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30/07/2015 22:36
Eric Ravenscraft   Every time Microsoft releases a new version of Windows, its servers get slammed. To help alleviate this burden, Windows 10 can download updates from other users’ computers. The problem is, it can use up your bandwidth and data caps to do so. Here’s how to turn it...
08/06/2015 22:32
  by Karina Urbach   The Duke of Windsor inspecting SS soldiers in 1937. Aktuelle-Bilder-Centrale, Georg Pahl (Bild 102), CC BY-SA King Edward VIII was forced to abdicate in 1936, and soon took the title of the Duke of Windsor. He has always been known for his pro-Nazi...
30/05/2015 22:20
Could Denis O’Brian Be a Fascist Psychopath? Source Denis O’Brien’s lawyers have had a busy Friday (May 29, 2015) sending letters to several more media outlets (including the Broadsheet .ie, who have bravely refused to cave into his legal threats) regarding his interactions with IBRC (Irish...
24/05/2015 09:08
Written By: Sayer Ji, Founder A revolutionary new study reveals that the core tenet of classical genetics is patently false, and by implication: what we do in this life -- our diet, our mindset, our chemical exposures -- can directly impact the DNA and health of future generations. A...
19/05/2015 02:28
Global research A Talk by David Halpin FRCS in presence of Richard Gage – of Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth Totnes Town Hall UK Tuesday 21st April 2015 I am honoured to share a platform with Richard Gage of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth. I intend in this 20 minute talk to...
19/05/2015 00:55
By Jef Rouner   I’ve been seeing a lot of articles lately with headlines like “Why Heath Ledger’s Joker Will Never Be Matched”. I was going to do a take down of that for several reasons; he’s largely a product of a post-9/11 world that will eventually move on from that mindset, The...
07/05/2015 11:53
Published on May 4, 2015 by Michael Zhang Source   It’s amazing the kinds of space photos that amateur photographers can create from their own backyards these days. Case in point: the high-resolution moon photo above was captured last week by Polish photographer Bartosz Wojczyński. It...
28/04/2015 16:59
Holographic principle suggests there is a 2D surface that we can't see This surface contains all the information needed to describe 3D objects Since 1997, equations used to show holographic principle could be true have been based on models that contradict theories about our universe Now...
28/04/2015 16:57
Source Back in 1578 came the fascinating discovery of a network of labyrinthine tombs, lurking deep beneath the street of Rome. The tombs were home to the decayed skeletons of early Christian martyrs – believed to be saints on account of their bravery & unwavering support of Christian...
18/04/2015 00:09
Source: Spy Culture Guillermo Jimenez joins us for this episode to talk about Robert De Niro – a man whose relationship with the CIA spans two decades.  We look at four films – Wag the Dog, Meet the Parents, Meet the Fockers and The Good Shepherd, the latter three of which have documented CIA...
09/02/2015 22:40
By Robbie Graham S ilver Screen Saucers  The role played by Hollywood in shaping our notions of potential alien life has long been a subject of fascination and contention in the UFO research community. Although there seems to be a consensus among UFOlogists that big screen depictions of...
27/01/2015 15:23
NonGMOseeds The annual global death toll caused by smoking is 4 million. Do you know what you’re smoking? Cigarettes contain about 599 ingredients in one cigarette and their about 4,000 chemicals in each cigarette. Tobacco is a green leafy plant that is grown in warm climates but even in...
25/01/2015 02:58
By John White There is a widespread notion among New Age-oriented people and spiritual seekers that consciousness is energy and that working with energy will per se change one's consciousness and bring enlightenment.  This is a fallacy, and a spiritually dangerous one at that.  States...
20/01/2015 14:27
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18/01/2015 20:26
He skated over knowledge, it’s true, but Colin Wilson exhilarated a generation with the bold possibilities of life by Ken MacLeod 1,400 words   Colin Wilson in 1956. Photo by Mark Kauffman//Time Life Pictures/Getty Ken MacLeod is a science fiction writer. His latest...
16/01/2015 01:25
15/01/2015 16:02
PsychopathFree   One of the amazing things about recovery is that we're all united by a common experience that allows us to validate & heal together. Because of these commonalities, we find that survivors often encounter the same pressing questions throughout the recovery process....
15/01/2015 05:58
by Casa Palmera Staff Children are often viewed as highly resilient and able to bounce back from just about any situation, but traumatic experiences in childhood can have severe and long-lasting effects well into adulthood if they are left unresolved. Childhood trauma can result from anything that...
25/11/2014 05:44
Source: Michael Snyder, Guest Post     From the dawn of history, elites have always attempted to enslave humanity.  Yes, there have certainly been times when those in power have slaughtered vast numbers of people, but normally those in power find it much more beneficial to profit...
25/11/2014 05:38
Alison Nappi {source} “What if we never ‘get over’ certain deaths, or our childhoods? What if the idea that we should have by now, or will, is a great palace lie? What if we’re not supposed to? What if it takes a life time…?” ~ Anne Lamott It isn’t true that you have to get over...
21/11/2014 01:29
By Shawn Hamilton The terms “conspiracy theorist” and “conspiracy nut” are used frequently to discredit a perceived adversary using emotional rather than logical appeals. It’s important for the sake of true argument that we define the term “conspiracy” and use it appropriately, not as an ad...
18/11/2014 00:27
17/11/2014 22:34
By Judith Shulevitz   Lowell, Massachusetts, a former mill town of the red-brick-and-waterfall variety 25 miles north of Boston, has proportionally more Cambodians and Cambodian-Americans than nearly any other city in the country: as many as 30,000, out of a population of slightly more...
24/10/2014 22:47
23/10/2014 18:28
Thomas Sheridan   ENGAGING WITH HYPE AND SENSATONALISM   If our thoughts do, in fact, fabricate or alter parts of our brain structure, then we have to develop a more personally responsive model of how we deal with information being presented to us. The mainstream media has known that we...
23/10/2014 18:24
Crossmark Significance We show, via a massive (N = 689,003) experiment on Facebook, that emotional states can be transferred to others via emotional contagion, leading people to experience the same emotions without their awareness. We provide experimental evidence that emotional contagion...
15/10/2014 21:55
Source: Public Intelligence   Counter-Unconventional Warfare White Paper 46 pages During the last decade, the U.S. military, along with its interagency and international partners, has generated significant capability to counter the irregular threats presented by non-state terrorists,...
15/10/2014 21:46
Source: Who What Why     Just when did the United States government start referring to the country as the “homeland?” If you were to answer “after 9/11,” you would be wrong. That’s the surprise. What is not at all surprising is the exponential expansion of what some call the...
14/10/2014 02:20
Source: Wolf Street     By handing the responsibility of bailouts to the Fed and other central banks, lawmakers can pretend they’re not involved. Wolf here: occasionally I highlight comments that add a different angle or flavor or an illustration or more depth to an article published on...
07/10/2014 15:49
by Thomas Sheridan "history is a nightmare from which I am trying to awake" - James Joyce     November 1966, and a Presbyterian evangelist named William McGrath has an apocalyptic prophetic vision that Northern Ireland would be engulfed within a...
07/10/2014 15:22
By Peter Dale Scott on Oct 5, 2014 For some time now, I have been analyzing American history in the light of what I have called structural deep events: events, like the JFK assassination, the Watergate break-in, Iran-Contra, or 9/11, which repeatedly involve law-breaking or violence, are...
26/09/2014 23:50
24/09/2014 15:47
The philosopher's musings on the nature of reality could have scientific basis, according to a prominent physicist Paul Steinhardt Friedrich Nietzsche (Credit: AP/Salon) Excerpted from "The Universe: Leading Scientists Explore the Origin, Mysteries, and Future of the Cosmos." It...
23/09/2014 10:09
Source: Consortium News   Israel’s never-ending persecution of Palestinians is opening a chasm between the world’s public, which is growing disgusted by Israeli behavior, and Western elites who shy from criticism because of career fears and financial dependence, observes Lawrence...
23/09/2014 09:55
ArtsMic It's no secret that reading is good for you. Just six minutes of reading is enough to reduce stress by 68%, and numerous studies have shown that reading keeps your brain functioning effectively as you age. One study even found that elderly individuals who read regularly...
18/09/2014 19:34
Source: Washington's Blog     Must-Read:  “The 2001 Anthrax Deception” Professor Graeme MacQueen has written a must-read book on the anthrax attacks on America: The 2001 Anthrax Deception. Even those of us who have paid close attention to – and written broadly on –...
18/09/2014 19:27
Source: Consortium News   President Obama’s plan to bomb Islamic State targets inside Syria amounts to an expansion of America’s “perpetual war” without either a clear legal basis or a likely expectation of success, as Nat Parry explains. By Nat Parry Officials in Washington are...
18/09/2014 17:20
By David Swanson War, our leaders tell us, is needed to make the world a better place. Well, maybe not so much for the 43 million people who’ve been driven out of their homes and remain in a precarious state as internally displaced persons (24 million), refugees (12 million), and those struggling...
18/09/2014 16:05
George Dvorsky   As we head deeper into the 21st century, we're starting to catch a glimpse of the fantastic technological possibilities that await. But we're also starting to get a grim sense of the potential horrors. Here are 10 frightening technologies that should never, ever, come into...
12/09/2014 23:57
Source: Mass Private I     How Americas Most Powerful News Media Worked Hand in Glove with the Central Intelligence Agency and Why the Church Committee Covered It Up:   The CIA’s use of the American news media has been much more extensive than Agency officials have...
12/09/2014 23:52
Source: Natural Society     Developers of artificial micro-humans, or ‘mini GM humans,’ are hoping to release their technology on the market by 2017. No this isn’t a sci-fi joke. Scientists are developing artificial humans in the same vein as GM plants with the hope that these creations...
12/09/2014 23:49
Source: Motherboard   Warning: This article contains graphic images of laboratory animal experimentation. Under the codename Pawel, an animal rights activist worked as a nurse at the Max Planck Institute of Biological Cybernetics for over half a year, recording with a hidden...
11/09/2014 20:42
Evan Ackerman   There's energy flowing around you all the time. And not in some spiritual, holistic sense: wireless energy from cellphone networks, routers, radios, TV transmitters, and even satellites is saturating the EM spectrum 24/7. If you're clever, you can...
11/09/2014 18:37
The following text was presented at  the International Conference on “9/11 Revisited – Seeking the Truth”, Perdana Global Peace Foundation (PGPF), Kuala Lumpur, November 2012 Introduction The tragic events of September 11, 2001 constitute a fundamental landmark in American history,  a...
11/09/2014 18:23
Scientists at the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Wurttemburg (ZSW) have developed one of the most efficient lithium-ion batteries yet. The super li-on batteries herald a bright future for energy storage systems, and in an electric vehicle they’re expected to retain 85% of...
11/09/2014 16:33
11/09/2014 03:48
ScienceDaily A chip, which contains nanoscale structures that enable electron cooling at room temperature, is pictured. A team of researchers has discovered a way to cool electrons to -228 °C without external means and at room temperature, an advancement that could enable...
10/09/2014 16:11
05/09/2014 22:58
Source: Robert Barsocchini   Syria The USA started carrying out coups, assassinating leaders, and sponsoring terrorism and extremists in Syria in 1948, continuing to the present moment, as everyone knows, under Obama.  Examples, provided by David North: “The Eisenhower...
05/09/2014 22:40
By Eileen Shim Image Credit: Getty   In 1961, curious about a person's willingness to obey an authority figure, social psychologist Stanley Milgram began trials on his now-famous experiment. In it, he tested how far a subject would go electrically shocking a stranger (actually...
01/09/2014 14:35
These cat outline etchings are normally invisible to the wavelength of light that made the pictures. Photograph by Gabriela Barreto Lemos In a physics first, a quantum camera captures images with two-colored light that never "saw" the object.   Like twins separated at birth who are...
31/08/2014 03:52
by Tim Holmes   ( August 22, 2014, Boston, Sri Lanka Guardian) Alright, not everything. And no, not you, smart-arse. Still, it’s been alarming to be reminded over the past month just how delusory much western public conversation on Hamas is. A common perception is that Hamas are in essence...
27/08/2014 00:35
Mike Adams Among the potential health risks associated with smoking marijuana, lung cancer has remained, by and large, at the top of the chronic toker’s concern list for many years. This unrest is mostly due to speculation surrounding the idea that regular marijuana smokers are in danger of...
26/08/2014 20:13
Researchers have some new insights into how power diminishes a person's capacity for empathy. According to scientists, a sense of power shuts down a part of the brain that helps us connect with others.   For their study that builds on past information about how the brain operates,...
26/08/2014 20:10
Source: IEEE Spectrum Electromagnetic (EM) attacks are not only possible—they are happening. One may be under way as you read this. Even so, you would probably never hear of it: These stories are typically hushed up, for the sake of security or the victims’ reputation. Occasionally, though, an...
23/08/2014 01:15
22/08/2014 14:59
By Order Of Truth It may seem as though the world has gone mad. It does to me both literally and metaphorically. In this article I am going to explain, as simply as possible, why we have some of the problems in the world we live in. I am basing this on my own experience both in and out of a...
21/08/2014 17:23
ScienceDaily Pressure retarded osmosis (PRO) is a method of producing renewable energy from two streams of a different salinity. Credit: Jose-Luis Olivares/MIT     Where the river meets the sea, there is the potential to harness a significant...
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