Archive for December, 2004 : Natural selection acts on the quantum worldDecember 30th, 2004
Objective reality may owe its existence to a ‘darwinian’ process that advertises certain quantum states.
Sri Lankan Animals Avoided Tsunami?December 30th, 2004
Sri Lankan wildlife officials are stunned — the worst tsunami in memory has killed around 22,000 people along the Indian Ocean island’s coast, but they can’t find any dead animals.
Scientific proof of paranormal ignoredDecember 30th, 2004
Many so-called Scientists choose to ignore the things they can’t explain, rendering themselves null and void as scientists and stifling human evolution.
Supermarket Giants Crush Central American FarmersDecember 29th, 2004
Across Latin America, supermarket chains partly or wholly owned by global corporate goliaths like Ahold, Wal-Mart and Carrefour have revolutionized food distribution in the short span of a decade and have now begun to transform food growing, too.
CIA Torture Jet Is an Open SecretDecember 29th, 2004
It is no secret that the CIA regularly moves its victims from one country to another for the purpose of having them tortured in countries lacking human rights laws.
Iran – UFO Sightings over Iranian nuclear installationsDecember 28th, 2004
Sources also reveal that Iranian Air Force have failed shoot down even a single UFO and many in Iranian Air Force are complaining about lack of technical
TX – Ghosts in daughter’s apartment signal it’s time for a moveDecember 28th, 2004
My daughter lives in a downtown loft, and she swears that she hears voices and water running in the bathroom at night.
Remote Viewing Monks See Aliens Saving HumansDecember 25th, 2004
Indian tourists learned info. from Tibetan monasteries that is extremely alarming and fascinating.
Avocado Oil, Taco Grease Fuel Eco-Bus in MexicoDecember 24th, 2004
Ecologists toured Mexico City taco stands and sushi bars Wednesday to refuel an old school bus with waste cooking oil that will power the next leg of a green-awareness tour from California to Costa Rica.
US Families Raise $600k for Falluja RefugeesDecember 24th, 2004
A delegation of military family members whose sons died while fighting in the Iraq war will travel to Jordan from December 27, 2004 to January 4, 2005 to deliver $600,000 worth of humanitarian supplies for refugees from the U.S. attack on Falluja.
America’s War with ItselfDecember 22nd, 2004
Bush’s attempt to wreck the climate talks follows an established pattern of self-destruction.
Paving the Amazon with SoyDecember 22nd, 2004
“Soy – at this moment – is the most important driver for deforestation, directly and indirectly,” says environmental analyst Jan Maarten Dros. “Directly because the cerrado is being converted from natural vegetation into soy fields. But indirectly, because in this region a lot of cattle farms are being replaced by soy farmers buying or renting land from cattle farmers.”
Stem-Cell Method May Cheat DeathDecember 22nd, 2004
A reproductive research team in Chicago could have an answer to the ethical and scientific conundrums presented by the pursuit of stem-cell treatments.
Fuel-Cell Vehicles Close the GapDecember 22nd, 2004
Fuel-cell vehicles may finally be moving from the laboratory to the showroom. Premium-priced cars running on hydrogen could arrive in dealerships in 2005, and researchers say advances in technology could speed the vehicles toward becoming cost-competitive.
National Archives Opens Additional JFK MaterialsDecember 21st, 2004
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is announcing the release of additional materials relating to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The records being released are documents recently re-reviewed and processed by the Central Intelligence Agency.
Mobile Phones Damage Cells And Alter DNADecember 21st, 2004
Your cell phone may kill you but shouldn’t be alarmed. It will take some time for it to kill you and in the meantime you will be supporting the globalist agenda and ultimately help reduce overpopulation.
India – UFO cited in northwest China still bafflingDecember 20th, 2004
Police in northwest China’s Gansu province are clueless about an unidentified flying object (UFO) which was sighted by hundreds of people, a media report said today.
Indonesia – UFO spotted by dozens of IndonesiansDecember 20th, 2004
An unidentified flying object was seen hurtling toward earth Sunday morning close to Jakarta, witnesses told a local radio station.
Ghost hunters defend pursuit as a scienceDecember 20th, 2004
On a cool dark night, the faint howling of nearby hunting dogs could be heard at the Espanola Cemetery.
Jakarta shaken by ‘meteor blast’December 19th, 2004
Reports of unexplained explosions caused alarm on Sunday morning in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta.
Animal rights activistsFreed From Grand Jury PersecutionDecember 18th, 2004
Animal rights activist, Allison Lance Watson, was facing five months in prison for refusing to rat-out other activists. She was given probation and a $5,000. This is on top of the $75,000 debt for lawyer’s fees.
$1.8 million church abuse settlementDecember 18th, 2004
The Archdiocese of Seattle said yesterday that it had reached a settlement of $1.8 million with 12 people who had been sexually abused as children by two priests.
Congress Expands Use of Terrorist ListsDecember 18th, 2004
Anyone who works at an airport or aboard a cruise ship will have his identity checked against government watch lists, just like commercial airline passengers.
Conscientious Objector Witnessed Abuse, Killing of Iraqi Detainees at Abu GhraibDecember 18th, 2004
Army Reserve Specialist Aidan Delgado served in Iraq from April 2003 to April 2004 where he witnessed U.S. soldiers abuse and kill Iraqi detainees. Soon after his arrival in Iraq, he sought conscientious objector status and turned in his weapon. Only after serving his full tour of duty was Delgado finally granted conscientious objector status and honorably discharged.
State ready to abandon site where Native graves foundDecember 18th, 2004
The ancient remains of hundreds of Indians unearthed at a bridge construction site has state officials ready to cut their losses — millions of dollars and months of delays — and find another site.
Woman Died During AIDS StudyDecember 16th, 2004
A pregnant Tennessee woman who enrolled in federally funded research in hopes of saving her soon-to-be-born son from getting AIDS died last year when doctors continued to give her an experimental drug regimen despite signs of liver failure, government memos say.
India Govt. Using Remote ViewingDecember 16th, 2004
India’s intelligence services are using remote viewing as an intelligence gathering tool.
Drug Studies FraudulentDecember 16th, 2004
The research, presented at a medical meeting in October, created a stir because it was from the nation’s largest women’s health study and found that women on the pill had lower risks of heart disease and no increased risk of breast cancer. That was contrary to what many previous studies had found.
Linux: Fewer Bugs Than RivalsDecember 16th, 2004
Linux advocates have long insisted that open-source development results in better and more secure software. Now they have statistics to prove it.
Mystery of ‘chirping’ pyramid decodedDecember 16th, 2004
Acoustic analysis shows how temple transforms echoes into sounds of nature.
Air-travel rules are official secretsDecember 15th, 2004
Want to see the federal government’s regulation authorizing airport security personnel to pat you down before boarding a plane? You can’t. It’s a secret rule.
US Marines Tortured Iraqi ChildrenDecember 15th, 2004
Documents recently recently under the Freedom of Information ACT (FOIA) show that US Marines not only abused and murdered adult Iraqies but also abused children.
Local UFO sightings still remain mysteryDecember 15th, 2004
Several military aircraft from the Air Force and Marines were testing in China Lake airspace two weeks ago when some people reported unidentified flying objects but Navy authorities insist none of the testing occurred during the time of the UFO sightings.
Time to Reinvent Our FutureDecember 15th, 2004
We used to live within a worldview in which everything is interconnected and we knew we had responsibilities to act to ensure nature’s generosity and abundance would continue. But in the past century we’ve become blind to those interconnections and therefore have lost our sense of responsibility – and now it’s putting our future at risk.
Future retirees losing health care benefitsDecember 15th, 2004
Many companies are dropping their promise of health benefits for future retirees, who now might have to stay on the job longer and rely on government health care in their old age.
UK – UFO twinsDecember 15th, 2004
BONNYBRIDGE, Scotland’s UFO capital, is set to be twinned with the American city of Roswell
Australia – Govt to refund $47m to villageDecember 14th, 2004
The Federal coffer will be $47 million lighter this financial year after the Howard Government bowed to public pressure, granting GST concessions to retirement village residents receiving nursing and basic living care.
South Africa – Let the healing beginDecember 14th, 2004
One of the founding fathers of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa, Dr Saths Cooper, made an earnest call for Africans and Indians to reach out to each other.
Australia – UFO over SunraysiaDecember 14th, 2004
Frank McCormack is adamant that the objects he and his family saw in the sky over Mildura did not come out of a beer bottle.
Pakistan – UFO passes over Chinese cityDecember 14th, 2004
An unidentified flying object, or UFO, passed across the large north-western Chinese city of Lanzhou and apparently exploded in the suburbs, state media said.
UFO spotted in China: ReportDecember 13th, 2004
An unidentified flying object, or UFO, passed across the large northwestern Chinese city of Lanzhou and apparently exploded in the suburbs.
Ukraine prosecutors reopen investigation into Yushchenko poisoning allegationsDecember 13th, 2004
Ukrainian prosecutors Sunday reopened their investigation into allegations Viktor Yushchenko was poisoned after doctors treating the opposition leader confirmed he had been slipped the toxic chemical dioxin.
One-party tide tablesDecember 13th, 2004
The United States is in danger of becoming a one-party nation. This may happen not by an old-fashioned coup d’etat in which the opposition party is purged but by a suicidal Democratic leadership that has purged itself.
Fresh Spinach – A ‘SuperFood’ for Good HealthDecember 13th, 2004
Fresh organic raw spinach can cure a lot of what ails many people.
US Adopts National IDDecember 13th, 2004
In a chilling act more reminiscent of the now defunct Soviet Union or the Nazi regime of Adolph Hitler, the United States Congress passed legislation yesterday that requires the States to surrender their regulatory rights over driver’s licenses and birth certificates to The Department of Homeland Security.
From football dropout to healerDecember 12th, 2004
Ricky Williams, former star football player, has dropped out of the NFL to become a holistic healer.
Ohio township ready for UFO landingDecember 12th, 2004
Community firefighters in Deefield Township, OH, have developed a plan for dealing with UFO landings.
1952 military engagement with UFOs myth or mystery?December 12th, 2004
A Port Orange, FL, man details the day in 1952 when the Air Force took on UFOs.
New German genetic engineering law and reactionsDecember 10th, 2004
A milestone for the retention of GMO-free agriculture was set by the German parliament on 26 November. The federal council’s veto of the bill was overruled by the majority vote of the red-green coalition.
Over 5,500 Military Deserters Since Iraq InvasionDecember 10th, 2004
Risking their own death from the penalty of desertion, more than 5,500 U.S. servicemen have fled the military rather than be sent to Iraq to torture and kill innocent civilians.
Sailor Refuses Deployment in Protest of WarDecember 10th, 2004
A Navy petty officer opposed to the war in Iraq refused to board his ship Monday as sailors and Marines deployed for the Persian Gulf.
Giant Pacific Octopus is a Great MomDecember 9th, 2004
A Giant Octopus has proven to be a devoted mother at the Alaska Sealife Center. Demonstrating intelligence as well as tenacity she has gone without eating for months while protecting her offspring.
Congress Seeks to Bully Countries that won’t exempt US from International Criminal CourtDecember 9th, 2004
American Congress shows its fascist tendencies by planning to withhold aid to countries that don’t exempt Americans from the International Criminal Court. Why should Americans be allowed to commit crimes agaist humanity?
Got Milk – Get PoisonedDecember 8th, 2004
RbGH, the genetically-engineered bovine growth hormone that artificially increases milk production in cows, continues to stir controversy and resistance.
FBI Confirms US Abuse of Guatanamo PrisonersDecember 7th, 2004
FBI agents saw military interrogators use abusive tactics on prisoners at the naval base at Guantanamo Bay, confirming allegations of torture made by former detainees and the Red Cross.
Japan threatens huge dollar sell-offDecember 7th, 2004
Japan is warning the White House that there will be ‘enormous capital flight’ from the dollar if the Bush administration maintains its laissez-faire approach to the mounting currency crisis.
Governor Frankenfood Named New USDA SecretaryDecember 7th, 2004
In the year 2000, George Bush became President of the United States of Monsanto-land. Bush had been bought and paid for by Monsanto, and genetic engineering and biotechnology were about to become Bush’s number one agenda
The Return of PSYOPS – More Govt. LiesDecember 6th, 2004
The U.S. military lied to CNN in the course of executing psychological warfare operations, or PSYOPS, in advance of the recent attack on Fallujah. This incident raises serious questions about government disinformation and journalistic credibility.
The Cuban Biotech RevolutionDecember 6th, 2004
Embargo or no, Castro’s socialist paradise has quietly become a pharmaceutical powerhouse. (They’re still working on the capitalism thing.)
Bush Leads Assault on EnvironmentDecember 6th, 2004
George Bush’s new administration, and its supporters controlling Congress, are setting out to dismantle three decades of US environmental protection.
Prairie Dogs Have Their Own LanguageDecember 5th, 2004
Prairie dogs have different “words” for tall human in yellow shirt, short human in green shirt, coyote, deer, red-tailed hawk and many other creatures.
Are you a believer? Video might make you wonderDecember 3rd, 2004
Mount Adams has become a hotbed for UFO believers who claim to have witnessed extraterrestrial travel there night after night.
Air Pollution Causes Heart DamageDecember 2nd, 2004
Air pollution clearly causes immediate damage to the heart, including heart attacks, but its short-term effects on asthma and other respiratory symptoms are harder to document.
Feds Fine Two Biotech Companies for Seed GaffesDecember 2nd, 2004
Federal regulators recently fined two biotech companies more than $5,600 for improperly handling genetically modified crops.
Navajo gang expert offers solutionsDecember 1st, 2004
When Jared Lewis, a former officer with the Modesto Police Department in California and currently an expert on gang activity, went to the Navajo Reservation a few years ago for research purposes he emerged stunned.
The mysterious miracle workerDecember 1st, 2004
At 19, he is said to have cured a rock star and an astronaut and everyone wants a piece of this private young healer. But as ALEXANDRA GILL reports, nobody really understands what he does
Canadian Protesters Condemn ‘War Criminal’ BushDecember 1st, 2004
Holding up signs calling US president George Bush a “war criminal” and “liar,” several thousand demonstrators marched on the parliament buildings in Canada’s capital Ottawa to protest against his visit, the US-led war in Iraq and a host of other issues.
Nova Scotia to join ban on junk food in schoolsDecember 1st, 2004
Satisfying a junk food craving will not be easy for students in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick in the near future as both provinces plan to pull unhealthy food choices out of schools.