Friday, September 30, 2011

UN Women: Fighting for Women's Rights

UN Women: Fighting for Women's Rights:

Projects in thirty-four countries around the world are receiving funding for groundbreaking efforts to protect women and girls from violence, one of the many projects promoted by UN Women.

GLOBAL HEALTH magazine www.globalhealthmagazine.com



Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Economists: Obama plan would help

Economists: Obama plan would help: Experts say the $447 billion American Jobs Act would likely prevent a 2012 recession.

Spanish scientists trial promising HIV vaccine

Spanish scientists trial promising HIV vaccine:
The MVA-B vaccine draws on the natural capabilities of the human immune system to combat t...
Researchers at the Spanish Superior Scientific Research Council (CSIC) have successfully completed Phase I human clinical trials of a HIV vaccine that came out with top marks after 90% of volunteers developed an immunological response against the virus. The MVA-B vaccine draws on the natural capabilities of the human immune system and “has proven to be as powerful as any other vaccine currently being studied, or even more", says Mariano Esteban, head researcher from CSIC's National Biotech Centre...
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Publication Practices for Transparent Government

Publication Practices for Transparent Government:
Government transparency is a widely agreed upon goal, but progress on achieving it has been very limited. One reason for this is the absence of specifically prescribed data practices that will foster transparency. To progress public understanding of government operations, transparency initiatives need to embrace four underlying principles in order to ensure that the government is not simply proliferating data, but rather is increasing the public's connection to government information, says Jim Harper, director of information policy studies at the Cato Institute.

Extreme Weather Events Are Killing Fewer People than Ever Before

Extreme Weather Events Are Killing Fewer People than Ever Before:
Despite concerns about global warming and a large increase in the number of reported storms and droughts, the world's death rate from extreme weather events was lower from 2000 to 2010 than it has been in any decade since 1900, according to a new Reason Foundation study. Chronicling extreme weather categories of droughts, floods, wildfires, storms (hurricanes, cyclones, tornadoes, typhoons, etc.) and extreme temperatures, both hot and cold, the study found:

The Best Investment You Can Make

Education and job: The Best Investment You Can Make:

Education_Over_Time


Derek Thompson fears for the undereducated:



Why should we care that people go to college? Because in a world of immense risk, higher education might be the last slamdunk bet. Seven of the ten fastest growing jobs in the next 10 years require a bachelor's degree or higher. Each additional level of education correlates with lower unemployment rates and higher earnings. Employment for workers with Masters, professional, or associates degrees are expected to grow almost twice as fast as the overall job market in the next decade. The benefits of college are quite clear.



James Joyner agrees. Chart via Kay Steiger.



Over the Horizon: U.S. Army Must Define Role in a Future With No Enemies

operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, the U.S. Army has shifted
from being a force focused on high-intensity conventional combat to
one more comfortable fighting a counterinsurgency. Armed with the experience developed in the War on Terror, how will the Army move
forward to face new challenges and threats? The answers involve political and
military considerations that may contradict each other.

[Bumi memasuki jaman baru dimana tidak ada permusuhan skala besar lagi. Era musuh besar Soviet dan Al-Qaeda sudah menunjukkan tanda berakhir. Militer Amerika harus mendefinisikan-ulang peran mereka]

Absolute Zero

Detailed economic analysis about deflation and US economic crisis 2011  Absolute Zero:

Who are you? People yearn for positive perception about themselves

Who are you? People yearn for positive perception about themselves: (Medical Xpress) -- People care about how others view them and will go to great lengths to repair negative perceptions, a new University of Michigan study found.

Green Blog: Climate Change Takes a Toll on Cultures

Green Blog: Climate Change Takes a Toll on Cultures: In some places, shifts in ecosystems require indigenous cultures to rapidly adapt or perish as their traditional means of subsistence becomes harder to sustain.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Pakistan and 'The Haqqani Network' : The Latest Orchestrated Threat to America and The End of History

The new enemy to continue reason for war: Pakistan and 'The Haqqani Network' : The Latest Orchestrated Threat to America and The End of History:

'President Obama’s claim that he had Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden exterminated deflated the threat from that long-serving bogyman. A terror organization that left its leader, unarmed and undefended, a sitting duck for assassination no longer seemed formidable. Time for a new, more threatening, bogyman, the pursuit of which will keep the “war on terror” going.

The 250-Year-Old Bagua Master

Secret to live up to 250 years? The 250-Year-Old Bagua Master:
Li Ching-YuenThe other day I quite randomly came upon the story of Li Ching-Yuen, the bagua master that reportedly lived around 250 years. This from Wikipedia, or the NY Times Obituary:

He began gathering herbs in the mountain ranges at the age of ten, and also began learning of longevity methods, surviving on a diet of herbs and rice wine. He lived this way for the first 100 years of his life. In 1749, when he was 71 years old, he moved to Kai Xian to join the Chinese army as a teacher of the martial arts and as a tactical advisor.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

80 ‘Days of Rage’ Protesters Arrested Saturday, Accuse Police of ‘Exceedingly Violent’ Response

The global economic system based on Wall Street's capitalism is in serious problem. The global economic change is already happening.
80 ‘Days of Rage’ Protesters Arrested Saturday, Accuse Police of ‘Exceedingly Violent’ Response:

A female protester is restrained by police during the "Occupy Wall Street" demonstration in New York City, Saturday Sept. 24, 2011. (Photo credit: WNYC)

NEW YORK (The Blaze/AP) — About 80 people were arrested Saturday as demonstrators who were camped out near the New York Stock Exchange marched through lower Manhattan, police said.

Money is Fiction!

Protest at Wall Street, Sept 24, 2011 

Money is Fiction!: Episode 423 of This American Life, The Invention of Money. Remember this next time a politician claims your country doesn’t “have enough money” to pay for something.

Protesters arrested in anti-Wall Street rally - Americas - Al Jazeera English

Global economic system in crisis Protesters arrested in anti-Wall Street rally - Americas - Al Jazeera English

Friday, September 23, 2011

The Future of Nuclear: Fukushima Spews, Los Alamos Burns, Vermont Rages & We Almost Lost Nebraska'

The Future of Nuclear: Fukushima Spews, Los Alamos Burns, Vermont Rages & We Almost Lost Nebraska':
In light of the Fukushima meltdown, Germany and Switzerland are now phasing out it's nuclear power plants, last week Italy voted against starting a nuclear programme and the Chinese government has suspended approvals for new plants while it reviews their safety. At this juncture it seems reasonable to ask the question 'Are we seeing the beginning of the end of nuclear?'

Top 10 Most Visited Countries by Tourists, Beautiful Girls Photography, Top 10 Bollywood Actresses Under 30 and more

Top 10 Most Visited Countries by Tourists, Beautiful Girls Photography, Top 10 Bollywood Actresses Under 30 and more:


Top 10 Most Visited Countries by Tourists

Out of a global total of 940 million tourists, the top ten international tourism destinations in 2010 are shown in the above chart.
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Scientists Reconstruct Video Clips From Brain Activity

Scientists Reconstruct Video Clips From Brain Activity: I'm dumbfounded: UC Berkeley scientists have developed a system to capture visual activity in their brains and reconstruct it as digital video clips. Eventually, this process will allow you to record and reconstruct your own dreams on a computer screen.

Obama at the United Nations: The Arrogant Voice of Imperialism

Obama at the United Nations: The Arrogant Voice of Imperialism:

President Obama delivered an empty and arrogant sermon to the United Nations Wednesday, laced with platitudes about “peace” that were designed to mask Washington’s predatory policies.

The American president received a tepid response from the assembled heads of state, foreign ministers and UN delegates. Not a single line in his speech evoked applause. The novelty of two years ago, when Obama made his first appearance before the body posing as the champion of multilateral-ism in contrast to Bush, has long since worn off. As the world quickly learned, changing the occupant of the White House did little to shift the direction of American foreign policy or curb the spread of American militarism.

WTO says trade growth has slowed sharply

WTO says trade growth has slowed sharply: Loss of economic confidence harms export prospects, while another estimate says goods trade ground to a halt over the summer

Thursday, September 22, 2011

The 10 Most Important Trends in Business

The 10 Most Important Trends in Business: What is the single most important trend in business today? If there was a beauty contest or an arm wrestle to decide, then the big surprise would be the sheer number of contestants. Limiting the list to the ten most important trends in business today, there is a strong case for singling out just one of those as the most important. What would it be for you?

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Is Obama an underdog in 2012?

Is Obama an underdog in 2012?:
A look around the political landscape paints a grim picture for President Obama’s re-election prospects.
To wit:
* The unemployment rate stood at 9.1 percent in August, nearly two points above the highest that number has ever been and seen an incumbent president win a second term. Even the most optimistic economic prognosticators acknowledge that the unemployment rate is unlikely to drop in a significant way prior to November 2012.
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The 'Mobilizing Climate Finance' report for G20

The 'Mobilizing Climate Finance' report for G20:

Read in full the paper on how the global economy could finance climate change adaptation, commissioned by the G20 finance ministers


World's most-visited tourist attractions

World's most-visited tourist attractions:

The Louvre in Paris, France, is the world’s largest museum and attracts 8.5 million visitors annually.Ever heard of Everland or Lotte World? Most Americans have never planned a trip to these South Korean theme parks, yet they rank among the world’s 50 most-visited tourist attractions.

Economic Freedom of the World

Economic Freedom of the World:
The foundations of economic freedom are personal choice, voluntary exchange and open markets. The Economic Freedom of the World report seeks to measure the consistency of the institutions and policies of various countries with voluntary exchange and the other dimensions of economic freedom. The report is copublished by the Cato Institute, the Fraser Institute in Canada and more than 70 think tanks around the world.

World Bank: ditch fossil fuel subsidies to address climate change

World Bank: ditch fossil fuel subsidies to address climate change:
Leaked documents seen by Guardian say rich countries should use money to help poorer countries adapt to climate change
Leaked World Bank documents propose that rich countries should eliminate the $50bn a year they give in fossil fuel subsidies, in order to financially help poor countries address climate change.

Habibi: graphic novel is blends Islamic legend, science fiction dystopia, love and loss

Habibi: graphic novel is blends Islamic legend, science fiction dystopia, love and loss:
Craig Thompson's new graphic novel Habibi is an enormous and genre-busting graphic novel that blends Islamic mysticism, slave/liberation narratives and post-apocalyptic science fiction, creating a story that is erotic, grotesque, and profoundly moving.

Satellite Phone Provides Global Wi-Fi Hotspots

Satellite Phone Provides Global Wi-Fi Hotspots: Iridium's AxcessPoint technology will get you and your smart phone, tablet and/or laptop online from anywhere in the world.

IMF warns on global financial system

IMF warns on global financial system: Sovereign debt turmoil in Europe and the US has ‘thrown the financial system recovery into reverse’ for first time since 2008

The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World

The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World:

Pulitzer Prize-winner Daniel Yergin demonstrates how the global quest for energy will reshape our world.


The men who crashed the world

The men who crashed the world:

In the first episode of Meltdown, we hear about four men who brought down the global economy: a billionaire mortgage-seller who fooled millions; a high-rolling banker with a fatal weakness; a ferocious Wall Street predator; and the power behind the throne.

The crash of September 2008 brought the largest bankruptcies in world history, pushing more than 30 million people into unemployment and bringing many countries to the edge of insolvency. Wall Street turned back the clock to 1929.

But how did it all go so wrong?

Lack of government regulation; easy lending in the US housing market meant anyone could qualify for a home loan with no government regulations in place.

Also, London was competing with New York as the banking capital of the world. Gordon Brown, the British finance minister at the time, introduced 'light touch regulation' - giving bankers a free hand in the marketplace.

All this, and with key players making the wrong financial decisions, saw the world's biggest financial collapse.

IMF: Financial risks rising in US and Europe

IMF: Financial risks rising in US and Europe: The International Monetary Fund says the global financial system is more
vulnerable than at any point since the 2008 financial crisis.

Oil consumption around the world

Oil consumption around the world:
To add to yesterday’s post on energy trends, Stuart Saniford posts a graph of per capita oil consumption around the world:

The thing that sticks out — apart from Saudi Arabia’s profligacy in the past decade — is the fact that, for the wealthiest countries, oil use per person peaked back in the 1970s. After the OPEC spike, per capita consumption went down and stayed down. More recently, it’s started dipping again, as China, India and other developing countries use more oil.

Monday, September 19, 2011

A Robot in Every Home? We're Getting Close

A Robot in Every Home? We're Getting Close: Will we recognize our robot overlords when we meet them? “Say Cheese!” The burst of light to my right made me pause: my photo had just been taken. [More]


A new global political order

A new global political order:

For the first time in human history, the entire world is now politically awakened. Democratic participation and global cooperation are the best guarantees of social progress and stability. The world must take concrete steps in this direction.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

We’ve been warned: the system is ready to blow


Traders work at the New York Stock Exchange on 9 August. Photograph: Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images.  Only a new way of managing the global economy can prevent more mayhem in the markets and on the streets.  We’ve been warned: the system is ready to blow:



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Best Space Photos of the Week - Sept. 17, 2011

Best Space Photos of the Week - Sept. 17, 2011: Was it the comet that made a death plunge into the sun, an intriguing new crater on Mars or something else that grabbed you.

There Will Come a Time

There Will Come a Time:
Teacher Ophelius:

Today we will speak about a time of unity. This is a time when all people, races, religions, and nations will come together and "feel" that they are a part of the human family--brothers and sisters of this planet called Urantia. No longer will differences in culture or religion be viewed as something foreign or something to assimilate or eradicate, but will be looked at as something to treasure and revere as a rich rainbow of diversity that adds value to the whole of humanity.

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The Day the World Changed

The Day the World Changed:
Teacher Ophelius:

Today's message is about the day the world changed. On this day ten years ago the world changed. Human consciousness was moved like no other time in your history by a shocking and deconstructive act that would forever scar the memory of a generation and would directly or indirectly affect every individual living on the planet from that time forward. Whether you believe the official story or some variation of conspiracy, the real truth is that a very small number of people, out of 6.5 billion on the planet, used their will for deconstructive purposes to change the course of history and human consciousness on a planetary scale. That my friends is an example of the power of human will to cause a sweeping change in consciousness across a planet.

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Janus – Illuminati God Of Chaos And Deception


Urantia was for a very long time dominated by Evil and false Gods who terrorized and enslaved human being, and demanded victims and sacrifices and other mischief practices in religion and systems. Now they cannot do that anymore. The universe government has banished Lucifer and Satan, the chiefs of rebellion.
Janus is one of the evil gods who is worshipped right to the 21-th century by certain groups who wants to control the world.
Janus – Illuminati God Of Chaos And Deception:
Zen Gardner – Before Its News September 17, 2011
The irony is that people not only know their rulers and society overall are two-faced, they expect it. Whether consciously or subconsciously we all know lying and deception are inherent to the matrix that’s been foisted upon us
Another irony is that even in the definition of Janus there are two very different versions as to whom this mythological character really was.
Who Was Janus?




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Athena: A Thousand Years of Peace

Urantia will enter thousands years of peace, is the message from other world. We enter the Golden Age. There are changes everywhere. 11:11 Groups say this is correcting time. This is message from a spirit being named Athena.  
Athena: A Thousand Years of Peace:
Marlene Swetlishoff has a rather remarkable channeled message from June 2011 on her Rainbow Scribe website, which Byron has mentioned. In it a communicator who styles herself “Athena” discusses life in the near future and in the Golden Age. While I can’t vouch for all of what she says, much of it does sound accurate and all of it is suggestive. I don’t think it can hurt to ponder what she says but discretion is always recommended.

A Thousand Years of Peace

PATHWAY TO A THOUSAND YEARS OF PEACE
JUNE 4, 2011

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George Soros is EVIL? Oh, No

George Soros is EVIL? Oh, No:


George Soros is beyond EVIL (and glories in the fact, like others that I know while claiming to be the opposite).



Definition of evil: anything which impairs the happiness of a being or deprives a being of any good; anything which causes suffering of any kind to sentient beings; injury; mischief; harm; opposed to good.


Perfect.

Bewilderment at Increased Sightings of UFOs


Bewilderment at Increased Sightings of UFOs:

This article reflects the bewilderment many people are feeling at seeing the increasingly-frequent and inexplicable show of UFOs.


CNN – ABC News in Phoenix Reporting UFOs

By Scott McMan · September 15, 2011
http://www.ghosttheory.com/2011/09/15/abc-news-in-phoenix-reporting-strange-ufos
I don’t know about the rest of you, but it seems to me that UFO activity has become more and more intense the past few months. So much so that what was scoffed at in years past is now receiving mainstream news coverage on almost a regular basis.

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Team AMD FX sets Guiness record

Team AMD FX sets Guiness record: (PhysOrg.com) -- AMD has set the world record of fastest CPU with a speed frequency of 8.429 GHz, winning the company a place in the Guiness World Records. AMD’s yet-to-ship Bulldozer-based FX chips drew the Guinness ranking for the "Highest Frequency of a Computer Processor." The AMD-FX CPU is set to debut in Q4 2011.

Can science explain near-death experiences?

Can science explain near-death experiences?: Scientists are finding more and more ways to explain the various aspects of near-death experiences. Around three percent of people in the US have repo...

Greenpeace, WWF and Friends of the Earth across the decades – interactive

Greenpeace, WWF and Friends of the Earth across the decades – interactive:

As this year sees the 50th anniversary of WWF and the 40th anniversaries of Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace, this timeline charts the successes of the three green groups


Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Al-Qaeda Is Done

Al-Qaeda Is Done:

Or so says Fawaz Gerges:

Not only is al Qaeda philosophically out of step with the vast majority of Arabs, it is organizationally moribund. Today it comprises roving bands limited to the mountains and valleys of Pakistani tribal areas along the Afghan border, where bin Laden was assumed to be hiding; remote areas in Yemen along the Saudi border; and the wastes of the Sahara and Maghreb. Its actions show a consistent pattern of ineptitude. Its leadership increasingly relies on inexperienced freelancers or unskilled recruits. Al Qaeda peaked with the 9/11 attacks. As soon as they were over, the decline began.

Thomas Hegghammer and Andrew Exum complicate the narrative. But its core is true. And Obama made it happen. When you think of all the crass political mileage George W Bush squeezed out of the wars, while losing them, and compare it with the under-stated but lethal persistence of Obama, you see one core difference between Obama and the GOP: substance and style. Obama is earning the substance. And we know that, when necessary, he can weave it all together with some power. When necessary. And he feels like it.

Primary schoolchildren that sleep less than nine hours do not perform

Primary schoolchildren that sleep less than nine hours do not perform: A study by the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB in Spanish) and Ramón Llull University have researched the relationship between the sleeping habits, hours slept, and academic performance of children aged between six and seven years of age. Experts have found that sleeping less than nine hours, going to bed late and no bedtime routine generally affects children's academic skills.

Potentially habitable "Super-Earth" is among 50 newly discovered exoplanets [Astronomy]

Potentially habitable "Super-Earth" is among 50 newly discovered exoplanets [Astronomy]:
HD 85512 b is a rocky planet about 3.6 times the mass of Earth, located right at the edge of its star's habitable zone. That means it's capable of supporting life... and the early results suggest it's a very real possibility. More »


Monday, September 12, 2011

Peace of Mind: Near-Death Experiences Now Found to Have Scientific Explanations

Peace of Mind: Near-Death Experiences Now Found to Have Scientific Explanations:
Near-death experiences are often thought of as mystical phenomena, but research is now revealing scientific explanations for virtually all of their common features. The details of what happens in near-death experiences are now known widely--a sense of being dead, a feeling that one's "soul" has left the body, a voyage toward a bright light, and a departure to another reality where love and bliss are all-encompassing.
Approximately 3 percent of the U.S. population says they have had a near-death experience, according to a Gallup poll. Near-death experiences are reported across cultures, with written records of them dating back to ancient Greece. Not all of these experiences actually coincide with brushes with death-- one study of 58 patients who recounted near-death experiences found 30 were not actually in danger of dying, although most of them thought they were.
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Comet Elenin is no threat say NASA

Comet Elenin is no threat say NASA: NASA today stepped in to try to allay baseless fears that a comet heading into the solar system from deep space will trigger disaster on Earth.

Comet Elenin is no threat say NASA is a post from: Skymania News and Guide

New Earth-like planet could hold life

New Earth-like planet could hold life: A team of astronomers have discovered another terrestrial planet around a distant star which could turn out to be suitable for life. The planet, dubbed HD 85512b, has only recently been found using a special detector called the High Accuracy Radial velocity Planet Searcher (HARPS) spectrograph at La Silla Observatory in Chile. It is at [...]

New Earth-like planet could hold life is a post from: Skymania News and Guide

Hurricanes in New York — Blame Global Warming?

Hurricanes in New York — Blame Global Warming?:
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Google “Hurricane Irene” and ”global warming,” and you’ll find 23,000 sites where these two topics are both discussed.

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Prince Charles warns of 'sixth extinction event'

Prince Charles warns of 'sixth extinction event': In his first speech as the new President of the Worldwide Wildlife Fund (WWF) UK, Prince Charles suggested 'surviving ourselves' should be a priority.
Referring to himself as "an endangered species", he warned that the world is already in the "sixth extinction event", with species dying out at a much faster rate than at any time since the death of most of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.
Despite campaigning for years on global warming, he said climate change was not the only problem but merely speeding up the "rapacious" destruction of natural resources like water, land and food that humans need to survive.
The Prince said if the world carries on "business as usual" then the human race itself could be in danger.
"We are, of course, witnessing what some people call the sixth great extinction event - the continued erosion of much of the Earth's vital biodiversity caused by a whole host of pressures, from the rising demand for land to the corrosive effects of all kinds of pollution," he said.

Coral reefs 'will be gone by end of the century'

Coral reefs 'will be gone by end of the century': Coral reefs are on course to become the first ecosystem that human activity will eliminate entirely from the Earth, a leading United Nations scientist claims. He says this event will occur before the end of the present century, which means that there are children already born who will live to see a world without coral.

Arctic sea ice is melting at its fastest pace in almost 40 years

Arctic sea ice is melting at its fastest pace in almost 40 years:
The Northwest Passage was, again, free of ice this summer and the polar region could be unfrozen in just 30 years
Arctic may be ice-free within 30 years
Melting Arctic ice releasing banned toxins, warn scientists

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9/11 and the War on Terror: Polls Show What People Think 10 Years Later

9/11 and the War on Terror: Polls Show What People Think 10 Years Later:

Polls Show that Americans Think We Overreacted, Overspent and Weakened Ourselves Through the War on Terror

As the Brooking Institution reported yesterday, Americans that the government overreacted and overspent in reaction to 9/11:
These are a summary of findings of a new poll conducted by the Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA) and the Anwar Sadat Chair for Peace and Development at the University of Maryland.

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9/11 and the Conquest of Iraq

9/11 and the Conquest of Iraq:

The Center for Public Integrity identified 935 lies, (no doubt, a conservative estimate) Bush/Cheney and their neocon enablers told to justify attacking and occupying Iraq. And, they lied about many other things as well: domestic surveillance, the “war on terror,” torture, the Plame affair, etc. The list is endless. Yet, our minds recoil at the idea that they lied about the events of 9/11. This is because the implications are just too terrible to contemplate. We are left with Osama Bin Laden, because this is the person the Bush administration identified as the master-mind of these events.

What You Really Need to Know about 9-11

What You Really Need to Know about 9-11:
American Institute of Architects member Richard Gage has studied the collapse of World Trade Center towers 1, 2 and 7 in detail. The video of a speech he gave in San Francisco is two hours long. If you don't have the time to watch the full two hours, you will get the idea after a 10 to 20 minutes. But, if you want to understand the full story watch the complete video. The video starts here.

Astronomers find extreme weather on an alien world

Astronomers find extreme weather on an alien world: (PhysOrg.com) -- A University of Toronto-led team of astronomers has observed extreme brightness changes on a nearby brown dwarf that may indicate a storm grander than any seen yet on a planet. Because old brown dwarfs and giant planets have similar atmospheres, this finding could shed new light on weather phenomena of extra-solar planets.

15. Galactic Federation Of Light Wanderer of the Skies September 6 2011

15. Galactic Federation Of Light Wanderer of the Skies September 6 2011:

Added by Joe "Elijah" Nikols on September 8, 2011

Hints of dark matter reported, again

Hints of dark matter reported, again: But detectors differ on whether WIMPs have been spotted