It Wasn't Muslims...

[It's about 9/11, and it's very -very- thorough...]
Take Our World Back!
This site [www.takeourworldback.com] is anti-war, anti-deception, anti-crime, pro-liberty, and dedicated to establishing the reality behind the subterfuge. We present compelling evidence that a ruthless, highly-organized, crooked cabal has achieved substantial influence over governments and the mainstream media, with the ultimate goal of establishing a global dictatorship.
The symptoms are only too apparent: wars based on a pack of lies; terror attacks riddled with anomalies and blamed on an ever-elusive enemy; the paring away of national sovereignties; regular tax increases with nothing positive to show for it; an inexorable trend towards authoritarian government; political correctness gone mad; a continuous real-time Stalinesque rewriting of history and a preponderance of spin over substance; corrupt leaders who get away with almost anything; declining education ... the list goes on.
These events are no accident, or unintended consequence of government inefficiency; they are by design. The decent, conscientious majority of all races and faiths must stand shoulder to shoulder in wresting back control of our nations and our futures from this corrupt clique, and the associated motley bunch of knaves, cretins, flunkeys and parasites. Their power base is a fragile house of cards, built upon a foundation of myths. Expose the myths to a critical mass and the whole rotten edifice will come crumbling down. Time is fast running out, but we do have one great asset. When they conceived their brilliant, diabolical Machiavellian programme for world domination, the crime syndicate failed to foresee the rise of the internet. We must not waste this opportunity, there may never be a better chance to rekindle the flames of liberty and justice without great bloodshed.
It Wasn't Muslims...
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Violet Flame 2010

How to Play the HAARP: Curriculum 101

What a maze-solving oil drop tells us of intelligence

DYED pink and doped with acid, the small, inanimate drop of oil is deposited at the entrance to the maze - and immediately sets off towards the exit. A few minutes later, it emerges at the other end.
No one would equate this apparently astonishing problem-solving with intelligence. But new theories on human intelligence and the brain suggest the simple molecular processes governing the oil droplet's apparently smart behaviour may be fundamentally similar to those that govern how we act.

A decade ago Toshiyuki Nakagaki, now at Hokkaido University in Sapporo, Japan, reported that the slime mould Physarum polycephalum could negotiate a maze to reach food at the exit. Boldly, his team wrote in Nature: "this implies that cellular materials can show a primitive intelligence".
Now Bartosz Grzybowski, a chemist at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, has shown that a simple oil droplet floating on top of an aqueous solution can also navigate a complex maze - in this case to reach an acid-soaked lump of gel at the exit.
So why does the dumb droplet appear to be moving in an intelligent way? The answer is all around us, says Clark. The aqueous environment surrounding the droplet is structured to such a high degree by the pH gradient that it makes the dumb droplet appear smart. "It's a neat demonstration of just how much problem-solving punch you can get from a minimal internal structure in a nicely enabling environment."
Humans rely on the same trick, says Clark. It forms the basis of the extended mind theory, which Clark and David Chalmers, now at the Australian National University in Canberra, proposed in the late 1990s. They say the division between mind and environment is less rigid than previously thought; the mind uses information within the environment as an extension of itself.

Royal Society meet to discuss if extra-terrestrials are here on Earth

Royal Society meet to discuss if extra-terrestrials are here on Earth - www.timesonline.co.uk
Paul Davies, a physicist at Arizona State University, will suggest tomorrow that the search for extra-terrestrial life should be focused right under our noses. His audience will include representatives from Nasa, the European Space Agency and the UN Office for Outer Space Affairs, while Lord Rees, President of the Royal Society and Astronomer Royal, will also lead one of the sessions.
Addressing the meeting to mark the 50th anniversary of the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) programme — a quest that has fallen far short of its objectives — Professor Davies will argue that demonstrating that life has appeared more than once on Earth would be the best evidence yet that it must exist elsewhere in the Universe.
According to Professor Davies, "weird" microbes that belong to a completely separate tree of life, dubbed the "shadow biosphere", could be present in isolated ecological niches in which ordinary life struggles to survive. Likely hiding places include deserts, scalding volcanic vents, the dry valleys of Antartica or salt-saturated lakes.
The conference will also address the social implications of the search for alien life. Albert Harrison, from the University of California, Davis, will discuss how human beings might respond to the discovery of extraterrestrial intelligence.
"It is easy to imagine scenarios resulting in widespread psychological disintegration and social chaos, but historical prototypes, reactions to false alarms and survey results, suggest that the predominant response to the discovery of a microwave transmission from light years away is likely to be equanimity, perhaps even delight."


- Is there anybody out there?
- The eerie silence: are we alone in the universe?

Everything is OK on the New York Subway

What 'skeptics' really believe about vaccines, medicine, consciousness and the universe

Narrowmindedness - www.naturalnews.com
[Skeptics' Narrowminded View...]
In the world of medicine, "skeptics" claim to be the sole protectors of intellectual truth. Everyone who disagrees with them is just a quack, they insist. Briefly stated, "skeptics" are in favor of vaccines, mammograms, pharmaceuticals and chemotherapy. They are opponents of nutritional supplements, herbal medicine, chiropractic care, massage therapy, energy medicine, homeopathy, prayer and therapeutic touch.
But there's much more that you need to know about "skeptics." As you'll see below, they themselves admit they have no consciousness and that there is no such thing as a soul, a spirit or a higher power. There is no life after death. In fact, there's not much life in life when you're a skeptic.
This information was pulled from various "skeptic" websites:
  • Skeptics believe that ALL vaccines are safe and effective (even if they've never been tested), that ALL people should be vaccinated, even against their will, and that there is NO LIMIT to the number of vaccines a person can be safely given.
  • Skeptics believe that fluoride chemicals derived from the scrubbers of coal-fired power plants are really good for human health.
  • Skeptics believe that people of all ages can be safely given an unlimited number of drugs all at the same time: Antidepressants, cholesterol drugs, blood pressure drugs, diabetes drugs, anti-anxiety drugs, sleeping drugs and more -- simultaneously!
  • Skeptics believe that the human body has no ability to defend itself against invading microorganism.
  • Skeptics believe that pregnancy is a disease and childbirth is a medical crisis. (They are opponents of natural childbirth.)
  • Skeptics believe that DEAD foods have exactly the same nutritional properties as LIVING foods.
  • Skeptics believe that all the phytochemicals and nutrients found in ALL plants are inert.
  • Skeptics believe that pesticides on the crops are safe, genetically modified foods are safe, and that any chemical food additive approved by the FDA is also safe.
  • Skeptics believe that water has no role in human health other than basic hydration.
  • Skeptics believe that there is no such thing as human consciousness.
  • Skeptics do not believe in hypnosis.

[...and the aftermath...]

- 'Skeptics' article stirs up condemnation from skeptics, praise from holistic thinkers
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New Zealand's UFO Papers to be Made Public

· New Zealand's Disclosure.
UFO stories in 'The Press' from early January 1979 - www.stuff.co.nz

Secret Files
Stories in The Press, from early January 1979,
show that the air force had a Skyhawk readied to
investigate UFO sightings following the mysterious lights
which appeared over Kaikoura days before.

Hundreds of pages of secret files on New Zealand UFO sightings will be released by the military this year.

The files include reports of UFO sightings from 1979 to 1984 and references to the Kaikoura sighting of December 1978.
The files are held by Archives New Zealand and were to have been made public this month, but the Defence Force is removing personal information from them to comply with the Privacy Act.
"At the moment we are working on making copies of these files, minus the personal information," a Defence Force spokeswoman said. "Once this work is completed, we are hoping to be able to release a copy of all the UFO files, including some ahead of their release time, within the year."