Alaska's Pavlof Volcano, during its famed 2007 eruption. Activity at the volcano appears to be increasing once again.
May 16, 2013 – ALASKA - Eruptions 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).
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. Fourandsix.com 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!
A guided lightning bolt travels horizontally, then hits a car when it finds the lower resistance path to ground. The lightning is guided in a laser-induced plasma channel, then it deviates from the channel when it gets close to the target and has a lower-resistance path to ground.
When the US Congress tried to pass SOPA and PIPA, the internet collectively roared due to big corporations like Google, Wikipedia, Reddit, and others raising the alarm.
When it comes to CISPA, the same corporations approve of sharing your data with the government without a warrant without so much as a complaint online. This time, they don’t have your back, it’s on us:
The HAARP Freedom of Information Act Request DISCLOSURE
This document, once classified, came as a result of a Freedom of Information Act request by the Above Top Secret forum. There is a watermark in the background with a copyright usage link, which has now been removed. To my knowledge, this is the only version of this file currently available on the internet. The importance of this document cannot be overstated.
The Asilomar conference on geoengineering had been touted as a potentially historic event. What emerged, however, were some unexpected lessons about the possibilities and pitfalls of manipulating the Earth’s climate to offset global warming.
In the beginning, I had my doubts. The Asilomar International Conference on Climate Intervention Technologies, held last week at the Asilomar conference grounds near Monterey, Calif., was touted as an “unprecedented” gathering of 175 scientists, environmental groups, philosophers, and public policy wonks to discuss the governance of geoengineering — that is, large-scale, intentional manipulation of the Earth’s climate to offset rising temperatures. The meeting was obviously set up to channel the spirit of the first Asilomar conference in 1975, during which biologists drew up voluntary guidelines to help reassure the public that genetically modified organisms would not be released into the world. Asilomar 1.0 is remembered as a landmark event in the evolution of scientific ethics and a turning point in the public acceptance of biotechnology.