Thursday, June 30, 2011

6/30 defcon: copywrong, dislike, discoveries

leaked: uk copyright lobby holds closed-door meetings with govt to discuss national web-censorship regime*
leaked: uk copyright lobby holds closed-door meetings with govt to discuss national web-censorship regime
terrorists terrorised: al qaeda hacked*
scotus term in review: it's a mixed bag*
as hulu flirts, comcast must stay mum*
facebook 10th most hated company in US*
news corp. on verge of myspace sale*
judge: google can be sued for wiretapping in street view debacle*
kkr - kohlberg, kravis, roberts - to buy top web hosting/domain registrar 'go daddy'; but who is kkr?*
scientists discover most distant quasar known to exist*

super emp remains instant kill shot threat

super emp remains instant kill shot threat
An Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) from a high altitude nuclear detonation over the United States, remains an instant kill shot threat that can stop our country cold in its tracks. A recent newsmax.com article, "North Korea Tests 'Super-EMP' Nuke," corrects widely-reported erroneous conclusion a 2009 test was a failure. "North Korea’s last round of tests, conducted in May 2009, appear to have included a ‘super-EMP’ weapon, capable of emitting enough gamma rays to disable the electric power grid across most of the lower 48 states, says Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, a former CIA nuclear weapons analyst and president of EMPact America, a citizens lobbying group...North Korea’s nuclear tests have been dismissed as failures by some analysts because of their low explosive yield. But Dr. Pry believes they bore the 'signature' of the Russian-designed 'super-EMP' weapon, capable of emitting more gamma radiation than a 25-megaton nuclear weapon." This news item is disconcerting because average citizens will be in the dark unable to verify EMP source. An event knocking out the nation's power grid can be blamed just as easily on a solar event. Please take a few moments to raise your awareness by listening to Dr Pry on EMPact Radio. EMP is a very real danger!

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

gundersen: water intake bldg most critical at ft calhoun plant

Arnie Gundersen raises awareness of nuclear plant operations, single-handedly, with his online videos. Gundersen points out in a WBAI interview a small water intake building with primary role in keeping nuclear materials cool, may be most critical factor at Fort Calhoun? Nuclear materials must be kept cool at all times and reality not lost on this nuclear industry executive. The importance of outside observations cannot be understated with nuclear energy. Tom Burnett, another expert, observes most recent pictures of Fort Calhoun disappear off the net, an indication of efforts to withhold information from the public. The pictures of Fort Calhoun nuclear plant pumping water like a shipping ship, are not comforting. You must also wonder about the burst aqua berm over the weekend? Was it a nefarious act or another in an endless stream of supposed mishaps or incompetence? The present writer doesn't buy it's always an innocent mistake!

end of sumer 2024 bc

end of sumer 2024 bc
A contentious co-existence between warring Annunaki clans descended from Enki and Enlil, came to an ironic and fateful end in 2024BC. Civilization literally fled Sumer in a race against deadly nuclear fallout. Enki's son, Marduk, threatened to control all the spaceports on Earth, an intolerable situation for Enlilites (Enlil's clan). In Sitchin student Sasha Lessin's Essay 41, "Sumer Dies; Marduk & Babylon Prevail". "In 2024BC, Nergal and Ninurta carried out Earth's first nuclear attack. Purpose of the attack: stop advance of Marduk and his son, Nabu, on the Sinai Spaceport. Enlil and the Anunnaki Council on Earth had ordered the attack; only Marduk's father Enki dissented..."

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

hackers take down mastercard for a second time

hackers take down mastercard for a second time
from raw story: The website of credit card provider MasterCard was taken offline Tuesday morning, apparently due to hacker activists trying to make a statement about the financial blockade of anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks.

MasterCard, along with Visa, PayPal, Bank of America and Western Union, have all decided to withhold funds from WikiLeaks, and the site placed their resulting losses at nearly $15 million. They took the drastic action after the site began releasing U.S. diplomatic cables allegedly turned over to them by a lone U.S. Army private.

When MasterCard first announced it was cutting off WikiLeaks back in December, hackers with the protest group Anonymous took their site offline and stopped MasterCard transactions for at least several hours. Visa, PayPal and Bank of America were also targeted by similar attacks and saw their website services interrupted, but did not lose the ability to process transactions.

MasterCard's site outage Tuesday morning comes just one week after WikiLeaks released a promotional video in the style of MasterCard's "Priceless" advertising campaign. It urges viewers to learn more about the site's ongoing battle with the financial world, and to support their work.

Tuesday's hack was announced from a Twitter account that did not appear to be directly related to Anonymous or the now infamous "LulzSec" group, and almost immediately repeated by the official WikiLeaks account. MasterCard's site had returned at time of this story's publication.

Monday, June 27, 2011

los alamos fire: cover for black op?

los alamos fire: cover for black op?
Is the nuclear genie out of the bottle at Los Alamos National Laboratory? An Intel Hub article, "Los Alamos Fire: Perfect Cover For Nuclear False Flag Operation," challenges our politically correct programming with what writers believe, "one has to suspend all normal modes of thinking and understand that the individuals with power behind the 9/11 False Flag Attack on September 11, 2001 don’t think like you and me. These are evil minded individuals without conscience, without boundaries of moral and civil behavior." Any casual observer would admit the number of unfortunate incidents are climbing. The writers put their suppositions in print, "Is the Los Alamos Fire going to be used as a cover for a Black Op to seize Nuclear Materials that might be used in or on an American city in the near future? Are the Supercomputing Systems at Los Alamos the target of a Computer Software Hack to enable remote control? Would such a thing be impossible, given that no-one is currently at Los Alamos?" There is, also, an informative link to a 2004 NPR program, discussing safety risks of nuclear materials storage and results of mock drills! The writers are asking good questions and readers may draw their own conclusions.

power-grid experiment could confuse electric clocks

power-grid experiment could confuse electric clocks
from ap: A yearlong experiment with America's electric grid could mess up traffic lights, security systems and some computers — and make plug-in clocks and appliances like programmable coffeemakers run up to 20 minutes fast. "A lot of people are going to have things break and they're not going to know why," said Demetrios Matsakis, head of the time service department at the U.S. Naval Observatory, one of two official timekeeping agencies in the federal government. Since 1930, electric clocks have kept time based on the rate of the electrical current that powers them. If the current slips off its usual rate, clocks run a little fast or slow. Power companies now take steps to correct it and keep the frequency of the current — and the time — as precise as possible. The group that oversees the U.S. power grid is proposing an experiment that would allow more frequency variation than it does now without corrections, according to a company presentation obtained by The Associated Press. Officials say they want to try this to make the power supply more reliable, save money and reduce what may be needless efforts. The test is tentatively set to start in mid-July, but that could change. Tweaking the power grid's frequency is expensive and takes a lot of effort, said Joe McClelland, head of electric reliability for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. "Is anyone using the grid to keep track of time?" McClelland said. "Let's see if anyone complains if we eliminate it."

Sunday, June 26, 2011

flood wall collapses at ft calhoun nuclear reactor

flood wall collapses at ft calhoun nuclear reactor
An ancillary flood wall collapsed in early hours of Sunday morning at the Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant. A news article at Omaha.com reported, "the 2,000-foot berm collapsed about 1:25 a.m. Sunday due to 'onsite activities,' OPPD officials said... Floodwater surrounded the nuclear plant's main electrical transformers after the Aqua Dam, a water-filled tubular levee, collapsed, and power was transferred to emergency diesel generators. OPPD officials said the transfer was precautionary because of water leaking around the concrete berm surrounding the main transformers." Apparently, the berm was inadvertently punctured in the course of ongoing work at the plant. The article informs in a calm tone, "water now surrounds the auxiliary and containment buildings, which are designed to handle flooding up to 1,014 feet above sea level. The river is at 1,006.3 feet and isn't forecast to exceed 1,008 feet." Another disaster successfully averted at the Nebraska power plant. One more article at the same site advises, "Flooding: The worst is yet to come". The Flood of 2011 on the Missouri will make for a long summer in Nebraska. The Army Corps of Engineers has a Riverwatch 2011 page to post current water levels along the Missouri. The early Sunday incident reminds us a crisis could quickly rise with the river!

Saturday, June 25, 2011

brazen hacker group lulzsec says it's disbanding

final cache includes at&t internal data & 750k user accounts
brazen hacker group lulzsec says it's disbanding
from ap: A publicity-seeking hacker group that has left a trail of sabotaged websites over the last two months, including attacks on law enforcement and releases of private data, said unexpectedly on Saturday it is dissolving itself. Lulz Security made its announcement through its Twitter account. It gave no reason for the disbandment, but it could be a sign of nerves in the face of law enforcement investigations. Rival hackers have also joined in the hunt, releasing information they say could point to the identities of the six-member group. One of the group's members was interviewed by The Associated Press on Friday, and gave no indication that its work was ending. LulzSec claimed hacks on major entertainment companies, FBI partner organizations, the CIA, the U.S. Senate and a pornography website.

related updates: lulzsec releases arizona police documents*
lulzsec says goodbye, dumps at&t data trove*
fbi raids iowa woman's home in lulzsec hacker investigation*

dutchsinse readings at ft calhoun waterlogged nuclear plant

dutchsinse readings at ft calhoun waterlogged nuclear plant
Dutchsinse is on the job with readings on June 24th at an inundated Fort Calhoun, NE nuclear plant. Radiation measured in at 61.4 clicks per minute and Dutchsinse's conclusion, "...MID to LOW level 'background' radiation...the levels here NEXT to the plant are equal to that of most everywhere else in the country except for Denver Colorado. This also means RUMOR has run amok, and there has not been any sort of detectable radioactive 'leak'.

next false flag weekend chatter

next false flag weekend chatter
The next false flag event may take unexpected form, but groundwork reported in place for an attack! Leon Panetta, Defense Secretary nominee, warned at his confirmation hearing recently, "...next ‘Pearl Harbor’ could be a cyber attack." Alex Thomas provides in a recent article at the Intel Hub, "The Stage Is Set For a Nuclear False Flag," a thorough summary of steps pointing to a nuclear event. The most blatant are 25 letters that, "...claim nuclear bombs are hidden throughout the United States have been sent to multiple investigators and citizens in the Chicago area. The letter inside said, 'The Al-Qaeda organization has planted 160 nuclear bombs throughout the U.S. in schools, stadiums, churches, stores, financial institutions and government buildings.' It also said, 'This is a suicide mission for us,' reported CBS Chicago." The present writer wonders how many readers still take al-Qaida, a legion of western intelligence-trained actors, seriously?

elenin = extinction level event notable impact nemesis

Ground Zero Media's Clyde Lewis provides interesting take on comet Elenin as revealed in the series, "The Event". Lewis admits, "...I literally have tuned out any commentary about Comet Elenin." It's an easily recognizable sentiment in light of overwhelming hype on doomsday scenarios. KXL Ground Zero Live's host notes agitated behavior has now caught his attention, "...whenever there is a comet or some Near earth object coming towards the authorities tend to overreact and there are strange things that go on behind the scenes leading me to believe that even governments and Military get a little unhinged when it comes to space anomalies of this magnitude." Is there more to the hysteria?

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

are lulzsec hacks work of military intelligence?

are lulzsec hacks work of military intelligence?Kurt Nimmo poses crucial question in recent article, "Are LulzSec Hacker Attacks the Work of Military Intelligence?". There are concerted "cyber terrorism" propaganda campaigns on mainstream media here and here. Russian and China are names dropped as a matter of course during discussions. Nimmo cuts to the chase, however, with simple observation, "Is it merely a coincidence so-called 'hackitvists' – who release the passwords of common folk in addition to attacking the CIA and the FBI’s InfraGard – are engaged in this behavior just as the Senate debates weighty cyber security legislation?" Revolutionary hacker groups are, most likely, newer more sophisticated forms of sixties-style COINTELPRO operations, engaged in false flag attacks. It is the Hegelian dialectic: problem, reaction and solution! The most recent act's curtain lowers on tragedy playing out before us: shutting down the internet as we know it!

related updates:
mission accomplished: thanks to lulzsec, draconian cybersecurity gains support*
lulzsec member nakomis allegedly military counter-intel?*
uk cops swoop in on possible lulzsec suspect*

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

planet x and mysterious death of dr robert harrington

Popular Planet X doomsday scenarios surface regularly to remind us of its myth and mystery. An e-mail exchange at rense.com offers one listener's view followed by a rebuttal by yet another unnamed source. The opposing views highlight nicely arguments for and against the existence of an unknown large object in our solar system! The first e-mail asserts Pioneer 10 and twin Pioneer 11, launched in the seventies to find Planet X and summarizes other arguments which brought intense interest to the search. "September 10, 1984 US News and World Report declared in the article 'Planet X - Is It Really Out There?' that NASA had indeed found something approximately 50 billion miles away. Then in a 1992 press release NASA stated that, 'Unexplained deviations in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune point to a large outer solar system body of 4 to 8 earth masses on a highly tilted orbit, beyond [ONLY] 7 billion miles from the sun'". Dr. Robert S Harrington, a professional astronomer, also convinced, using same methods employed to detect Pluto and its moon, wrote in 1988, "The Location of Planet X," for the Astronomical Journal.

Monday, June 20, 2011

defense firms see opportunity in cyber attacks

from baltimore sun: A spate of high-profile online break-ins has given defense firms at the Paris Air Show a new sales pitch: cyber security. Targeted by hackers looking to steal source codes, R&D information and trade secrets, aerospace and defense firms are turning the tables on the pirates and are making security a key sales argument. "We see huge potential to do deals this week because interest in cyber security has soared given recent events," Paul MacGregor, general manager of Finmeccanica's UK security arm, Vega Consulting Services, told Reuters. He added that cyber security was now an "arms race," with defense firms battling to stay one step ahead of the hackers. "Information is now used as a weapon and companies need to defend it at all costs or they themselves could lose out on contracts if they are seen as having weak defenses," he said.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

US preparing a 'world' for cyber war games

US preparing a 'world' for cyber war gamesfrom inewp.com: With the help of several organizations including Lockheed Martin Corporation, the Defense Advance Research Projects Agency and nearly 500 million U.S. dollars, the United States government is currently constructing a virtual platform in which the government can simulate cyber wars and its own offensive capabilities in the cyber world without touching the actual Internet. The progress of the project, called the National Cyber Range, will be mainly overseen by the Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA) of the United States Department of Defense which had a hand in the creation of the Internet. True to its mission statement, DARPA intends to “prevent technological surprise to the U.S., but also to create technological surprise for its enemies” with the construction of the National Cyber Range. The Pentagon has put forth proposals to label cyber-attacks on the government to be acts of war. In recent years, cyber scares such as Stuxnet, Agent.Btz, Anonymous and the hack into the International Monetary Fund has prompted the Obama administration to reconsider policies regarding cyber space. A Cyber Pilot system is also being developed to classify and monitor cyber threats ranging from “destructive” to “government cyberwarfare”.

onboard for 100 year starship

onboard for 100 year starshipDirector of Technology Tactical Office at DARPA, David Neyland makes recruitment pitches in search of those who want to do basic scientific research. A Universe Today article notes, "DARPA is known for its brand of 'blue sky science' where the scientific research they do might not have apparent and initial real-world applications." Is the reason the research remains a black project for many years? An explanation of the name is provided in the article, "..Neyland has been working with NASA Ames Director Pete Worden on the concept and Neyland said they chose the name not because they actually want to send a starship on a 100-year mission to space – although that would be the ultimate goal — but they want to capture the imagination of folks who normally wouldn’t think of doing research and development and tag them with something they would be excited about. " The 100 Year Starship Study website requests paper abstracts to stimulate basic research that hopefully lead to future research projects. It sounds like a wonderful opportunity for research scientists.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

telectroscope to televirtuality

telectroscope to televirtualityThe story begins with Paul St.George rummaging in grandmother's attic to find papers of his great-grandfather and engineer Alex Stanhope St. George. Paul St. George's discovery included notebooks, "...full of intricate drawings and passages of writing describing a strange machine. This device looked like an enormous telescope with a strange bee-hive shaped cowl at one end containing a complex configuration of mirrors and lenses. Alexander seemed to be suggesting that this invention, which he called a Telectroscope, would act as a visual amplifier, allowing people to see through a tunnel of immense length… a tunnel, the drawings implied, stretching from one side of the world to the other. The idea of the Telectroscope seemed too outlandish to be possible and yet there was something in the scribbled notes that had the ring of truth about it."

10 sci-fi predictions that came true

10 sci-fi predictions that came trueTruth is stranger than fiction,10 Sc-Fi Predictions That Came True only supports the notion. Moon Landing predicted by Jules Verne more than 100 years before the moonwalk in his novel, "From the Earth to the Moon." The InnovationsNewsDaily article observes, "according to Jules Verne’s story..., the first mission to the moon was launched in December from a base in Florida. The crew consisted of three men who were seated in a large capsule constructed almost entirely from aluminum. After their moonwalk, Verne’s crew lands in the Pacific Ocean and is picked up by a U.S. Navy ship. Sound familiar?"

Jules Verne's ship named Columbiad and NASA's Columbia and referred to weighlessness in 1865! Wow! You may find the predictions exciting but a conspiratorial angle should be not be dismissed. Jules Verne was a Freemason and consider whether these were predictions, or somehow, preordained and predestined by the Order? Columbia is just a popular name? Florida launch site an overwhelming probability? You can listen to this amazing story, which influenced both space pioneers Hermann Oberth and Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, on free mp3 download here--thanks to Librivox.

Friday, June 17, 2011

june 15, 2011 lunar eclipse best pix

june 15, 2011 lunar eclipse best pixThis is what the internet age is all about! You can enjoy a lunar eclipse from nearly any vantage point on Earth! It's great! The present writer's favorites are a blood red image captured in Srinagar, Kashmir (pictured left) and a huge death-star like Moon over Belgrade, Serbia (pictured right)! You can view other great pix in a slideshow from IBTimes here. Universe Today provides other vantage points. The images are pure eye candy and the slideshow a must see!

Thursday, June 16, 2011

iran launches second satellite

iran launches second satelliteIran launched Rasad-1 (Observation-1) into orbit, Wednesday. You have to like the humor in a Satnews Daily article, where subheading reads, "Iran... Why, Of Course This Is A Satellite Tasked With Peaceful Intentions (Launch)." Rasad-1 follows launch of Omid (Hope) in 2009. Iran's observation satellite weighs 34 pounds, will orbit every 90 minutes 162 miles up at an inclination of 55.7 degrees. Where's the right wing fear mongers to recite party line: rocket tech used in launch can also launch missiles? The present writer felt a deja vu to a more innocent time when space exploration meant new frontiers with wide horizons other than militarization and weaponization! The launch looked rudimentary if well-done with a resemblance to the fifties and sixties. "Seh do yek"...how do you say lift off in Farsi and may get more familiar with their countdown in time?

defcon 6/16: solar threats, hack attacks & jet packs

solar threat: minutes to respond;
governments plan blackouts; elites prep contingency plans
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solar threat: minutes to respond; governments plan blackouts; elites prep contingency plansUS/uk to cut power in preparation of massive solar storm*
magnetic levels ebb as scientists note missing sunspot activity*
mysterious 'structure' discovered on mars?*
audio satire: nasa finds evidence of humans on moon*
video: closely held 'area 51' secrets revealed in new book*
US faces legal challenge to internet-domain seizures*
obama anti-whistleblower case collapses*
ex-spy agency official strikes plea bargain*
US underwrites internet detour around censors*
pentagon ramps-up cyberwar plans*
notorious hacker group breaks into senate server*
imf breached by sophisticated hack attack*
'anonymous' attacks, shutters spanish police website*
hacker group claims credit for invading cia website*
video: lulzsec hackers inspire rap song*
video: personal jet packs to go on sale by end of 2011, says inventor*
audio satire: government says ignore throbbing love orb*

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

missouri river floods ft calhoun ne nuclear plant

What in the world is going on? A Nebraska nuclear power plant in Fort Calhoun alongside the Missouri River evacuated recently and called in local fire department after a fire broke out. Arnie Gundersen, a nuclear power expert, provides professional insights into crisis and simple observation, "nuclear plants and sand bags don't mix." Gundersen implies a more serious crisis in a Five O'Clock Shadow interview with observation local fire departments are hardly ever called in as plants rountinely handle small fires. Also, the six dams along the Missouri river are full from greater snow run off this year and Gundersen bluntly adds a dam failure would present a great danger. The Ft Calhoun plant is also the storage facility for the state's spent fuel rods. Gundersen interview is available here.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

june 15 lunar eclipse; not visible from north america

june 15 lunar eclipse; not visible from north americaA rare lunar eclipse will occur tomorrow, according to Tammy Plotner at Universe Today, "...the Moon will pass directly through the center of the Earth’s shadow cone – an event that hasn’t happened in 11 years and won’t happen again until 2018." There is only one catch to this rare sight, the eclipse will not be visible in North America. Plotner informs - no problem - just click on link to Israel's Bareket Observatory between 17:00-23:00 GMT for live broadcast of eclipse - an amazing internet age spectacle! You wonder when will be next eclipse? You too can be in the know by visiting the Mr Eclipse alert page!

lulzsec laughing at your security since 2011

lulzsec laughing at your security since 2011Computer hackers Lulz Security, a loosely knit group, announced Monday their successful hack of Senate computers. Lulz is internet slang for 'laughing out loud'. A Reuters article presents the government response. "Despite the breach, the Sergeant at Arms Office, which provides security for the Senate, said that the breach had not compromised any individual senator's information." You've got to admire the group's audacity from the following brash comments also from Reuters. "'We don't like the U.S. government very much,' Lulz Security said at the top of their release. 'This is a small, just-for-kicks release of some internal data from Senate.gov - is this an act of war, gentlemen? Problem?' The comment refers to reports that the military had decided that it could respond to cyber attacks from foreign countries with traditional military force." John Bumgarner from a think tank, Cyber Consequences Unit, believes it's an especially embarrassing incident for the Senate since it reveals hackers had administrator level access to the system. LulzSec seems to be sending message we are capable of doing more! The present writer would only ask, how can you compromise the already compromised? The late comedian George Carlin would've had a field day with this material!

facebook loses 6m US users in may

social network is still growing, but not as fast
facebook loses 6m US users in mayfrom computerworld: Facebook may continue to gain users, but the world's biggest social network isn't gaining them as quickly as it has been and is actually losing users in the U.S. Facebook gained 11.8 million more users last month alone, according to a study by Inside Facebook. While that's a lot of new users, it's less than the 13.9 million new users who joined the site in April, or the 20 million gain during some months in the past year. And while Inside Facebook reports that the social network is approaching 700 million users worldwide, the number of U.S. users has dropped. The study found that Facebook lost 6 million U.S. users in May. The study noted that Facebook had 155.2 million U.S. users at the beginning of May but 149.4 million at the end of the month. Other countries showed losses as well; Canada dropped by 1.52 million and the U.K. dropped by more than 100,000, but the U.S. showed the biggest loss for Facebook last month.

Monday, June 13, 2011

new adam curtis doc: 'all watched over by machines of loving grace'

new adam curtis doc: 'all watched over by machines of loving grace'from guardian: Adam Curtis's new documentary series All Watched Over By Machines Of Loving Grace suggests that man is not liberated by computers but actually enslaved. It's a premise that's difficult to refute as I type this column into an overheated laptop with TweetDeck, email and Skype on the same screen bleeping and nagging... What's that, Curtis? Computers are the boss of us? We don't know what you mean.

video playlist: 'all watched over by machines of loving grace'

Sunday, June 12, 2011

benjamin fulford on fukushima: stolen kursk nuke

benjamin fulford on fukushima: stolen kursk nukeFormer Forbes Asian Bureau Chief Benjamin Fulford expressed views on Fukushima disaster in a May 25th interview with Jeff Rense. An upset and agitated Fulford reports that a nuke recovered from the sunken Russian sub Kursk was used to create the 3/11 tsunami. Fulford informs rogue intelligence actors tied to Zionists behind the act. A journalist living in Japan named Henry Kissinger, George H.W. Bush, David Rockefeller and Jay Rockefeller as some of the perpetrators behind world's woes. The former Asian Bureau Chief goes into detail on how a nuclear weapon was put in place "... it was transferred onto the deep ocean drilling vessel, the Chikyo Mara. And you won't be able to find newspaper articles in Japanese saying that the Chikyo Mara was drilling a hole right at the epicenter of what became the earthquake, starting January 17th of this year. They drilled down 10 kilometers into the seabed, and they put the (stolen from the Kursk) atomic weapon there..."

Fulford explains the motive behind the nuke as "...an attempt to pry the Asian money out, through terror" and sees extortion on a global scale to continue "...and right now I am hearing these same rogue actors are planning a nuclear terrorist attack in Europe." There is more as Fulford describes global tensions at highest and as scramble for last good money, worldwide! Fulford compares situation to cartoon character Roadrunner, who is still running after going off a cliff and yet to realize no longer on solid footing! It's not a bad comparison! You can hear the May 25th Benjamin Fulford interview with Rense on You Tube.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

dutchsinse geiger counter reads 73.2 clicks per min in idaho

Our radioactive weekend continues with Dutchsinse taking readings on a radioactive road trip! Do you recall when camping involved Coleman stoves and lanterns, a tent, sleeping bags and groceries? Dutchsinse may be a trendsetter where a geiger counter for measuring radioactivity levels on site seems essential? Highest readings recorded on Dutchsinse's radioactivity measurement trip, appears to be 73.2 clicks per minute at Craters of the Moon park in Idaho, which seems to be only background radiation, according to McGill University website? In Pendleton, Oregon, Dutchsinse reads 55.7 cpm on his counter! A geiger counter reading over 400 clicks per minute considered contamination. The readings from an independent source are reassuring as they appear to show low radioactivity?

radioactive weekend roundup: pacific nw infant deaths increase

radioactive weekend roundup: pacific nw infant deaths increaseAre increased infant deaths recorded in Pacific NW, since March, due to Fukushima fallout? Where is the US government to provide any guidance? Are you psychologically prepared for the answer? A recent Counterpunch article by Dr Janette Sherman and Joseph Mangano begins starkly, "US babies are dying at an increased rate." The article reports statistics, as provided by the CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, eight cities in the Pacific Northwest totaled a greater number of infant deaths for babies less than a year old. Infant deaths averaged 9.25 per week for four week period ending March 19, 2011. Infant deaths averaged 12.5 for ten week period ending May 28, 2011. The eight cities contributing to statistically significant total: Seattle, Spokane, Boise, Portland, Sacramento, San Francisco, Berkeley and Santa Cruz. The Japanese government has yet to move to entomb the reactors or dig ditches to prevent contamination of surrounding groundwater! This uncharacteristic lack of initiative seems a huge indicator of a sinister agenda at work behind the scenes and will be of interest to note any change in course after the Bilderbergers meet?

space junk #2: growth industry or hidden agenda?

space junk #2: growth industry or hidden agenda?We may look to regions beyond our atmosphere for the next "New Deal of the Space Age"? It would not be a government project but perhaps the next growth industry? How many can be employed cleaning hundreds of thousands of near Earth space objects and space debris? Or, will a fascist New World Order simply rocket prisoners into space without proper safety precautions to perform the task? Will it be the case space tourists peer out cabin windows to view manual trash collectors of celestial highways at work? Is there perhaps more behind this issue like a hidden agenda?

epic of gilgamesh: a narrated audio version

epic of gilgamesh: a narrated audio versionA reading of a semi-divine Sumerian King's search for immortality, the Epic of Gilgamesh, is available here. Thanks goes to Helvis213 for his effort in this well done production. There are other epic tales available at Helvis213's You Tube Channel. The modern version of Gilgamesh's adventure starring Dubya, while not quite an ancient epic, will provide five minutes of laughable entertainment. You may begin a very nice reading of the original epic, an interpretation of 12 clay cuneiform tablets with tablet titles in a relaxed laid-back manner by just clicking here. You may ask why the most ancient epic is included on this website find out by reading a previous post here. Gilgamesh and android companion Enkidu's adventure (pictured: Enkidu to left) takes them in search of not one but two spaceports!

Friday, June 10, 2011

clyde lewis: nazi lunatic outposts

clyde lewis: nazi lunatic outpostsGround Zero Live's Clyde Lewis returns to KXL reinvigorated with fresh material from last weekend's Conspiracy Con. In a new article, "Nazi Lunatic Outposts," Lewis asks, "what if...there is more up there in space?" A brief list of lunar anomalies include the blue gem of Aristarchus crater and 1966 Lunar Orbiter 2 photograph of six or seven towers in Mare Tranquilis that seem outside the public's awareness? The writer suspending reader disbelief-to some degree-journeys further down path to test reader acceptance: "In Nazi Astronaut lore it is reported that the first landing on the moon by the Germans was at Mare Imbrium on August 23, 1942 at 11:26 MEZ, using a Miethe rocket". While an unsubstantiated claim, Lewis points out correctly the space program is virtually invisible to the public! We may be more in the dark than ever imagined! Psychic members of the Vril Society may have communicated with aliens and given plans for a space ship? The announcement of the last Shuttle mission and "an end of manned missions" seems a motivation for Lewis to revisit concept of space exploration. Lewis concludes with killing the civilian program it opens a "can of worms" as any black space program loses its cover. There are whistleblowers, according to Lewis, "...ready to blow the lid off the secret space program and possibly photos that point to possible evidence of the Nazi Lunatic Outposts."

experience radio's golden age at relic radio

"experience radio's golden age" at relic radio!
experience radio's golden age at relic radiorecent posts on this site (here & here) have reminded me how much i love 'old-time radio' - i even used to run episodes of orson welles & 'the mercury theater on the air' back east on my college station! so i wanted to take a moment to mention my main source for otr these days: relic radio.
"Since 2007, Relic Radio has brought old time radio to a new audience. Eleven different shows are being offered right now, covering radio from every variety. Hear comedy, horror, suspense, science fiction, thrillers, and more."
and if you're like me & subscribe to too many podcasts already, you can just stream it... enjoy!

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

auroral displays tonight result of june 7 coronal mass ejection

auroral displays tonight result of june 7 coronal mass ejectionA huge Coronal mass ejection (CME) recorded on June 7th by Solar Dynamics Observatory may result in large auroral displays in northern latitudes tonight! A CSMonitor article points out this is not to be confused with a mere solar flare but rather a more spectacular cause! "Though widely described as a 'solar flare,' the star of Tuesday's solar storm was a much rarer – and much larger – coronal mass ejection, which is distorting Earth's magnetic field and will produce the northern lights (and southern lights) tonight." You may, by stepping outside, look to the skies and catch a glimpse of something unusual! Admission is free!

living in a radioactive world: hot particles to breathe in the air

living in a radioactive world: hot particles to breathe in the airNuclear power industry executive Arnie Gundersen posts invaluable video updates on radiation dangers from Fukushima disaster. The videos have done much to raise awareness, worldwide. Where's the US Surgeon General to warn Americans? The nuclear power executive brings his expertise to the mainstream with interview by John King available here. A surprised Gundersen reports 10 hot particles per day breathed in by the Japanese but Americans in Seattle breath in five. A hot particle is extremely dangerous as it causes damage in close proximity, usually, results in a necrotic spot in lungs, bones or digestive track where it is lodged in the body over time! Hot particles are not easily detected as they are miniscule in size and termed "fuel fleas" by Gundersen. Where's George Harrison when you need him to adapt his song to fit a new age as we're fated to "Living in a Radioactive World"!

fort worth lights remain fortean phenomena

The Forth Worth lights captured by Brian Luenser nearly a month ago are still without adequate explanation. Luenser's Forth Worth Explosions YouTube Video went viral with over a million views, has audio but do you hear any explosion? A Huffington Post article covering the May 10th event only casts more suspicion, "The explosions were the result of lightning striking 'feeders,' the lines that transmit electricity to neighborhoods, according to Jeamy Molina, a spokesperson for Oncor, the electrical company that serves the area." Was there rain? Did the weather quickly clear? The explosions occurred over a 25 minute period, according to Luenser, but only 4,000 were deprived of power. What really happened?

one in four US hackers 'is an fbi informer'

one in four US hackers 'is an fbi informer'from guardian: The underground world of computer hackers has been so thoroughly infiltrated in the US by the FBI and secret service that it is now riddled with paranoia and mistrust, with an estimated one in four hackers secretly informing on their peers, a Guardian investigation has established. Cyber policing units have had such success in forcing online criminals to co-operate with their investigations through the threat of long prison sentences that they have managed to create an army of informants deep inside the hacking community.

In some cases, popular illegal forums used by cyber criminals as marketplaces for stolen identities and credit card numbers have been run by hacker turncoats acting as FBI moles. In others, undercover FBI agents posing as "carders" – hackers specialising in ID theft – have themselves taken over the management of crime forums, using the intelligence gathered to put dozens of people behind bars.

So ubiquitous has the FBI informant network become that Eric Corley, who publishes the hacker quarterly, 2600, has estimated that 25% of hackers in the US may have been recruited by the federal authorities to be their eyes and ears. "Owing to the harsh penalties involved and the relative inexperience with the law that many hackers have, they are rather susceptible to intimidation," Corley told the Guardian.

"It makes for very tense relationships," said John Young, who runs Cryptome, a website depository for secret documents along the lines of WikiLeaks. "There are dozens and dozens of hackers who have been shopped by people they thought they trusted."


related defcon updates:
hackers attack fbi partner website; atlanta infraguard exposed*
pbs website hacked with fake news*
video: did hackers deface fox news building in nyc?*
after cyberattack targeted lockheed martin -
second defense contractor l-3 'actively targeted' with rsa securid hacks*
gmail hack targeted white house*
cyber attacks can count as act of war*
writer urges internet junkies to 'switch off' and think*
video: sony loses $3.2b after playstation network hacked*
hackers attack another sony network, post data*
'world of warcraft' blamed for divorce as men 'prefer them to their wives'*
un report declares internet access a human right*
oregon senator wyden freezes second internet censorship bill*
facebook quietly switches on facial recognition tech by default*
apple patent will cripple devices when in proximity of 'a concert or a classified facility'*
how could so many crooks have managed to scam the national security agency?*

Monday, June 6, 2011

deposed ruler alalu: first annunaki on earth

deposed ruler alalu: first annunaki on earthIs the Face on Mars located in the Cydonia region (pictured) that of desposed Nibiruan ruler Alalu? Nibiru, Zecharia Sitchin's 12th Planet, was in the midst of an environmental crisis. A hole in Nibiru's atmosphere threatened it. Alalu gained supremacy by eliminating Lahma, the previous king for his failure to find a solution. Gold particles applied to the breach was recommended as a shield, but Alalu proved likewise ineffectual in getting the job done. Anu, from Lahma's rival bloodline, had pledged allegiance to Alalu but challenged him in face of the grave threat to life. Anu won and the deposed Alalu flees into space in fear of a similar fate to Lahma's. Alalu's flight takes him through the asteroid belt, never before attempted, to Earth where he finds his bargaining chip: gold. A very good narrative video of Alalu's journey can be seen here.

Saturday, June 4, 2011

danes homemade rocket launch a success!

danes homemade rocket launch a success!An article in The Miami Herald reported Friday a Danish group of space enthusiasts launched a 30 ft homemade rocket (pictured) successfully from Bornholm island. The rocket reached five miles in altitude before retrieved later intact from the Baltic Sea. The HEAT 1X Tyco Brahe is a rocket spacecraft combo designed and built by Copenhagen Suborbitals. Rocket was named in honor of 16th Century Danish astronomer Tyco Brahe. The group states they "...are working fulltime to develop a series of suborbital space vehicles-designed to pave the way for manned space flight on a micro size spacecraft." You can view launch on You Tube. Friday's feat shows what ingenuity, $53,000 and use of a military test site can accomplish. The group seems aimed at providing public with an econo-space travel experience?

what will phobos grunt mission uncover?

what will phobos grunt mission uncover?Russian space probe Phobos Grunt set to launch December 25, 2011. The probe would achieve orbit around Mars, December 2012. Mars Express probe captured images in March 2010 during a flyby at a distance of just 60 miles. The landing site targeted by the Grunt mission to capture soil samples and return pictured here. The images are reported to be invaluable to mission planners. Richard Hoagland discusses Mars Express images on a recent edition of The Unexplained with Howard Hughes. Hoagland believes Phobos is an ancient artificial satellite severely eroded to reveal artificial construction just beneath its surface. Hoagland comments in interview, "think of it as a Titanic exploration [Ballard] on a titanic scale," firmly sees DNA if not bodies recovered from one-third hollow artificial satellite.

Friday, June 3, 2011

weekend starview: cassini at saturn

weekend starview: cassini at saturnWeekend starview continues with Cassini Mission by Chris Abbas. An excellent two minute video of footage captured by Cassini space probe. Nancy Atkinson and her Universe Today article are thanked for the link. It's a thoroughly enjoyable and relaxing video!

get ready for digital false flag attacks

get ready for digital false flag attacksIs the new Cybercommand policy to open the public's eyes? Or, is the only open eye at the top of the pyramid? Are you beginning to feel like an abused b-slapped spouse? You should! Rob Kall at OEN writes definitive article, "Get Ready for Digital False Flag Attacks," about Pentagon's move to codify cyberwar with "equivalence" policy. "If a cyber attack produces the death, damage, destruction or high-level disruption that a traditional military attack would cause, then it would be a candidate for a "use of force" consideration, which could merit retaliation." It's simply an eye for an eye. The United States will be allowed by policy to retaliate with military force if a Stuxnet-like virus turned off, say, nuclear plant vents and caused a F**USHIMA here!.

plains milky way

Randy Halverson proves at DakotaLapse.com with dedication a person can take first rate pix and create wonderful time-lapse montages such as "Plains Milky Way"! A recent Wired Science article shows behind the scenes effort taken by Halverson to produce his art!

"A star-tracking mount for a telescope allows Halverson’s still camera to pan and tilt with the stars. It not only prevents blur, but also gives a walk-about motion to his videos. A motorized rail creates the zooming effect; a computer controller that moves the mount and snaps the camera’s shutter. Each scene in the montage represents about 300 still photographs taken over a period of several hours."

Halverson also points out in the same article, "it takes a lot of trial and error to get right, but it's worth it. It shows motion into the stars you don’t normally notice. When you look up at them, you often don’t realize how much they’re moving." Halverson looks to the stars to create just plains wonderful astrophotography!

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

olympus mons is how tall?

olympus mons is how tall?The highest peak on planet Earth is Mount Everest but Olympus Mons is three times as high! The Martian Chronicles ask the question and provide facts to get familiar with geography on our nearest planet. Who knows? The space race going profit-minded private, combined with terraforming, you may yet scale with Sherpa guides at your side to the top of Mars? It'll be the story of stories to take home as Olympus Mons stands 16.7 miles from base to summit! The mountain actually rises above the Martian atmosphere.