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What’s This Swine Flu

If we are to believe what our trusted international media report, the world is on the brink of a global pandemic outbreak of a new deadly strain of flu, H1N1 as it has been labelled, or more popularly, Swine Flu. As the story goes, the outbreak of the deadly flu was first discovered

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JSF Program Gets Hacked

Computer spies have repeatedly breached the Pentagon’s costliest weapons program, the $300 billion Joint Strike Fighter project, The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.

The newspaper quoted current and former government officials familiar with the matter as saying the intruders were able to copy and siphon data related to design and electronics systems, making it

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Beware The ATM Skimmers

Earlier this month, the 33-year-old Microsoft employee, who lives in New York City, stopped in the closest Chase bank to get some cash to pay his barber. But when he inserted his ATM (automatic teller machine) card in the machine, he noticed a bit of resistance.

The screen said the machine

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Britain Drops Privacy Invasion Plan

The British government said Monday it wants communications companies to keep records of every phone call, email and Web-site visit made in the country. But it has decided not to set up a national database of the information, a proposal civil liberties group had been condemned as a “Big Brother”-style invasion of privacy.

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NSA Chief May Head Cyber Command

WASHINGTON — Defense Secretary Robert Gates plans to nominate the director of the National Security Agency to head a new Pentagon Cyber Command, which will coordinate computer-network defense and direct U.S. cyber-attack operations, according to a draft memo by Mr. Gates.

The move comes amid rising concern in the government about attacks on U.S. networks.

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Military Researches Anti-Aging

The U.S. Army has itself a problem: Its top troops don’t stay young forever. “Highly qualified and very experienced soldiers regularly leave the Army because their physical and/or cognitive performance capabilities are significantly less than that of a 20 year old,” Army researchers grumble. So they’ve come up with a new research push

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Military Lab Loses Virus Samples

Missing vials of a potentially dangerous virus have prompted an Army investigation into the disappearance from a lab in Maryland.

The Army’s Criminal Investigation Command agents have been visiting Fort Detrick in Frederick, Maryland, to investigate the disappearance of the vials. Christopher Grey, spokesman for the command, said this latest investigation has found

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Secret Plans For a World Wide Currency

In an April 7 article in The London Telegraph titled “The G20 Moves the World a Step Closer to

a Global Currency,” Ambrose Evans-Pritchard wrote:

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Afghanistan and Pakistan Complain Over UAV’s

UAV’s have no fear, they never tire, they are not upset when the soldier next to them gets blown to pieces. Their morale doesn’t suffer by having to do, again and again, the jobs known in the military as the Three Ds – dull, dirty and dangerous.

They are military robots and their

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U.S. Military Aircraft Contain Potential “Chinese Spy Chips”

Is there someone available to answer why this country would be installing computer chips made in or procured from China into our fighter jets, some of the most sophisticated aircraft on the planet? Who out there is so uninformed that they are completely unaware that nothing but crap, some of it highly toxic, comes out

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Can You Please Identify This Aircraft?

Recently I asked readers to Identify Another Aircraft that I was completely unfamiliar with and thought might be a fake, but a couple of readers came forward to help the cause and properly id’d it (thank you)

So, Again I ask you all, is this aircraft

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Boeing Promises Ship Mounted Beam Weaponry

US aerospace mammoth Boeing has made a bold announcement, saying that it will “transform naval warfare in the next decade” by developing powerful warship raygun turrets able to blast enemy missiles and aircraft out of the sky from afar.

The arms globocorp said yesterday that it has been awarded an initial $6.9m contract

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Israeli Soldiers “Persueded” to Participate in Medical Experiment

Less than a month after an expert panel accused the defense establishment of “grave ethical failures” in testing an experimental anthrax vaccine on hundreds of soldiers, Israel Radio revealed Sunday that soldiers from the Duhifat Battalion were forced to participate in another experiment 15 years ago.

According to the report, new recruits in

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Secret Prisons Operated on U.S. Soil

The government is using secretive prison facilities on U.S. soil, called Communication Management Units, to house inmates accused of being tied to “terrorism” groups. They overwhelmingly include Muslim inmates, along with at least two animal rights and environmental activists.

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Little information is available about the secretive

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Army’s Future Combat System (FCS)

Say hello to my little friend, the Army’s 200 billion dollar future combat system, typically called the FCS The most ambitious weapons program in Army history calls for a whole new arsenal of connected gear, from helicopter drones to GPS-guided missiles. But what happens if the network that links it all isn’t ready? can it

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Japan’s Space Elevator

Space Elevator: Most of a rocket’s fuel is spent blasting through Earth’s thick atmosphere and out of the planetâ€s strong gravitational field. But here’s an alternate strategy for getting payloads up to space: Construct a 62,000-mile-long cable jutting straight out from the equator, hold it in place with centripetal force, then lift

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Area 51 Operators Speak Out

It’s the most famous military institution in the world that doesn’t officially exist. If it did, it would be found about 100 miles outside Las Vegas in Nevada’s high desert, tucked between an Air Force base and an abandoned nuclear testing ground. Then again, maybe not— the U.S. government refuses to say. You

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Pentagon’s War of Drone’s

Hunter-killer drones armed with Hellfire missiles are patrolling the Pentagon’s expanding global battlefields: It’s a scene right out of Terminator. In 1984, Skynet, the supercomputer that rules a future Earth, sent a cyborg assassin, a “terminator,” back to our time. His job was to liquidate the woman who would give birth to John

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Active Thermite Found in 9/11 Dust

Below is the Abstract, Introduction and Conclusions of this important and carefully researched article

“Based on these observations, we conclude that the red layer of the red/gray chips we have discovered in the WTC dust is active, unreacted thermitic material, incorporating nanotechnology, and is a highly energetic

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Antarctic Ice Bridge Breaks

An ice bridge holding a vast Antarctic ice shelf in place has shattered and may bring a wider collapse caused by global warming, a scientist said Saturday.

“It’s amazing how the ice has ruptured,” said David Vaughan, a glaciologist with the British Antarctic Survey. “Two days ago it was intact,” he said,

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