Archive for July, 2009 : Food Fascism Act Passed by HouseJuly 31st, 2009
The corrupt U.S. House of Representatives voted 283-142 to approve the Food Fascism Act. The Senate is likely to approve it about 3 weeks.
Jellyfish Are the Dark Energy of the OceansJuly 31st, 2009
The fluid dynamics of swimming jellyfish have provided a plausible mechanism for a once-wild notion: that marine animals, hidden from sight and ignored by geophysicists, may stir Earth’s oceans with as much force as its wind and tides.
How to Catch a Giant, Endangered EarthwormJuly 31st, 2009
Palouse worm hunters, who’ve recently taken to the field in an effort to dig up information about a species so rare that the Bush administration wouldn’t declare them endangered.
Mysteriously High Tides on East Coast Perplex ScientistsJuly 31st, 2009
From Maine to Florida, the Atlantic seaboard has experienced higher tides than expected this summer. At their peak in mid-June, the tides at some locations outstripped predictions by two feet.
Saving Fish is Possible, Unless…July 31st, 2009
Just a few years after scientists warned of impending ocean apocalypse, a handful of simple management tools have pulled some of Earth’s fisheries back from the edge of collapse, according to a review of global fish populations and catch data.
Pentagon Looks to ‘Optimize’ Troops’ MindsJuly 31st, 2009
Pentagon is flexing its research arm again. This time, in efforts to make a soldier’s brain function like a computer hard drive.
Teaching Drones to Fly in FormationJuly 31st, 2009
Drone planes are very good at navigating between geographic points, and at spotting and killing targets on the ground, but without a sense-and-avoid technology, they are just risk factors when flying in the same general airspace as airliners and private planes.
Lightning Gunners Take to the SkiesJuly 31st, 2009
Looking like it’s come out of a Sci-Fi flick, a company developing a “Lightning Gun” will have a try at deploying their gadget on US Navy & Marine Corps aircraft.
Air Force to Hunt for ‘Subversive’ Behavior OnlineJuly 31st, 2009
The Air Force’s geek squad wants the technology to monitor government employees’ deviant online behavior. And they want you to build it.
A Harder Look into the Iraq WarJuly 31st, 2009
A British investigatory committee examining pre-war failures plans to call the country’s former head of state, former Prime Minister Tony Blair — a move the US Congress probably will never embrace.
Swine Flu Vaccine Will Contain MercuryJuly 31st, 2009
Toxin linked to autism and neurological disorders to be included in shots.
The Mysterious Deaths of Top MicrobiologistsJuly 31st, 2009
In the midst of the mysterious deaths and disappearances of microbiologists, the US Government acts as if nothing is amiss.
The Surprising Ingredient Causing Weight GainJuly 31st, 2009
A recent study out of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill cites what animal studies have hinted at for years: MSG (aka monosodium glutamate) could be a factor in weight gain.
Humans Causing Earth’s 6th Mass ExtinctionJuly 30th, 2009
Population growth, pollution and invasive species are having a disastrous effect on species in the southern hemisphere, a major review by conservationists warns.
Beluga Whale Saves DiverJuly 30th, 2009
A drowning diver has told how she was saved by a whale that pushed her back to the surface when she suffered crippling cramps.
Iran grants $280M in loan to BoliviaJuly 30th, 2009
Bolivia has rejected predatory loans from the IMF and World Bank in exchange for low-interest loans from Iran.
America’s Expansive Bioweapons Industrial ComplexJuly 30th, 2009
The evidence suggests that the U.S. Bio-Defense program is in realty an offensive program and the military-industrial complex is gearing up to wage bio-warfare against the rest of the world.
US Trained Afghan Police Worse Than TalibanJuly 30th, 2009
Many Afghans prefer dealing the Taliban than suffering the abuse heaped upon them by the police trained by the US and British military.
Microwave Radiation Contributes to Autism?July 29th, 2009
Autism rates have skyrocketing in recent years from 1 in 250 to 1 in 50 babies. A new study shows a strong link between microwave radiation (cell phones) and autism rates.
UFOs ‘Prefer Water’ For Close EncountersJuly 29th, 2009
Declassified files on the Russian Navy’s encounters with UFOs have suggested the objects are big fans of water.
Scientologists To Expose J. Travolta If He QuitsJuly 29th, 2009
Rumours buzzing around Hollywood this week say that it’s not just the death of Travolta’s beloved son that has been torturing him lately, but also his relationship with his the Church of Scientology. Talks say the organization will go public with embarrassing details of Travolta’s life if he leaves the group.
Triangle UFOs in the Skies Over Four StatesJuly 29th, 2009
The triangle-shaped UFO reports are back in the news with four reports in four states today, according to witness testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) database.
Russian Navy Reveals Its Secret UFO EncountersJuly 29th, 2009
The Russian Navy has declassified its records of UFO encounters, many of which take place in or around water, reports the Web site of the English-language Russian news channel Russia Today.
Astronauts, and Others Discuss UFO Cover-upJuly 29th, 2009
Could all of these officials be lying or deluded? Even if it were just one or two high-level individuals making these claims, it would be worth investigating. Literally hundreds of these people have been publicly videotaped or interviewed by the major media making astonishing claims about a UFO cover-up.
Ghost of Michael Jackson Saves a Fan’s LifeJuly 28th, 2009
A Michael Jackson fan was saved by the celebrity’s ghost from being crushed to death by a speeding car.
Jennifer Aniston is Psychic?July 28th, 2009
Jennifer Aniston thinks she is psychic according to one associate.
Team Inspects Haunted KU HouseJuly 28th, 2009
From the outside, the Sigma Nu fraternity house at the University of Kansas looks peaceful.But even with the fraternity members gone for the summer and the house empty, some say there are noises in the old house that aren’t normal.
Is It Possible to Create a Ghost?July 28th, 2009
Speculations and opinions about ghosts abound in most countries. In the early 1970’s a Canadian group tried to come in contact with a spirit by the name of Philip. Philip, however, was not a disembodied ghost but an experiment conducted by the Toronto Society of Psychical Research.
Sleep Paralysis and the ParanormalJuly 28th, 2009
A columnist answers the letter of a reader asking about the connection of the interaction of negative spirits or beings with that of sleep paralysis.
DJ Gets Microwave SensitivityJuly 27th, 2009
Approx. 2% of the human population has become electro-sensitive from the damaging effects of microwave radiation. Now that a famous DJ suffers from it perhaps more people will pay attention to the hazard.
Brits Sued for Role in Torture of Innocent ManJuly 27th, 2009
Mohammed Saad Iqbal Madni was kidnapped and tortured by the U.S. & UK for no reason and ultimately released without charge after 6 years of hell.
Warning Labels Demanded on Hot Dog PackagesJuly 27th, 2009
New Jersey residents are suing manufacturers to force them to put warning labels on hot dogs, products which are widely known to be toxic garbage that causes cancer.
The Whoppers Behind WOPRJuly 27th, 2009
The evil psychos in Washington are determined to destroy what little remains of America’s old-growth forests. So far, there is no one willing to stop them.
Govt. Infiltrator ExposedJuly 27th, 2009
Environmental and peace groups are frequently infiltrated and setup by government agencies. In Olympia, Washington one of the infiltrators has been identified and exposed for what he is.
Finally – Mayors of Hoboken, Secaucus, Several Rabbis ArrestedJuly 27th, 2009
The mayors of Hoboken, Ridgefield and Secaucus, New Jersey, and several rabbis are among 44 people charged in a corruption and money-laundering operation.
Babies Understand Dogs, Study FindsJuly 27th, 2009
New research shows babies have a handle on the meaning of different dog barks – despite little or no previous exposure to dogs. Infants just 6 months old can match the sounds of an angry snarl and a friendly yap to photos of dogs displaying threatening and welcoming body language.
Nanotube Help Inspect Bridge Damage QuicklyJuly 27th, 2009
Engineers developed a spray or paint that coats bridges with carbon nanotubes, allowing inspectors to check for damages without depending on visual indications; alerting inspectors to a damage smaller than what human eyes can see.
Wasps Trained to Act Like Sniffing DogsJuly 27th, 2009
If rewarded with sugary water, wasps can be trained in minutes to follow specific smells. The olfactory sensors in their antennae can sense chemicals in the air in concentrations as tiny as a few parts per billion. Wasps could be cost-effective helpers in searching for explosives, toxic chemicals, and even fungi on crops.
West Coast At Risk Of Huge Pacific TsunamiJuly 27th, 2009
The potential for a huge Pacific Ocean tsunami on the West Coast of America may be greater than previously thought, according to a new study of geological evidence along the Gulf of Alaska coast.
Sea Urchins’ Genetics Key to Certain DiseasesJuly 27th, 2009
Researchers are using the sea urchins to study and understand diseases like cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and muscular dystrophy. With a complete map of their DNA, scientists can learn how to treat and prevent diseases in humans better.
Treasury Can’t Tell Where Bailout Money WentJuly 21st, 2009
Treasury can’t tell where bailout money went, because “money given to a bank is like water poured into an ocean.”
Bill Outlawing Anti-israel Protest Nears ApprovalJuly 21st, 2009
Legislation that Israel’s Arab citizens fear could limit their freedom of speech came a step closer on Sunday to becoming law.
U.S. Should Print its Own MoneyJuly 21st, 2009
The actions of the Federal Reserve have reminded many that the U.S. should be in control of its own money supply and print its own money, just like other countries do and not borrow its money from a private bank which is not accountable to the American people.
Big Pharma Bribes Doctors to Hook Kids on DrugsJuly 21st, 2009
Americans must start to question the legitimacy of the exploitative pharmaceutical-industrial complex and the predatory people atop them.
Toilet Water Used to Track Drug UseJuly 20th, 2009
Oregon is testing sewer water to track illegal drug usage.
Religious Fascism Takes Hold of IrelandJuly 20th, 2009
Question any religion in Ireland and you could be targeted by a SWAT team, go to jail and face a hefty fine.
Drug Maker Baxter Set to Make a KillingJuly 20th, 2009
Flu vaccine makers can no longer be held accountable for the ill-effects of their vaccines. The Spanish Flu of 1918 was caused by vaccines.
The Placebo PresidentJuly 20th, 2009
The political placebo is wearing off for many Americans as they realize that “change” and “hope” were merely ad slogans. Perhaps they should sue for ‘false advertising’.
Honduras and the Big StickJuly 20th, 2009
Americans should pay close attention to what is happening in Honduras and demand that America cease its subversion of democracy and support of criminal military dictatorships.
Switzerland Ends Internet PrivacyJuly 20th, 2009
Starting August 1, all Internet & Telephone usage in Switzerland is recorded and monitored, just like in China and other totalitarian countries.
Brutal Repression in HondurasJuly 20th, 2009
Humans rights abuses have been rampant under the U.S. backed military dictatorship in Honduras.
$23.7 Trillion to be Stolen from U.S. TaxpayersJuly 20th, 2009
U.S. taxpayers may be on the hook for as much as $23.7 trillion to bolster the economy and bail out financial companies, said Neil Barofsky, special inspector general for the Treasury’s Troubled Asset Relief Program.
U.S. Not Supporting Democracy in HondurasJuly 20th, 2009
The Whitehouse says one thing while behind the scenes it is doing something completely different. In regards to Honduras it is business-as-usual.
Legal Immunity Set for Swine Flu Vaccine MakersJuly 19th, 2009
The last time the government embarked on a major vaccine campaign against a new swine flu, thousands filed claims contending they suffered side effects from the shots. This time, the government has already taken steps to head that off.
CIA Backed War Criminal Charles TaylorJuly 19th, 2009
The psycho killer/former Liberian dictator Charles Taylor, has revealed how the CIA released him from US prison and backed his genocidal campaigns.
US Hospital Sues CSL for Price FixingJuly 17th, 2009
A SMALL, publicly owned hospital in the US state of Missouri has launched a class action lawsuit against Australia’s biggest health-care company, CSL, and its main rival, Baxter International, claiming a conspiracy to fix the prices of life-saving blood plasma products.
Stimulus Little or No Effect So FarJuly 17th, 2009
The debate over whether the $787 billion stimulus package is sufficiently large or efficiently designed obscures a broader question, some economists say: Can any fiscal measure pull the economy out of the recession?
Demoncrats Abandon the EnvironmentJuly 17th, 2009
The Democratic party has shown its true colors and they are not green.
Israel to Conduct War Excercises off Calif. CoastJuly 17th, 2009
Israel will soon be testing its missles off the California coast. The missles are built by Israel with U.S. tax money.
Another Alaska Forest to be DestroyedJuly 17th, 2009
Feds have approved the destruction of a roadless area of Alaska’s Tongass National Forest. The area was an important watershed and one of the few areas not already decimated by clear-cutting. Taxpayers will foot part of the bill.
Embattled Organic Sector Worries About RegulationJuly 17th, 2009
New ‘food safety’ laws are in reality designed to force small and organic producers out of business while making the food supply much less safe.
Aid Convoy Finally Allowed into GazaJuly 16th, 2009
A Viva Palestina convoy with 200 Americans carrying desperately needed aid for Palestinian children was finally allowed by Israel and it minions in Egypt to enter Gaza. This is after Israel attacked an aid ship and kidnapped its crew and passengers that were trying to deliver aid.
Alaskan Victim of 1918 Flu Yields Sample of Killer VirusJuly 15th, 2009
A specimen of the influenza virus that killed 21 million people in the 1918 worldwide epidemic has been recovered from the frozen remains of a flu victim buried in Alaska.
Israeli Firms Accused of Profiting Off Holocaust: Families Battle for Assets in CourtJuly 15th, 2009
Analysts said the bank’s role is only the tip of an iceberg in which Israeli companies and state bodies could be found to have withheld billions of dollars invested by Holocaust victims in the country — dwarfing the high-profile reparations payouts from such European countries as Switzerland.
Vitamin D, Curcumin May Help Clear Amyloid Plaques Found in Alzheimer’s DiseaseJuly 15th, 2009
UCLA scientists and colleagues from UC Riverside and the Human BioMolecular Research Institute have found that a form of vitamin D, together with a chemical found in turmeric spice called curcumin, may help stimulate the immune system to clear the brain of amyloid beta, which forms the plaques considered the hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease.
No Honest Investigation Into Accidental Global Release of Spanish Flu VirusJuly 15th, 2009
What if a terrorist acquired a deadly strain of influenza that had killed millions of people in the past? What if that terrorist were able to replicate that virus, obtain the names and addresses of organizations all around the world, and distribute it across the world?
A Death Shrouded By War, MysteryJuly 15th, 2009
One morning this past June, Ciara Durkin sat at her computer at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan and wrote a chilling e-mail to a friend in Massachusetts.
Israeli Military Whistleblowers SuppressedJuly 15th, 2009
An organization formed by Israeli soldiers called “Breaking the Silence” has challenged Israel with the truth about its war crimes.
Global Warming – Best Predictions May Be WrongJuly 15th, 2009
No one knows exactly how much Earth’s climate will warm due to carbon emissions, but a new study suggests scientists’ best predictions about global warming could be way off.
Trillionaire Queen Begs for More CashJuly 15th, 2009
The royal family of Britain owns a large part of the world and has assets worth trillions, yet, British taxpayers foot the bill for the Queen & Co.’s lavish lifestyle.
Former Insider Shatters Credibility of Military CommissionsJuly 15th, 2009
America’s kangaroo courts are exposed for what they are by Lt. Col. Darrel Vandeveld.
Good-Bye GMJuly 15th, 2009
The real reason for GM’s demise, by Michael Moore.
Tolkien Heirs Still Seek Cash From Lord of the Rings MoviesJuly 15th, 2009
Despite earning record profits from the “Lord of the Rings” movies, Time Warner has refused to pay any royalties to the author’s heirs and uses ‘Hollywood’ book-keeping to conceal profits.
The Assassination BureauJuly 15th, 2009
The CIA has long terrorized the rest of the world and the recent airing of misdeeds does nothing to address its continued crimes against humanity.
Injections of Soil Bacteria Make Mice HappyJuly 14th, 2009
Researchers of a study published in the May 11, 2007 issue of Neuroscience discovered that injections of a soil bacterium, Mycobacterium vaccae, produce serotonin—and happiness—in mice.
Iranian Consumers Boycott Nokia for ‘collaboration’July 14th, 2009
The mobile phone company Nokia is being hit by a growing economic boycott in Iran as consumers sympathetic to the post-election protest movement begin targeting a string of companies deemed to be collaborating with the regime.
Sunken Treasure HuntJuly 14th, 2009
Cash-strapped Spain has ordered its navy to look for huge gold reserves that were lost at sea in the 16th century. Gold bullion and silver treasure worth an estimated £85 billion – the size of the nation’s current budget shortfall – lies on the sea bed off the coast of southern Spain.
A New Monetary System to come. Will Gold Have a Role?July 14th, 2009
After raising the issue of a new global reserve currency and only finding some verbal support from France’s President Sarkozy the issue of replacing the $ with another or other currencies was put firmly on the table at the G-8 conference this week. The issue, while acknowledged, was not treated seriously, we believe a major error on the part of the G-8!
Computer Attack May Not Have Originated in North Korea After AllJuly 14th, 2009
Evidence has surfaced that the denial-of-service attacks that crippled dozens of U.S. and South Korean web sites last week may not have been perpetrated by North Korea, as widely surmised.
Death Squads and US DemocracyJuly 14th, 2009
The revelation that the CIA initiated a covert program, apparently involving assassinations, and kept it secret from the US Congress on the orders of Vice President Dick Cheney marks a deepening of the crisis in the American state apparatus and an indication of the degeneration of democratic processes within the US.
Afghanistan: Our Troops Are Giving Their Lives To Safeguard a Rigged ElectionJuly 14th, 2009
All wars have anthems for doomed youth. Afghanistan is no exception. At a memorial service yesterday, senior officers paid tribute to the eight British soldiers who died in the worst day of attrition since the Falklands.
Journalist Fired Over Flu Pandemic LawsuitJuly 14th, 2009
An Austrian journalist, Jane Bürgermeister, who recently filed criminal charges with the FBI against the World Health Organization, the United Nations, and several high ranking government and corporate officials concerning bioterrorism, has been fired from her job.
US-Colombian Death Squads ConfessJuly 14th, 2009
US financed and trained right-wing death squads have confessed to murdering over 21,000 while almost 250,000 cases have been reported.
The Alzheimer’s Epidemic Gains SpeedJuly 14th, 2009
The number of people affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia is growing at an epidemic pace, and the skyrocketing financial and personal costs will devastate the world’s economies and healthcare systems.
A New Generation of Farmers EmergesJuly 14th, 2009
A new crop of small-scale farmers is sprouting to supply the booming market for organic produce.
Pesticides Linked To Parkinson’s DiseaseJuly 14th, 2009
Another great reason to eat only organic food – certain pesticides have been shown to increase the chances of getting Parkinson’s disease.
Brits, Not North Koreans Behind Internet AttacksJuly 14th, 2009
Recent attacks that took down some popular web sites in the US and South Korea were likely carried out from computers in the UK, not North Korea as claimed.
Climate Change Will Cause Civilisation to Collapse?July 13th, 2009
A new 6,700 page report with contributions from 2,700 scientists paints a very bleak future but may also offer some solutions.
You’ve Been Lied To Again – Fish Oil is NOT HealthyJuly 13th, 2009
There is a plethora of disinformation about fish oil being a requirement for good health and a result many people are needlessly endangering their health and the planet.
Bugs and Birds Missing in Some Northern StatesJuly 13th, 2009
On a recent drive across the Northern U.S. the lack of insects and birds was shocking and frightening.
New Reports of Massive Criminality By U.S. GovernmentJuly 13th, 2009
The crimes committed by Bush and Cheney are being trotted out by mass media as a way to distract the American people from the crimes being committed by the current govt.
Obama to Investigate Bush War Crimes But Not His OwnJuly 13th, 2009
The white house will be conducting an investigation into some of the mass murders in Afghanistan carried out under Bush but not those committed by Obama.
Cats Manipulate Humans With Special PurrJuly 13th, 2009
Cat owners may have suspected as much, but it seems our feline friends have found an effective way to manipulate us humans.
Scientists Zero In on Earth’s Original AnimalJuly 13th, 2009
Sea sponges have been thought by some scientists to be the most primitive living animals, the closest living things to approximate Earth’s original animal, down at the base of the tree of life for the animal kingdom.
Russians Order Flight Changes, After Massive Magnetic Shift Downs Airliners…July 12th, 2009
Reports say that “geomagnetic storms” are emanating from the boundaries of the African Tectonic Plate, and that due to their intensity, have caused the loss of two major passenger aircraft during the past month leaving nearly 300 men, women and children dead.
Watching Whales Watching UsJuly 12th, 2009
Earlier instances of mass whale strandings on Canary Islands beaches were blamed on exercises by naval vessels. This time, scientists radioed a research ship dragging an array of powerful underwater air guns that were repeatedly set off the previous morning in the course of ocean floor seismic testing.
Governor Lingle’s Medical Marijuana Veto: See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No EvilJuly 12th, 2009
Gov. Linda Lingle has vetoed SB 1058, an exploratory legislation seeking to establish a task force to examine crucial issues surrounding Hawaii’s medical marijuana law; however, Gov. Lingle has for the second year in a row snubbed patients by vetoing this legislation after it passed both chambers of the state legislature by overwhelming margins.
Drones Hardly Ever Kill Bad GuysJuly 12th, 2009
The foreign policy community’s favorite counterinsurgency adviser told lawmakers last week that the drone strikes targeting Al Qaeda and Taliban fighters in Pakistan are creating enemies at a far faster rate than its killing them. Just 2 percent have hit targeted militants. The other 98 percent are killed noncombatant Pakistani civilians.
Afghans Turn To Taliban in Fear of Own PoliceJuly 12th, 2009
U.S. and British troops have launched a campaign to seize control of Helmand province to restore Afghan government institutions. But as they advance, they are learning uncomfortable facts about their local allies: villagers say the government’s police force was so brutal and corrupt that they welcomed the Taliban as liberators.
Immigrant Drug Informant Goes Public After Getting Denied of Legal ResidencyJuly 12th, 2009
A 43-year-old Salvadoran hoped his knowledge of drug trafficking, which helped a task force build drug cases four years ago, might earn him legal status in this country. Instead, the federal government is moving to deport him — a development he believes is a sure death sentence, because of the prominence of those he’s helped convict.
Social Networking Site Accused of ID TheftJuly 10th, 2009
Go online and you never know. Never know, that is, if something nasty is going to happen. Consider one Web site that may have duped millions of people.
DeMint: America is ‘Where Germany Was Before World War II’July 10th, 2009
Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) said part of what we’re trying to do in “Saving Freedom” is just show that where we are, we’re about where Germany was before World War II where they became a social democracy.
Robert McNamara Deceived LBJ on Gulf of Tonkin, Documents ShowJuly 10th, 2009
Official government documents reveal new side of defense secretary’s legacy.
Former Teen Hacker’s Suicide Linked to TJX ProbeJuly 10th, 2009
A Miami man who achieved fame as a teenager for hacking NASA and the Pentagon took his own life last year after Secret Service agents accused him of being part of the conspiracy responsible for the largest identity theft in U.S. history, his family says.
The Sun Has Spots, FinallyJuly 9th, 2009
After one of the longest sunspot droughts in modern times, solar activity picked up quickly over the weekend.
Banks Own the US GovernmentJuly 9th, 2009
Last month, when the US Congress failed to pass a bankruptcy reform measure that would have allowed home mortgages to be modified in bankruptcy, senator Dick Durbin succinctly commented: “The banks own the place.” That seems pretty clear.
Bush Exaggerated Fire Risk in Owl Habitat to Favor LoggingJuly 9th, 2009
The Bush administration made “greatly exaggerated claims” about the severity of wildland fire in the 2008 Recovery Plan for the Northern Spotted Owl, according to new research published Monday.
The Organic Monopoly and the Myth of ‘Natural’ FoodsJuly 9th, 2009
Walk down the aisles of any Whole Foods Market and you will see row after row of attractively displayed, but mostly non-organic “natural” (i.e. conventional) foods and products. By marketing sleight of hand, these conventional foods and other products become “natural” or “almost organic” (and overpriced) in the Whole Foods setting.
Democrats Say CIA Deceived Congress for YearsJuly 9th, 2009
The director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Leon E. Panetta, has told the House Intelligence Committee in closed-door testimony that the C.I.A. concealed “significant actions” from Congress from 2001 until late last month, seven Democratic committee members said.
UNESCO: US Seriously Damaged Historic BabylonJuly 9th, 2009
U.S. troops and contractors in Iraq inflicted serious damage on Babylon, driving heavy machinery over sacred paths, bulldozing hilltops and digging trenches through one of the world’s greatest archaeological sites, experts for UNESCO said Thursday.
“Hitler’s Stealth Fighter” Re-createdJuly 9th, 2009
Top stealth-plane experts have re-created a radical, nearly forgotten Nazi aircraft: the Horten 2-29, a retro-futuristic fighter that arrived too late in World War II to make it into mass production.
Artificial Sperm Cells From Stem Cells CreatedJuly 9th, 2009
Scientists have achieved a major breakthrough in making sperm-like cells from human embryonic stem cells.
“MISSING LINK” FOUND: New Fossil Links Humans, Lemurs?July 8th, 2009
The fossil, paleontologist Jorn Hurum says, bridges the evolutionary split between higher primates such as monkeys, apes, and humans and their more distant relatives such as lemurs.
ASTROLOGY REPORT FOR JULY/AUGUST 2009 By Dorene A. CarrelJuly 2nd, 2009
The months of July and August are energized by a trio of powerful planetary eclipses. July also features an Aquarian planetary line-up and a super moon. In August, the lunar nodes change signs. As the solar energy shifts from Cancer to Leo, our focus expands from nurturing self and others to creative expression and recreation.
A U.S. Soldier’s Refusal to be a War CriminalJuly 1st, 2009
War crimes can only occur as long as soldiers are willing to participate. Some brave U.S. soldiers are refusing to participate in America’s illegal and immoral war on the people of Iraq.
July NewsletterJuly 1st, 2009
The fig tree in my backyard is trying it’s best to come through the window in my studio, each time I open the window. It is a most amazing thing, I can literally watch it… the fig tree… reaching for the window seal. The process all takes place within a few minutes.