Bilderberg 2013 Summer Film Festival


/facepalm so true

Originally posted on Video Rebel's Blog:

2013 is a bizarre year. Lots of whistleblowers. Yet the Mainstream media is for the most part attacking Edward Snowden. Michael Hastings was obviously killed and the corporate media says nothing. As I said several times before the Federal Institute of Technology of Zurich reported there are 147 corporations that run the world and that these companies are essentially one entity through interlocking Boards of Directors. That includes the media and Hollywood. The engine and transmission Hastings car was propelled 200 feet down the street. The police had no explanation for the engine separating itself from the car.  Witnesses said the car hit a tree after it blew up. This all happened after Hastings had said that he was going to release evidence of CIA corruption.

The first movie is ELYSIUM which stars Matt Damon and Jodie Foster. The Matt Damon character encounters a robot policeman at a bus stop…

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Largest methane seep in the world found off the eastern coast of U.S.


Clathrate Gun at our heads…

Originally posted on The Extinction Protocol :

June 19, 2013SOUTH CAROLINAOn the seafloor just off of the U.S. East Coast lies a barely known world, explorations of which bring continual surprises. As recently as the mid-2000s, practically zero methane seeps — spots on the seafloor where gas leaks from the Earth’s crust — were thought to exist off the East Coast; while one had been reported more than a decade ago, it was thought to be one of a kind. But in the past two years, additional studies have revealed a host of new areas of seafloor rich in seeps, said Laura Brothers, a research geologist at the U.S. Geological Survey. New technologies have allowed scientists to keep locating new seeps, including one that may be the largest in the world. The findings have changed geologists’ understanding of the processes taking place beneath the seafloor. “These newly discovered [seafloor] communities show that there…

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6/16/2013 — RADAR used to transmit power to distant Rectenna — NASA experiment success


This changes everything!

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2.45GHz @ 500,000watts across several miles.. NASA Goldstone RADAR experiment from 1975.

A fully successful transmission of electricity (wireless) across several miles to a Rectenna.


HAARP in Alaska is another example of a modern day Rectenna:



Also in comparison .. modern day NEXRAD Weather RADAR (used by NWS/NOAA) operates in the 2-3GHz spectrum @ 750,000watts — Which means that, just like the 1975 NASA experiment, our weather RADARs can transmit power (intentionally or unintentionally) to a distant location.

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As seen in the video at the top of this post, in 1975 it was possible to transmit power at a distance using 2-3GHz / 500,000watts…. in 1988 the NEXRAD RADAR program was rolled out across the United States operating @ 2-3GHz / 750,000watts.

Meaning we have at least one facility per state (all 50 states) plus several military bases — all capable of transmitting power / electricity wirelessly.

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Opposition to Geoengineering: There’s No Place Like H.O.M.E. (Opinion Article)

Originally posted on Geoengineering Our Climate?:

ETC Group (2013) – Opposition to Geoengineering – Click for Download

ETCIn April 2010, the World Peoples’ Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, held in Cochabamba, Bolivia, brought together more than 25,000 campesinos, teachers, students, engineers, activists, diplomats, elders and ordinary
folk to discuss how best to minimize the impacts of global warming and to respond to the failure of negotiations at the UN Framework Climate on Climate Change to bring about reductions in global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Seventeen working groups contributed to a Peoples Agreement, which explicitly rejected geoengineering as a “false solution” to climate change.[1] From Cochabamba, the “Hands Off Mother Earth” (HOME) campaign to oppose geoengineering experiments was launched.[2]

 Since Cochabamba, a small but influential group of researchers has increased calls for governments to support geoengineering experiments as part of developing a “Plan B” or “insurance policy” in the event…

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The Ethical Dimensions of Geoengineering: Solar Radiation Management through Sulphate Particle Injection (Working Paper)

Originally posted on Geoengineering Our Climate?:

Tuana (2013) – Ethics of Geoengineering – Click for Download


 The slow progress on an adequate policy solution in light of growing scientific understanding of the impacts of a warming world, limited success on efforts to mitigate the causes of anthropogenic climate change, and awareness of the high costs and the limits to adaptation have led some scientists and some policy-makers to consider geoengineering as a potentially viable option to avoid “threshold responses” and dangerous climate change.[1] Some approaches to climate engineering, indeed, even proposals to field test climate engineering technologies such as ocean iron fertilization or increasing the reflectivity of the atmosphere to reduce the amount of sunlight that is absorbed, raise serious and complex ethical issues. Given this, proposals to deploy geoengineering technologies, or even to field test some of them, must be accompanied by serious consideration of the ethical dimensions of geoengineering.[2] …

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6/5/2013 — Huntsville RADAR mystery SOLVED = BAE Systems, Raytheon, and DECIBEL RESEARCH Inc.


Are they testing MIRAGE?
The Microwave Ionosphere Reconfiguration Ground-based Emitter (MIRAGE)

Originally posted on :

video explanation here:


I highly recommend that you begin this short journey of intriguing new science here:  many thanks to AlabamaTruth for putting this out for wider review

At this above link, you will see how this story began.

Huntsville, Alabama – June 4, 2013 – In the late afternoon, an odd circular shaped RADAR pulse was seen on NEXRAD RADAR (weather radar).  Several people reported it, and local meteorologists are ‘baffled’ at what it could be.

Watch the event on RADAR here:


huntsville radar mystery



In the above RADAR screenshots, you can see the RADAR pulse epicenter is just north of the highway.

Upon review of pulse epicenter on Google Earth — a VERY INTRIGUING series of buildings reside at the point of emission ..  nearest coordinates of the pulse center are somewhere very close to : 34°42’58.54″N ,  86°41’8.35″W


Directly at the pulse epicenter is a company called

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5/17/2013 — Using frequency to produce PHYSICAL TOUCH / ACTUAL OBJECTS



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I’m coining a new term today … “Ultrasonic-Touch” UST .

Using frequency to produce a PHYSICAL SENSATION of an actual object.

ultraound touch


We’ve heard the conspiracy theories.. use blue beam to make a 3d hologram.. then use frequency to make it appear physical to the touch..

Well.. the physical touch part is now taken care of.

The question now becomes.. is bluebream really real?  I don’t know.



The computer system developed by Ishikawa beams ultrasonic wave emitters, so the user actually feels the keyboard pressing against their skin, without anything in their hand. The sensation is the equivalent to a 3-gram or 0.1- ounce object, he says.


curious about 3D holograms .. check this out :


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55: Alaska’s Pavlof Volcano rumbles- unleashes 20,000 ft cloud of ash


Natural planetary geoengineering SRM underway… cooling and weather disruption to follow

Originally posted on The Extinction Protocol :

Alaska’s Pavlof Volcano, during its famed 2007 eruption. Activity at the volcano appears to be increasing once again.
May 16, 2013ALASKAEruptions from Pavlof Volcano continued on Wednesday after rumbling to life earlier in the week. The 8,261-foot peak on the Alaska Peninsula awoke Monday morning, kicking off a “low-level eruption of lava,” according to the Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO). Sitting about 30 miles northeast of the community of King Cove, Pavlof is a frequently-active volcano that last erupted in 2007. The volcano’s rumbling has strengthened this week. At about noon Tuesday, satellite images showed a lava flow had coursed a third of a mile down the northern side of the volcano. By late Tuesday, an ash plume extended 15,000 feet above sea level, moving downwind to the northeast for up to 100 miles before dispersing. The National Weather Service issued a “Significant Meterological Event” warning, called a…

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12 Historic Photographs That Were Manipulated


perception is everything

Originally posted on TwistedSifter:


With the advent of powerful desktop publishing software like Adobe Photoshop, digital image manipulation has become mainstream. However, even before the invention of such software, doctored and tampered photos were used to alter perception and shape history. has chronicled these occurrences in their brilliant series, ‘Photo Tampering throughout History‘. Below you will find a curated list of 12 famously doctored photographs from the history books, enjoy!


1. Abraham Lincoln’s Head on John Calhoun’s Body, circa 1860



This iconic portrait of U.S President Abraham Lincoln is actually a composite of Lincoln’s head and the Southern politician John Calhoun’s body. [Source:]



2. General Ulysses. S. Grant on a Horse
in front of Troops, circa 1864




Researchers at the Library of Congress uncovered this gem after extensive detective work. The image appears to show General Ulsses S. Grant in…

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Picture of the Day: Prisoners of Technology


Beautiful sorrow

Originally posted on TwistedSifter:




prisoners of technology felipe luchi (1)

Artwork by Felipe Luchi



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Artwork by Felipe Luchi


In this artwork by Felipe Luchi, we see famous symbols of technology, the mouse and iPhone, imagined as prisons and jailhouses.

The artwork was done as a print campaign for Outside’s Go Magazine. It’s an interesting thought about technology as we usually associate these devices with liberation and freedom. Whether you agree or disagree the artwork is certainly provocative.





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