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May 2010

Their cure will kill us! Michel Chossudovsky on State of Financial Emergency (Video)
2010 05 31
Economist Michel Chossudovsky gives his assessment of what?s going on in the world of finances. He believes the worst of the global crisis is yet to come and all the measures taken to stop it are actually hurting the economy. Video from: YouTube.com
Energy expert: Nuking oil leak ?only thing we can do?
2010 05 31
BP ?totally in charge of the news? about oil leak, energy expert says As the latest effort to plug the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico meets with failure, the idea of nuking the immediate area to seal the oil underground is gaining steam among some energy experts and researchers. One prominent energy expert known for predicting the oil price spike ...
Fish With "Hands" Found to Be New Species
2010 05 31
Newly described as its own species, the Ziebell?s handfish typically has yellow fins, but the species can also appear with a mottled purplish coloration. Ziebell?s handfish is found only in small, isolated populations off Tasmania and is listed as vulnerable in Australia.
Today?s College Students Lack Empathy?
2010 05 31
College students today are less likely to "get" the emotions of others than their counterparts 20 and 30 years ago, a new review study suggests. Specifically, today?s students scored 40 percent lower on a measure of empathy than their elders did.
The point about pain: New study sheds light on acupuncture
2010 05 31
Acupuncture eases pain in the limbs because it releases a natural molecule called adenosine, neuroscientists in the United States reported on Sunday. The mechanism was discovered through experiments in lab mice, which were given an injection of an inflammation-inducing chemical in their right paw. The researchers inserted fine needles below the midline of the mice?s knee, at a well-known acupuncture location called ...
Israeli ships stalk pro-Palestinian aid flotilla
2010 05 31
Israeli warships stalked a flotilla carrying hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists, including a Nobel laureate and a Holocaust survivor heading for the Gaza Strip on Monday, edging closer to a naval showdown on the high seas. Huwaida Arraf, one of the organizers, said the six-ship flotilla began the journey from international waters off the coast of Cyprus on Sunday afternoon after two ...
Orcadian Stones
2010 05 29
Though the Orkneys are on the northern frontiers in Europe, they nevertheless form an integral part of the European megalithic civilisation ? and are on par with monuments in the heartland of that civilisation. What was it that made the Orkneys exceptional? The Orkney Islands sit on the northern tip of the British mainland. It is rumoured that one inhabitant once ...
The (Naked) Nobel Brotherhood and Vigeland's Strange Art in Oslo
2010 05 28
What do the Nobel Peace Prize Medal and the Vigeland Sculpture Garden have in common? Nudity (and the same artist)! Have you ever noticed the artwork on The Nobel Peace Prize Medal? The reverse side of the Nobel Peace Prize medal representsa group of three men forming a fraternal bond. From: nobelprize.org Yes, it really does depict three naked men with their ...
Paper reveals EU plan to boost GM crop cultivation
2010 05 28
Europe faces a major overhaul in the way it deals with genetically modified (GM) crops, after the European Commission sparked controversy with new plans to circumvent its cumbersome legislative review process. The EU executive wants to let national governments decide whether or not to grow genetically modified crops without a long drawn-out review of the bloc's current GM legislation, an initial ...
Petition to Stop GM crop development in Europe
2010 05 28
The European Commission has just approved growing genetically modified crops for the first time in 12 years, putting the GM lobby's profits over public concerns -- 60% of Europeans feel we need more information before growing foods that could threaten our health and environment. A new initiative allows 1 million EU citizens a unique chance to make official requests of ...
Solar Scientists Agree That the Sun?s Recent Behavior Is Odd, but the Explanation Remains Elusive
2010 05 28
Solar physicists here at the semiannual meeting of the American Astronomical Society this week offered a number of mechanisms to shed light on what has been happening on the sun of late, but conceded that the final answer - or more likely answers - remains opaque.
Foxconn Suicides Mount: iPhone and iPad Factory Under Scrutiny
2010 05 28
The massive Foxconn factory in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen is known for assembling famous electronic goods like Apple?s iPhone and iPad. But in recent months it has gained a darker image, as a place where distraught workers regularly throw themselves to their deaths.
Researchers take step to ?universal? flu vaccine
2010 05 28
"It takes months to make a new flu vaccine and governments and commercial drug companies struggled to get the new H1N1 vaccine out by last September. Having a universal flu vaccine could, in theory, prevent future pandemics and keep seasonal flu under better control."
Iceland Volcano Ash Plume Electrified
2010 05 28
The billowing plume of ash that spewed from Iceland?s Eyjafjallajakull volcano and spread across Europe in April carried with it a significant electric charge, new research reveals. Eyjafjallajakull first began pumping volcanic ash into the atmosphere on March 20. The spread of the plume across Europe hampered air travel for days and created fiery red sunsets. © Anthony Ayiomamitis Shortly after the volcano?s ...
Secret papers show ballerina?s role in Panama coup
2010 05 28
Previously secret papers declassified Friday revealed that British ballerina Margot Fonteyn was heavily involved in plotting a coup to overthrow Panama?s government, detailing how her clandestine political activities both exasperated and amused officials on both sides of the Atlantic. The confidential telegrams and correspondence released by Britain?s national archives pieced together a bizarre and sometimes comic account of the attempted coup ...
Australia minister attacks ?creepy? Google in Web row
2010 05 26
Australia?s communications minister has called Google?s privacy policy "a bit creepy" in personal attacks against the head of the company and fellow Web giant Facebook in an Internet filtering row. Stephen Conroy said Google had committed the "single greatest breach in the history of privacy" by collecting private wireless data while taking pictures for its "Street View" mapping service, and dismissed ...
Divers Explore Sunken Ruins Of Cleopatra?s Palace
2010 05 26
French underwater archaeologist Franck Goddio is using advanced technology to explore the submerged ruins of a palace and temple complex from where Queen Cleopatra ruled, painstakingly excavating one of the richest underwater archaeological sites in the world and retrieving stunning artifacts from the last dynasty to rule over ancient Egypt before the Roman Empire annexed it in 30 B.C.
Nick Clegg admits: Gov?t may be ?powerless? to stop Gary McKinnon?s extradition
2010 05 26
The comment - his first intervention in the case since becoming Deputy Prime Minister - surprised supporters of the 44-year-old computer hacker because it was completely at odds with Mr Clegg?s previously stated position.
Another $1m pay day for Blair as the former PM lands a job as a climate change guru
2010 05 26
Tony Blair has landed a lucrative job advising an American billionaire on how to make money out of tackling climate change. The former Prime Minister is expected to be paid at least a million dollars (£700,000) a year to act as a ?strategic adviser? to Khosla Ventures, a firm of venture capitalists based in California?s Silicon Valley. The firm, set up by ...
Truck carrying 17 million bees crashes
2010 05 26
Rescue crews armed with fire hoses had to battle an angry swarm of bees after a flatbed lorry carrying 17million of the insects was caught in a fatal crash. Two people died in the four-vehicle smash-up near Minneapolis, Minnesota yesterday. It is unclear if they were stung to death or if they died as a result of injuries received in the crash.
Britain bans doctor who linked autism to vaccine
2010 05 26
The doctor whose research linking autism and the vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella influenced millions of parents to refuse the shot for their children was banned Monday from practicing medicine in his native Britain. Dr. Andrew Wakefield?s 1998 study was discredited ? but vaccination rates have never fully recovered and he continues to enjoy a vocal following, helped in the ...
Christina Aguilera?s ?Not Myself Tonight?: More Illuminati Music
2010 05 25
Christina Aguilera?s new album and video introduces fans to a definite style change. The singer now clearly fits the mold of the occult music industry by incorporating its themes and symbolism into her art. We will look at the hidden meaning of her video ?Not Myself Tonight? ...
Researchers Achieve Quantum Teleportation Over 10 Miles of Empty Space
2010 05 25
Teleportation doesn?t work for humans ? yet ? but it works over long distances, a new study reports. Time Magazine Scientists in China have broken the record for quantum teleportation, achieving a distance of about 10 miles, according to a new study in Nature Photonics. That?s a giant leap from previous achievements.
Secret X-37B Space Plane Spotted by Amateur Skywatchers
2010 05 25
While the U.S. Air Force is mum about the orbital whereabouts of its X-37B mini-space plane, a dedicated band of amateur skywatchers has got its cross-hairs on the spacecraft. The unpiloted X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle 1 was lofted on April 22 atop an Atlas launcher. It is being flown under the auspices of the U.S. Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office. The X-37B ...
Hubble catches planet being devoured by its star
2010 05 25
The Hubble space telescope has discovered a planet in our galaxy in the process of being devoured by the star that it orbits, according to a paper published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters. The doomed planet, dubbed WASP-12b, has the highest known surface temperature of any planet in the Milky Way -- around 1,500 degrees Celsius (2,800 degrees Fahrenheit). But it could ...
Archaeologists discover 2,700-year-old tomb in Mexico
2010 05 24
Archaeologists in southern Mexico have discovered the 2,700-year-old tomb of a dignitary inside a pyramid that may be the oldest such burial documented in Mesoamerica. The tomb held a man aged about 50, who was buried with jade collars, pyrite and obsidian artefacts and ceramic vessels. Archaeologist Emiliano Gallaga said the tomb dates to between 500 and 700BC. "We think ...
Keyhole & Arrow (Pyramid & Eye) Crop Circle Decoded?
2010 05 24
I would say due to the alchemical/symbolic nature of the crop circle I would say the "sh*t is going to hit the fan" around August 6th...Maybe. I'll explain the date further down. The keyhole crop circle may be inferring the merging of the energetic principles of Isis and Osiris, which is also confirmed by the circumpunct crop ...
Soul Catcher: The strange deathbed experiment of Dr MacDougall
2010 05 24
The nature of a human soul was a much-discussed topic within Victorian psychical research communities, many of whose members were also eminent scientists. In the winter of 1896 Dr Duncan MacDougall, a Massachusetts-based surgeon, came up with a novel idea. ?Why not,? he asked, ?weigh on accurate scales a man at the very moment of death??
Bulgarian Scientist Claims Alien Contact, Falls Silent
2010 05 24
I received an email today updating me on the strange case of Lachezar Filipov. On November 26, 2009, London?s Daily Telegraph and Daily Mail reported that Filipov, [above], deputy director of the Space Research Institute (NASA equivalent) of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, had announced that, "aliens are currently all around us, and are watching us all the time." He claimed ...
US Gov?t Threatens to Boot BP
2010 05 24
The U.S. government threatened on Sunday to remove BP from efforts to seal a blown-out oil well in the Gulf of Mexico if it doesn?t do enough to stop the leak, though it acknowledged only the company and the oil industry have the needed know-how.
57 Ancient Tombs With Mummies Unearthed In Egypt
2010 05 24
Archeologists have unearthed 57 ancient Egyptian tombs, most of which hold an ornately painted wooden sarcophagus with a mummy inside, Egypt?s Supreme Council of Antiquities said Sunday. The oldest tombs date back to around 2750 B.C. during the period of Egypt?s first and second dynasties, the council said in a statement. Twelve of the tombs belong the 18th dynasty which ruled ...
Woman offered ?£200 to be sterilized?
2010 05 24
A woman has claimed she was approached near a health centre in Glasgow by three women who offered her £200 if she agreed to be sterilised. Deborah Wilson said the offer was made as she left Possilpark Health Centre with her nine-year-old son on Friday. The offer was made to Deborah Wilson in front of her son Jay. Ms Wilson said the women ...
UFO Hacker Gary McKinnon Gets to Stay in UK (Video)
2010 05 24
Home Secretary Theresa May has agreed to an adjournment in the extradition case of computer hacker Gary McKinnon. Video from: YouTube.com A judge was due to rule on whether her predecessor Alan Johnson was wrong to grant the request by the US. Lawyers for Mr McKinnon, 44, from north London, made representations to the new government as part of a long campaign to ...
Author Daniel Estulin to Shed Light on Bilderbergs with Historic Presentation at European Parliament
2010 05 22
International best-selling author Daniel Estulin will make an unprecedented speech before the European Parliament on June 1st, 2010 at its headquarters in Brussels. Daniel Estulin, author of "The True Story of the Bilderberg Group" and "Shadow Masters", has been invited to speak at the European Parliament by Mario Borghezio, the most senior Member of European Parliament from Italy. The European Parliament ...
Max Keiser: Financial Terrorism, Crashing the Greek Economy for Profit
2010 05 22
Max Keiser interviewed by Helen Skopis on Athens International Radio, 17 May 2010 with an update on the Greek debt crisis. Are speculators like the giant bond fund PIMCO trying to crash the Greek economy in order to make a quick pay day on the collapse of its bonds? Max Keiser thinks so. Is Max delusional? Well, two months ago, he ...
Princeton Scientist Dr. Happer Testifies to Congress: "Warming and increased CO2 will be good for mankind"
2010 05 22
My name is William Happer, and I am the Cyrus Fogg Bracket Professor of Physics at Princeton University. I have spent my professional life studying the interactions of visible and infrared radiation with gases ? one of the main physical phenomena behind the greenhouse effect. I have published over 200 papers in peer reviewed scientific journals. I am a member ...
Scientists discover explanation for why the Universe exists
2010 05 21
Physicists have long wondered why the universe exists when matter and anti-matter particles obliterate each other on contact. But new data from a particle accelerator in the United States suggests a reason. The tests showed that when anti-protons and protons collide, the resulting new particles show a one per cent skew toward matter over anti-matter. Over a long period of time, this ...
UK explores paying people to become healthier
2010 05 21
The NHS is exploring the possibility of using financial incentives to encourage healthier lifestyles. Several areas have already started their own schemes - and the results have given some encouragement. It has already backed rewards to encourage people off drugs.
Six men get ready for 520-day simulated Mars trip
2010 05 21
Six men from Russia, Europe and China are preparing to spend 520 days together in a sealed-off warren to take a simulated trip to Mars to test how long isolation would affect humans. Seven volunteers for the Mars500 experiment, which simulates a 520-day flight to Mars, pose for a picture in Moscow May 18, 2010. Credit: REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin On June 3, three ...
Craig Venter creates first synthetic life form
2010 05 21
Craig Venter and his team have built the genome of a bacterium from scratch and incorporated it into a cell to make what they call the world?s first synthetic life form Scientists have created the world?s first synthetic life form in a landmark experiment that paves the way for designer organisms that are built rather than evolved. The controversial feat, which has ...
London unveils creepy-looking mascots for 2012 Olympics - Rife with Symbolism
2010 05 20
London unveils creepy-looking mascots for 2012 Olympics By Chris Chase | Sports.Yahoo.com When the official logo of the 2012 London Olympics was released three years ago, the odd puzzle-piece design was the object of so much scorn that organizers were desperate to avoid similar criticism when they unveiled the mascots for the Games on Wednesday. With the introduction of Wenlock and ...
North Korea warns of war if punished for ship sinking, "all-out war"
2010 05 20
North Korea, accused of waging the deadliest attack on the South Korean military since the Korean War, flatly denied sinking a warship Thursday and warned that retaliation would mean "all-out war." Evidence presented Thursday to prove North Korea fired a torpedo that sank a South Korean ship was fabricated by Seoul...
Picasso and Matisse stolen from Paris museum in ?500 million raid
2010 05 20
Paintings worth ?500 million (£430 million), including masterpieces by Picasso and Matisse, have been stolen during a daring night raid on a Paris gallery. A lone thief broke into the city´s Museum of Modern Art overnight on Wednesday, also taking works by George Braque, Amedeo Modigliani and Fernand Lege. A single masked raider was caught on CCTV entering through a ...
The Violence in Bangkok - Photos
2010 05 20
Earlier today, soldiers from the Thai Army broke down barricades and entered the fortified camp occupied by anti-government Red Shirt protesters for the past several weeks in downtown Bangkok. Several clashes took place, and Red Shirt leaders announced to their followers that they were surrendering to police as the soldiers approached. Many protesters dispersed, but some continued to battle with ...
BP Releases Four Disturbing New Videos of Gulf Oil Leak
2010 05 20
A harbinger of what?s to come--BP agreed this week to release all video footage of the spill. The bad news: the spill looks really, really bad. The good news: scientists might be able to use the video to check whether BP?s estimated oil release of 210,000 gallons per day is accurate.
Russian company unveils plans for 5th-generation ?invisible? helicopters
2010 05 20
Russian Helicopters is planning to create the world?s first fifth-generation combat helicopter which experts say would be able to attack fighter jets and be invisible for radars, Russian daily Gazeta said on Thursday. "We are working on the concept of the fifth-generation combat helicopter," the paper quoted the company?s CEO, Andrei Shibitov, as saying at a news conference in Moscow. © RIA ...
9/11 families oppose Holder proposal to modify Miranda
2010 05 20
"We?re now dealing with international terrorists," Attorney General Eric Holder told NBC television. "And I think that we have to think about perhaps modifying the rules that interrogators have and somehow coming up with something that is flexible and is more consistent with the threat that we now face."
Abu Dhabi hotel installs gold-dispensing ATM
2010 05 20
Abu Dhabi?s top hotel is upping the ante in the race for Gulf glitz: adding a gold-dispensing machine. The ATM-style kiosk in the Emirates Palace monitors the daily gold price and offers small bars up to 10 grams or coins with customized designs. It?s the idea of a German entrepreneur, Thomas Geissler, who began testing the cash-for-gold machines ...
French court frees man who killed ex-Iranian PM
2010 05 20
A French court ordered the release on Tuesday of an Iranian who was serving a life sentence for the 1991 murder of Iran?s last prime minister under the Shah, the convicted man?s lawyer said. The decision comes just two days after Iran freed a French teaching assistant accused of spying. Paris and Tehran have denied the two moves were connected. Ali Vakili ...
Gates Foundation Suggests Sterilizing Males with Ultrasound
2010 05 20
Among the 78 research projects to receive $100,000 grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation earlier this week as part of the Grand Challenges in Global Health initiative, is an effort by researchers at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, to develop a non-invasive, reversible form of birth control for men ? using ultrasound. Based on preliminary trials ...
Kaczynski Plane Crash Inquiry: Passengers in cockpit before catastrophe (Video)
2010 05 19
"Details have been given of the investigation into last month?s fatal plane crash, which killed the Polish president and high-ranking officials. In total 96 people died when their jet came down as it tried to land in Smolensk in Western Russia. Polish and Russian Investigators have revealed non-crew members were in the cockpit of Presidential Tu-154 and that ?non-crew voices? ...
Aliens ?hijack? Nasa?s Voyager 2 spacecraft, claims expert
2010 05 18
Aliens have hijacked a Nasa spacecraft and are using it to try to contact earth, a UFO expert has claimed. Hartwig Hausdorf, a German academic, believes that the reason Voyager 2, an unmanned probe that has been in space since 1977, is sending strange messages that are confusing scientists, is because it has been taken over by extraterrestrial life. Since its launch, ...
Colossal statue of Thoth discovered at temple of Amenhotep III in Luxor
2010 05 18
A colossal statue of the ancient Egyptian god Thoth, the deity of wisdom, is the latest artefact to be discovered near the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III during archaeological works aimed at controlling the subterranean water level on Luxor?s west bank. The statue, of which only the top half was found, depicts the ancient Egyptian deity of wisdom Thoth. The 3.5 metre ...
The Global Economic Crisis, The Great Depression of the XXI Century
2010 05 18
An outright "economic war" resulting in unemployment, poverty and disease is carried out through the free market. People?s lives are in a freefall and their purchasing power is destroyed. Rather than addressing an impending social catastrophe, Western governments and economic elites have installed a "Big Brother" police state, with a mandate to confront and repress all forms of opposition.
The Spear of Longinus: The Dark Past of The Double Edged Sword
2010 05 18
In 1909 in Vienna, a thin, pale, shabby young man stood before the treasures of the House of Hapsburg. Jeweled crowns glittered in their cases. But what transfixed the observer was one small item: the remains of a spear, dull and black with age. The unprepossessing visitor was Adolf Hitler. The object he worshiped was the Spear of Longinus.
Folk medicine poses global threat to wild dog species
2010 05 18
Half of all wild canine species such as dogs, foxes and wolves are harvested for traditional folk medicines, conservationists warn. According to a scientific survey, 19 out of 35 known species of wild canid are still used in traditional medicine worldwide. For example, wolf parts are eaten to treat chicken pox, while jackals are used to treat epilepsy and asthma. Such trade may ...
Philippine chopper crash kills governor, 4 others
2010 05 18
The helicopter carrying Quezon Gov. Rafael Nantes, two security personnel and the pilot crashed shortly after takeoff in Lucena city, about 70 miles (110 kilometers) southeast of Manila, said provincial police Chief Ericson Velasquez. "The chopper was totally crushed and burned, while the bodies we retrieved were almost totally burned beyond recognition,"
Leonardo Da Vinci: The Artist That Solved The Riddle of Earthshine
2010 05 17
Leonardo Da Vinci fashioned flying machines, crossbows, and cannons, using his deep interest in science to figure out any technical matter. Using his wild imagination, he turned his sights to the moon. He pushed forward using his ideals of shadow and light to observe the moon, thus formulating the Codex Leicester explaining earthshine and his contrasting beliefs.
Pakistani Taliban say America will "burn" (Playing their roles to achieve a new war theatre?)
2010 05 17
Analysts have long doubted the Pakistani Taliban, operating out of remote mountains along the Afghan border, had the sophistication to plan and execute a bomb attack in a Western country on their own.
?Quake Lights? Reported Over Southern California!
2010 05 17
Above: San Diego, California Above: Santiago, Chile prior to major earthquake Video from: YouTube.com weatherspace - San Diego residents are reporting shaking continuing in the area. The shaking, according to the USGS, is likely due to the Easter quake this year which rocked the region. Twitter is rolling with reports of rainbow cloud over Los Angeles today. Reports are coming in that this looks ...
BP: Mile-long tube sucking oil away from Gulf well
2010 05 17
In a significant step toward containing a massive Gulf of Mexico oil leak, BP said a mile-long tube was funneling crude Sunday from a blown well to a tanker ship after three days of wrestling to get the stopgap measure into place on the seafloor. Yet even as the company reported the success after weeks of fruitless efforts, scientists warned ...
Getting Comfortable with Stupidity
2010 05 16
This is an excellent article describing why in science it is important to feel comfortable with ones stupidity (more like ignorance than stupidity). Non-scientists may not realize that most of the time in scientific research, especially research at the edge of the known -- which is where all the excitement is -- that we really dont know what were doing. ...
Sovereign Independent Confronts Rockefeller in Dublin Trilateral Venue
2010 05 15
May 9th at the Four Seasons hotel during the Trilateral Commission weekend at 12.30pm. It was during dinner time in the restaurant when two Sovereign Independent members chanced upon a situation where they were able to confront David Rockefeller and put 2 copies of the sovereign Independent on the dinner table in front of him and tell him a couple ...
Territorians to be barcoded
2010 05 15
Territory victims in large-scale accidents or catastrophes will soon be barcoded at the scene before being sent to hospital. Experts say it is only a matter of months before Territory emergency services adapt the revolutionary barcode card technology. And the rest of Australia is expected to soon follow suit. The technology is designed for major catastrophes which involve more than ...
Action To Arrest Wanted War Criminal Kissinger Trilateral Member
2010 05 15
Henry Kissinger has an International Arrest Warrant out for him and an attempt is made to enforce it in Four Seasons Hotel Dublin Ireland where he was staying 8th May 2010. The annual Trilateral conference headed up and attended by David Rockefeller was held in the hotel on the 7th and 8th May. This secretive group prepare the way for ...
The Euro to Collapse? Nicolas Sarkozy Threatened to Pull out of Euro over Greece row
2010 05 15
French president Nicolas Sarkozy threatened to pull out of the euro unless Angela Merkel dropped her hostility to the EU´s safety net plan. French president Nicolas Sarkozy warned of damage to Franco-German relationship if Angela Merkel opposed EU plan Nicolas Sarkozy threatened to abandon the euro unless Angela Merkel dropped her hostility to the EU´s ?750bn safety net for the single currency, ...
Amateur Video Of Gulf Oil Slick - Worse Than BP Admits
2010 05 15
Video is from Alabama resident John Wathen as a volunteer pilot flew him over the area where the oil rig sank. Officials have stopped guessing at the amount of oil leaking although some speculate it may be closer to 1 million gallons per day. Don´t let BP spin this into something trivial. "It´s not a leak, it´s a volcano spewing ...
Lucifer Rising
2010 05 15
The god of volcanoes and blacksmiths as well as alchemy, Vulcan is often identified with Tubal-Cain of the Genesis bloodline of Cain theoretically carrying the "angelic" essence or genes of the Anunnaki/Nephilim/Watchers/Fallen Ones or Lucifer which morphs into the "Grail bloodline" popularly associated with Jesus and Mary Magdalene. The stuff of The Da Vinci Code... Leonardo da Vinci´s birthday April ...
Rajendra Pachauri says glaciers mistake in IPCC report was "human failure"
2010 05 14
Rajendra Pachauri, the head of the international body which produces key reports to advise governments on climate change, today defended the use of "grey literature" which is not published in scientific journals. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has come under fire after a high-profile mistake was exposed in its most recent assessment of the scale and impacts of ...
Power vs. Privacy: Smart grid could turn appliances into spies, experts warn
2010 05 14
Do you want your fridge talking about you behind your back? With the rapid adoption of a North American "smart grid" aimed at helping consumers conserve electricity, it?s also possible that smart appliances will be able to transmit information about their activities (and yours) through the power lines. Your electricity utility may not yet be able to determine when you snack, ...
The Mysterious ?Miami Circle?
2010 05 14
Property developer Michael Bauman was in for a real surprise when he purchased a plot of land in downtown Miami in 1998. Bauman?s plans for the land were seemingly simple: demolish a 1950-era apartment complex and build a luxury condominium in its place. During a routine archaeological survey of the site, however, hundreds of mysterious holes were discovered in a layer ...
Clinton warns Pakistan of ?very severe consequences? if linked to "terror plot"
2010 05 14
"We?ve gotten more cooperation and it?s been a real sea change in the commitment we?ve seen from the Pakistan government," she said. "We want more. We expect more," she added.
Can One man and One cow Save our Planet?: Seeding the real Green Revolution
2010 05 14
Why on earth would an 80 year old New Zealander pack his bags for good to spend the rest of his life in rural India, teaching farmers how to swirl cow dung in a vortex of water? Meet Peter Proctor (right), in the movie below, the man with a mission to save Indian agriculture from the throes of the so called ...
"Impossible" Star seen by Euro space telescope
2010 05 14
A vast hole in space has been unexpectedly discovered in a part of the universe thought to be packed with a cloud of dense gas and dust ? the latest in a string of cosmic finds by the European Herschel infrared space telescope. The surprising hole in space has provided astronomers with a new glimpse at the end of the star-forming ...
Spain Joins Euro Austerity Rush
2010 05 14
Spain belatedly joined the euro zone?s austerity bandwagon Wednesday in response to a widening debt crisis as the European Commission sought an unprecedented right of prior review of national budgets.
Every nation received a moon rock — some of them can’t find it, (some of them were fake)
2010 05 13
Neil Armstrong took his biggest step for all mankind, and as if to underscore the point his employer decided to share a small token of his lunar booty with nations of the planet. It was not much, at least by size, but the offering of small chunks of lunar rock to the head of every government was a symbolic gesture ...
Cameron (Who married into the Astor family) takes over as Britain’s PM
2010 05 12
David Cameron, the youthful leader who modernized the party of right-wing icon Margaret Thatcher, became prime minister Tuesday after the resignation of Gordon Brown — capping a gripping election saga that returns the Tories to government after 13 years of Labour Party rule.
Pope Benedict silences child abuse "conspiracy theorists" on Portugal visit
2010 05 12
"The church needs to profoundly relearn penitence, accept purification, learn forgiveness but also justice." It was a first sign that the pope was prepared to stop church officials trying to blame the abuse scandal on a supposed conspiracy hatched by outsiders, including pro-choice and pro-gay marriage groups.
Genetic Testing Kit to Hit Drugstore Shelves
2010 05 12
Some 6,000 drug stores in the U.S. will begin selling a genetic testing kit Friday, marking a milestone in access to the rapidly evolving world of personalized, DNA-based medical care. It’s the first time a genetic test will be sold over the counter, and it is not happening without some controversy. The product, called Insight, was developed by San Diego-based ...
Libya plane crash kills 103, Dutch boy survives
2010 05 12
A Libyan Airbus jet crashed early on Wednesday as it tried to land in Tripoli airport, killing 103 people on board, most of them Dutch, leaving a young Dutch boy the sole survivor, officials said.
"Vampire Squid" Goldman Sachs confesses it is being investigated for helping Greece hide its debts
2010 05 11
Goldman Sachs has admitted that it is under investigation for helping Greece to hide its vast debts. The controversial Wall Street bank - nicknamed the Vampire Squid because its tentacles stretch far and wide - is accused of having profiteered out of a complex currency deal that helped Greece massage its finances. In a regulatory filing in the U.S., Goldman disclosed that ...
Germany "might have to foot entire euro aid bill"
2010 05 11
Germany's opposition Social Democrats (SPD) said on Tuesday they had not decided whether to support a European rescue package for the euro, and warned the country could end up footing the entire cost of the bill. The package - 440billion euros in guarantees from euro states plus 60billion euros in a European stabilisation fund - includes some 123billion in loan ...
Gordon Brown resigns as UK prime minister (Video)
2010 05 11
Mr Brown officially tendered his resignation to the Queen at Buckingham Palace, with Conservative leader David Cameron set to succeed him.
New research proves that lucky charms DO actually work
2010 05 11
They are taken to exams, job interviews and weddings in the hope they will bring good fortune. But rather than being mere superstition, lucky charms do actually work, psychologists claim. Researchers told half the golfers on a putting green that they were playing with a lucky ball, and the rest that they were playing with a normal one. The research found that golfers ...
Toll for devastating Iraq attacks rises to 119
2010 05 11
The death toll for a devastating day of attacks across Iraq rose to 119 on Tuesday as the worst hit cities of Basra and Hilla south of Baghdad reported new deaths from bombings the previous day, the country’s deadliest so far this year.
’Zombie’ satellite runs amok in Earth’s orbit
2010 05 11
The out-of-control communications satellite Galaxy 15 is drifting into orbits occupied by other spacecraft. Intelsat’s Galaxy 15 satellite launched in 2005 with an Ariane 5 rocket in Guyana. The communications satellite stopped responding last month, becoming a ’zombie’ satellite that now threatens other spacecraft. Newscom/File An attempt to shut down the electronics payload of the out-of-control communications satellite Galaxy 15 has failed, ...
Lasers Could Create Clouds, and Perhaps Rain, on Demand
2010 05 10
The future of weather manipulation just got even crazier. Weather control freaks may get their next rainmaking tool in the form of an infrared laser. Scientists have successfully created small clouds by firing a laser both inside a lab and under the autumn skies of Berlin, Germany, New Scientist reports. The concept works because laser pulses strip electrons from atoms ...
Online Newspaper will use CIA-style practices: "You don’t have a right to privacy."
2010 05 10
The publisher/editor of online-only newspaper Pasadena Now says he’s “dabbling” in the use of some of the practices that spy agencies like the CIA use to gather data. James Macpherson gained national recognition and a bit of notoriety in some quarters of the media community when he started outsourcing news gathering to India in May 2007. He uses local news gatherers in ...
Former 9/11 Commissioner admits missile hit the Pentagon (Video)
2010 05 10
"Former 9/11 Commissioner, Tim Roemer, slips up in a CNN interview and says a missile caused the damage to the pentagon and then quickly corrects himself to line up with the official story of an airplane hitting the building. " Video from: YouTube.com Since their release on March 7th 2002 (a few days after the publication of Thierry Meyssan’s l’Effroyable Imposture, the ...
Mystery Disease Linked to Missing Israeli Scientist
2010 05 10
Northwest United States began reporting on April 24 that a strange, previously unknown strain of virulent airborne fungi that has already killed at least six people in Oregon, Washington and Idaho is spreading throughout the region. The fungus, according to expert microbiologists, who have expressed alarm about the emergence of the strain, is a new genotype of Cryptococcus gatti fungi. ...
Siberia mine tragedy kills 12, traps over 80
2010 05 10
A few rescuers risked their lives to enter the still methane-filled mine and retrieve injured miners whose whereabouts were known, despite warnings that ordering any more rescue workers down would be tantamount to a death sentence.
Whatever Happened to the Ozone Hole?
2010 05 09
Some scientists say the environmental triumph of a recovering ozone layer could have a troubling side effect: boosting global warming, at least in the Antarctic region.
Iran: Punish U.S. for "shameful" nuclear threats
2010 05 09
Calling nuclear weapons "disgusting and shameful," Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad urged the United Nations on Monday to punish countries like the United States that threaten to use them. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton dismissed Ahmadinejad’s comments as the "same tired, false and sometimes wild accusations" and urged nations to focus on efforts to bring Iran to heel over its nuclear program. In ...
Facebook’s Gone Rogue; It’s Time for an Open Alternative
2010 05 09
Facebook has gone rogue, drunk on founder Mark Zuckerberg’s dreams of world domination. It’s time the rest of the web ecosystem recognizes this and works to replace it with something open and distributed. Facebook used to be a place to share photos and thoughts with friends and family and maybe play a few stupid games that let you pretend you were ...
NASA-inspired Aerogel could sponge up oil spills
2010 05 08
NASA-created aerogel, once used to capture comet dust, could soon solve more down-to-Earth problems. Scientists from Ohio and Arizona are creating aerogels that can absorb oil from spills or stop pollutants from ever reaching the environment. "It would be put on top of the water, where it will float on the surface and absorb oil and then, just like a kitchen sponge, ...
Secret Erik Prince/Blackwater Tape Exposed
2010 05 08
Erik Prince, the reclusive owner of the Blackwater empire, rarely gives public speeches and when he does he attempts to ban journalists from attending and forbids recording or videotaping of his remarks. On May 5, that is exactly what Prince is trying to do when he speaks at DeVos Fieldhouse as the keynote speaker for the "Tulip Time Festival" in ...
Human-looking ETs secretly in U.S.?
2010 05 08
According to accounts released Saturday, April 24, 2010, by the coordinator of an e-mail news and information service, officials of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) and other U.S. government agencies have been involved in security activities involving human-appearing extraterrestrial beings in the U.S. Victor Martinez, the e-mail information coordinator, is a ...
The Hidden Roots of the European Union by Henrik Palmgren
2010 05 08
This is Henrik Palmgren´s first public presentation on "the Hidden Roots of the European Union" filmed in Bath, UK the 20th of February 2010 at the ARC Convention (at 9.30 in the morning). We start with the mythology in this presentation and focus on the story of the Phoenician Princess Europe and the abduction by Zeus or the Bull. We ...
Computer Software decodes emotions over the phone, predicts behavior
2010 05 07
The innovative program can not only predict a caller’s emotional state, but may also diagnose a range of medical conditions. Less than two minutes into a cell phone conversation, a new computer program can predict a broken heart -- literally and figuratively. An Israeli company called eXaudios has developed a computer program, known as Magnify, that decodes the human voice to identify ...
General Election 2010: anger as thousands turned away from polling stations
2010 05 07
The turnout, thought to be the highest for 20 years, was so large that some polling stations were unable to cope with the number of voters. It led to angry scenes in some constituencies when electors were turned away. Video from: Telegraph.co.uk Video from: Telegraph.co.uk Among the areas affected was Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg’s constituency of Sheffield Hallam. Voters with unused polling cards made ...
Farage injured in plane crash
2010 05 07
Anti-EU politician Nigel Farage was injured when his light aircraft crashed as he campaigned for votes on Thursday, Britain’s election day. Media reports suggested the plane had come down after the banner of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) it was trailing became entangled in its engine. "Nigel Farage was breathing and conscious, so was the pilot, even though the pilot was trapped ...
Embryo Mix Up: Woman Implanted with wrong eggs
2010 05 06
The Sterling, Mich., couple had survived the pain of miscarriages, two failed fertility treatments and even a diagnosis of profound deafness in their newborn daughter, but one more cataclysmic event nearly sent their lives spiraling out of control.
Russian president asked to investigate alien claims
2010 05 06
A Russian MP has asked President Dmitry Medvedev to investigate claims by a regional president that he has met aliens on board a spaceship.
Obama was top recipient of BP-related dollars in 2008
2010 05 06
As petroleum giant BP comes under congressional scrutiny as its ruptured oil rig pumps thousands of barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, its political contributions are being scrutinized, too.
African rocks record ancient magnetic field
2010 05 05
Scientists have managed to push back the date for the earliest known presence of a magnetic field on Earth by about 250 million years. The evidence is seen in tiny iron minerals that are aligned inside ancient dacite rocks from the Barberton mountains in South Africa. Analysis of the 3.45-billion-year-old minerals indicates the strength the field was much weaker than today. Earth’s magnetic ...
Do Aliens Exist? Denver Puts It to the Vote
2010 05 05
Denver residents are set to vote in August on whether to allow a commission to investigate if the government has covered up the existence of aliens, but another group of Coloradans is attempting to put a stop to the probe, KDVR reported late Thursday. Jeff Peckman, a supporter of the Denver Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission, claims the government has covered up the ...
Darwin Dynasty Cursed By Inbreeding
2010 05 05
Charles Darwin’s family suffered from the deleterious effects of inbreeding, suggests a new study that serves as ironic punctuation to the evolutionary theorist’s life work. Pioneer of the theory that genetic traits affect survival of both individual organisms and species, Darwin wondered in his own lifetime if his marriage to first cousin Emma Wedgwood was having "the evil effects of close ...
Government cannot use secret evidence in Guantánamo torture case, court rules
2010 05 05
The court of appeal has dismissed an attempt by MI5 and MI6 to suppress evidence of their alleged complicity in the torture and secret transfer of British residents to Gitmo. In a devastating judgment, it ruled that the unprecedented attempt by the security and intelligence agencies to suppress evidence undermined deep-seated principles of common law and open justice.
Greece braces for "violent modernization"
2010 05 05
"We have to bleed." PM Papandreou’s government plan foresees a massive fiscal adjustment driven primarily by cuts in the country’s bloated public sector, which makes up roughly a third of the workforce. Center-left Ethnos said the austerity would mean "asphyxiation" for the Greek people.
"Security slip" let suspect on plane, near takeoff
2010 05 05
The no-fly list failed to keep the Times Square suspect off the plane. Faisal Shahzad had boarded a jetliner bound for the United Arab Emirates Monday night before federal authorities pulled him back. The night’s events, gradually coming to light, underscored the flaws in the nation’s aviation security system, which despite its technologies, lists and information sharing, often comes down to ...
Noah´s Ark found in Turkey
2010 05 04
The remains of Noah´s Ark have been discovered 13,000ft up a Turkish mountain, it has been claimed. A group of Chinese and Turkish evangelical explorers say they have found wooden remains on Mount Ararat in eastern Turkey. They claim carbon dating proves the relics are 4,800 years old — around the same time the ark was said to be afloat. ...
Times Square bomb suspect arrested in New York
2010 05 04
A man suspected of attempting to detonate a car bomb in New York City has been arrested. Faisal Shahzad, a US citizen of Pakistani origin, is accused of driving the explosives-laden car into Times Square on Saturday evening. He is due to appear in court in Manhattan later. US Attorney General Eric Holder said Mr Shahzad was arrested at John F ...
Time Traveler Caught in Museum Photo?
2010 05 04
The image is indeed available through the official website for Canada’s museums. It was part of the exhibit “Their Past Lives Here” from Bralorne-Pioneer, available to the public since 2004. Do you notice anything out of place? Or perhaps, out of time?
Government Report Says Global Warming May Cause Cancer, Mental Illness
2010 05 03
A new government report says global warming could lead to an increase in both cancer and mental illness worldwide, and it calls for more federally funded research to determine how that might happen. The report, A Human Health Perspective on Climate Change, was published by the Interagency Working Group on Climate Change and Health – a combination of scientists from ...
Can world´s largest laser zap Earth´s energy woes?
2010 05 03
Scientists at a government lab here are trying to use the world´s largest laser -- it´s the size of three football fields -- to set off a nuclear reaction so intense that it will make a star bloom on the surface of the Earth. The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory´s formula for cooking up a sun on the ground may sound ...
MI5 files on 7/7 attacks ’impossible’ to access
2010 05 03
It would be "impossible" to reveal secret MI5 files about the 7/7 London terror attacks, a court has been told. The claim has been made at a hearing to decide the format of inquests into the deaths of those killed in 2005. Lawyers for the families of those who died argue the hearing should also look at whether the intelligence services could ...
Hidden toll of US wars: 18 veterans commit suicide daily
2010 05 03
It is not a great mystery. These “great youngsters” are thrown into wars of aggression and colonial-style occupations where they are exposed to horrific violence and employed in the subjugation of entire populations, the killing of civilian men, women and children. Those who acknowledge the mental and emotional trauma created by these conditions are treated as pariahs and weaklings.
Pentagon’s Mach 20 Glider Disappears, Whacking ‘Global Strike’ Plans
2010 05 03
The Pentagon’s controversial plan to hit terrorists half a planet away suffered a setback this weekend, after an experimental hypersonic glider disappeared over the Pacific Ocean. In its first flight test. the Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2 (HTV-2) was supposed to be rocket-launched from California to the edge of space. Then the HTV-2 would could screaming back into the atmosphere, maneuvering ...
Doubt cast on Noah’s ark found in Turkey
2010 05 02
A group of Chinese and Turkish explorers announced this week they are ’99.9 percent’ sure of their discovery on Mt. Ararat. While Noah’s ark found in Turkey would bolster Bible literalists, an American ark-hunter says the latest discovery could be a hoax. Ark of Noah on Mount Ararat. Attributed to Hieronymus Bosch. 1500-1504 Rotterdam, Museum Boymans - van Beuningenaaa A longtime ark-hunter ...
Hunt on for motive in failed New York car bomb
2010 05 02
A car bomb defused in New York’s Times Square was a potential terrorist attack, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said on Sunday, but officials held off identifying who may be responsible.
Was Shakespeare´s ghost writer ... Shakespeare?
2010 05 02
To most people, the literary debate over who wrote the works of William Shakespeare would appear to be much ado about nothing. After all, the play´s the thing, right? What does it matter who wrote it? To James Shapiro, however, it matters a great deal. The Columbia University professor and Shakespeare scholar spent 15 years working on his 2005 book, ...
After torture claims, Iraqi PM says prisoners ‘burned themselves’ with matches to fake abuse
2010 05 01
"Many said they were raped, sodomized with broomsticks and pistol barrels, or forced to engage in sexual acts with one another and their jailers." In response, Prime Minister Maliki said the charges were false and that “there are no secret prisons in Iraq at all,” a claim that seems to be spurious on its face.
The Year The Army Stopped Niagara Falls
2010 05 01
In 1969, the Army Corps of Engineers accomplished an awesome feat: They turned off Niagara Falls. They did it to clean up the area, and check for structural integrity. Here are pictures of this bizarre episode in structural engineering history. These pictures were taken by tourists who visited the dry falls in 1969. Environmental design blog Mammoth explains the context: For six ...
Study suggests humans mated with Neanderthals
2010 05 01
Humans today could be part Neanderthal, according to a new study that found our ancestors interbred with an extinct hominid species some millennia ago. Neanderthals walked the Earth between about 130,000 and 30,000 years ago. While they co-existed with modern humans for a while, eventually they went extinct and we didn’t. There has been intense scientific debate over how similar the ...
Fire, Blood and Tears on April 19th
2010 05 01
The date of April 19 for most of the inhabitants of our beautiful planet Earth is equated with joy and warmth, as the Sun has officially conquered the darkness of night (Spring Equinox) and continues the glorious adventure, giving the gift of longer days, shorter nights and the re-emergence of the flora and fauna. This is translated as barbeques, visits ...
31st Pharavardin 1377 Y.Z.
2010 05 01
Tomorrow is the 233rd anniversary of the birth of the Order of the Illuminati in 1776. Their calendar was based upon the Zoroastrian religious calendar, commencing from the ascension to the throne of Yazdegerd III (1377 years ago), and is still in use today in Iran. (1377 and 233; posted at 7:44 pm? A synchromystic numerologist may have something to ...
The Israel Lobby - Zionist control of America
2010 05 01
For many years now the American foreign policy has been characterized by the strong tie between the United States and Israel. Does the United States in fact keep Israel on its feet? And how long will it continue to do so? In March 2006 the American political scientists John Mearsheimer (University of Chicago) and Steve Walt (Harvard) published the controversial ...
Mayday! Mayday! Happy Birthday Illuminati!
2010 05 01
It´s the first of May, demonstrate and give some more power to the Illuminati! With the help of Baron Adolph von Knigge, on May 1, 1776 Weishaupt formed the "Order of Perfectibilists", which was later known as the Illuminati. Some claim that this founding date is the origin for the date of the Communist May Day observance. He adopted the ...
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