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February 2009

Vaclav Klaus addresses the European Parliament & A Constitutional Guide to the Political Groups in the European Parliament (Video)
2009 02 28
European Parliament, Brussels, 19 February 2009 Czech President Vaclav Klaus addresses the European Parliament, marking the Czech Presidency of the EU Council. The Czech President had asked for this visit himself, as Mr Pöttering informed the House during the meeting, which lasted from 11:05 to 11:45 This video features excerpts from President Klaus' speech, part of Mr Pöttering's second short speech and ...
Ex-spy chief Dame Stella Rimington says ministers have turned UK into police state
2009 02 28
Dame Stella Rimington, the former head of MI5, has accused the Government of exploiting people’s fear of terrorism to restrict civil rights. Ministers risked handing a victory to terrorists who want people to “live in fear and under a police state”, said the former spy, who retired as Director General of the Security Service in 1996. Dame Stella, 73, has ...
Archeologist Uncovers Evidence Of Ancient Chemical Warfare
2009 02 28
A researcher from the University of Leicester has identified what looks to be the oldest archaeological evidence for chemical warfare -- from Roman times. At the meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, University of Leicester archaeologist Simon James presented CSI-style arguments that about twenty Roman soldiers, found in a siege-mine at the city of Dura-Europos, Syria, met their deaths ...
More Evidence: HD TV is a Set Up for Mind Control
2009 02 28
To begin with, take 10 minutes and watch this 60 Minutes video. Leslie Stahl makes some very interesting comments on the morality and ethics of mind-control. The technology called FMRI (Functional Magnetic Resonance) is old and archaic actually. Mengele and others were “reading” brain waves via magnetic resonance graphing in the early 70’s. Boston-Logan Airport is already using new light-wave ...
CNBC Analyst: Global Bank, Global Currency Within 15 Years
2009 02 27
Head of market analysis for Schneider Foreign Exchange Stephen Gallo told CNBC yesterday that the financial crisis will lead to the creation of a global central bank and a global single currency within 15 years, echoing the call of top globalists who have exploited the problems they created to push for a new world financial order. Highlighting the significance of ...
A Svensson in the Swedish palace? Pass the smelling salts
2009 02 27
Ed Comment: Either Daniel Westling is of "royal stock" (crypto-bloodline) or he will never end up on the Swedish throne. The other alternative is that if Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden marries Daniel she will pass on the right to the throne to her younger sister Princess Madeleine or her younger brother Prince Carl Philip. It's going to be interesting ...
What is it about Austria? Why the birthplace of Hitler has just voted for the Far Right
2009 02 27
Clad in a grey blazer, white shirt and tie, the bespectacled 60-year-old estate agent looks the picture of respectability as he sips white wine in a smart Vienna watering hole. Last week, though, he helped reveal a new, darker side to Viennese cafe society as he joined millions of other well-to-do Austrians in voting for the Freedom Party of Heinz-Christian ...
There's no place like dome: An eco-dream of a house...straight from the medieval drawing board
2009 02 27
It's the house that decades of design and centuries of building have been leading up to... but it takes its inspiration from the Middle Ages. Strange as it may sound, this home of the future, designed for his family by architect Richard Hawkes, is wedded to the past. Its very framework is based on a medieval design, known as timbrel ...
UNESCO and the Deliberate Dumbing Down of the Western World (Video)
2009 02 27
This video takes a brief look at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, established in 1945 to create a global consciousness and world culture in preparation for the coming one world government.
Britain faces summer of rage - police
2009 02 27
Police are preparing for a "summer of rage" as victims of the economic downturn take to the streets to demonstrate against financial institutions, the Guardian has learned. Britain's most senior police officer with responsibility for public order raised the spectre of a return of the riots of the 1980s, with people who have lost their jobs, homes or savings becoming ...
Princeton Physicist Tells Congress Earth in 'CO2 Famine' -- Increase 'Will Be Good for Mankind'
2009 02 27
Dr. Will Happer, once fired by Al Gore, challenges former vice president's much-published claim that warming debate over. When former Vice President Al Gore said the science was settled on the issue of global warming before Congress in 2007, he might have meant it was settled as far as people that he would allow to work for him. Dr. William ...
Iraq museum reopens (Pictures)
2009 02 25
A winged, human-headed bull on display at Iraq's National Museum, which reopened on Monday 23 February. The museum closed in 2003 after it was looted in the wake of the US-led invasion. Part of an exhibit in the Assyrian Hall. Only about a quarter of the estimated 15,000 artefacts stolen from the museum have been recovered. The reopening of the ...
Fight against terror 'spells end of privacy'
2009 02 25
Privacy rights of innocent people will have to be sacrificed to give the security services access to a sweeping range of personal data, one of the architects of the government's national security strategy has warned. Sir David Omand, the former Whitehall security and intelligence co-ordinator, sets out a blueprint for the way the state will mine data - including travel ...
Urban Warfare Drills Linked To Coming Economic Rage
2009 02 24
Urban warfare training drills are taking place across the country as top analysts as well as officials predict a potential “summer of rage” across Europe and America as civil unrest from the economic fallout builds. Earlier this month, 150 U.S. troops from the U.S. Special Operations Command whizzed around the streets of New Orleans in military helicopters and even dropped ...
Jewish Groups Prepare for Rare Blessing of the Sun
2009 02 24
As sunrise broke over New York City on the morning of April 8, 1981, Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi — at the time he was known just as Zalman Schachter — stood on the observation deck of the Empire State Building and sounded the shofar. For more than two hours after, Shachter-Shalomi led some 300 mostly young adults in an obscure Jewish ritual ...
UFO sightings soar in Canada
2009 02 24
Strange floating objects and eerie bright lights were among the record number of Unidentified Flying Objects that Canadians spotted in the sky in 2008, according to Winnipeg-based Ufology Research. The volunteer group of a half-dozen researchers said Canadians made a total of 1,004 UFO sightings in 2008 — up more than 25 per cent from the previous year and the ...
Rapelay virtual rape game banned by Amazon
2009 02 24
In Rapelay, gamers direct a character to sexually assault a mother and her two young daughters at an underground station, before raping any of a selection female characters. The game was intended for release just in Japan, but was on offer to British buyers through Amazon Marketplace, the section of the online store's website open to third-party sellers. But Amazon ...
Czech president compares EU parliament to one-party state
2009 02 21
Increasing the European Parliament's powers won't solve EU's democratic deficit, since the bloc's legislature does not represent any nation and allows for no political alternatives opposed to EU integration, Czech President Vaclav Klaus told MEPs on Thursday (19 February) Renowned for his critical stance towards Brussels and the Lisbon treaty, Czech President Vaclav Klaus has questioned the authority of the ...
British scientists condemn using children in GM food trials as unacceptable
2009 02 21
Children have been used as ‘lab rats’ in GM rice trials that were carried out in breach of ethics rules drawn up in response to the medical crimes of Nazi Germany, it is claimed. Youngsters aged 6-10 were fed so-called Golden Rice, which has been modified to contain enhanced levels of beta carotene or vitamin A. The rice is being ...
Richard Perle in Wonderland
2009 02 21
Listening to neoconservative mastermind Richard Perle at the Nixon Center yesterday, there was a sense of falling down the rabbit hole. In real life, Perle was the ideological architect of the Iraq war and of the Bush doctrine of preemptive attack. But at yesterday's forum of foreign policy intellectuals, he created a fantastic world in which: 1. Perle is not ...
Brzezinski: ‘Hell, There Could Be Even Riots’
2009 02 21
Brzezinski fears class warfare. Not Mika. Zbigniew. And not Barney-Frank-on-Meet-the-Press class warfare. Real, blood-in-the-streets riots. Jimmy Carter’s former National Security Adviser expressed his concern about the possibility of riots on Morning Joe today. To stave them off, he proposes the creation of a voluntary National Solidarity Fund, whose contributors would be those who made out very ...
Eurojust supports wire-tapping of Skype conversations
2009 02 21
EU's judicial cooperation agency Eurojust will take the lead in finding ways to help police and prosecutors across Europe to wiretap computer-to-computer phone conversations enabled by programs such as Skype. "We will sit together with all member states to see how this can be done technically and legally," Joannes Thuy, Eurojust spokesman told this website. Mr Thuy stressed that the ...
Argentina expels Holocaust- denying bishop
2009 02 20
Argentina has given a Roman Catholic bishop 10 days to leave the country or be expelled after he caused an international uproar by denying the extent of the Holocaust, the government said on Thursday. Bishop Richard Williamson, an ultra-traditionalist who headed a seminary near Buenos Aires until earlier this month, has said he believes there were no gas chambers and ...
Cousin Of Alleged 9/11 Hijacker Exposed As Israeli Spy
2009 02 20
The cousin of alleged 9/11 hijacker Ziad al-Jarrah has been exposed as a long standing Israeli spy in yet another startling intelligence connection between the Zionist state and the attacks on New York and Washington. A New York Times report details how Ali al-Jarrah was a highly valued spy for Israel for no less than 25 years, sending reports and ...
Geronimo's kin sue Skull and Bones
2009 02 19
Geronimo's descendants have sued Skull and Bones — the secret society at Yale University linked to presidents and other powerful figures — claiming that its members stole the remains of the legendary Apache leader decades ago and have kept them ever since. The federal lawsuit filed in Washington on Tuesday — the 100th anniversary of Geronimo's death — also names ...
Study Uncovers Mesothelioma Link to Nanotechnology
2009 02 19
Mesothelioma has long been linked to the inhalation and exposure to asbestos fibers and dust, so when scientists uncovered an additional potential cause for this incurable form of lung cancer, the unthinkable became a reality. According to researchers based out of the Woodrow Wilson International Centre for Scholars in Washington D.C., the early 90’s development of carbon nanotubes has been an ...
John Harris - 'It's an illusion' on Common Law, Contracting and Legalease (Video)
2009 02 19
John Harris's talk 'It's an illusion' at the The British Constitution Group Lawful Rebellion Conference Stoke-on-Trent on the 24th January 2009. John is preseting in simple terms his understanding of Political and Regal history, Common Law, Statute Law, Contracting and much more.
Penn. Judges Get Kickbacks for Placing Youths in Privately Owned Jails (Video)
2009 02 19
An unprecedented case of judicial corruption is unfolding in Pennsylvania. Several hundred families have filed a class-action lawsuit against two former judges who have pleaded guilty to taking bribes in return for placing youths in privately owned jails. Judges Mark Ciavarella and Michael Conahan are said to have received $2.6 million for ensuring juvenile suspects were jailed in prisons operated ...
Five Brain-Manipulating Technologies That Prove Dollhouse Exists Right Now
2009 02 19
Joss Whedon's new show Dollhouse is about a secret organization that supplies mind-wiped sex ninjas to the rich. It's not set in the future because neuromanipulated technoslaves could exist today. Here's proof.1. We can erase people's memories. Back in October a study was published in Neuron that proved an enzyme called CaMKII can erase bad memories while you recall them. ...
"Science and the Taboo of PSI" with Dean Radin (Video)
2009 02 18
Do telepathy, clairvoyance and other "psi" abilities exist? The majority of the general population believes that they do, and yet fewer than one percent of mainstream academic institutions have any faculty known for their interest in these frequently reported experiences. Why is a topic of enduring and widespread interest met with such resounding silence in academia? The answer is not ...
Heart pill to banish bad memories
2009 02 18
Scientists believe a common heart medicine may be able to banish fearful memories from the mind. The Dutch investigators believe beta-blocker drugs could help people suffering from the emotional after-effects of traumatic experiences. They believe the drug alters how memories are recalled after carrying out the study of 60 people, Nature Neuroscience reports. But British experts questioned the ethics of ...
Hidden Spy Camera & Mic Found Inside Digital TV Box
2009 02 18
A popular video circulating on You Tube shows the discovery of a spy camera and a microphone hidden inside a digital TV converter box. Such devices are part of a government and industry surveillance program that is undoubtedly connected to the forced digital TV switchover being rolled out in the UK and US. “I could not believe my eyes,” states ...
Pirate Bay chiefs deny illegal downloading
2009 02 16
Four people who run one of the world's leading file-sharing websites denied any wrongdoing as they went on trial in Stockholm on Monday for facilitating illegal downloads of copyrighted material. "File-sharing services can be used both legally and illegally," one defence lawyer, Per Samuelsson, stressed to the court after the trial against The Pirate Bay organisers opened in Stockholm. Fredrik ...
Emerging global elite to use new global media to educate 'global citizens'
2009 02 14
Elite members of the World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Davos, Switzerland, recently considered a proposal for a new global television network to usher in a state of “global governance.” The concept strikes some as authoritarian, even totalitarian. But the parent company of Fox News was one of the sponsors of this year's gathering. The media proposal, which was included in ...
Secret files reveal NIU killer's past
2009 02 14
former student who killed five people at Northern Illinois University last Valentine's Day had been drummed out of the Army for hiding his psychiatric history and expressed admiration for famous murderers, CNN has learned. Steven Kazmierczak was known as "strange Steve" to roommates, studied the Virginia Tech and Columbine massacres and idolized the sadistic killer in the "Saw" horror ...
Kisses unleash chemicals that ease stress levels
2009 02 14
"Chemistry look what you've done to me," Donna Summer crooned in Science of Love, and so, it seems, she was right. Just in time for Valentine's Day, a panel of scientists examined the mystery of what happens when hearts throb and lips lock. Kissing, it turns out, unleashes chemicals that ease stress hormones in both sexes and encourage bonding in ...
Dutch MP refused entry to Britain
2009 02 14
A Dutch MP who called the Koran a "fascist book" has been sent back to the Netherlands after attempting to defy a ban on entering the UK. Freedom Party MP Geert Wilders had been invited to show his controversial film - which links the Islamic holy book to terrorism - in the UK's House of Lords. But Mr Wilders, who ...
U.S. And Russian Satellites Collide
2009 02 13
In an unprecedented space collision, a commercial Iridium communications satellite and a defunct Russian satellite ran into each other Tuesday above northern Siberia, creating a cloud of wreckage, officials said today. The international space station does not appear to be threatened by the debris, they said, but it's not yet clear whether it poses a risk to any other military ...
Evidence of torture 'buried by ministers'
2009 02 13
The government was accused last night of hiding behind claims of a threat to national security to suppress evidence of torture by the CIA on a prisoner still held in Guantánamo Bay. An unprecedented high court ruling yesterday blamed the US, with British connivance, for keeping the "powerful evidence" secret, sparking criticism from lawyers, campaigners and MPs, who claimed the ...
UFO wind turbine 'broke due to mechanical failure not collision with flying object'
2009 02 13
A 65 ft blade that flew off the turbine came loose after bolts attaching it to the hub failed, not because of a collision, examination of the components has revealed. Locals near the farm in Conisholme, Lincolnshire had reported seeing orange-yellow spheres trailing octopus-like "tentacles" on the night of the incident, sparking speculation that it had it had fallen victim ...
Congressman Gary Ackerman goes NUTS on Security Exchange Commission (Video)
2009 02 12
Congressman Gary Ackerman's anger erupts on Security Exchange Commission Members during hearings about the Bernie Madoff scandal.
Pope placates Jewish leaders; will visit Israel
2009 02 12
Pope Benedict XVI told American Jewish leaders Thursday that he plans to visit Israel in May, coupling the long-awaited announcement with his strongest condemnation of Holocaust denial. The 81-year-old pope assured the group that the Catholic Church was "profoundly and irrevocably committed to reject all anti-Semitism," helping to ease Jewish furor that followed the pope's reinstatement of an ultraconservative bishop ...
Kevin Roberts - Lovemarks (Video)
2009 02 12
Kevin Roberts, Global Chief Executive of Saatchi & Saatchi explains the core thinking of Lovemarks, and how it can be applied to US presidential candidates. Lovemarks Explain the US Election Video from: metacafe.com More: Kevin Roberts Lovemarks On October 30, 2006 Kevin Roberts, CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi, visited Google's NYC Campus. In this presentaion he discusses the Lovemarks concept, some of Saatchi's most ...
German judges express scepticism about EU Lisbon treaty
2009 02 12
Several of the eight judges in charge of examining whether the EU's Lisbon Treaty is compatible with the German constitution have expressed scepticism about the constitutional effects of further EU integration. According to reports in the German media, the debate during the crucial two-day hearing starting on Tuesday (10 Februrary) on the treaty centred on criminal law and the extent to ...
Environmental Education, Environmental Indoctrination
2009 02 12
Could environmental education be crossing into environmental indoctrination? Some critics say yes, as schools boast that such curricula simply is teaching children ways of caring for the earth. Being a "good" student at Western Avenue Elementary School in Flossmoor, Ill., means more than just doing reading, writing and arithmetic well. It also means trying to save the planet. "It's really important to ...
Scientists and Google create Singularity University to solve "humanity’s grandest challenges"
2009 02 12
Next Step HAL? Theorists predict smarter-than-human computers by 2019 Video from: foxnews.com Some technologies are so complex and have so many frequent breakthroughs that few people can keep up. Now comes a new nine-week summer program in Silicon Valley for super-smart people. Dubbed Singularity University, its founders hope it will help close the gap in understanding and applying fast-developing technologies to solve what ...
Missing Mexican island Bermeja fuels mystery
2009 02 11
Lawmakers in Mexico are trying to determine the whereabouts of island central to the country's oil claims, which appears literally to have dropped off the map about 10 years ago. Bermeja island in the Gulf of Mexico -- a strategic marker defining US and Mexican maritime and subsea rights -- has disappeared along with documents backing up a bilateral treaty on ...
Holocaust-denying Bishop sacked from seminary
2009 02 11
Ultra-conservative Society of St Pius X gives Richard Williamson until the end of the month to change his mind about the gas chambers. The English Roman Catholic bishop who denies that the Holocaust took place has been sacked as director of a traditionalist seminary. Bishop Richard Williamson was removed from his position at the Society of St Pius X La ...
Giant horse to tower over UK countryside
2009 02 11
A sculpture of a giant white horse taller than the Statue of Liberty is set to tower over the countryside as part of an unusual scheme to help revive the fortunes of a depressed region of England. The 50-meter equine artwork was Tuesday announced as the winner of a competition to design a landmark to dominate the skyline of the ...
Sol Sender - Obama Logo Design (Video)
2009 02 11
Creative director Sol Sender tells the story of conception and birth of the Obama 08 logo, including the strategy behind it, developmental concepts and finalist designs for the identity not chosen by the campaign. Sender, now a strategist with design agency VSA Partners (vsapartners.com) in Chicago, was creative director and principal of his own design firm, Sender LLC, when he ...
Genetic mapping of babies by 2019 will transform preventive medicine
2009 02 10
Every baby born a decade from now will have its genetic code mapped at birth, the head of the world's leading genome sequencing company has predicted. A complete DNA read-out for every newborn will be technically feasible and affordable in less than five years, promising a revolution in healthcare, says Jay Flatley, the chief executive of Illumina. Only social and ...
Neurology and the Passion for Art (Video)
2009 02 10
Why is it that great works of art seem to have a universal appeal, transcending cultural and geographic boundaries? V.S. Ramachandran, director of UCSD's Center for Brain and Cognition has studied how the brain perceives works of art and thinks he may know the answer to this intriguing question.
How Britain created Ulster's murder gangs
2009 02 10
Since the Sunday Herald was founded in 1999, it has led the way in exposing the “dirty war” in Northern Ireland. Today, we report on the most shocking revelations to date. Our investigations show that far from merely “turning” terrorists to work for the state, British military intelligency actually created loyalist murder gangs to operate as proxy assassins. They even ...
Titanic ancient snake was as long as Tyrannosaurus
2009 02 09
It was the all-time titan of snakes -- a monster as long as a Tyrannosaurus rex that stalked a steamy South American rain forest after the demise of the dinosaurs and ate crocodiles for breakfast, lunch and dinner. An international team of scientists on Wednesday announced the discovery in northern Colombia of fossil remains of the largest snake ever known ...
Increasing Number of States Declaring Sovereignty
2009 02 09
Back in December, the Wall Street Journal had a good chuckle over Russian academic Igor Panarin’s prediction that the United States would break apart by 2010. Using threadbare Cold War logic, Andrew Osborn wrote that Panarin’s forecast “is music to the ears of the Kremlin, which in recent years has blamed Washington for everything from instability in the Middle East ...
Institute For Human Continuity: the end of the world imagined by Sony
2009 02 09
2012 the movie may have been delayed from release until November, but that hasn’t stopped Sony’s online viral marketing efforts. The latest is the Institute For Human Continuity, a site pretending to be dedicated to human survival after the world is plunged into disaster in 2012. According to the site, the IHC has determined there is a 94% chance that ...
Newton: The Dark Heretic (Video)
2009 02 09
A BBC documentary uncovers, for the first time, the original manuscript where Newton forecast the date of the end of the world. Newton, the father of modern mathematics, dedicated a large part of his life to a quest to decode the Bible which he believed to be the word of God. For over 50 years, he studied the Bible trying to ...
Is an Israeli Jewish sense of victimization perpetuating the conflict with Palestinians?
2009 02 09
A new study of Jewish Israelis shows that most accept the 'official version' of the history of the conflict with the Palestinians. Is it any wonder, then, that the same public also buys the establishment explanation of the operation in Gaza? A pioneering research study dealing with Israeli Jews' memory of the conflict with the Arabs, from its inception to ...
Tony Blair set to become EU chief as Sarkozy battles to win him the post
2009 02 08
Helpful friend: Nicolas Sarkozy wants Tony Blair to become the first EU President Tony Blair is poised to become the first President of Europe after it was confirmed that French leader Nicolas Sarkozy is determined to help him win the post. A senior aide to President Sarkozy told a private gathering of senior British and French politicians that he is to tell ...
Sleaze, Spin and How the Obamas are Already Turning Into Tony and Cherie Blair
2009 02 08
Well, that didn't take long. Less than a fortnight into Obama's presidency, the gloss is off already. Looks like the new president has come out as what he was all along: a Chicago Democrat politician surrounded by cronies who've been failing to pay their income tax. First there was Tim Geithner, whom Obama chose to be his Treasury Secretary. It ...
Number of alien worlds quantified
2009 02 08
Intelligent civilisations are out there and there could be thousands of them, according to an Edinburgh scientist. The discovery of more than 330 planets outside our solar system in recent years has helped refine the number of life forms that are likely to exist. The current research estimates that there are at least 361 intelligent civilisations in our Galaxy and ...
Japanese Company Invents Water Fueled Car
2009 02 08
Tired of pumping expensive gasoline into your car? Well one Japanese company reveals an eco-friendly car that runs on water, using the company's generating system, which converts water into electrical power - possibly the world's first. All you need is a liter of water - any kind of water to be exact, whether its river, rain, sea water, or even Japanese ...
Kymatica (Video)
2009 02 06
Kymatica is the sequel to Esoteric Agenda by ben and Daniel Stewart from Talismanic Idols. Kymatica ventures into the realm of Cymatics and Shamanic practices. It offers insight into the human psyche and discuss matters of spirituality, altered states of consciousness and much more! Featuring Interviews with Bruce Lipton and Henrik Palmgren.
Synchromusicology, Chromotherapy, Synesthesia, and the Aural Current of Electric Audiomancy (Video)
2009 02 06
Spread Joy and Dispel Fear with Holographic Music. The rank of Magus is reserved for an elite class of philosophers and metaphysicians who hold the keys to divine knowledge. Mundane, consumer-oriented culture of postmodern Earth has cast down these noble spiritual teachers in the name of hyper-rational materialism. Ancient wisdom is lost amidst the rise of flashy exoteric performance, forcing ...
Amazing MoD dossier reveals "truth" about UFOs
2009 02 06
A shock UFO dossier made public by the Ministry of Defence yesterday reveals that one loomed over PARLIAMENT last year. The mystery object was seen from the House of Commons as the number sighted in our skies during 2008 more than doubled. Among the 285 UFO incidents logged by the MoD was one spotted on New Year’s Eve by an ...
Heavyweight transparency – Light Transmitting Concrete
2009 02 05
Thanks to a lot of unimaginative work over the last half century, concrete has a bad name, yet at the same time, some of the world’s most beautiful and innovative works of contemporary architecture derive their character from the material. Interestingly, though concrete might seem a low tech material, it is evolving. We’ve recently written about bendable concrete and now ...
Hulu's Superbowl Commercial (Video)
2009 02 05
The Very Interesting and Disturbing Hulu Commercial. Multilayerd Gobbledygook with the 30 Rock "TV Star" Alec Baldwin.
Those People in Gaza: Where Do They Come From, And Why Are They So Mad?
2009 02 04
"We tend to believe abroad that Palestine is nowadays almost completely deserted, a noncultivated wilderness, and anyone can come there and buy as much land as his heart desires. But in reality this is not the case. It is difficult to find anywhere in the country Arab land which lies fallow; the only areas which are not cultivated are sand ...
Too much television can make children 'mentally ill'
2009 02 04
Too much television and time spent on the internet can make children mentally ill, an in-depth report has concluded. Excessive exposure makes a child materialistic, which in turn affects their relationship with their parents and their health. That is one of the conclusions of a new wide-ranging survey into British childhood, produced for the Children's Society. It says that children are part ...
Electric Clouds
2009 02 04
Cloud formations often exhibit structure that could be the result of something other than blowing winds. Does ionized plasma actually shape the clouds? "Thunderstorms are not electricity generators, they are passive elements in an interplanetary circuit, like a self-repairing leaky condenser. The energy stored in the cloud ‘condenser’ is released as lightning when it short-circuits. The short-circuits can occur either ...
The Obamas Have a Rabbi in the Family
2009 02 04
While Barack Obama has struggled to capture Jewish votes, it turns out that one of his wife’s cousins is the country’s most prominent black rabbi. Michelle Obama, wife of the Democratic presidential nominee, is a first cousin once removed of Rabbi Capers Funnye, spiritual leader of a mostly black synagogue on Chicago’s South Side. Funnye’s mother, Verdelle Robinson Funnye, and ...
The testing of a god, the sacrifice for a Union: Gaza’s tale
2009 02 04
What amazes me first is I never thought I would see it so soon, the world seeing the Israeli military government for the mass murdering psychopaths that they are. And I don’t mean that as just a standard cry of frustration either. Basically what a psychopath is, is a person who will charm or cry victim their way into a ...
Freezing temperatures cause cold snap across Europe
2009 02 03
Freezing temperatures have caused chaos across Europe as ice and snow have brought traffic to a halt and closed roads. Switerzland, France and Spain were just some of the countries to be hit by unusually low temperatures. In Versoix near Geneva in Switzerland cars were rendered immovable after being covered by icicles. Icicles also hung danergously from trees and lamposts. ...
French demonstration: Sarkozy vs the street
2009 02 03
In the biggest demonstrations seen in France for more than a decade, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets yesterday to protest against everything from the global economic crisis to President Nicolas Sarkozy's efforts to shrink the French state. About 300,000 people – mostly representing the many tribes of a rejuvenated left-wing movement – marched raucously through the ...
Is The HPV Vaccine Safe?
2009 02 01
Read more: Gardasil, Genetically Engineered HPV/Cervical Cancer Vaccine Judicial Watch Uncovers Three Deaths Relating to HPV Vaccine Germany introduces Merck's Gardasil - Cervical Cancer Vaccine Canberra gets 25 per cent off cancer vaccine Gardasil HPV Vaccine Hoax Exposed This video exposes the truth about Gardasil and HPV vaccinations: They don't work and may actually be dangerous to women. The FDA knew HPV did not cause ...
United States of Dissociation
2009 02 01
2009 is going to be an interesting year for MKTV, seems every other show that comes out relates to it, Dollhouse (new poster further down) has been talked about in recent comments; bear in mind these themes are entirely connected (the "Dolls"/"Actives" in it being programmed multiples [intentionally created DID; through abuse/drugs/various techniques]). Cheers to commenter for pointing me in ...
A New Generation Of Eco-Warriors
2009 02 01
When the Behre family comes in from the Pennsylvania cold, their coats often stay on.Their mom keeps the temperature at 66 degrees - not just to save money, but because her middle-school-aged daughters, Jane and Annie, insist, CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy reports. "We are inheriting all the problems that we are facing so we need to start dealing with ...
Doctors Spooked by Israel's Mystery Weapon
2009 02 01
Critics continue to press the case that Israel committed "war crimes" in its war with Hamas, because of the civilian casualties in Gaza. Ironically, many of these wounds may have been caused by a weapon designed to reduce collateral damage. Not that the Israelis admit they have the thing. We first reported on Dense Inert Metal Explosive (DIME) munitions in ...
Rsearchers discover brain's memory 'buffer' in single cells
2009 02 01
Individual nerve cells in the front part of the brain can hold traces of memories on their own for as long as a minute and possibly longer, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have found. The study, available online and appearing in the February issue of Nature Neuroscience, is the first to identify the specific signal that establishes nonpermanent cellular ...
Concern for the Male Population
2009 02 01
Canada's national newspaper, The Globe and Mail, reports something is happening to men and boys which concerns scientists and researchers: fewer boys are being born than girls. How far-reaching is this problem? In a study by Dr. Devra Davis of the University of Pittsburgh, the combined figures for U.S. and Japan is a "staggering tally of 262,000 'missing boys' from ...
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