Red Ice Membership



August 2008

Shiva's Cosmic Dance at CERN
2008 08 31
On June 18, 2004, an unusual new landmark was unveiled at CERN, the European Center for Research in Particle Physics in Geneva — a 2m tall statue of the Indian deity Shiva Nataraja, the Lord of Dance. The statue, symbolizing Shiva's cosmic dance of creation and destruction, was given to CERN by the Indian government to celebrate the research center's ...
New Orleanians told to flee storm (Video)
2008 08 31
The mayor of New Orleans has issued a mandatory evacuation order for the entire city, as Hurricane Gustav bears down on the US Gulf Coast. Ray Nagin said residents of the city's West Bank should begin moving out at 0800 (1300 GMT) on Sunday, with the East Bank leaving at midday (1700 GMT). He called it "the storm of the ...
“Reuters” faked images of Georgian victims allegedly killed by Russian attacks
2008 08 31
How psychological warefare was used during the Caucasian War by western corporate media against Russia. Tlaxcala published these evidence weeks ago. It is time to realize the dimension of effect on our minds by modern media warfare. On September 1 the European Union is going to meet in Brussell to debate sanctions against Russia who has been attacked by NATO-backed ...
David Kelly's closest female confidante on why he COULDN'T have killed himself
2008 08 31
A female confidante of Dr David Kelly raised disturbing new questions last night over how the Ministry of Defence weapons inspector was able to kill himself. After his body was discovered in woods near his Oxfordshire home in July 2003, a Government inquiry led by Lord Hutton ruled that he committed suicide by slashing his left wrist with a knife ...
The White House Admits Manipulating and Controlling FOX News (Video)
2008 08 31
Just in case you didn't know: The White House admits frequent control and manipulation of O'Reiley, Hannity and FOX News. Ed Comment: This "disclosure" comes very timely considering that the illuminati are going to put the Democrat Obama in the Whitehouse. FOX needs to officially be discredited at this time because they have been the lap dog of the Neo-Con's (Republicans). ...
Putin: U.S. Staged Georgian Conflict
2008 08 30
In an interview with CNN, Russia’s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has stated that the Georgian-South Ossetian conflict may have been manufactured by the White House for domestic political reasons. Putin also says that preliminary reports show U.S. citizens may have been present in the combat zone. "We have serious reason to believe that American citizens were right at the heart ...
Immaterial display allows viewers to handle 3D images in air
2008 08 30
In the future of immersive entertainment, people may not only walk through floating 3D images, but also manipulate the images in thin air. Taking a step toward this reality, researchers have built a prototype of a room-sized 3D immaterial display, demonstrating the possibility of using the technology for a variety of entertainment purposes.
The puppet masters behind Georgia President Saakashvili
2008 08 30
Mikheil Saakashvilii's inauguration as President of Georgia On January 4, 2004 The controversy over the Georgian surprise military attacks on South Ossetia and Abkhazia on 8.8.08 makes a closer look at the controversial Georgian President and his puppet masters important. An examination shows 41-year-old Mikheil Saakashvili to be a ruthless and corrupt totalitarian who is tied to not only the US ...
The Lighting Ceremony of the Olympic Flame (From March 2008) (Video)
2008 08 30
Symbolism, Rituals and Sun Worship. The Olympic torch has been lit on March 24 in front of the Temple of Hera on the historic grounds of Olympia, in the birthplace of Olympism, where the Ancient Olympic Games took place. The flame was lit successfully by a Holy Priestess, according to the traditional ritual, using the sun's rays and a parabolic ...
Steve Willner's & Jake Kotze's Synchromystic Tripple (Video)
2008 08 30
Steve Willner from Labyrinth of the Psychonaut and Jake Kotze from The Blob team up for a superb Synchromystic Tripple. Masquerade Infernale, The Hanged Man, and The Loom of Fate Decapitated Heads, 888, and The Serpent of the Crossing Pandora's Box, Sobek, and The Gateway to Shangri-La Video's from: http://youtube.com/soundlessdawn
Strife over shots: Should our kids play together?
2008 08 30
Divided on vaccines, parents are polarized on the playground sidelines. Karey Williams never thought a parenting decision would come between her and a good friend. The two had known one another for a decade, supported each other through infertility treatment and had their first babies around the same time. But when she told the friend that she had stopped vaccinating ...
Beijing Controls Tibetans Using Skynet Electronic Surveillance
2008 08 29
Skynet is now operational in Tibet. Beijing installed cameras in every district to monitor Tibetans. Currently, Tibetans must obtain passes from the government to enter cities. The Skynet monitoring systems have been installed in Tibetan regions such as Ganzi in Sichuan Province. According to the Ganzi government’s website, the Skynet Project is to reinforce the public safety system and create a ...
"Obama's Soundtrack" - Easy & Sleezy Choreographed Tricks (Video)
2008 08 29
This shows how emotional politics is, and it shows how carefully choreographed these events are. It's synthetic, fake, artificial, scripted and meticulously planned on many levels. Music is a very powerful tool to help you "sway" in the right (or left) direction. Very easy, very sleazy and very efficient.
Members of British parliament fight to abolish oath of allegiance to the Queen
2008 08 29
THE oath of allegiance to the Queen should be scrapped and MPs required to pledge to serve their constituents instead, according to a cross-party group. MPs and AMs have to swear an oath to the monarch, and although several have raised objections to the system in the past, there has never been a mainstream campaign for change. Now a group ...
Swedish sea monster 'caught on film'?
2008 08 28
Report from SVT (in Swedish) - Storsjöodjuret fångad på film A group of filmmakers claim to have successfully captured Sweden’s legendary Great Lake Sea Monster (Storsjöodjuret), which is said to lurk in the waters of the Storsjön outside Östersund in northern Sweden. A film crew which set up cameras on one of the lake’s islets last spring now say that they have ...
The Labyrinthine Search
2008 08 28
The labyrinth was said to be more impressive than any of these other monuments, and it is alas a fact that the labyrinth is now totally destroyed – or still hidden by the desert’s sands, waiting to be discovered. Erich von Däniken believes that the labyrinth is “waiting for a modern-day Heinrich Schliemann.” The question is therefore whether the Holy ...
Why was Cheney's guy in Georgia before the war?
2008 08 28
What was a top national security aide to Vice President Dick Cheney doing in Georgia shortly before Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili's troops engaged in what became a disastrous fight with South Ossetian rebels -- and then Russian troops? Not, according to the vice president's office, what you might think -- if your thinking takes you into the realm of Cheney ...
Pictured: The miniature 'Greek temple' from which Barack Obama will launch his final push for the U.S. presidency
2008 08 28
Barack Obama's big speech tonight will be delivered from an elaborate columned platform resembling a miniature Greek temple, it has been revealed. The stage is similar to structures used for rock concerts and has been set up at the 50-yard-line, the midpoint of Invesco Field, the stadium where the Denver Broncos' American football team plays. Up to 80,000 supporters ...
Turley fears Dems will let alleged 'Bush crimes' stay buried forever
2008 08 28
George W. Bush has been more sparing than most presidents in handing out pardons, but it is starting to seem that the conclusion of his term in office may be marked by a generous use of the pardon power to let members of his own administration off the hook. What's more, constitutional lawyer Jonathan Turley believes that the Democrats will ...
Some solar flares may be caused by dark matter
2008 08 28
Some solar flares may be caused by dark matter particles called axions spewing out from the centre of the Sun, new calculations suggest. Solar flares are sudden changes in the Sun's brightness thought to be caused when twisted magnetic fields on the Sun snap and reconnect explosively. But they could also be caused by dark matter, the mysterious entity that makes ...
Pre-Incan female Wari mummy unearthed in Peru
2008 08 28
Photo SlideshowArcheologists working at Peru's Huaca Pucllana ruins pulled a mummy from a tomb on Tuesday, thought to be from the ancient Wari culture that flourished before the Incas. Besides the female mummy, the tomb contained the remains of two other adults and a child. It is the first intact Wari burial site discovered at Huaca Pucllana in the capital Lima, ...
Neo's Passport in the Matrix Expired on 9/11/2001 (Pic)
2008 08 28
Some personal information can be seen on Thomas Anderson's "criminal record" that Agent Smith glances at when he interrogates Neo: The place of his birth is CAPITAL CITY USA, his date of birth is the 13th of September 1971, the passport was issued on the 12th of September 1991 and will expire on the 11th of September 2001.
Illusions: The Eyes Have It
2008 08 27
The eyes are the windows to the soul. This fact is why we ask people to look us in the eye and tell us the truth. Or why we get worried when someone gives us the evil eye or has a wandering eye. Our everyday language is full of expressions that refer to where people around us are looking. Particularly ...
Ireland shoots down idea of swift Lisbon revote
2008 08 27
The Irish government has insisted that no second referendum on the Lisbon Treaty is in the works after Europe minister Dick Roche on the weekend told press that another vote on the text would be "appropriate." "Nothing whatsoever has been decided vis-a-vis the next step, because we're only in the process of analysis at this stage," the Irish Times quotes ...
ATLAS - Episode 1 - A New Hope (Video)
2008 08 27
ATLAS, A New Hope is the first episode in a three part series that uncovers the mysteries of the ATLAS experiment.
Defense Intelligence Agency Seeking "Mind Control" Weapons
2008 08 27
A new report from the National Academy of Sciences' National Research Council (NRC) argues that the Pentagon should harvest the fruits of neuroscientific research in order to enhance the "warfighting" capabilities of U.S. soldiers while diminishing those of enemy personnel. The 151-page report issued by a 16-member blue ribbon commission, "Cognitive Neuroscience Research and National Security," was quietly announced in ...
ZIGGURAT: Dubai Carbon Neutral Pyramid will House 1 Million
2008 08 27
The Mayans and Egyptians constructed incredible feats of architecture able to weather the test of time, but they had no idea their pyramids would inspire the shape of the latest carbon-neutral super-structure to hit Dubai. Dubai-based environmental design firm Timelinks recently released some eye-catching renderings of the gigantic eco pyramid - aptly named Ziggurat - with plans for its official ...
How the Perverted News Media Manipulates via NLP (Video)
2008 08 26
Ed Comment: This is a very good and informative in depth analysis of how the perverted news media manipulates both the viewer and the “conspiracy nut” interviewee (in this case Professor Kevin Barrett) using Neuro-linguistic programming, psycho sorcery, hand gestures, words and other techniques to disrupt, derail and discredit the topic, the professor and at the same time shaping and ...
No snapping: Photographers get collars felt
2008 08 26
Fancy getting your camera out this Bank Holiday weekend? Best be careful who you point it at. For instance, don’t go taking snaps of unmarked police cars. This was the mistake made by amateur photographer David Gates, who photographed a Police BMW parked illegally at a bus stop in Portsmouth, Hants. Before you could say “Cheese!”, the Police were on ...
Agenda 21 – The UN Blueprint for the 21st Century
2008 08 26
As described in my previous article on Sustainable Development, Agenda 21 was the main outcome of the United Nation’s Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. Agenda 21 outlines, in detail, the UN’s vision for a centrally managed global society. This contract binds governments around the world to the United Nation’s plan for controlling the way we live, ...
Park surveillance camera can zoom in and read what you’re reading
2008 08 26
A surveillance camera on the second floor of the Central Park Complex at Franklin and Locust streets allows them that option. Officials say they aren’t interested in being nosy for nosiness’ sake. But they want the camera – which came as a surprise to parkgoers – to stay, nonetheless. “Central Park is so important to downtown – with concerts, the ...
How RFID Tags Could Be Used to Track Unsuspecting People
2008 08 26
If you live in a state bordering Canada or Mexico, you may soon be given an opportunity to carry a very high tech item: a remotely readable driver’s license. Designed to identify U.S. citizens as they approach the nation’s borders, the cards are being promoted by the Department of Homeland Security as a way to save time and simplify border ...
Is Computer Use Changing Children?
2008 08 25
As the age at which children start to get familiar with computers and the net gets ever lower, questions are starting to be asked about what that exposure is doing to our children's brains and their ability to concentrate. These questions are ones which eminent neuroscientist Baroness Greenfield says needs to be confronted. The director of the Royal Institution says ...
Detonating Hive Mentality: The Way Of The Outsider
2008 08 25
Quality, depth and truth are rarely, if ever, found in the mainstream. Whether in art, music, literature, science, history or knowledge itself, the good stuff always emanates from the outside. The mainstream edifice lies at the heart of every industrialized society. It is presented to the populace as a guidebook of how to live: what to do, what to consume, ...
Vaccine-wary parents spark public health worry
2008 08 25
Isabella Parker knows there are two things a big girl needs before she can go to kindergarten: a new backpack and a set of shots so she won’t get sick. So the brown-eyed 5-year-old doesn’t flinch when nurse Katy Cowan jabs two sharp needles quickly into each arm. Within seconds, Isabella is inoculated against diseases once regarded as the scourges ...
NIST WTC 7 Report: Shameful, Embarrassing And Completely Flawed
2008 08 25
In its final report on the collapse of WTC 7 that news outlets are reporting “puts 9/11 conspiracy theories to bed,” NIST claims that the never before observed “new phenomenon” of “thermal expansion” was to blame for the destruction of the building, a completely ludicrous conclusion in a report that simply ignores eyewitness testimony and hard evidence that points to ...
How Israel Trained and Equipped Georgia's Army
2008 08 21
The Russian military blasted Israel today for supplying weapons and training to its adversaries in Georgia. "Israel armed the Georgian army," Russian Deputy Chief of General Staff Gen. Anatoly Nogovitsyn told a Moscow press conference. Jerusalem provided Tblisi with "eight types of military vehicles, explosives, landmines and special explosives for the clearing minefields."
Lawsuit seeks EPA pesticide data
2008 08 21
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is refusing to disclose records about a new class of pesticides that could be playing a role in the disappearance of millions of honeybees in the United States, a lawsuit filed Monday charges. The Natural Resources Defense Council wants to see the studies that the EPA required when it approved a pesticide made by Bayer ...
Scientists design shield to prevent deadly pacemaker hijack
2008 08 21
A 'cloaking' device that stops computer hackers maliciously hijacking pacemakers' radio signals could save lives, say scientists. Doctors are increasingly using wireless pacemakers to monitor the regulation of patients' heartbeats, and can even adjust the settings remotely. But earlier this year a team of US scientists using a radio signal were able to simulate interference with the devices and claimed ...
Sarkozy renews Afghan commitment
2008 08 21
President Sarkozy has pledged France's continued commitment to Afghanistan after visiting French troops and meeting President Hamid Karzai. He was speaking in Kabul after French troops suffered some of their worst casualties in recent times. Ten French soldiers were killed and 21 injured in an ambush by Taleban fighters east of the capital, Kabul.
Operation Sarkozy
2008 08 21
How the CIA planted one of its agents as President of the French Republic Nicolas Sarkozy should be judged on his actions and not on his personality. But when his actions surprise even his own electors, it is legitimate to examine in detail his biography and to ask about the alliances which brought him to power. Thierry Meyssan decided to write the ...
Riddle of the skull: What was a white woman doing in New Zealand 100 years before Europeans settled there?
2008 08 20
The discovery of a yellowing, cracked skull on a riverbank in New Zealand’s North Island had baffled scientists. Their research has shown the skull belonged to a European woman who lived about 270 years ago – a century before the first known arrival of white settlers in the country. Even an inquest into the woman’s death has failed to solve ...
Zbigniew Brzezinski: Staring Down the Russians
2008 08 20
The end of the Cold War was supposed to usher in a new age in which the major powers would no longer dictate to their neighbors how to run their affairs. That is why Russia's invasion of Georgia is so tragic and so potentially ominous. Russia is now on watch: Will it continue to rely on coercion to achieve its ...
U.S. Army Research Office Spend $4 million to Study Synthetic Telepathy
2008 08 20
Researchers get grant to develop communication system based on thoughts, not speech A team of UC Irvine scientists has been awarded a $4 million grant from the U.S. Army Research Office to study the neuroscientific and signal-processing foundations of synthetic telepathy. The research could lead to a communication system that would benefit soldiers on the battlefield and paralysis and stroke patients, according ...
Scientist Predicts Ice Age Within 10 Years
2008 08 20
As evidence builds of the earth entering a dramatic cooling trend, another scientist has gone public with his conviction that we are about to enter a new ice age, rendering warnings about global warming fraudulent and irrelevant. Victor Manuel Velasco Herrera of the Institute of Geophysics at the University of Mexico states that “In about ten years the Earth will ...
The Danger of Stress
2008 08 19
Getting stressed isn't just a state of mind. It can also seriously harm the body. You probably think you're doing everything you can to stay healthy: you get lots of sleep, exercise regularly and try to avoid fried foods. But you may be forgetting one important thing. Relax! Stress has a bigger impact on your health than you might realize, according ...
Who IS Robert Anton Wilson?
2008 08 18
Robert Anton Wilson or RAW 1932 – January 11, 2007 was an American novelist, essayist, philosopher, psychonaut, futurologist and libertarian. Wilson described his writing as an "attempt to break down conditioned associations—to look at the world in a new way, with many models recognized as models or maps and no one model elevated to the Truth." ... "My goal is ...
Solar Power Tower Delivers Clean and Consistent Energy
2008 08 18
This report isn't just about solar power, it's about a proven, existing, power plant technology already in commercial use in spain that requires no hydrocarbon fuels of any type, no nuclear fuel, or any type of current fuels that we use in other types of power plants, and the best part is, it emits zero pollutants & zero waste, it's ...
Future wars 'to be fought with mind drugs'
2008 08 18
Future wars could see opponents attacking each other's minds, according to a report for the US military. Landmines releasing brain-altering chemicals, scanners reading soldiers' minds and devices boosting eyesight and hearing could all one figure in arsenals, suggests the study. Sophisticated drugs, designed for dementia patients but also allowing troops to stay awake and alert for several days are expected ...
'Obama the Antichrist?' CNN asks
2008 08 18
Apparently a not-insignificant number of Americans, after viewing John McCain's Web ad The One, with its Messianic overtones -- come away thinking that Barack Obama has been sent from Hell to Earth to turn its citizens against God. For inspiration, some of these people seem to be drawing from the fictional Left Behind series, which posits a dystopian future where ...
Prince 'must prove anti-GM claim'
2008 08 18
The environment minister has challenged Prince Charles to prove his claim that GM crops could cause a global environmental disaster. In an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, Phil Woolas said it was now down to the opponents of genetically modified food to prove it was unsafe. "If it has been a disaster then please provide the evidence," he said. On ...
The bionic eye: Light-curving camera that may help the blind to see
2008 08 18
For years, scientists have set their sights on creating bionic eye transplants to help the blind see. Yesterday they came a step closer after announcing they had made a camera that can reproduce human vision. American researchers predict it will revolutionise digital photography and video - and one day even give the gift of sight.
Robot wars helping British troops (Video)
2008 08 18
A competition to design new technology for the military is being held in a mocked-up wartime village on Salisbury Plain. The BBC's Alison Harper has been to see it. You can feel the tension in the air. The team's eyes darting from rooftop to ground looking for threats. Around the next corner, is there an ambush waiting? Or are they ...
EU To Become Union Of European Regions
2008 08 18
The nation-state has had its day, writes political scientist Winfried Boettcher. He calls instead for a Europe built along regional lines that would help meet people’s cultural and economic needs. The approach towards unifying Europe has not changed since the founding of the Coal and Steel Community over 50 years ago. The future is federal. By contrast, I believe that ...
The War on Terrorism Brings Mass Surveillance – In Sweden
2008 08 18
On June 18 a new law was passed in Sweden granting the national defense’s civilian agency National Defence Radio Establishment (FRA) the right to collect and analyze all communication data that in some way passes the borders of the Kingdom of Sweden. As a small country with extensive government and business collaboration with the other Nordic countries, most domestic communication ...
Catholic Inquisition reigns supreme in Depp movie under development
2008 08 18
Rex Mundi is set in an alternate history where Martin Luther was assassinated, the Reformation never took place, and the Catholic Church still reigns supreme. The comics take place in the 1930’s, in a world where the Inquisition still runs rampant, Europe is ruled by monarchs, but magic manages to exist.
'Spy-in-the-sky' paves way for UK road pricing
2008 08 18
Motorists are being warned they may face "pay as you drive" road taxes as ministers launch the first ever trials of a scheme that could see them charged for every mile they drive. The Telegraph can disclose that the Government is pushing ahead with plans for a national road-pricing scheme, including testing "spy in the sky" technology. Eight areas of ...
The Largest Human-Made Art on Earth
2008 08 16
Take the huge dry lake bed. Choose a stick. Make the largest sand drawing on Earth. Next on the list could be - aliens see it, make contact. Well, even without aliens, this art is more than mind-boggling in its scale. It's planet-altering. Jim Denevan made the world's largest freehand drawing a few weeks ago on a dry lake in ...
Portal to mythical Mayan underworld Xibalba found in Mexico
2008 08 16
Archeologists Victoria Rojas (front) and Lara Hindersten (back) work at a site at the village of Tahtzibichen in Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, April 12, 2008. Mexican archeologists have discovered a maze of stone temples in underground caves, some submerged in water and containing human bones, which ancient Mayans believed was a portal where dead souls entered the underworld. Clad in scuba gear and ...
Russia threatens nuclear strike on Poland as Cameron demands withdrawal from Georgia
2008 08 16
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has signed a ceasefire agreement to end the hostilities with Georgia over the breakaway region of South Ossetia, but troops remain in the area. Medvedev followed Georgian Prime Minister Mikhail Saakashvili, who signed the peace deal on Friday. The Kremlin's chief spokeswoman, Natalia Timakova said: 'The President informed participants of the security council meeting that he ...
Scientists "listen" to plants to find water pollution
2008 08 16
Scientists in Israel have discovered a new way to test for water pollution by "listening" to what the plants growing in water have to say. By shining a laser beam on the tiny pieces of algae floating in the water, the researchers said they hear sound waves that tell them the type and amount of contamination in the water. "It is a ...
S. Korea team delivers first commercial dog clone
2008 08 15
An American woman received five puppies Tuesday that were cloned from her beloved late pit bull, becoming the inaugural customer of a South Korean company that says it is the world's first successful commercial canine cloning service. Seoul-based RNL Bio said the clones of Bernann McKinney's dog Booger were born last week after being cloned in cooperation with a team ...
Detention camp Setup for DNC Protestors and Mass Arrests (Video)
2008 08 15
Denver officials weren't planning to reveal details about where activists would be detained in the event of mass arrests during the Democratic National Convention until after the event had started, but those plans were quickly dashed this week when CBS 4News reporter Rick Sallinger not only revealed that protesters would be locked up in a city-owned warehouse, but he also ...
US and Poland sign deal - Missile Defence Shield operational by 2012
2008 08 15
Poland has signed a preliminary deal with the US on plans to host part of its new missile defence shield. Under the agreement, the US will install 10 interceptor missiles at a base on the Baltic coast in return for help strengthening Polish air defences. The US says the system will protect itself and Europe against long range missile attacks ...
Dearth Of Sunspot Activity To Herald New Ice Age?
2008 08 15
A top observatory that has been measuring sun cycles for over 200 years predicts that global temperatures will drop by two degrees over the next two decades as solar activity grinds to a halt and the planet drastically cools down, potentially heralding the onset of a new ice age. While the mass media, Al Gore and politicized bodies like the ...
EU wants peacekeepers 'on the ground' in Georgia
2008 08 15
EU foreign ministers on Wednesday (13 August) agreed to send peacekeepers to help supervise the fragile Russia-Georgia ceasefire, putting off discussions on potential diplomatic sanctions against Russia until next month. "The European Union must be prepared to commit itself, including on the ground," the EU joint statement said, asking EU top diplomat Javier Solana to draft more detailed proposals for ...
Blueprints of the Cosmos
2008 08 15
The causal relationship between cymatic pattern and Hindu-Yantra exposes the essential pattern underlying the universe. Phenomena that confirm this blueprint are convergent evolution, stigmergy (swarm-intelligence), chaos/complexity theory, exaptation, gestalt, Plato’s-problem and perhaps even sympathetic magic. The unified-field and collective unconscious are the same; science explains the metaphysical. Ancient Yantra-Mandalas catalogue the morphology of the unified-field. Cross-referencing quantum theory, biologist ...
It is time USA should call a spade a spade
2008 08 14
Gates uses the term ‘long war’ introduced by his predecessor, Donald Rumsfeld. The official uses the term to assimilate the war against terrorism to Soviet communism and German Nazism. Gates turned down the idea of giving the first priority to the preventive use of military force. He urges the current and the future US administration to cooperate with other countries ...
Converting gas-powered cars to electric
2008 08 14
Larry Horsley loves that he doesn't buy much gas, even though he drives his '95 Chevy S-10 back and forth to work each day. Horsley, a self-described do-it-yourselfer, simply plugs his truck into an electric wall outlet in his Douglasville, Georgia, garage and charges it overnight, instead of buying gasoline refined from mostly imported oil. "If I can keep a ...
Uncle Sam Wants Your Brain
2008 08 14
Drugs that make soldiers want to fight. Robots linked directly to their controllers' brains. Lie-detecting scans administered to terrorist suspects as they cross U.S. borders. These are just a few of the military uses imagined for cognitive science -- and if it's not yet certain whether the technologies will work, the military is certainly taking them very seriously. "It's way ...
Tour of LA robot show (Video)
2008 08 14
Rajesh Mirchandani looks at some of the latest robots on display at the Siggraph Emerging Technologies conference in Los Angeles.
Prince Charles warns GM crops risk causing the biggest-ever environmental disaster
2008 08 14
The mass development of genetically modified crops risks causing the world's worst environmental disaster, The Prince of Wales has warned. In his most outspoken intervention on the issue of GM food, the Prince said that multi-national companies were conducting an experiment with nature which had gone "seriously wrong". The Prince, in an exclusive interview with the Daily Telegraph, also expressed ...
US warns Russia of lasting impact
2008 08 14
US defence chief Robert Gates has said he sees no prospect of using US military force in Georgia, following its week-long conflict with Russia. But he warned that US-Russia relations could be adversely affected for years as a result of Moscow's actions. His words came as Russia's foreign minister said Georgia would not regain control of the breakaway region of ...
War in Georgia: The Israeli connection
2008 08 12
For past seven years, Israeli companies have been helping Gerogian army to preparer for war against Russia through arms deals, training of infantry units and security advice. The fighting which broke out over the weekend between Russia and Georgia has brought Israel's intensive involvement in the region into the limelight. This involvement includes the sale of advanced weapons to Georgia ...
Russia 'ends Georgia operation'
2008 08 12
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has ordered an end to military operations against Georgia, the Kremlin says. He told officials he had decided to end the campaign after restoring security for Russian citizens and peacekeepers in South Ossetia. Before Mr Medvedev's statement, there were fresh reports of Russian warplanes bombing the Georgian town of Gori. The conflict began last Thursday, when ...
BP shuts down Georgia pipelines
2008 08 12
Energy giant BP says it has shut two of three pipelines that run through Georgia as a precautionary measure. A spokeswoman for the firm said the oil and gas pipelines, which run from the Caspian Sea into Georgia, had not been damaged by the recent fighting. The oil pipeline, which BP owns as part of a consortium, can carry up ...
American Mercenary Captured By Russians
2008 08 12
An American mercenary has been captured by Russian forces along with a number of Georgian soldiers according to a report from the Russian news website Izvestia, providing more evidence that the U.S. and NATO are covertly supporting the Georgian army in a proxy war with Russia. According to the report, the mercenary is an African-American who is a NATO instructor ...
Jersey abuse case: 'Old boy network' is obstructing police investigation
2008 08 12
An "old boy network" of officials is deliberately obstructing police investigating decades of alleged abuse at care homes in Jersey, according to the police officer who spearheaded the inquiry. Deputy Chief Officer Lenny Harper angrily hit out at the figures who he says have engaged in a "day by day attack" on the inquiry team and the alleged victims of ...
Georgia 'overrun' by Russian troops as full-scale ground invasion begins
2008 08 12
Georgian officials tonight claimed the country had been 'overrun' by Russian troops after a full-scale ground invasion. Amid reports that Moscow forces had taken the town of Gori - and were marching on the capital Tsblisi - Georgian soldiers appeared to be in full retreat. Troops were apparently in complete chaos as a full-scale rout pushed them back through the ...
Russian troops in Georgia advance
2008 08 12
Russian forces have entered Georgia from the breakaway region of Abkhazia, as the conflict between the two neighbours appears to be broadening. Moscow said troops had raided the town of Senaki to destroy a military base. It later said they had left the town. Russian troops also pushed into Georgia from South Ossetia and were now outside the town of ...
Invisibility cloak 'step closer'
2008 08 12
Scientists in the US say they are a step closer to developing materials that could render people invisible. Researchers at the University of California in Berkeley have developed a material that can bend light around 3D objects making them "disappear". The materials do not occur naturally but have been created on a nano scale, measured in billionths of a metre. ...
Israel backs Georgia in Caspian Oil Pipeline Battle with Russia
2008 08 10
the Russians are backing the separatists of S. Ossetia and neighboring Abkhazia as payback for the strengthening of American influence in tiny Georgia and its 4.5 million inhabitants. However, more immediately, the conflict has been sparked by the race for control over the pipelines carrying oil and gas out of the Caspian region. The Russians may just bear with the ...
Georgia 'pulls out of S Ossetia'
2008 08 10
Georgia has said its troops have pulled out of the breakaway region of South Ossetia and that Russian forces are in control of its capital, Tskhinvali. But Russia said that while heavy artillery had been seen leaving the territory, Georgian troops were still present in other areas of the region. Georgian officials later accused Russia of escalating the conflict in ...
1,500 civilians dead as Russia 'goes to war' with Georgia over breakaway region
2008 08 09
At least 1,500 people, most of them civilians, were killed yesterday in heavy fighting between Russia and one of its former Soviet satellites. With the eyes of the world on the Olympics, a day of drama and bloodshed left Moscow on the the brink of all-out war with U.S.-backed Georgia. Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili, who declared a state of martial ...
Georgia launches major attack on rebel province despite ceasefire
2008 08 09
The Georgian military attacked the capital of breakaway South Ossetia on Friday with tanks and infantry and bombed a village, despite a ceasefire declared by Georgia, the separatist government said. Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili had declared a unilateral ceasefire late on Thursday, soon before the UN Security Council gathered for an emergency meeting amid fears of full-scale war breaking out ...
Beijing Olympics visitors tracked by massive Big Brother surveillance network
2008 08 09
The blocking of human rights websites in China leading up to the Olympics is part of an information control and surveillance network awaiting visitors that will include monitoring devices in hotels and taxis and snoops almost everywhere. Government agents or their proxies are suspected of stepping up cyber-attacks on overseas Tibetan, human rights and press freedom groups and the banned ...
Russian forces battle Georgians
2008 08 09
Russian forces are locked in fierce clashes with Georgia inside its breakaway South Ossetia region, reports say, amid fears of all-out war. Moscow sent armoured units across the border after Georgia moved against Russian-backed separatists. Russia says 12 of its soldiers are dead, and separatists estimate that 1,400 civilians have died. Georgia accuses Russia of waging war, and says it ...
U.S. Attacks Russia Through Client State Georgia
2008 08 09
Georgian forces, trained and equipped by the Pentagon and the U.S. government, killed 10 Russian peacekeepers early this morning in a provocation attack that has escalated into military conflict, but the subsequent corporate media coverage would have us believe that the U.S. and NATO-backed client state Georgia is a helpless victim, when in actual fact a far more nuanced geopolitical ...
Crop Circle 080808 Below Milk Hill, nr Alton Barnes, Wiltshire
2008 08 08
Figure of 8 formation and its big. It was cold, it was windy and wet but it was worth the wait. Didn't see the masters at work thou. Formation appears to be a figure of 8 with tear drops. To the best of my knowledge there was no one on Milk hill during the night watch. !!! Its interesting to ...
Brian Gerrish - Common Purpose, New World Order, Fifth Column (Video)
2008 08 07
Brian Gerrish presents in Bournemouth June 28 2008. Brian presents more documentation about Common Purpose and the latest updates. Brian and his team have been especially courageous and patriotic in their efforts to save the independence of their nation... this being the Post Democratic Era where control of the country has been taken from the people. The longer covert groups ...
Anger at plans for EU wide police force with powers to snoop on Britons
2008 08 07
Vast amounts of personal data on British citizens will be sent abroad, under advancing plans for a European-wide police force. EU ministers have also called for top-secret intelligence to be pooled between the 27 member states - and shared with US authorities. National police forces would be integrated, and a European-wide police force or 'gendarmerie' set up to fight crime ...
Knights Templar heirs in legal battle with the Pope
2008 08 07
The heirs of the Knights Templar have launched a legal battle in Spain to force the Pope to restore the reputation of the disgraced order which was accused of heresy and dissolved seven centuries ago. The Association of the Sovereign Order of the Temple of Christ, whose members claim to be descended from the legendary crusaders, have filed a lawsuit ...
Kent Daniel Bentkowski “Kentroversy" has passed away
2008 08 07
We're very sad to announce that our good friend, researcher and frequent guest on Red Ice Creations Radio, Kent Daniel Bentkowski or “Kentroversy” has passed away. He died Wednesday, July 30th, 2008 in his home. He is survived by his widow Paula, son Anthony, and Sister Esther. His wife Paula suggested that anyone who wanted to send a memorial should donate to ...
The Dark Knight Curse
2008 08 06
Batman beheading? Have people so quickly forgotten a recent tragedy? Heightened awareness of decapitations has occurred in the last few days due to the incidents in Brazil, Dubai, Greece, and, of course, the bus event in Canada (during the showing of The Legend of Zorro, which features the beheading of Zorro’s brother). There remains no explanation of why the ...
US and NATO protecting Afghan drug trade
2008 08 06
The Golden Crescent drug trade, launched by the CIA in the early 1980s, continues to be protected by US intelligence, in liaison with NATO occupation forces and the British military. In recent developments, British occupation forces have also been found involved in promoting opium cultivation through paid radio advertisements.
Ancient rock carvings discovered throughout Northumberland and Durham
2008 08 06
More than 100 new examples of prehistoric art have been discovered carved into boulders and open bedrock throughout Northumberland and Durham. The 5,000-year-old Neolithic carvings of circles, rings and hollowed cups, were uncovered by volunteers. One of the most interesting discoveries was an elaborately carved panel on Barningham Moor, near Barnard Castle in County Durham. English Heritage now wants to ...
Silvio Berlusconi puts troops on Italian city streets
2008 08 06
Gun toting troops took to the streets across Italy to the stunned surprise of tourists as the government began a tough clampdown on street crime and illegal immigration. The deployment began with military-style precision at 7am sharp as soldiers took up positions outside key strategic points across the country, including as train stations, cathedrals and monuments. In total, 3,000 troops ...
New UFO Mystery in Las Vegas Surfaces (Video)
2008 08 06
A large object with a turquoise hue plummeted out of the sky earlier this summer and plowed into the earth south of Las Vegas. Eyewitnesses say this was no meteorite, especially since a bunch of helicopters hauled it away. Chief Investigative Reporter George Knapp has the story.
Law Professor: Counter Terrorism Czar Told Me There Is Going To Be An i-9/11 And An i-Patriot Act
2008 08 05
Amazing revelations have emerged concerning already existing government plans to overhaul the way the internet functions in order to apply much greater restrictions and control over the web. Lawrence Lessig, a respected Law Professor from Stanford University told an audience at this years Fortune’s Brainstorm Tech conference in Half Moon Bay, California, that "There’s going to be an i-9/11 event" ...
Dying to be "beautiful" - Are your beauty products killing you?
2008 08 04
The very products that are promoted as making us look younger, sexier, healthier and more attractive may ultimately be doing the opposite. Getting Lippy, a groundbreaking report by the Women's Environmental Network published in 2003, claimed that cosmetics and beauty products may contain ingredients that impair fertility, increase the effects of ageing and are linked to cancer, allergies and other ...
'Major discovery' from MIT primed to unleash solar revolution
2008 08 04
In a revolutionary leap that could transform solar power from a marginal, boutique alternative into a mainstream energy source, MIT researchers have overcome a major barrier to large-scale solar power: storing energy for use when the sun doesn't shine. Until now, solar power has been a daytime-only energy source, because storing extra solar energy for later use is prohibitively expensive ...
PsyOp: Is Washington Intent on Sabotaging the Beijing Olympics?
2008 08 04
In the weeks leading up to the Beijing Olympics, an atmosphere of fear and insecurity is unfolding. China has not only been targeted for its human rights violations, a China based Islamic terrorist organization has announced that it is planning to "create havoc" at the outset of the Olympics. According to media reports, the Turkestan Islamic Party (TIP) has claimed ...
NASA confirms water on Mars
2008 08 04
The Phoenix spacecraft has tasted Martian water for the first time, scientists reported Thursday. By melting icy soil in one of its lab instruments, the robot confirmed the presence of frozen water lurking below the Martian permafrost. Until now, evidence of ice in Mars' north pole region has been largely circumstantial.
Cheney, Neocons Considered Killing Americans in Pretext to Attack Iran
2008 08 04
In the video here, taped at the Campus Progress journalism conference earlier this month, the Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh reveals how the neocons convened around Dick Cheney and brainstormed ways to kick off World War IV, as they fondly call their pet project to take out the Muslims and foment a contrived “clash of civilizations.”
Jersey murder inquiry 'unlikely'
2008 08 02
Police in Jersey say a murder inquiry may never take place, despite the discovery of remains of at least five children at a former children's home. They said such an inquiry was unlikely because an exact date could not be put on the remains, believed to have come from children aged four to 11. However, they later insisted no final ...
"Monster" Washes Ashore in Montauk
2008 08 02
Ed Comment: Why is the “buzz” around the so called "Montauk Monster" interesting? Well, if you listen to our interview with Stewart Swerdlow as he explains the background story on the mind control projects that went on at Montauk and the experimentation with something called the "Montauk Chair" or the "Alien Chair", then this recent find or discovery becomes very ...
Anthrax case takes a final twist (Video)
2008 08 02
Ivins worked at the Army's biological warfare labs at Fort Detrick, Md., for 18 years until his death on Tuesday. He was one of the government's leading scientists researching vaccines and cures for anthrax exposure. But he also had a long history of homicidal threats, according to papers filed last week in local court by a social worker. The letters ...
Suspect in anthrax-letter deaths kills himself
2008 08 02
Anthrax-laced letters that killed five people and severely rattled the post-9/11 nation may have been part of an Army scientist's warped plan to test his cure for the deadly toxin, officials said Friday. The brilliant but troubled scientist committed suicide this week, knowing prosecutors were closing in. The sudden naming of scientist Bruce E. Ivins as the top — and ...
Large Hadron Collider nearly ready (Photos)
2008 08 02
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a 27 kilometer (17 mile) long particle accelerator straddling the border of Switzerland and France, is nearly set to begin its first particle beam tests. The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) is preparing for its first small tests in early August, leading to a planned full-track test in September - and the first planned ...
» More Articles By Month



Bookmark and Share