Ooh! It’s Just Like “Clear and Present Danger”!

Ooh! It’s Just Like “Clear and Present Danger”!

U.S. special forces are active in Mexico

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com Mexico is in a bit of a pickle. In December, 2006, President Felipe Calderon kicked-off a crackdown upon the seven drug cartels which earn $13bn every year from transporting drugs to the United States. The government says that 34,612 people have been killed since then, including drug gang members, security force personnel, and innocent civilians. The death toll of 15,237 last year was the steepest yet. Violence has increased as previously allied drug cartels fight...
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Beware Companies Asking to Scan Your Driver’s License

Beware Companies Asking to Scan Your Driver’s License

"Papers, please!"

More and more companies are requiring their customers to forfeit driver’s license identification when purchasing products. If you’re buying an Xbox game at Target, the clerk may want to scan your driver’s license. If you’re dropping off a package at UPS, the clerk may want to scan your driver’s license. If you’re buying a drink at the bar, the server may want to scan your driver’s license. If you’re buying medicine for a cold, the pharmacist may want to scan...
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Malls and Stores Are Tracking You

Malls and Stores Are Tracking You

The Short Pump Town Center is one of many businesses that want to track you.

On Black Friday two malls started tracking their customers secretly by cell phone. The tracking system, known as FootPath, follows the movements of shoppers by logging cellphone location data and does not allow shoppers to opt out. Following public outcry against this invasion of privacy, the malls have stopped tracking visitors, for now at least. The malls, California’s Promenade Temecula and Virginia’s Short Pump Town Center, have plans to continue the program in the future. Home Depot and JCPenny are...
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Scientists Create Doomsday Virus in Laboratory

Scientists Create Doomsday Virus in Laboratory

A small child infected with the now virtually eradicated smallpox virus in 1973.

Dubbed “the virus that should never have been created”, an extremely deadly modification of the H5N1 Bird Flu virus has been developed in a laboratory. The most frightening aspect of the virus is the ease in which it spreads. It can travel in the air and people coming into contact with those already infected are certain to catch it. Scientists not sure whether to publish doomsday virus recipe If it isn’t enough to make such a deadly virus to begin...
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New Earth-Like Planet May Contain Life

New Earth-Like Planet May Contain Life

A newly discovered planet may hold alien life.

A newly discovered planet, named Gliese 581g, holds the possibility of containing water and alien life. The planet is positioned in the habitable or “Goldilocks” zone, where the temperature is not too hot and not too cold to support life as we know it. Gliese 581g has a mass of 3 to 4 times that of Earth and a year on the planet lasts only 37 days. One side of the planet is always facing its star, receiving perpetual daylight,...
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Woman Stored Alien Corpse Inside Her Refrigerator for 2 Years

Woman Stored Alien Corpse Inside Her Refrigerator for 2 Years

Is this the corpse of an alien, or a hoax?

A Russian woman claims she found an alien corpse from a crash site in 2009, and had been storing it in her refrigerator ever since. She says she snapped these photos before two men from the Karelian Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences came to her home to confiscate the body: Is it real, or a hoax? It’s likely a hoax. Look at the stiff, twig-looking arm. The creature wouldn’t have been able to pick anything up when...
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No Revolution in America: TIME Changes Cover for Americans

No Revolution in America: TIME Changes Cover for Americans

TIME presents news to Americans differently.

TIME changes the cover of its magazine when selling issues in the United States. The latest occurrence involves the December edition, where pictures of the Egyptian revolution are replaced by a childish cartoon telling Americans it’s o.k. to worry about silly little insignificant things.   Why the switcharoo? Many negative inferences can be drawn from the cover-switching practice: Media is censored in America Americans are too dumb to understand world problems Americans don’t care about world problems The media is...
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“I’m a Soldier, Too.” …but the Silly Bitch Didn’t Clean Her Weapon

“I’m a Soldier, Too.” …but the Silly Bitch Didn’t Clean Her Weapon

Jessica Lynch

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com Tiny, blond, 19 year-old Private Jessica Dawn Lynch was a clerk with the 507th Ordnance Maintenance Company of the U.S. Army, who had joined up to escape the 15 percent unemployment of her home in West Virginia. The motto of the 507th is “Just fix it.” Jessica’s duties likely included completing forms to requisition parts and documentation of their arrival. She and six comrades were captured and eleven died after their convoy made a wrong...
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Does Newt Gingrich Wear a Masonic Lapel Pin?

Does Newt Gingrich Wear a Masonic Lapel Pin?

Newt Gingrich seen wearing a mysterious pin at the GOP presidential debate.

During the CNN GOP presidential candidate debate on November 22nd, viewers spotted an unusual lapel worn by Newt Gingrich. If you look closely at the picture above, you can see a pin resembling the same one Masonic members use. Here is a picture of a Masonic pin for reference: Could it be that Gingrich, a presidential runner-up who could one day become the leader of the world’s most powerful nation, is a Freemason member?
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U.S. Army’s Real-Life SKYnet from Terminator Movies Becoming Self-Aware

U.S. Army’s Real-Life SKYnet from Terminator Movies Becoming Self-Aware

Letting machines make their own decisions may not be a good idea.

Straight out of the Terminator movies, the U.S. Army is developing a self-aware network of robots used to manage communications and movement on the battlefield. The machines are given wireless networking capabilities and network-wide learning algorithms to allow the robots to make decisions. It is hoped the results will be reduced human decision responsibility, a resilient data network with instant data transfer, and reduced energy consumption. “It’s important that we apply learning and reasoning because currently, there’s no ‘intelligence’ in...
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