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The Weather Isn’t Getting Weirder

The latest research belies the idea that storms are getting more extreme. WSJ By Anne Jolis Last week a severe storm froze Dallas under a sheet of ice, just in time to disrupt the plans of the tens of thousands of (American) football fans descending on the city for the Super Bowl. On the other side of the globe, Cyclone Yasi slammed northeastern Australia, destroying homes and crops and ...Read full article...

IMF calls for Alternative Reserve Currency, Again

CNNMoney February 11, 2011 The International Monetary Fund issued a report Thursday on a possible replacement for the dollar as the world’s reserve currency. The IMF said Special Drawing Rights, or SDRs, could help stabilize the global financial system. SDRs represent potential claims on the currencies of IMF members. They were created by the IMF in 1969 and can be converted into whatever currency a borrower requires at exchange ...Read full article...

Scientists abandon drilling at Antarctic Lake Vostok

Lake had been isolated by ice for 14 million years.  May have been polluted it as they left Popular Science Winter has stymied a Russian-led effort to drill into an Antarctic lake that has been buried for 14 million years, scientists said this week. Just 96 feet short of their goal, scientists had to put their tools away and wait out the rapidly approaching Antarctic winter. But they don’t ...Read full article...

Egyptian torturers trained by FBI

The US provided officers from the Egyptian secret police with training at the FBI, despite allegations that they routinely tortured detainees and suppressed political opposition. Telegraph According to leaked diplomatic cables, the head of the Egyptian state security and investigative service (SSIS) thanked the US for “training opportunities” at the FBI academy in Quantico, Virginia. The SSIS has been repeatedly accused of using violence and brutality to help prop ...Read full article...

Obamacare Would Reduce Employment by 800,000 Workers

The Weekly Standard Testifying today before the House Budget Committee, Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Director Doug Elmendorf confirmed that Obamacare is expected to reduce the number of jobs in the labor market by an estimated 800,000. Here are excerpts from the exchange: Chairman Ryan: “t’s been argued…that the new health care law will create jobs and increase labor force participation. But if I recall from your analysis, it was ...Read full article...

Functional Immortality: The Case for Accepting Transhumanism

Computers are getting faster. Everybody knows that. Also, computers are getting faster faster — that is, the rate at which they're getting faster is increasing. Read full article...

Artificial Immortal Micro-Organisms

The Pentagon’s advanced-research arm, to bring synthetic biology to a new level of creepiness By Karla Starr PopSci.com February 10, 2011 Darpa has dedicated $6 million to a new program called BioDesign, which according to the agency’s budget is an attempt to eliminate “the randomness of natural evolutionary advancement” and create synthetic organisms for specific functions—for instance, microorganisms that clean up oil spills or skin cells that an army ...Read full article...

Derivatives: The Real Reason Bernanke Funnels Trillions Into Wall Street

by Graham Summers We’ve been over the numerous BS excuses that US Dollar destroyer extraordinaire Ben Bernanke has made for QE enough times that today I’d rather simply focus on the REAL reason he continues to funnel TRILLIONS of Dollars into the Wall Street Banks. I’ve written this analysis before. But given the enormity of what it entails, it’s worth repeating. The following paragraphs are the REAL reason Bernanke ...Read full article...

Obama Launches Total Media Takeover

Kurt Nimmo Infowars.com February 8, 2011 Even the Washington Post describes it like something out of Orwell’s 1984. The FCC has approved a presidential alert system. Obama may soon appear on your television or call your cell phone to warn you about the next specious al-Qaeda underwear bombing event. Commissioners voted last week to require television and radio stations, cable systems and satellite TV providers to participate in a ...Read full article...

Scientific Revolutions: Vaccines, viruses and evolution

NaturalNews.com In this interview, Dr Wakefield speaks at length about the interaction between human beings and infectious disease. This is perhaps the most in-depth discussion by Dr Wakefield that has ever been captured on camera about the long-term threat that vaccines pose to the future of humankind. Here’s some of what Dr Wakefield says about the importance of expanding our view of infectious disease beyond the stilted, dumbed-down conceptual ...Read full article...

Cães detectam com precisão o Câncer de Intestino

Isso abriria a possibilidade de desenvolvimento de testes para detectar a doença antes que se espalhe The Real Agenda 9 Fevereiro, 2011 A julgar pela pesquisa, os autores desse estudo indicaram que existem compostos químicos para tipos específicos de câncer que circulam no corpo humano e um cão pode cheirar.   Isso abriria, segundo uma equipe de peritos do Departamento de Cirurgia da Universidade de Kyushu, no Japão, a ...Read full article...

Preços Globais dos Alimentos atingem Novo Recorde

The Real Agenda 9 Fevereiro, 2011 Preços globais dos alimentos atingiram seu maior nível já registrado em janeiro e vão continuar a subir durante meses, a agência alimentar da ONU disse nesta quinta-feira, alertando que os países mais afectados poderão enfrentar turbulência. O aumento dos preços dos alimentos têm sido citados entre as forças motrizes da recente turbulência no norte da África, incluindo o Egito e a queda do ...Read full article...

Armas Biológicas de Ação Lenta

Por Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda 9 Fevereiro, 2011 É um projeto realizado no Japão para reduzir sua população, ser facilmente aplicado em outros países, se a mesma agenda continua a mostrar sucesso? Em 13 de junho de 2008 o New York Times informou sobre a adopção de uma política anti-obesidade no Japão, através da qual homens e mulheres entre as idades de 40 e 74 devem ter ...Read full article...

OMS: Crianças vacinadas contra H1N1 sofrem Narcolepsia

Casos de Narcolepsia foram registados em 12 países em pacientes que recentemente tinham recebido a vacina Pandemrix. Por Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda Fevereiro 9, 2011 Segundo a OMS, as pessoas afetadas são crianças e adolescentes, mas é necessária mais investigação para determinar com um 100 por cento de certeza que a causa da Narcolepsia é o uso da vacina. A Organização Mundial da Saúde (OMS) anunciou nesta ...Read full article...

‘Delayed-Action Biological Weapons’

By Frank Whalen Is a blueprint being carried out in Japan to reduce its population, one whose success could very easily be implemented in America if a similar agenda continued to creep forward? On June 13, 2008 The New York Times reported on the passage of an anti-fat law in Japan in which both men and women between the ages of 40 and 74 will be required to have ...Read full article...