Archive for January, 2005 : New Animal WarningsJanuary 31st, 2005
The beaching of a large pod of whales in North Carolina may signify more unusual geologic events.
Reaping the fruits of debt reliefJanuary 29th, 2005
Tinde Primary School would strike terror into the heart of any North American teacher, or indeed any parent. Students sit three to a rickety metre-wide wooden desk.
Feds Sued To Stop Insane Mining DevastationJanuary 29th, 2005
Environmentalists have sued the federal government in an attempt to stop coal mining companies from lopping off the tops of mountains and dumping the rocks and dirt into valleys.
Feds Sued to Stop Killing of Giant TreesJanuary 29th, 2005
Environmentalists sued the federal government Thursday over plans to log in central California’s Giant Sequoia National Monument, home to two-thirds of the world’s largest trees.
Microsoft Lies About LinuxJanuary 29th, 2005
In an attempt to slow loss of market-share, Microsoft has gone from simple propaganda to blatant lying about Linux – the community developed open-source operating system that is vastly superior to any version of MS Windows.
Haunted Places in MontanaJanuary 29th, 2005
Occurrences that cannot be explained. There has been numerous reports of ghost hauntings, ufo’s, and even Bigfoot.
Close encounter with UFO supports government conspiracy theoryJanuary 29th, 2005
Our latest UFO report concerns an incident that happened more than 45 years ago, yet this is the first time it has been told.
Former Attorney General For Bush ImpeachmentJanuary 28th, 2005
Former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark Calls For Bush Impeachment.
Global Warming Worse Than Previously ThoughtJanuary 28th, 2005
Myles Allen who is the principal investigator of a major new study conducted by the ClimatePrediction.net project warns the effects of global warming may be twice as bad as previously thought.
GE crops gain ground amid fears about liabilityJanuary 28th, 2005
Sales of genetically engineered seeds (GE) in Vermont jumped for the third consecutive year in 2004
Monsanto has GM crop plans for $1 billion seed firmJanuary 28th, 2005
In a bid to tighten it’s grip on the world seed market, Monsanto is buying the world’s largest fruit & vegetable seed company.
Healing Touch used to comfort African AIDS/HIV sufferersJanuary 27th, 2005
Healing Touch used to comfort African AIDS/HIV sufferers.
Energy healing offered at major CT hospitalsJanuary 27th, 2005
Energy healing is being offered at some major hospitals in Connecticut.
Microwaving IraqJanuary 25th, 2005
‘Pacifying’ Rays Pose New Hazards In Iraq. Are you next to be microwaved?
Evil Empire Rolls Out ‘Terminator’ RobotJanuary 25th, 2005
The empire of evil has come a step closer to the futuristic world of movies like “Terminator” with its own terminator robot.
ALF Liberates DeerJanuary 25th, 2005
The ALF recently liberated deer from a deer ‘farm’ in California.
UFO Sighting and Strange Signals reported again in Indian OceanJanuary 24th, 2005
People are again reporting heavy UFO sighting in Nicobar Island, Andaman, India, Maldives, and Sri Lanka coastal areas.
UFO reports found in Brittain’s unclassified docsJanuary 23rd, 2005
Thousands of classified documents detailing credible observations of unidentified flying objects reported by RAF personnel, British Airways pilots and senior police officers, have been released.
The Ten Best Writers On The InternetJanuary 23rd, 2005
John Kaminski summarizes ten of the most important writers on the Internet.
The Supernatural is Super BoringJanuary 22nd, 2005
Are TV producers trying to cash-in on the interest in a larger version of reality or trying to take up the shelf-space so that legitimate programs don’t find an audience?
Thailand – Ghost Stories Haunting Thailand’s Tsunami ZonesJanuary 20th, 2005
Many Thais believe ghosts are wandering tsunami-hit beaches, spooking taxi drivers, making the Andaman Sea hungry for more victims, and jinxing an economic recovery for devastated resorts.
Strange aerial light is reportedJanuary 19th, 2005
When Teresa Alexander of Seaford drove to the Rehoboth Beach area with her husband to do some Black Friday holiday shopping, “they were not alone.”
Nutrition Watchdogs Urge Firing of Lynn SwannJanuary 18th, 2005
Nutrition advocates and government watchdogs called for the firing of Lynn Swann, the chairman of the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports and stooge for the garbage food industry.
McDonald’s CEO Dies From ‘McDonald’s’ DietJanuary 18th, 2005
Bell is the second McDonald’s CEO in a row to die from eating the type of food that McDonalds peddles.
Will the US Tolerate a Venezuelan-Chinese Pact?January 18th, 2005
America’s sneaky and illegal war against democracy in Venezula forced President Chavez to seek other business partners. Now that Venezeuela has made deals with the Chinese for development of new oil fields and agreed to sell China oil, what will America do next?
Ravens’ Interaction With Oil Rigs StudiedJanuary 18th, 2005
They’re a marvel of nature, birds that survive in a climate as hot as the Mojave Desert yet adapt quite comfortably in the coldest region of America’s coldest state.
Monsanto Assault on US farmers DetailedJanuary 15th, 2005
The Center for Food Safety released an extensive review of Monsanto’s use and abuse of U.S. patent law to control the usage of staple crop seeds by U.S. farmers.
Federation of American Scientists UnscientificJanuary 14th, 2005
The Federation of American Scientists has proven itself unscientific and a minion of government disinformation.
US Government Proposal Puts Food Supply at RiskJanuary 14th, 2005
New guidelines proposed by the FDA will ensure that our food supply is even more dangerous.
Remote Viewing in India Helps Catch Paki SpiesJanuary 14th, 2005
Remote viewing and field intelligence help India find connection between Pakistan’s ISI and insurgents like ULFA and Naxals in India.
Killing Versus HelpingJanuary 10th, 2005
Bush and Blair no longer seem able to see the difference.
Life, ReinventedJanuary 10th, 2005
A group of MIT engineers wanted to model the biological world. But, damn, some of nature’s designs were complicated! So they started rebuilding from the ground up – and gave birth to synthetic biology.
Monsanto Fined $1.5 Million for BriberyJanuary 8th, 2005
Monsanto was recently fined for bribing Indonesian govt. officials. No fines were issued for bribing US govt. officials.
Monsanto Seeks Approval for GE AlfalfaJanuary 7th, 2005
Monsanto is about to unleash another one of it’s monsters on the world. Voice your opposition.
9 Arrested in Biotech ProtestJanuary 7th, 2005
Protesters of plans to build a massive biotech-research park on a rural citrus grove dumped rotten fruit in a foyer and used bicycle locks to fasten their necks to a staircase handrail. Two were charged with felony criminal mischief.
Islands in the UniverseJanuary 5th, 2005
Have we lost the intuitive abilities that the primitives still have?
Humble Beginnings No Excuse for TortureJanuary 5th, 2005
Peace Action unequivocally calls for the rejection of Fascist Alberto Gonzales as Attorney General.
UK – Beastie Boys UFO EncounterJanuary 4th, 2005
BEASTIE BOY ADAM HOROVITZ was left spooked on more than one occasion last year (04) – when he spotted what he thinks were UFOs.
Russia Joins Iran in Fighting UFO’sJanuary 3rd, 2005
Russia and Iran have agreed to a joint program studying the UFO phenomenon after a series of sightings of unidentified flying objects.
Rash of UFOs in Eastern HemisphereJanuary 3rd, 2005
It’s been a busy December for skywatchers in the Eastern Hemisphere, as citizens of Indonesia, China and Australia have all reported seeing unidentified flying objects.
Panamanians Protest 15th Anniversary of US InvasionJanuary 3rd, 2005
Panama residents remember the victims of the US invasion of their country and senseless murder of thousands of civilians 15 years ago.
Bush Give Faith-Based Orgs over $1 Billion in 2003January 3rd, 2005
All told, faith-based organizations were awarded $1.17 billion in 2003.
Remote Viewing Saved Tribe from TsunamiJanuary 2nd, 2005
The rescue teams are observing some strange things as they are reaching these remote tribal areas for rescue and relief. While there is massive unbelievable devastation, the primitive tribes are relatively unaffected though most of them lived close by the ocean. According to some of the tribal leaders, earth communicates to them. And this time they could see it coming in their remote viewing periscopes.
National Endowment for Anti-DemocracyJanuary 2nd, 2005
National Endowment for Death Squads? The AFL-CIO and the NED US journalist Jon Quaccia writes: Few tax payers familiar with the National Endowment for Democracy, a publicly funded yet privately owned organization operating in at least forty countries. NED’s mission? To help the United States set up capitalist economies around the world, backed by regimes that are friendly to US big business.