Russia’s Commission against Pseudoscience has called for the Health Ministry to ban homeopathy; however, the psychological effect of the medicine will continue to ensure its popularity, expert in pharmaceutical economics Roland Cash told Sputnik. © PHOTO: PIXABAY Day After Blues: Russia’s 8 Best Food & Drinks to Cure a Hangover A recent memorandum on homeopathy by the […]
January 11, 2017 Contact: Janet Lathrop 413/545-0444 Raymond Bradley Ambarish Karmalkar AMHERST, Mass. – Results of a new study by researchers at the Northeast Climate Science Center (NECSC) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst suggest that temperatures across the northeastern United States will increase much faster than the global average, so that the 2-degrees Celsius […]
Gordon Duff – We had imagined that we had seen it all, the sewer of the internet, scams and cons of all kinds, but with our investigation of the death of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Scalia we have moved into a new “red zone.”
In 1954 I helped a friend place numerous small round antennae in a corn field near Ohio State University and we wired them together. Nine years later, as the Vietnam War got swinging, the university erected its first large radio telescope called The Big Ear. It covered an area larger than three football fields and […]
Iranian and US nuclear scientists have much to learn from each other. “Iran has world-caliber scientists and engineers.”
No power or force on earth can make a person change his mind about a cherished ideology. If the person does not love the truth, he will die defending his wicked ideology.
Dazzle them with real science if all else fails
Bring your own bomb or wait a bit, the Israelis will bring one along eventually…
by Don Fox (with Jim Fetzer) In accounting for the destruction of the World Trade Center on 9/11, there are three contending factions within the 9/11 research community. While virtually everyone agrees that WTC-7 was brought down in a (classic) controlled demolition, they differ with respect to how the Twin Towers were destroyed, which was […]
Iran’s Supreme Leader says: Pop the Islamophobic propaganda bubble and think for yourself!
– Its simple; phased array antennas such as use on the spy-1 S-band radar system are easily jamable when confronted with a two point jamming signal that is out of phase and widely spaced. It usually uses two jamming antennas spaced about 35 feet apart mounted on the wing tips of the jet. See the attached Chinese paper on cross eye jamming and how it works.
– Hot fusion was the cold war quest. Besides the space race, fusion was the socio scientific dream. The loss of hope … the loss of myth …
– Today Lockheed announced that it will have fusion reactors running American warships in 20 years. Based on our publications on negative buoyancy this month, we don’t even begin to know how to respond.
Our sense organs detect different frequencies of energies or vibrations. The ears detect sound. The skin detects vibration. The eyes detect light.
“The first thing you need to know about Goldman Sachs is that it’s everywhere. The world’s most powerful investment bank is a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money.”
Those mysterious agriglyphs that crop up almost routinely in (mostly) British farmland cannot escape the same kind of critical analysis applied by seasoned critics to various products of creativity — exploring the how and the why of the product’s elements by focusing, in part, on its style.
Documents from 1966 reveal the mission of the military and federal agencies to modify the climate.
Science is the journal of the American Academy for the advancement of Science. It is peer-reviewed, hence it is ‘authentic,’ and ranks second to the London published Nature, as a general scientific source. Both are published as slick magazines weekly.
What do I mean by that? I recruit and train writers, do private lectures on history, give some intel access where "allowed" and write when I have time.
We’ve lost one of the best people on the planet – Lynn Margulis, National Medal of Science winner, the most eminent scientific voice of 9/11 truth.
War of the Worldviews is a debate book which puts spiritualism against science and explodes on both
Science will surely remain one-eyed and lacking in depth-perception until it acknowledges the equal validity of subjective, sensory and spiritual experience.
What if infinite love and not the speed of light was the absolute constant of the Universe? My own personal experience and work as a psychotherapist, particularly in my work with veterans with PTSD, has demonstrated this great truth a truth that all human beings sense and respond to at their deepest level of consciousness.
SRC is now offering rewarding careers to US Veterans. They have recently teamed up with Hire Veterans in order to find highly qualified Veterans to help build up their already prestigious company. SRC currently has dozens of jobs offered to Veterans which can be found on Hire Veterans Online Job Board.
The current uprisings in Egypt and the Middle East of oppressed people seeking freedom is, I would venture, the gradual surfacing of a world wide innate need to unite in a collective state of social cooperation and altruism ~ the driving force of evolution. The latest advances in science could well be revealing this very same phenomenon is the basic stuff of molecular matter.
Calling all medical researchers the DOD CDMRP GWIR(Department of Defense- Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program on Gulf War Illness) has announced a short response for Research proposals. We need to help get this to all Medical Researchers, universities, and Medical Facilities. These funds are open world wide not just to US Researchers. Please help get […]
It’s been a brawl for years, this education culture war that seems to take on a particularly vicious turn in the heart of Texas. The latest and most important round, a drastic revision of the social studies curriculum standards to put a conservative spin on history and economics textbooks, was given preliminary approval after a series of heated meetings of the Texas Board of Education that didn’t do much to improve the image of the nation’s second largest state as a sometimes small-minded political and educational backwater.