… by Chip Tatum According to Boeing’s super secret development company Boeing Phantom Works and the Federal Government, you can not handle the truth! It refers to the Safety of Flight in ”Fly by Wire” (FBW) Aircraft. What is a Fly by Wire Aircraft you ask? Well simply put it is an aircraft that is flown by electronic signals rather than by cables or hydraulic systems. With the loss of Malaysian Air Flight 370, there has been a lot of speculation concerning the possibility of an electronic take over of the aircarft. Authorities have either evaded the questions or … Continue reading You Can’t Handle The Truth! Boeing’s Secret Patent
By Tara MacIsaac A growing number of scientists are calling for a shift in scientific methods to acknowledge phenomena commonly experienced but difficult to study according to conventional methods. Here’s a look at some insights from scientists who explore paranormal phenomena or matters related to human consciousness. They discuss how science can move forward. 1. Dr. Gary Schwartz Dr. Gary Schwartz received his doctorate from Harvard, taught psychiatry and psychology at Yale, and is now a professor at the University of Arizona. He has studied individuals who say they are able to predict the future. “If you’re going to test … Continue reading How to Prove the Paranormal: Scientists Discuss
German Gen. Anton Dostler is tied to a stake before his execution by a firing squad in Italy in December 1945. Photo courtesy National Archives and Records Administration/Colourized by Mads Madsen Is it time to bring back this method of capital punishment? Doctors say lethal injection is often botched and horrific. By Matt McCarthy Dennis McGuire clearly knew something was wrong. At 10:34 a.m. on Jan. 16, as a crowd at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility looked on, the convicted murderer began gasping for air. Then McGuire began to make snorting and choking sounds. For the next 10 minutes, as … Continue reading What’s the Best Way to Execute Someone?
According to one report, the owners of a valuable patent were aboard MA 370. If they died, the patent would belong to the company, Freescale Semiconductor, which is owned by Jacob Rothschild. Latest! Philip Wood, an IBM executive and passenger on MA370 may have got a message out that the plane was hijacked as part of a CIA operation and taken to Diego Garcia. Watch this! Jim Stone — IBM engineer got a message out from Diego Garcia ZZ- http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=pl&sl=pl&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fzezorro.blogspot.com%2F2014%2F03%2Fbreaking-gdzie-sa-porwani-w-malaysia.html by Alan Cundy (henrymakow.com) What happened to flight MA370, why and who could be involved? Let’s look at some of … Continue reading What Really Happened to Flight MA 370?
From artist James Bridle’s Drone Shadow series, Brixton, London. Photo courtesy James Bridle When is it ethical to hand our decisions over to machines? And when is external automation a step too far? by Tom Chatfield For the French philosopher Paul Virilio, technological development is inextricable from the idea of the accident. As he put it, each accident is ‘an inverted miracle… When you invent the ship, you also invent the shipwreck; when you invent the plane, you also invent the plane crash; and when you invent electricity, you invent electrocution.’ Accidents mark the spots where anticipation met reality and … Continue reading Automated ethics
A group of flight attendants as well as investigations by the EPA have exposed shocking revelations regarding the health dangers in the skies courtesy of most major airlines. The information should make you think twice before having that cup of coffee, using their pillows, headsets or even washing your hands in the lavatory. 1. Don’t Consume Any Water That Did Not Come From a Bottle Whatever you do, do not drink the water in the lav. They sanitize the water tank at selected maintenance intervals, however parasites build tolerances to the cleaners. And that thunderous volcanic toilet flush doesn’t exactly … Continue reading Flight Attendants Confess To 8 Ways Your Health Is Being Jeopardized On Airplanes
This graphic shows observed examples of climate change worldwide. Scientists expect Northern Brazil may lose 22 per cent of its annual rainfall by 2100, while the area around Chile could get a 25 per cent increase .Report said we have seen impacts of global warming on every continent .Experts warned people are ill prepared to cope with the dramatic change .It predicted violent conflicts, food shortages and infrastructure damage .Extreme weather will increase poverty and damage animal and sea life .One of the report’s contributors has accused the IPCC of being too ‘alarmist’ – and demanded his name be withdrawn … Continue reading ‘No one will be untouched’: Climate change will lead to war, famine and extreme weather, claims IPCC report
•All but the most eagle-eyed viewers tend to miss continuity errors in films •Researchers claim this is because we view the world in 15 second chunks •This means that most people will miss slight changes as our brains wash over them By Suzannah Hills and Fiona Macrae The Romans were certainly an advanced civilisation, but as far as we know, they never discovered gas propulsion. But a scene in the hit film Gladiator suggests otherwise when a chariot strikes a wall and flips over – revealing a gas canister hidden beneath. This is just one example of hundreds of continuity … Continue reading Why these hilarious Hollywood howlers don’t stop us enjoying a good film (it’s because our brains skip over them)
by Jeff Thomas The average person in the First World receives more information than he would if he lived in a Second or Third World country. In many countries of the world, the very idea of twenty-four hour television news coverage would be unthinkable, yet many Westerners feel that, without this constant input, they would be woefully uninformed. Not surprising, then, that the average First Worlder feels that he understands current events better than those elsewhere in the world. But, as in other things, quality and quantity are not the same. … Continue reading Question Everything
by Angie Riedel (1956-2013) It was somewhere around 2004 that I first ran across David Icke online. Someone had posted a video of one of his day-long slide presentations at a theater in England. It was just him up on a stage talking to a full house of people listening intently to his every word. I started to watch it and was immediately engrossed in what he was saying. He was saying what I was seeing. He was making sense. He was stringing together all of the pieces like beads on a necklace and revealing how they were all connected. … Continue reading What I Have Found