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January 2008

Ancient Secret Societies, UFOs, and the New World Order
2008 01 30
Helvetius, the grandfather of the celebrated philosopher of the same name, was an alchemist who labored ceaselessly to fathom the mystery of the "philosopher's stone," the legendary catalyst that would transmute base metals into gold. One day in 1666 when he was working in his laboratory at the Hague, a stranger attired all in black, as befitted a respectable burgher ...
Scandinavian Airline Passengers Asked to Show the Finger
2008 01 30
Passengers on many SAS flights from Stockholm and Gothenburg will in future be asked to give their fingerprints when checking in bags. The new technology will be used on half of the Scandinavian airline's domestic flights in Sweden. The airline says using fingerprint sensors will improve security. Under the new system, passengers will be asked to run their index finger over a ...
China in lockdown as weather worsens
2008 01 30
China's worst winter in more than half a century showed no signs of abating Wednesday as forecasters told citizens to brace for three more days of snow and sleet. "The heavy snow and sleet has paralyzed transport and coal shipments, and led to travelers cramming railways stations and airports and power supply reductions in almost half of the 31 provinces ...
This Joke Is Not Funny Part II
2008 01 30
This is not the Joker. It is the German actor Conrad Veidt as he appeared in the 1928 film "The Man Who Laughs", playing the tragic figure of Gwynplaine. "The Man Who Laughs" is based on the 1869 novel "The Man Who Laughs/L'Homme qui Rit" by the great Victor Hugo. Hugo's best known works are "Les Misérables" and "Notre-Dame de ...
Shell set to stir petrol storm with record profits of £13.6bn
2008 01 30
Shell will be at the centre of a political storm this week when it posts profits of almost $27bn (£13.6bn), the highest earnings ever made by a British company. The record-breaking profits, on the back of soaring oil prices, seem likely to stir fresh allegations of profiteering. The price of petrol has been increasing sharply, rising from 71p a litre ...
Empire on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown II
2008 01 30
Crazy people see things. Most everyone who's not crazy knows that. You'll likely remember than when it's your turn to see something, and be circumspect about to whom you tell it. People have been seeing things in America since it was known by other names and hosted other nations. In the early 15th Century, in present-day New Mexico, Arizona and ...
Hexagonal Craters on Mercury
2008 01 30
In my recent essay The Craters are Electric, I enumerated many examples of craters on celestial bodies that cannot be explained within the traditional geologic toolkit. One strikingly anomalous crater-type is the hexagonal crater, a feature observed on many planets and moons throughout the solar system. Obviously, the impact hypothesis never envisioned hexagonal cratering patterns, nor have impact experiments ever ...
We Are Change UK: David Miliband featuring Tony Benn on the Treaty of Lisbon (Video)
2008 01 30
We Are Change UK confront David Miliband(Foreign Secretary), Ed Miliband(Minister for the Cabinet Office) and Hilary Benn(Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) on Labour's failure to honour their manifesto promise of a referendum on the European Constitution. Tony Benn is interviewed expressing his views about the European Reform Treaty(Treaty of Lisbon) Watch now: We Are Change UK: David ...
Shape-Shifting Robots in Action
2008 01 29
Researchers are working "to create swarms of microscopic robots capable of morphing into virtually any form by clinging together," reports New Scientist, in a fascinating article about real-life shape-shifting. A Carnegie Mellon team of researchers "is using simulations to develop control strategies for futuristic shape-shifting, or 'claytronic', robots, which they are testing on small groups of more primitive, pocket-sized machines." ...
Indigenous Native American Prophecy (Video)
2008 01 28
Excerpts from: The Fifth Gate History tells of cultures that grew and flourished, only to disappear or turn to dust. Some have left behind accounts of the catastrophes that destroyed them. The question is whether we will experience the same fate. Will the earth end up as a barren planet, razed to the ground by nuclear weapons, earthquakes, or floods? Has it ...
Now you can log on to the online lodge
2008 01 28
Ever wanted to visit a masonic lodge but been put off by the locked doors, rumours of secrecy and arcane trouser-rolling ritual? Well now it's easy. Just pop along to lodge 9659 - the UK's own masonic internet lodge at internet.lodge.org.uk. According to its founder, John Dutchman-Smith, it's a place where masons from other lodges come to meet, and, more ...
RFID Panopticon
2008 01 28
It’s sold in the Washington Post — the CIA’s favorite newspaper — as a wonderful world of convenience come true for consumers: “RFID-enabled refrigerators could warn about expired milk, generate weekly shopping lists, even send signals to your interactive TV, so that you see ‘personalized’ commercials for foods you have a history of buying. Sniffers in your microwave might read ...
The elite plan for our future: Tracker chips everywhere and in everything for total control
2008 01 28
Here’s a vision of the not-so-distant future: *Microchips with antennas will be embedded in virtually everything you buy, wear, drive and read, allowing retailers and law enforcement to track consumer items — and, by extension, consumers — wherever they go, from a distance. * A seamless, global network of electronic “sniffers” will scan radio tags in myriad public settings, identifying ...
Near-Earth Asteroid 2007 TU24 to Pass Close to Earth on Jan. 29
2008 01 27
Asteroid 2007 TU24, discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on October 11, 2007 will closely approach the Earth to within 1.4 lunar distances (334,000 miles) on 2008 Jan. 29 08:33 UT. This object, between 150 and 600 meters in diameter, will reach an approximate apparent magnitude 10.3 on Jan. 29-30 before quickly becoming fainter as it moves further from Earth. ...
Number of young people found hanged in 'suicide cult town' rises to 13
2008 01 27
The true scale of a suicide epidemic among young people in a small town was revealed yesterday. As well as the seven deaths linked to social networking websites, a coroner revealed that a further six had also died within a year. The astonishing rate of hangings in Bridgend, South Wales, has terrified parents in the area and one secondary school ...
Wireless contact lenses transmit computer images and data directly into the eyes
2008 01 27
An electronic contact lens has been developed that will enable maps and videos to be beamed before the wearer’s eyes. The bionic lens has microscopic circuits fixed to a flexible plastic. The scientists who created the device say the lenses could eventually provide computer-aided vision similar to that of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s robotic character in the Terminator films. Drivers and pilots ...
The Gold of Gran Paititi
2008 01 27
With the Spanish Conquest of the Inca Empire, many of its cities were destroyed or abandoned. Some of these would survive in name only; some, such as Macchu Picchu, were later rediscovered. None is more lost, and sought after, than Gran Paititi – for there it is, apparently, where the lost gold treasure of the Incas is. The Coricancha – ...
Protestant Head, Pope Unite to Close 100th Christian Unity Week
2008 01 26
Representatives of the two largest Christian bodies in the world will come together Friday evening in Rome to celebrate the centennial anniversary of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity and close the worldwide event. General secretary Rev. Dr. Samuel Kobia of the World Council of Churches – which represents some 560 million Protestant Christians – will meet with Pope ...
New Hampshire Primary - Sham Chain of Custody (Video)
2008 01 26
They decided NOT to put the ballots in the vault and the "Seal" does NOT seal the box. Smoke and mirrors in New Hampshire recount. Watch ...
Ayn Rand - TV Interview - Mike Wallace 1959 3 Parts (Video)
2008 01 26
In this engaging 1959 interview, her first on television, Ayn Rand capsulizes her philosophy for CBS's Mike Wallace. The discussion ranges from the nature of morality to the economic and historical distortions disseminated about the "robber barons." She also comments on her relationship with Frank O'Connor, provides some autobiographical information and gives her perspective on the future of America. Recommended: ...
The Ophiuchus Galaxy Cluster is a Giant Particle Accelerator
2008 01 26
ESA’s orbiting gamma-ray observatory, Integral, has made the first unambiguous discovery of highly energetic X-rays coming from a galaxy cluster. The find has shown the cluster to be a giant particle accelerator. The Ophiuchus galaxy cluster is one of brightest in the sky at X-ray wavelengths. The X-rays detected are too energetic to originate from quiescent hot gas inside the ...
Brown calls for worldwide reforms
2008 01 26
Prime Minister Gordon Brown has argued that world institutions need to be reformed if they are to work better in the global economy. Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Mr Brown said bodies like the World Bank were set up decades ago, and not designed for the problems of 2008. He added that more transparency was needed to ...
Berlusconi waits in the wings as Prodi loses fight
2008 01 26
The Italian Government has finally fallen after the Prime Minister, Romano Prodi, lost a confidence vote showing that the country's leaders know they face a deep political and economic crisis but are venomously divided over how to solve it. Emblematic of those divisions, during the debate on Thursday one senator rushed in fury to the desk of a colleague, Stefano ...
Forget crop circles - now we've got a mysterious SHEEP circle
2008 01 26
Ewe must be joking: Sheep form a perfect ring in Herefordshire in a bid to copy crop circle Thanks Ben Fairhall for the heads up on this. There were strange goings on at the farm today when a flock of sheep made their own version of a crop circle. About 100 of the woolly creatures formed an orderly ring - baffling the ...
Changing Channels: Tuning Into The Real World
2008 01 25
The path of transcendence and spiritual insight frequently compels the student to absorb large quantities of data in order to unearth and unite the golden strands of real wisdom. There’s a lot to assimilate and a limited amount of time to do it in. Ancient history, cosmology, the occult, shamanism, quantum physics, botany, divination, astronomy, religion, psychology and philosophy all ...
Highway 666
2008 01 25
So let's board that funeral train and see where it takes us. It's a highway that begins, in mundane terms, in Cleveland, Ohio; but whose real source lies far beyond the vanishing point of Columbine, in the dawn of pre-history. From Cleveland, however, we can map its latest divagation; for this Way, like all great roads, is alive and ever-changing. ...
Turin holy water theft blamed on Satanists
2008 01 25
Article picked up from: Through the Looking Glass (Go here for more related links) Satanists have struck at one of Turin's most famous churches, stealing a vial of holy water and a missal, or prayer book. The items were taken from behind the altar at the Chiesa della Gran Madre di Dio, or Church of the Great Mother of God, at ...
Virgin unveils spaceship designs
2008 01 25
Virgin Galactic has released the final design of the launch system that will take fare-paying passengers into space. It is based on the X-Prize-winning SpaceShipOne concept - a rocket ship that is lifted initially by a carrier plane before blasting skywards. The Virgin system is essentially a refinement, but has been increased in size to take eight people at a time ...
Italian PM Prodi Resigns, Berlusconi to be Elected Again?
2008 01 25
The Italian Prime Minister, Romano Prodi, has resigned after being defeated in a vote of confidence in the upper house of parliament, the Senate. Correspondents say the centre-right opposition alliance led by the former Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, is regarded as well-placed to win an early election. Mr Berlusconi announced a surprise party at his house in Rome. "We will ...
"Rumors of a Google Clone Army Exaggerated"
2008 01 25
"Apparently Google are getting people in Davos to spit in a bag so they can collect their DNA." That sounded interesting. Google could use the DNA and clone its own army of politicians, bankers and rock stars. It could hold a rival summer World Economic Forum full of doppelgangers. It could combine the DNA to create a super CEO. Not ...
Artificial life being created
2008 01 25
Experiments to create the first man-made organism have started in the wake of the successful creation of the genetic code of a living thing from laboratory chemicals. The first artificial genetic code - the software of life - and how to make it from scratch from four kinds of chemical is unveiled today by an American team, marking the completion ...
Peru locals lay claim to lost Inca city (Video)
2008 01 24
A team of Peruvians are claiming that they have found the legendary golden Incan city of Paititi. According to legend, the city was filled with temples, riches and gold. Ancient texts say the citadel lay east of the Andes somewhere in the rainforest between Brazil and Peru. A team of explorers uncovered the ruins in dense jungle near the town ...
Arab world shivers in unusual cold snap
2008 01 24
The lone de-icing machine at Jordan's busy international airport worked frantically on Tuesday to clear planes for take off when a freak snowstorm blanketed this small desert country in a cold snap that has the whole region shivering. Temperatures have plunged throughout the Middle East, dusting cities with unfamiliar snowfalls and sending residences scurrying for their blankets and jackets to ...
Study: Bush led U.S. to war on 'false pretenses' (WHAT? Really?)
2008 01 24
(Good Morning MSNBC! 5 Years Too Late!) A study by two nonprofit journalism organizations found that President Bush and top administration officials issued hundreds of false statements about the national security threat from Iraq in the two years following the 2001 terrorist attacks. The study concluded that the statements "were part of an orchestrated campaign that effectively galvanized public opinion ...
Survivorman - Off The Grid (Video)
2008 01 24
In this poignant and personal documentary Les Stroud and Sue Jamison, along with their two young children, share their experience leaving a world of electricity bills and water problems and going 'off the grid' as they move to their acreage in Northern Ontario - escaping the clutches of government controlled electricity and water.
Mystery Figure on Mars
2008 01 23
A few of the UK papers covered this mars rover picture today of what looks like a small statue, pasted the story from the Daily Mail below. Interesting but not conclusive for me barring a peek at the close- up NASA maybe has hidden away somewhere. What I found more curious was this 'V' cut rock located in the vicinity ...
Midnight On The Island Of Atum (Video)
2008 01 23
The architecture of many Manhattan (symbolically resonating the Island of Atum ) landmarks are synchromystically investigated as they interact with elements of the 911 Mega Ritual and its foundation laying precursor the 2K Ritual (New Years 2000). Watch Now: Midnight On ...
Cosmic Keys, Archaic Man, and The ShapeShifting Lizard Kings (Video)
2008 01 23
With the threat of martial law, the collective mind's desire for vindicating the story of Revelation, and a possible global catastrophe on the horizon corresponding with the 2012 Eschaton, We must level the chess board - and bring an equilibrium or balance to the vibration of this planet if we wish to avert some of these challenging obstacles in our ...
Richard Hoagland Interview on Dark Mission - Project Camelot - 3 Parts (Video)
2008 01 23
Dark Mission - an interview with Richard Hoagland - 3 Parts. Ed Comment: Check out the related Red Ice Creations radio shows below with Joseph P Farrell, David Wilcock and Ted Twietmeyer This interview, in three comprehensive parts, first chronicles Richard's personal journey; then detailed photographic analysis evidencing NASA's deception of the public for decades; and finally his personal ...
Scientists Find Active Volcano in Antarctica
2008 01 22
Here is another factor that might be contributing to the thinning of some of the Antarctica’s glaciers: volcanoes. In an article published Sunday on the Web site of the journal Nature Geoscience, Hugh F. J. Corr and David G. Vaughan of the British Antarctic Survey report the identification of a layer of volcanic ash and glass shards frozen within an ...
Dr. J. Craig Venter - A DNA-Driven World from The Richard Dimbleby Lecture 2007 (Video)
2008 01 22
Gene pioneer Dr. J. Craig Venter gives the 32nd Richard Dimbleby Lecture. One of the principal scientists who decoded the human genome is about to create the first artificial life form on Earth. So what does the future hold in A DNA-Driven World A DNA-Driven World? "As David Dimbleby, son of the late Richard Dimbleby, states in his introduction to the ...
Culture Fundamentally Alters the Brain
2008 01 22
It's no secret culture influences your food preferences and taste in music. But now scientists say it impacts the hard-wiring of your brain. New research shows that people from different cultures use their brains differently to solve basic perceptual tasks. Neuroscientists Trey Hedden and John Gabrieli of MIT's McGovern Institute for Brain Research asked Americans and East Asians to solve ...
Mobiles linked to disturbed sleep
2008 01 22
Using a mobile phone before going to bed could stop you getting a decent night's sleep, research suggests. The study, funded by mobile phone companies, suggests radiation from the handset can cause insomnia, headaches and confusion. It may also cut our amount of deep sleep - interfering with the body's ability to refresh itself. The study was carried out by ...
UN transformation proposed to create ‘New World Order’
2008 01 22
Gordon Brown has begun secret talks with other world leaders on far-reaching reform of the United Nations Security Council as part of a drive to create a “new world order” and “global society”. The Prime Minister is drawing up plans to expand the number of permanent members in a move that will provoke fears that the veto enjoyed by Britain ...
Global shares meltdown - Biggest market crash since 9/11
2008 01 22
The stock market meltdown continued today as a further 192.7 points were wiped off the value of Britain's 100 largest companies.The early-morning drop in share prices of three per cent was an early indication of another turbulent day to come in trading rooms around the world, with French and German markets also opening down.It came following further falls on Asian ...
New World Order Astrologers
2008 01 20
Louis De Wohl, Hitler & Churchill If you believe the publicity machine, Louis De Wohl was the wartime astrologer employed by the British government to inform them, what advice the astrologer Karl Ernst Krafft was giving the Third Reich, and how astrology helped De Wohl win the war for Britain. Karl Ernst KraftWe really have only his own written record on this, ...
Vlad Tepes (a.k.a. Dracula) - "The Whipping Boy"
2008 01 19
In the list of stars vaulted into fame during the seventies, he is an unlikely candidate. His lank black hair, unkempt eyebrows, overgrown mustache and stern dark green eyes hardly fit in with the feathered blonds dominating the silver screen. But along with the bouncy beauty of Farah Fawcet and dreamy teen-idol, David Cassidy, the seventies also propelled a forgotten 15th ...
Pyramid Cavities
2008 01 19
A new sandstorm is brewing on the outskirts of the Egyptian desert: newly released ground scans reveal that a team of Egyptian scientists has identified potential locations of tunnels and caves – on par with the controversial Hall of Records – in the immediate vicinity of the pyramids and the Sphinx. The pyramids of Gizeh are built on a limestone ...
Geneticists Discover a Way to Extend Lifespans to 800 Years
2008 01 19
There is now a way to extend the lifespan of organisms so that humans could conceivably live to be 800 years old. In an amazing development, scientists at the University of Southern California have announced that they've extended the lifespan of yeast bacteria tenfold -- and the recipe they used to do it might easily translate into humans. It involves ...
U.S. company claims it cloned humans
2008 01 19
A California company said on Thursday it used cloning technology to make five human embryos, with the eventual hope of making matched stem cells for patients. Stemagen Corp. in La Jolla, California, destroyed the embryos while testing to make sure they were true clones. But the researchers, based at a fertility centre, said they believed their ready source of new human ...
Fr Adolfo Nicolás elected Superior-General of the Jesuits
2008 01 19
In a dramatic echo of the Arrupe legacy, Fr Adolfo Nicolás -- the Spanish-born head of the Jesuit Conference of East Asia and Oceania -- has been elected the Society's 30th Superior-General and was rapidly confirmed in the post by Benedict XVI. Based until now in Tokyo, Nicolás immediately takes the reins of the church's largest community of professed men. ...
UK Underwater city could be revealed
2008 01 17
Britain's own underwater "Atlantis" could be revealed for the first time with hi-tech underwater cameras. Marine archaeologist Stuart Bacon and Professor David Sear, of the University of Southampton, will explore the lost city of Dunwich, off the Suffolk coast. Dunwich gradually disappeared into the sea because of coastal erosion. "It's about the application of new technology to investigate Britain's Atlantis, ...
Green light for hybrid research
2008 01 17
Regulators have given scientists the green light to create human-animal embryos for research. The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority granted permission after a consultation showed the public were "at ease" with the idea. Experts said it was vital for research into life-threatening diseases. Two centres, King's College London and Newcastle University, will now be able to begin their work under ...
Orange to remove mobile mast from 'tower of doom', where cancer rate has soared
2008 01 17
A mobile phone company is to remove a mast from a block of flats after seven residents were struck down by cancer. Three have died and another four have battled the disease since two masts were erected on the roof of the five-storey block which has become known locally as the Tower of Doom. The cancer rate on the top ...
MESSENGER Beams Home New Images of Mercury
2008 01 17
Scientists are sifting through their first new views of the planet Mercury in more than three decades thanks to images beamed home by NASA's MESSENGER probe. The car-sized spacecraft zipped past Mercury in a Monday flyby and is relaying more than 1,200 new images and other data back to eager scientists on Earth. "Now it's time for the scientific payoff," ...
Scientific Proof that Your Childhood Traumas are a MAJOR Factor in Your All Your Illnesses
2008 01 17
The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study is an ongoing research project which is perhaps the largest scientific research study of its kind. Its purpose it to analyze the relationship between multiple categories of childhood trauma and health and behavioral outcomes later in life. ACE is examining the effects of: Recurrent physical abuse, Recurrent emotional abuse, Contact sexual abuse, An alcohol ...
Empire on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
2008 01 16
I've been thinking a lot this week about last week's leaked internal memo from Associated Press. Frank Baker, AP's LA assistant bureau chief, issued the directive that "Now and for the foreseeable future, virtually everything involving Britney is a big deal." I've been thinking how right and how proper this is. What should US cable news be doing, other than ...
Dozens in Texas town report seeing UFO
2008 01 16
In this farming community where nightfall usually brings clear, starry skies, residents are abuzz over reported sightings of what many believe is a UFO. Several dozen people — including a pilot, county constable and business owners — insist they have seen a large silent object with bright lights flying low and fast. Some reported seeing fighter jets chasing it. "People ...
Did a Tsunami Wipe Out a Cradle of Western Civilization?
2008 01 16
The effects of the Indian Ocean tsunami of December 2004 are only too well known: It knocked the hell out of Aceh Province on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, leveling buildings, scattering palm trees, and wiping out entire villages. It killed more than 160,000 people in Aceh alone and displaced millions more. Similar scenes of destruction were repeated along the ...
Military Industrial Complex Biometric Surveillance Control Grid Revealing Itself
2008 01 16
A vast intelligence program is to establish a global biometric database known as "Server in the Sky" that will collate and provide an " International Information Consortium" with access to the biometric measurements and personal information of citizens of the US, UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand in the name of fighting the "war on terror". As reported by the ...
CIA attempted to recruit young Olof Palme (Victim of 'Pegasus': CIA's Assassination Project?)
2008 01 15
Former CIA deep cover agent Gene "Chip" Tatum: "Our mission in ´Pegasus´ was to align foreign leaders, foreign financiers, and foreign countries with the policies of the United States using first diplomacy. If diplomacy did not work, then it was turned over to the Pegasus unit to work in one of the three arenas that we were professionals at working: ...
Medieval Mosque Shows Amazing Math Discovery
2008 01 15
The mosques of the medieval Islamic world are artistic wonders and perhaps mathematical wonders as well. A study of patterns in 12th- to 17th-century mosaics suggests that Muslim scholars made a geometric breakthrough 500 years before mathematicians in the West. Peter J. Lu, a physics graduate student at Harvard University, noticed a striking similarity between certain medieval mosque mosaics and ...
Hoodoo City
2008 01 15
We're seeing some bad hoodoo on the rise. The intrepid Todd Campbell, author of Through The Looking Glass, has collated some of the 'best' of these at his blog: click here. And all this comes barely a month since the climax of a riff-like sequence of American and European shootings in which the magic ran so deep you could practically ...
Solar Ark: World’s Most Stunning Solar Building
2008 01 15
Sanyo has built an ark for the solar century – an impressive 630 kW solar-collecting building that boasts over 5,000 solar panels and kicks off over 500,000 kWh of energy per year. Even more outstanding is the fact that most of the monocrystalline modules used on the Solar Ark were factory rejects headed to the scrap pile. Located next to ...
Huge gas cloud will hit Milky Way
2008 01 15
A giant cloud of hydrogen gas is racing towards a collision with the Milky Way, astronomers have announced. Dubbed "Smith's Cloud", it may set off spectacular fireworks when it smacks into our galaxy in 20-40 million years. It contains enough hydrogen to produce a million stars like our Sun, researchers believe. When it does fully interact with our galaxy, the ...
Recreational Drugs FAR Less Likely to Kill You than Prescribed Drugs!
2008 01 15
Recreational drugs, including cocaine and heroin, are responsible for an estimated 10,000-20,000 American deaths per year [1,2]. While this represents a serious public health problem, it is a "smokescreen" for America's real drug problem. America's "war on drugs" is directed at the wrong enemy. It is obvious that interdiction, stiff mandatory sentences, and more vigorous enforcement of drug laws have ...
Traces of Cancer Drugs and Sedatives Detected in Britain's Tap Water
2008 01 14
Britain's tap water should be monitored for powerful medicines after traces of cancer and psychiatric drugs were detected in samples, a report has warned. The 100-page statement, commissioned by the drinking water watchdog, the Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI), reveals that pharmaceuticals are finding their way into the water supply despite extensive purification treatments used by water companies. Trace levels of ...
Blair kicks off campaign to become EU President
2008 01 14
Apparently, since he has converted to Catholicism, Blair can now become the new leader over the entire European empire with the blessings of the papacy. Tony Blair launched his campaign to become the first fully-fledged President of the European Union yesterday by describing the notion of left- and right-wing politics as redundant. With France preparing to oversee the appointment process, ...
Orange Gate 2008
2008 01 14
Simply put, 2007 is the year of solar minimum. That is to say that, the Sun is in its least active state in the current 11-year sunspot cycle in 2007. In other words, the year 2007 signifies the trough of the 'Valley of the Sun', i.e. Phoenix! This is a 'Resurrection Moment' - the Sun dies, and is reborn. A ...
Changes in the Sun’s Surface to Bring Next Climate Change
2008 01 13
Today, the Space and Science Research Center, (SSRC) in Orlando, Florida announces that it has confirmed the recent web announcement of NASA solar physicists that there are substantial changes occurring in the sun’s surface. The SSRC has further researched these changes and has concluded they will bring about the next climate change to one of a long lasting cold era. ...
Official Version of Naval Incident Starts to Unravel
2008 01 13
Despite the official and media portrayal of the incident in the Strait of Hormuz early Monday morning as a serious threat to U.S. ships from Iranian speedboats that nearly resulted in a "battle at sea", new information over the past three days suggests that the incident did not involve such a threat and that no U.S. commander was on the ...
New Understanding For Superconductivity At High Temperatures
2008 01 13
Visions of the future - Superconductivity & Invisibility An international research team has discovered that a magnetic field can interact with the electrons in a superconductor in ways never before observed. Andrea D. Bianchi, the lead researcher from the Université de Montréal, explains in the January 11 edition of the journal Science what he discovered in an exceptional compound of metals ...
Earth's Warming Climate Can Support Glacial Ice
2008 01 12
New research indicates glacial ice existed on earth during intense period of global warming. New research challenges the generally accepted belief that substantial ice sheets could not have existed on Earth during past super-warm climate events. The study by researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego provides strong evidence that a glacial ice cap, about half the ...
Peru: Archaeological Fortress Discovered in the town of Kimbiri, Cusco
2008 01 12
A new archaeological fortress, known as Manco Pata, was discovered in the town of Kimbiri (Cusco), located in the Apurímac-Ene River Valley (VRAE), announced the mayor of the town, Guillermo Torres. In his statements, he pointed out that the fortress was located in the rural community “Unión Vista Alegre”, of the village of Lobo Tahuantinsuyo, and covers an area of ...
EU gives green light for cloned food to go on sale in UK shops
2008 01 12
In shops near you soon?: This calf of a cloned cow from the U.S was born on a Shropshire farm EU scientists say meat and milk from cloned farm animals should be cleared for sale. They admit cloned animals suffer higher rates of early death and disease but say there is no food safety reason to keep their products off shop ...
Army Clears Officer Court-martialed for Abu Ghraib
2008 01 11
The only U.S. Army officer to face a court-martial over the scandal at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison has been cleared of any criminal wrongdoing in the case, the Army said Thursday. A court-martial convicted Lt. Col. Steven Jordan in August of disobeying an order not to discuss the investigation of abuse at the jail and issued him a criminal reprimand ...
The Legal Definition of a "Dollar"
2008 01 11
The following letter was sent to me on Dec. 28, 2007. It contained information supplied by the office of Nevada U.S. Senator John Ensign sent to the head of the Independent American Party in Nevada, Christopher Hansen. Hansen persisted in persuading Senator Ensign's office to petition the Congressional Research Service to provide a precise, legal definition of the word "dollar." ...
Study "Disproving" Mercury-Autism Link Published in Journal with Financial Ties to Vaccine Manufacturers
2008 01 11
While the mainstream press is widely reporting a new study "disproving" any link between autism and mercury-containing thimerosal in vaccines, no one has bothered to point out that the study was published in a medical journal stacked full of ads from the very same drug companies that manufacture and market vaccines. The Journal, the Archives of General Psychiatry, is the ...
British House of Commons motion to disestablish church is numbered 666
2008 01 11
A motion calling for the disestablishment of the Church of England has been listed in the House of Commons as 666 - the Number of the Beast. Labour MP John Austin, who has repeatedly tabled Early Day Motions urging disestablishment, put down his latest motion last night as MPs debated scrapping Britain’s blasphemy laws. It appeared on the House of Commons order ...
1979 PIA "New York 16 h 30" WTC Twin Towers plane crashing press ad
2008 01 11
I don't really know what to say about this PIA press ad from a bygone era... Except, remember when you could do bold graphic image solutions in advertising without offending anyone? Yeah, neither can I. Here's a dramatic black and white press ad for PIA - Pakistani Airlines - advertising that they fly to New York. Honestly, why hasn't this ...
Secrets and signs
2008 01 10
Patches for classified missions can sometimes provide otherwise-unavailable insights into the nature of those missions. One of the biggest movies currently in theaters is National Treasure: Book of Secrets. Like its predecessor, the movie is a lot of silliness and ’splosions, a nonstop chase as the hero travels around the world to decipher clues leading to a city of gold underneath ...
Ancient Civilization Discovered at the Bottom of Lake Issyk Kul in the Kyrgyz Mountains
2008 01 10
An international archeological expedition to Lake Issyk Kul, high in the Kyrgyz mountains, proves the existence of an advanced civilization 25 centuries ago, equal in development to the Hellenic civilizations of the northern coast of the Pontus Euxinus (Black Sea) and the Mediterranean coast of Egypt. The expedition resulted in sensational finds, including the discovery of major settlements, presently buried ...
Under 7s 'should be banned from playing computer games or risk damaging their brains'
2008 01 10
Children should be banned from playing computer games until the age of seven because the technology is "rewiring" their brains, it is claimed. Bombardment of the senses with fast-pace action games is said to be causing a shortening of attention span, harming the ability to learn. The concerns emerged as technology industry experts gathered at a special summit discussing the ...
Iran says US navy video is 'clumsy fake
2008 01 09
Iran on Wednesday accused the United States of "clumsily" fabricating footage claiming to show Iranian speedboats harassing US ships, as tensions rose amid President George W. Bush's visit to the region. "The pictures that the Pentagon broadcast of the naval incident are file pictures and the voices have all been fabricated," the Fars news agency quoted a senior commander in ...
US releases Iran stand-off video
2008 01 09
The US military has released video and audio recordings of Iranian boats that it says threatened to blow up US Navy vessels in the Strait of Hormuz. The jerky footage, shot from one of the three US ships, shows several small boats approaching at high speed. US President George W Bush described the stand-off as "provocative", adding that it was ...
Gardasil and Free Choice: Holy Grail or Population Control?
2008 01 09
“I want to be one less.” You’ve probably seen the commercial with many young, hip, smiling female faces making paid declarations of interest in big pharma’s newest vaccine brainchild, Gardasil. Developed by Merck & Company, Inc., (Whitehouse Station, New Jersey), Gardasil is the promise of a new horizon in preventative female reproductive cancer medicine. It is actively being served to ...
Scientists Use Sunlight to Make Fuel From CO2
2008 01 09
Sandia researcher Rich Diver checks out the solar furnace which will be the initial source of concentrated solar heat for converting carbon dioxide to fuel. Eventually parabolic dishes will provide the thermal energy. Photo: Randy Montoya / Sandia National Laboratories Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories in New Mexico have found a way of using sunlight to recycle carbon dioxide and ...
Leave the Minstrels in the Gallery
2008 01 09
There is more to life than what we are being told on more levels than just one. Much has been hidden from us about the nature of ourselves, nature herself, and the illusionary construct that is know as the world. Many live their lives through the filter of their beliefs, beliefs that have no foundation in reality or in the ...
Vote Fraud Expert Warns Of New Hampshire Chicanery
2008 01 09
Vote fraud expert Bev Harris has warned that New Hampshire's electronic voting machines are wide open to fraud and that even modestly skilled computer programmers were able to identify key vulnerabilities within ten minutes of assessing them as key Democrat and Republican primaries unfold today. The contract for programming all of New Hampshire's Diebold voting machines, which combined will count ...
The Montauk Project, Osiris, and The Rendezvous with Rama (Video)
2008 01 09
Join me on a Cosmic journey through the green fertile fields of Osiris - As our Montauk project resonators, Jim Carrey and Arnold Schwarzenegger take us to Mars, via a back engineered alien technology. The symbolism behind the K2 or 11:11 phenomenon is further explored, and a remarkable connection is made to Arthur C. Clark's "Rama" ship and the 9/11 ...
850 Nuke Smuggling Attempts in Russia - Sleeping Guards in the US (Video)
2008 01 07
The Russian Federal Customs Service tells ABC News that "authorities thwarted more than 850 attempts to smuggle highly radioactive materials in and out of Russia in 2007. Eighty-five percent of these smuggling attempts were going into the country, and 15 percent were going out. But that's in the oh-so-far-off former Soviet Union. Here in the U. S. of A., ...
Pope Tells Jesuit Astronomers to Pack Up The Vatican Observatory
2008 01 07
Picked up from: Aftermath News The Pope has given the Vatican's Jesuit astronomers their marching orders, banishing them and their infernal instruments from his summer palace and billeting them in a disused convent instead. The astronomers' eviction from the Castel Gandolfo has been put down to Benedict XVI's need for more space to receive visiting diplomats, according to The Independent. According to ...
Author claims Tom Cruise’s child conceived using sperm from the dead scientology founder
2008 01 07
Tom Cruise is the second-in-command of the Church of Scientology and his daughter, Suri, was conceived using sperm from the dead scientology founder, a new book says. Biographer Andrew Morton also claims Cruise’s former wife, Nicole Kidman, fears the release of tapes made with Scientologists revealing intimate sexual details. Cruise has strongly denied the claims and has already instructed lawyers ...
Parting shot: When history was rewritten at gunpoint
2008 01 07
One tiny bullet is all it takes to alter the course of history. Indeed, a quick glance at major political events shows many of them have been influenced by a man with a mission and a gun. World War I is perhaps the biggest and best example. Though there were many political and social factors, the immediate catalyst for the ...
Scientists create machine that knows what you are thinking
2008 01 05
Scientists have developed a machine which is capable of reading our mind and revealing our most private thoughts. American researchers from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, found that, with the aid of a sophisticated scanner and computer programme, they were able to determine how the brain lights up when thinking about different subjects. Using an advanced form of MRI scanner, ...
The Hopi Blue Star: Comets, Supernovae, and the Coming Catastrophe
2008 01 05
Throughout history comets have been the harbingers of doom, civil wars, assassinations, and political unrest. The first century Roman historian and naturalist Pliny the Elder described these celestial phenomena by using the term Crinitae "... as if shaggy with bloody locks, and surrounded by bristles like hair." They frequently bring "disaster," dis- meaning "apart" or "asunder" and aster meaning "star." Read ...
FBI Prepares Vast Database Of Biometrics
2008 01 05
The FBI is embarking on a $1 billion effort to build the world's largest computer database of peoples' physical characteristics, a project that would give the government unprecedented abilities to identify individuals in the United States and abroad. Digital images of faces, fingerprints and palm patterns are already flowing into FBI systems in a climate-controlled, secure basement here. Next month, ...
New Sunspot Cycle Begins
2008 01 05
A new solar cycle is under way. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Friday that the first sunspot of a new 11-year cycle has appeared in the sun's northern hemisphere. The frequency of sunspots rises and falls during these cycles, and the start of a new cycle indicates they are likely to begin increasing. Sunspots, areas of intense magnetic ...
Can Spiderman help UN beat evil?
2008 01 05
When critics attack the United Nations, they often accuse the world body of being a web of bureaucracy. Now officials there are hoping to turn that image around by using the web of Spiderman. The UN recently announced a union with the comic book company, Marvel. Together, they aim to print a special comic that will see the superhero fight ...
Alert over the march of the 'grey goo' in nanotechnology Frankenfoods
2008 01 03
A breed of Frankenfood is being introduced into human diet and cosmetics with potentially disastrous consequences, experts said last night. Academics, consumer groups and Government officials are warning that the arrival of nanotechnology threatens dangerous changes to the body and the environment. The particles it uses are so small - 80,000 times thinner than a human hair - that they ...
Aztec pyramid found in Mexico City could rewrite history
2008 01 03
Archaeologists have discovered the ruins of an 800-year-old Aztec pyramid in the heart of Mexico City that could show the ancient city is at least a century older than previously thought. Mexican archaeologists found the ruins, which are about 11 meters high, in the central Tlatelolco area, once a major religious and political centre for the Aztec elite. Since the ...
Antarctica May Contain "Oasis of Life"
2008 01 02
Antarctica is not a barren polar desert but a rich, complex environment that may contain a thriving "oasis of life," experts say. Researchers have uncovered a complex subglacial system miles under the ice where rivers larger than the Amazon link a series of "lake districts," which may teem with mineral-hungry microbes. This watery environment may be more than one-and-a-half times ...
Jesuits plan for life post-Kolvenbach
2008 01 02
There’s a story in the 1892 Jesuit review Woodstock Letters where an older Jesuit tells a younger man who is about to start teaching that the order’s schools nationwide the previous year were weak because they had to hire laymen. Now that the faculty are all Jesuits, he says, the secular schools will be coming to the order for advice. Read ...
Times Square New Year's Eve Ball for 2008
2008 01 02
Each year, millions of eyes from all over the world are focused on the sparkling Waterford Crystal Times Square New Year's Eve Ball. At 11:59 p.m., the Ball begins its descent as millions of voices unite to count down the final seconds of the year, and celebrate the beginning of a new year full of hopes, challenges, changes and dreams. Read ...
Drugs 'legal in 10 years' claim
2008 01 02
The legalisation of all drugs is "inevitable", according to the Chief Constable of North Wales. Richard Brunstrom, who has campaigned for drugs like heroin to be made legal, says he believes the move towards decriminalisation is "10 years away." The chief constable said repealing the Misuse of Drugs Act would destroy a major source of organised crime. He also said ...
The Butterfly Net
2008 01 02
So the Babylonian fire ritual called 'Christmas' is over, with only the Gregorian postscript left to run. War may not be; but at least I caught a couple of movies on Boxing Day. In the seventeenth century men gazed into crystals to catch glimpses of the future; now we stare at flickering screens. This year, the shewstone was appropriated by ...
World’s Biggest Building Coming to Moscow: Crystal Island
2008 01 02
Moscow’s rapidly growing skyline will soon feature an eye-popping new addition: Crystal Island, which will be the world’s biggest building when completed. Sir Norman Foster’s mountainous 27 million square feet spiraling “city within a building” will cost $4 billion and it is scheduled to be built within next 5 years. The Crystal Island will be Lord Foster’s second large scale ...
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