 51 has a sister facility -- Area 52 -- and it's a place with secrets of its own. Area 52 isn't quite as secretive as Area 51. For ...
A Person Could Develop Occult
2007 11 10
There must be a rational explanation for all the supernatural phenomena on television. Many shows this season prey on the paranormal. Nobody really knows where network executives come from or where they go after being fired. Perhaps those neatly groomed suits marching in lock step through Burbank are themselves the undead, demons, witches and vampires who suck the blood of ...
Zombie Attack at Hierakonpolis
2007 11 10
Hierakonpolis is a site famous for its many "firsts," so many, in fact, it is not easy to keep track of them all. So we are grateful(?) to Max Brooks for bringing to our attention that the site can also claim the title to the earliest recorded zombie attack in history. In his magisterial tome, The Zombie Survival Guide (2003), ...
Researchers successfully simulate photosynthesis and design a better leaf
2007 11 10
University of Illinois researchers have built a better plant, one that produces more leaves and fruit without needing extra fertilizer. The researchers accomplished the feat using a computer model that mimics the process of evolution. Theirs is the first model to simulate every step of the photosynthetic process. Photosynthesis converts light energy into chemical energy in plants, algae, phytoplankton and ...
Italian musician uncovers hidden music in Da Vinci's 'Last Supper'
2007 11 10
It's a new Da Vinci code, but this time it could be for real. An Italian musician and computer technician claims to have uncovered musical notes encoded in Leonardo Da Vinci's "Last Supper," raising the possibility that the Renaissance genius might have left behind a somber composition to accompany the scene depicted in the 15th-century wall painting. "It sounds ...
The Rage of Angels, The Wrath of God: What Else Is Behind the Veil in Washington DC? Pt 4
2007 11 09
If there was a singular occasion apart from the dark Inaugural addresses, that is cause for concern, it would be a political photo-op on March 30, 2006. Putting the bureaucratic elements of the event aside, the locale was the sacrificial Temple of Kukulkan, the most significant ceremonial structure at Chitzen Itza in the Yucatan, Mexico. Standing on the ninety-one steps ...
Millennium - The "Age of Horus" Dawns
2007 11 09
As the world watched and celebrated on New Years Eve 1999, a series of occult symbolic religious rituals were carried out simultaneously in New York's Times Square and on the Mall in Washington DC -- in some cases right under our noses -- by the elite inside group (or groups) we have been tracking at Enterprise for some years now. ...
Man kills eight at Finnish school
2007 11 09
Eight people have been killed and at least 10 others injured in a shooting at a school in southern Finland, police have said. The gunman shot himself in the head and later died from his wounds in hospital, officials said. The shootings took place in Tuusula, some 50km (30 miles) north of the capital, Helsinki. Finnish police said an 18-year-old ...
Itzhak Bentov - From Atom to Cosmos (Video)
2007 11 09
Itzhak Bentov - From Atom to Cosmos: Evolution of Consciousness as a New Model of the Universe. Itzhak Bentov (1923-1979) was a scientist, inventor, and an early pioneer in the research of consciousness. By blending analytical knowledge and intuitive insight, Itzhak Bentov was the first to develop what is now widely accepted today as a holographic model of reality.
Malta ‘is Blackwater’s operational base’
2007 11 08
A European Parliament working document drawn up by Giovanni Claudio Fava has claimed “Malta is the operational base of Blackwater, the organiser of private military militia which are increasingly taking on more and more roles which used to be undertaken by US forces in Iraq and elsewhere” American left-wing and anti-war media are in full cry about the underhand and ...
E.P Phone Home
2007 11 06
I was ten when this record was released. It didn't make much of an impression on me at the time, but I can recall the mysterious captivation I felt the first time I saw that picture. Of course, I had no way of knowing then that we would be here- twenty years on- still contemplating the very same glyph, but ...
Historic Saudi visit to Vatican
2007 11 06
King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia has met Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican - the first audience by the head of the Roman Catholic Church with a Saudi monarch. The private meeting lasted only 30 minutes, with both leaders speaking through interpreters. Afterwards, the king and the pope exchanged gifts. The two sides have no diplomatic ties, although Abdullah met ...
Rothschild's Pushing Indian Produce onto the Global Market
2007 11 06
The Rothschild family is pushing Indian produce onto the global market. Also: How Evelyn met Lynn, at Bilderberg, with a little help from Henry. Whose peas are these? Many of the Rothschild’s Indian farms are in areas where arsenic has poisoned much of the soil and groundwater. Tomatoes and carrots from Rajasthan. Zucchini and baby corn from Kashipur. Europeans and ...
Philip K. Dick’s Phylogenic Memory and the Divine Fire
2007 11 06
In my book Gods of Aquarius: UFOs and the Transformation of Man [Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976], I introduced the concept of the Star People, individuals who feel that they bear within their genes awareness acquired by extraterrestrial interaction with humans in prehistoric or ancient times and who have now been activated by DNA memory to fulfill a mission in assisting ...
Jonathan Black's 'Mystic London' on Secret Societies and Symbolism (Video)
2007 11 06
Jonathan Black's new book, The Secret History of the World, reveals extraordinary and thought-provoking insights into the esoteric teachings of secret societies down the ages and offers a radical new (or perhaps very ancient) perspective on human history. The Secret History of the World looks at history upside down, inside out and the other way around. Rather that trying to ...
A Maritime Pompeii
2007 11 06
Pisa is famous for its leaning tower, but archeologists there are now uncovering an amazing fleet of ancient ships, some complete with crew and cargo. The San Rossore train station on the edge of Pisa, Italy, is a lonely stop. Tourists who visit this city to see its famous leaning tower generally use the central station across town. But San ...
Plan 9 from outer space
2007 11 06
Fears of an alien invasion created greater alarm in the US than the threat of a Soviet nuclear attack, writes Philippe Mora. In January 1979, The New York Times reported that despite repeated, feverish denials, the CIA had indeed investigated the UFO phenomenon: "CIA Papers Detail UFO Surveillance" screamed the headline. The report is said to have so upset the ...
The Unnameable
2007 11 06
"There are things all around. Things you never see because you don't have the words, you don't have the names. you only learned the 26-letter alphabet."Here are some names for things...." - Grant Morrison, The InvisiblesSpeaking the WorldThere are only, maybe, 350 members of the Pirahă tribe, but its language is confounding linguists for all that it lacks. There are ...
Mars Mineral Rights secured by Resnick, O'Neil & Cramer (ROC)
2007 11 05
Dr. Resnick (former NASA scientist and current consultant to NASA) states "Space law does not allow countries to have land ownership on planets and moons in the solar system but it does allow for the Mineral Rights to be obtained by individuals and companies." The countries party to the Space Treat Act have agreed that none of them has neither ...
Power from the final frontier
2007 11 05
Giant collectors in space that beam solar energy back to Earth could soon be a reality. And, as James Bloom reports, it could be a bigger moneyspinner than space tourism. At some point before 2050, satellites collecting solar power and beaming it back to Earth will become a primary energy source, streaming terawatts of electricity continuously from space. That's if ...
Illuminati Sex Slaves Paint Horrifying Picture
2007 11 05
Two women tortured, brainwashed and prostituted by the Illuminati paint a disturbing picture of how the world is really run. Both say they were prostituted to world leaders as children. They are Brice Taylor, author of Thanks for the Memories (1999) and Cathy O'Brien (with Mark Phillips) author of Trance-Formation of America (1995). These books are consistent and confirm the ...
U.S. Army: Five million acres needed for training facilities by 2011
2007 11 05
As the U.S. military budget balloons, so does the Armed Services’ need to train its soldiers. In fact, some military planners foresee a need for 5 million more acres for training facilities by 2011. In September, Sen. Wayne Allard (R-Colo.) told his fellow Congressmen that “the Army believes it has a current deficit of 2 million acres needed for training, ...
King Tut Face Unveiled For First Time
2007 11 05
King Tut's buck-toothed face was unveiled Sunday for the first time in public — more than 3,000 years after the youngest and most famous pharaoh to rule ancient Egypt was shrouded in linen and buried in his golden underground tomb. Archeologists carefully lifted the fragile mummy out of a quartz sarcophagus decorated with stone-carved protective goddesses, momentarily pulling aside a ...
Genesis: The Creation of the Saudi Crime Syndicate
2007 11 05
When it was discovered that money from Saudi Princess Haifa bint Faisal had found its way, into the hands of Al Qaeda operative and advance man for the 9/11 hijackers Omar al-Bayoumi, the Saudi Princess put forward one of the worst alibis ever concocted. Princess Haifa claimed that she was giving the money to a woman named Majeda Ibrahin Dweikat ...
2012 The Odyssey (Video)
2007 11 04
The Mayan Calendar is ending on December 21st 2012. What will happen to us between now and then? Are there other prophecies that also predict the closing of this world age and the start of a new beginning? Join author Sharron Rose on an adventure into the future. In this exciting and thought provoking feature documentary she travels across the ...
Space Aliens Blamed For the Electric Universe?
2007 11 03
Misunderstood history has a way of repeating itself, or so the cliche goes. According to a recent article from the website World Net Daily, a report leaked from within the Italian government blames a series of "inexplicable" fires that erupted in a Sicilian village in 2004 on "space aliens." The report states that an unknown "static electric charge" was the source ...
Gene Tweak Makes For Mighty Mice
2007 11 03
Scientists at Case Western Reserve University have genetically engineered mice that outrun, outlive, and out-eat ordinary mice while staying lean, light, and fertile well into old age. Chalk it up to a change in a single gene. That genetic tweak boosted levels of an enzyme called PEPCK-C in the mice's skeletal muscles, knocking mice's muscle metabolism into orbit. "They are ...
Berkeley Physicists Make a Radio 10,000 Times Thinner Than a Human Hair
2007 11 03
Image not correctly scaledPhysicists at UC Berkeley say they have produced the world's smallest radio out of a single carbon nanotube that is 10,000 times thinner than a human hair. Professor Alex Zettl led a team that developed the minuscule filament, which can be tuned to receive AM or FM transmissions. The first song it played? "Layla" by Derek & the Dominos. ...
Genetic Advances To Pioneer Super-Human Elite?
2007 11 03
New scientific research into life enhancing genetic modification is paving the way for a near future where humans are able to live far beyond today's average life expectancy, but in the hands of the wrong crowd this could spell disaster. Scientists have genetically engineered 500 "super mice" that can run further and faster, live longer and reproduce for longer with ...
Laika & Sputnik-2 "50 Years"
2007 11 03
On November 3, 1957, the USSR stunned the world with a new space sensation -- the launch of Sputnik-2 carrying a dog on board. The Space Age had barely started less than a month before, with the launch of the first Soviet satellite on October 4, 1957. Sputnik-1, a 40-pound sphere, looked very heavy compared to the U.S. spacecraft under ...
Why They Called It the Manhattan Project
2007 11 02
By nature, code names and cover stories are meant to give no indication of the secrets concealed. “Magic” was the name for intelligence gleaned from Japanese ciphers in World War II, and “Overlord” stood for the Allied plan to invade Europe. Many people assume that the same holds true for the Manhattan Project, in which thousands of experts gathered in ...
The Invincible Man
2007 11 02
Aubrey de Grey, 44 Going on 1,000, Wants Out of Old Age Aubrey de Grey, photographed at San Francisco's airport, created the Methuselah Foundation to support scientific research into extending the life span, oh, 900 years. Photo Credit: By Thor Swift For The Washington Post Video: Do You Want To Live Forever? Aubrey de Grey may be wrong but, evidence suggests, he's not nuts. ...
Jonathan Goldman - Healing Sounds (video)
2007 11 02
"Some people use the voice, some use instruments, like the didgeridoo, or Tibetan bowls or bells. Some use tuning forks or scientific instruments, such as the somatic instrument, which uses direct application of sound on the body for healing. There’s another branch of sound healing in which people take someone’s speaking voice and find frequencies that are dormant or missing, ...
Tree of Being
2007 11 01
We all are beings of many levels. Our body, our surface personality, our waking identity and our memories in time are just the surface levels of who and what we are. Picture a tree covered with leaves. The leaves cover the surface of the tree. The reason that the tree grows leaves is in order to be able to catch as ...
Bono's Plans for Tallest Tower in Ireland the U2 Tower
2007 11 01
Plans by music giants U2 to stamp their mark on the skyline of their home city have hit a wrong note with conservationists. They plan to build Ireland's tallest tower in Dublin and revamp their city centre hotel - to ensure their legacy lives on long after the music stops. Bono and The Edge have unveiled plans to redevelop the ...
Sacred Geometry: Flower of Life
2007 11 01
The "Flower of Life" can be found in all major religions of the world. It contains the patterns of creation as they emerged from the "Great Void". Everything is made from the Creator's thought. After the creation of the Seed of Life the same vortex's motion was continued, creating the next structure known as the Egg of Life. This structure ...
"War Criminal" Ex-MI6 Head Dearlove Confronted At Event
2007 11 01
Man who admitted "intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy" of invading Iraq grilled on 7/7, Bilderberg membership, forced to leave after being called proxy mass murderer. Author of the infamous Downing Street Memo and ex-MI6 head Sir Richard Dearlove was confronted and branded a "war criminal" by audience members who attended his talk at the London School ...
Hillary! Uncensored - Banned By The Media (Video)
2007 11 01
Hillary!Uncensored, The Final Cut 1 Hour Documentary uses exclusive Home Videos of Hillary by her largest donor, Peter Paul, to expose the Illegalities that won her Senate Election & the Obstructions of Justice That Keep Her There- (www.hillcap.org) and (www.peterfpaul.com). It will debut on www.youperview.com on November 5. Ranked as the #1 video on Google Top 100 videos in the ...
Brain Cells Colored To Create 'Brainbow'
2007 11 01
Borrowing genes from bacteria, coral and jellyfish, scientists have set mice brains aglow in a bold panoply of colors, revealing the intricate highways and byways of neuronal connections. The technique, dubbed "Brainbow" by its Harvard University inventors, is detailed in the Nov. 1 issue of the journal Nature. Previous techniques for highlighting neurons used at most two colors. One common ...



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