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September 2008

CIA ‘backed’ Irish battle against Brussels treaty
2008 09 30
Ed Comment: Hmmmm. Yeah right! First it was the sheer ingratitude of the Irish, then it was the failure of the Dublin government to mount a successful yes campaign. Now Brussels has found a new explanation as to why Ireland voted down the European Union treaty in June - a CIA and Pentagon-backed plot, devised by American neoconservatives to weaken the ...
Mystery of the Mind
2008 09 30
From rose-tinted views of childhood to clear recollections of events that never happened, research shows that memories are both suggestible and inherently idealised. Kate Hilpern finds out just how unreliable our powers of recall are. Oscar Wilde described memory as "the diary that we all carry about", but psychologists increasingly believe that even when our recollections of the past are held ...
7,000 years ago, Neolithic optical art flourished
2008 09 30
An egalitarian Neolithic Eden filled with unique, geometric art flourished some 7,000 years ago in Eastern Europe, according to hundreds of artifacts on display at the Vatican. Running until the end of October at the Palazzo della Cancelleria in the Vatican, the exhibition, "Cucuteni-Trypillia: A Great Civilization of Old Europe," introduces a mysterious Neolithic people who are now believed to ...
3000 Bells Are Ringing!
2008 09 30
I literally stumbled across the 3000 number while looking for stories on the 3000 children missing from the alleged pedophile network known as the state of Florida’s DCF (Department of Children and Families, similar to CPS, Child Protection Services in other states in the USA) (prior thoughts on 3000, prior thoughts on CPS). I’ve been meaning to explore the issue ...
Calls For New EU Financial Order Increase As Total Meltdown Becomes Likely
2008 09 30
With major European banks now failing, calls have increased for an entire restructuring of the financial system under a centralized EU supervisory body. With Belgian-Dutch group Fortis becoming the first major European bank to buckle, British mortgage lender Bradford & Bingley also being nationalized, as well as several other banks failing in Iceland, Denmark and Germany, economists have warned that ...
British Prime Minister calls for New Financial World Order at UN
2008 09 30
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom today called for a new global financial system to bring an end to the current economic turmoil, laying out five principles on which the order should be based as he addressed the General Assembly’s annual high-level debate. “This has been an era of global prosperity. It has been an era also of global ...
Ron Paul on the Failed Bailout Vote (Video)
2008 09 30
Congressman Ron Paul gives us his thoughts on the failure of the bailout bill just minutes after leaving the floor.
Meltdown on Wall Street: Worse share plunge in history as $700bn bail-out is blocked
2008 09 30
Wall Street has suffered its biggest one-day fall in history after U.S. politicians rejected George Bush' s £400billion bailout for the economy. In alarming echoes of the 1929 crash, share prices plunged 777 points. The collapse came at the end of a tumultuous day that left the world's banks teetering on the precipice, with more shocks expected when financial markets open today. ...
Paris moves up as high-rise ban dropped
2008 09 28
A 50-storey glass pyramid is to transform the Paris skyline after officials eager to rejuvenate the city voted to drop a ban on high-rise buildings. The building will be the first of six innovative towers on the city's outskirts reaching as high as 200m into the sky. "Paris is on the move," Anne Hidalgo, the Deputy Mayor, told The Times ...
BBC Radio - The Whitehouse Coup - Prescott Bush led Nazi Coup Attempt in 1933 (Video)
2008 09 28
Document uncovers details of a planned coup in the USA in 1933 by right-wing American businessmen. The coup was aimed at toppling President Franklin D Roosevelt with the help of half-a-million war veterans. The plotters, who were alleged to involve some of the most famous families in America, (owners of Heinz, Birds Eye, Goodtea, Maxwell Hse & George Bush’s Grandfather, ...
A new era for wave energy
2008 09 28
he renewable energy sector has received a boost with the inauguration of the world's first commercial wave power project off the Portuguese coast. Developed by a Scottish engineering company, Pelamis Wave Power Limited, the Pelamis Wave Energy Converters (PWEC) have been towed into position three miles off the coast of Agucadoura in north Portugal. The first phase of the ...
The Schuman Resonance
2008 09 28
Is the Schumann resonance rising? Earth's Rising Base Frequency Earth's background base frequency, or "heartbeat," (called Schumann resonance, or SR) is rising dramatically. Though it varies among geographical regions, for decades the overall measurement was 7.8 cycles per second. This was once thought to be a constant; global military communications developed on this frequency. Recent reports set the rate at ...
Swedish Government "unites" around new Controversial Surveillance FRA-law (Two Steps forward one Step Back)
2008 09 28
This "new" version of the Law will not change much. The law could expand later in 2009 and this is still a controversial issue. Sweden’s centre-right Alliance government announced a new version of the country’s controversial surveillance law on Thursday, claiming it had succeeded in making changes to the measure which satisfy critics of the original bill.
Crop Circles: Messages From the TimeWave?
2008 09 27
As 2012 approaches, the expectation of a global paradigm shift grows. Modern anomalous phenomena like UFOs and crop circles are seen as precursors of this change, which is said to be forecast not only in the end of the Mayan calendar, but also in Terence McKenna’s TimeWave Zero – the end of time itself. When Hernando Cortés landed on Mexico’s ...
Scholar claims to find medieval Jewish capital
2008 09 27
Russian archaeologist says he has found the lost capital of the Khazars, a powerful nation that adopted Judaism as its official religion more than 1,000 years ago, only to disappear leaving little trace of its culture. Dmitry Vasilyev, a professor at Astrakhan State University, said his nine-year excavation near the Caspian Sea has finally unearthed the foundations of a ...
StarMummy (Video)
2008 09 27
A collaborative synchromystic film by Brave New World Order and Nosis. Robin Tunney stars as Isis. Kurt Russell, Eye of Horus. Twin Towers, World Trade Center, Pyramids, Jupiter, Stargate, 2K, K2, 2000, Millenium. 2001 and 2012.
The concealed architects
2008 09 27
As Colin Wilson explains in The Occult, Aleister Crowley was hardly the first occultist to proclaim the dawning of a new epoch in the early years of the twentieth century; August Strindberg, the radical playwright and painter, was just one in a long line of prophets of dissent whose voice and preoccupations Crowley (and his Guardian Angel) unconsciously reflected.(1) But ...
'Pre-crime' detector shows promise
2008 09 26
Last year, New Scientist revealed that the US Department of Homeland Security is developing a system designed to detect "hostile thoughts" in people walking through border posts, airports and public places. The DHS says recent tests prove it works. Project Hostile Intent as it was called aimed to help security staff choose who to pull over for a gently probing ...
Air Force plans to pull out big (uh, little) guns (Video)
2008 09 26
It may look like a futuristic arcade game, but it's a scene from an official Air Force animated video: Bad guys of indiscernible origin being shadowed, from a careful distance, by small robotic drones designed to resemble birds and insects. When one of the bad guys opens his apartment door, a tiny robo-bug, looking like a garage door opener with ...
Shots fired in US-Pakistan clash
2008 09 26
The United States military says US and Afghan forces have exchanged gunfire with Pakistani troops across the border with Afghanistan. A senior US military official says a five-minute skirmish broke out after Pakistani soldiers fired warning shots near two US helicopters. No one was hurt in the incidents and the US maintains its troops did not cross the border from ...
Chinese Say They're Building 'Impossible' Space Drive
2008 09 26
Chinese researchers claim they've confirmed the theory behind an "impossible" space drive, and are proceeding to build a demonstration version. If they're right, this might transform the economics of satellites, open up new possibilities for space exploration –- and give the Chinese a decisive military advantage in space. To say that the "Emdrive" (short for "electromagnetic drive") concept is controversial ...
Capitalism must be more regulated, says Sarkozy
2008 09 24
French president Nicolas Sarkozy, whose country currently holds the rotating EU presidency, on Tuesday (23 September) called for an international summit to tackle the global finance crisis and its consequences, saying that capitalism should be more "regulated" and less "opaque." "Let us build a capitalism where ratings agencies will be subject to controls and punished when necessary, where transparency of ...
Doctors told to curb use of Ritalin in hyperactive children
2008 09 24
Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) should be treated with drugs such as Ritalin only in severe cases and never when they are younger than 5, under official health guidelines issued today. Widespread concerns that medication is used too freely to calm hyperactive children have been recognised by two clinical practice watchdogs, which are now advising doctors not to ...
US military plans the future as ‘perpetual warfare’
2008 09 24
As general Ray Odierno takes command of US forces in Baghdad from troop surge architect Gen David Petraeus, America has begun planning in earnest for its phased withdrawal. The extra brigade combat teams — or battlegroups — deployed to Iraq by Petraeus have already withdrawn and a further 8,000 troops have been diverted to Afghanistan. In January, the next president ...
Magazine Promotes Sterilization For Women In Their 20’s
2008 09 24
A popular women’s magazine in the UK recently featured an article entitled, Young, Single and Sterilized, in which women in their 20’s discussed why they had undergone an operation to prevent them from ever having children. The article is little more than PR for a “women’s charity” called Marie Stopes International, an organization that carries out abortions and sterilizations and ...
Finnish college gunman kills 10
2008 09 24
A gunman has killed 10 people at a college in the town of Kauhajoki in Finland before shooting himself and later dying in hospital. Media reports named the gunman as Matti Juhani Saari, 22, a trainee chef at the vocational college. The suspect posted a video of himself on the internet last week firing a gun. As a result of ...
Blair goes back to school — as Yale religion prof
2008 09 22
Former prime minister Tony Blair has gone back to school, launching his new role as a lecturer on religion at top US university Yale. Blair, who converted to Catholicism after leaving office in 2007 and talked increasingly openly of his Christian faith while prime minister, delivered the first of five lectures on Friday at the prestigious college in the state ...
Stardust evidence points to planet collision
2008 09 22
Take a look at the related links below, there’s research that suggest that a planetary collision took place closer to home. Masses of dust floating around a binary star system suggest that two Earth-like planets obliterated each other in a violent collision, U.S. researchers reported on Friday. "It's as if Earth and Venus collided with each other," Benjamin Zuckerman, an astronomer at ...
Hadron Collider halted for months
2008 09 22
The Large Hadron Collider near Geneva will be out of action for at least two months, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (Cern) says. Part of the giant physics experiment was turned off for the weekend while engineers probed a magnet failure. But a Cern spokesman said damage to the £3.6bn ($6.6bn) particle accelerator was worse than anticipated. The LHC ...
Large Hadron Collider: Public chooses 'Halo' as its new name
2008 09 20
The name "Halo" sounds much catchier and should adorn the £4.4 billion experiment, according to a poll organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry in London. The Large Hadron Collider does what it says on the tin, since hadron refers to the subatomic particles that the giant machine smashes together at a shade below the speed of light. But this ...
That’s rich: Lady de Rothschild calls Obama “elitist”
2008 09 20
It’s the strongest signal yet from the global elite about who they want in the White House. Former Hillary Clinton backer Lynn Forester de Rothschild (right) threw her support behind Republican U.S. presidential candidate John McCain today, after calling Democratic candidate Barack Obama an “elitist.” That’s got to be a first for a Rothschild, unless there is a “down-to-earth” member ...
Pope Defends WWII Pontiff's Role
2008 09 20
Pope Benedict XVI has defended the actions of predecessor Pius XII during World War II, saying the pontiff spared no effort to try to save Jews. Pius XII has long been accused by Jewish groups and scholars of turning a blind eye to the fate of the Jews. Pope Benedict said that Pius had intervened directly and indirectly but often ...
Cell phones can affect sperm quality, researcher says
2008 09 20
Keeping a cell phone on talk mode in a pocket can decrease sperm quality, according to new research from the Cleveland Clinic. "We believe that these devices are used because we consider them very safe, but it could cause harmful effects due to the proximity of the phones and the exposure that they are causing to the gonads," says lead ...
Is "ElectroSmog" Destroying the Planet's Bee Population?
2008 09 18
"If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would only have four years of life left." - Albert EinsteinMobile phones, Wi-Fi networks, electric power lines are sources of "electrosmog" disrupting nature on an unprecedented, massive scale causing birds and bees to lose their bearings, fail to reproduce and die, according to controversial research by Dr. ...
The Army's Totally Serious Mind-Control Project
2008 09 18
Soldiers barking orders at each other is so 20th Century. That's why the U.S. Army has just awarded a $4 million contract to begin developing "thought helmets" that would harness silent brain waves for secure communication among troops. Ultimately, the Army hopes the project will "lead to direct mental control of military systems by thought alone."
A Knot of Light
2008 09 18
Researchers find a new theoretical way to tie light into complex knots and links. Fibration The torus can be covered with circles that wrap around the both the outside of the donut and through its hole. www.dimensions-math.org Video available here Imagine twisting a beam of light into a knot, as if it were a piece of a string. Now grab another light beam and tie ...
Gender-bending chemical used in plastic bottles 'doubles risk of heart disease'
2008 09 17
Gender bending chemicals in food packaging, drink cans and baby bottles may double the risk of heart disease, researchers have found. They have shown that people with higher than normal levels of bisphenol A (BPA) in their blood are more likely to suffer from heart problems. The chemical also appears to raise the risk of diabetes, the study of nearly ...
Large Hadron Collider: First subatomic particle collision to happen next week
2008 09 17
The first collisions between subatomic particles will take place in the giant Large Hadron Collider next week, which will mark another milestone for the biggest experiment in history. "If we get stable conditions, I am very optimistic things will go quite fast," says Dr Lyn Evans, the coal miner's son from Aberdare, South Wales, who is leader of the £4.4 ...
Milk Formula Tainted with Melamine in China (Video)
2008 09 17
Three babies die in China after being fed a milk formula poisoned with an industrial chemical. CNN's John Vause explains. China Orders Recall on 69 Milk Products After Melamine Found From: bloomberg.com China's quality-control regulator ordered the recall of 69 infant-milk products made by 22 dairy companies after samples were found to be tainted by melamine. The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection ...
Fed in AIG rescue - $85B loan
2008 09 17
In an unprecedented move, the Federal Reserve Board is lending as much as $85 billion to rescue crumbling insurer American International Group, officials announced Tuesday evening. The Fed authorized the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to lend AIG (AIG, Fortune 500) the funds. In return, the federal government will receive a 79.9% stake in the company. Officials decided they ...
Soros: Bank problems to worsen
2008 09 17
The international financier George Soros says the financial storm is set to get worse before it gets better. Mr Soros told Newsnight that he expects more banks to collapse.
RAF radar chief: I saw UFO fleet
2008 09 17
An RAF expert yesterday revealed how he tracked a whole fleet of “spaceships” on military radar — but the Ministry of Defence told him to keep quiet. Wing Commander Alan Turner, 64, said colleagues sat stunned when 35 super-fast vessels appeared on their screens. Wing Cmdr Turner, who was a chief operator of the RAF’s radar system for 29 years, ...
"Sir" Tim Berners-Lee is Trying to Wreck the Future of the Web
2008 09 15
Check the article from BBC below. "Sir" Tim Berners-Lee, the "creator" of the World Wide Web (together with Al gore of course) is trying to wreck the World Wide Web and destroy everything the web has come to represents: a way of spreading ideas, "new" ideas, diversity, a free flow of opinions, thoughts (Freedom of speech), alternative sources that differs from ...
Pakistan Forces Fire on U.S. Troops; Drone Strikes Kill 50
2008 09 15
The U.S. isn't in a shooting war with Pakistan, officially. But troops from the two countries are increasingly firing at one another. The latest incident began around midnight local time. Exactly what happened is in dispute. According to the BBC, "seven U.S. helicopter gunships and two troop-carrying Chinook helicopters landed in the Afghan province of Paktika... U.S. troops from the ...
It's the creepy plotters who rule us we should really be scared of
2008 09 15
There is no such organisation as ‘Al Qaeda’. The spooks know this, Cabinet Ministers know this and so do the ‘security correspondents’ who so readily trot out the spooks’ point of view on our broadcasting networks. Of course, there are terrorists, and there are also fantasists, fanatics, low-lifes and camp followers who plot and attempt horrible things. Some of them ...
`Tectonic' Shift on Wall Street as Lehman Fails, Merrill Sold - "A New Financial World Order"
2008 09 15
In the biggest reshaping of the financial industry since the Great Depression, two of Wall Street's most storied firms, Merrill Lynch & Co. and Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., headed toward extinction. New York-based Lehman, founded 158 years ago, said early today that it plans to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after failing to find a buyer. Merrill Lynch, 94 ...
Hackers claim there’s a black hole in the atom smashers’ computer network
2008 09 13
Hackers have broken into one of the computer networks of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). A group calling itself the Greek Security Team left a rogue webpage describing the technicians responsible for computer security at the giant atom smasher as “schoolkids” — but reassuring scientists that they did not want to disrupt the experiment. The hackers gained access to a ...
Doomsayers link Iran quake to 'Big Bang'
2008 09 13
It was just after few hours of the LHC experiment of Big Bang when the violent earthquake reading 6.1 on the Richter scale struck southern Iran. Possibly, Lord Shiva's violent dance might have commenced, say doomsayers. Was the earthquake that shook Bandar Abbas in Hormuzgan province of South Iran on Wednesday (September 10) at 1100 GMT an effect of the ...
Illuminati Conspiracy Part Two: Sniffing out Jesuits
2008 09 13
The first occurrence of "Illuminati" was not in the 15th century. "Illuminati" has been used by followers of Mani, or Manes (Manichaeism; the apostles of light) - they called him the supreme illuminator. The Virgin Mary, too, was given the appellation "Maria Illuminatrix" and the "illuminated/illuminator." Jewish Kabbalists were called Illuminati. And lest the reader get the impression it is ...
Hurricane leaves 1.3 million without power
2008 09 13
Ferocious wind and floodwaters from Hurricane Ike severed power to 1.3 million customers in the Houston area early Saturday as the Category 2 storm neared landfall. Hurricane force winds were felt at Houston's Hobby Airport at 1:20 a.m. CT when the storm's center was more than 50 miles from the facility. Winds aloft in the storm were even higher, and ...
Rik Clay’s interviews on Red Ice Creations – All Four Segments
2008 09 12
Here we make available all the four segments of radio interviews that Red Ice Creations did with Rik Clay back in June 2008. Rik Clay took his own life on August the 28th. His remains was scattered Thursday, September the 11th and now when things have settled down a little bit, it’s a good time to make these interviews available for ...
Why the fascination with the end of the world?
2008 09 12
A huge particle accelerator experiment is about to start and a tiny group of people believe it could spell the end of the world. But why are we so obsessed with the possibility of apocalypse? The world will end. That much is a certainty. But it may not be soon. And in all probability it will not come to a ...
Robots "Express Themselves" (Video)
2008 09 12
Developers have created robots that appear to make human expressions and show human-like emotions.
Humans Have Astonishing Memories, Study Finds
2008 09 12
If human memory were truly digital, it would have just received an upgrade from something like the capacity of a floppy disk to that of a flash drive. A new study found the brain can remember a lot more than previously believed. In a recent experiment, people who viewed pictures of thousands of objects over five hours were able to ...
The Pyramid Heretic
2008 09 12
For more than thirty years, Joseph Davidovits’ scientific observations have pushed most Egyptologists into histrionics. His findings are that the blocks of the Great Pyramid were not cut, but poured – somewhat similar to cement and other manmade chemical building processes. What if the stones of the Great Pyramid were not quarried, but “made” on site – very much like ...
EU clears Berlusconi over Roma gypsies
2008 09 12
The centre-Right Government of Silvio Berlusconi today declared that it had been "fully vindicated" after the European Commission said the fingerprinting of Roma gypsies in Italian camps did not amount to ethnic discrimination and was in line with EU law. Roberto Maroni, the Interior Minister, said the statement by Jacques Barrot, the European Justice Commissioner, showed that "the accusations and ...
Catholics will no longer address God as ‘Yahweh’
2008 09 12
In the not-too-distant future, songs such as "You Are Near," "I Will Bless Yahweh" and "Rise, O Yahweh" will no longer be part of the Catholic worship experience in the United States. At the very least, the songs will be edited to remove the word "Yahweh" – a name of God that the Vatican has ruled must not "be used ...
Cern experiment: Machine switched on. No Big Bang. It works
2008 09 11
All was quiet at the moment when the greatest scientific experiment in history was scheduled to begin, at 9.30am Swiss time yesterday. No bands, no flags, no cheerleaders – only a silence so heavy and awed that even the 300 journalists stopped talking. A machine that has taken 13 years to design and build, at a cost approaching £5bn, and ...
US 'must target Pakistan havens'
2008 09 11
The chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff has called for a new strategy in Afghanistan to deny militants bases across the border in Pakistan. Speaking on the eve of the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Admiral Mike Mullen called for a military strategy that covered both sides of the border. The US must work closely with Pakistan to ...
Craig Venter: On the verge of creating synthetic life (Video)
2008 09 11
"Can we create new life out of our digital universe?" asks Craig Venter. And his answer is, yes, and pretty soon. He walks the TED2008 audience through his latest research into "fourth-generation fuels" -- biologically created fuels with CO2 as their feedstock. His talk covers the details of creating brand-new chromosomes using digital technology, the reasons why we would want ...
Cern special: The 9 billion dollar question
2008 09 10
Today, mankind’s greatest experiment begins as the Large Hadron Collider powers up. The cost is huge, the scale is massive – and the discoveries could be enormous. But, asks Andy McSmith, what does it all add up to? It was Oscar Wilde who declared that "all art is useless" – which was not a condemnation, but a proclamation. If you ...
Large Hadron Collider team sent death threats
2008 09 10
SCIENTISTS about to conduct one of the world's biggest physics experiments have received death threats amidst fears they could destroy the world. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a giant particle accelerator built by European science organisation CERN, will start its atom-smashing activities tomorrow in an experiment it is hoped will uncover some of the secrets of the Big Bang. When ...
Sanpaku Eyes - The Ill(uminati) Eye
2008 09 09
When a baby is born, the iris, or colored part of the eye, is usually beautifully balanced between the upper and lower eye lids. It touches the upper and lower lids, so that no white, or sclera, shows above or below. The sclera is visible only to the left and right of the iris. This indicates a balanced and healthy ...
Britain training Communist Chinese military officers
2008 09 09
MoD breaches EU rules by training Chinese officer. The government has breached EU rules banning military cooperation with China by allowing a Chinese army officer to study at Sandhurst. Officer Cadet Liu Liu, who graduated from the Royal Military Academy last month, has spent the past year training alongside British army cadets. A second Chinese People’s Liberation Army officer is ...
Chinas All-Seeing Eye
2008 09 09
With the help of U.S. defense contractors, China is building the prototype for a high-tech police state. It is ready for export. Thirty years ago, the city of Shenzhen didn't exist. Back in those days, it was a string of small fishing villages and collectively run rice paddies, a place of rutted dirt roads and traditional temples. That was before the ...
Schoolchildren recruited by councils to spy on neighbours who commit 'environmental crimes'
2008 09 07
Children are being offered money by councils to spy on neighbours and report petty offences such as 'bin crimes' and dog-fouling. The youngsters are among 5,000 residents encouraged to photograph or video neighbours in the act of 'environmental crimes'. In some cases children as young as eight, are being bribed with rewards of £500 for passing on the names of ...
Eat less meat to fight climate change: UN expert
2008 09 07
People should cut their consumption of meat to help combat climate change, a top United Nations expert told a British Sunday newspaper. Rajendra Pachauri, chair of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), told The Observer that people should start by having one meat-free day per week then cut back further. The 68-year-old Indian economist, who is a vegetarian, ...
A Futuristic Linkage of Animals and Electronics
2008 09 07
The same Global Positioning System (GPS) technology used to track vehicles is now being used to track cows. But Agricultural Research Service (ARS) animal scientist Dean M. Anderson has taken tracking several steps further with a Walkman-like headset that enables him to "whisper" wireless commands to cows to control their movements across a landscape—and even remotely gather them into a ...
Six dead and hundreds homeless as storms rage across Britain
2008 09 07
The Environment Agency is warning water levels could continue to rise after six people were left dead and hundreds forced from their homes by autumnal storms. The North East is the region most seriously hit by the weather, although flash floods have also hit parts of Yorkshire, Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire. Forecasters have predicted the rain will continue to fall ...
Toppling the New World Order: A Vision for How We Can Do It
2008 09 07
The second immediate need is for a shift in consciousness – an adjustment in the attitude of the Truthers. We must come to see the power of our minds in creating our future reality, that we control whether that reality turns out to be favorable or unfavorable. We must quickly start to recognize, as a group, that our thoughts determine ...
Lord Winston to farm pigs for transplants
2008 09 07
Lord Winston, the fertility expert and Labour peer, is to begin breeding genetically modified pigs in the next three months to produce hearts, livers and kidneys for transplanting to humans. Winston has pioneered a simplified technique to create pigs with “humanised” organs that will not be rejected by the patients’ immune systems. He expects the technique to provide a solution ...
Heartbeat Encryption - Literally
2008 09 05
Received from Robert S. Researchers from the Chinese University of Hong Kong have developed a solution for securing wireless communication between the modern medical implants and maintenance/monitoring devices. The solution encrypts the communication using a 64-bit key, which is generated by using each patient's heartbeat. Modern medical implants significantly reduce the need for follow-up surgical interventions. Many such implants are used to ...
Palin at AIPAC: That Didn’t Take Long
2008 09 05
MSNBC and the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) are reporting that Gov. Palin met this afternoon with the board of directors of the America Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and Sen. Joe Lieberman to, in the words of one McCain campaign official cited by MSNBC, put “the American Jewish community at ease over her understanding of US-Middle East relations.” It’s worth ...
WWF Blames Global Cooling On "Carbon Pollution"
2008 09 05
Conservation group World Wildlife Fund has blamed human carbon emissions for the fact that the coldest August has been recorded in Australia for more than 60 years. The Sydney Morning Herald reports: The freezing temperatures are proof of the urgent need to cut carbon pollution, according to WWF development and sustainability program manager Paul Toni. "We can expect more extremes ...
The world's tallest building - Burj Dubai - reaches 2,257ft ... and it's still growing
2008 09 04
The statistics are almost as spectacular as the view. This is Burj Dubai and, once again, the editors of the Guinness Book Of Records have got to rewrite the chapter on buildings. This is not simply the tallest structure in the world; it smashed the tallest-building record a year ago and, this April, it overtook the world's tallest antenna. Now ...
Sun Makes History: First Spotless Month in a Century
2008 09 02
Drop in solar activity has potential effect for climate on earth. The sun has reached a milestone not seen for nearly 100 years: an entire month has passed without a single visible sunspot being noted. The event is significant as many climatologists now believe solar magnetic activity – which determines the number of sunspots -- is an influencing factor for ...
EU, Dependent on Russian Energy, Balks at Georgia War Sanctions
2008 09 02
Nicolas Sarkozy, France's president, left, speaks with Gordon Brown, U.K. prime minister, before the start of the European Union's summit meeting in Brussels on Sept. 1, 2008. Photographer: Jock Fistick/Bloomberg News European Union leaders refused to impose sanctions on Russia over the invasion of Georgia, acknowledging their reliance on Russian oil and gas at a time of faltering economic growth. EU ...
Cops Arrest AP Photographer, Broadcaster At Start Of RNC
2008 09 02
Plaudits for the relative restraint of Denver police during last week’s Democratic National Convention are not set to be repeated at the RNC, as cops signaled their intent by arresting an AP photographer as well as Democracy Now host Amy Goodman simply for documenting protests in downtown St. Paul. Associated Press photographer Matt Rourke was arrested on a gross misdemeanor ...
Quantum Knowledge & Mind Over Matter (Video)
2008 09 02
Quantum Knowledge Mind Over Matter In physics, a quantum (plural: quanta) is an indivisible entity of a quantity that has the same units as the Planck constant and is related to both energy and momentum of elementary particles of matter (called fermions) and of photons and other bosons. The word comes from the Latin "quantus," for "how much." Behind this, one finds ...
Gary Biltcliffe - The Legacy of the Etruscans (Video)
2008 09 02
Gary Biltcliffe, Independent Researcher,presents the ancient Pelasgi and Etruscan connections with Britain, magnificent megalithic stonework, lost cities, and the city state society of archaic Europe. Video from: http://www.holisticchannel.org.uk/11.html
Technology That Outthinks Us: A Partner or a Master?
2008 09 01
In Vernor Vinge’s version of Southern California in 2025, there is a school named Fairmont High with the motto, “Trying hard not to become obsolete.” It may not sound inspiring, but to the many fans of Dr. Vinge, this is a most ambitious — and perhaps unattainable — goal for any member of our species. Dr. Vinge is a mathematician ...
Gustav Makes Landfall, Just Missing New Orleans
2008 09 01
A weakened Hurricane Gustav stormed ashore in a deserted coastal area just west of New Orleans, a near miss for the nearly deserted city still haunted by the catastrophe of Hurricane Katrina. Water was reported spilling over the top of levees protecting New Orleans, but Army Corps of Engineers spokesman Rene Poche said the levees were holding and that he ...
World-Class Astrobiologist Says "NASA's Hiding Current Life on Mars!"
2008 09 01
Just a few weeks ago (May 25th ...), NASA landed its latest unmanned spacecraft -- the Phoenix Mission -- on the surface of the planet Mars, this time near the Red Planet's North Pole. The name "Phoenix" covers a host of metaphorical allusions familiar to this readership; the NASA Phoenix Mission (which now officially ends with the coming of Martian ...
Blackwater Preps for Hurricane Gustav
2008 09 01
New Orleans is being evacuated once again, as Hurricane Gustav lumbers toward the Gulf Coast. Everyone from the U.S. military to the British Royal Navy to Blackwater is gearing up to respond. New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin tells The New York Times that "with 1,500 to 2,000 National Guard troops coming to New Orleans, the city would have twice as ...
Intel sees future with shape-shifting humanoid robots
2008 09 01
The intelligence gap between man and machine will largely close by the year 2050, according to Intel Corp.’s chief technology officer, who yesterday reiterated that point during a keynote address at the Intel Developer Forum. At the IDF event in San Francisco, Intel CTO Justin Rattner said that the chip maker’s research labs are working on human-machine interfaces and looking ...
Obama - Born in the U.S.A.?
2008 09 01
Lafayette Hill attorney filed a lawsuit in federal court Thursday challenging Sen. Barack Obama's claim to United States citizenship. The action seeks to remove the Democratic candidate from the November ballot. To be eligible to serve as U.S. president, a person must be born in this country. According to Obama's birth certificate, which his campaign posted on its Internet ...
Just Say NO To 'Stand Up To Cancer.Org'
2008 09 01
On Friday, September 5, 2008, there will be an unprecedented landmark television media blitz on ABC, CBS, and NBC to raise money to fight cancer. The live, commercial-free fundraiser, sponsored by StandUp2Cancer.org, will feature A-list Hollywood celebrities reminding viewers that 1,500 Americans die from cancer every day. The tax-deductible contributions will go to Stand Up To Cancer, a tax-exempt charity ...
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