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  • A startling Federal Security Service (FSB) report on the 22 July massacre in Norway states that two-days prior to this catastrophic attack Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg placed an “urgent” call to Putin “begging” Russia’s leader to help stop the events that left nearly 100 innocent civilians dead.
  • In an exclusive ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, Paul Hellyer, former Canadian Minister of Defense and Deputy Prime Minister under Pierre Trudeau, stated that abolition or nationalization of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank and disclosure and public application of new energy technologies such as anti-gravity propulsion now held in sequestered projects in the black budget national security state are a key to survival of the United States as a prosperous society, and to humanity’s survival and to its charting a positive future.
  • The Secret Space Program Conference was held on the 3rd of April 2011 in Amsterdam.
  • In fact, the quake was a bold faced lie, packing a political agenda. There is even more proof now, and it goes beyond the linked Japanese chart. This original seismic data is the smoking gun, however, I have something better. I finally suppressed the urge to vomit and analyzed the lies told by the USGS, and from them wrote this sad, sad story about how it really was, not what you will see in the video. Keep in mind that precise top speeds of flying debris cannot be determined with accuracy, but this story will at least be close to the numbers put out by the USGS.
  • The United States spends $20.2 billion annually on air conditioning for troops stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan — more than NASA's entire budget, NPR reported. In fact, the same amount of money that keeps soldiers cool is the amount the G-8 has committed to helping the fledgling democracies in Tunisia and Egypt. The necessary cooling costs so much because of the remote locations and danger involved in delivery equipment and fuel, Steven Anderson, a retired logistician who served under Gen.
  • Op 13 mei 2000 explodeert in Enschede SE Fireworks - diezelfde avond al legt burgermeester Mans arrest op het nog te vormen Vuurwerkramp Dossier -In Duitsland wordt Frits Pril snel na de ramp officieel dood verklaart, hoewel hij al die tijd in Enschede leeft als uitkeringsgerechtigde - Wat Gebeurde er op 13 mei 2000? Hoewel Frits Pril interviews aflegt bij de VARA en RTV Oost - worden deze nooit uitgezonden. Een exclusief verhaal van een Dode getuige die geen spaan overlaat van de officiele verklaring -
  • Parts of the south-west Africa nation of Namibia usually associated with heat and dust have been blanketed in snow. A storm brought sub zero temperatures and snow to the Namib-Naukluft Park this week, which local forecasters have described as an extremely rare event. The average overnight temperature, measured from Tuesday 18h00 until 06h00 Wednesday, was a record low of 2.1 degrees Celsius
  • (NaturalNews) Coca leaves have been chewed and consumed as tea for thousands of years in the high Andes. They are rich in many essential nutrients; they ease respiratory and digestive distress and are a natural stimulant and painkiller. Indigenous tradition and scientific studies have both confirmed that in their natural form, the leaves are completely safe and non-addictive -- it takes intensive processing and toxic chemical ingredients to produce cocaine. That's why more and more coca-containing products have started to hit the market in Andean countries in the past few years.
  • More speculation has been raised on the reasons for NATO's intervention in Libya. As RT's Laura Emmett reports, the organisation may have been trying to prevent Gaddafi from burying the American buck.
  • More speculation has been raised on the reasons for NATO's intervention in Libya. As RT's Laura Emmett reports, the organisation may have been trying to prevent Gaddafi from burying the American buck.
  • The Secret Agenda According to the Central Intelligence Agency's Fact Book, [1] the United States has carried on foreign intelligence activities since the days of George Washington, but only since World War II have they been coordinated on a government-wide basis. Under the provisions of the National Security Act of 1947, the NSC (National Security Council) and the CIA were established.
  • A flashmob in Washington has felt the full force of the law, by being forcibly arrested by police - for dancing in public. They'd gathered at the Jefferson Memorial in defiance of a ban on dancing at the monument. Among those held were RT America presenter Adam Kokesh, who says he was slammed to the ground by officers. The ban came in during 2008 when an activist sued police for arresting her for public dancing. The group say they were paying tribute to her as a champion of the First Amendment, guaranteeing freedom, and in response to US District Judge John D. Bates' ruling that denounced dancing on the site.
  • A flashmob in Washington has felt the full force of the law, by being forcibly arrested by police - for dancing in public. They'd gathered at the Jefferson Memorial in defiance of a ban on dancing at the monument. Among those held were RT America presenter Adam Kokesh, who says he was slammed to the ground by officers. The ban came in during 2008 when an activist sued police for arresting her for public dancing. The group say they were paying tribute to her as a champion of the First Amendment, guaranteeing freedom, and in response to US District Judge John D. Bates' ruling that denounced dancing on the site.
  • For the first time after the beginning of the "war" correspondents of Russian First Channel (national TV) came to Libya to make really independent of Western Media Propaganda Machine report about the situation in country.
  • Water may be as plentiful in the moon's interior as the Earth's, a study of Apollo mission lunar rocks has revealed. Trapped water was found in tiny volcanic glass beads returned to Earth in 1972 by the final manned mission to the moon, Apollo 17. Analysis of the samples suggests there could be 100 times more water in the lunar mantle, the thick rock layer beneath the surface crust, than was previously thought.
  • A new study has shown that microbes are present in the heart of these materials Living bacteria that gets whipped up into the sky may be just the spark needed for rain, snow and even hailstorms, research now finds. In June 2010, a hailstorm with stones of more than five centimeters in diameter in the state of Montana, United States, led to a unique singular discovery: bacteria may be responsible for the formation of rain, snow and hail. "I was on the campus of the University [State of Montana in Bozeman, in the United States] when these huge stones began to fall, breaking windows. We collected them and analyzed what existed in their center and we found large amounts of bacteria," explained Alexander Michaud, during a teleconference call to present the research at the 111th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, which ends on Tuesday (24th) in New Orleans, United States. The ice cubes were divided into four layers, melted down and their composition was analyzed separately. The closer Michaud and his colleagues got near the nucleus of the hail, the more bacteria there was. "They were alive, although it is not necessary for this to happen so they could form the hail," said Brent Christner, Louisiana State University, who also participated in the work. Their presence in the atmospheric region from which the hail is formed is an indicator that they may be one of those responsible for its formation. "What we can say now is that the bacteria had a part in creating this hail. Now how important is it on a global scale is not yet known, " said Christner. Normally, minerals and other particulates were considered responsible for agglutinating the particles of water present in the clouds until they are large enough to turn into rain, snow or sleet. For this to happen, however, the water must be at a temperature much lower than usually exists in the clouds. In other words: in theory the minerals should not be responsible for creating the nuclei that give rise to rain, ice and hail. The key may lie in bacteria. "We know of only 1% of microbes are able to create these nuclei. We still need to discover about the remaining 99%," explained Christner. The new research shows that a large variety of bacteria, and even fungi, diatoms and algae, are found in the clouds and can be used as precipitation starters, a growing field of study called bioprecipitation. The plant pathogen Psuedomonas syringae was studied and plays an important role in snow formation all over the world, including Antarctica, where there are few plants. Very good at creating ice at temperatures above the normal freezing point of water, the pathogen is equipped with a special substance that binds water molecules in an orderly arrangement, and in this way can more easily form ice particles.
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