Dossiers spéciaux: Réduction de la population, Démocratie VS République, Uranium appauvri, CERN, Espace
Dossiers spéciaux: Réduction de la population, Démocratie VS République, Uranium appauvri, CERN, Espace
"The society first became famous with the publication of the Fabian Essays in 1889 by Shaw, Webb, Annie Besant, Graham Wallas and others. ..."
Dans ces quelques articles explicatifs, nous nous baserons sur des sources essentiellement maçonniques et rosicruciennes. Les informations apportées vous aideront peut-être à éclaircir quelques questions épineuses ou à confirmer ce que vous soupçonniez déjà, à savoir, la gouvernance du Système de ceux qui ne pensent pas par ceux qui pensent. Certaines des informations que vous trouverez ici n’existent nulle part ailleurs, dès lors veuillez aiguiser votre esprit critique et, comme le disait feu William Cooper, ne rien accepter si votre propre recherche ne vous permet pas de le confirmer !
Réduction de la population:
By F. William Engdahl, 4 March 2010
Microsoft founder and one of the world’s wealthiest men, Bill Gates, projects an image of a benign philanthropist using his billions via his (tax exempt) Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to tackle diseases, solve food shortages in
Gates made his remarks to the invitation-only Long Beach, California TED2010 Conference, in a speech titled, “Innovating to Zero!.” Along with the scientifically absurd proposition of reducing manmade CO2 emissions worldwide to zero by 2050, approximately four and a half minutes into the talk, Gates declares, "First we got population. The world today has 6.8 billion people. That's headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent."1 (author’s emphasis).
In order to confirm their pre-conceived notions of their own self-worth, Galton and his friends started a new field of inquiry called eugenics. Unsurprisingly, it concluded that the rich and powerful were rich and powerful because they were genetically superior, and it offered a simple solution for improving the lot of humanity: make sure that the affluent upper classes breed as much as possible (preferably within their own families, in order to preserve their superior stock), and make sure the lower classes breed as little as possible.
Démocracie VS République:
The government hoax is probably the oldest, most pervasive and stubborn of hoaxes. It’s the belief in non-existent "states" and "nations" and that "government" is both legitimate and necessary. In the geographic area of the North American continent commonly referred to as the "
Given the Founding Fathers' fully warranted fear and loathing of democracy, we should not be surprised that the Constitution of the
“A democracy is nothing more than mob rule, where fifty-one percent of the people may take away the rights of the other forty-nine.”
- Thomas Jefferson
We celebrate this day in honor of our “independence”. We call ourselves a free people in a land of liberty. Our anthems proudly sing the praises of this nation, and we raise our voices, wave our flags and join in song — but how many Americans realize they are not free? This is a myth perpetuated by the powers-that-be in order to avoid any major civil unrest, and to keep us all living under the thumb of a militaristic corporate Big Brother within the illusions that have been created for us. The truth of the matter is this: what freedom has not been stolen from us, we have surrendered willingly through our silence and ignorance. As Americans, most of us have no idea how our freedoms are maintained — or lost. Apparently, our ancestors didn’t have a good grasp of this either.
"The Doctor, the Depleted Uranium, and the Dying Children", an award winning (ÖKOMEDIA 2004) documentary film produced for German television by Freider Wagner and Valentin Thurn, and released by Ochoa-Wagner Produktion in
The ecological effects of war, like its horrific toll on human life, are exponential. When the Bush administration (parts one and two) and its congressional allies sent troops to
Warning: very graphic photo of a kid whose parents were affected by depleted uranium when the mom conceived.
But please don't turn away; imagine, for one second, that this was your kid. What would you be thinking about the powers who believed that using these weapons, knowing full well the consequences of their use, was an absolutely terrific idea??
Depleted uranium (DU) weaponry meets the definition of weapon of mass destruction in two out of three categories under U.S. Federal Code Title 50 Chapter 40 Section 2302.
By Douglas Birch, The Associated Press
But some critics fear the Large Hadron Collider could exceed physicists' wildest conjectures: Will it spawn a black hole that could swallow Earth? Or spit out particles that could turn the planet into a hot dead clump?
Ridiculous, say scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, known by its French initials CERN - some of whom have been working for a generation on the $5.8-billion collider, or LHC.
Global Research, May 31, 2008
Scientists puzzled by foreshock-less SW China earthquake
"There were no foreshocks and the activity level of minor quakes around the epicenter was low for quite a long time before the earthquake," said Xiu Jigang, deputy director of the China Seismological Bureau (CSB).
He said there were no short-term anomaly of animals, underground water and other typical precursors, which can lead to a prediction of a major earthquake.
I doubt it. This sort of scare-mongering sounds like early worries that nuclear bomb tests would set the atmosphere of Earth on fire.
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers (Traducción al Español abajo)
By David Derbyshire
16th July 2008
Ever since Victorian astronomers pointed their telescopes towards Mars and wrongly believed they had discovered canals, mankind has been obsessed by the red planet.
Now these astonishing new images - captured by a European spacecraft in orbit around Mars - are helping to fuel that fascination.
They show in astonishing detail a network of giant valleys, vast plains and towering waterfalls carved into the surface of our neighbouring planet, millions of miles away.
New satellite observations have revealed a previously unknown rhythmic expansion and contraction of Earth's atmosphere on a nine-day cycle.
This "breathing" corresponds to changes in the sun's magnetic fields as it completes rotations once every 27 days, NASA and
New pictures of never-before-seen parts of Mercury taken by NASA's Messenger spacecraft are revealing surprises about the solar system's innermost planet.
NASA scientists have discovered enormous underground reservoirs of frozen water on Mars, away from its polar caps, in the latest sign that life might be sustainable on the Red planet.
Ground-penetrating radar used by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter reveals numerous huge glaciers up to one half-mile thick buried beneath layers of rock and debris. Researchers said one glacier is three time the size of
Future astronauts could benefit from a magnetic "umbrella" that deflects harmful space radiation around their crew capsule, scientists say.
The super-fast charged particles that stream away from the Sun pose a significant threat to any long-duration mission, such as to the Moon or Mars.
But the research team says a spaceship equipped with a magnetic field generator could protect its occupants.
Lab tests are reported in the journal Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion.
The approach mimics the protective field that envelops the Earth, known as the magnetosphere.
During the time it takes you to read this article, something will happen high overhead that until recently many scientists didn't believe in. A magnetic portal will open, linking Earth to the sun 93 million miles away. Tons of high-energy particles may flow through the opening before it closes again, around the time you reach the end of the page.
"It's called a flux transfer event or 'FTE,'" says space physicist David Sibeck of the
Astrophysicist Duncan Forgan created a computer programme that collated all the data on the 330 or so planets known to man and worked out what proportion would have conditions suitable for life.
Forgan's equations (and Drake's/Greenbank's before) all operate on the definition of life as that which we know, carbon based, water as the mixing medium, and a defined temperature range based on the properties of water and carbon.
But what about life that uses methane as the mixing medium? Or life based on silicon rather than carbon?
The problem is that there may be modes of life so totally alien to us that we might not even recognize them, which means we cannot factor them into our calculations.
Scientists talk about how "lucky" we are that Earth is in the "right" place for life to develop, but they have it backwards. We are the life that evolves on a planet in these conditions. We find Earth comfortable because we evolved here. We see the so-called visible spectrum because that is the light that gets through the atmosphere to illuminate the world.
But this does not mean that other worlds quite different from Earth do not evolve life forms which find those conditions. deadly to us, to be quite comfortable. Life that evolved on a cloud covered world and living in darkness may not have eyes as we do, but if their environment is awash with radio waves (as is Jupiter) they may see in radio frequencies.
We know from the methane results that Mars may well indeed have life on it (in which case I am owed several bets from Viking co-workers). We may yet find Titan harbors a life form which, based on methane instead of water, finds the Titan climate quite balmy!
So, in my estimate, the 40,000 figure is probably way too low!
And we should not place too much emphasis on picking up broadcasts from alien planets, as our own current trend of moving from open-air broadcast to cable distribution suggests that the window of time when an alien civilization "leaks" vast amounts of radio energy into the cosmos may be brief indeed!
And, we should not assume that merely because radio waves are a major means of communications for Earth, that other civilizations, especially space-faring ones, are not using some other means of communications, such as modulated gravity waves.
An Indian and an American scientist have questioned the Big Bang theory, saying it does not serve as a viable explanation for the origin of the universe.
The research papers of Ashwini Kumar Lal of
The research papers come even as scientists at
Study leader Professor Reinhard Genzel, from the Max-Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics in Garching, near
New evidence found by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter shows carbonate minerals that portray a former 'hospitable' planet with water.
The orbiter has spotted deposits of carbonate, which forms through contact with neutral or alkaline water, inside rocks on the red surface of mars, reports said on Friday.
Addressing a meeting of the American Geophysical Union in
Giant asteroids may have wiped out Mars's magnetic field. The energy released by massive collisions upset the heat flow in the planet's iron core that produced the magnetism, according to a new study. The finding offers a solution to the mystery of the disappearing magnetic field and sheds light on early Earth conditions.
Even during the Viking Missions, the subjective consensus was that we were looking at the remains of a dead world, one that had once had, water, once had more atmosphere, once had life.
The Hella Planitia region is an obvious impact feature, and what is interesting is the antipode of that monster impact is the obviously elevated and fractured Tharsis/Valles Marineris region, suggesting that the impact almost punched its way completely through the planet! Such a deep impact would disrupt the normal internal convection currants that generate a magnetic field, and without that field, the solar wind would over millions of years strip away whatever was left of the atmosphere of Mars after the impact.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft tasted and sampled a surprising organic brew erupting in geyser-like fashion from Saturn's moon Enceladus during a close flyby on March 12. Scientists are amazed that this tiny moon is so active, "hot" and brimming with water vapor and organic chemicals.
Earlier, we presented a simple list of the top ten problems with the Big Bang. [] Since that publication, we have had many requests for citations and additional details, which we provide here. We also respond to a few rebuttal arguments to the earlier list. Then we supplement the list based on the last four years of developments - with another 20 problems for the theory.
As Arp points out, if the quasars are really at the claimed Big-Bang distances, then they should have a random distribution in the sky relative to the distribution of Seyfert galaxies, but they do not: The actual distribution of quasars is not random relative to the distribution of Seyferts. Instead, quasars tend to be clustered close around Seyferts--a situation that, according to Arp, Big-Bang astronomers simply brush-off as coincidence.
I am not the only heretic.
The entire Big Bang theory rests on the ASSUMPTION that relative velocity alone accounts for the observed red shift and that there is no other cause for spectrum shift. We already know this to be false, because under the intense magnetic fields of sunspots, we can see the solar spectrum lines split, showing both blue and red shifting.
The quasars and Seyfert galaxies have very different red shifts. Yet in the sky they appear to be associated. Big Bang supporters dismiss this as a fantastic coincidence, claiming that for every Seyfert galaxy seen near to Earth, there is a quasar lying much further away (because of the Red Shift) coincidentally in nearly the same direction.
The far more logical conclusion is that some aspect of the quasar, such as an intense gravity field, is red shifting the quasar's spectrum.
But like the quantized red shift observed in the sky (something the Big Bang theory does not explain) the possibility that gravity (something the universe is full of) affects spectrum is being ignored, because if gravity acting over vast distances does indeed shift spectra towards the red end, then red shift is still a fairly accurate indicator of an object's distance (which is what Hubble claimed in the first place) but cannot be used to make any assumptions about the object's motion relative to Earth. And that means the theory of the expanding cosmos, and the Big Bang, are no longer supportable.
One final point. Here we have a photo of the "Deep Field", the farthest known objects from Earth. These are objects so far away from Earth that we are seeing them as thy appeared to be 15 billion years ago. Under the theory of the Big Bang, these should just be amorphous coalescing clouds of brand new stars, only just starting their life cycles as galaxies, and yet in this photo, we are seeing well defined and mature galactic structures identical to those we see much closer to Earth in our immediate galactic neighborhood.
Huge plumes of water vapour and ice particles are bursting out from Saturn's moon Enceladus at supersonic speeds in a way that strongly suggests they come from liquid water down below the icy surface, scientists have said.
The research, published in the journal Nature, offers new evidence that the moon may harbor an underground ocean of water, meaning conditions might exist that could support life, even if only microbial organisms.
Here are some of the more noteworthy sky events that will take place this year.
For many stargazers, the night sky might look like a backdrop of very similar twinkling lights. But actually the billions of stars that make up the universe are varied and full of tantalizing marvels. From stellar fireworks caused by supernova explosions to invisible black holes, astronomers are gradually figuring out how stars work and what makes each variety unique. Many mysteries remain, however.
Aliens have contacted humans several times but governments have hidden the truth for 60 years, the sixth man to walk on the moon has claimed.
A pair of NASA scientists told a group of space officials at a private meeting here Sunday that they have found strong evidence that life may exist today on Mars, hidden away in caves and sustained by pockets of water.
The scientists, Carol Stoker and Larry Lemke of NASA's
What Stoker and Lemke have found, according to several attendees of the private meeting, is not direct proof of life on Mars, but methane signatures and other signs of possible biological activity remarkably similar to those recently discovered in caves here on Earth.
NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, or LRO, has returned its first imagery of the Apollo moon landing sites. The pictures show the Apollo missions' lunar module descent stages sitting on the moon's surface, as long shadows from a low sun angle make the modules' locations evident.
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera, or LROC, was able to image five of the six Apollo sites, with the remaining Apollo 12 site expected to be photographed in the coming weeks.
Halton Arp has amassed a collection of strong evidence (published in peer reviewed journals) that the Hubble relation (redshift ~= recessional velocity ~= distance), which Hubble himself admitted may not be the only viable explanation, is not the only interpretation of redshift and is not necessarily mutually exclusive with other interpretations (there may be both an intrinsic and a cosmological component to redshift, with the intrinsic component being dominant).
Arp's assertion is that redshift is primarily a measure of the youth of an object with relation to other nearby less-redshifted objects, rather than a measure of its cosmological distance.
If the underpinning assumption of ultra-luminous astronomy (and much of the Big Bang model) is found to be incorrect, then it may be necessary for astronomers to radically revise their understanding of the universe. Objects currently assumed to be "extremely distant," "super- massive," "ultra-luminous," or " extraordinarily fast" based upon Hubble relation distance assumptions may in fact be found to be far more local, small, dim, and slow.
Astronomers tracking a mysterious blast of energy called a gamma ray burst said on Tuesday they had snapped a photograph of the most distant object in the universe -- a smudge 13 billion light-years away.
We are seeing that object 13 billion light-years distant not as it is today and where it is today but as it was and where it was, 13 billion years ago, 13 billion light-years distant from earth.
In other words, for this galaxy to lie 13 billion light-years away from Earth only 750 million years after the Big Bang, it would have had to travel 13 billion light years in just 750 million years' time. That requires the galaxy in question to travel more than 17 times faster than the speed of light, a speed limit which according to the Big Bang supporters was in effect from the moment the universe was 3 seconds old.
If we compare the two age determinations, there is a potential crisis. If the universe is flat, and dominated by ordinary or dark matter, the age of the universe as inferred from the Hubble constant would be about 9 billion years. The age of the universe would be shorter than the age of oldest stars. This contradiction implies that either 1) our measurement of the Hubble constant is incorrect, 2) the Big Bang theory is incorrect or 3) that we need a form of matter like a cosmological constant that implies an older age for a given observed expansion rate.
At least NASA is now willing to consider that the Big Bang theory is incorrect.
But again, looking at the farthest detectable object (lower down on this page), we reach a paradox which strongly suggests that the Big Bang theory is flat-out wrong.
“Phil Abelson, editor of Science magazine, was sitting next to Dean Cowie, a nuclear physicist,” Levin told me. “He grabbed Dean by the arm and audibly said, “Dean, let’s get out of here. The Bible says there can be no life on Mars.”
I was on the Viking Flight Team, and I can confirm that there was immense pressure from religious wackos for NASA to declare that there was no life on Mars. We did not get kicked around the way Galileo and Bruno did, of course, but the pressure was definitely there.
The bottom line is that NASA had one positive result and one negative result, and like the botched Hubble telescope in which NASA simply ignored the one test result saying the system was not focusing correctly because of political pressure ( not to mention bad decision making on both Challenger and Columbia), NASA allowed public pressure from the bible-bangers to steer it away from the results which indicated life on Mars. After the drubbing we had taken from the White House for "failing" to set down Viking 1 on July 4th, 1976, NASA management was probably feeling a bit bruised and unready for another controversy.
But those of us working on the project were for the most part convinced that we had indeed found traces of life. and it is nice to see a small vindication after all these years.
NASA needs to remember that it is supposed to be first and foremost a scientific endeavor, and science is not supposed to be swayed by public outcry.