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June 2008

How to manufacture a “global food crisis”
2008 06 30
Illuminati controlled corporations like Monsanto and Dow Chemical have long hungered to make their poison pill genetically modified food a permanant staple of our diets. Now they have the world in their crosshairs. Countries that were furiously against GM poison are now rushing to let it in. Europe and Asia, who have always been against it, are wanting to take ...
Vatican accused over girl’s murder
2008 06 30
Emanuela Orlandi, the daughter of a Vatican employee, was 15 years old when she disappeared after a flute lesson in central Rome. She was last seen at a bus stop on her way home on June 22, 1983. The investigation into her disappearance was reopened this week following new evidence from the former girlfriend of Enrico De Pedis, a Roman ...
Jake Kotze - Inside Job: Synchronicity 9/11 - Nosis Interview Clip (Video)
2008 06 30
Inside Job - Synchronicity 9/11. I was recently interviewed for a future documentary called "Nosis - A Cinematic Vision Quest". Above is a sample of the results. I think they have done a great job of representing what I was talking about. A first for me, all very exciting.
Go Your Own Way: Gnosis And The Fractal Spiral
2008 06 30
Oversoul by Alex GreyYou have to work on yourself before you can really get anywhere. No one can do it for you. The magical codex and the dimensional escape hatch remain firmly out of reach for now. The flame will burn those who are unable to hold it safely in their hands. The universe insists, most adamantly, that we learn ...
Manly Hall, mystical Los Angeles' high priest
2008 06 30
Last Sunday evening at the Silent Movie Theater, a clip from the 1938 astrological murder mystery "When Were You Born?" was shown as part of an "Occult L.A." program curated by the author Erik Davis. In the clip, legendary occult scholar Manly P. Hall, who had also written the movie's script, appeared on screen to introduce the concept of astrology. ...
First space ad targets hungry aliens
2008 06 30
It could be the longest commercial break in history. Over a six-hour period this morning, high-powered radars in the Arctic Circle broadcast an advertisement into space for the first time. The advertisement, for Doritos tortilla chips, was being directed towards a solar system in the Ursa Major constellation, just 42 light years from Earth. The solar system contains a habitable ...
The hidden art inside microchips
2008 06 30
If you've ever wondered what a microchip looks like up-close, then you'll be amazed and surprised by the discovery that chip designers hide teeny-tiny works of art on the surface of common components. The Molecular Expressions team has spent quite a few years building up a digital zoo of hidden artwork on common microchip designs. The images are so small that ...
Suicides ‘linked to phone masts’
2008 06 29
The spate of deaths among young people in Britain’s suicide capital could be linked to radio waves from dozens of mobile phone transmitter masts near the victims’ homes. Dr Roger Coghill, who sits on a Government advisory committee on mobile radiation, has discovered that all 22 youngsters who have killed themselves in Bridgend, South Wales, over the past 18 months ...
Karl Marx's Letter To Abraham Lincoln
2008 06 29
Sir: We congratulate the American people upon your re-election by a large majority. If resistance to the Slave Power was the reserved watchword of your first election, the triumphant war cry of your re-election is Death to Slavery. From the commencement of the titanic American strife the workingmen of Europe felt instinctively that the star-spangled banner carried the destiny of ...
U.K. to Begin Microchipping Prisoners
2008 06 29
The British government is developing a plan to track current and former prisoners by means of microchips implanted under the skin, drawing intense criticism from probation officers and civil rights groups. As a way to reduce prison crowding, many British prisoners are currently released under electronic monitoring, carried out by means of an ankle bracelet that transmits signals like those used ...
Crop Circle Science
2008 06 29
When the subject of crop circles comes up, there seem to be just two ways to go: they’re hoaxes or they’re made by aliens. Certainly many intricate designs have been made by people armed with planks and surveying equipment in the dead of night, but some of the strangest things have happened before, during, and after the circles form (or ...
An Historic Non-Apology, Completely and Utterly Not Accepted
2008 06 29
To those surprised or appalled by our reaction, or to people who simply have no idea that there’s an issue here at all, let us begin by pointing to at least a few of the facts we had to keep in mind when listening to the statement of the current head of a political process that has, since it origin ...
2057 - Part 2 - The City (Video)
2008 06 28
2057 is a Discovery Channel television program hosted by theoretical physicist Michio Kaku. It premiered on January 28, 2007 and attempts to predict what the world will be like in 50 years based on current trends. The show takes the form of a docu-drama with three separate episodes, each having informative stories ingrained into the plot. The City "The City", ...
U.S. Freezes Solar Energy Projects
2008 06 28
Faced with a surge in the number of proposed solar power plants, the federal government has placed a moratorium on new solar projects on public land until it studies their environmental impact, which is expected to take about two years. The Bureau of Land Management says an extensive environmental study is needed to determine how large solar plants might affect ...
Mugabe Is Kicked Out Of The Order of Bath
2008 06 28
The Queen, acting on the advice of her Foreign Secretary David Miliband, has "degraded" Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe from his appointment as an Honorary Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath (Civil Division). This was done as a "mark of revulsion" at the way this increasingly un-civil ruler has shown "abject disregard for the democratic process" ...
UFOs invade NT town in Oz
2008 06 28
A small Territory community is still reeling with shock after four UFOs descended on their Outback homes. Families spent hours in fear as what appeared to be three spaceships hovered in the distance with another just metres above their houses. The drama at Marlinja, population 112 and 730km south of Darwin, began at 8pm on Sunday. Resident Janie Dixon said ...
The Creeping Madness of the Collectively Unhinged Mind
2008 06 27
The machine cannot continue unless you continue. You are the power that turns the wheel. Step away from the wheel. As one more slithering entity calls out for the murder of a truthseeker you must now call out for justice. We are in dire need of a new Nuremberg. Those who have killed without conscience must be called into the ...
The Fight to End Aging Gains Legitimacy, Funding
2008 06 27
Gandhi once said, describing his critics, "First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win." After declaring, essentially out of nowhere, that he had a program to end the disease of aging, renegade biogerontologist Aubrey de Grey knows how the first three steps of Gandhi's progression feel. Now he's focused on the fourth. ...
EU Constitution author says referendums can be ignored
2008 06 27
Future referendums will be ignored whether they are held in Ireland or elsewhere, Valéry Giscard d'Estaing (Knights of Malta), the architect of the European Union Constitution said. The former President of France drafted the old Constitution that was rejected by French and Dutch voters three years ago before being resurrected as the Lisbon EU Treaty, itself shunned by the Irish two ...
Spanish parliament to extend rights to apes
2008 06 27
Spain's parliament voiced its support on Wednesday for the rights of great apes to life and freedom in what will apparently be the first time any national legislature has called for such rights for non-humans. Parliament's environmental committee approved resolutions urging Spain to comply with the Great Apes Project, devised by scientists and philosophers who say our closest genetic relatives ...
The Department of Forgetting
2008 06 27
I got bad news from the FBI a few months ago. A file I'd requested under the Freedom of Information Act wasn't going to be available. Ever. And not for one of the reasons I already knew to expect—that the material was classified, that the file concerned a living person, or that no file existed to begin with. Judging by ...
VA testing drugs on war veterans
2008 06 27
The government is testing drugs with severe side effects like psychosis and suicidal behavior on hundreds of military veterans, using small cash payments to attract patients into medical experiments that often target distressed soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, a Washington Times/ABC News investigation has found. In one such experiment involving the controversial anti-smoking drug Chantix, the Department of Veterans Affairs ...
7 Underground Wonders of the World: Labyrinths, Crypts, Catacombs and More
2008 06 27
What motivates humankind to burrow deep into the Earth? From London to Paris, Budapest to Moscow, the USA to Australia, here are seven of the most amazing examples in the world. Some were built for military defense or shelter, many are abandoned while others thrive. These amazing images feature tunnels, caverns, labyrinths from seven underground location around the world, following ...
DOJ Has Windows 7, Why Not You?
2008 06 26
Here's something Microsoft probably didn't want more of: government oversight of Windows development. Windows 7 already is being reviewed by U.S. government technical appointees, something many Microsoft executives probably couldn't have much imagined happening a year ago. Under the terms of Microsoft's November 2001 Justice Department settlement and final court judgment issued about a year later, a government-sanctioned "Technical Committee" has overseen ...
The Pentagon's Stealth Corporations
2008 06 26
The Pentagon not only produces stealth planes, it is, in budgetary terms, a stealth operation. If honestly accounted, the actual Pentagon yearly budget, including all the "military-related" funds salted away elsewhere, is probably now more than $1 trillion a year. There is, however, another stealth side to the Pentagon -- the corporate side where a range of giant companies you've ...
2 Billion may suffer from Mobile Cancer by 2020: Study
2008 06 26
The studies and survey conducted by Australian Health Research Institute indicates that due to billions of times more in volume electromagnetic radiation emitted by billions of mobile phones, internet, intranet and wireless communication data transmission will make almost one-third of world population (about two billions) patient of ear, eye and brain cancer beside other major body disorders like heart ailments, ...
The new shape of music: Music has its own geometry, researchers find
2008 06 26
The figure shows how geometrical music theory represents four-note chord-types -- the collections of notes form a tetrahedron, with the colors indicating the spacing between the individual notes in a sequence. In the blue spheres, the notes are clustered, in the warmer colors, they are farther apart. The red ball at the top of the pyramid is the diminished seventh ...
Mars' two-faced riddle 'solved'
2008 06 26
The puzzle of why the northern and southern hemispheres of Mars look so different may now have been solved. Mars' crust is thicker in the southern hemisphere, and magnetic anomalies are found in the south but not the north. New studies in Nature magazine suggest that a massive space rock smashing into the planet could have created an abrupt disparity ...
THC Kills Glioma Cancer Cells - Medical Miracles from Europe (Video)
2008 06 25
Before speaking to the 5th Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics in Pacific Grove, CA, Deputy Director of NORML Paul Armentano talks about new science on Cannabis (marijuana) and the Endo-Cannabinoid system being done in Europe, while American cancer patients, many with tragic cases of Glioma brain tumors, seek any news of an alternative therapy. Paul references the work of Dr. Manuel ...
Bow and Arrow Presages First Arms Race
2008 06 25
Nobody knows exactly when this happened, but probably about 2,000 years ago a clever hunter somewhere in North America figured out that if he had a better way to throw a small spear he would improve his chances of eating dinner that night. He may have taken the bow he used to spin a wooden shaft and make a fire ...
Scientists ponder whether ice on Mars ever melted
2008 06 25
Mars today is arid and dusty, constantly bombarded by radiation and with no apparent trace of water on its surface. But carvings of channels and gullies on the Martian surface suggest a wetter past. Some scientists speculate that water may have evaporated into the atmosphere and the rest trapped beneath the surface in the form of ice. "The holy grail ...
Theories and rumours abound as scientists ponder mystery of mass dolphin deaths
2008 06 25
Marine scientists are astounded at Monday's tragedy - the biggest mass stranding of dolphins for many years. Multiple strandings of dolphins, porpoises and whales do happen frequently in other parts of the world. In the UK the number of strandings of cetaceans has doubled to more than 700 over the past 10 years. But this increase is generally put down ...
Using Brainwaves To Chat And Stroll Through Second Life: World's First
2008 06 25
On 7th June 2008, Keio University succeeded in the world’s first demonstration experiment with the help of a disabled person to use brainwave to chat and stroll through the virtual world. The research group led by Assistant Prof. Junichi Ushiba of the Faculty of Science and Technology of Keio University applied the technology “to operate the computer using brain images ...
Top 5 Ways to Cause a Man-Made Earthquake
2008 06 25
In the first Superman movie, supervillain Lex Luthor plans to trigger a massive, California-detaching earthquake by detonating a couple of nuclear weapons in the San Andreas Fault. Crazy Lex! That scheme never would have worked, geologists will tell you. But, if he'd been serious about creating an earthquake, there are ways he could have actually done it. He would just have ...
Ion Microprobe Technology Reveals Earth was Habitable 4.3 Billion Years Ago
2008 06 24
A team of scientists led by University of Wisconsin-Madison geologists Takayuki Ushikubo, Valley and Noriko Kita have completed an analysis of ancient minerals called zircons which shows liquid water existed at least 4.3 billion years ago and that heavy weathering by an acrid climate possibly destroyed the surface of the Earth's earliest continents when the planet was a mere 150 ...
Socialists made eugenics fashionable
2008 06 24
An exhibition of the history of those scientific ideas that gave a grimy intellectual veneer to the Nazi genocide opened recently at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa. The collection centres on eugenics, the notion that humanity can be improved and perfected by selective breeding and the elimination of individuals and groups considered to be undesirable. Entitled Deadly Medicine: Creating ...
Nurse writes book on near-death
2008 06 24
"I don't think it's quite as simple as life after death," she said. "It's what consciousness is and how we define it. We are entering an exciting time researching consciousness. "Current science says it is a by-product of the brain. But it may be that consciousness is around us and the brain might be a mediator, an antenna, instead of ...
As mystery plague threatens to wipe out bees, scientist reveal: our survival depends on them
2008 06 24
The mountains of southern Sichuan in China are covered in pear trees. Every April, they are home to a strange sight: thousands of people holding bamboo sticks with chicken feathers attached to the end, clambering among the blossom-laden branches. Closer inspection reveals that children, parents and even grandparents are pollinating the trees by hand. It is a ritual they have ...
EU “Democracy” Unveiled *
2008 06 24
When countries took the first step in what would expand in to the EU, the people and their political representatives never imagined their nation’s rights along with their culture would not be respected and undermined. The assumption was each nation would be treated how the law treats individuals. Just like how a young red haired woman is legally equal to ...
Second vote lined up for next spring
2008 06 24
The Irish electorate appears destined to vote on the Lisbon treaty again next spring, this time with guarantees from Europe on key issues for the no voters, including keeping the country’s commissioner and protecting its neutrality. The government may also seek protocols protecting Ireland’s corporate tax rate and the constitutional position on abortion. But it will decide the Irish “red ...
Rare Carroll Quigley interview in 1974 (Full Interview)
2008 06 23
The powers of financial capitalism had another far reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting ...
Cops chase a UFO over Cardiff
2008 06 22
STUNNED police gave chase to a UFO after it attacked their helicopter near a military base. The mystery aircraft zoomed straight at the chopper as the three-man cop crew prepared to land. The pilot banked sharply to avoid being hit, then launched into a high-speed pursuit. But he was forced to give up the chase as the helicopter’s fuel ran ...
UFO sightings over Wales reported after mystery craft scared cops in police chopper
2008 06 22
HUNDREDS of UFO sightings over Wales were reported yesterday after a mystery craft threatened a police helicopter. The Sun was bombarded with calls from readers who also saw the UFO on the SAME night as the chopper drama in Cardiff. And the mystery deepened as experts revealed airline pilots have spotted hundreds of UFOs over the nearby Bristol Channel this ...
Wiltshire crop circle identified as symbolic code for first ten places of pi
2008 06 22
Wroughton Mathematicians are perplexed after a highly complex crop circle appeared in a Wiltshire field - depicting a fundamental mathematical symbol. The circle is, apparently, a coded image representing a complex mathematical number — the first ten digits of pi — and even astrophysicists admit they find it “mind-boggling”. The circular pattern was created in a barley field near Barbury ...
Exposed: Harvard Shrink Gets Rich Labeling Kids Bipolar
2008 06 22
Meet the man who got rich by popularizing bipolar disorder for children. Congressional investigators and the NY Times expose the scandal. What Dick Cheney is to the U.S. invasion of Iraq, psychiatrist Joseph Biederman is to the explosion of psychiatric medications in American children. Recently, Biederman was nailed by congressional investigators and the New York Times for overestimating just how ...
The new Da Vinci Code: Secrets of the Sistine Chapel
2008 06 22
A Venezuelan diplomat visited the Sistine Chapel in Rome in 1950 and made a startling discovery. At the heart of the Vatican, in the place where the College of Cardinals meets to elect each new pope, Joaquin Diaz Gonzalez identified a colossal portrait of the medieval poet Dante contained within Michelangelo’s fresco of The Last Judgement. The artist, argued Gonzalez, ...
Irish revote likely on EU treaty
2008 06 22
Irish voters appear likely to vote again on the Lisbon Treaty in a bid to sustain progress toward a more streamlined and powerful European Union. Meeting in Brussels, European Union leaders signaled their intent to prevent a two-tiered union by ensuring that all 27 member states ratify the treaty. Even as they did, however, concerns rose about the Czech Republic's ability to ...
Drugs to Grow Your Brain
2008 06 22
Drugs that encourage the growth of new neurons in the brain are now headed for clinical trials. The drugs, which have already shown success in alleviating symptoms of depression and boosting memory in animal models, are being developed by BrainCells, a San Diego-based start-up that screens drugs for their brain-growing power. The company hopes the compounds will provide an alternative ...
The Spy Who Loves Us
2008 06 22
After Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard was sentenced to life in prison in 1986, the U.S. negotiated an understanding with Israel—a “gentlemen’s agreement” —stipulating that neither nation would thenceforth conduct espionage operations in the other’s territory without consent. But the agreement was a sham from the beginning. The Israeli government didn’t even honor its commitments in the aftermath of the Pollard ...
An Army Of Fun: Video Arcade To Lure Recruits
2008 06 19
In August, the military plans to open its first Army Experience Center, a combination recruiting center/video arcade/retail store to promote serving your country. Rumored to becoming to Times Square, it'll be like the Disney Store, except with guns and camouflage. The 14,500-square-foot center will be a multimedia extrava ganza with high-tech gadgetry, including flight simulators and life-size soldier video games. That person ...
Education database raises privacy fears
2008 06 19
A photograph and details of every state school student in Queensland will be posted online by December this year, raising fears of privacy breaches and the risk of pedophiles hacking into the database. Information including photographs, personal details, career aspirations and off-campus activities as well as student performance records for 480,000 public school children will be on the state government's intranet ...
Debunking a war against Iran
2008 06 19
In a nutshell, "The Last Resort, Consequence of Military Action against Iran" weighs the pros and cons of both deterrence and prevention strategies towards the Gulf nation. The document is filled with academic constructs, sophisticated policy considerations, verbal acrobatics, and qualifying statements carefully brought together to justify the conclusion that going to war against Iran is in America's best interests.
The Council of Nine and the Star Trek Pantheon
2008 06 19
I've recently dived back into the mysterious saga of the Nine, whom not only Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince but also Peter Levenda have looked into as well. I've gotten some strong hits off of what little information I've processed on the topic. I've yet to dig into it, but a few months ago I also fortuitously stumbled upon a ...
'Yes' to Swedish Surveillance Law
2008 06 19
Swedish lawmakers voted late on Wednesday in favour of a controversial bill allowing all emails and phone calls to be monitored in the name of national security. More: Sweden sets sights on new snoop law Sweden's new wiretapping law 'much worse than the Stasi' The vote, one of the most divisive in Sweden in recent years, had initially been scheduled for early Wednesday ...
Swedish revolt over 'Big Brother' law
2008 06 19
Sweden's "Big Brother" law, allowing the government to snoop on all outgoing cross-border emails, could be blocked tomorrow by a handful of rebel parliamentarians ready to defy their party whips. If the dissenters derail the law - dubbed Lex Orwell by the Swedes - it will be a major blow to the centre-right government, which claims that it needs the ...
Sioux Indians reclaim their land with hard cash
2008 06 18
Native Americans, flushed with casino profits, are buying up vast tracts of land in Minnesota - taken from them two centuries ago - with hard cash. The recession has seen land values plummet and the Sioux are taking advantage. Who could possibly not cheer? Face black with soot, Victoria Ranua strides across a Scott County hillside, painting it with fire. ...
US Special Forces counter-insurgency manual FM 31-20-3
2008 06 18
This sensitive US military counter-insurgency manual could be critically described as "What we learned about running death squads and propping up corrupt government in Latin America and how to apply it to other places". Its contents are both history defining for Latin America and, given the continued role of US Special Forces in the suppression of insurgencies and guerilla movements ...
Why are NASA Astrobiologists Investigating a Remote Canadian Lake?
2008 06 18
Pavilion Lake in Marble Climestone formation that they believe is a “Transformer Stone” meaning that in First Nations legend it was created by the actions of the “Transformers”, a group of supernatural beings who traveled around the country putting things to right by changing things into stone. They call the formation “K'lpalekw”, which means in their tongue of Secwepemc'tsn "Coyote's ...
Master of our Domain
2008 06 18
Half the people had turned into squealing pigs, the other half were cooking - Nick Cave There's a Kids in the Hall sketch in which Mark McKinney plays a loner who's injured his toe. By the swelling, the pus and the change of colour he knows it needs attention, but he can't get motivated to go to the hospital, because "as ...
2057 - Part 1 - The Body (Video)
2008 06 18
2057 is a Discovery Channel television program hosted by theoretical physicist Michio Kaku. It premiered on January 28, 2007 and attempts to predict what the world will be like in 50 years based on current trends. The show takes the form of a docu-drama with three separate episodes, each having informative stories ingrained into the plot. The Body The first ...
Cell Phone Popped Popcorn: Viral Marketing Explanation
2008 06 18
The headset's out of the bag and one company scored big with their viral videos. Cardo Systems, a manufacturer of Bluetooth headsets, claimed responsibility for the four videos showing cell phones popping popcorn. (See Pop Corn With Your Cell Phone -- Hoax or Real? for background and links to the videos.) The videos -- and I'm still convinced they were ...
Sweden sets sights on new snoop law
2008 06 18
As Sweden's parliament prepares to pass a controversial new surveillance law, Faisal Enayat Khan takes a closer look at the development of a far-reaching tapping scheme. When planning the 9/11 attacks, the twenty al-Qaeda members involved referred to the plot as “The Big Wedding” and to the hijackers as the “brothers” attending the wedding. Seven years on from the attacks that ...
Sweden's new wiretapping law 'much worse than the Stasi'
2008 06 17
With just a week to go (published June 10th) before the Swedish parliament is expected to pass a controversial wiretapping law, Pirate Party leader Rickard Falkvinge urges people to do all they can to block the legislation. On June 17th the Swedish parliament is set to vote on the introduction of a new "signal surveillance" law. What the law means is ...
Scenes Of Nature Trump Technology In Reducing Low-level Stress
2008 06 17
"Technology is good and it can help our lives, but let's not be fooled into thinking we can live without nature," said Peter Kahn, a UW associate professor of psychology who led the research team. "We are losing direct experiences with nature. Instead, more and more we're experiencing nature represented technologically through television and other media. Children grow up watching ...
The Power Of Being Little: Why We Can Stop The New World Order
2008 06 17
We wake up from one dogma to another, one illusion to another. We see through the fraud of Christianity, then spend years stuck in Buddhism. We see through the lies of Bush and give our trust to Obama. It does mean we’re suckers in a sense, and it can look discouraging, as if mankind is incapable of learning. But every ...
In 2050, your lover may be a ... robot
2008 06 17
Romantic human-robot relationships are no longer the stuff of science fiction -- researchers expect them to become reality within four decades. And they do not mean simply, mechanical sex. "I am talking about loving relationships about 40 years from now," David Levy, author of the book "Love + sex with robots", told AFP at an international conference held last ...
Warning over dangers posed by creation of 'artificial life'
2008 06 17
Scientists have high hopes for a new technique called synthetic biology, which involves engineering organisms so they work in new ways that do not currently exist in nature. It has been claimed that the process could create new fuels to replace petrol and new drugs to combat disease. In the United States, scientists have controversially used the technique to create ...
Woolly-mammoth gene study changes extinction theory
2008 06 16
A large genetic study of the extinct woolly mammoth has revealed that the species was not one large homogenous group, as scientists previously had assumed, and that it did not have much genetic diversity. "The population was split into two groups, then one of the groups died out 45,000 years ago, long before the first humans began to appear in ...
The Great Oil Swindle
2008 06 16
Is it possible that gambling on oil futures might be a temptation for banks that are already underwater from a trillion dollars worth of mortgage-related deals that have “gone south” leaving the banking system essentially bankrupt? And if the banks and hedgies are not playing this game, then where is the money coming from? I have compiled charts ...
Destroying African Agriculture
2008 06 16
Biofuel production is certainly one of the culprits in the current global food crisis. But while the diversion of corn from food to biofuel feedstock has been a factor in food prices shooting up, the more primordial problem has been the conversion of economies that are largely food-self-sufficient into chronic food importers. Here the World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF), ...
Honda makes first hydrogen cars
2008 06 16
The Japanese car manufacturer Honda has begun the first ever commercial production of a hydrogen fuel-cell powered vehicle. The medium-sized four-seater, called the FCX Clarity, runs on hydrogen and electricity, emitting only water vapour. Honda claims the vehicle offers three times better fuel efficiency than a traditional, gasoline-powered car. It plans to produce 200 of the cars over the next ...
Prince William is due to be made a Royal Knight of the Garter by the Queen
2008 06 16
Prince William is due to be made a Royal Knight of the Garter by the Queen. He will be formally appointed to the most senior British order of chivalry at a service in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. The Order of the Garter, established by Edward III in 1348, is in the Queen's personal gift, without advice from government ...
The Sunspot Enigma: The Sun is “Dead”—What Does it Mean for Earth?
2008 06 16
Dark spots, some as large as 50,000 miles in diameter, typically move across the surface of the sun, contracting and expanding as they go. These strange and powerful phenomena are known as sunspots, but now they are all gone. Not even solar physicists know why it’s happening and what this odd solar silence might be indicating for our future. Although ...
EU meets to address Irish No vote
2008 06 16
European Union foreign ministers are gathering in Luxembourg for talks on how to respond to the Irish rejection of the Lisbon reform treaty. Voters in the Irish Republic, the only state to hold a referendum on Lisbon, rejected the treaty by 53.4% to 46.6% last Thursday. The treaty cannot be implemented unless approved by all 27 EU states. But the ...
Mind War 4
2008 06 15
Everyone is worried about World War III breaking out but almost no one has noticed that we’re in the middle of Mind War 4. Actually, the mind wars are so clandestine that we may be in the middle of Mind War 40 for all we know. The matrix is real. The Mind War has entrapped the minds of most of humanity, and ...
A Dog That Seems To Know When His Owner is Coming Home: Videotaped Experiments and Observations (PDF)
2008 06 15
Many dog owners claim that their animal knows when a member of the household is about to come home. Typically, the dog is said to go and wait at a door, window or gate while the person is on the way home (Sheldrake, 1994, 1999a). Random household surveys in Britain and the United States have shown that between 45 and ...
Slave Labor in USA: Unicor Prisoner Scam Conspiracy
2008 06 15
Corporations are getting rich using federal prisoners as captive (slave) labor pools. Unless she's dying or recovering from surgery, a patient at the Federal Medical Center-Carswell must work. The hospital out on the banks of Lake Worth is run by the Bureau of Prisons, and its patients are women who have been convicted of federal crimes. Bureau rules require all ...
NASA provides "Explanation" of China Earthquake: "Electrical disturbances on edge of atmosphere & impending quakes"
2008 06 15
Nasa scientists have said they could be on the verge of a breakthrough in their efforts to forecast earthquakes. Researchers say they have found a close link between electrical disturbances on the edge of our atmosphere and impending quakes on the ground below. Just such a signal was spotted in the days leading up to the recent devastating event in China. They have ...
Terminator Mosquitoes to Control Dengue?
2008 06 15
Millions of transgenic mosquitoes are to be released into the fishing village of Pulau Ketam off Selangor, Malaysia, as part of an international series of field trials to fight dengue fever [1]. The Malaysian field trials will be undertaken by the Health Ministry's Institute of Medical Research (IMR) in collaboration with Oxitec Ltd., a spin-off biotech company from the University ...
Floods recede in one Iowa city, rise in another
2008 06 15
The dark, filthy water that flooded Iowa's second-largest city finally started to recede Saturday after forcing 24,000 people to flee, but those who remained were urged to cut back on showering and flushing to save the last of their unspoiled drinking water. A sandbagging siege saved the last of the city's four collection wells from contamination by the record flood. ...
The United States of Advertising
2008 06 15
As is often the case with addictions, I began dabbling in adverts for indigestion tablets and slowly found myself hooked on the darker, stronger material contained in commercials for prescription drugs. America is, I think, the only country in the world which permits advertising of drugs which are available only through your doctor. The insidious message is simple; if your ...
Who’s afraid of a synthetic human?
2008 06 14
In the future there will be no more human beings. This is not something we should worry about. Much of today’s scientific research may enable us eventually to repair the terrible vulnerability to which our present state of evolution has exposed us. It is widely thought inevitable that we will have to face the end of humanity as we know it. ...
EU referendum: Ireland votes against Lisbon Treaty
2008 06 14
Irish voters have left Brussels' plans for EU integration in tatters by rejecting the Lisbon Treaty. Even before all the official Ireland referendum results were announced, Manuel Barroso, the President of the European Commission, conceded that the public had voted against the Treaty. But despite the result, he still called on other member states to ratify the Treaty. "I believe ...
Activists Preparing Against Use of ‘Brown Note’ at Dem Convention
2008 06 14
Political activists planning protest rallies at the upcoming Democratic Convention in Denver have their stomachs in knots over a rumor about a crowd control weapon - known as the “crap cannon” - that might be unleashed against them. Also called “Brown Note,” it is believed to be an infrasound frequency that debilitates a person by making them defecate involuntarily. Mark ...
Pope Benedict XVI sets up anti-terrorist squad
2008 06 14
The Vatican has created an anti-terrorist unit in order to guard the Holy See and the pope from a possible attack. Vatican security forces now include an anti-bomb squad and a rapid response team, according to Domenico Giani, the head of the Holy See's 130-man gendarmerie. The Vatican will also work more closely with Interpol to gather information on any ...
Professor Designs Plasma-propelled Flying Saucer
2008 06 14
Flying saucers may soon be more fact than mere science fiction. University of Florida mechanical and aerospace engineering associate professor Subrata Roy has submitted a patent application for a circular, spinning aircraft design reminiscent of the spaceships seen in countless Hollywood films. Roy, however, calls his design a “wingless electromagnetic air vehicle,” or WEAV. The proposed prototype is small – ...
EU Dictators May Ram Through Lisbon Treaty Despite Irish Rejection
2008 06 14
Spearheaded by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and French President Nicolas Sarkozy, the EU and its member states, in their relentless pursuit of a federal superstate, may break its own laws and ram through the Lisbon Treaty despite it being rejected by Irish voters today. Under EU laws, if one of its member states rejects a treaty, the EU is ...
Ireland rejects EU reform treaty!
2008 06 14
Voters in the Irish Republic have rejected the European Union's Lisbon treaty in a vote by 53.4% to 46.6%. The poll is a major blow to leaders in the 27-nation EU, which requires all its members to ratify the treaty. Only Ireland has held a public vote. The European Commission says nations should continue to ratify the treaty, designed to ...
A computer that can 'read' your mind
2008 06 12
"We believe we have identified a number of the basic building blocks that the brain uses to represent meaning," said Mitchell. "Coupled with computational methods that capture the meaning of a word by how it is used in text files, these building blocks can be assembled to predict neural activation patterns for any concrete noun. And we have found that ...
Viewing Consumer Culture Through the Lens of Addiction
2008 06 12
In a system based on consumption, the best patient a doctor, therapist or pharmacist can ask for is one who never gets better. Is it any coincidence then that in the dominant model an addict always remains an addict? Under this rubric, the addict is always "recovering" and never "recovered." Imagine the psychological impact of imposing a perpetual sense of ...
Blackwater's Private CIA
2008 06 12
This past September, the secretive mercenary company Blackwater USA found its name splashed across front pages throughout the world after the company's shooters gunned down seventeen Iraqi civilians in Baghdad's Nisour Square. But by early 2008, Blackwater had largely receded from the headlines save for the occasional blip on the media radar sparked by Congressman Henry Waxman's ongoing investigations into ...
Your papers please: TSA bans ID-less flight
2008 06 12
"Beginning Saturday, June 21, 2008 passengers that willfully refuse to provide identification at security checkpoint will be denied access to the secure area of airports. This change will apply exclusively to individuals that simply refuse to provide any identification or assist transportation security officers in ascertaining their identity." This new procedure will not affect passengers that may ...
How Food Riots, Pricey Gas and Home Foreclosures Point to a Better Future
2008 06 11
We are beset today by a systemic global crisis that could open the way to hopeful transformation. It is up to us. Can anybody make sense of what the heck is going on today? A lead story in the news covers the rioting in Haiti and a half-dozen other nations as food prices soar. Another front-page column reports that the U.S. ...
Secret Plan To Kill Internet By 2012 Leaked?
2008 06 11
This is a good analysis by Paul Joseph Watson on this issue. ISP's have resolved to restrict the Internet to a TV-like subscription model where users will be forced to pay to visit selected corporate websites by 2012, while others will be blocked, according to a leaked report. Despite some people dismissing the story as a hoax, the wider plan ...
'Sustainable' bio-plastic can damage the environment
2008 06 11
The worldwide effort by supermarkets and industry to replace conventional oil-based plastic with eco-friendly "bioplastics" made from plants is causing environmental problems and consumer confusion, according to a Guardian study. The substitutes can increase emissions of greenhouse gases on landfill sites, some need high temperatures to decompose and others cannot be recycled in Britain. Many of the bioplastics are also contributing to ...
Education for World Government
2008 06 11
"I think the subject which will be of most importance politically is mass psychology. Mass psychology is, scientifically speaking, not a very advanced study [...] This study is immensely useful to practical men, whether they wish to become rich or to acquire the government. It is, of course, as a science, founded upon individual psychology, but hitherto it has employed ...
The Sheep Incident
2008 06 11
In March 1968, the toxin under scrutiny was VX, one of the most potent nerve agents in existence. The original compound was created by Ranajit Ghosh, a chemist working at Imperial Chemical Industries. The liquid proved to be an effective pesticide and it was quickly put on the market under the name Amiton. Not long afterwards, however, it was taken ...
US accused of holding terror suspects on prison ships
2008 06 11
The United States is operating "floating prisons" to house those arrested in its war on terror, according to human rights lawyers, who claim there has been an attempt to conceal the numbers and whereabouts of detainees. Details of ships where detainees have been held and sites allegedly being used in countries across the world have been compiled as the debate over ...
Plant poachers beware: Microchips being embedded in city-owned greenery in Palm Desert, elsewhere
2008 06 11
Palm Desert authorities plan to implant microchips on the plants to make them easier to trace if they are stolen. Installing microchips on the foliage also could aid in the prosecution of the thieves. Plant theft is a problem for many Inland cities, and law enforcement is trying to keep a step ahead. In addition to Palm Desert, cities that ...
How easy would it be to ban Water? Environmental Hysteria Exemplified (Video)
2008 06 10
Picked up from: lewrockwell.com Ed Comment: Pen and Teller does an updated version of the "dihydrogen monoxide hoax". This video demonstrates perfectly how you with the use of the right lingo or science semantics can convince hundreds of concerned environmentalists to sign a petition to ban H2O (water). Makes you wonder how many people actually have done some basic evaluation of the ...
Barack O’Bilderberg: Picking the President
2008 06 10
Sunday, June 8, 2008, marked the last day of this year’s annual Bilderberg meeting, which took place in Chantilly, Virginia. The American Friends of Bilderberg, an American Bilderberg front group, which organizes the American participant list for the annual Bilderberg conference, issued a rare press release this year. It stated that, "The Conference will deal mainly with a nuclear free ...
Bilderbergers Leave Confab To Initiate Fresh Orders
2008 06 10
The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York called for a global bank framework Monday just hours after leaving the Bilderberg Group meeting in Chantilly, Virginia. According to Bilderberg's list of attendees for this year, present at the secret meeting was Timothy Geithner, the Fed's President in New York. It therefore came as no great shock to see ...
Light fantastic: pedestrians to generate power
2008 06 10
Ed comment: If RFID is implemented together with this technology, it's also the first step towards getting Ubiquitous Computing into the city landscape. This is what Adam Greenfield called "Everyware". All touch, sensory and other Haptic devices can with the help of biometrics read WHO is walking on the floor and WHERE they are. The power of the wind and the ...
Permaculture in Action - Greening The Desert (Video)
2008 06 09
Permaculture in Action - Greening the Desert - Geoff Lawton's Ground Breaking implementation of Permaculture in The Dead Sea Valley. This video illustrates how Permaculture design techniques can restore a Salt Ridden Degraded Landscape to a flourishing and diverse Oasis. For more information about Geoff and his Permaculture work please visit; permaculture.org.au
Mercury Fillings Shattered! FDA, ADA Conspiracy to Poison Children with Toxic Mercury Fillings Exposed in Groundbreaking Lawsuit
2008 06 08
The FDA has, for decades, ridiculously insisted that mercury fillings pose no health threat whatsoever to children. While dismissing hundreds of studies showing a clear link between mercury amalgam fillings ("silver fillings") and disastrous neurological effects in the human body, the FDA denied the truth about mercury and effectively protected the mercury filling racket that has brought so much harm ...
Oz TV advises CO2-emitting children to die early
2008 06 08
Carbon Cult sickos are under fire for an interactive website that tells children they should die because they emit CO2. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation's "Planet Slayer" site invites young children to take a "greenhouse gas quiz", asking them "how big a pig are you?". At the end of the quiz, the pig explodes, and ABC tells children at "what age ...
Cell Phone Pop Corn (Cell Phone Pop Brain Cells)
2008 06 08
I notice a lot of pro and con discussion about popcorn and cellphones lately. Notice that the popcorn kernels are surrounded by at least three cellphones with antennae pointed at the kernels. Kernels must be in middle of area so all cellphone antennae transmissions center on them. I'm no physicist (B.S., M.E.), but after collecting info on unusual and rare ...
Official 2008 Bilderberg Participant List
2008 06 08
Bilderberg Meeting, "Chantilly, Virginia, USA", 5-8 June 2008, Current List of Participants. Josef Ackermann, John Adams, Fouad Ajami, Keith B. Alexander, Joaquín Almunia, George Alogoskoufis, Roger C. Altman, Ali Babacan, Jan Peter Balkenende, Francisco Pinto Balsemão, Nicolas Baverez, Franco Bernabè, Ben S. Bernanke, Carl Bildt, Antti Blåfield, Stine Bosse, Ian Brodie, Oscar Bronner, Henri de Castries, Juan Luis Cebrián,
Irish voters likely to sink EU treaty, poll shows
2008 06 08
The European Union is bracing itself for a fresh bout of doom and gloom as the Irish look increasingly likely to reject the new Lisbon treaty, wrecking years of efforts to reshape the way the community is run. The latest opinion poll shows those intending to vote against the EU's reform treaty doubling in strength in recent weeks, soaring to ...
America's Medicated Army
2008 06 07
Seven months after Sergeant Christopher LeJeune started scouting Baghdad's dangerous roads — acting as bait to lure insurgents into the open so his Army unit could kill them — he found himself growing increasingly despondent. "We'd been doing some heavy missions, and things were starting to bother me," LeJeune says. His unit had been protecting Iraqi police stations targeted by ...
Slide Rule Sense: Amazonian Indigenous Culture Demonstrates Universal Mapping Of Number Onto Space
2008 06 07
The ability to map numbers onto a line, a foundation of all mathematics, is universal, says a study published May 30 in the journal Science, but the form of this universal mapping is not linear but logarithmic. The findings illuminate both the nature and the limits of the human predisposition to measurement, a foundation for science, engineering, and much of ...
Germ war cloud floated over shire counties (1999)
2008 06 07
The names of a string of towns and villages from Yeovil to Guildford which were secretly sprayed in large-scale germ warfare experiments in the 1950s can today be revealed in newly released documents. Wiltshire, Hampshire, Berkshire, Dorset, Somerset and Surrey were the main areas for the trials conducted from the chemical and biological warfare establishment at Porton Down, Wiltshire. The ...
Court Claim: Chimps Are People, Too
2008 06 06
Matthew, a 26-year-old chimp, is headed to court in Europe as part of a human effort to classify him as a person. Beyond the legal challenges, anthropologists say chimpanzees are not humans, though without a clear definition of what it means to be human, backing that claim up is a challenge perhaps fit for some great courtroom drama. Animal rights activist and ...
Neuroweapons, war crimes and the preconscious brain
2008 06 06
A new generation of military technology interfaces directly with the brain to target and trigger weapons before our conscious mind is fully engaged. In a new article in the Cornell International Law Journal, lawyer Stephen White asks whether the concept of a 'war crime' becomes irrelevant if the unconscious mind is pulling the trigger. In most jurisdictions, the legal system makes a ...
Manufactured Scarcity - The Profits of Deindustrialisation
2008 06 06
The corporate raiders of the 1980s first worked out that you might be able to make more money downsizing, or even breaking up industry than building it up. It is a perverse result of the profit motive that private gain should grow out of public decay. But even the corporate raiders never dreamt of making deindustrialisation into an avowed ...
Who found Machu Picchu?
2008 06 06
When Peruvian locals led Hiram Bingham to Machu Picchu in 1911, it was a discovery which would make the Yale professor famous, highly respected and richer. Bingham went on to become a governor of Connecticut and member of the US senate, and his book on Machu Picchu became a bestseller. Such was his prominence in early 20th century archaeology, that some ...
Revealed: Secret plan to keep Iraq under US control
2008 06 06
A secret deal being negotiated in Baghdad would perpetuate the American military occupation of Iraq indefinitely, regardless of the outcome of the US presidential election in November. The terms of the impending deal, details of which have been leaked to The Independent, are likely to have an explosive political effect in Iraq. Iraqi officials fear that the accord, under which ...
Bush misused Iraq intelligence: Senate report
2008 06 06
President George W. Bush and his top policymakers misstated Saddam Hussein's links to terrorism and ignored doubts among intelligence agencies about Iraq's arms programs as they made a case for war, the Senate intelligence committee reported on Thursday. The report shows an administration that "led the nation to war on false premises," said the committee's Democratic Chairman, Sen. John Rockefeller ...
Army tackles ticking 2,000lb German bomb threatening to blow up Olympics site
2008 06 06
A huge operation will take place tonight to disarm a German bomb that threatens up to two square kilometres of east London. The 2,000lb device, believed to contain 1,000lb of high explosives, has been encased in a sand and wood 'igloo' to absorb any blast if it goes off. Tonight Royal Engineers plan to cut through the metal casing of ...
The sleepy port of Dunwich is about to yield its secrets
2008 06 06
As a great port on the East of England, Dunwich was nothing short of a medieval metropolis. Eight churches, eighty ships, five religious orders - including the Benedictines, Dominicans and Franciscans - and prosperity to rival London from its trade in wool, grain, fish and furs. Such was the city’s prestige that, under Edward I, it was granted two seats ...
Eight cloned cows born in Britain: How long before their meat and milk is in our shops?
2008 06 06
Eight 'clone farm' cows have been born in the UK, the Daily Mail can reveal. Their mother is a clone – created in a U.S. laboratory with cells taken from the ear of a prize-winning animal. Meat or milk from the calves, flown into Britain as frozen embryos and implanted into a surrogate, could be on sale here within months. ...
Bilderberg, Shadow Supergovernment
2008 06 06
It was particularly difficult this year to find out when and where the annual conclave of world powerbrokers, the Bilderberg Group, would take place. Finally, it appears certain that the highly secret meeting of western political-military elites will take place from June 5 – 8 in Chantilly, Virginia, near Washington, in a luxury hotel immersed in nature, the Westfield’s Marriott. ...
Nuclear Explosion Occurs Near Epicenter of the Sichuan Earthquake
2008 06 05
Boxun News, a Chinese-language Web site based outside China, reported that an unnamed expert has claimed that there was a nuclear explosion near the epicenter of the Sichuan earthquake, based on witness reports and the discovery of concrete rubble believed to have come from an underground military installation. The news of this nuclear explosion has raised questions about the cause ...
The Muslim Brotherhood "Project"
2008 06 05
One might be led to think that if international law enforcement authorities and Western intelligence agencies had discovered a twenty-year old document revealing a top-secret plan developed by the oldest Islamist organization with one of the most extensive terror networks in the world to launch a program of “cultural invasion” and eventual conquest of the West that virtually mirrors the ...
Insects (the original white meat)
2008 06 05
You bite into a piece of candy and find a cricket leg. Eewwww. Or notice that raisin in a bowl of cereal has legs and wings. Bam, down the disposal it goes. Such filth in foods is supposedly illegal, but the Food and Drug Administration’s actual tolerance is far from zero. FDA rules allow up to 60 insect fragments on ...
When good men learn helplessness
2008 06 05
In his book Thoughts on the Cause of Present Discontents" (1770), the British philosopher Edmund Burke wrote, "When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one…" This sentiment has survived as "All that is necessary for evil to succeed is that good men do nothing." Why do good men do nothing in the face of ...
The UN Fatwa on Freedom of Speech?
2008 06 05
In the times which may come, stand your ground. A little grit in the machinery of fascism and totalitarianism may go a long way to preventing a new equilibrium, in which governments own the individual like common property. There is little we can do to prevent our brethren being stampeded by their leaders, over the cliff and into slavery and ...
Feds Censor Sept. 11 Health Disaster
2008 06 04
More than 360 workers who dealt with the aftermath of the World Trade Center disaster are known to have died, New York health officials said in May. Of the more than 600 diagnosed with cancer (other than blood cancer), 80 are included in the death count. Other deaths were traced to blood cancers and heart and circulatory diseases. Five ex-workers ...
Billboards That Look Back
2008 06 04
In advertising these days, the brass ring goes to those who can measure everything — how many people see a particular advertisement, when they see it, who they are. All of that is easy on the Internet, and getting easier in television and print. Billboards are a different story. For the most part, they are still a relic of old-world media, ...
Is sex necessary for reproduction?
2008 06 04
Dr. Mark Hughes likes to startle audiences by declaring that sex may become outdated as a means of human reproduction. His field will replace it with technology, he submits. "It is going to be, 'Sex is just for fun,' " Hughes will tell a crowd. "In vitro fertilization is going to be for making your children." Hughes is joking - for the ...
Blair 'to devote life to faith'
2008 06 04
Former prime minister Tony Blair has promised to "spend the rest of my life" uniting the world's religions He said faith could be a "civilising force in globalisation", bringing people together to solve problems such as malaria and extreme poverty. Mr Blair, who is now a peace envoy to the Middle East, told Time magazine that religious belief had given him "strength" ...
It Isn’t Magic: Putin Opponents Vanish From TV
2008 06 04
On a talk show last fall, a prominent political analyst named Mikhail G. Delyagin had some tart words about Vladimir V. Putin. When the program was later televised, Mr. Delyagin was not. Not only were his remarks cut — he was also digitally erased from the show, like a disgraced comrade airbrushed from an old Soviet photo. (The technicians may ...
Obelisk looted by Mussolini to be re-erected after 70 years
2008 06 03
The ancient Axum obelisk is to be re-erected on a plateau in the north of Ethiopia this month, according to Unesco officials. The obelisk was looted from the holy city of Axum by Mussolini in 1937 and re-erected in Rome. It was returned to the east African nation in 2005. Nada Al Hassan, a programme specialist at the Unesco World ...
May 28, 585 B.C.: Predicted Solar Eclipse Stops Battle
2008 06 03
585 B.C.: A solar eclipse in Asia Minor brings an abrupt halt to a battle, as the warring armies lay down their arms and declare a truce. Historical astronomy later sets a likely date, providing a debatable calculation point for pinning down some dates in ancient history. This was not the first recorded solar eclipse. After failing to predict one ...
Phoenix Impact Through the Looking-Glass
2008 06 01
Cyclone Nargis, China quake, Cupid, Demons & Angels. Narcissus became entranced by his own reflection in a pool and tried to seduce the beautiful boy, not realizing it was himself. He only realized that it was his reflection after trying to kiss it. Completing the symmetry of the tale, out of sorrow Narcissus took his sword and killed himself; his ...
Brain downloads 'will make lessons pointless'
2008 06 01
Children will learn by downloading information directly into their brains within 30 years, the head of Britain's top private schools organisation has predicted. Chris Parry, the new chief executive of the Independent Schools Council, said "Matrix-style" technology would render traditional lessons obsolete. He told the Times Educational Supplement: "It's a very short route from wireless technology to actually getting the ...
Raytheon's Pain Ray: Coming to a Protest Near You?
2008 06 01
How long before the "Holy Grail of crowd control" is used to quell domestic dissent? Coming soon, from the folks who brought you the microwave -- Raytheon! After more than ten years in the making and at a cost of over 40 million dollars, 'Silent Guardian', or Active Denial System, (ADS, in it's formal mood), is almost ready for public ...
Religion is a product of evolution, software suggests
2008 06 01
God may work in mysterious ways, but a simple computer program may explain how religion evolved. By distilling religious belief into a genetic predisposition to pass along unverifiable information, the program predicts that religion will flourish. However, religion only takes hold if non-believers help believers out – perhaps because they are impressed by their devotion. "If a person is willing ...
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 ...
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