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May 2008

Gold cup from 2,500 years ago found under bed
2008 05 31
A 2,500-year-old gold cup that has spent the past 60 years in a box under its owner’s bed is expected to fetch up to £100,000 after being rediscovered during a house move. The cup was given to John Webber by his grandfather, a rag-and-bone man, who acquired it in the 1930s. Because his grandfather, William Sparks, dealt in brass and ...
Star watch - Archaeologists discover a “cosmic clock”
2008 05 31
The latest find is, say archaeologists, one of the most exciting. They are calling it a cosmic clock, a description guaranteed to get the imagination of any sci-fi fans racing. But there are no flashing lights and strange dials. The reality, a piece of stone 44 centimetres high and 34 wide, would certainly disappoint them, but the experts are hailing ...
Lindbergh sought god-like transhuman immortality with Rockefeller eugenicist
2008 05 31
Flying had a strange effect on the great aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh, leading him to team up with a French surgeon and embark on a quest for ever-lasting life… for a chosen few. What do you know about Charles Lindbergh? You probably know he was an American aviator. He achieved overnight world stardom when he became the first person to ...
A scene from the game Fallout 3 sparks Al-Qaedanoia
2008 05 31
This image appeared in the Dailymail today click here for a link to the story. In this story (and i use the term story in its fullest sense), the writer Mr. Barry Wigmore claims this picture appeared on an Al-Qaeda website (that much maybe true, i tend not to visit terrorist websites, thinking about it, who would?), he then moves ...
GM food: Monster or saviour?
2008 05 31
I have to confess, until now the whole debate about genetically-modified (GM) food has pretty much passed me by. Most of my career has been spent as a foreign correspondent. But last summer I returned to the UK to start a new job with the BBC. I now glory in the title Rural Affairs Correspondent. A big part of my ...
The BAE Bribes Funded Covert Ops
2008 05 30
Man, this is one big paragraph. Makes you want to, um, breathe. But here's the key point of the paragraph--the description of how BAE bribes to Bandar bin Sultan and others were laundered through some offshore accounts and then used to fund covert ops. Remember, that the real story behind the BAE "Al Yamamah" scandal is that, under the arms-for-oil ...
Big Brother Is Watching as He's Never Watched Before
2008 05 30
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently installed millimeter-wave scanners at checkpoints in Los Angeles International Airport and New York's JFK. It already uses the technology at Sky Harbor in Phoenix, and it’s threatening to add more machines not only in these terminals but in others, too. Millimeter waves bombard passengers with beams that penetrate clothing to show the body ...
Disneyland by the Tigris
2008 05 30
In an ‘agreement’ with the ‘Mayor’ of Baghdad, the fifty acre Zawra Park is to be developed into a trashy Disneyland by the Tigris, complete with malls, hotels, housing, amusements, entertainment and a museum. Iraq’s National Museum with its millennias of treasures and the National Library’s irreplaceable ancient volumes and manuscripts were looted and destroyed under US watch in 2003. ...
Isolated tribe spotted in Brazil
2008 05 30
One of South America's few remaining uncontacted indigenous tribes has been spotted and photographed on the border between Brazil and Peru. The Brazilian government says it took the images to prove the tribe exists and help protect its land. The pictures, taken from an aeroplane, show red-painted tribe members brandishing bows and arrows. More than half the world's 100 uncontacted ...
Orwellian Ubiquitous Computing May Build Ultimate Surveillance Society (Video)
2008 05 29
Picked up from: rinf.com "...just by walking down the street you could be subject to a personal biometric system, you could be scanned by the gateway of the transit system, there could be something embedded in the street or in the flooring beneath you... you could be touching other tangible interfaces in the environment around you... the lamp posts and the ...
Monkey's brain controls robot arm
2008 05 29
Monkeys have been able to control robotic limbs using only their thoughts, scientists report. The animals were able to feed themselves using prosthetic arms, which were controlled by brain activity. Small probes, the width of a human hair, were inserted into the monkeys' primary motor cortex - the region of the brain that controls movement. Writing in Nature journal, the ...
Widespread child sex abuse by UN peace troops and aid staff, says charity
2008 05 28
An international watchdog must be set up urgently to investigate widespread cases of child sex abuse by aid workers and peacekeepers, a British charity said today. Save the Children demanded action after its research found that starving and desperate youngsters as young as six were being coerced to sell sex for food, money, soap and even mobile phones in war ...
How the American Medical Association Got Rich
2008 05 28
History reveals that the AMA was dictatorially led for the first half of the twentieth century by George H. Simmons, MD (1852-1937) and his protégé, Morris Fishbein, MD (1889-1976). Simmons and Fishbein both served as general manager of the organization and as editor of its journal, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). While these two leaders provided substantial ...
The Money Myth Exploded
2008 05 28
“The Money Myth Exploded” was one of the first articles of Louis Even, and remains one of the most popular to explain how money is created as a debt by private banks. 1. Shipwreck survivors. An explosion had blown their ship apart. Each one grasped the first bit of wreckage that came to hand. And when it was over, there ...
MPs back personal carbon credits
2008 05 28
The government should go ahead with a system of personal "carbon credits" to meet emissions targets, MPs have said. The Environmental Audit Committee said the scheme would be more effective than taxes for cutting carbon emissions. Under the scheme people would be given an annual carbon limit for fuel and energy use - which they could exceed by buying credits from those ...
Mind Control by Cell Phone
2008 05 27
Electromagnetic signals from cell phones can change your brainwaves and behavior. But don't break out the aluminum foil head shield just yet. Hospitals and airplanes ban the use of cell phones, because their electromagnetic transmissions can interfere with sensitive electrical devices. Could the brain also fall into that category? Of course, all our thoughts, sensations and actions arise from bioelectricity generated ...
Demystifying Illuminist Power Structures
2008 05 27
The illusory world in which we find ourselves has both gross and subtle aspects. Gross in terms of the five sense perceived reality and subtle as in that which lies beyond the direct comprehension of the senses. The path of transcendent knowledge, unique to each individual, guides us through both levels to a higher frequency of consciousness and a fuller ...
Moles Wanted
2008 05 27
In preparation for the Republican National Convention, the FBI is soliciting informants to keep tabs on local protest groups. Paul Carroll was riding his bike when his cell phone vibrated. Once he arrived home from the Hennepin County Courthouse, where he’d been served a gross misdemeanor for spray-painting the interior of a campus elevator, the lanky, wavy-haired University of Minnesota sophomore ...
Unmarked chopper patrols NY city from high above
2008 05 27
On a cloudless spring day, the NYPD helicopter soars over the city, its sights set on the Statue of Liberty. A dramatic close-up of Lady Liberty's frozen gaze fills one of three flat-screen computer monitors mounted on a console. Hundreds of sightseers below are oblivious to the fact that a helicopter is peering down on them from a mile and ...
Fingerprint Registry in Housing Bill!!!
2008 05 27
The measure the committee passed states that “an indvidual may not engage in the business of a loan originator without first … obtaining a unique identifier.” To obtain this “identifier,” an individual is requiredto “furnish” to the newly created Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry “information concerning the applicant’s identity, including fingerprints for submission” to the FBI and other government ...
New rules for consumer protection
2008 05 27
A new law aimed at protecting consumers against rogue traders has come into force in the UK. For the first time in UK law there will be a duty on all businesses not to trade unfairly. The law aims to tackle everything from aggressive sales tactics by rogue builders to bogus closing-down sales. Fortune-tellers, astrologers and mediums are among those ...
Don't Buy Petrol From ESSO and BP!
2008 05 27
Ed Comment: Upset about the rising petrol prices? Below is an idea that can yield result, keep on reading. Next, let's target Shell! Received from: Paul Andrews See what you think and pass it on if you agree with it We are hitting 123.9 a litre in some areas now, soon we will be faced with paying 2.00 a ltr. Philip Hollsworth ...
Phoenix Lander Images Already Censored By NASA?
2008 05 26
At 9:52PM on May 25th, 2008 there was a live NASA broadcast from NASA-JPL. A woman named Gay Yee Hill was the moderator for the NASA broadcast. What follows is what transpired on the NASA channel, about 90 minutes after the spacecraft landed. Statements shown in quotations are exact quotes of statements made. One of the JPL engineers declared and ...
Ancient City of Babylon Destroyed by US Occupation Base
2008 05 26
The last outsiders to visit the ruins of the once-mighty city of Babylon in Iraq came in tanks and helicopters, leaving a blight on its historic and fragile landscape, archaeologists say. The city, born on the banks of the Euphrates River 5,000 years ago and full of priceless archaeological treasures, was transformed into a U.S. military camp after the 2003 ...
Eye Symbolism in Subway Station beneath former WTC Buildings
2008 05 26
This is in the subway stop formerly named "World Trade Center." It still connects directly to the site, but the part of the station closer has been re-built. A viewing platform has been set up in the closer area to view the "Big Lie Hole. It appears that the mosaic below was not destroyed or damaged and it dates from ...
Phoenix makes picture-perfect Mars landing
2008 05 26
NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander survived a risky plunge through the Red Planet's atmosphere and touched down in Mars' northern polar region on Sunday, sending back pictures of a bleak-looking, oddly patterned plain. Over the next 90 days, the probe is due to dig into the permafrost to look for evidence of the building blocks of life. Cheers swept through Mission ...
South America nations found union
2008 05 26
The leaders of 12 South American nations have formed a regional body aimed at boosting economic and political integration in the region. At a summit in Brazil, they signed a treaty which created the Union of South American Nations (Unasur). Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said the move showed that South America was becoming a "global player". But ...
Spin (Video)
2008 05 25
Using the 1992 presidential election as his springboard, documentary filmmaker Brian Springer captures the behind-the-scenes maneuverings of politicians and newscasters in the early 1990s. Pat Robertson banters about "homos," Al Gore learns how to avoid abortion questions, George Bush talks to Larry King about halcyon -- all presuming they're off camera. Composed of 100% unauthorized satellite footage, Spin is a ...
Monsanto vs Schmeiser
2008 05 25
"Percy Schmeiser was mad as hell, and decided he wasn't going to take it. Schmeiser has been growing canola -- the yellow-blossomed oilseed that used to be known as rapeseed -- for 40 years, and he knows his stuff. He's been experimenting, developing his own varieties, using his own seed and generally prospering with canola, reaping the benefits derived from ...
No kidding! Climate change spreads to Jupiter, Mars
2008 05 25
Does Al Gore know about this? While the former vice president is leading the charge for drastically changing the way humans do business in a bid to avert catastrophic, man-made global warming, scientists reported today there is noticeable climate change taking place on Jupiter, too. The news follows reports as far back as three years ago that ice caps on ...
Working classes are less intelligent, says evolution expert
2008 05 24
Working-class students have lower IQs than those from wealthier backgrounds and should not be expected to win places at top universities, an academic has claimed. Bruce Charlton, an evolutionary psychiatrist at Newcastle University, has written a paper asserting the reason why fewer students from poor families are admitted to Oxford or Cambridge is not because of social prejudice, but lack ...
Chemicals From Teflon Found in Human Breast Milk
2008 05 24
Chemicals used to make nonstick (teflon) cookware and stain-resistant (scotchgard) fabrics are spreading around the world and turning up in surprising places, everywhere from wildlife and drinking water supplies to human blood. Now, a team of researchers including Kathleen Arcaro of the University of Massachusetts Amherst has found these suspected carcinogens in samples of human milk from nursing mothers in ...
Volcano in 1600 caused global disruption
2008 05 24
The effects of a massive volcanic eruption in Peru more than 400 years ago might have significantly impacted societies and agriculture world-wide, according to a new study of historic records. Huaynaputina erupted in southern Peru on Feb. 19, 1600, driving volcanic mudflows that destroyed villages for many miles around and spewing a huge column of smoke and ash into the ...
Teenager faces prosecution for calling Scientology 'cult'
2008 05 24
A teenager is facing prosecution for using the word "cult" to describe the Church of Scientology. The unnamed 15-year-old was served the summons by City of London police when he took part in a peaceful demonstration opposite the London headquarters of the controversial religion. Officers confiscated a placard with the word "cult" on it from the youth, who is under ...
Bilderberg Confirmed: Westfields Marriott In Chantilly June 5-8
2008 05 24
Veteran Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker has confirmed via three separate sources that the Bilderberg Group will meet this year in Chantilly Virginia at the Westfields Marriott hotel from June 5-8. Tucker told The Alex Jones Show that the earlier story claiming Bilderberg had already met in Athens Greece was a possible ruse to misdirect attention from the real scene of ...
Army Demos Video Game-Controlled Robot
2008 05 24
Making robots that are intuitive and easy to use is one of the many challenges of unmanned systems. It turns out iRobot's small unmanned ground vehicle (SUGV), one of the robots going into the Army's Future Combat System, can be controlled with a pair of specially equipped eye-glasses and a video-game handset. Bettina Chavanne, writing at Aviation Week's ARES blog, ...
The Rothschild Octopus
2008 05 24
Marxism, globalism, the new world order, liberalism...All these are euphemisms for a phenomenon embodied in the invisible empire of the Rothschild family. The Rothschilds do not die, they simply depart into history, and their place is inconspicuously taken by their sons and grandsons. Word goes that the old master Jacob has left the scene, and that his place has been ...
FBI files indict Bush, Cheney and Co. as war criminals
2008 05 24
The most stunning revelation in a 370-page Justice US Department Inspector General’s report released this week was that agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation had formally opened a “War Crimes” file, documenting torture they had witnessed at the Guantánamo Bay US prison camp, before being ordered by the administration to stop writing their reports. The World Socialist Web Site, ...
Did Humans Colonize the World by Boat?
2008 05 24
New evidence even raises the possibility that our modern human ancestors may have journeyed by raft or simple boat out of Africa 60,000 to 70,000 years ago, crossing the mouth of the Red Sea. “If they could travel from Southeast Asia to Australia 50,000 years ago, the question now is, how much farther back in time could they have been ...
Study Says Carbon Nanotubes as Dangerous as Asbestos
2008 05 24
Inhaling carbon nanotubes could be as harmful as breathing in asbestos, and its use should be regulated lest it lead to the same cancer and breathing problems that prompted a ban on the use of asbestos as insulation in buildings, according a new study posted online today by Nature Nanotechnology. During the study, led by the Queen's Medical Research Institute ...
London Olympics 2012 : Zion : Street Plan
2008 05 23
Stratford in London, is to become host to the Olympic village, which is undergoing massive regeneration due to the project. The site was claimed to be the last area of suitable waste land in London. Pretty lucky eh? Or maybe it was left alone for years for this very reason! I choose the latter. And so... to the point. Take ...
Sex Hormones and City Life
2008 05 22
Is it safe to douse cities with synthetic pheromones? Northern California is in the grip of a horrific aerial spray programme designed to eradicate an insect pest, Epiphyas postvittana, the light brown apple moth (LBAM). The LBAM is native to Australia and is also found in New Zealand, Hawaii, and the United Kingdom where it is not considered a significant ...
‘Perhaps 60% of today’s oil price is pure speculation’
2008 05 22
The price of crude oil today is not made according to any traditional relation of supply to demand. It’s controlled by an elaborate financial market system as well as by the four major Anglo-American oil companies. As much as 60% of today’s crude oil price is pure speculation driven by large trader banks and hedge funds. It has nothing to ...
Acculturating Humans With An ET Disclosure (PDF)
2008 05 22
With each passing year of UFO studies, the endless quantity and quality of data also engenders a new reality. As our information-age ushers forth this UFO-data stream – through decades of time – a new dimension to ufology may now become focused. Two factors are basic to this ‘value added’ dimension of ufology: our historically continuous reports of ET/UFO activity, ...
Space Euphoria: Do Our Brains Change When We Travel in Outer Space?
2008 05 22
In February, 1971, Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell experienced the little understood phenomenon sometimes called the “Overview Effect”. He describes being completely engulfed by a profound sense of universal connectedness. Without warning, he says, a feeing of bliss, timelessness, and connectedness began to overwhelm him. He describes becoming instantly and profoundly aware that each of his constituent atoms were connected ...
Broken Promises - Bev Collins (Video)
2008 05 22
An in-depth look at the first 2 yrs of Stephen Harper's New Conservative Government & their part in furthering the North American Union. Bev Collins is a former business woman from the Scientific Industry in Ottawa. She is a speaker, researcher/writer on Federal Political Issues, & has toured throughout 7 US states & our Western provinces talking ...
Burning Incense Is Psychoactive: New Class Of Antidepressants Might Be Right Under Our Noses
2008 05 22
Religious leaders have contended for millennia that burning incense is good for the soul. Now, biologists have learned that it is good for our brains too. An international team of scientists, including researchers from Johns Hopkins University and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, describe how burning frankincense (resin from the Boswellia plant) activates poorly understood ion channels in the brain ...
Big-bang machine’s battle plan set
2008 05 22
The schedule is taking shape for the startup of the world’s biggest particle-smasher — and for the lawsuit seeking to shut it down. The plaintiffs in that lawsuit have served the federal government with a summons, and Justice Department lawyers are due to respond by June 24. One of the other parties in the case, Europe’s CERN particle-physics center, is ...
EU treaty opponents eye Irish vote
2008 05 21
Peter Mandelson has become the secret weapon of Irish campaigners hoping to vote down the Lisbon EU reform treaty next month, an outcome that would throw the entire European project into crisis. Ireland is scheduled to vote on the Lisbon EU deal on 12 June, three days after the opening of a High Court review, won by Tory millionaire Stuart ...
Music of the Spheres - Jupiter NASA-Voyager Recording (Audio)
2008 05 21
From an original CD: JUPITER NASA-VOYAGER SPACE SOUNDS (1990) BRAIN/MIND Research. Fascinating recording of Jupiter sounds (electromagnetic "voices") by NASA-Voyager. The complex interactions of charged electromagnetic particles from the solar wind , planetary magnetosphere etc. create vibration "soundscapes". It sounds very interesting, even scary. Jupiter is mostly composed of hydrogen and helium. The entire planet is made of gas, with no solid ...
Jaw-dropping Photosynth demo of SeaDragon & Microsoft's giant touchscreen (Video)
2008 05 21
Blaise Aguera y Arcas leads a dazzling demo of Photosynth, software that could transform the way we look at digital images. Using still photos culled from the Web, Photosynth builds breathtaking dreamscapes and lets us navigate them. More: Photosynth Technology Preview Blaise Aguera y Arcas' background is as multidimensional as the visions he helps create. In the 1990s, he authored patents on ...
MPs back creation of human-animal embryos
2008 05 21
British scientists will be allowed to research devastating diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s using human-animal embryos, after the House of Commons rejected a ban yesterday. An amendment to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill that would have outlawed the creation of “human admixed embryos” for medical research was defeated in a free vote by a majority of 160, preserving ...
Dark Skies Ahead - Global dimming plan to curb warming
2008 05 20
Ed Comment: For more on the insanity of the sulphur screen, take a look at: Five Ways to Save the World (Video). Scientist Tim Flannery has proposed a radical solution to climate change which may change the colour of the sky. But he said it may be necessary, as the "last barrier to climate collapse". Professor Flannery said climate change was happening so ...
Sociologists want your brain in cyberspace
2008 05 20
Call them transhumanists, or extropians, or convergenists. Call their mission GNR, or NBIC, or “RL meets SL.” A new generation of social scientists, with religious zeal, are changing reality as we know it. Virtual worlders, led by a so-called “convergenist” from the National Science Foundation, met this week to discuss one of their plans for humankind: capturing individual personalities onto ...
World Evolutionary Humanism, Eugenics and UNESCO
2008 05 20
“That [fundamental] task [of UNESCO] is to help the emergence of a single world culture, with its own philosophy and background of ideas, and with its own broad purpose. This is opportune, since this is the first time in history that the scaffolding and the mechanisms for world unification have become available, and also the first time that man ...
Microsoft vs.Google: New Masters of the Universe?
2008 05 20
Are Microsoft and Google in a space race? We think they are. Their rivalry is also, we believe, a precursor to the next great post-Internet technology boom: space exploration and development. Microsoft just released its new Worldwide Telescope, which will access images from NASA's great fleet of space-born telescopes and earth-bound observatories such as the future Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, ...
How Advertising Can Wreck Your Health
2008 05 19
One of the most successful advertising campaigns this century sold the most unlikely of products: yeast. Once a household staple, yeast sales started declining in the 1910s because women were no longer baking. Yeast kingpin Fleischmann’s responded by attempting to transform the "Soul of Bread" into a more lucrative form of edible dust. A new advertising campaign pitched yeast as ...
From INGSOC and NEWSPEAK to AMCAP, AMERIGOOD, and MARKETSPEAK
2008 05 19
"Doublespeak and thought control are far more important in the West than Orwell in his essay on "Politics and the English Language" and in an Introduction to Animal Farm indicated." Although 1984 was a Cold War document that dramatized the threat of the Soviet enemy, and has always been used mainly to serve Cold War political ends, it also contains ...
He seeks a route through time
2008 05 19
Mallet's proposal seems innocuous enough: He's currently designing a table-top experiment using a ring of high-powered lasers. The idea is that light carries energy, and, as Einstein showed, energy is equivalent to mass - therefore beams of light can distort spacetime, just as large masses do. (The warping of spacetime by large masses was the prediction that made Einstein famous; ...
Food Crisis A Conspiracy?
2008 05 19
Food protests and riots have swept more than 20 countries in the past few months, including Egypt. On 2 April, World Bank President Robert Zoellick told a meeting in Washington that there are 33 countries where price hikes could cause widespread social unrest. The UN World Food Programme called the crisis the silent tsunami, with wheat prices almost doubling in ...
TASER: Now with Video and Audio
2008 05 19
YouTube videos of TASER incidents could soon become a lot more plentiful. TASER International now has a patent that would provide its weapons with "recorded audio and/or video information for the period, for example, extending a while before and after operation of the trigger." Why video and audio? "In many countries, government officers are accountable to citizens as to appropriate ...
Secretive Freemasons in midst of popularity, membership boom
2008 05 19
IN LOS FELIZ, across from a 7-Eleven on North Vermont Avenue, a few dozen men in their early 20s to late 80s share a dinner behind closed doors. Some wear full tuxedos with bow ties and jeweled cuff links, some have shoulder-length hair, and others wear open-collared shirts that reveal the slightest filigree of tattoo arching across their chests. Over ...
Shadow of the Templars (Video)
2008 05 19
In 1974, British script writer Henry Lincoln introduced the Mystery of Rennes-le-Château to the English speaking world through his documentary The Priest the Painter and the Devil . The documentary created a storm of publicity and eventually led to the production of a 2nd documentary in 1979, the Shadow of the Templars that you can see on this page. This ...
Money raised for Africa 'goes to civil wars'
2008 05 17
Billions of dollars raised for African famine relief by celebrities Bono and Bob Geldof have instead funded civil war across the continent, says terrorism expert Dr Loretta Napoleoni. London-based Napoleoni, in Auckland to appear at the Writers & Readers Festival, has written two books, Terror Inc: Tracing the Money Behind Global Terrorism and Insurgent Iraq: Al-Zarqawi and the New Generation, ...
Antidepressants Now MOST Prescribed Drug Of All
2008 05 17
This past week the CDC released some very shocking news - antidepressants are now officially the most prescribed drugs on the market today. And why is that news shocking? Let's take a look at the facts: #1 In 2004 the FDA began to warn the public that they were seeing an increase in suicides among youth with ...
28 Canada Mass Grave Genocide Sites Identified - Where Is The Media?
2008 05 17
Group of 1,500+ members question media silence on report of mass grave locations On April 10, 2008, the Friends and Relatives of the Disappeared held a press conference and public ceremony in Vancouver, Canada where they released a list of twenty-eight reported mass graves across Canada - the graves of aboriginal children who died while in Indian Residential ...
Did toads predict the earthquake?
2008 05 17
According to recent estimates, the earthquake that hit China on Monday could leave 10,000 people dead. Web users are saying that the catastrophe could have been avoided, if only they had listened to the toads. Two days before the quake thousands of toads suddenly decided to move across a bridge in Taizhou, a town in the Jiangsu province. Chinese web ...
Is this the Blue Star of Hopi Prophecy or Just a NASA Superhype?
2008 05 17
For some, NASA’s announcement on May 14, 2008, was a major disappointment. Before the news conference Enterprise Mission’s director Richard C. Hoagland speculated that NASA would finally confirm the existence of an exo-planet. UFO researcher Paola Harris even believed, wishfully perhaps, that the agency would disclose the discovery of alien artifacts. After all, NASA’s own website had touted the finding ...
UNH is hub of Pentagon's 'non-lethal' weapons research program
2008 05 16
Many inventions, both under development and still on the drawing board, seem to come straight from the pages of comic books. They range from heat rays that make your skin feel like it is on fire to guns that blast deafening sounds, substances that make people fall down or hold still, and holograms that project terrifying images on a battlefield. ...
Discovery of vast prehistoric works built by Giants?
2008 05 16
The size and scope of David Flynn's Teohuanaco discovery simply surpasses comprehension. Mammoth traces of intelligence carved in stone and covering hundreds of square miles. For those who understand what they are seeing here for the first time, this could indeed be the strongest evidence ever found of prehistoric engineering by those who were known and feared throughout the ancient ...
New wi-fi devices warn doctors of heart attacks
2008 05 16
The Bluetooth wireless technology that allows people to use a hands-free earpiece while making a mobile telephone call could soon alert the emergency services when someone has a heart attack, Ofcom predicts. The communications regulator said that sensors could be implanted into people at risk of heart attack or diabetic collapse that would allow doctors to monitor them remotely. If ...
Crystal (Eye) Ball: Visual System Equipped With 'Future Seeing Powers'
2008 05 16
Catching a football. Maneuvering through a room full of people. Jumping out of the way when a golfer yells “fore.” Most would agree these seemingly simple actions require us to perceive and quickly respond to a situation. Assistant Professor of Cognitive Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Mark Changizi argues they require something more — our ability to foresee the future. ...
'Authority' paranoia over photography in London (Video)
2008 05 15
An interesting short film about the legality of taking photographs on the streets in the UK. There's a nice interaction between the photographer and a couple of Police Community Support Officers in Central London. For those who are unfimilar with CSO's, these are not Police Officers, though they are uniformed personnel working with the police in England and Wales.
Aspartame and Rumsfeld's Disease: A Politically-Induced Biochemical Disaster of Global Proportions
2008 05 15
Donald Rumsfeld was known throughout the world as the zealous U.S. Secretary of Defense who is waging a global "war on terror" in search of "terrorists" and "weapons of mass destruction." Most people, however, are not aware that Rumsfeld himself unleashed a chemical weapon of mass destruction upon the world in 1981-and it is still out there destroying people all ...
Jeffrey Smith - The Health Dangers of Genetically Modified Food (Video)
2008 05 15
In consideration of the recent article: U.S. using food crisis to boost bio-engineered crops, take a look at this excellent lecture by Jeffrey Smith. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Video from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94d-KVorSHM Genetically Modified Foods Unsafe? Evidence that Links GM Foods to Allergic Responses Mounts By Jeffery Smith | globalresearch.ca Genetically modified (GM) foods are inherently unsafe, and current safety assessments are ...
U.S. using food crisis to boost bio-engineered crops
2008 05 15
The Bush administration has slipped a controversial ingredient into the $770 million aid package it recently proposed to ease the world food crisis, adding language that would promote the use of genetically modified crops in food-deprived countries. The value of genetically modified, or bio-engineered, food is an intensely disputed issue in the U.S. and in Europe, where many countries have banned ...
Chicago Citizens Reject Terror Drill Fearmongering
2008 05 14
The latest opportunity for authorities to grandstand, fearmonger and practice processing citizens through a de facto internment camp fell flat on its face yesterday after just 350 out of an expected 4,000 turned up to participate in a mock terror drill at Chicago's Sears Centre Arena. "An elaborate public-health drill Tuesday that organizers had hoped would use thousands of volunteers ...
UK Files released on UFO sightings
2008 05 14
Secret files on UFO sightings have been made available for the first time by the Ministry of Defence. The documents, which can be downloaded from the National Archives website, cover the period from 1978 to 1987. They include accounts of strange lights in the sky and unexplained objects being spotted by the public, armed forces and police officers. One man ...
"Shock Doctrine" Spin in U.S., Burma and Beyond
2008 05 14
Suppose you have a controversial project you wish to push through, but you're afraid that if you come right out and say what you're up to, there will be so many objections from other officials and ordinary citizens that you might never get a chance to implement your agenda. But you're savvy about how influence-molding works and you know that ...
Patent For a Pig (Video)
2008 05 14
As a powerful corporate giant attempts to patent living genetic material, this film asks what the consequences are for mankind.
Air Force Aims for 'Full Control' of 'Any and All' Computers
2008 05 14
The Air Force wants a suite of hacker tools, to give it "access" to -- and "full control" of -- any kind of computer there is. And once the info warriors are in, the Air Force wants them to keep tabs on their "adversaries' information infrastructure completely undetected." The government is growing increasingly interested in waging war online. ...
Vatican scientist says belief in God and aliens is OK
2008 05 14
The Vatican's chief astronomer says there is no conflict between believing in God and in the possibility of "extraterrestrial brothers" perhaps more evolved than humans. "In my opinion this possibility (of life on other planets) exists," said Rev. Jose Gabriel Funes, a 45-year-old Jesuit priest who is head of the Vatican Observatory and a scientific adviser to Pope Benedict. "How ...
Morgellons: Biotechnology Gone Awry or Simple Psychosis?
2008 05 14
There's a feeling of bugs crawling under your skin, day and night; continuously haunting you. Sharp stings from what feels like bees constantly torment you, keeping you awake for days on end. Intense burning and itching from these unseen forces invade your life, robbing you of your everyday activities, causing fear and agony as the time wears on, with no ...
More Than 18,000 Buried, 3,629 Confirmed Dead in Chinese Quake-Hit City
2008 05 13
Chinese state media say Monday's massive earthquake has buried more than 18,000 people in one city in southwestern China's Sichuan province. The official Xinhua news agency says 3,629 people have already been confirmed dead in Mianyang city, pushing the death toll from the 7.9 magnitude earthquake well above 12,000. Mianyang is near Wenchuan County, the epicenter of Monday's quake. The ...
Autism Can Be Treated
2008 05 13
Government health experts claim autism is an incurable disease offering anticonvulsant and psychotropic drugs to control behavior and a behavior modification therapy called "applied behavior analysis (ABA)." They dismiss all other means of helping these children as "unproven." Meanwhile thousands of children are back to full functionality by treating the damage caused by mercury toxicity using natural health therapies. Our ...
Simian Virus 40 (SV40):
2008 05 13
The Creation and Production of the Polio Vaccines. In the 1950s, scientists like Doctors Jonas Salk and Albert Sabin had isolated the poliovirus strains to make vaccines.[1] Dr. Salk's strains would be inactivated with formaldehyde and injected into children. Dr. Sabin's strains would be attenuated or weakened by transferring or passaging[2] the live viruses through different host cells and then ...
The Mother Of All Scandals? Drug Pilot, Election Exec Killed On CIA Plane
2008 05 13
One week after the crash outside Caracas, Venezuela of a twin-engine Piper Navajo (N6463L), an air of intrigue surrounds almost everything about the flight, including the plane's ownership, passengers, and pilot. Woven into one small story about a plane crash in Venezuela that killed seven people are visible threads from two perennial American cover-ups: one surrounding vote ...
Pacemaker for the brain
2008 05 13
"It's like a cardiac pacemaker," says Dr. Eugene Ramsay, professor of neurology and psychiatry at the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine. "It activates the vagus nerve in the neck on the left side and sends signals to the brain stem." About two weeks after the surgery, a neurologist will program the device to stimulate the nerve in regular ...
The New Space-Based Technology of Intelligence
2008 05 12
The commander of US Strategic Command, General Kevin Chilton, told the BBC that U.S. space-based intelligence is playing an "invaluable" role in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. What is amazing is that in this day and age, with the full force of the U.S. military establishment and 21st-century technology at its beck and call, the intelligence services still don't ...
Did Multiple Moons Known as Trojans Once Orbit the Earth?
2008 05 12
The history of planet Earth is a fascinating story, involving catastrophic collisions with other small planets and a veritable plethora of asteroid impacts. The prevailing theory about the formation of the moon is called the giant impact hypothesis: the theory goes that a Mars-sized object, known as Theia, crashed in to the young Earth. What was left was Earth, and ...
The Common Thread Within the Kennedy Anathema (Video)
2008 05 11
An incredible new finding about four Kennedy tragedies is revealed for the first time. There is a common timing factor inherent to all four Kennedy murders; Joseph Patrick Jr, President John Fitzgerald, Senator Robert Fitzgerald and John Jr. Also this same timing determinant was applied to Ted Kennedy's 1964 airplane "accident." This provides very strong material evidence that these five ...
The REAL brain drain: Modern technology
2008 05 11
Human identity, the idea that defines each and every one of us, could be facing an unprecedented crisis. It is a crisis that would threaten long-held notions of who we are, what we do and how we behave. It goes right to the heart - or the head - of us all. This crisis could reshape how we interact with ...
100,000 May Have Died in Myanmar Cyclone, U.S. Says
2008 05 11
Bodies floated in floodwaters, and survivors tried to reach dry ground on boats using blankets as sails, while the top U.S. diplomat in Myanmar said Wednesday that up to a hundred thousand people may have died in the devastating cyclone. Hungry crowds stormed the few shops that opened in the country's stricken Irrawaddy River Delta, sparking fistfights, according to Paul ...
Blackwater Back in Business as Usual
2008 05 11
Guards for the security company were involved in a shooting in September that left at least 17 Iraqis dead at a Baghdad intersection. Outrage over the killings prompted the Iraqi government to demand Blackwater’s ouster from the country, and led to a criminal investigation by the F.B.I., a series of internal investigations by the State Department and the Pentagon, and ...
Ancient Lakes of Antarctica -Living Biological Labs Millions of Years Old
2008 05 11
Buried beneath several miles of ice in Antarctica are lakes ranging in size from Lake Ontario to lakes the size of Manhattan. Lake Vostok, the largest subglacial lake on Earth, is believed to harbor ancient life that has been isolated from open exchange with the atmosphere for several million years. Lake Vostok (left) , discovered in 1996 by Russian and ...
Chemtrail Plane Photographed On The Ground
2008 05 11
Recently, a pilot sent www.data4science.net several images of a plane which is clearly rigged for aerial chemtrail or biological spraying taxiing on the ground at an airport in Canada. After studying and researching the plane images and origin, I feel they are authentic. Why do I suggest the plane might be used for biological spraying? Previously released photos of acknowledged ...
'Iron Man' is the new face of military contractors
2008 05 11
When superhero Tony Stark isn't donning his Iron Man armor to personally rough up villains, he's pitching the U.S. military on new gadgets to fight the War on Terror. "They say the best weapon is one you never have to fire," Stark tells a group of military officers in the Iron Man film that opened last week. "I prefer the ...
The British Occult Secret Service
2008 05 10
Queen Elizabeth I & Francis Walsingham Since the time of Elizabeth I, British secret services have worked according to the principle of ‘the end justifies the means’. Money, bribery, blackmail – these are their recruitment methods... – Nikolai Patrushev, head of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB), October 2007It is not really surprising that historically occultism and espionage have often been ...
Iron 'Snow' Helps Maintain Mercury's Magnetic Field, Scientists Say
2008 05 09
New scientific evidence suggests that deep inside the planet Mercury, iron "snow" forms and falls toward the center of the planet, much like snowflakes form in Earth's atmosphere and fall to the ground. The movement of this iron snow could be responsible for Mercury's mysterious magnetic field, say researchers from the University of Illinois and Case Western Reserve University. In a ...
Psychology of Intelligence Analysis
2008 05 09
This volume pulls together and republishes, with some editing, updating, and additions, articles written during 1978-86 for internal use within the CIA Directorate of Intelligence. Four of the articles also appeared in the Intelligence Community journal Studies in Intelligence during that time frame. The information is relatively timeless and still relevant to the never-ending quest for better analysis. The articles ...
Gorbachev: US could start new Cold War
2008 05 09
"We had 10 years after the Cold War to build a new world order and yet we squandered them," he said. "The United States cannot tolerate anyone acting independently. Every US president has to have a war." The 1990 Nobel Peace Prize winner's denunciation of the US mirrors the most belligerently anti-Western speeches of Vladimir Putin – who is said to ...
Multinationals make billions in profit out of growing global food crisis
2008 05 08
Giant agribusinesses are enjoying soaring earnings and profits out of the world food crisis which is driving millions of people towards starvation, The Independent on Sunday can reveal. And speculation is helping to drive the prices of basic foodstuffs out of the reach of the hungry. The prices of wheat, corn and rice have soared over the past year driving the ...
Insiders and Outsiders
2008 05 08
Part One: Insiders And Outsiders In Washington. You have probably heard the terms "insiders" and "ousiders" used in reference to the people in Washington. The insiders are the people who are members of the exclusive think tanks, policy organizations, lobby groups, and other groups that influence and decide policy. The outsiders are those who aren't. The insiders are also ...
Is AIDS a man made virus?
2008 05 08
The mixing of AIDS facts and fallacies has long been apparent to researchers like myself who are convinced that HIV did not come from Mother Nature and "species jumping", but was most likely introduced via contaminated vaccine experiments exclusively targeting the Black African and the American Gay community. Before exploring the man-made theory of AIDS, it is important to note ...
Are There Missing Pieces to the Human Genome Project?
2008 05 08
A new study finds up to 250 regions where the reference genome sequenced over 13 years may be missing information. If you ask the scientists at the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) when the Human Genome Project wrapped up, they'll tell you it was finished in 2003. However, a new study indicates that the composite reference genome cobbled together ...
Robobug goes to war: Troops to use electronic insects to spot enemy 'by end of the year'
2008 05 07
It may have seemed like just another improbable scene from a Hollywood sci-fi flick – Tom Cruise battling against an army of robotic spiders intent on hunting him down. But the storyline from Minority Report may not be quite as far fetched as it sounds. British defence giant BAE Systems is creating a series of tiny electronic spiders, insects and ...
Vast Forests With Trees Each Worth £4,000 Sold for a Few Bags of Sugar
2008 05 07
On February 8 2005, representatives of a major timber firm arrived to negotiate a contract with the traditional landowners. Few in the village realised that the talks would transform all their lives, but in just a few hours, the chief, who had received no legal advice and did not realise that just one tree might be worth more than ...
Witnesses, Pyrotechnicians and Readers Weigh In On the 2008 Phoenix Lights
2008 05 07
Lights seen over Phoenix, Arizona, on April 21, 2008, have ignited controversy and reminded us of the famous March 13, 1997 sightings of lights and a huge triangular craft over the city. As with the original Phoenix Lights sightings of 1997, we have statements from the military that conflict with what witnesses have reported and witnesses that say what they ...
Invention: Plasma-powered flying saucer
2008 05 07
Pass a current or magnetic field through a conducting fluid and it will generate a force. Numerous aerospace engineers have tried and failed to exploit this phenomenon, known as magnetohydrodynamics, as an exotic form of propulsion for aircraft. But perhaps attempts so far have all been too big. A very small design could have a better chance of taking off, says ...
Roland Carby
2008 05 06
Everywhere that I’ve seen this story being discussed on the Internet, there are a lot of anonymous comments saying that Roland Carnaby made it all up; that he just imagined that he was in the CIA, Photoshopped himself into a picture of the lobby of CIA headquarters, created the plaques and commemorations himself. All of that is possible. In fact, ...
Arms Race in Space
2008 05 06
When the United States recently shot apart a crippled spy satellite over the Pacific Ocean, it also tested an offensive anti-satellite weapon and the potential for ballistic missile defense. “The shot,” as the Pentagon called the $100 million operation conducted on February 20, came immediately after Russia and China put forward a detailed, but flawed, proposal for a treaty to ...
Ethnic Specific Weapons
2008 05 06
We learn that the work on such weapons was begun in Nazi Germany. The victims of these weapons were largely Jews. When Larson published his paper in 1970, "the military's private circles it was old news." Which means it had been discussed for a long time by the US military, most likely with the Nazis brought into the US after ...
Shape-shifting Robots Take Form
2008 05 06
Their approach is known as self-reconfigurable robotics, and it takes advantage of recent advances in robot hardware, communications and control algorithms. Last year a team of US researchers from different universities put together a blueprint for shape-shifting based on cell-like robotic "modules" that can rearrange themselves to create different shapes. They made their pitch to the Defense Advanced Research Projects ...
The Search for the Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and Mind Control
2008 05 06
Less than 200 miles from Hofmann’s laboratory, doctors connected to the S.S. and Gestapo were doing experiments that led to the testing of mescaline (a drug which has many of the mind-changing qualities of LSD) on prisoners at Dachau. Germany’s secret policemen had the notion, completely alien to Hofmann, that they could use drugs like mescaline to bring unwilling people ...
Infant formula contains MSG
2008 05 05
The Canadian Study leaves no doubt that ingredients that contain processed free glutamic acid (MSG) and free aspartic acid -- known neurotoxins -- are used in baby formula. The fact that neurotoxins are present in baby formula is of particular concern because the blood brain barrier is never fully developed in infants, allowing neurotoxins more accessibility to the brain then ...
The Androgynous Pharaoh? Akhenaten had feminine physique
2008 05 05
Akhenaten wasn't the most manly pharaoh, even though he fathered at least a half-dozen children. In fact, his form was quite feminine, which has puzzled experts for years. And he was a bit of an egghead. Dr. Irwin Braverman, a Yale University physician who analyzed images of Akhenaten, has a new theory on why. He'll be presenting his findings at ...
Revolution in Military Affairs: From Computer Generated Insurgents to Bioelectric Implants
2008 05 05
In July of 1994 the U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute (SSI) produced the paper titled Revolution In Military Affairs And Conflict Short Of War that uncannily forecasted the future in a "hypothetical future history" written in the year 2010. The hypothetical situation contains many disturbing predictions, several of which have come true, some partially. After ...
How we learned to stop worrying and love plastics: an interview with Jeffrey Meikle
2008 05 05
Beginning in the 1920s, the plastics industry tried to shape the way consumers thought of the materials, through advertising, high-tech displays at world's fairs and trade shows, and Tupperware parties. Plastics were often heralded as the key to an incipient consumer utopia of affordable goods, the triumph of science over nature, even the liberation of the American housewife, who need ...
Hypocrisy Alert: Tiny tribe thorn in Gore's side
2008 05 05
He has close ties and a large financial stake in Occidental Petroleum, despite its poor environmental image. His father, Al Gore senior, was on Occidental's board for three decades. As vice president of the United States, his son helped the company win drilling concessions. Charles Lewis, of the Center for Public Integrity, has examined the ties between Al Gore and ...
The Manipulation Of The Gold Market
2008 05 05
The key to understanding the manipulation of the gold market, this enormous scandal and fraud, is that it can be compared to a murder trial. In the United States a murderer can be put to death if he is found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Many times murder defendants are convicted based solely on "circumstantial" evidence because a reasonable person ...
N.A.T.O. Gladio, and the strategy of tension.
2008 05 04
In August of 1990, Italian Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti confirmed that a secret army, called Gladio, had existed in Italy throughout the Cold War period. His revelations were shocking, not simply because they admitted to something that had long been denied (including by Andreotti himself when speaking to a judicial enquiry in 1974 in his capacity as Italian Defence Minister), ...
Decoding The Dictionary: Study Suggests Lexicon Evolved To Fit In The Brain
2008 05 04
Dictionaries are built like an inverted pyramid. The most complex words (e.g., "albacore" and "antelope") sit at the top and are defined by words that are more basic, and thus lower on the pyramid. Eventually all words are linked to a small number of words - called "atomic words," (such as "act" and "group") - that are so fundamental they ...
The Criminalization of Raw Milk
2008 05 04
On April 25, 2008, in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, Mark Nolt, a Wenger Mennonite (Horse and Buggy Mennonite) dairyman, threatened for months with arrest for selling raw milk without a permit was removed from his property by state troopers. Jonas Stoltzfus, a friend, fellow farmer, and Church of the Brethen, was asked by Mr. Nolt to speak for him, and ...
The Flying Saucers Are Real by Donald Keyhoe
2008 05 04
This was one of the first books published about the UFO phenomena. We are fortunate that it ended up in the public domain. It is a template for much of what would follow: the paranoia, the government disinformation, the inescapable conclusion that the saucers are not of this earth. Keyhoe, with his spare, matter of fact writing style, which also conveys ...
When Worlds Collide: The Cern Stargate
2008 05 03
If you really want to conceal something - hide it in plain sight. This technique is a hallmark of Illuminist groups who are compelled to constantly and robustly protect their hidden knowledge. For over a century, film has been a primary means of deploying the 'hide in plain sight' deception on a mass scale. From the early sci-fi and horror ...
A very revealing look into our planned future: Washington's Future, a History
2008 05 03
VIVIAN AND VICTOR VERVER IN MANY WAYS EPITOMIZED THE CAPITAL REGION'S "YO-YO GENERATION." After 9/11 and the next wave of terrorist attacks, motivated at least in part by fear, they moved from their apartment in Crystal City out to the edge of sprawl, to a new townhouse in Stafford County. Then, more than a decade later, they found themselves moving ...
The Iraq War Morphs Into the Iran War
2008 05 03
It is 1939 all over again. The world waits helplessly for the next act of naked aggression by rogue states. Only this time the rogue states are not the Third Reich and Fascist Italy. They are the United States and Israel. The targeted victims are not Poland and France, but Iran, Syria, the remains of the Palestinian West ...
Breaking The Silence: Bildergerg Exposed [PDF]
2008 05 02
Secret discussions at this year's Bilderberg meeting have, as usual, set the agenda for running markets and wars in the year ahead. Among the proposals on their wish list are a UN-imposed oil tax and a peacebuilding commission.
Does the Earth's magnetic field cause suicides?
2008 05 02
Many animals can sense the Earth's magnetic field, so why not people, asks Oleg Shumilov of the Institute of North Industrial Ecology Problems in Russia. Shumilov looked at activity in the Earth's geomagnetic field from 1948 to 1997 and found that it grouped into three seasonal peaks every year: one from March to May, another in July and the last ...
Magic Mushrooms: Can Fungi Help Clean Up Pollution?
2008 05 02
According to Stamets, mushrooms can also be used to filter agricultural run-off for contaminants such as the E coli bacterium. Even more amazing, one species of mushroom can break down VX nerve gas, a toxin that takes hundreds of years to break down on its own! It is truly amazing how many tools nature has to keep the environment clean, ...
DC Madam Predicted She Would Be Suicided
2008 05 01
DC Madam Deborah Jeane Palfrey predicted she would be "suicided" on several occasions both recently and as far back as 17 years ago - comments that now appear ominous in light of the announcement that the former head of a Washington escort service allegedly killed herself today. "If taken into custody, my physical safety and most probably my very life ...
FEMA To Help Run 8-Day Disaster & Terror Drill
2008 05 01
FEMA announced recently that they will be conducting a national disaster exercise called National Level Exercise 2-08 (NLE 2-08) from May 1st through May 8th. The purpose of this exercise is to prepare and respond to multiple incidents including natural disasters and terrorist incidents. Specifically the exercise involves a Category 4 hurricane impacting the Mid Atlantic Coast and the National ...
CFR: The African Union
2008 05 01
The African Union (AU), formed in 2002 from the vestiges of the Organization for African Unity (OAU), aims to protect the security of the continent, rather than the sovereignty of individual states. Though the AU still is struggling to reform its governing bodies, it plays an increasingly high-profile role in peacekeeping. Most recently, the AU has sent peacekeepers to Somalia ...
Former Shill for Big Pharma Tells the Truth About Drug Testing
2008 05 01
Erick Turner, a psychiatry professor at the Oregon State Health and Sciences University, woke up one day and realized that he was acting as a shill for pharmaceutical corporations. Worse, he was promoting drugs that not only provide very little benefit, but also do great harm. In spite of the benefits paid to him, including accommodations and thousands of dollars, ...
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