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December 2007

Dolly the Sheep Creator Knighted
2007 12 31
Professor Ian Wilmut, the scientist who created Dolly the sheep through genetic cloning, has been knighted in the New Year Honours list. Prof Wilmut, 63, said he was "surprised and delighted" by his knighthood and stressed that it was a recognition to be shared by his research colleagues. As a boy, his early ambition was to go to sea - ...
David Wilcock - Jumproom to Mars (Video)
2007 12 31
This fascinating and entertaining video captures an informal and spirited 45-minute conversation between David Wilcock and ourselves at a restaurant where we had met up for dinner in early December. We were exchanging information and comparing the testimonies from Project Camelot's Henry Deacon and David's Montauk source 'Daniel', and had found some very important corroborations. Captured live on camera with ...
Bhutto's son maintains political dynasty
2007 12 31
Standing before the cameras Sunday, bespectacled 19-year-old Bilawal Bhutto Zardari looked more like a South Asian Harry Potter than the newly crowned leader of a powerful political movement. But the Oxford University student had the only qualification he needed to become chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party: He's the son of party leader Benazir Bhutto, slain by an assassin on ...
Nine Eleven Ten Thirteen
2007 12 29
There are times when art becomes reality. The pilot for X-Files spinoff The Lone Gunmen , which eerily predicted a 9/11 scenario, is perhaps one of the most notorious examples of this. Some theorists have pointed at that episode as proof of government foreknowledge of the attacks, yet if you actually pay attention to the dialog in the episode (included ...
Amanita Santa, Oz, and The Owl of Babylon (Video)
2007 12 28
Was the story of Santa and his hallucinogen imbibing Reindeer a product of Amanita Muscaria psychedelic mushrooms? Join me on an expedition through Oz, within the mountainous caverns of the Gnome King - to the Tesseract symbolism in the Sci-Fi channel's new "Tin Man" series. Bowie pops his head in once again - as we explore Owl symbolism and the ...
Drugs to build up that mental muscle
2007 12 28
Forget sports doping. The next frontier is brain doping. As Major League Baseball struggles to rid itself of performance-enhancing drugs, people in a range of other fields are reaching for a variety of prescription pills to enhance what counts most in modern life. Despite the potential side effects, academics, classical musicians, corporate executives, students and even professional poker players have ...
Egypt 'to copyright antiquities'
2007 12 28
Egypt's MPs are expected to pass a law requiring royalties be paid whenever copies are made of museum pieces or ancient monuments such as the pyramids. Zahi Hawass, who chairs Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, told the BBC the law would apply in all countries. The money was needed to maintain thousands of pharaonic sites, he said. Correspondents say the ...
Death Ray Replaced By The Voice of God
2007 12 27
While U.S. efforts to deploy it's microwave Active Denial System (which transmits a searchlight sized bean of energy when makes people downrange feel like their skin is on fire) continue to be delayed, another non-lethal system, LRAD (Long Range Acoustic Device) has been quietly deployed to Iraq. And there the story gets a little strange. LRAD is basically a focused ...
Repressed Memory - A Cultural Symptom?
2007 12 27
Are some experiences so horrific that the human brain seals them away, only to recall them years later? The concept of “repressed memory,” known by the diagnostic term dissociative amnesia, has long fueled controversy in psychiatry. During the 1980s, claims of childhood sexual abuse based on recovered memories led to a spate of highly publicized court cases. A number of ...
British Ministry of Defence to open UFO X-files
2007 12 26
Top-secret details about hundreds of sightings of Unidentified Flying Objects are to be released for public viewing in response to the nation’s continuing fascination with the subject. The Ministry of Defence will release a total of 160 files dating back to that time to the National Archives in Kew. The first files will be made available in Spring 2008 and ...
Freemasonry, Eager to Step From Cultural Shadows
2007 12 26
When Hollywood comes knocking, that's probably a clue the time has come to open the door. And the secretive, centuries-old order of Freemasonry seems to be picking up its cue. "National Treasure: Book of Secrets," which opened in theaters this weekend, is the second film in the adventure-fantasy series to shine a light on the mysterious and little-known world of ...
Tony Blair converts to Catholicism
2007 12 23
Former British prime minister Tony Blair has converted from Britain's established church, Anglicanism, to Roman Catholicism, the head of Britain's Catholics said on Saturday. Blair, whose wife and four children are Catholic, was received into the Catholic Church by Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor on Friday in a move that had been widely expected after he stepped down from power in June. ...
The mother of all civilisations?
2007 12 23
The ruins were so magnificent and sprawling that some people believed that the aliens from a faraway galaxy had built the huge pyramids that stood in the desert across the Andes. Some historians believed that the complex society, which existed at that time, was born out of fear and war. They looked for the telltale signs of violence that they ...
Turkey 'in new Iraq air strikes'
2007 12 23
Turkish warplanes have bombed Kurdish rebels across the border in northern Iraq, according to Kurdish officials. Jabbar Yawer, a spokesman for the Iraqi Kurdish security forces, said the air strikes lasted more than three hours and caused material damage. Turkey launched two more air attacks on northern Iraq in the last week, as well as a small ground incursion. Turkey ...
Italian expert links first Christmas celebration to pagan shrine in Rome
2007 12 23
A recently discovered pagan shrine dedicated to Rome's legendary founder Romulus and his brother Remus is being linked by a scholar to the first celebration of Christmas held on the date that still marks the festivity today. Last month Italian archaeologists unveiled an underground grotto which they believe ancient Romans worshipped as the place where a wolf nursed the legendary twins. Now, ...
Top 25 Censored news stories of 2007
2007 12 23
#1 Future of Internet Debate Ignored by Media, #2 Halliburton Charged with Selling Nuclear Technologies to Iran, #3 Oceans of the World in Extreme Danger, #4 Hunger and Homelessness Increasing in the US, #5 High-Tech Genocide in Congo, #6 Federal Whistleblower Protection in Jeopardy, # 7 US Operatives Torture Detainees to Death in Afghanistan and Iraq, #8 Pentagon Exempt from ...
Swedish athletes Klüft and Holm Touts Computer Chip Implants
2007 12 23
Swedish athletes Carolina Klüft and Stefan Holm have caused a stir on the home front by proposing radical measures to ensure that top level competitors refrain from taking performance-enhancing drugs. Klüft and Holm, reigning Olympic champions in the heptathlon and high-jump events, both agreed that competitors at the highest level should either have computer chips implanted into their skin or ...
Going back to our Roots
2007 12 23
It was the 13th day of the 12th month, 2007. The venue was the historic Hieronymites or Jeronimos Monastery in Santa Maria de Belem, a parish of Lisbon in Portugal. It was here that an important treaty was to be signed, the Treaty of Lisbon, a treaty so significant that European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso commented that:"From this old ...
Descendants of Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse break away from US
2007 12 21
The Lakota Indians, who gave the world legendary warriors Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse, have withdrawn from treaties with the United States, leaders said Wednesday. "We are no longer citizens of the United States of America and all those who live in the five-state area that encompasses our country are free to join us," long-time Indian rights activist Russell Means ...
Year of global cooling
2007 12 21
Al Gore says global warming is a planetary emergency. It is difficult to see how this can be so when record low temperatures are being set all over the world. In 2007, hundreds of people died, not from global warming, but from cold weather hazards. Since the mid-19th century, the mean global temperature has increased by 0.7 degrees Celsius. This ...
Japanese Defense Minister troubled over legal issues if UFO arrives
2007 12 21
Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba said Thursday that he was troubled over potential legal issues if a UFO arrives in Japan, requiring action by the Self-Defense Forces, Japanese media reports. The subject was triggered by a question from oppositional lawmaker Ryuji Yamane, who argued the government should attempt to confirm what UFOs are because of “frequent observations” of them in Japan. ...
Synthetic DNA on the Brink of Yielding New Life Forms
2007 12 21
It has been 50 years since scientists first created DNA in a test tube, stitching ordinary chemical ingredients together to make life's most extraordinary molecule. Until recently, however, even the most sophisticated laboratories could make only small snippets of DNA -- an extra gene or two to be inserted into corn plants, for example, to help the plants ward off ...
Diana letter said Charles was plotting to kill her
2007 12 21
An infamous letter written by Princess Diana in which she warned that her ex-husband Prince Charles was planning to kill her has been published for the first time. In the letter, written to her butler Paul Burrell 10 months before her death in a Paris car crash in 1997, Diana said: "This particular phase in my life is the most ...
Forces of the Unconscious Mind
2007 12 21
Exploring the Work of Stan Gooch In the first chapter of his fascinating book The Origins of Psychic Phenomena (1984), the British psychologist Stan Gooch explains that he used to smile when he heard, “for instance, stories of invisible ‘thought forms’ allegedly produced by Tibetan mystics and others.” He then adds: “I no longer smile at such stories. My own feeling, ...
Homo erectus extinctus
2007 12 20
By the extrovert standards of our parliament, it is a surprisingly quiet debate, but one that will have all manner of implications. The Human Tissue and Embryos Bill, which is expected to become law next summer, says controversially that the fathers of artificially conceived children need not necessarily be recognised by the state. Are fathers destined to become redundant? The ...
Don’t call the aliens,they might not be friendly
2007 12 20
For decades it has been a staple of science fiction � somewhere out in the galaxy, a highly developed alien race picks up a radio signal from Earth, and decides to eat us for lunch. In a world plagued by war, hunger and disease, a possible attack by little green men may not rank high among most nations’ concerns. Yet for ...
Surprise Finds at Egypt Temple "Change Everything"
2007 12 19
A series of surprising discoveries has been made at the foot of Egypt's famous Temple of Amun at Karnak, archaeologists say. The new finds include ancient ceremonial baths, a pharaoh's private entry ramp, and the remains of a massive wall built some 3,000 years ago to reinforce what was then the bank of the Nile River. A host of other ...
Scientists unravel 'dolphinese' chatter
2007 12 19
Scientists have finally unravelled the meaning of squeaks and whistles that make up dolphin "speech". According to the Australian researchers who have picked up "dolphinese", the language shows the animals are more similar to humans that previously thought. The scientists identified almost 200 different whistles that the dolphins make to communicate, and linked some to specific behaviours. Biologist Dr Liz Hawkins and her ...
The Knights of St. John (Video)
2007 12 19
The (Official) history of the Knights of St. John, by Ray H. Marr's Shade Tree Studios The Knights Hospitaller (also known as the Order of St. John, Sovereign Order of Saint John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta, Knights of Malta, Knights of Rhodes, and Chevaliers of Malta) is a Christian organization that began as an Amalfitan hospital founded in ...
Rockefellers "Joked" About Controlling The World
2007 12 19
The elitist Rockefeller sons would sometimes "joke" about which parts of the world they would each control according to biographer Peter Collier, carving the world up into different thiefdoms. Collier's admission that there was "something really behind the joke" is an understatement considering the revelations of the late Aaron Russo about what Nicholas Rockefeller told him. The admission is taken ...
Blackwater Has a New Business Pitch: Peacekeeping
2007 12 19
Facing a growing backlash over its operations in Iraq, the private security firm Blackwater is formulating a new business pitch — to expand into U.N.-style peacekeeping and humanitarian aid. The company is buying a fleet of aircraft and ground vehicles, including its own airship, hoping to win contracts to secure failed states before the U.N. arrives. “We can give what ...
'Exodus' to virtual worlds predicted
2007 12 19
The appeal of online virtual worlds such as Second Life is such that it may trigger an exodus of people seeking to "disappear from reality," an expert on large-scale online games has said. Virtual worlds have seen huge growth since they became mainstream in the early years of this decade, developing out of Massive Multiplayer Role-Playing Games. And the online ...
2012: NASA sees start of “new solar cycle”
2007 12 18
NASA today published a forecast for a “big and intense” new solar cycle in 2011 or 2012, which its suggests will wreak havoc on satellite GPS and telecommunications, power grids and air traffic. NASA says the next solar cycle, Solar Cycle 24, “could make itself felt as never before." We are now at the end of Solar Cycle 23 (see ...
NASA names next-gen lunar lander Altair
2007 12 18
altair.jpgNASA's emblem for Altair combines design elements from the Apollo and Constellation programs. (Image: NASA)Move over Eagle, the Altair has landed. NASA today introduced a new name and logo for its next generation lunar lander, which was previously referred to as the Lunar Surface Access Module, or LSAM for short. "That's the name they chose," said Jeff Hanley, NASA's Constellation Program manager, ...
Russian nuclear fuel lands in Iran
2007 12 18
U.S. officials say the move shows that Tehran does not need to pursue its own atomic program. Analysts say the administration appears to be putting the best spin on a decision it had opposed. After years of delay, Russia announced Monday that it had delivered its first shipment of nuclear fuel to a reactor in southern Iran, a move Washington ...
Prince Charles will Appear at Conference as a Hologram
2007 12 18
His detractors may argue that his green principles do not stand up to close examination. But now Prince Charles is set to confound his critics by addressing an energy conference - as a hologram. Determined to keep his environmental damage to a minimum, Charles will save the 15 tons of carbon that would have been generated by flying himself and ...
'Death Star' Galaxy Black Hole Fires at Neighboring Galaxy
2007 12 18
A powerful jet from a super massive black hole is blasting a nearby galaxy, according to new findings from NASA observatories. This never-before witnessed galactic violence may have a profound effect on planets in the jet's path and trigger a burst of star formation in its destructive wake. Known as 3C321, the system contains two galaxies in orbit around each ...
Baghdad museum's slow recovery
2007 12 16
The Assyrian Hall at the Iraqi National Museum is breathtaking. Stone panels from the royal palace at Khorsabad run along the walls. The carvings on the friezes depict daily life in the Assyrian royal court, which at its height about 3,000 years ago controlled a region stretching across much of the modern Middle East. In one panel a distinctly regal king ...
Merk drug company vaccines admits injecting cancer viruses (Video)
2007 12 16
This stunning censored interview conducted by medical historian Edward Shorter for WGBH public television (Boston) and Blackwell Science was cut from The Health Century due to its huge liability--the admission that Merck drug company vaccines have traditionally been injecting cancer viruses (SV40 and others) in people ...
Why 2K? (Video)
2007 12 16
The K2 'pyramount' idea floated by Ralph Ellis in "K2 Quest of the Gods" again comes under synchromystic scrutiny. We follow the historical personalities the Mongolian Khans and actors Keanu Reeves, Orson Welles and Alec Baldwin for sync winks. The 911 mega-rituals millennial syncnificance is further developed as we follow the Stargate up the Holy ...
Hear Voices? It May Be an Ad
2007 12 16
New Yorker Alison Wilson was walking down Prince Street in SoHo last week when she heard a woman's voice right in her ear asking, "Who's there? Who's there?" She looked around to find no one in her immediate surroundings. Then the voice said, "It's not your imagination." Indeed it isn't. It's an ad for "Paranormal State," a ghost-themed series premiering ...
Strange Shapes Seen on Mars
2007 12 16
NASA scientists have discovered what might form some of the weirdest landscapes on Mars, winding channels carved into the Martian surface that scientists have dubbed "spiders," "lace" and "lizard skin." The unusual landscape features form in an area of Mars' south pole called cryptic terrain because it once defied explanation. But new observations from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, presented here ...
Magma May Be Melting Greenland Ice
2007 12 15
Global warming may not be the only thing melting Greenland. Scientists have found at least one natural magma hotspot under the Arctic island that could be pitching in. In recent years, Greenland’s ice has been melting more and flowing faster into the sea—a record amount of ice melted from the frozen mass this summer, according to recently released data—and Earth’s ...
Intrusive Brain Reading Surveillance Technology: Hacking the Mind
2007 12 15
We need a program of psychosurgery for political control of our society. The purpose is physical control of the mind. Everyone who deviates from the given norm can be surgically mutilated. The individual may think that the most important reality is his own existence, but this is only his personal point of view. This lacks historical perspective. Man does not ...
CIA Torture Jet wrecks with 4 Tons of COCAINE
2007 12 14
This Florida based Gulfstream II jet aircraft # N987SA crash landed on September 24, 2007 after it ran out of fuel over Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula it had a cargo of several tons of Cocaine on board now documents have turned up on both sides of the Atlantic that link this Cocaine Smuggling Gulfstream II jet aircraft # N987SA that ...
A symbol of the building of the modern world
2007 12 14
Related article: EU leaders sign The Lisbon Treaty (The New EU Constitution) Regarded as the pre-eminent symbol of Portugal's history as a powerhouse of European exploration, Lisbon's Jeronimos Monastery is a fitting location for the signing of the EU reform treaty. The magnificent complex was started in 1502 by King Manuel I to commemorate Vasco da Gama's voyage as commander of ...
EU leaders sign The Lisbon Treaty (The New EU Constitution)
2007 12 14
Video from CNN here: Landmark EU treaty signed Leaders of the European Union countries pose for a group photo outside Lisbon's 16th century Jeronimos Monastery after signing the EU's Treaty of Lisbon Thursday, Dec. 13 2007 The Lisbon Treaty signed by European Union leaders on Thursday seeks to give the enlarged bloc a more efficient decision-making process and greater clout on the ...
Big Machines Parked In Orbit - Black Ops, Star Wars Or ET? Or All Of The Above?
2007 12 13
What you are about to see is quite remarkable. It seems that some of the stars above us are not stars at all...as you shall see. A young man by the name of John Lenard Walson has discovered a new way to extend the capabilities of small telescopes and has been able to achieve optical resolutions - at almost the ...
NASA's GRAIL to look inside the moon in 2011
2007 12 13
As if scanning the moon's surface for impact blemishes were not enough, NASA now plans to visualize its internal imperfections to solve longstanding mysteries about the moon's insides. NASA said this week that it selected the Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory, or GRAIL, from two dozen mission proposals. GRAIL's twin spacecraft are slated to launch around Sept. 6, 2011. After ...
Man Utd plan to chip players
2007 12 12
Manchester United stars could be fitted with a tiny microchip to help Sir Alex Ferguson track their movements on the pitch. A chip the size of a grain of rice could be embedded just under the skin of stars including Wayne Rooney, Rio Ferdinand and Gary Neville. Satellites would track its exact position so that United's training staff can pinpoint ...
Consensus Shattered As Major Scientific Study Says Global Warming Is Natural
2007 12 12
The so-called scientific consensus that global warming is man-made has been shattered with the release of a major new study backed by three universities which concludes that climate change over the past thirty years is explained by natural factors and that attempts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions are irrelevant. Climate scientists at the University of Rochester, the University of Alabama, ...
Human evolution is 'speeding up'
2007 12 12
Humans have moved into the evolutionary fast lane and are becoming increasingly different, a genetic study suggests. In the past 5,000 years, genetic change has occurred at a rate roughly 100 times higher than any other period, say scientists in the US. This is in contrast with the widely-held belief that recent human evolution has halted. The research has been ...
Mammoths and Other Great Beasts Peppered with Material from Space
2007 12 12
Startling evidence has been found which shows mammoth and other great beasts from the last ice age were blasted with material that came from space. Eight tusks dating to some 35,000 years ago all show signs of having being peppered with meteorite fragments. The ancient remains come from Alaska, but researchers also have a Siberian bison skull with the same ...
Put carbon tax on babies: academic
2007 12 11
While carbon trading will no doubt play a key role in curbing emissions, environmental scientists say the politically sensitive issue of population growth also needs to be given more consideration in the climate change debate. Now a radical proposal to reduce population growth has been published in the Medical Journal of Australia - a carbon tax on babies. The parents of any ...
Japanese probe helps unlock riddle of sun's heat
2007 12 11
New observations of the Sun gathered by a Japanese probe may finally explain why its outer atmosphere burns white-hot in contrast to its relatively cool surface, scientists said Thursday. The riddle of the star's white-hot atmosphere, which at several million degrees kelvin is 200 to 300 times warmer than the surface, has intrigued solar physicists for more than 50 years. The ...
Dr. Paul R. Ehrlich's Population Control
2007 12 11
In 1968, Dr. Paul R. Ehrlich wrote a well publicized book entitled The Population Bomb*. Ehrlich predicted widespread famine and disaster unless population growth was reduced to zero in America and throughout the world by compulsory methods if necessary. Ehrlich is a Professor of Biology at Stanford University specializing in population biology. He has written many books and scientific papers ...
Bill Clinton's Big Inspiration: Order of de Molay
2007 12 11
In 1961, when President Kennedy was in his Camelot and the Cold War got colder as the Berlin Wall was erected, a 15 year old boy walked into the Masonic Temple at 311 West Grand Hot Springs, Arkansas. There, he was inducted into a youth organisation which had formulated its principles on the life and death of the last Grand ...
Symposium in Cuba to study the history of Freemasonry in Latin America
2007 12 11
A historic approximation to the freemasonry “allows a better understanding, a better rapprochement between the institutions and above everything else a better comprehension of our cultures, because, undoubtedly the freemasons has an important role in Latin America”, Cuba will gather together for the first time experts from Europe and Latin America in an academic meeting that will debate the history ...
‘Flying saucers’ around Saturn explained
2007 12 11
Findings suggest bizarre moons were formed from particles in rings. The formation of strange flying-saucer-shaped moons embedded in Saturn's rings have baffled scientists. New findings suggest they're born largely from clumps of icy particles in the rings themselves, an insight that could shed light on how Earth and other planets coalesced from the disk of matter that once surrounded our ...
Dun-jinns and Dragons
2007 12 09
There are certain characteristics common to all stories warranting occult investigation. The incident will have occurred on or around a specific date or 'window': a 'wrinkle in time' which a little research will prove to be curiously rich in symbolism. Similar discoveries will likely pertain to its spatial location too- often possessed of a far greater historical and mythic pedigree ...
Ancient flood brought Gulf Stream to a halt
2007 12 09
It was the biggest climate event of the last 10,000 years and caused the most dramatic change in the weather since humans began farming. And it may yet hold important lessons about climate change in the 21st century. Just over 8000 years ago, a huge glacial lake in Canada burst, and an estimated 100,000 cubic kilometres of fresh water rushed into ...
Toyota to introduce home robots by 2010 (Video)
2007 12 09
Toyota Robot Ambitions Video from: aol The Toyota robot manages to play the "Mickey Mouse Club" theme song on the trumpet Video from: Metacafe Overview of the Toyota Partner Robots - Video Clips Toyota Motor on Thursday unveiled a robot that can play the violin as part of its efforts to develop futuristic machines capable of assisting humans in Japan's greying society. The 1.5-metre-tall (five-foot), two-legged ...
Waking Life (Video)
2007 12 09
Waking Life is about a young man in a persistent lucid dream-like state. The film follows its protagonist as he initially observes and later participates in philosophical discussions that weave together issues like appearance and reality, free will, our relationships with others, and the meaning of life. Along the way the film touches on other topics including existentialism, situationist politics, ...
‘Climatic warfare’ has been excluded from the agenda on climate change
2007 12 09
Rarely acknowledged in the debate on global climate change, the world’s weather can now be modified as part of a new generation of sophisticated electromagnetic weapons. Both the US and Russia have developed capabilities to manipulate the climate for military use. Environmental modification techniques have been applied by the US military for more than half a century. US mathematician John ...
Another Shooter With A History Of Anti-depressant Use
2007 12 08
Killer is latest in long line of young men with history of psychiatric drugs treatment for depression and ADHD. Robert Hawkins, the 19 year old who killed himself and eight other people with an assault rifle last night in Omaha, Nebraska had a history of treatment with psychiatric drugs for depression and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and was on ...
Al-Qaeda urged to attack Knights of Malta in Cairo
2007 12 08
“You cannot exaggerate it. The Order of Malta is a hidden government or the most mysterious government in the world.” A message posted on Islamist websites close to al-Qaeda is urging jihadists to carry out a terrorist attack on the embassy of the Roman Catholic Order of Malta in the Egyptian capital, Cairo. “Do not stint on your attacks, Egyptians, ...
Centuries-Old Map ('A Keystone Map') Baffles Researchers
2007 12 08
The only surviving copy of the 500-year-old map that first used the name America goes on permanent display this month at the Library of Congress, but even as it prepares for its debut, the 1507 Waldseemuller map remains a puzzle for researchers. Why did the mapmaker name the territory America and then change his mind later? How was he able ...
New Fuel Cell Cleans Up Pollution And Produces Electricity
2007 12 08
This fuel cell prototype uses pollution from coal and metal mines to generate electricity. (Credit: Shaoan Cheng, Penn State University)Scientists in Pennsylvania are reporting development of a fuel cell that uses pollution from coal and metal mines to generate electricity, solving a serious environmental problem while providing a new source of energy. They describe successful tests of a laboratory-scale version ...
Remains of Prehistoric Reptile Species Found
2007 12 08
Scientists in Norway have unearthed the remains of a prehistoric sea reptile previously unidentified by researchers. University of Oslo researchers found new teeth, skull fragments, and vertebrae on the Svalbard islands, which have yielded dozens of sea reptile skeletons of the pliosaurus (pictured right). The new remains, however, appear to belong to a new species of prehistoric reptile. Or not. ...
Endgame 1.5 [Extra footage] - Part 1/3 (Video)
2007 12 06
If Endgame was the masters degree in understanding the long term goals of the global elite and their quest for world government and population reduction, then Endgame 1.5 is the advanced PhD course - it goes into extensive detail about the origins of the blueprint for global enslavement, what the near to mid-term goals of the Bilderberg Group are, and ...
Gunman at an Omaha Mall Kills 8 and Himself
2007 12 06
A gunman in camouflage and wielding a rifle opened fire on Wednesday in a department store at a mall here crowded with holiday shoppers, killing eight people and wounding five others, before turning the gun on himself. The gunman, identified by the authorities as Robert A. Hawkins, who was 19 or 20, of nearby Bellevue, was described by friends as ...
Bahá'í World Centre on Mount Carmel in Haifa, Israel
2007 12 06
Temples of a new world religion in Israel. Check this Interactive map of the Bahá'í World Centre Bahá'u'lláh (1817-1892) -- Founder of the Bahá'í Faith Born in 1817, Bahá'u'lláh was a member of one of the great patrician families (see below for definition) of Persia. The family could trace its lineage to the ruling dynasties of Persia's imperial past, and was endowed with ...
"Doomsday Seed Vault" in the Arctic
2007 12 05
Bill Gates, Rockefeller and the GMO giants know something we don’t One thing Microsoft founder Bill Gates can’t be accused of is sloth. He was already programming at 14, founded Microsoft at age 20 while still a student at Harvard. By 1995 he had been listed by Forbes as the world’s richest man from being the largest shareholder in his Microsoft, ...
Tombs of the Grand Masters of the Knights of Malta
2007 12 05
Founded in the 11th century as a lay religious order of hospital workers who observed vows of poverty, chastity and obedience in Jerusalem, the Knights of Malta (variously known as: Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem; the Soverign Military Hospitaller Order of St John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta; the Order of St John of Jerusalem and similar ...
US author to unveil Washington's Masonic past
2007 12 05
A sequel to the blockbuster thriller "The Da Vinci Code" is set to lift the veil on mysterious Freemason symbols carved into the very fabric of the historic streets and buildings of the US capital. Novelist Dan Brown has set the new adventures of his hero, scholar-adventurer Robert Langdon, right in the heart of Washington, which could reveal some astonishing ...
Ex-Italian President: Intel Agencies Know 9/11 An Inside Job
2007 12 05
Man who set up Operation Gladio tells Italy's largest newspaper attacks were run by CIA, Mossad. Former Italian President and the man who revealed the existence of Operation Gladio Francesco Cossiga has gone public on 9/11, telling Italy's most respected newspaper that the attacks were run by the CIA and Mossad and that this was common knowledge amongst global intelligence ...
Benjamin Fulford interviews David Rockefeller about illuminati, asian opposition (Video)
2007 12 05
On November 13, 2007 Fulford received a tip that David Rockefeller was on his turf, and without hesitation Fulford arranged to meet with him to ask some questions. It is not odd for a reporter who's career has been filled with Financial News jobs, to sit down with the former head of Chase Bank, Except when its Benjamin Fulford and ...
The Richard Dimbleby Lecture 2006 (Video)
2007 12 05
General Sir Mike Jackson gives the 31st Richard Dimbleby Lecture. The man who led Britain's soldiers through conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Speaking from the Regimental Headquarters of the London Scottish Regiment, General Jackson examines The "Defence of the Realm" in the 21st Century. Fredrik notes: An expose of "Power & Law without Ethics". And Sir Mike Jackson may be the one giving the orders, but the people "below?" him are the ones making sure that it actually happens. "If nobody showed up there wouldn't be a war"
Global Warming or Global Governance? (Video)
2007 12 05
If you were to ask ten people on the street if mankind was causing global warming, at least eight out of ten would say yes. After all, Al Gore’s Inconvenient Truth provides incontrovertible evidence that this is the case. Yet, contrary to what is heard in the media, there is overwhelming evidence that the warming we are experiencing is natural, ...
Senate Bill 1959 to Criminalize Thoughts, Blogs, Books and Free Speech Across America
2007 12 04
The end of Free Speech in America has arrived at our doorstep. It's a new law called the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act, and it is worded in a clever way that could allow the U.S. government to arrest and incarcerate any individual who speaks out against the Bush Administration, the war on Iraq, the Department of Homeland ...
US Democrats want rethink on Iran
2007 12 04
The Democrats in the United States have called for a rethink of policy on Iran. It comes after a major new intelligence assessment suggested the government in Tehran is not trying to develop nuclear weapons at present. The latest National Intelligence Estimate says it is now believed Iran stopped its weapons programme in 2003. The Democrat leader of the US ...
Tasers: the next generation
2007 12 04
Until now, the electric-shock gun consisted of two barbed darts attached to wires that shoot out and strike the victim, immobilizing the person with 50,000 volts of electricity, causing severe pain and intense muscle contraction. But the wires could only extend a few metres. With the new “extended range electronic projectile,” or XREP, the Taser has been turned into a ...
Mayan Calendar: The Evolution Continues Part 1 & 2 (Video)
2007 12 04
The Mayan Calendar - The Evolution Continues is a 3 hour talk presented by Ian Xel Lungold in February, 2005 at Sedona, Arizona. This is Ian Xel Lungold's last recorded presentation where he explores the questions "What Next Now that we understand the schedule of the Mayan Calendar" and "How to personally prepare for the changes and acceleration of consciousness." Part 1 ...
The Mystery Of The Man With The Tiny Brain
2007 12 04
You don't need a big brain, or a high IQ, to have a comfortable life and a good family. Witness the case of this French civil servant, written about by Dr. Lionel Fuillet in The Lancet. At age six months he was treated for hydrocephalus (water on the brain) with a shunt in his head to drain away the fluid. ...
Occult Of Personality - On the Spiritual Path with Christopher Moors (Audio)
2007 12 03
Christopher describes a personal relationship with the Divine, his beginnings as a musician, coming to an awareness of the “Harmony of the Spheres,” and learning to have no fear. He also speaks of the importance of cultivating the silence within and then coming to know the Truth of the Hidden Light and how that changes each of those it touches. ...
Deep concern over Three Gorges Dam
2007 12 02
There are fears that China's Three Gorges Dam is causing serious environmental problems, despite official claims to the contrary. Local farmers, environmental campaigners and even officials themselves have voiced concern about environmental damage. That damage includes landslides that have triggered 50 metre-high waves on the reservoir behind the dam, according to one local official. But despite these widespread accusations, the ...
Remains of ancient city discovered in east China
2007 12 02
Chinese archaeologists said Thursday they have discovered the remains of an ancient city in eastern Zhejiang Province, which could better prove the long history of Chinese civilization. The relic was found near Mojiao Mountain between Liangzhu and Pingyao townships in Yuhang District of the provincial capital Hangzhou, said Bao Xianlun, director of Zhejiang Provincial Cultural Heritage Bureau. Based on the remains, experts ...
Facebook Retreats on Online Tracking
2007 12 02
Faced with its second mass protest by members in its short life span, Facebook, the enormously popular social networking Web site, is reining in some aspects of a controversial new advertising program. Within the last 10 days, more than 50,000 Facebook members have signed a petition objecting to the new program, which sends messages to users’ friends about what they ...
For Whom The Bell Tolls: Part One
2007 12 02
I often wonder who won World War 2, especially when one considers the Nazi nightmare and how successfully the technocrats of that regime skillfully hid and readapted their viral technocratic skills to a variety of high level posts, as Kurt Waldheim (pictured above) did so admirably as Secretary General of The United Nations. When I was still a teenager, prompted ...
For Whom The Bell Tolls: Part Two
2007 12 02
One of the many counter intuitive legends concerning the collapse of the Third Reich was that the technocratic elite were over run by events and were essentially clueless as to the impending disintegration of the governmental frame work which funded and supported their experimental research and development in scalar physics. Nothing could be further from the truth, as there is ...
Texas Chemtrail Samples Compared To Samples From Venice Italy
2007 12 02
Phase II of Project FMM consisted of a second batch of unknown suspect fibers (Chemtrail samples from Texas) that were sent to Dr. Hildegarde Staninger and forwarded to the appropriate laboratory for analysis. The laboratory was asked to examine them, study them with ocular microscopy, take photomicrographs, and to determine some physical properties, and to run elemental analysis by Energy ...
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