The Destruction Of Atlantis -Michael Tsarion

"The Destruction Of Atlantis
Was Atlantis A Center Of Advanced Civilization?"

· Michael Tsarion ·
Step out of the matrix and examine Tsarion's research deep into man's history. Asking questions that your Religion does not want to discuss, and finding answers that science cannot explain.

Humans 2.0: Replacing the Mind and Body

Recent breakthroughs in bionics and lab-grown body parts — along with news last month that a Swiss research team aims to recreate the intricacies of the human brain within a decade — show science is rapidly creating many of the parts needed to build a fully functional human almost from scratch.
The Holy Grail of artificial body parts is the brain, the convoluted workings of which science is just beginning to unravel.
Other researchers are unlocking secrets of the brain that could allow for biochips that replace certain functions, at least. The sex chip, for example, is nearing readiness and would stimulate orgasms at the push of a button.
"It is not impossible to build a human brain and we can do it in 10 years," Henry Markram, who leads the Blue Brain project, told the BBC.
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Change you can freak out about

by Mark Morford
This is the amazing thing about rabid global economic recessions combined with volatile environmental collapses combined with a tasty national identity crisis combined with a truly historic, revolutionary president combined with a gnawing sense that our species might not be long for this world after all combined with the overwhelming sense that something, somewhere, something big and meaty and interesting and maybe even profoundly and butt-shakingly unexpected, has got to give.
This is the feeling: anything can happen. Nearly every day in this New Millennium Wonderland, we are swarmed by distressing, heartbreaking tales of woe and hardship and layoff, only to spin right around and read about something positive and uplifting and innovative emerging from it all, some unanticipated, rise-from-the-ashes kind of thing that whipsaws your perspective and pinches the nipples of your worldview.
Here's the really delightful part: Between those two extremes lies an even more intriguing and juicy category, stories and ideas that fall somewhere in between heartbreaking and hopeful, tales we can't quite categorize or define as good or bad, right or wrong, liberal or conservative, hard or soft, sweet or sour, sacred or profane, spit or swallow just yet.
And why? Well, partly because the ideas they contain have yet to fully sort themselves out, but mostly it's because, by and large, we as a culture have never really been here before, never in this exact spot in time and circumstance, with this particular set of traumas and dramas and apocalypse and opportunity, and therefore have no idea what many of these grand social notions -- economy, health, gender, God, capitalism -- all really mean anymore.
(Not that we ever really did, I realize, but our massive, bloated, BS-happy Greatest Generation ego sure led us to believe we did. How cute we were!)
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Henges: Stonehenge, Woodhenge, Avebury & Stanton Drew


Crop Circles -2009 Update- Nº 59

[Formation Nº 59 @ Waden Hill - nr Avebury, Wiltshire - reported July 31, 2009]

Benjamin Fulford Blog -8.3.2009

·Will the Pope confess to world leaders?
Prime Minister Taro Aso is Catholic and part of the 3% of the Japanese population that is Christian.
The question is, will the Pope tell them the truth about how the Catholic Church is actually run by a sun-worshipping Egyptian priesthood that believes in reincarnation? Will he also confess that Christianity was an artificially concocted form of mind-control designed to rebind the masses? (The word Religion comes from the Latin re-ligare or to rebind). Will he also explain that Jesus Christ was a freemason who studied in India and China, and how most of his writings are kept secret from the masses? Will he also admit that Jesus was killed by the Romans because he led a slave revolt against Roman tyranny? I[BF] doubt it, but you never know...
[Source: benjaminfulford.typepad.com]
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