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lundi 10 mars 2008

Nouvelles du monde et diverses - partie I

Nouvelles du monde et diverses - partie I

Voici une compilation d'importantes nouvelles parues en 2007. Il y a plusieurs articles sur la science, technologies, l'espace et aussi sur des événements importants qui ont eu lieu.

Nothing In This World Is What You Are Being Told

I asked him, he being a retired CIA agent whose path and mine crossed briefly in this life, "If you can't tell me what you did, can you at least tell me what you learned?" His reply woke me up to what I already knew and suspect most humans know in their hearts who live on this planet, but don't want to know. He said, "Oh yes, I can surely tell you what I learned...Nothing in this world is as you are being told."

Nothing in this world is what you are being told. That's one of life's bottom line statements if there ever was one. NOTHING IN THIS WORLD IS AS YOU ARE BEING TOLD. Let that sink in. If that is so, and I suspect it is, how can this help us go inside for a personal spirituality that works for us and does not need to be based on the illusions that others wish for us to believe.

Technology Runs Amok -Exploring The 'Singularity'

The point in time when current trends may go wildly off the charts--known as the "Singularity"--is now getting serious attention. What it suggests is that technological change will soon become so rapid that we cannot possibly envision its results.

Technological change isn't just happening fast. It's happening at an exponential rate. Contrary to the commonsense, intuitive, linear view, we won't just experience 100 years of progress in the twenty-first century-it will be more like 20,000 years of progress.

'We have broken speed of light'

A pair of German physicists claim to have broken the speed of light - an achievement that would undermine our entire understanding of space and time.

According to Einstein's special theory of relativity, it would require an infinite amount of energy to propel an object at more than 186,000 miles per second.

However, Dr Gunter Nimtz and Dr Alfons Stahlhofen, of the University of Koblenz, say they may have breached a key tenet of that theory.

Einstein was right, probe shows

Salt Water Fuel

A Challenge to Gene Theory, a Tougher Look at Biotech

THE $73.5 billion global biotech business may soon have to grapple with a discovery that calls into question the scientific principles on which it was founded.

Last month, a consortium of scientists published findings that challenge the traditional view of how genes function. The exhaustive four-year effort was organized by the United States National Human Genome Research Institute and carried out by 35 groups from 80 organizations around the world. To their surprise, researchers found that the human genome might not be a “tidy collection of independent genes” after all, with each sequence of DNA linked to a single function, such as a predisposition to diabetes or heart disease.

570 km/h train breaks record

AARON RUSSO 1943-2007

We The People Radio Network is sad to announce the passing of our dear friend Aaron Russo. He was a true leader and his gentle approach to film making made his classic "America, From Freedom To Fascism" one of the best films ever to bring awareness to the American public.

Les crimes de Nestlé aux Philippines

McDonald's serves up 'Diplomas'

You gotta be kidding me. A degree in Happy Meals?

Redacted Air-Traffic Safety Survey Released

NASA Downplays Pilots' Complaints About Fatigue, Security

NASA won't disclose air safety survey

Anxious to avoid upsetting air travelers, NASA is withholding results from an unprecedented national survey of pilots that found safety problems like near collisions and runway interference occur far more frequently than the government previously recognized.

Just last week, NASA ordered the contractor that conducted the survey to purge all related data from its computers.

This is the sort of crap we used to see in the former Soviet Union. They could never fix the problems, so they destroyed the reports.

Fired engineer calls 787's plastic fuselage unsafe

Forty-six-year veteran Vince Weldon contends that in a crash landing that would be survivable in a metal airplane, the new jet's innovative composite plastic materials will shatter too easily and burn with toxic fumes. He backs up his views with e-mails from engineering colleagues at Boeing and claims the company isn't doing enough to test the plane's crashworthiness.

What Makes Finnish Kids So Smart?

High-school students here rarely get more than a half-hour of homework a night. They have no school uniforms, no honor societies, no valedictorians, no tardy bells and no classes for the gifted. There is little standardized testing, few parents agonize over college and kids don't start school until age 7.

One aspect of difference is that in Finland, teaching is a profession - not a trade.

In the US, teachers can be horrendous, but because of union regulations, they get passed along from school to school, so that the misery of their inabilities gets passed around, but not eradicated.

Pologne parano

Loi de « lustration », ils l’appellent. C’est-à-dire, selon le dictionnaire : de « purification rituelle ». Ce qui ne manque pas d’avoir, dans ce pays au catholicisme chevillé à l’histoire, une signification forte de repentir et de pénitence. Sept cent mille Polonais devront donc, en vertu de cette loi votée en octobre 2006 et entrée en vigueur le 15 mars dernier, confesser s’ils ont collaboré avec les communistes entre 1945 et 1989. Tous les hauts fonctionnaires, les professeurs, les avocats, les directeurs d’école et les journalistes nés avant août 1972 ont désormais jusqu’au 15 mai pour avouer leur « faute ».

US Army 'jammed' Swiss and French satellites

Starwars is a reality - US Army attacked European satellite

The major Swiss newspaper Tagesanzeiger reported Saturday, between the 23rd and 24th of January the Eutelsat Hot Bird 8 satellite was disrupted by the US Army using very powerful radio interference signals from the ground to block all transmissions. The Swiss news organisation SDA and also the French AFP that send their news wire to media outlets over the satellite, plus a number of TV and radio stations where dead for 24 hours. They could not supply their news service to newspapers anymore. The aim of the US Army was to stop the Iraqi al-Zawraa TV channel from broadcasting insurgency videos showing attacks against US forces. But it was a mistaken identity and they targeted the wrong satellite. The US Army got the wrong channel and actually hit the similar sounding Iraqi al-Zahra TV channel. The one they wanted to get, al-Zawraa, never stopped broadcasting because it uses the Arabsat satellite. This action shows, the US military has the means to shutdown every satellite they want.

UK pilots asked to consider “kamikaze” scenario

Royal Air Force pilots were asked by a senior RAF official to consider flying so-called “kamikaze” flights as part of the war on terror, the British defence ministry confirmed on Tuesday.


Iran: U.S. missile defense plan 'joke'

Rebel deal: Nepal to abolish monarchy

Birth of an island

Did our Solar System once have another planet?

The fiery demise of a fifth rocky planet in our Solar System might have led to a flurry of asteroid impacts that pockmarked the Moon and Earth billions of years ago.

The Late Heavy Bombardment (LHB) is a relatively brief period, about 3.9 billion years ago, when wayward space projectiles heavily pelted the Moon and inner planets. Craters from that chaotic time are still visible on the Moon, but have been erased from Earth, where the crust is continually recycled.

Okay, here is the What Really Happened grand unified theory of the spacey stuff.

4 billion years ago, our sun was 1/2 of a binary star system, which are common in the universe. That is, along with the planets, there was a second star orbiting our sun, or to be more accurate, since this other star was much larger, our sun orbited it. This partner star was about 50 times further away from our sun than Pluto.

3.9 billion years ago, that second star went nova, and blew off a shell of debris which when it raced through our solar system, pockmarked all the planets and moons, and totally destroyed the planet that used to lie between Mars and Jupiter. The expanding shell of gas raced past and today, 3.9 billion years later, forms a very thin planetary nebula which we see as the Cosmic Background Radiation. It must be remembered that what the theory of the Big Bang predicted was a smooth uniform featureless glow in all directions, but what COBE and other instruments actually found is a bubble with obvious structure to it surrounding us on all sides; a planetary nebula as seen from our unique vantage point near its very center.

Somewhere out there in space is the dark and cool remnant of that former partner star, still perturbing the orbits of the planets enough to trigger searches for "hidden planets" from time to time.

Surfer dude stuns physicists with theory of everything

Although the work of 39 year old Garrett Lisi still has a way to go to convince the establishment, let alone match the achievements of Albert Einstein, the two do have one thing in common: Einstein also began his great adventure in theoretical physics while outside the mainstream scientific establishment, working as a patent officer, though failed to achieve the Holy Grail, an overarching explanation to unite all the particles and forces of the cosmos.

The science establishment tends to preserve, protect, indeed even fossilize last year's concensus opinion (like the Big Bang) while real breakthroughs often come from outside, from people not even considered "real" scientists (just as bloggers were not considered "real" reporters.

Who knows, maybe someday Rivero's grand unified theory of the solar system (did anyone keep a copy of that?) will be validated!

Voyager 2 probe leaves the neighbourhood

On 30 August, NASA’s Voyager 2 spacecraft — which has been sailing through space since 1977 — crossed the ‘termination shock’, the boundary between the bubble in space dominated by the solar wind coming from the Sun and the transition region beyond that lies between Earth and interstellar space.

Gamma-Ray Burst Smashes a Record

The Sept. 4 burst, named GRB 050904 for the date it was detected, had a redshift of 6.29, which translates to a distance of about 13 billion light years from Earth. (The universe is thought to be 13.7 billion years old.)

Okay, so we have a game ray burst detected originating from a source 13 billion light years from Earth.

But that is not where it is now, that is where the burst WAS ... 13 billion years ago, or 700 million years after the supposed Big Bang.

So, in order for the Big Bang theory to be true, the object that emitted the burst identified as GRB 050904 needed to travel 11 billion light years in only 700 million years, which would require a velocity 18.5 times the speed of light ... which is impossible.

QED, there is a major problem wih the theory of he Big Bang.


Frozen sea may harbour Mars life

Astronomers Find a Hole in the Universe

Evidence mounts for sun's companion star

Here is a theory. The sun once had a companion star, which was much larger, burned through its fuel more quickly, and went nova. Somewhere out there is the dark cooled core of that former nova, still perturbing the orbits of the planets, including the recently discovered Sedna.

Now, one of the pieces of evidence held up in support of the Big Bang (aka God made it happen) theory is the cosmic background radiation.

But the theory of the Big Bang predicted a smooth featureless glow and the Cosmic Background Radiation is not smooth, indeed it has quite a bit of obvious detail to it.

Therefore, what is being detected and misinterpreted as the echo of the Big Bang is actually the remnants of an ancient planetary nebula seen from our unique vantage point near the center.

Dazzling new images reveal the 'impossible' on the Sun

Found - The Footprints Of Adam And Eve

New museum says dinosaurs were on Noah's Ark

The Dark Ages have returned.

First Temple seal found in Jerusalem

Given the past record of artifacts either faked or altered to support Israel's claims regarding the first Temple, caution is warranted. The only two other artifacts purporting to "prove" the existence of Solomon's Temple, an Ivory pomegranate and a stone tablet recording repairs to the Temple, both have been exposed as fakes. So this seal shows up just in the nick of time. Scholars were starting to ask embarrassing questions such as how there could be no remains of the Temple of Solomon at all, when one can hardly take a step in Egypt without tripping over remains of Egypt's history of the same time period.

Just looking at the photo,. it appears that the inscription is a different set of tools (and less finished) than the cultic depiction above. This follows the form of the previously known fakes; a genuine artifact with a faked inscription to increase its value. Such fakes are big business in Israel. Only last night the TV program "The Naked archaeologist": was showing how a Herodian clay oil lamp that sells for $400 will have a menorah added to it by a forger, which will then raise the price to $10,000.

People see what they want to see, and as the pomegranate and Temple tablet (and the James Ossuary) demonstrated, experts WANTED them to be genuine and missed the signs that they were fakes.

Former Catholic Sister Says Even Mother Teresa Is a Fraud

Harry Truman's Forgotten Diary

After landslide, pro-China Taiwanese eye presidency

Cluster bomb opponents push for ban at Oslo conference

Some countries continue to love cluster bomb weapons, particularly because of what they do to small children.

US rejects ban on cluster bombs

'Kill Anyone Still Alive': American Special Ops in Somalia

US gives stark warning to Eritrea

The US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Jendayi Frazer, said the presence of Hassan Dahir Aweys at a meeting in Asmara was further evidence that Eritrea provided sanctuary for terrorists.


"Eritrea's natural resources include significant reserves of copper. Smaller deposits of gold exist in the highlands near Asmara. More importantly, however, large reserves of petroleum and natural gas are thought to exist off the coast beneath the Red Sea. Eritrea has not been able to secure funds for exploration and without development of those potential resources, the country will be forced to continue importing all of its energy needs."

Have you ever noticed how many countries accused by the US of "terrorism" seem to be sitting over deposits of something this country needs to keep the wheels of its industry going?

Deadly dirty work in the Philippines


Where the Dead Rot in the Streets: Bush's Terror War in Somalia Rages On.

113 Somalis killed in 3 days of heavy fighting

Are the Israeli's Thinking About Capturing David Irving in Budapest?

Budapest under Israeli Occupation?

New French president sails into storm over luxury holiday

Blair believes he does what 'God' wants him to do, says diplomat's wife

Bush Nominates General Who Oversaw Guantanamo Prison To Be Top NATO Commander

Revealed: Poisoned ex-Russian spy Litvinenko WAS a paid-up MI6 agent

The former Russian spy poisoned in a London hotel was an MI6 agent, the Daily Mail can reveal.

Alexander Litvinenko was receiving a retainer of around £2,000 a month from the British security services at the time he was murdered.

The biggest poll debacle in the history of British democracy sees up to one in ten votes thrown out

CIA trying to wreck Malaysia?

Scientology faces criminal charges

A Belgian prosecutor on Tuesday recommended that the U.S.-based Church of Scientology stand trial for fraud and extortion, following a 10-year investigation that concluded the group should be labeled a criminal organization.

One down.

U.N. court finds Srebrenica deaths were genocide

U.S.: Only independent Kosovo can stabilize Balkans

Only independence for Kosovo can bring stability in the Balkans, Condoleezza Rice said Monday.


""The determination by the U.S and NATO, at all costs, to occupy Kosovo and virtually all of Yugoslavia, is spurred on by the enticement of abundant natural resources. Kosovo alone has the richest mineral resources in all of Europe west of Russia. The New York Times observed that "the sprawling state-owned Trepca mining complex, the most valuable piece of real estate in the Balkans, is worth at least $5 billion." producing gold, silver, pure lead, zinc, cadmium, as well as tens of millions of dollars in profits annually. "Kosovo also possesses 17 billion tons of coal reserves and Kosovo (like Serbia and Albania) also has oil reserves."

So folks, just as with Iraq (and possibly soon, Iran) it all boils down to who controls Kosovo's resources, period, end of discussion.

Ebola-like virus killing fish in Great Lakes

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