by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:
Terraforming is a phrase that is often used by NASA to desribe the effects of producing massive amounts of CO2 designed to make an atmosphere, like Mars, more like the atmosphere on earth. Therefore, terraforming simply refers to transforming the environment for a specific political or military purpose. And that is precisely what is going on with our planet today.
Charlie Sheen and the Movie, The Arrival
In the 1997 movie, The Arrival, NASA scientist, Zane Zaminsky. played by actor, Charlie Sheen, routinely swept the night skies skies for signs of extraterrestrial electromagnetic transmissions.
by Paul Craig Roberts, Paul Craig Roberts:
Ron Unz is one of the best men of our time. He searches for truth and he supports others who do the same. In this article, he comes to the defense of David Irving, the best historian of the 20th century. http://www.unz.com/announcement/the-remarkable-historiography-of-david-irving/
Zionists destroyed David Irving’s livelihood with slander and libel, because he made public a letter from the former chancellor of Germany, Hitler’s predecessor, to Winston Churchill, a letter that Irving found in the American publisher’s file of Winston Churchill’s history of the war, and which the publisher prevented Churchill from publishing in his history. The former chancellor of Germany, who escaped the Nazis and lived in England, wrote to Churchill that two of Hitler’s financiers were Jews who managed two of the largest banks in Germany. One was a Zionist leader. The letter exists, and there is no reason to doubt its honesty. However, for making an important historical document public, Irving was labeled by a vicious propaganda campaign an “anti-semite” and “holocaust denier.”
by Ralph Flores, Natural News:
Curcumin, when supplemented in fish diets, has the potential to improve disease resistance in commercially farmed fish, according to an article published in the American Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences. The study, led by researchers from Egypt and the U.S., looked at the effects of curcumin and other natural agents and its ability to increase disease resistance in aquaculture.
To test their hypothesis, researchers grouped two-year-old catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) into three. The treatment groups, which have 10 fish each, were divided into the control (which were not supplemented with curcumin) and the experiment groups (which received either 0.5 or 1 percent of curcumin in their diets).
by Dave Kranzler, Investment Research Dynamics:
“While the decline in housing activity has been significant and will probably continue for a while longer, I think the concerns we used to hear about the possibility of a devastating collapse—one that might be big enough to cause a recession in the U.S. economy—have been largely allayed…” – Janet Yellen 1/22/07
The propaganda is always laid on the heaviest just ahead of The Fall. The employment report showing sub-4%, with nearly 96 million working age people not considered part of the labor Force, is possibly the penultimate fabrication.
by John Mason, via ZeroHedge:
In Switzerland, a new format for commercial banking is being proposed in a referendum to be held June 10, a format not based on fractional-reserve banking.
The stability of the current commercial banking model is being questioned again as concerns rise over the possibility of new financial problems coming from distressed banks.
The concern over the stability of the commercial banking system increases when one starts to think about how information technology is changing the speed at which financial transactions take place.
by Tom Knighton, Bearing Arms:
As I highlighted on Friday, anti-gunners don’t seem actually to know anything about guns. Their ignorance is obvious to anyone with even a cursory knowledge of firearms, but that doesn’t seem to matter. After all, they don’t need to know how to tell a Colt from a Daniel Defense weapon to know they’re all deadly, or so they might say.
However, the problem is that ignorance can lead to bad law. Take this as an example.