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Northrop Grumman Secret bomber prototype

NGB demonstrator may be a twin-engine aircraft resembling an X-47B. Initial version will be piloted, but an unmanned endurance version is a probable followup.

Is Northrop Grumman building a secret bomber prototype? In late April, the company revealed first-quarter financial results. Data indicated $2 billion in new “restricted programs” contract awards at Integrated Systems, the


Video: Truth About the Moon

Apollo Astronauts Revealing revelations about their experiences while orbiting over the dark side of the moon, strange music was heard by all and objects such as UFO’s were seen that should not have been there…..

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Mars Polygon Mystery

Scientists working with images from the Mars Phoenix mission are baffled by an unexpected difference between what they thought they would see and what Phoenix is now showing them.

The difference suggests that the northern plains of Mars may be a more complicated and active environment than previously imagined.

Phoenix landed on Monday at 0053


More Rumors of Attack on Iran

NEW YORK – The George W Bush administration plans to launch an air strike against Iran within the next two months, an informed source tells Asia Times Online, echoing other reports that have surfaced in the media in the United States recently.

Two key US senators briefed on the attack planned to go public with


Cold War Espionage and Computer Security

A smiling Hu Jintao mentioned how he used Mr. Gates operating system every day, and Bill promised to help him out with technical support. But Bill and the Redmond crowd might be helping out with more than just technical support, and not to help the Chinese government either.

Humour me a moment, while I


Israeli Nuclear Capability Disclosed

Former President Jimmy Carter caused a stir over the weekend when he claimed that Israel possesses a nuclear arsenal of 150 weapons.

While experts have long maintained Israel has a nuclear arsenal, the Jewish state has refused to confirm or deny it.

Most estimates, many based on evidence leaked in 1986 by Israeli nuclear technician


Our Dystopian Future and the Internet

The Maker Faire in San Mateo is an event where people from all over the world gather for a giant DIY technology show-and-tell extravaganza. There are robots, kinetic sculptures, rockets, remote-controlled battleship contests, music-controlled light shows, home electronics kits, ill-advised science experiments (like the Mentos-Diet Coke explosions), and even a barn full of people who


Government not Trusted by 60%

A recent poll conducted by the World Public Opinion (WPO) has found that over 60% of the population of Great Britain and the United States do not trust their governments. The poll showed that 67% of Brits have low levels of trust in the Labour Government while 60% of Americans feel the same way about


Rachel Corrie, in Case You Didn’t Know

By all rights, Let Me Stand Alone should not be an easy book to read. Doom hangs over this collection of the journal writings of Rachel Corrie, who was a 23-year-old American peace activist when she was crushed to death by an Israel Defense Forces bulldozer in Gaza five years ago. And yet most


Racial Profiling OK’d by U.S. Supreme Court

On April 23, the U.S. Supreme Court, unanimously without any dissent, decided that racial profiling was acceptable practice. The ruling forcefully slammed the courthouse door on any attempts to challenge this widespread law enforcement practice.

In the case of Virginia v. Moore, the high court saw no violation of David Lee Moore’s Fourth Amendment protection


Teaching Creationism Vs. Intelligent Design, are They the Same

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This video from the National Center for Science Education (NCSE) provides a fascinating insight into the infamous Dover trial in 2005, in which US district judge John Jones ruled that the Dover Area District School Board was wrong to include “intelligent design” in its science lessons.



Phoenix Landing on Mars Today

PASADENA, Calif. — A three-legged NASA spacecraft was closing in on Mars Sunday for what scientists hope will be the first-ever touchdown near Mars’ north pole to study whether the permafrost could have supported primitive life.

The time it takes the Phoenix Mars Lander to streak through the atmosphere and


Debunking the MJ-12 Documents

“Majestic Twelve”-better known as “MJ-12”-first achieved international fame in the world of UFOlogy in mid-1987. It was then that UFOlogist William L. Moore and two associates made public three (purportedly) “Top Secret” documents which indicated that President Harry Truman had created a super-secret MJ-12 group forty years earlier to deal with extraterrestrial (ET) visitors. Truman’s


The Real Reasons Why Gas is so Expensive

Despite the rapidly rising gas prices, Americans still enjoy some of the cheapest fuel prices in the world. Even when compared against prices from three years ago, America is only now approaching the prices once bemoaned by those abroad. Only a handful of nations maintain prices ridiculously below those paid by Americans and those prices


Oxytocin Spray Keeps them Trusting

Spray said to turn people into pushovers

Imagine all the possible implications of this technology, i.e., keeping the populace trusting in its government.

Re­search­ers have iden­ti­fied brain cen­ters acti­vated by be­tray­al of trust—and a way to keep them quiet.

A spray of a oxytocin, a hormone, makes peo­ple keep trust­ing even some­one who has be­trayed


Tiny Robot Spies Tested by Military

A group of U.S. Marines hunker down beside a building, enemy fire coming at them from somewhere up ahead. One soldier reaches into his pack and pulls out a few robots that look like large bugs. The bots fly down the street, sending back images that show where the enemy troops are hiding, how


Huge Chinese Missile Base Discovered

A U.S.-based civilian researcher has uncovered a massive new Chinese missile base using commercial satellite images available over the Internet.

The missile base is located in Delingha in central China. Analysis of the GoogleEarth images show that the Chinese army Second Artillery Corps 812 Brigade has deployed nuclear tipped More…

Military Desperate, Criminals and Illegals Wanted

In the eyes of the military, it’s a simple numbers game. But the recruitment process for America’s armed forces is changing, and so is the look, feel, and policy of the military itself.

According to national statistics, felony waivers for recruits have been doubling almost every year for the past several years. reports:



Alex Jones Interview With Alleged 9-11 Insider

Keep in mind when reading this, that the man being interviewed is no two-bit internet conspiracy buff.

Stanley Hilton was a senior adviser to Sen Bob Dole (R) and has personally known Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz for decades. This courageous man has risked his professional reputation, and possibly his life, to get this information out to


NASA Concerned About Asteroid TU24 Trajectory

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Asteroid 2007 TU24 has NASA concerned. A former colleague of mine is now a contract worker for NASA who develops and maintains the software applications for the Solar System Dynamic simulator and other NASA applications. He called me last night


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