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Has the Tide Turned for Japanese Whaling?

Written by on February 21, 2011 in Nature with 3 Comments
Has the Tide Turned for Japanese Whaling?

They are calling it, “Victory in the Southern Ocean Day.” The Sea Shepherd has successfully harassed and intimidated the Nisshin Maru factory ship causing it to tuck its tail and return home. The Sea Shepherd ship, Bob Barker, has been hunting the Nisshin Maru, since the 9th of February and has kept them from harvesting whales which also makes it unprofitable for the Japanese whalers to be at sea.

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Scientific Proof that Galactic Energies Have Triggered Worldwide Consciousness Expansion

Written by on February 5, 2011 in Science with 55 Comments
Scientific Proof that Galactic Energies Have Triggered Worldwide Consciousness Expansion

On Coast to Coast AM, scientist David Sereda provided evidence that our Solar System entered a new field of cosmic energy that set off a chain of events including the vibration of the entire planet, the largest storm ever recorded on Saturn, and an early sunrise in Greenland (related to a wobble of the Earth […]

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Dolphins May Use an “Extra Sense”

Written by on January 24, 2011 in Nature with 1 Comment
Dolphins May Use an “Extra Sense”

Recent research has found that dolphins that are blindfolded have the ability to imitate fin movement, swimming maneuvers and other actions of nearby dolphins even when their vision is impaired. One dolphin named Tanner who resides in the Florida Keys at the Dolphin Research Center wore nontransparent goggles administered by Dr. Kelly Jaakkola.  Tanner then demonstrated the ability to […]

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Scientists Achieve Teleportation Across Time

Written by on January 20, 2011 in Science with 0 Comments
Scientists Achieve Teleportation Across Time

University of Queensland physicists say they have achieved time teleportation without the use of a DeLorean or Mr. Scott.  The scientists state that not only is it possible to teleport across vast distances but that travel to another time is also possible. Now get your glasses and your pocket protector on because the scientists are […]

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A Beautiful Day for Dolphins in Taiji

Written by on January 16, 2011 in Nature with 0 Comments
A Beautiful Day for Dolphins in Taiji

According to a recent post in Rick O’Barry’s blog, six brave Japanese women held a demonstration in Taiji against the dolphin hunt taking place that day. O’Barry said that if people in Japan speak out they risk losing their jobs and become socially ostracized not to mention repercussions with the government.

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Has The Magnetic Pole Reversal Already Begun?

Written by on January 11, 2011 in Earth & Space with 0 Comments
Has The Magnetic Pole Reversal Already Begun?

The The British Geological Survey (BGS) recently reported that the South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA) is growing in size and spreading westwards from South Africa, while the Earth’s internal magnetic field is rapidly weakening in the region. This may be early evidence of a forthcoming reversal in the direction of the Earth’s internal magnetic field. The […]

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Study Finds Placebos Work Even When Patients Know They’re Taking Them

Written by on December 26, 2010 in Science with 0 Comments
Study Finds Placebos Work Even When Patients Know They’re Taking Them

In a recent study, reported online in the journal Public Library of Science (PLoS), researchers found that placebo pills taken by patients were successful in treating irritable bowel syndrome even when the patients were told they were being treated with placebos. “The conventional wisdom is you need to make a patient think they’re taking a […]

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Total Lunar Eclipse and Winter Solstice on Dec 21, 2010

Written by on December 19, 2010 in Earth & Space with 2 Comments
Total Lunar Eclipse and Winter Solstice on Dec 21, 2010

A rare and significant astrological event will occur in less than 24 hours.  In the early morning on December 21, 2010, a unique conjunction will occur: a full moon, a total lunar eclipse, and the Winter Solstice.  The last time that there was a conjunction between the solstice, the full moon, and a total eclipse […]

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Ultra Low Frequencies Detected From Space Prior To Hatian Quake

Written by on December 13, 2010 in Earth & Space
Ultra Low Frequencies Detected From Space Prior To Hatian Quake

 The No Agenda show revealed a story discussed in MIT’s Technology Review in which the French satellite, DEMETER detected a surge in ULF radiation emanating from Haiti prior to the 7.0 quake hitting Haiti in January. DEMETER (Detection of Electro-Magnetic Emissions Transmitted from Earthquake Regions) was launched in polar orbit in 2004 in order to study low frequencies […]

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A Death Star May Be Hurling Comets At Earth

Written by on December 8, 2010 in Earth & Space
A Death Star May Be Hurling Comets At Earth

 Astrophysicists believe a colossal heavenly body may be hiding at the edge of the solar system and propelling comets and other space debris toward the Earth.  This faraway region known as the Oort cloud sits nearly 93 billion miles from the sun and goes out as far as three light years and hosts comets into the […]

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We Probably Live in a Programmed Reality Says Jim Elvidge

Written by on December 5, 2010 in Science with 2 Comments
We Probably Live in a Programmed Reality Says Jim Elvidge

Earlier this week on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory, Jim Elvidge, author of The Universe – Solved!, said that his book presents compelling evidence that it is “definitely possible, and actually very probable” that our world is a computer simulation that is controlled by a program.  The phrase “programmed reality” was coined way […]

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Sea Shepherd: Dolphins Killed on Thanksgiving but ‘Godzilla’ Stopped Whalers

Written by on December 2, 2010 in Nature with 0 Comments
Sea Shepherd: Dolphins Killed on Thanksgiving but ‘Godzilla’ Stopped Whalers

The Sea Shepherd organization reported bad news recently but ended with positive results. Of course the bad news first is last Thanksgiving weekend the Japanese fishermen in Taiji drove defenseless dolphins into the Cove by hitting pipes making a clanging noise which confuses and disorients them, closing a net behind them, and then guttet them […]

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Scientists Develop Camera That Sees Around Corners

Written by on November 29, 2010 in Technology with 0 Comments
Scientists Develop Camera That Sees Around Corners

Scientists have created a camera that does not have to rely on linear line of sight to capture images.  New technology that utilize “echoes of light” and uber-fast imaging called “Femto-Photography” as a nickname for “femtosecond transient imaging system.” The process is achieved using quick bursts of light that bounce off of various objects then eventually […]

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U.S. On the “Dark Side” of the Moon in 2016

Written by on November 26, 2010 in Earth & Space with 0 Comments
U.S. On the “Dark Side” of the Moon in 2016

A manned mission to return to the Moon for the first time since 1972 may be possible by 2016 in an effort to explore the “dark side” of the moon in a dry run for a manned mission to Mars.  The aerospace engineers at Lockheed Martin intend to establish a stationary orbit around the moon […]

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Does NASA Image Show Ancient Alien Ruins on Mars?

Written by on November 19, 2010 in Earth & Space with 1 Comment
Does NASA Image Show Ancient Alien Ruins on Mars?

A video posted on YouTube earlier today illustrates how to navigate the NASA.gov website to locate a photograph of the “Intrepid” crater on Mars that was taken by NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity on November 11, 2010 . The video also shows how to download the image, zoom in to a specific area, and change […]

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