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September 2010

Could ’Goldilocks’ planet be just right for life?
2010 09 30
Astronomers say they have for the first time spotted a planet beyond our own in what is sometimes called the Goldilocks zone for life: Not too hot, not too cold. Juuuust right. Not too far from its star, not too close. So it could contain liquid water. The planet itself is neither too big nor too small for the proper surface, ...
Vatican’s astronomer says he’d love to ’baptise an alien’
2010 09 29
Intelligent aliens may be living among the stars and are likely to have souls, a senior Vatican scientist said yesterday. The Pope’s astronomer, Guy Consolmagno, [left] said he would be happy to ’baptise an alien’ - but admitted that the chances of communicating with life outside the Earth were low. Speaking at the British Science Festival in Birmingham, Dr Consolmagno also dismissed ...
God’s Banksters: Vatican Bank Raided In Money Laundering Investigation
2010 09 29
The Vatican Bank has long been accused of money laundering dirty political, mafia, and crime money.Throughout the the 70s, 80s, and 90s the Vatican Bank, or the Institute for Works and Religion, was said to be involved in money laundering and financial scandals that led to the collapse of a large Italian Bank.
FBI employees cheated on security test
2010 09 29
FBI agents and several supervisors cheated on an exam about new rules for terrorism and criminal investigations and for collecting foreign intelligence, according to a Justice Department report released Monday.
Did doctors jumpstart the HIV pandemic?
2010 09 29
Perhaps it wasn’t sex workers and fast-growing cities that launched HIV onto its deadly global rampage, but well-meaning doctors using dirty needles in the first half of the 20th century. While it’s hard to know for sure today, more than 90 years after the virus emerged, two new studies hint that campaigns to eradicate tropical diseases in Africa might have helped ...
Aurora Borealis hits a 100-year low point – sun blamed
2010 09 29
The Northern Lights have petered out during the second half of this decade, becoming rarer than at any other time in more than a century, the Finnish Meteorological Institute said Tuesday. "The solar minimum was officially in 2008, but this minimum has been going on and on and on,"
Junk food-addicted rats chose to starve themselves rather than eat healthy food
2010 09 29
A diet including unlimited amounts of junk food can cause rats to become so addicted to the unhealthy diet that they will starve themselves rather than go back to eating healthy food, researchers have discovered. In a series of studies conducted over the course of three years and published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, Scripps Florida scientists Paul Johnson and Paul ...
New Australian footage of Neil Armstrong’s moon walk
2010 09 29
Long-lost footage of Neil Armstrong descending the ladder of the Apollo 11 lunar module will be screened in public for the first time in Sydney next week, a prominent astronomer told AFP. The footage runs for a few minutes and is considered to be some of the best footage of the historic 1969 moonwalk, but the film was lost in archives ...
Aliens ’interfered with nuclear arms’
2010 09 28
Former members of the US air force have claimed aliens had interfered with nuclear weapons - including during one famous incident in Britain. Disused missile silos at the former RAF Bentwaters base near Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk. Former members of the US air force have claimed aliens interfered with nuclear weapons at the site. Photograph: Ian Nicholson/PA Wire UFO researcher Robert Hastings held ...
Army Reveals Afghan Biometric ID Plan; Millions Scanned, Carded by May
2010 09 28
Scanning prisoners’ irises is just Step 1. In Afghanistan, local and NATO forces are amassing biometric dossiers on hundreds of thousands of cops, crooks, soldiers, insurgents and ordinary citizens. And now, with NATO’s backing, the Kabul government is putting together a plan to issue biometrically backed identification cards to 1.65 million Afghans by next May. The idea is to hinder militant ...
60 Dead As Helos, Drones Strike In Pakistan (But Dont Call It A War)
2010 09 28
U.S. officials don’t like calling what’s going on in Pakistan a war. But the American-led conflict, whatever name you give it, has never been this violent. The drone component of the campaign hit a new high over the weekend: 20 attacks in September alone, killing as many as 101 people.
Intelligence Report Envisions “Designing Humans With Unique Abilities” Under Global Governance Regime
2010 09 27
Recently disclosed document, "Global Governance 2025: At a Critical Juncture" created by the American National Intelligence Council (NIC) and the European Union’s Institute for Security Studies (EUISS), outlines the agenda from now to 2025. It discusses the many obstacles in the quest for achieving global government and discusses the possibility of “designing humans with unique physical, emotional, or cognitive abilities.”
Meteor crater found on Google Earth could help prepare for future impacts
2010 09 27
The impact would have generated a fireball seen more than 1,000 kilometres away, and scientists believe it is relatively young – potentially less than a few thousand years old. This means it is likely to have been seen by early humans. The Kamil crater, which is 16 metres deep and 45 metres wide, is deep within the Egyptian desert, and was unknown ...
Brother Beats Brother in British Labour Vote
2010 09 27
In a battle of brothers for the leadership of Britain’s Labour Party, the younger of the two, Ed Miliband, 40, was elected on Saturday, beating his brother David, the 45-year-old former foreign minister, by a margin of a little more than 1 percent of the votes in a runoff.
3,000-Strong and Growing: The CIA’s Army of Assassins in Afghanistan
2010 09 27
The fact that the CIA has been assembling a “secret Army” in Afghanistan has never been a particularly closely guarded secret. The fact that they are assassinating people in Afghanistan is no secret either. What is a secret, however, is just how big this group is.
Titanic sunk by steering mistake, says officer’s descendant
2010 09 27
Nearly 100 years after the great ship Titanic went down in the freezing waters of the North Atlantic, a descendant of a crew member is claiming to know the truth about what really caused the disaster. Louise Patten, the granddaughter of Titanic’s second officer, Charles Herbert Lightoller, alleges that the ship’s collision with an iceberg was caused by human error rather ...
Dept. of Defense buys 9,500 copies of book - then burns them
2010 09 27
Pentagon officials bought and destroyed thousands of copies of an Army reservist’s memoir about fighting in Afghanistan over fears it revealed military secrets, a spokeswoman confirmed Saturday. The Department of Defense trashed 9,500 copies of Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer’s [left] "Operation Dark Heart" because it could harm national security, Pentagon spokeswoman Lt. Col. April Cunningham told CNN. "The whole premise smacks of ...
World’s largest wind farm opens off UK coast
2010 09 25
The world’s largest offshore wind farm opened off the southeast coast of England on Thursday, as part of the government’s push to boost renewable energy. Swedish energy company Vattenfall, which constructed the wind farm, said the 100 turbines off the coast of Thanet could, at their peak, produce enough electricity a year to power the equivalent of more than 200,000 homes.
A brainwave for catching a criminal?
2010 09 25
A new study suggests criminals can be detected by measuring a brainwave known as P300. In tests it worked remarkably well, but can we really trust it? John Larson inventor of the polygraph demonstrates his machine at Northwestern University. Photograph: Pictorial Parade/Getty Images Terrorists could be identified by a brainwave test that detects concealed information about an imminent attack, according to a ...
What’s Witchcraft? 6 Misconceptions about Wiccans
2010 09 25
U.S. Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell’s 1999 admission to dabbling in witchcraft as a high school student has stirred up a lot of criticism – not only from conservatives but from Wiccans. National Wiccan and pagan groups were offended to learn of the remarks and references to witch stereotypes including bloody satanic altars.
States expand efforts to combat ’funny honey’
2010 09 25
You might call them the Honey Police - beekeepers and honey producers ready to comb through North Carolina to nab unscrupulous sellers of sweet-but-bogus "funny honey." North Carolina is the latest state to create a standard that defines "pure honey" in a bid to curb the sale of products that have the label but are mostly corn syrup or other additives.
Pakistan vows to repatriate US-jailed woman scientist
2010 09 25
Pakistan said it would petition US to repatriate a Pakistani mother of three sentenced to 86 years in jail whose fate sparked furious protests. A US federal court Thursday sentenced Pakistani scientist Aafia Siddiqui to 86 years in prison for trying to kill American soldiers and F.B.I. agents in Afghanistan. The case of the scientist, Aafia Siddiqui, 38, had attracted wide attention, ...
Nicaraguan diplomat found with throat slashed had human hair in his hands
2010 09 25
A Central American diplomat found dead with his throat slashed in the Bronx held human hair in both hands - suggesting a fierce struggle in his final minutes, police sources said. Nicaraguan Consul Cesar Mercado was clutching 10 hairs in his right hand and five in the left when his body was discovered, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Friday. Nicaragua’s consul César ...
Former CNN War Correspondent Speaks Out On Alleged War Crime CNN Refused To Air
2010 09 24
War correspondent Michael Ware worked for CNN from 2006 until April of this year, during which time he became known for covering the hellscape of our wars in Iraq and Afghanistan with brutal honesty and a keen analytical sense that often cut against the standard talking points. He’s since been struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder and today the Brisbane Times ...
US walks out on Ahmadinejad’s UN speech
2010 09 24
Iran’s hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad provoked yet another controversy Thursday saying a majority of people in the United States and around the world believe the American government staged the Sept. 11 terror attacks in an attempt to assure Israel’s survival. The provocative comments prompted the U.S. delegation to walk out of Ahmadinejad’s U.N. speech, where he also blamed the U.S. as ...
Wind could have parted Red Sea for Moses: report
2010 09 22
Moses might not have parted the Red Sea, but a strong east wind that blew through the night could have pushed the waters back in the way described in biblical writings and the Koran, U.S. researchers reported on Tuesday. Computer simulations, part of a larger study on how winds affect water, show wind could push water back at a point where ...
Super-secure ?Hidden? credit card misses the point entirely
2010 09 22
Forever worried about evildoers stealing your credit card? A new kind of card that hides your account info unless you punch in a code is designed to put those fears to rest. From a technological perspective, Dynamics? Hidden card sounds like a decent idea. That?s all well and good, but...
Bombshell from London Think-Tank - No Al-Qaeda Threat!
2010 09 22
London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), is the world?s leading think tank for military affairs. It represents the top echelon of defence experts, retired officers and senior military men, spanning the globe from the United States and Britain to China, Russia and India. I?ve been an IISS member for over 20 years. IISS?s reports are always authoritative but usually ...
Coca Cola Commercial: A Closer Look at Aspertame (Video)
2010 09 22
"In this Coke Zero commercial the eye?s can see the truth. The tongue cannot tell the difference. The brain just wants blissful ignorance. Too bad the truth can save your life." Video from: YouTube.com Also tune into: Micheal Sunanda - Natural Detox Alan Watt - Culture of Death Dr. Leonard Horowitz - AIDS, HIV, Vaccines & The Properties of Wat Hugh ...
Blast in Iranian city kills 10 and injures dozens
2010 09 22
Ten people were killed and dozens injured when a bomb exploded among a crowd watching a military parade in northwestern Iran on Wednesday, and a local official blamed anti-revolutionary militants. Some 35 people were wounded, 15 critically, in the blast in the city of Mahabad. There was no immediate claim of responsibility.
NASA celebrates the moon by shooting lasers at it
2010 09 22
Last night was "International Observe the Moon Night," apparently, and NASA celebrated by shooting our favorite satellite with lasers. Naturally! Don?t worry, the lasers weren?t the explodey kind, they were the observey kind. The lasers, fired from the Goddard Space Flight Center?s Laser Ranging Facility in Greenbelt, Maryland, are used to track the location of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter as it ...
Goldfish bowl equipped sink uses guilt to make you save water
2010 09 21
Most people don?t want to hurt innocent animals, so this sink appeals to your sense of humanity to make you save water. As the water flows the level in the fish tank drops. Use too much, and the poor little fish will soon be flopping around in an empty tank. The Poor Little Fishbowl sink concept from Chinese designer Yan Lu ...
Psywar: The Real Battlefield Is Your Mind (Video)
2010 09 21
"The film explores the evolution of propaganda and public relations in the United States, with an emphasis on the ?elitist theory of democracy? and the relationship between war, propaganda and class. This is not a high budget affair, but was financed via a blue collar job, and is being released online for free. The interviews contained within are original and ...
I Fully Submerge My Hand in Liquid Nitrogen!
2010 09 21
Protected By Science My hand is like a red-hot poker to the liquid nitrogen, but an insulating layer of nitrogen gas forms- a phenomenon known as the Leiden-frost effect- keeping my hand safe and warm for a fraction of a second. Mike Walker When I first saw this photograph of a man?s hand submerged in liquid nitrogen at somewhere below -320° ...
Toddlers immune to ?contagious? yawning
2010 09 21
Children under the age of four and kids with autism appear to be immune from contagious yawning, the phenomenon where one person?s yawn triggers a chain reaction of open mouths, a study published Wednesday says. Researchers from the University of Connecticut observed 120 typically developing one- to six-year-olds and 30 six- to 15-year-olds with autism spectrum disorders for the study, which ...
Rare Asian ?Unicorn? Sighted, Dies in Captivity
2010 09 20
One of the rarest animals in the world has been sighted for the first time in more than 10 years, according to the government of Laos. Sightings of the animal, called a saola, are so rare that the creature has been likened to a unicorn, despite the fact that it has two horns, not one. The Lao government announced that ...
PopSci Investigation: What Kind Of Top-Secret Assassination Tech Does $58 Billion Buy?
2010 09 20
Not since the end of the Cold War has the Pentagon spent so much to develop and deploy secret weapons. But now military researchers have turned their attention from mass destruction to a far more precise challenge: finding, tracking, and killing individuals.
?Our Body? exhibition banned in France
2010 09 20
France?s highest court has held up two previous verdicts banning the "Our Body: The Universe Within" exhibition, making France the first country to ban the controversial human body expo. The highest judicial authority in France has definitively banned the exhibition ?Our Body: The Universe Within?, upholding two previous court decisions that raised concerns over the striking expo that showcases actual human ...
Poverty Is Through the Roof, and Billionaires Are Getting Pissy About Not Enough Profits
2010 09 20
Is it really possible to make $900,000 an hour (not a typo -- that?s what the top ten hedge fund managers take in), and still feel aggrieved about the way government is treating you? After you?ve been bailed out by the federal government to the tune of $10 trillion can you really still feel like an oppressed minority?
The Manufacturing Of A President
2010 09 20
You can?t help but wonder how this man got to be President, never mind where he really came from. He?s considered to be ?eloquent? and ?packs a powerful life story?. I beg to differ. He is not ?eloquent?--he?s been groomed to be a smooth talker to appear erudite as he reads teleprompted scripts that are pumped at him. His reading ability ...
Astronauts? fingernails fall off
2010 09 20
You know how you always wanted to be an astronaut, because you really wanted to have an EVA jaunt in the great empty of space? Well, good luck with that: it?ll make your fingernails fall off. Some astronauts actually pull their own fingernails off before heading into space to get it over with. It turns out that wide-handed astronauts are ...
Real Versus Fake Crises: Concealing The Risk of An All Out Nuclear War
2010 09 20
We are living history but at the same time we are unable to comprehend the events which shape our future and which are currently unfolding in front of our very eyes. In an utterly twisted logic, World War III is presented as a means to preserving World Peace.
Remembering the US Soldier Who Committed Suicide After She Refused to Take Part in Torture
2010 09 19
With each revelation, or court decision, on US torture in Iraq, Afghanistan and Gitmo - or the airing this month of The Tillman Story and Lawrence Wright?s My Trip to Al-Qaeda - I am reminded of the chilling story of Alyssa Peterson, who died seven years ago this week. Appalled when ordered to take part in interrogations that, no doubt, ...
Witnesses see mystery man fall from sky without parachute
2010 09 18
A number of witnesses swear they saw a man falling head first from the sky without a parachute or paraglider in New Jersey. "You could see the arms and legs flailing," Kelly Hale told 6ABC. "There is no doubt that it is a person, we are 100 per cent sure." Hale said her and two of her colleagues saw him drop behind ...
Companies linked to Blackwater worked for Monsanto, Chevron, and Disney
2010 09 18
"One of the most incendiary details in the documents is that Blackwater, through Total Intelligence, sought to become the "intel arm" of Monsanto, offering to provide operatives to infiltrate activist groups organizing against the multinational biotech firm."...
Citizens vs CCTV: State ?spying? sparks mass protests in EU (Video)
2010 09 18
"Civil liberty campaigners from across Europe are in Berlin to demonstrate against what they see as a ?Big Brother? approach to surveillance. They say they can`t trust the governments and businesses which monitor their lives, complaining of a lack of transparency in the way information is used. Activists also say the threat of terror and crime don?t justify the level ...
Budget cuts force CERN to shut accelerators for year
2010 09 18
Europe?s particle research center CERN unveiled budget cuts Friday that will force it to temporarily close its accelerators for a year in 2012, but said its flagship "Big Bang" machine will mainly be unaffected. CERN had previously announced that the LHC would not run in 2012 "for purely technical reasons."
Autism in some boys linked to missing DNA
2010 09 18
Researchers are a step closer to understanding why autism spectrum disorder affects four times as many boys as girls. A study has discovered that males who carry specific genetic alterations on their X-chromosome have an elevated risk for developing autism. ?The male gender bias in autism has intrigued us for years and now we have an indicator that starts to explain why ...
English woman develops French-sounding accent after migrane
2010 09 18
A woman from a village in southwestern England says that a severe migraine attack left her speaking with what sounds like a French accent ? a striking example of a rare syndrome that neuroscientists say can leave lifelong locals sounding like they come from thousands of kilometres away. Kay Russell appeared on the BBC earlier this week, speaking in a hesitant, ...
Brain Science: Does Being Left-Handed Make You Angry?
2010 09 18
We used to think that the left brain controlled your thinking and that the right brain controlled your heart. But neuroscientists have learned that it?s a lot more complicated. In 2007, an influential paper found that while most of us process emotions through the right hemisphere of the brain, about 35% of people process their hurt and anger through their left ...
The real 2001: Scientists teach robots how to trick humans
2010 09 16
It sounds like something straight out of Stanley Kubrick?s 2001: A Space Odyssey. But, in a chilling echo of the computer Hal from the iconic film, scientists have developed robots that are able to deceive humans and even hide from their enemies. An experiment by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology is believed to be the first detailed examination of robot ...
Meet Benjaman Kyle: The Man With No Identity
2010 09 16
Imagine for a moment that from this day forward you will have no memory of who you are, where you?re from or the identities of any of your loved ones. It?s a scary thing to contemplate, but for one man in Savannah, Ga., that harsh scenario is all too real. Meet Benjaman Kyle, a 60-something man who can remember what he ...
PTSD Survivor?s Children May Have Genetic Scars
2010 09 16
The Holocaust is a crime that never seems to quit. Even as the ranks of survivors grow smaller each year, the impact of that dark passage in history continues to be felt. And it?s not just the victims who feel the effects; it?s their children too. Psychologists have long been intrigued by the emotional profile of so-called second-generation Holocaust survivors. Parents ...
Treasure hunter finds rare antique in Cumbria
2010 09 16
A metal detector enthusiast in Cumbria has discovered a rare Roman bronze helmet complete with face-mask. It is believed to be one of only three of its kind to be found in Britain. The helmet would have been worn, possibly with colourful streamers attached, as a mark of excellence by Roman soldiers at sport parades. Described as a "hugely important discovery", it is ...
Cockroach Brains May Hold New Antibiotics?
2010 09 16
Cockroaches may make your skin crawl, but the insects?or, to be exact, their brains?could one day save your life. That?s because the central nervous systems of American cockroaches produce natural antibiotics that can kill off bacteria often deadly to humans, such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and toxic strains of Escherichia coli, scientists said this week. Two species of locust tested so ...
"Rapid" 2010 melt for Arctic ice - but no record
2010 09 16
Ice floating on the Arctic Ocean melted unusually quickly this year, but did not shrink down to the record minimum area seen in 2007. Researchers say projections of summer ice disappearing entirely within the next few years increasingly look wrong.
The Triumph of Evil
2010 09 15
While having dinner with a newly elected Attorney General of the State of North Carolina and the Chief Justice of that state?s Supreme Court, the jurist told me that everyone involved in the legal system and enforcement had to think like criminals to catch them. He believed the statement to be straight forward and evident until I pointed out that ...
Coming to a battlefield soon: The incredible motorised skateboard that looks like a tank
2010 09 15
It looks like the cross between a small tank, a Segway and a skateboard. But this odd-looking contraption is being touted as the next must-have vehicle for U.S. soldiers in warzones. The DTV Shredder can handle any kind of terrain at high speed and its low centre of gravity ?makes it ideal for reconnaissance, rescue/recovery, mobile surveillance, and medical evacuation operations?, it ...
Second Soldier Alleges Former Tillman Commander Ordered "360 Rotational Fire" in Iraq
2010 09 15
Another former soldier of Bravo Company 2-16 has said in a radio interview that a controversial battalion commander ordered soldiers to open fire on civilians in an indiscriminate pattern of "360 rotational fire," upon being hit by an improvised explosive device (IED)...
Forever young: Secret of eternal life revealed by Russian science? (Video)
2010 09 15
"A Russian scientist claims to have created his own version of the fountain of youth. He says, when perfected, all you?ll have to do is pop a pill to defy the aging process. The medicine is currently undergoing tests, but could be on sale within a few years. " Professor Vladimir Skulachev says he managed to find an anti-oxidant that stops ...
Massive fish kill reported in Louisiana
2010 09 15
What you see above isn?t a rural gravel road. It?s a Louisiana waterway, its surface completely covered with dead sea life -- a mishmash of species of fish, crabs, stingray and eel. New Orleans CBS affiliate WWL-TV reports that even a whale was found dead in the area. Fish kills are fairly common along the Gulf Coast, particularly during the summer ...
Tractor Beams Get Real
2010 09 15
Tractor beams, energy rays that can move objects, are a science fiction mainstay. But now they are becoming a reality -- at least for moving very tiny objects. Researchers from the Australian National University have announced that they have built a device that can move small particles a meter and a half using only the power of light. Physicists have been able ...
Bombshell: Barack Obama conclusively outed as CIA creation
2010 09 13
After his election, President Obama quickly moved to seal off his records via an executive order. Now, after two years of hints and clues, there is substantial information to demonstrate that what Obama has omitted is that his rare rise to power can only be explained by his intelligence roots. However, this is more than the story of one man ...
?Magic mushrooms? ingredient may ease end-of-life anxiety
2010 09 13
Terminally ill cancer patients struggling with anxiety may get some relief from a guided "trip" on the hallucinogenic drug psilocybin, a new study suggests. One to three months after taking psilocybin the patients reported feeling less anxious and their overall mood had improved.
Death spiral of a bizarre star
2010 09 13
This must be a fake! But it?s not fake. It?s real, and it?s the dying gasp of a very, very strange star system. The name of this thing is AFGL 3068. This Hubble image reveals an intricate, delicate and exceedingly faint spiral pattern. It?s so faint no one has ever detected it before!
1,280 Architects and Engineers Launch Third Light Beam into NYC Night Skyline on 9/11 Anniversary
2010 09 13
At 9:11 p.m. on the 9th anniversary of the September attacks, the members of the 1,280-strong Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth (AE911Truth) lit up the skies over Manhattan with a towering 2-billion-candlepower beam of light to raise public awareness that three, not just two, World Trade Center high-rise buildings collapsed symmetrically at near free-fall acceleration on 9/11, though only ...
Short-sightedness gene found: Experts say condition could be halted with eyedrops
2010 09 13
A gene that causes shortsightedness has been pinpointed by British scientists, paving the way for eye drops that could make glasses history. Within just ten years, a drug that prevents short-sightedness or stops it in its tracks could be in widespread use. Millions would be spared the inconvenience and expense of contact lenses, spectacles and laser surgery.
?World?s first? Arabic-speaking robot
2010 09 13
"The UAE University in Abu Dhabi has built the world?s first fully automated Arabic-speaking robot that can have intelligent conversations with humans - based on information gathered via the internet and through social networking sites. However, making the leap from lab project to commercial application remains difficult - largely because of funding. In Dubai, a series of networking events have been launched ...
Egyptian papyrus discovered in Irish bog
2010 09 13
Ireland?s National Museum announced on Monday, September 6th 2010, the discovery of fragments of Egyptian papyrus in the leather cover of an ancient book of psalms. According to the museum ?it is a finding that asks many questions and has confounded some of the accepted theories about the history of early Christianity in Ireland.? Its significance may be huge, as ...
Godfather Death: Death in Fairy Tales
2010 09 12
This story, titled Godfather Death, comes from the German folk tales of the Brothers Grimm. It can also be found in variant forms in a number of other countries as well ? such as The Shepherd and the Three Diseases from Greece, The Just Man from Italy, The Soul?Taking Angel from Armenia, The Contract with Azrael from Egypt, Dr. Urssenbeck ...
Is there a Stargate? (Video)
2010 09 12
A short documentary about possible ancient alien vistors to Earth featuring Erich Von Daniken. Is There A Stargate? Video from: YouTube.com/Lindasufos Also tune into: Michael S. Heiser - Zecharia Sitchin is Wrong, Sumerian Writings & Nibiru Michael S. Heiser - The Annunaki, The Nephilim & Mesopotamian Culture Craig Hines - Gateway of the Gods Joseph P Farrell - Cosmic War, Interplanetary Warfare ...
Causal Multiplicity: The Science Behind Schizophrenia
2010 09 10
?I?m Jani,? the cute little six-year-old says, introducing herself. Thick curls of blond hair billow from little Jani?s head, tumbling about as she grins up at you. ?I have a cat named Emily 54,? she explains, ?and I?m Saturn-the-Rat?s baby sitter.? With her apparent penchant for animal camaraderie, it seems only fitting that Jani would want to be a veterinarian ...
Charles Manson: Global Warming Prophet
2010 09 10
Charles Manson, the man who masterminded the brutal murders of nine people in the summer of 1969 in an effort to spark a race war in America, has adopted a new cause from his prison cell in California ? he is a prophet for the global warming movement ? sharing common ground with top academics, environmentalists and even the White ...
The Great Subliminal Message Deception - The Collection Of Messages (Video)
2010 09 10
"I show over 200 subliminal messages in this, the first installment of my new series exposing subliminal messages. Some I have found, some were found by others." Video from: YouTube.com Also tune into: Eldon Taylor - Subliminal Programming, Media Persuasion & Mind Control Eldon Taylor - Mind Programming & How to Break Free from the Spell Dominick Ohrbeck - Reptilian ...
U.S. Soldiers Allegedly Killed Afghan Civilians, Kept Body Parts As Trophies
2010 09 10
A dozen U.S. soldiers are charged with organizing a secret "kill team" which allegedly murdered Afghan civilians at random and cut fingers and other body parts from corpses as trophies, according to new documents released by the U.S. military.
Israel?s Military on the Spot in Hearing Over Activist?s Death
2010 09 10
The day after US activist Rachel Corrie was crushed to death by the armored Israeli bulldozer she was trying to stop from destroying a Palestinian home, then Israeli PM Ariel Sharon promised U.S. President George W. Bush "a thorough, credible and transparent investigation."Neither thorough nor credible, and every bit as transparent as a sandstorm, Israel?s investigation of Corrie?s death sheds ...
Tech-Savvy Apparel Hides Phone in Sleeve
2010 09 10
Tight-fitting frocks highlight a woman?s curves but offer her no place to store her cell phone. London-based Cute Circuit, a fashion company designing wearable technology, has solved the problem with the M-Dress. A slim phone hides in the sleeve. It rings; you lift your arm to your ear to answer. To hang up, just lower your arm. The M-Dress features a small ...
?Mind-reading machine? can convert thoughts into speech
2010 09 09
A mind reading machine is a step closer to reality after scientists discovered a way of translating people?s thoughts into words. Researchers have been able to translate brain signals into speech using sensors attached to the surface of the brain for the first time. The breakthrough, which is up to 90 per cent accurate, offers a way to communicate for paralysed patients ...
Kanye West?s ?Power?: The Occult Meaning of its Symbols
2010 09 09
Kanye West?s ?Power? is a short, almost stationary video that manages to tell a profound story in symbolic language. By decoding the occult meaning of the symbols present in this moving tableau, the viewer discovers who really holds the ?power? in the world and understands the story of Kanye West?s initiation.
Scientists discover ?bizarre? dinosaur species in Spain (Quasimodosaurus?)
2010 09 09
Scientists have dug up what they describe as a ?bizarre? new dinosaur species. It has a never-seen-before humped back but also sports skin features very like those seen in modern-day chickens.
Second super-fast flip of Earth?s poles found
2010 09 09
Some 16 million years ago, north became south in a matter of years. Such fast flips are impossible, according to models of the Earth?s core, but this is now the second time that evidence has been found. The magnetic poles swap every 300,000 years, a process that normally takes up to 5000 years. In 1995 an ancient lava flow with an ...
8-Year-Old Painting Prodigy "Mini Monet" is New Art World Star
2010 09 09
Kieron was a normal, energetic little boy, and his parents were surprised when he asked for pencils and paper during a holiday. They were astonished when the then-5-year-old produced an accomplished picture of boats in a harbor. He progressed rapidly to fully realized landscapes. Buyers from as far away as the US lined up overnight outside the gallery, and there ...
The Century of Self Happiness - Machines (Video)
2010 09 09
"The story of the relationship between Sigmund Freud and his American nephew, Edward Bernays. Bernays invented the public relations profession in the 1920s and was the first person to take Freud?s ideas to manipulate the masses. He showed American corporations how they could make people want things they didn?t need by systematically linking mass-produced goods to their unconscious desires. Bernays was ...
Scaring Up The Enfield Poltergeist Evidence
2010 09 08
New scientific research which uses evidence from the world famous Enfield Poltergeist case has come a step closer to proving conclusively the existence of paranormal activity. The recordings, made between 1977 and 1978, captured a variety of unexplained occurrences that plagued a mother and her children - including banging on walls and moving furniture.
Ancient city by the sea rises amid Egypt?s resorts
2010 09 08
The ancient city, known as Leukaspis or Antiphrae, was hidden for centuries after it was nearly wiped out by a fourth century tsunami that devastated the region. More recently, it was nearly buried under the modern resort of Marina in a development craze that turned this coast into the summer playground for Egypt?s elite.
Stephen Hawking suggests ?theory of everything?
2010 09 08
Stephen Hawking proposes M-theory as allowing for multitude of universes. "The Grand Design" (Random House, $28), by Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow: Cosmologists, the people who study the entire cosmos, will want to read British physicist and mathematician Stephen Hawking?s new book. "The Grand Design" may sharpen appetites for answers to questions like "Why is there something rather than nothing?" and "Why ...
The Extraordinary Tale of Red Rain, Comets and Extraterrestrials
2010 09 07
For years, claims have circulated that red rain which fell in India in 2001, contained cells unlike any found on Earth. Now new evidence that these cells can reproduce is about to set the debate alive. Panspermia is the idea that life exists throughout the universe in comets, asteroids and interstellar dust clouds and that life of Earth was seeded from ...
Blair cancels book-signing over protests
2010 09 07
Tight security had already been planned for the event, with all bags and mobile phones to have been checked in beforehand. In his memoirs, Blair - now an envoy for the Quartet of Middle East peacemakers, the United States, Russia, the EU and the United Nations - said he could have not have imagined what he called the "nightmare" that ...
"Every Corner in the Region Is Frightened"
2010 09 07
Ayad Allawi, Iraq?s former and possibly future prime minister, discusses the withdrawal of US troops, the power struggle in Baghdad and the "very high possibility" of a new war in the Middle East.
Iranians discover blindness gene
2010 09 07
For the first time in the world, Iranian scientists have succeeded in discovering the gene responsible for a common type of blindness, prevalent in North Eastern parts of the country. Latest figures have revealed that one in every family living in Esfarayen, in North Khorasan province, are blind, indicating that the blindness gene runs in these families. Scientists and officials had ...
The internet: is it changing the way we think?
2010 09 07
Are our minds being altered due to our increasing reliance on search engines, social networking sites and other digital technologies? Every 50 years or so, American magazine the Atlantic lobs an intellectual grenade into our culture. In the summer of 1945, for example, it published an essay by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) engineer Vannevar Bush entitled "As We ...
Sotomayor Says Court May Rule to Limit First Amendment in Response to Wikileaks
2010 09 07
Talking to students at the University of Denver, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor said the Wikileaks case will result in the Court likely weighing the First Amendment against national security. "...how far we will permit government restriction on freedom of speech in favor of protection of the country?
Gordon Brown on the "Non-Existent" Global Government
2010 09 05
"That global ethic can infuse the fairness and responsibility that is necessary for these institutions to work, but we should not lose the chance in this generation, in this decade in particular, with President Obama in America, with other people working with us around the world, to create global institutions for the environment, and for finance, and for security and ...
Crucial oil spill evidence raised to surface as failed BOP replaced yesterday
2010 09 05
Yesterday, the blowout preventer (BOP) that failed on the Macondo well on April 20 was lifted to the surface and replaced with a new one. The former BOP is considered key evidence in the investigation into exactly what went wrong and how, and will be used to hold appropriate parties accountable in the legal investigation.
US ?likely? to keep troops in Iraq after 2011
2010 09 05
American officials privately acknowledge that the US military presence in Iraq will almost certainly be extended, even though a security agreement in force requires all US forces to depart by the end of 2011.
Astronauts want plan ready for asteroid hits
2010 09 05
Canadian and American astronauts say the world should already be preparing for the big one ? the asteroid that could some day strike the Earth causing death and destruction. "You?re just sticking your head in the sand if you think the world will live out its entire natural life until the end of our sun and never be hit by another ...
God did not create the universe, says Hawking
2010 09 03
God did not create the universe and the "Big Bang" was an inevitable consequence of the laws of physics, the eminent British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking argues in a new book. In "The Grand Design," co-authored with U.S. physicist Leonard Mlodinow, Hawking says a new series of theories made a creator of the universe redundant, according to the Times newspaper which ...
Mass Extinction Threat: Earth on Verge of Huge Reset Button?
2010 09 03
Mass extinctions have served as huge reset buttons that dramatically changed the diversity of species found in oceans all over the world, according to a comprehensive study of fossil records. The findings suggest humans will live in a very different future if they drive animals to extinction, because the loss of each species can alter entire ecosystems. Some scientists have speculated ...
Deaths in Mozambique riots
2010 09 03
At least six people have been shot dead in Mozambique?s capital during clashes between police and demonstrators protesting against rising food and fuel prices. Demonstrators burned barricades and tyres during protests over soaring prices in Maputo [Reuters] Police opened fire on protesters throwing stones and setting fire to tyres and barriers, but it was not immediately clear whether their bullets were responsible ...
El Salvador celebrates "Balls of Fire" festival
2010 09 03
For almost ninety years, people in the town of Nejapa - not far from the capital San Salvador - have gathered for the Balls of Fire festival. With their faces painted black and wearing wet clothes and thick gloves, two groups of locals launch cloth balls dipped in gasoline at each other, until the flames go out."The festival symbolises a ...
Seeking the Illuminated Body
2010 09 03
The journey to enlightenment and unitary consciousness is a long one. Why is the road so uninviting and fraught with obstacles where so few seem to have reached the other side, much less have attained an illuminated body? Might we be holding out because the other side does not quite live up to our idea of enlightenment?
Archeologists Find Gateway to the Viking Empire
2010 09 03
For a century, archeologists have been looking for a gate through a wall built by the Vikings in northern Europe. This summer, it was found. Researchers now believe the extensive barrier was built to protect an important trading route.
Muslim-bashing televangelist Bill Keller to give sermon at Ground Zero
2010 09 03
Florida pastor Bill Keller plans to preside over his first sermon near the former World Trade Center site on Sunday as a direct challenge to Park51, the controversial mosque and community center planned nearby. "...we will preach against Islam and Mormonism and any other false religion."
Oil platform bursts into flames off La. coast; crew rescued
2010 09 03
A fire on a Mariner Energy Inc. oil and natural-gas platform in the Gulf of Mexico has been extinguished in an event that may prolong the U.S. drilling moratorium imposed after BP Plc?s record crude spill. The fire was put out at approximately 3:30 p.m. local time, and U.S. Coast Guard vessels and aircraft are scanning the sea around the platform ...
Sacred Economics
2010 09 02
From at least the time that Jesus threw the moneychangers from the temple, we have sensed that there is something unholy about money. At the same time, no one can deny that money has a mysterious, magical quality as well, the power to alter human behavior and coordinate human activity.
10,000-year-old boy?s bones found in underwater Mexican cave could rewrite history of the Americas
2010 09 02
The corpse was discovered in 2006 by a pair of German cave divers who were exploring unique flooded sandstone sinkholes. He appears to have been a young boy and was found with his legs bent to his left side and his arms extended to either side of his body. No other ancient skeleton has ever been found in this position.
NC farm produces emerald shaped into massive gem
2010 09 02
American writer Nicholas Carr?s claims that the internet is not only shaping our lives but physically altering our brains. An emerald so large it?s being compared with the crown jewels of Russian empress Catherine the Great was pulled from a pit near corn rows at a North Carolina farm.
Discovery Channel hostage crisis ends with gunman?s death
2010 09 02
Police shot and killed a gunman after he took three people hostage Wednesday afternoon at the Discovery Channel?s headquarters here, officials said.James J. Lee, who was protesting what he said was the network?s promotion of overpopulation, was fatally shot by police after taking three people captive at the company headquarters in Maryland. Police shot and killed a gunman after he took ...
Ohio restricting Puerto Rican birth certificates
2010 09 02
"We?re not illegal aliens, we are citizens of this country," Torres said. "We have everything, all the documents and all that, but we are not treated as such." Since early April, the bureau has refused to accept Puerto Rican birth certificates issued before Jan. 1 as proof of identity and date of birth.
Feds fail to use land for solar power
2010 09 02
Not a light bulb?s worth of solar electricity has been produced on the millions of acres of public desert set aside for it. Not one project to build glimmering solar farms has even broken ground. Instead, five years after federal land managers opened up stretches of the Southwest to developers, vast tracts still sit idle. An Associated Press examination of U.S. Bureau ...
Afghanistan bomb attacks kill twenty-one US soldiers in 48 hours
2010 09 01
Twenty-one American troops have been killed in Afghanistan since Friday in one of the bloodiest periods of the summer. A U.S. army medic runs to the scene of a road side bomb explosion in Kandahar province. Photo: REUTERS. A series of bomb attacks have badly hit US troops in eastern and southern Afghanistan in the past 48 hours. The death toll among in ...
A cautious Obama urges Americans to ?turn the page? on Iraq
2010 09 01
President Obama faced a major dilemma heading into Tuesday?s prime-time address on Iraq: How do you mark the milestone of a campaign promise fulfilled when what has happened in Iraq isn?t exactly "mission accomplished"? It was an obstacle that Obama never quite overcame in his 18-minute speech, which was remarkably disjointed for a president well known for his eloquence. In ...
The Risks and Rewards of Royal Incest
2010 09 01
When New England missionary Hiram Bingham arrived in Hawaii in 1820, he was dismayed to find the natives indulging in idolatry, hula dancing, and, among the ruling family, incest. The Hawaiians themselves did not share Bingham?s shock at the royals? behavior. Royal incest, notes historian Joanne Carando, was "not only accepted but even encouraged" in Hawaii as an exclusive royal ...
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