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Alleged Spies Hidden in Plain Sight

Doris Stanley said she and her husband have lived on Trowbridge Street in Cambridge for about 10 years, and still barely speak to anyone. So when a bubbly blonde came to introduce herself early last week as the new neighbor moving in next door, Stanley was delighted.

“I kept thinking how nice this is


Scanners Deliver More Radiation Than First Thought

Full body scanners at airports could increase your risk of skin cancer, experts warn.

The X-ray machines have been brought in at Manchester, Gatwick and Heathrow.

But scientists say radiation from the scanners has been underestimated and could be particularly risky for children.

They say that the low level beam does deliver a small dose


Did Congress Declare Preemptive War on Iran

Aircraft Carrier Reported off Iranian Coast

War with Iran has already been decided by the powers that be and the modern-day quasi-declaration happened last Thursday. Using the same legislative and propaganda playbook that led to the Iraq War, the U.S. Government has just officially declared War on Iran. Reuters reported “Congress on


U.S. Arrests 10 Russian Spies

Ten people have been arrested for allegedly serving as secret agents of the Russian government with the goal of penetrating U.S. government policymaking circles.

The Justice Department announced the arrests Monday.

According to court papers in the case, the U.S. government intercepted a message from Russian intelligence headquarters in Moscow to two of the defendants.


Israel and US Apparently in Strike position

As was reported last week, in an article that was met with much original skepticism, the Pentagon has now confirmed that a fleet of 12 warships has passed the Suez Canal, and is now likely awaiting orders to support the escalation in the Persian Gulf. The attached image from Stratfor shows


Tent City in Hawaii

WAIPAHU » Pastor Joe Hunkin picked his way around rusted car axles, propane tanks and two-by-fours studded with bent nails to find a homeless encampment where people have been cooking and sleeping directly behind Waipahu High School, in an area that received unwanted national attention this month.

Hunkin walked past a pit bull puppy and


The Post-Dollar World Approaches

The global financial crisis is playing out like a slow-moving, highly predicable stage play. In the current scene, Western governments are caught between the demands of entitled welfare beneficiaries and the anxiety of bondholders who fear they will be stuck with the bill. As the crisis reaches an apex, prime ministers and presidents are forced


Internet “Shut-Down” Powers Approved

The Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee yesterday unanimously approved a major cybersecurity legislation that would structure how the federal government protects public and private sector cyber networks.

Senator joe Lieberman

Crafted by Ranking Member Susan Collins and Sens. Joe Lieberman and Tom Carper, the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act of


Secret Arrest powers Surface

TORONTO — A government changes a law to allow police to arrest people without probable cause. It does so without any legislative debate. Then it keeps the change a virtual secret, until someone is arrested under those new powers.

Dave Vasey stands outside the Eastern Ave. detention centre after being arrested and placed


DARPA: Advanced Photovoltaics

Here is shown a soldier in the field operating his laptop using a "roll-up" solar panel, pohtovoltaic cells

For years, the military has made on-again, off-again attempts to find eco-friendly ways to get power war-zones, bases and drones. And lately, they’ve seemed willing to try almost anything


No Exceptions Vaccination Recommendation

An advisory panel to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended that every person be vaccinated for the seasonal flu yearly, except in a few cases where the vaccine is known to be unsafe.

“Now no one should say ‘Should I or shouldn’t I?’” said CDC flu specialist Anthony Fiore.



Hadron Collider Reaching for “God Particle”

The LHC Sound project aims to allow physicists at Cern in Geneva to ‘listen’ to the data in order to more easily identify the crucial ‘Higgs boson’ particle.

Finding the Higgs boson – also known as the God particle – is the primary aim of the LHC experiment because it will


Supreme Court Impinges on Free Speech

Group: Former President Carter could be prosecuted for monitoring fair elections in Lebanon

The US Supreme Court endorsed Monday a broad reading of the law criminalizing “material support” to terrorism, a statute that critics argue targets legitimate free speech.

In a six to three vote, the highest US court sided with the government and found


Aldebaran Robotics Showing off Level of Functionality

So I didnt hear anyone say that these robots are well on their way to wielding small arms ,bazookas and, causing havoc in enemy occupied neighborhoods overseas, what a thought, I’m supposing their main problem would be endurance, ie. power supply, but once that is overcome in a major way I these little guys easily


Food and de-Population: Final Words

The Food & Depopulation series of articles has been written for people who think that conspiracies are mere theories, that the American government is working in our best interest and that the United Nations is benevolent. Nothing could be further from the truth; irrefutable proof of this is explained in the previous three articles. Sharing


Predicting Behavior Through Brain Scans

Brain scans may be able to predict what you will do better than you can yourself, and might offer a powerful tool for advertisers or health officials seeking to motivate consumers, researchers said on Tuesday.

They found a way to interpret “real time” brain images to show whether people who viewed messages about using sunscreen


N.Y. Pushes for All Offenders DNA

Gov. David Paterson has proposed roughly doubling New York’s DNA database to include samples from even low-level offenders, making it the first in the nation to so broadly collect and use that evidence to solve crimes and exonerate people wrongly convicted.

New York’s law would require adding about 48,000 samples a year to a laboratory


Barack Obama Parkway

It’s official: An 800-foot stretch of Orlando road is now named “President Barack Obama Parkway.”

The City Council voted Monday to rename a short section of Mission Road between Cason Cove Drive and Conroy Road in Obama’s honor.

It was a unanimous vote, but not without debate. The original proposal would have left off the


Australians Forced to Install “Proective” Software

AUSTRALIANS would be forced to install anti-virus and firewall software on their computers before being allowed to connect to the internet under a new plan to fight cyber crime.

And if their computer did get infected, internet service providers like Telstra and Optus could cut off their connection until the problem was resolved.



US Taxpayers Indirectly Funding Terrorists


The U.S. military is funding a massive protection racket in Afghanistan, indirectly paying tens of millions of dollars to warlords, corrupt public officials and the Taliban to ensure safe passage of its supply convoys throughout the country, according to congressional investigators.

The security arrangements, part of a $2.16 billion transport contract, violate


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