Discovery of Thousands of Mayan Indices in Museum Basement

Discovery of Thousands of Mayan Indices in Museum Basement

Over 1,000 Mayan codices found in the basement of a museum.

The Itza Mayan Council has received two Mayan codices that have never been open to the public. The codices have been authenticated by two universities and carbon dated to be at least from the 1300s’. Of the two, the Windcall codex is 13 pages long and unfolds like a pamphlet showing inscriptions on the backside as well. The codices were recovered from a Los Angeles museum that claims to hold over a thousand more in their basement. But because of...
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FBI Video & Documents Released of Captured Russian Spy Ring

FBI Video & Documents Released of Captured Russian Spy Ring

Russian spies caught in New York.

The operations of a Russian spy ring that was busted more than a year ago by FBI undercover officials can now be seen in declassified videos released by a Freedom of Information Act request. The FBI thinks their job was recruiting new people to provide information for the ring. According to counter-intelligence experts, the spies stuck to classic and outdated techniques that were easy to follow. Video includes a cafe meetup and exchange, a dead drop, and a ‘brush pass’...
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World’s Most Powerful Laser to Tear the Vacuum of Space

World’s Most Powerful Laser to Tear the Vacuum of Space

Could the world's most powerful laser unexpectedly bring an end to the universe?

A team of European scientists are working on the biggest doomsday project to come out of the laboratory since the Large Hadron Collider: the most powerful laser in the world. The laser will be so powerful that it will bring forth conditions that are not even present in the sun. The laser’s intensity would be equivalent to all of the energy Earth receives from the sun except focused onto a small point no bigger than the head of a pin....
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Google & CIA Future Predicting Company Tracking OWS Protests

Google & CIA Future Predicting Company Tracking OWS Protests

Google and CIA intend to use data collected from the Internet as a crystal ball into the future.

Google and the CIA have teamed up to form a business whose purpose is to predict the future. The joint-venture is called ‘Recorded Future‘ and it has been collecting data since 2009. The goal of the program is to predict events before they happen. They collect data from thousands of blogs, websites, twitter accounts, and social networks (GOOGLE PLUS ahem) and put it together to make connections out of it. The Occupy Wall Street movement is receiving a lot of...
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Earthquake Frequency Spikes After Creation of HAARP

Earthquake Frequency Spikes After Creation of HAARP

Is HAARP causing the sudden rise of recent earthquakes?

Since the development of HAARP, there has been a major increase in worldwide earthquakes. HAARP stands for High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, and it is funded in collaboration with the U.S. Air Force, Navy, University of Alaska, and DARPA. Its function is to analyze the ionosphere and investigate the potential for developing ionospheric enhancement technology for radio communications and surveillance purposes. If that sounds fishy to you, it does to us too. The program is a hotbed for conspiracy...
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Multinational Corporation Perfecting Human Brain Simulation

Multinational Corporation Perfecting Human Brain Simulation

IBM's Blue Gene to match human intelligence by 2019.

One of the most powerful corporations in the world, IBM, is setting its sights on perfecting a perfect simulation of the human brain. Already the company has completely simulated the brain of a mouse, a rat, a cat, and now you’re the next animal on the list. Think it can’t happen? It’s already being done. So far, IBM has achieved a simulation rate of 4.5% of the human mind. With the rate it’s going, IBM hopes to reach 100% simulation...
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India Collecting Retinal Scans of All The Country’s Poor

India Collecting Retinal Scans of All The Country’s Poor

Retinal scans may only be the beginning.

The Indian government is creating a biometric database of all of the country’s poor. The homeless and poverty-stricken citizens are being rounded up to scan their retinas and fingerprints. The program, known as Aadhaar, is a big concern for privacy advocates. They believe the program is an excuse to collect the information and whereabouts of undesirables and dispose of them. If this fear is hard to swallow, imagine how useful Hitler would have found the tracking program before the onstart...
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Fukushima More Dangerous Than Reported

Fukushima More Dangerous Than Reported

The amount of radiation released was far greater than what the Japanese government reports.

The Fukushima disaster released more radiation than reported by the Japanese government. A study was carried out that combined radioactivity data from across the world and concluded that the amount released in March was much greater than what the Japanese government had said. Comparison of Radiation Release Estimates Xenon-133: Japanese government: 1.1 x 1019 Bq New study: 1.7 x 1019 Bq Caesium-137: Japanese government: 1.5 x 1016 Bq New study: 3.5 x 1016 Bq In addition to reporting these low...
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18th Century Secret Society Book Decrypted

18th Century Secret Society Book Decrypted

The Copiale dates back to 1760 and was until recently undecipherable.

The Copiale Cipher, a 105-page enciphered book dated 1866, has finally been cracked using modern science techniques and algorithms. Its decipherment brings to light an 18th century secret German society named the “Oculist Order”. The book describes the initiation process, with the master and the applicant having specific gestures and lines to say to each other when first meeting. The 75,000 character manuscript is hand-written and bound in green and gold brocade paper. The document is completely encoded and includes...
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Every Something is Terrorism

Every Something is Terrorism

Because something is happening here, but...

The U.S. is at war: with something. It has become the catch-all phrase for acts of terrorism and crimes against the country. It is now used as an excuse for every invasion of privacy and illegal search and seizure. “Where is a terrorist more apt to be found? Not these days on an airplane, more likely on the interstate” says Department of Safety and Homeland Security Commissioner Bill Gibbons. TSA agents are no longer searching Americans only in airports, but...
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