30.4.2016. - As the Syrian battle front rages in Aleppo, the White Helmets are emerging even more strongly as the long arm of US and UK propaganda. The Manhattan campaign managers at Purpose.inc have sprung into action. Red is the new black on Facebook and “Aleppo is burning” is the new slogan. White Helmets are in every video and photograph being circulated by western and gulf media. We will be writing a series of articles to cover rapidly developing events. White Helmet leader, Raed Saleh, recently deported from the US is top of our list but as usual our research has uncovered more than we bargained for. Watch this space.
On May 7, 1966 a 9 year old child named Cathy O'Brien was subjected to an occult ritual named "The Rite to Remain Silent". This is her own very shocking and eye-opening life story about her experience as a CIA MK-Ultra Whitehouse Pentagon level trauma-based Mind Control slave. She speaks out to expose those who abused, who go right up to presidents and congressmen and women and to give voice to the many mind control victims out there who can't think to speak out. O'Brien claims to have been abused since she was a toddler by her own family. Forced to partake in satanic sadomasochistic child pornography movies produced for Gerald Ford, she was eventually sold to the CIA, which was looking for traumatized children for their mind-control program ...
After they were defeated by the PKK a few weeks ago, not The Turkish Army retaliate and continue attacking Kurdish villages and civilians in Silvan in North Kurdistan, mostly targeting their livelihood like; Farms, houses, agricultural products and herds of sheep and other animals. Once they destroy the Kurdish villages, the Turkish Soldiers write on the walls: "See the Power of the Turks", the slogan that the Turks during the Armenian Genocide.
23.10.2015. - Baiji, Iraq - 16 months of fighting in Baiji is finally coming to an end. Most of Baiji, an industrial city about 140 miles north of Baghdad, fell to Da’ish militants within 48 hours of Mosul’s collapse in June 2014. The militants began to besiege and probe the defences of the oil refinery within a week, leading to one of the longest running battles in Iraq’s war on Da’ish, to date.
A series of counter-offensives and military operations over the last year allowed Iraqi forces to claw back and maintain footholds in several neighbourhoods in the city, mainly in a cluster of villages to the city’s south. As for the vast oil refinery to the city’s north, the largest in the country, Iraqi forces never left. Men were lost, morale reached rock bottom, basic supplies were scarce but members of Iraq’s elite special forces (later joined by Hashd al-Sha’abi/PMU units) held onto several sectors of the refinery’s sprawling infrastructure.
Fluid inclusions in modern and ancient buried halite from Death Valley and Saline Valley, California, USA, contain an ecosystem of “salt-loving” (halophilic) prokaryotes and eukaryotes, some of which are alive. Prokaryotes may survive inside fluid inclusions for tens of thousands of years using carbon and other metabolites supplied by the trapped microbial community, most notably the single-celled alga Dunaliella, an important primary producer in hypersaline systems. Deeper understanding of the long-term survival of prokaryotes in fluid inclusions will complement studies that further explore microbial life on Earth and elsewhere in the solar system, where materials that potentially harbor microorganisms are millions and even billions of years old.
Essay by Steven Soter, Scientist-in-Residence in the Center for Ancient Studies at New York University. Gedanken experiments, which have been used for hundreds of years by scientists and philosophers to ponder thorny problems, rely on the power of one's imagination to project these scenarios to logical conclusions. They do not involve lab equipment or, often, even experimental data. They can be thought of as focused daydreams. Yet, as in the famous case of Einstein's Gedanken experiments about what it would be like to hitch a ride on a light wave, they have often led to important scientific breakthroughs.
By: Sorcha Faal, .......... A shocking report prepared for Prime Minister Putin by the Foreign Military Intelligence Directorate (GRU) states that one of the United States top experts in biological and chemical weapons was brutally murdered after he threatened to expose a US Military test of poison gas that killed hundreds of thousands of animals in Arkansas this past week. According to this report, John P. Wheeler III, Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force, Washington, D.C. from 2005-2008, when he became the Special Assistant to the Acting Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Logistics and Environment, was found brutally murdered and dumped in a landfill, and as we can read as reported by the Fox News Service:
One of the first lessons of magic(k) that we learn as children is that words and symbols have power. Abracadabra. Hocus Pocus. A five-pointed star. A four-leaf clover. As we get older, this primary notion quickly degrades and often becomes the source of one of the first dismissive tendencies towards magic(k) that arises amongst adults. Too many hokey movies and failed attempts to levitate with an utterance conspire against us. Soon the lesson is forgotten; magic(k) words and the power of symbols sneak away to party with Santa and the tooth fairy.
In 1981 the physicist Richard Feynman speculated about the possibility of “tiny computers obeying quantum mechanical laws.” He suggested that such a quantum computer might be the best way to simulate real-world quantum systems, a challenge that today is largely beyond the calculating power of even the fastest supercomputers. Since then there has been sporadic progress in building this kind of computer. The experiments to date, however, have largely yielded only systems that seek to demonstrate that the principle is sound. They offer a tantalizing peek at the possibility of future supercomputing power, but only the slimmest results.
Dai Haifei, 24, a newly graduated architect, decided to make his own egg-style home after being unable to afford Beijing’s sky-high rental prices. The two-meter high house with two wheels underneath is made from sack bags on the outside wall, bamboo splints on the inside and wood chippings and grass seeds in between. “The seeds will grow in the natural environment and it’s cold-proof," Dai explained.