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March 2011

Japan nuclear crisis Fukushima plant entombed concrete radiation leak
2011 03 31
Up to 1,000 bodies of victims of the Japan earthquake and tsunami have not been collected because of fears of high levels of radiation. Police sources said bodies within the 12-mile evacuation zone around the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant had been 'exposed to high levels of radiation after death'. It follows the discovery of a body on Sunday in ...
The World's Oldest Tree Took Root 10,000 Years Ago in Sweden
2011 03 31
Scientists have found the world's oldest tree, a spruce that took root shortly after the Ice Age 10,000 years ago. Researchers used genetic material to date the tree in central Sweden back 9,550 years. They believe it may have taken root in about 7,542 BC on Fulu mountain in Dalarna province, according to Leif Kullmann, professor of Physical Geography at ...
Power company says smoke spotted at another Japanese nuclear plant
2011 03 30
Smoke was spotted at another nuclear plant in northeastern Japan on Wednesday, Tokyo Electric Power Co. said. The company said smoke was detected in the turbine building of reactor No. 1 at the Fukushima Daini nuclear power plant around 6 p.m. (5 a.m. ET). Smoke could no longer be seen by around 7 p.m. (6 a.m. ET), a company spokesman ...
Japan may have lost race to save nuclear reactor
2011 03 30
Highly radioactive water is now being detected outside the containment area at Fukushima, experts have warned. Fukushima meltdown fears rise after radioactive core melts through vessel – but 'no danger of Chernobyl-style catastrophe' The radioactive core in a reactor at the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant appears to have melted through the bottom of its containment vessel and on to ...
Amateur skywatchers spot the Air Force’s ’secret’ space plane... AGAIN
2011 03 30
Its mission is shrouded in secrecy, a media blackout was enforced after its launch and there are fears it could be a space weapon. But whatever its purpose, the U.S. Air Force’s latest space plane has met its match in a band of amateur satellite sleuths who tracked it down in the night sky - just as they did with its ...
Twin Babies’ Secret Language? (Video)
2011 03 30
Twin Babies’ Secret Language? Video from: YouTube.com Explaining the secrets of twin communication By Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon | BabiesToday.com "Many people believe there is a special telepathic link between twins, particularly if they are identical." The topic of communication between twins is surrounded by considerable mystery. There are claims of young twins sharing exclusive languages and even telepathic links. ...
Gunmen Kill 56 in Grisly Iraq Hostage Siege
2011 03 30
Gunmen in military uniforms over explosives belts charged into a govt building in Tikrit in an attack that left 56 dead, with 15 shot execution-style. It ended when the attackers blew themselves up. "It is a show of force aiming at convincing people that despite the setbacks, the insurgency is still active. Security is still fragile." (so never end the occupation!)
Feds forbid scientists probing Gulf dolphin deaths from speaking to media
2011 03 30
Last month dolphin corpses began washing up on the Gulf Coast in alarming numbers. Well, more dead dolphins continue to be found, bringing the total this year up to 114 -- 100 more than the average number of dead dolphins that washed ashore during the first three months of any year between 2002 and 2007. So, naturally, there are quite a ...
Government spokesman says Libyan woman claiming rape will face charges
2011 03 30
A Libyan woman who burst into a Tripoli hotel to tell foreign journalists how she was gang raped by Moammar Gadhafi’s troops will face criminal charges, a government spokesman said on Tuesday. The spokesman, Moussa Ibrahim, said the men accused by Iman al-Obeidi are now suing her. A son of a high ranking Libyan official was among those she claimed had ...
Humans arrived in North America 2,500 years earlier than thought
2011 03 28
Humans first arrived in North America more than 2,500 years earlier than previously thought, according to an analysis of ancient stone tools found in Texas. And the people who left them appear to have developed a portable toolkit used for killing and preparing meat.
Scientists grow sperm in a lab
2011 03 28
Mouse sperm were grown using a technique that could also help preserve the fertility of boys undergoing cancer treatment. Scientists have grown sperm in the laboratory in a landmark study that could help preserve the fertility of cancer patients and shed fresh light on male reproductive problems. Fertility experts called the work a "crucial experimental advance" towards the use of lab-grown sperm ...
While Slowing BP Oil Spill, Administration Slowed Flow Of Information Too: Report
2011 03 28
Quietly posted on the Coast Guard’s website two weeks ago, the report offers the first major assessment of the federal government’s communications efforts during the worst oil spill in U.S. history. "Several layers of review and approval by the White House and (DHS) prevented timely and effective crisis communications and hindered the Coast Guard’s ability..." Photographs could not be released without Washington’s ...
UFO Sighting in Colorado, Resident Films Mysterious Red Lights (Video)
2011 03 28
Three red lights in a triangular formation that shot silently across the Colorado sky are making a lot of noise days later -- with some claiming that they’re not of this world. Leroy Vandervegt, a 50-year-old resident of Lafayette, a town roughly 25 miles north of Denver, shot the video Sunday evening after his 17-year-old son saw the glowing orbs move ...
Japan: Huge Radiation Spike at Nuke Was Mistake?
2011 03 28
Confusion reigned Sunday at a crippled nuclear power plant in northeastern Japan, as emergency workers were pulled from a reactor building after dangerously high levels of radiation were detected in water that had accumulated in a turbine housing unit. A spokesman for the operator of the Fukushima-Daiichi power plant originally told reporters that radiation had spiked 10 million times the normal ...
More than 200,000 Germans march against nuclear power (Video)
2011 03 28
In Germany, protesters have staged what they said was the country’s biggest ever demonstration against nuclear power. More than 200,000 people took part, in four cities. Nuclear energy has become a major political issue in Germany since the crisis in Japan and could influence a big regional election on Sunday. The party of Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is perceived to be pro-nuclear energy, ...
Woman accuses pro-Gaddafi militiamen of raping her
2011 03 28
A weeping Libyan woman made a desperate plea for help on Saturday, slipping into a Tripoli hotel full of foreign media to accuse pro-government militiamen of gang-raping her and covering her in bruises and scars. "Look at what Gaddafi’s militias did to me," Eman al-Obaidi screamed with tears in her eyes, pulling up her coat to show blood on her upper ...
Radiation in Japan seawater, soil may be spreading
2011 03 28
Workers at Japan’s damaged nuclear plant raced to pump out contaminated water suspected of sending radioactivity levels soaring as officials warned Monday that radiation seeping from the complex was spreading to seawater and soil. Japan Self-Defence Force officers in radiation protection suits hold a blue sheet over patients who were exposed to high levels of radiation at the the Fukushima nuclear ...
Operation Odyssey Dawn; An Illuminati Mega Human Sacrificial Global Ritual
2011 03 26
As I watch in disgust the UN and Barack Insane Obama have declared war on Libya creating yet another unjustified war. But as most feel angry about this war most will not realize that this is another sacrificial ritual that the psychotic Killuminati are celebrating. In this analysis I will connect March 19th eerily to human sacrifice through its symbolism ...
Battered Mothers Custody Conference Interviews
2011 03 26
Prof. Garland Waller produced "Small Justice: Little Justice in America's Family Courts" which is an independent documentary that explores the relationship between domestic violence, child sexual abuse and custody laws in America. To learn more about the stories of the women seen in this 10 minute clip, please go to http://batteredmotherscustodyconference.org. Jessie Beers Altman, a graduate student in the College ...
Ground operation in Libya could start in April - Russian intelligence
2011 03 26
The international coalition force is planning a ground operation in Libya that could start in late April, a high-ranking Russian intelligence service source said on Friday. "Information coming via different channels shows that NATO countries, with the active participation of Britain and the United States, are developing a plan for a ground operation on Libyan territory," he said. "From all ...
Japan: Radioactive levels in sea 1,250 times higher than the safety limit
2011 03 26
Levels of radioactive iodine in the sea near the tsunami-stricken Fukushima nuclear plant are 1,250 times higher than the safety limit, officials say. The readings were taken about 300m (984ft) offshore. It is feared the radiation could be seeping into groundwater from one of the reactors. But the radiation will no longer be a risk after eight days, officials say. ...
Bankrupt Jesuit Order Pays Native Americans $166 Million in Sex Abuse Settlement
2011 03 26
Payout: The Society of Jesus, Oregon Province has agreed to hand out the third largest payment in the ongoing sexual abuse scandal A bankrupt order of priests has agreed to pay $166.1 million to hundreds of Native American and Alaska Natives who were abused at their schools. The payout by the Society of Jesus, Oregon Province - part of an agreement to ...
Nigel Farage: "Bombings, bailouts - what on earth are we doing?"
2011 03 26
The UN says it's alarmed by the looming humanitarian crisis in Libya. Officials warn food supply lines have been disrupted and over three hundred thousand refugees have already fled the country. Nigel Farage, MEP and leader of the UK Independence Party, believes the whole military strategy in Libya has not been thought through. Source: youtube.com
Potassium iodide not always handy after a meltdown
2011 03 25
There’s no magic radiation antidote. Millions of North Americans are suddenly aware of potassium iodide (PI) since Japan’s nuclear plants started spewing out radioactive material. But how much will PI protect us from radioactive particles? Who should take it and who should not?
Fed to hold media briefings in historic shift
2011 03 25
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will break nearly 100 years of tradition at the U.S. central bank next month when he begins talking to the media after policy meetings. The historic shift at an institution known for its secrecy will give Bernanke an opportunity to better inform the public and financial markets on how the Fed intends to maximize growth and ...
Strong quake in Myanmar kills more than 70
2011 03 25
A strong earthquake that toppled homes in northeastern Myanmar has killed more than 70 people, and there were fears Friday the toll would mount as conditions in more remote areas became known. The Thursday night quake, measured at a magnitude 6.8 by the U.S. Geological Survey, was centred just north of the town Tachileik in the mountains along the Thai border, ...
Elizabeth Taylor Buried Close To Michael Jackson
2011 03 25
Hollywood legend Elizabeth Taylor has been laid to rest at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park cemetery in Los Angeles. The screen icon, who passed away earlier this week after suffering from congestive heart failure, is thought to have been buried near her close friend, Michael Jackson. Due to her Jewish faith and keeping with tradition, Taylor’s funeral took place only a day ...
Dangerous breach suspected at Japanese nuke plant; situation grave
2011 03 25
A suspected breach in the core of a reactor at the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant could mean more serious radioactive contamination, Japanese officials revealed Friday, as the prime minister called the country’s ongoing fight to stabalize the plant "very grave and serious." This photo shows the Tokyo Electric Power Co. Fukushima Daiichi (Fukushima I) nuclear power plant reactors No. 3 ...
While Libya War Grows, Obama Team Denies It’s a War
2011 03 24
It’s one thing to say that the U.S. is right to take action against Moammar Gadhafi. It’s quite another to insist that it’s not even a war. And it’s simply dishonest to do so while escalating the war. But that’s the spin from the Obama White House. While the president travelled through Latin America, his aides told sympathetic audiences in Washington ...
India says Monsanto covertly, illegally conducted GM corn trials without approval
2011 03 24
Recent reports out of India say that multinational biotechnology giant Monsanto has once against skirted the law by clandestinely planting its genetically-modified (GM) corn without receiving approval to do so. Nitish Kumar, chief minister of the Indian state of Bihar, recently wrote a letter to India’s environment minister Jairam Ramesh explaining the situation. Just days earlier, Ramesh had denied Monsanto ...
Jerusalem bus bomb victim was British
2011 03 24
The woman killed when a suitcase bomb exploded in Jerusalem on Wednesday was British, the Foreign Office has confirmed. The bombing, the first in the city for seven years, left the 60-year-old dead and injured dozens of others. The 1-2kg suitcase bomb detonated close to the main bus station and government ministries. Most of the blast was absorbed by commuters waiting at ...
NASA tests Mars space suit in Argentine Antarctica
2011 03 24
A NASA team has tested a space suit in a setting with extreme conditions akin to some of those found on Mars -- an Argentine base in Antarctica -- for possible use on a visit to the Red Planet. The NDX-1 space suit, designed by Argentine aerospace engineer Pablo de Leon, endured frigid temperatures and winds of more than 47 mph ...
First pictures emerge of the Fukushima Fifty
2011 03 24
These first images of inside the stricken Fukushima Dai-Ichi power plant reveal the terrifying conditions under which the brave men work to save their nation from full nuclear meltdown. The Fukushima Fifty - an anonymous band of lower and mid-level managers - have battled around the clock to cool overheating reactors and spent fuel rods since the disaster on March 11. Efforts ...
Bomb undiscovered for weeks at Detroit fed building (nice work)
2011 03 24
A package found by a security guard at a federal office building in Detroit sat three weeks before someone thought to screen it and found it was a bomb, an official who represents unionized guards said on Wednesday. A private contract guard, since suspended, apparently found the package outside in late February, said David Wright, president of the union that represents ...
Explosion rocks Jerusalem bus stop; 25 wounded
2011 03 23
At least 25 people were injured when an explosion hit a bus in central Jerusalem, according to early reports from the region. It appears to be the first militant attack in the area in several years, and comes amid rising tensions between Hamas militants and Israel.
Party like it’s 1986: Operation El Dorado Canyon
2011 03 22
The idiom "There’s nothing new under the sun" is often a truism, but it’s especially so when evaluating recent events in Libya. While many seem to condemn the UN’s interference into what some would call a sovereign country’s civil war, that hasn’t stopped unanimous support from ’coalition’ lawmakers for a mission that may ultimately come under NATO command. "Since the United ...
Japan’s Nuclear Crisis Debacle and the Depopulation Agenda
2011 03 22
Is it possible that the radiation released from Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant is intended to sicken and harm the populations of Japan, Hawaii and the United States? There is evidence that suggests that the disaster fits neatly into the globalists’ well-documented plan to significantly reduce the world’s population. The Fukushima Nuclear Crisis After experiencing a devastating earthquake, resulting tsunami ...
Pass The Apple Cider Vinegar Please
2011 03 22
Vinegar is said to have been used for medical ailments in the ancient times. The Babylonians first converted wine into vinegar in 5000 BCE using date palms, grapes, and figs, and believed vinegar had exceptional healing properties. Hippocrates is said to have used vinegar as an antibiotic. Samurai warriors supposedly used a vinegar tonic for strength and power. During the ...
Putin Slams West for "Medieval Crusade"
2011 03 22
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has slammed the UN resolution allowing military action on Libya as a "medieval call to crusade" and hit out at Washington for its readiness to resort to force. In one of his most virulent diatribes against the West in years, Russia’s de facto number one said there was no "logic" or "conscience" to the military action. "The ...
IDF to track foreign anti-Israel groups
2011 03 22
New section in Military Intelligence Directorate to collect data, passively probe groups from overseas, Gaza, West Bank aiming to delegitimize Israel. Israel's Military Intelligence has launched a new section that will be responsible of tracking foreign organizations located overseas, in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, which aim to delegitimize the State of Israel. The IDF was planning to form ...
US Army ’kill team’ in Afghanistan posed for photos of murdered civilians
2011 03 22
Commanders in Afghanistan are bracing themselves for possible riots and public fury triggered by the publication of "trophy" photographs of US soldiers posing with the dead bodies of defenceless Afghan civilians they killed. Senior officials at Nato’s International Security Assistance Force in Kabul have compared the pictures published by the German news weekly Der Spiegel to the images of US soldiers ...
Japan Death Toll Estimate Rises Over 18,000, Rebuilding May Cost $235 Billion
2011 03 22
The toll of Japan’s triple disaster came into clearer focus Monday after police estimates showed more than 18,000 people died, the World Bank said rebuilding may cost $235 billion and more cases of radiation-tainted vegetables and tap water turned up. Japanese officials reported progress over the weekend in their battle to gain control over a nuclear complex that began leaking radiation ...
Kucinich: Obama could be impeached for attacking Libya
2011 03 22
Rep. Dennis Kucinich says President Barack Obama did not have the constitutional authority to order U.S. forces to participate in an attack on Libya. The U.S. unleashed a barrage of strikes against the Libyan regime’s air defenses over the weekend, but ruled out using ground troops in what Obama called a "limited military action."
Fox News Contrives “Human Shield” Hoax To Sell Libya War (Video)
2011 03 22
Just as Bill Clinton’s bombardment of Serbia was launched on the back of a humanitarian hoax about fake concentration camps, establishment media outlets are already busy contriving phony stories about Gaddafi using “human shields” to convince the American people that the $100 million dollar a day attack on Libya is virtuous and noble.
Jesse Ventura Schools "The View" on JFK, Viet Nam, 9/11, and WTC7 (Video)
2011 03 22
Jesse Ventura Explains Why WTC7 Is The Key To 9/11 Being An Inside Job Video from: YouTube.com/moxnewsdotcom
A new uncertainty in Libya operation: Who’s in charge?
2011 03 22
The fragile international coalition supporting military action in Libya showed fresh signs of strain Monday, as the U.S., Europe and Arab nations wrestled with the issue of who will take charge of military operations if the U.S. gives up control in the days ahead. At the same time, the action in Libya, now in its third day, provoked harsh new condemnation ...
Banking reform bribery exposed in European Parliament
2011 03 21
On the front page of the Sunday Times this morning you will see the headline "Euro MPs exposed in "cash-for-laws" scandal" (£). Journalists from the respected Insight investigative team have posed as financial lobbyists and have approached MEPs offering them large sums of money in return for watering down banking reform legislation. Three MEPs took the bait and were employed by ...
Libya - Minerva & Purim
2011 03 21
Regarding the post on your site about the action against Libya starting on Minerva's birthday, it may be more, er, "illuminating," to recall that March 19 is also the Jewish holiday Purim. The United States invaded Iraq on March 19, 2003, which that year was the holy "Day of Purim" in the Jewish calendar. This "Day of Purim" is a ...
Libya: Another War, Another Pack of Lies
2011 03 21
The corporate-financiers are dangerously flirting with their entire official narrative collapsing, as their progressive, Peace-Prize wearing puppet President Obama and the "radical reformer" David Cameron lead yet another war based on an Iraq-style pack of lies. After weeks of peddling a litany of verifiable lies, the West has forgone any attempt to justify or veil their actions in legitimacy and ...
Britain to launch strike to assassinate Gaddafi
2011 03 21
Britain is ready to launch a surgical strike to assassinate Colonel Gaddafi. Defence Secretary Liam Fox said yesterday he would sanction a ‘bunker buster’ attack on the Libyan dictator’s lair as long as civilian casualties could be avoided. Dr Fox vowed to destroy the Libyan dictator’s entire military infrastructure as senior officials privately admitted they want to engineer regime change. ...
As five are reported dead, will nuclear officials ever reveal the true heroics of Japan's 'Fukushima Fifty'?
2011 03 21
They are an anonymous band of lower and mid-level managers who are risking their lives at the very heart of Japan’s nuclear crisis. But as the stricken reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant appears to stabilise, plant owners are still remaining tight-lipped about the so-called 'Fukushima Fifty' - the heroes fighting to save Japan from nuclear catastrophe. Fifty essential workers ...
Banksters & Government Con Exposed on MSNBC
2011 03 21
MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan explains the Banksters Con Job and how the Government is participatory in screwing you over and stealing your money. Greenspan is the Godfather and the US congress allows it all to happen. The financial system is completely manipulated. Source: youtube.com
Libya another Kosovo - NATO and Coalition Bombs for peace
2011 03 21
Video from: youtube.com Libya: Is This Kosovo All Over Again? From: counterpunch.org Another NATO Intervention? Less than a dozen years after NATO bombed Yugoslavia into pieces, detaching the province of Kosovo from Serbia, there are signs that the military alliance is gearing up for another victorious little “humanitarian war”, this time against Libya. The differences are, of course, enormous. But let’s look ...
Nigel Farage: Van Rompuy Cozied with Gaddafi in December
2011 03 20
That our politicians are unbearable hypocrites without borders is no secret. After all, Gaddafi himself was among Europe’s best arms clients for a long time having to recycle billions of petrodollars into something tangible. It is these very same politicians (wink wink Bunga Bunga) that are now blasting him, and offering their airbases to launch offensive campaigns from.
Libya War called "Operation Odyssey Dawn"
2011 03 20
The first major attack of "Odyssey Dawn" came as 112 Tomahawk cruise missiles struck surface-to-air missiles, early warning sites, and key communication modes. It's the first step in enforcing a no-fly zone. As the situation in Libya escalated toward international war, the Obama administration was careful to portray US involvement as “supportive” with other countries in the lead. But on ...
Another War: "Coalition" Launching Attack on Libya
2011 03 19
From reuters.com: A coalition of the United States and four other nations launched military action against Libya on Saturday, officials said, as the West tries to force Muammar Gaddafi from power. A U.S. official told reporters on condition of anonymity that a coalition including the United States, France, Britain, Canada and Italy had begun launching strikes on Libya designed to cripple ...
Israeli Security Firm in Charge at Japanese Nuke Facilities Prior to Disaster
2011 03 19
Israeli firm which secured Japan nuclear plant says workers there ‘putting their lives on the line’ Magna CEO says Japanese workers at nuclear plant ‘projecting business as usual’ but says it is ‘unclear if they are healthy due to the high level of radiation at the reactor, which is life-threatening.’ The CEO of the Israeli company that installed the security ...
Swedish weapons used by Libyan rebels: report
2011 03 19
Libyan rebels have been seen using Swedish-designed weapons in their battle to oust Muammar Qaddafi from power. Swedish arms export officials suspect the weapons arrived via the UK. At least two foreign television reports of the fighting in Libya have shown rebels carrying older models of the Carl Gustaf recoilless rifle, according to Sveriges Television (SVT). "First and foremost we ...
Libyan Government Spokesperson Mussa Ibrahim Denies Attack on Benghazi
2011 03 19
Libyan Government Spokesperson Mussa Ibrahim Denies Attack on Benghazi. Who are the Rebels?
Libya Invasion has Begun: French military jet opens fire in Libya
2011 03 19
he first shots have been fired in Libya by French military jets enforcing the no-fly zone voted for by the UN. French aircraft are preventing forces loyal to Libyan leader Col Gaddafi from attacking the rebel-held city of Benghazi, French President Nicolas Sarkozy says after a meeting of world leaders in Paris French aircraft also flew over "all Libyan territory" on ...
The Ultra Zionists
2011 03 19
Louis Theroux spends time with a small and very committed subculture of ultra-nationalist Jewish settlers. He discovers a group of people who consider it their religious and political obligation to populate some of the most sensitive and disputed areas of the West Bank, especially those with a spiritual significance dating back to the Bible. Throughout his journey, Louis gets close to ...
We've built a flying saucer, boasts Iran
2011 03 18
It's not clear how far or how high it can fly – or even how big it is and what makes it take off. But an aircraft created by scientists in Iran is, they claim, the world’s first flying saucer. Called the Zohal - or Saturn in English - it said the unmanned spaceship is designed for 'aerial imaging' ...
Frantic Repairs Go On at Plant as Japan Raises Severity of Crisis
2011 03 18
Japanese engineers battled on Friday to cool spent fuel rods and restore electric power to pumps at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station as new challenges seemed to accumulate by the hour, with steam billowing from one reactor and damage at another apparently making it difficult to lower temperatures.
UN Security Council Authorize Invasion of Oil-Rich Lybia
2011 03 18
Representatives vote during an open meeting of the UN Security Council at the UN headquarters in New York, the United States, March 17, 2011. The UN Security Council on Thursday adopted a resolution to authorize a no-fly zone over Libya and called for "all necessary measures," excluding troops on the ground, to protect civilians under threat of attack in the ...
Fukushima nuke crisis - Chernobyl on steroids
2011 03 17
Japan is struggling to control the reactors damaged by the disasterous earthquake as radiation levels continue to rise and a partial meltdown of nuclear fuel is feared in two facilities at the Fukushima plant. Workers were withdrawn after the danger of exposure peaked - the alert also saw plans to drop water from helicopters adandoned. Energy adviser Arnold Gundersen says ...
Get out of Tokyo: leave toxic radiation zone as Japanese 'lose control' of stricken reactor
2011 03 17
Plans are being drawn up to evacuate every British national in Japan amid mounting fears of a nuclear catastrophe. Thousands of Britons were last night warned to leave Tokyo and all other areas under threat of radiation poisoning. The advice – echoed by other countries around the world – followed a meeting of the Cabinet’s emergency Cobra committee to discuss ...
Iodine for Radiation Exposure: Practical Solutions You Need to Know
2011 03 17
It is an especially important moment for parents around the world to sit up and take notice of what they will need to do to protect their children against the toxicities that are threatening them from many sources. Now we have a nuclear energy plant with four reactors going completely out of control and medical and health officials are out ...
Alert: Fukushima Coverup, 40 Years of Spent Nuclear Rods Blown Sky High
2011 03 17
In addition to under reporting the fires at Fukushima, the Japanese government has not told the people about the ominous fact that the nuclear plant site is a hellish repository where a staggering number of spent fuel rods have accumulated for 40 years. A contributor to the Occupational and Environmental Medicine list who once worked on nuclear waste issues provided ...
CCTV: When Criminals Control the Cameras (Video)
2011 03 16
Video from: YouTube.com "Today CCTV cameras are ubiquitous, with Londoners estimated to be caught on camera 300 times a day. CCTV cameras in England are now being equipped with loud speakers so that “anti-social behaviour” can be rebuked in a child’s voice. CCTV cameras are now routinely equipped with microphones and are admittedly used by law enforcement ...
Berlusconi accused of 13 sex crimes
2011 03 16
Italian prosecutors have accused Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi of having performed 13 acts of a sexual nature in 2010 with an underage Moroccan prostitute, known as ’Ruby.’ An inquiry panel revealed on Tuesday that Berlusconi held parties at his villa near Milan which started with dinner and ended with Berlusconi’s choice of a sex partner from 33 women, including Ruby, whose ...
Emperor addresses nation as nuclear crisis escalates
2011 03 16
Japan’s Emperor Akihito said Wednesday he was praying for the people’s safety following last week’s deadly earthquake and tsunami, and expressed his deep concern about the escalating nuclear crisis. In a rare television address to the nation, the 77-year-old monarch -- who is held in deep respect by many Japanese -- admitted the country still did not know how many people ...
Al Franken: ‘They’re coming after the Internet’
2011 03 16
Sen. Al Franken claimed Monday that big corporations are "hoping to destroy" the Internet and issued a call to arms to several hundred tech-savvy attendees to preserve net neutrality. "I came here to warn you, the party may be over," Franken said. "They’re coming after the Internet hoping to destroy the very thing that makes it such an important [medium] ...
Qaddafi Retaking Libya
2011 03 16
It appears Colonel Qaddafi has begun retaking Libya from globalist-backed rebels with Libyan forces now bearing down on the eastern city of Brega. It is also being reported that Qaddafi is offering rebels amnesty if they put down their weapons and take down the colonial Libyan flag that has been flying over “liberated cities” since the London based opposition declared ...
’Blood money’ frees CIA contractor in Pakistan
2011 03 16
An American CIA contractor detained on suspicion of murder was released on Wednesday after families of the two Pakistanis he killed were given "blood money" and the case was dropped, Pakistani officials said. The killings and detention of Raymond Allen Davis had strained ties between Pakistan and the United States and added to anti-America sentiment. Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah said Davis ...
US Contracting Tech Firms for Revolutions
2011 03 15
Washington Post has now revealed that the US State Department, Department of Defense, and the Broadcasting Board of Governors are all funding technology companies and NGOs (amusingly referred to as “human rights groups”) who are providing protesters across the Middle East and North Africa with means to facilitate their online activities including circumventing cyber-security measures employed by target nations.
Ides Of March 2011: March 15 History, Importance & Facts
2011 03 15
The Ides of March hold a special significance for few in modern times, but historically they mark one of the most significant moments in ancient history. The day marks the date of the death of Julius Ceasar, which occurred in 44 B.C. Famously the Roman leader was stabbed 23 times in the Roman Senate in a conspiracy led by Marcus Junius ...
TSA Scanner Radiation ’10X Higher than Expected’
2011 03 15
The Transportation Security Administration announced Friday that it would retest every full-body X-ray scanner that emits ionizing radiation — 247 machines at 38 airports — after maintenance records on some of the devices showed radiation levels 10 times higher than expected. The TSA says that the records reflect math mistakes and that all the machines are safe. Indeed, even the highest ...
PepsiCo unveils 100 percent plant-based bottle
2011 03 15
PepsiCo Inc. on Tuesday unveiled a bottle made entirely of plant material, which it says bests the technology of competitor Coca-Cola and reduces its potential carbon footprint. The bottle is made from switch grass, pine bark, corn husks and other materials. Ultimately, Pepsi plans to also use orange peels, oat hulls, potato scraps and other leftovers from its food business. This product ...
Japan Might Face a Second Monster Quake and Tsunami
2011 03 14
Devastated Japan today faced the prospect of a second massive earthquake and tsunami even as millions of citizen struggled to come to terms with its biggest-ever natural disaster. Over 2,000 bodies had been washed ashore on the country's decimated coastline - raising fears the death toll could be higher than previously thought. While the official death toll stood at nearly ...
All Three Damaged Nuclear Reactors now in "Meltdown" at Tsunami-hit Power Station
2011 03 14
The Japanese nuclear reactor hit by the tsunami went into 'meltdown' today, as officials admitted that fuel rods appear to be melting inside three damaged reactors. There is a risk that molten nuclear fuel can melt through the reactor's safety barriers and cause a serious radiation leak. There have already been explosions inside two over-heating reactors at the Fukushima ...
Neurotoxin found in sardines floating dead in Southern California marina
2011 03 14
The millions of sardines that were found floating dead in a Southern California marina this week tested positive for a powerful neurotoxin, researchers said Friday. High levels of domoic acid were found in the sardines, which may have distressed them off the Los Angeles coastline and caused them to swim into the Redondo Beach marina, University of Southern California biologist David ...
King Henry VIII’s Madness Explained
2011 03 14
Could a genetic disorder and a rare blood type explain Henry VIII’s health problems, his wives’ miscarriages, and even his madness? Among a long list of personality quirks and historical drama, Henry VIII is known for the development of health problems in mid-life and a series of miscarriages for two of his wives. In a new study, researchers propose that Henry ...
British Tax Protesters Arrest Judge In Act Of "Lawful Rebellion"
2011 03 14
For those wondering whether we can expect to see anything like the scenes witnessed in Egypt coming to America or the United Kingdom, the actions of British protesters who engaged in “lawful rebellion” by attempting to arrest a judge yesterday could herald the beginning of a new tax revolt to rival the infamous poll tax riots of 1990.
Man Invents Machine To Convert Plastic Into Oil
2011 03 14
The Japanese company Blest has developed one of the smallest and safest plastic-to-oil conversion machines out on the market today. It's founder and CEO, Akinori Ito is passionate about using this machine to change the way people around the world think about their plastic trash. From solving our landfill and garbage disposal issues to reducing our oil dependancy on the ...
Second explosion at Japanese nuclear plant - Cooling breaks down at third reactor in Japan
2011 03 14
There has been a second explosion at the Fukushima nuclear plant in northern Japan that was damaged in Friday’s earthquake and tsunami. 11 people were hurt in the blast, which sent a plume of smoke into the air. The fuel rods at the reactor are now partly exposed, raising fears of a meltdown. Officials say the core of the reactor is intact ...
Nuclear Expert: Radiation Could Spread To US West Coast
2011 03 14
Nuclear expert Joe Cirincione warns that radiation from Japan’s multiple potential nuclear meltdowns could spread to the US west coast and that the threat represents an “unprecedented crisis,” as another explosion rocked the Fukushima complex and officials admitted that nuclear fuel rods at reactor number two have been fully exposed.
New Footage of Tsunami Wave Smashing Boats and Cars
2011 03 14
Dramatic new pictures have emerged of a tsunami wave smashing into the Japanese town of Miyako on Friday. The wave crashes over the seawall carrying away everything in its path, including cars and boats. (March 13)
Lost city of Atlantis, swamped by tsunami, found?
2011 03 14
A U.S.-led research team may have finally located the lost city of Atlantis, the legendary metropolis believed swamped by a tsunami thousands of years ago in mud flats in southern Spain. "This is the power of tsunamis," head researcher Richard Freund told Reuters. Freund displays two artifacts discovered at the archaeological site in Spain. Source "It is just so hard to understand that ...
Homefront game turns political fears into sales (Video)
2011 03 14
The economic crisis in the U.S. has gotten worse. The dollar has collapsed, gas prices are near $20 a gallon and the nation is unable to help defend its allies as the Korean army advances. After crippling the U.S. with an electromagnetic pulse, the Unified Korean Army begins to occupy the country, turning high school stadiums into detention centers and ...
"Cleansing" Earth with giant cloned trees
2011 03 14
"A nonprofit organization called Archangel Ancient Tree Archive is rushing to collect their genetic material and replant clones in an audacious plan to restore the world’s ancient forests and put them to work cleansing the environment and absorbing carbon dioxide, the greenhouse gas largely responsible for global warming."
Blast strikes Japan plant, core safe; bodies found on coast
2011 03 14
A hydrogen explosion rocked the earthquake-stricken nuclear plant in Japan where authorities have been working desperately to avert a meltdown, compounding a nuclear catastrophe caused by Friday’s massive quake and tsunami.
Piers Corbyn: Massive Japan Earthquake & Tsunami Were Triggered by Solar Action
2011 03 13
Meteorologist, astrophysicist, consultant, and owner of the business Weather Action, Piers Corbyn, talks with Alex about the Japanese tsunami. Piers says “The massive Japan Earthquake and Tsunami were triggered by massive events on the Sun and there are more to come in the next two years” Video from: YouTube.com He Says: • “The Earthquake was preceded by an X ...
Japan says partial meltdown likely at 2nd reactor
2011 03 13
Japan’s top government spokesman says a partial meltdown is likely under way at second reactor affected by Friday’s massive earthquake. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said Sunday that radiation at the nuclear power plant in Fukushima briefly rose above legal limits, but it has since declined significantly. Three reactors at the plant lost their cooling functions in the aftermath of quake and ...
Japan quake shifted Earth 4 inches on its axis
2011 03 13
The massive earthquake that shook Japan and triggered a huge tsunami appears to have shifted the Earth on its axis and moved an island of Japan, a media report said Saturday. NASA’s Terra satellite’s first view of northeastern Japan flooding following the earthquake and tsunami in northeastern Japan Kenneth Hudnut, a geophysicist at the US Geological Survey, told CNN: ’At this point, ...
Japan Earthquake: Helicopter aerial view video of giant tsunami waves - Nuclear Radiation Alert
2011 03 11
A ferocious tsunami spawned by one of the largest earthquakes on record slammed Japan's eastern coast on Friday, killing hundreds of people as it swept away ships, cars and homes while widespread fires burned out of control. Police said 200 to 300 bodies were found in the northeastern coastal city of Sendai, the city in ...
Extreme Supermoon: Will it Trigger Natural Disasters March 19?
2011 03 11
On March 19, the moon will swing around Earth more closely than it has in the past 18 years, lighting up the night sky from just 221,567 miles (356,577 kilometers) away. On top of that, it will be full. And one astrologer believes it could inflict massive damage on the planet. Richard Nolle, a noted astrologer who runs the website astropro.com, ...
Disaster: Earthquake and Tsunami slam Japan, sweeps across Pacific Basin
2011 03 11
The biggest earthquake on record to hit Japan rocked the northeast coast on Friday, triggering a 10-meter tsunami that killed hundreds of people and swept away everything in its path, including houses, ships and cars. Up to 300 bodies were found in the coastal city of Sendai, media said. NHK television said the victims appeared to have drowned. The extent of ...
Fire on water: Japan, world watches tsunami strike (Video)
2011 03 11
Within an hour after a major earthquake rattled Japan, the nation and the world watched a surreal and unprecedented scene from a helicopter hovering above the coastal area of Miyagi prefecture: Neat rows of tilled farmland being cleaved by a wall of water, with a white ship sweeping across the soil . Behind it, a massive wave of mud, debris and ...
Karzai tells West that Afghanis will decide their own fate, and NATO ’accidentally’ whacks his cousin
2011 03 10
Karzai: Afghan people will decide terms for US forces to remain By Jon Boone | Guardian.co.uk March 8, 2011: President Hamid Karzai says meeting of tribal leaders will plan handover to Afghan security forces The vexed question of the terms under which US forces should remain in Afghanistan after the official pullout date of 2014 will be thrown open to the Afghan ...
France officially recognizes Libyan rebel group
2011 03 10
France recognized the main Libyan rebel group as the legitimate representative of the country Thursday and urged its European allies to do the same as a way to hasten the downfall of Moammar Gaddafi. The French announcement, made in Paris, came as European Union foreign ministers and NATO defense ministers gathered in separate huddles in Brussels to weigh proposals for military, ...
U.S. charity pays female drug addicts in Britain to be fitted with contraceptive coils
2011 03 10
A US charity has paid 26 female drug addicts in Britain to have contraceptive coils or implants fitted, it was reported today. Project Prevention said it had made initial payments of £60 and a UK-based charity is hoping to launch a similar scheme. Barbara Harris, who founded the US charity, triggered an ethical storm in October after offering to pay British addicts ...
Egyptian Revolution? Globalists Own Both Horses In Two Horse Race
2011 03 10
Globalist stooge Mohamed ElBaradei is being groomed by the elite to successfully hijack the revolution in Egypt and fend off presidential rival Amr Moussa, who himself is a favored candidate for the US military-industrial complex, meaning that the globalists will own both horses in a two horse race – welcome to “democracy,” new world order style.
Newly Obtained Homeland Security Documents Reveal Radical Shift In Internet Policy
2011 03 10
Brian McCarthy ran a website, channelsurfing.net, that linked to various sites where you could watch online streams of TV shows and sports networks. The Department of Homeland Security seized his domain name in late January. All you’ll find there now is a "This domain has been seized" warning, complete with a screeching eagle dive-bombing your face as he clutches a ...
If we don’t fight, TSA-like security coming to ‘sidewalks,’ ‘football games,’ Texas Rep. warns
2011 03 09
"We’re talking about what would be a criminal act in any other place," Rep. David Simpson (R) told Raw Story. "If you viewed someone naked without their permission or consent, or as a condition of travel, it would be sexual harassment or vouyerism. If you touched people’s privates, that would be sexual assault.
Mass fish death in California harbor; millions
2011 03 09
Millions of dead fish were found floating in a California harbor after apparently becoming trapped and expiring due to lack of oxygen, experts said. The silver-colored fish appeared overnight at King Harbor in Redondo Beach, where the surface of the water was covered, said officials. Locals suggested that high winds might have pushed the fish -- initially reported to be anchovies, but ...
Chossudovsky on Libyan ’Battle for Oil’ (Video)
2011 03 09
"RT talks to Michel Chossudovsky - Director of the Center for Research on Globalization, in Canada." Video from: YouTube.com/RT
Iceland votes NO to Icesave debt (Video)
2011 03 09
Voters in Iceland have overwhelmingly rejected proposals to pay the UK and the Netherlands in the wake of collapse of the Icesave bank. 93% of voters said "No" in a referendum. Johanna Sigurdardottir said that her government would stay in office, despite the "No" results. "This has no impact on the life of the government," she said.
Iceland votes to reject debt slavery, is threatened with reprisals
2011 03 09
Iceland faces downgrade if Icesave deal fails: Moody’s Iceland’s rejection in a referendum of a new deal with Britain and The Netherlands to repay money lost in the collapse of Icesave bank would hit the country’s ratings, Moody’s warned on Wednesday. It could also hit money committed by Iceland’s Nordic neighbours to help it recover from its 2008 bust, adding to ...
Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” – The Illuminati Manifesto
2011 03 08
Lady Gaga’s single “Born This Way” introduces the viewers to the birth of a “new race” and to a new world, using intricate imagery and a precise narrative. It is a psychedelic trip filled with occult and archetypal symbols, telling the story of a cosmic birth and new ideals. However, behind its outward message of acceptance, a more sinister message ...
UFO files reveal ’Rendlesham incident’ papers missing
2011 03 08
Intelligence papers on a reported UFO sighting known as the "Rendlesham incident" have gone missing, files from the National Archives reveal. The missing files relate to a report of mysterious lights from US servicemen at RAF Woodbridge in Suffolk in 1980. Officials found a "huge" gap where defence intelligence files relating to the case should be, the papers show.
High Fascism
2011 03 08
During the Occupation, the Nazis and their French allies recognized the power and national prestige of the French fashion industry and sought to harness it. When the collaborationist Vichy government took over direction of the French lifestyle magazine Paris Soir, it announced in its pages a “summer of couture ... and shopping.” The Nazis were so enamored with fashion’s place ...
Student files lawsuit after discovering FBI was GPS tracking him
2011 03 08
A community college student who says he’s never done anything that should attract the interest of federal law enforcement officials filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the FBI for secretly putting a GPS tracking device on his car. Yasir Afifi, 20, says a mechanic doing an oil change on his car in October discovered the device stuck with magnets between his right ...
Gulf Military Operation awards unit for spraying 149,000 gallons Corexit
2011 03 08
The Air Force is honoring 910th Airlift Wing in Vienna for spraying Corexit according to Air Force Reserve Command’s announcement Friday, reported by the Tribune Chronicle that calls the event a last year’s incident and refers to it at an "oil spill." The 910th is being honored with the ’’Air Force Outstanding Unit Award’’ recognizing the airlift wing for outstanding achievement ...
Army Enlists ‘DNA Origami’ to Spot Outbreaks
2011 03 08
What do you get when you cross DNA, origami and the body’s natural defenses against disease? The Army’s newest way to spot smallpox outbreaks, apparently. Billions of defense dollars have gone into the military’s quest for sensors that will sniff out “bio-warfare” molecules. But today’s technologies just don’t cut it. In our bodies though, these super-specific sensors for disease already exist; ...
Scientists dismiss alien life report
2011 03 08
A report claiming to find remnants of alien life in meteorites has been broadly dismissed by scientists after its publication Friday in an eccentric online journal. The report was written by Richard Hoover, an engineer at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. He had sliced open a couple of small meteorites, looked at them under a microscope and seen ...
Flamingos Drop From Siberian Sky: Locals Mystified (Magnetic Fields Reversing?)
2011 03 07
We’re in Siberia, shivering. It’s November 11, 2003, and two boys are ice fishing along the Lena River, where it’s 13 below zero. All of a sudden, up in the sky, they see what looks like a flamingo. "We thought it was a swan or a stork". It was large, and made ever lower circles in the sky. It seemed to ...
Secretive X-37B Space Plane Launches on New Mystery Mission
2011 03 07
After being delayed a day by bad weather, the U.S. Air Force’s second X-37B robotic space plane blasted off from Florida this afternoon (March 5) on a mystery mission shrouded in secrecy. The Air Force’s second X-37B space plane soars toward space atop an Atlas 5 rocket after launching from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on March 5, 2011. ...
Russia-UK satellites to "predict quakes", "give govts 10 days to save lives" (Video)
2011 03 07
"Modern space exploration is more about commerce than national prestige, and getting funding means drawing a convincing picture of future profits to the investor, said Alan Smith from the Mullard Space Science Laboratory in London. Alan Smith heads the British part of the Russia-UK joint TwinSat Project that is working on the construction of next-generation satellites to observe and monitor ...
Anonymous: Forget LULZ, we’re in it for revolution
2011 03 07
In a newly-released "open letter," hacker group Anonymous calls for a "peaceful revolution." Does this signal a change in ideology for a group that, until now, has simply been ’in it for the LULZ’? In a surprising move, hacktivist group Anonymous appears to have issued an “open letter to the world,” which calls for anyone with the will and the gumption ...
NASA scientist finds evidence of alien life?
2011 03 07
We are not alone in the universe, says NASA astrobiologist Dr. Richard B. Hoover. And he claims to have the extraterrestrial fossils to back it up. Aliens exist, and we have proof. That astonishingly awesome claim comes from Dr. Richard B. Hoover, an astrobiologist at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, who says he has found conclusive evidence of alien life — fossils ...
U.S. Military Charges WikiLeaks Whistleblower Bradley Manning with ’Aiding the Enemy’
2011 03 04
The US military on Wednesday unveiled new charges against the soldier suspected of passing a trove of secret government documents to WikiLeaks, accusing him of "aiding the enemy." US Army authorities announced 22 additional charges against Private Bradley Manning, including the serious offense of "aiding the enemy," which carries a potential death sentence. But military prosecutors do not plan to seek the ...
"There Will Be Another Hitler Some Day"
2011 03 04
Ewald von Kleist, 88, a former officer in the German Wehrmacht and the last surviving member of the July 20, 1944 plot against Hitler, discusses Germany’s elimination of conscription, why German soldiers need to toughen up and his failed attempt to kill Adolf Hitler.
MEPs vote themselves extra €1,500 allowance a month
2011 03 04
MEPs have elected to boost their monthly allowance for staff and office expenses by €1,500, mirroring a similar move last year despite a widespread austerity drive in EU member states. It will create an overall budget increase by almost €13.25 million in 2011. German MEP Trupel said the move showed EU lawmakers were "clearly out of touch with fiscal realities"...
Wars, Rumors Of Wars, Skyrocketing Oil Prices And Global Economic Chaos – Why Is All Of This Happening?
2011 03 04
Did anyone out there anticipate that 2011 would be such a wild year? The year is barely over two months old and we have already seen multiple civil wars erupt, rumors of more wars , riots and revolutions breaking out all over the globe, oil prices soaring and chaos on global financial markets. So why is all of ...
Egypt’s Antiquities Chief Quits Cabinet, Warns of Looting
2011 03 04
Egypt’s top archaeologist, Zahi Hawass, warned that the country’s antiquity sites were being looted by criminals amid the country’s political upheaval as he announced he would no longer serve in his ministerial post in the government. Hawass was quoted in the Friday editions of Cairo’s dailies as saying he would not participate in the new government to be led by prime ...
Investigating the G20: "You Should Have Stayed At Home" Documentary (Video)
2011 03 04
Video from: YouTube.com "They were the most unlikely of troublemakers. There were thousands of ordinary citizens on the streets at Toronto G20 Summit marching peacefully until the police closed in and shut them down. Many had gone downtown simply to see what was going on, only to find themselves forcibly dragged away by police and locked ...
Argentine Dictators Go On Trial For Baby Thefts
2011 03 03
A long-awaited trial began Monday for two former Argentine dictators who allegedly oversaw a systematic plan to steal babies born to political prisoners three decades ago. Jorge Videla and Reynaldo Bignone are accused in 34 cases of infants who were taken from mothers held in Argentina’s largest clandestine torture and detention centers, the Navy Mechanics School in Buenos Aires and the ...
Pope says Jews not responsible for Christ’s death
2011 03 03
Pope Benedict XVI has made a sweeping exoneration of the Jewish people for the death of Jesus Christ, tackling one of the most controversial issues in Christianity in a new book. In "Jesus of Nazareth-Part II" excerpts released Wednesday, Benedict explains biblically and theologically why there is no basis in Scripture for the argument that the Jewish people as a whole ...
Near-Death Experience: Religion or Science?
2011 03 03
It sounded like a story dreamed up by a little boy. But to understand what Colton said, you have to hear his journey. It all started on a trip to Colorado. Colton complained of a stomach ache. After a trip to the doctor, his diagnosis was the flu. Back home in Nebraska still no improvement. Then, Colton went downhill fast...
Michael Jackson ’chemically castrated’ as child: doctor
2011 03 03
Michael Jackson may have been more prince than king of pop, a French doctor says in a new book alleging his wide-ranging voice resulted from a childhood chemical castration to fight acne. "When he died, I realised that he was an unusual phenomenon," Alain Branchereau, an opera buff and professor of vascular surgery at Timone University Hospital in France’s Mediterranean port ...
Egyptian Prime Minster resigns, Army appoints new one
2011 03 03
Egypt’s governing military council has accepted the resignation of Ahmed Shafiq, the prime minister, and appointed a former transport minister, Essam Sharaf, to form a new government, according to an army announcement. "The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces decided to accept the resignation of Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq and appointed Essam Sharaf to form the new government," the statement said. The ...
Stomach Implant for The Obese?
2011 03 03
Patrick Hetzner tried diets and exercise, just about everything short of stomach stapling to lose weight. Nothing worked. Five months ago he tried something new: a stomach pacemaker that curbed his appetite. Since having it implanted, Hetzner, a 20-year-old Munich mailman, has knocked off more than 10 kilos (22 pounds) from his earlier weight of 104 kilos (229 pounds). Hetzner got the ...
Model gives ancient Iceman Oetzi new face
2011 03 02
In 1991 a German couple found Oetzi’s mummified corpse embedded in a glacier, in a high mountain pass. Using 3D images of the corpse and forensic technology two Dutch experts - Alfons and Adrie Kennis - created a new Oetzi model. They gave him brown eyes. The museum is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Iceman discovery - a find which became ...
The Ultimate Oxymoron: Industrial Civilization and Mental Health
2011 03 02
There is almost no mention in the current media mental health discourse of the death spiral of psychotherapy in the United States. While mental health treatment in the nation was never fully accepted without stigma, it may have been most widely embraced in the 1970s during the Carter Administration when the National Mental Health Systems Act was passed. Only a ...
Study Finds Cellphone Radiation Changes Brain Activity
2011 03 02
A groundbreaking study published today by one of the world’s leading neuroscientists challenges the longstanding conviction that radiation emitted from cellphones is too weak to have an effect on the brain. You can think of cellphone saturation as one giant, uncontrolled human experiment. There are now 293 million wireless connections in use in the United States, according to the trade group ...
Monster M Class Flare (Video)
2011 03 02
"When a rather large-sized (M 3.6 class) flare occurred near the edge of the Sun, it blew out a gorgeous, waving mass of erupting plasma that swirled and twisted over a 90-minute period (Feb. 24, 2011). This event was captured in extreme ultraviolet light by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory spacecraft . Some of the material blew out into space and ...
Wisconsin Governor admits to plotting false-flag terror; media averts eyes
2011 03 02
Did you know that the Governor of Wisconsin has admitted that he and his advisors "thought about" launching a false-flag terror attack against the people of Wisconsin - and decided not to only because he wasn’t sure it would achieve his political objectives? False-flag terror is the oldest and arguably most powerful trick in the book of governments. By stirring up ...
Human Intelligence not in Jeopardy: Congressman tops computer Watson
2011 03 02
Turns out all it took to top Watson, the "Jeopardy"-winning computer, was a rocket scientist. U.S. Rep. Rush Holt of New Jersey is just such a scientist. The success of Holt — a five-time champion during the trivia show’s original run 35 years ago — topped the IBM computer Monday night in a "Jeopardy" exhibition match of congressmen vs. machine held at ...
Future uncertain for children in Thai baby scam
2011 03 02
The fate of around nine unborn children hangs in the balance as Thai authorities weigh what to do with the offspring of Vietnamese women freed from an illegal baby breeding ring in Bangkok. A total of 14 women, half of them pregnant, were freed on Wednesday from an operation using them as surrogates for wealthy childless couples overseas who placed orders ...
Killing Us Softly: Advertising’s Images of Women (Video)
2011 03 01
"Jean Kilbourne’s pioneering work helped develop and popularize the study of gender representation in advertising. Her award-winning Killing us Softly films have influenced millions of college and high school students across two generations and on an international scale. In this important new film, Kilbourne reviews if and how the image of women in advertising has changed over the last 20 ...
Shocking History of Medical Experiments on People
2011 03 01
Shocking as it may seem, U.S. government doctors once thought it was fine to experiment on disabled people and prison inmates. Such experiments included giving hepatitis to mental patients in Connecticut, squirting a pandemic flu virus up the noses of prisoners in Maryland, and injecting cancer cells into chronically ill people at a New York hospital. Much of this horrific history ...
Top Story: Stephen Colbert *IS* Anonymous?
2011 03 01
All the conspiracy folk out there should love this one: a few nights ago, Stephen Colbert had Glenn Greenwald on to discuss the showdown between security firm HBGary and the Wikileaks-supporting internet ’vigilante’ hacking group Anonymous which has been making news of late. Towards the end of the interview, keen-eyed viewers may have picked up a little ’video glitch’ - ...
Controversial mascots for 2014 Olympics
2011 03 01
A snowboarding leopard, a figure-skating bunny and a polar bear wearing a scarf will be the three mascots for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia. Though those are some of the safest choices imaginable, the decision has led to charges of plagiarism, corruptibility and vote-rigging. The winners were announced on a live television show broadcast throughout the country. Viewers cast over ...
Iran threatens to boycott 2012 London Olympics because of logo
2011 03 01
Iran is threatening to boycott the 2012 Olympic Games in London because of the Games' logo. According to an Iranian official, the logo, with its blocky, abstract rendering of "2012," is racist because it appears to spell the word "Zion," a biblical term for Jerusalem, rather than 2012. Bahram Afsharzadeh, the secretary-general of Iran's National Olympic Committee, said via the ...
Lieberman: Report on Army mind tricks ’weird’
2011 03 01
One of the U.S. senators allegedly targeted by an Army unit using psychological operations to help get more money and troops for the Afghanistan war says he doesn’t believe he’s been "brainwashed." Independent Sen. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut tells CNN’s "State of the Union" that he was supporting money and troop levels in Afghanistan long before the Army unit is reported ...
Live Baby Dinosaur Discovered In New Zealand
2011 03 01
Most people grew up being taught that the mighty race of dinosaurs went extinct about 65 million years ago. But it’s not true; dinosaurs still walk the Earth. No, it isn’t a T-Rex or a living relative of the Loch Ness Monster…but it is one of the oldest living creatures on Earth. A dinosaur that didn’t go extinct 65 million years ago ...
Alex Jones Culture Jams The View (Video)
2011 03 01
Alex Jones blasts the truth to The View’s audience of 30 Million. Video from: YouTube.com
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