Day: May 24, 2012

Barcode everyone at birthBig Brother

Barcode everyone at birth

This week science fiction writer Elizabeth Moon argues that everyone should be given a barcode at birth.
FBI Quietly Forms Secretive Web-Surveillance UnitBig Brother

FBI Quietly Forms Secretive Web-Surveillance Unit

The FBI has recently formed a secretive surveillance unit with an ambitious goal: to invent engineering that will allow police
Groups Concerned Over Arming Of Domestic DronesPolice State

Groups Concerned Over Arming Of Domestic Drones

By CBS News With the use of domestic drones increasing, concern has not just come up over privacy issues, but
UEFA EURO 2012 Official China Promotion Shows London DestroyedPredictions and Prophecies

UEFA EURO 2012 Official China Promotion Shows London Destroyed

After seeing something like that, at the mouth overflowing with only the word offensive. Chinese TV Now TV has created
Patent US5003186 – Stratospheric seeding for reduction of global warmingInteresting News

Patent US5003186 – Stratospheric seeding for reduction of global warming

Here is the chemtrails patent: “A method is described for reducing atmospheric or world-wide warming resulting from the presence of
Airplane Passenger Claims RFID Chip; Thrown In Jail After Landing…Interesting News

Airplane Passenger Claims RFID Chip; Thrown In Jail After Landing…

By CNN News A passenger who claimed to have a “device surgically implanted” inside her spurred authorities to divert a
The 46-Hour Window: War-Gaming Greek Euro Exit LoomsEconomy & Money

The 46-Hour Window: War-Gaming Greek Euro Exit Looms

Greece may possibly have only a 46-hour window of opportunity should it want to plot a route out of the
Obama’s Birth Records Verified By HawaiiPolitics

Obama’s Birth Records Verified By Hawaii

By OSKAR GARCIA Huffington Post The state of Hawaii has verified President Barack Obama’s birth records to Arizona’s elections chief
Stuxnet 2.0? New computer virus hits Iran in unprecedented cyberattackTerrorism

Stuxnet 2.0? New computer virus hits Iran in unprecedented cyberattack

Web security firm Kaspersky Lab announced on Monday that it had uncovered a ‘cyber-espionage worm’ created to gather and delete delicate data,
Oxford University to probe ‘yeti’ DNAThe Unknown

Oxford University to probe ‘yeti’ DNA

By Duncan Geere Supposed yeti remains are being put under the microscope in a collaboration between Oxford University and the
Electricity generated from water: BlackLight Power announces major breakthroughScience & Space

Electricity generated from water: BlackLight Power announces major breakthrough

Leading academic and industry experts have validated BlackLight’s new process that directly produces electric energy from the conversion of water
Face-To-Face With An Ancient Human From 7,500 BCEInteresting News

Face-To-Face With An Ancient Human From 7,500 BCE

By Alton Parrish A reconstruction based on the skull of Norway’s best-preserved Stone Age skeleton makes it possible to study
German Gov Is Able To Decrypt PGP And SSHInteresting News

German Gov Is Able To Decrypt PGP And SSH

By Achim Sawall The federal government declared that its intelligence agencies generally are able, to decrypt PGP and Secure Shell,
Done: Dragon Capsule Now Successfully Attached to ISSScience & Space

Done: Dragon Capsule Now Successfully Attached to ISS

This day will go down in history as the first time a commercial organization has their personal spacecraft connected to
Japanese man cooks, serves own genitalsMore News

Japanese man cooks, serves own genitals

A Japanese artist cooked his own genitals and served them to five paying diners in Tokyo to cover the medical
Obama Twice Mistakenly Mentions ‘My Sons,’ While Defending Contraception MandatePolitics

Obama Twice Mistakenly Mentions ‘My Sons,’ While Defending Contraception Mandate

By Terence P. Jeffrey In two campaign speeches over the last two days, President Barack Obama has twice mistakenly mentioned
Calcium Supplements Linked to Heart Attack RiskFood & Health News

Calcium Supplements Linked to Heart Attack Risk

By KATIE MOISSE Taking calcium supplements to build stronger bones may be bad for the heart, according to a new