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    What if Ahmadinejad had gone nuclear?

    On March 29 – WSJ published Michael Oren’s Op-Ed, entitled ‘What If Gadhafi Had Gone Nuclear’. In it, the paranoid Israeli ambassador to Washington, ranted the usual Zionist crap to make a point that the US and EU countries should start bombing Iran as they are currently doing in Libya. He shows...
  2. Unhypnotized

    James Horak - Insights from an Outsider

    HOW WE GET OVER THE HUMP - Important Message to the World by J.C.H. Topics discussed are always varied with James, here is a rough list of what was said. All very important and relevant to what is happening globally around us now... Core meltdown and nuclear desaster in Fukushima, Japan...
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    Unknown Object recorded during Space Shuttle

    March 09, 2011 NASA’s Space Shuttle Program landing on-time at Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 11:57 a.m. EST, March 9, 2011 after 202 orbits around Earth and a journey of 5,304,140 miles…. Source and author: ambroosk (youtube)
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    If Martin Luther King, Jr. Were Alive Today, He Would Call For A New 9/11 Investigation

    The Excavator March 3, 2011 “There comes a time when silence becomes betrayal,” said Martin Luther King Jr in speech, “Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam.” The speech is a revelation of the moral power of truth. If Martin Luther King Jr. were alive today he would not hesitate in...

    Astronauts venture outside station on spacewalk

    Two NASA astronauts ventured outside the International Space Station on Monday to prepare the orbital outpost for life after the United States retires its fleet of three space shuttles. Astronauts Stephen Bowen and Alvin Drew, who arrived at the space station on Saturday aboard the shuttle...

    [Awesome!] Photo Gallery of Space shuttle Discovery's last launch

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Discovery, the world's most traveled spaceship, thundered into orbit for the final time Thursday, heading toward the International Space Station on a journey that marks the beginning of the end of the shuttle era. The six astronauts on board, all experienced space fliers...

    Space Shuttle Discovery By-the-Numbers: Nearly 27 Years as NASA's Space Workhorse

    NASA's space shuttle Discovery may be hanging up its wings after one last mission, but it will leave a long legacy of performance in orbit that will be a challenge for any future spacecraft to match. Discovery is NASA's oldest flying space shuttle and the most traveled winged spaceship in the...

    Huge Cargo Ship Arrives at Space Station Ahead of Shuttle Discovery – 13 mins ago A huge European cargo ship linked up with the International Space Station today (Feb. 24), delivering tons of supplies for the outpost's crew just hours before NASA's planned launch of the shuttle Discovery. The robotic spacecraft, which is the size of a double-decker...
  9. Truth Vibrations

    Gadhafi's first real domestic threat

    -- Moammar Gadhafi's first grab at power occurred 42 years ago in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, when he led a crew of fellow military officers in taking over key government institutions on his way to usurping the nation's monarchy. Ever since, he's referred to himself as the Leader of...
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    Thousands of Tombs in Saudi Desert Spotted From Space

    Little is known about the archaeology of Saudi Arabia, as the government has historically forbid aerial photographs of the landscape and religious sensitivities have made access tricky. But Google Earth is changing that. Satellite images available via the Web-based 3-D map program show that...
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    India Asked to Partner in NASA's Proposed 'MoonRise' Mission

    Indian media is reporting that the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has been approached by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory to partner with NASA in a proposed robotic mission to the lunar South Pole region. The robotic mission is called MoonRise and is one of three candidate missions...
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    Newark, NJ, airport loses power for 90 minutes

    NEWARK, N.J. – A 90-minute power outage at Newark Liberty International Airport messed with airlines' schedules and left them struggling to get back to normal late Monday afternoon. Residual delays were expected into the evening as a result of the outage, which also affected 20,000 customers in...
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    Kurt Haskell Blows Whistle On Underwear Bomber: Given Bomb By US Government To Boost TSA Budget & Implement Body Scanners

    We Are Change/Infowars Jan 28, 2011 I contend that this story is just the tip of the iceberg into the US government’s black operations to further the Patriot Act, funding for Homeland Security and the TSA, and to keep intensity up for the so called War on Terror. Respected lawyer and community...
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    NASA's Day of Remembrance for Apollo 1, Challenger and Columbia

    The last Thursday in January is considered a day of remembrance at NASA, honoring those astronauts who died in the line of duty. They include the crews of Apollo 1,STS 51-L Challenger, and STS-107 Columbia. On Jan. 27, 1967, during a plugs out pad test of the Apollo 1 capsule, a fire broke out...
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    Icke, Swerdlow, Gandhi, Lennon, King, Kennedy & Einstein - The Answer To The Illuminati

    A video by Jay4louise Is,to project LOVE and on the five sense level, peaceful,non-compliance. It`s just a choice,between,fear and love. Source:
  16. Truth Vibrations

    Thousands of JFK photos uncovered -- Thousands of photos taken during John F. Kennedy's 1,036 days as president remain unseen since White House photographer Cecil Stoughton printed and logged them in his darkroom five decades ago. When Stoughton's family auctioned...
  17. Truth Vibrations

    Missing boy found in Scarborough

    Toronto police have found a nine-year-old boy who was reported missing Friday morning. Officials at Emily Carr public school near Morningside and Sheppard Avenues in Scarborough reported the child didn't show up at school Friday morning. But police combed the nearby area after the call and...
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    9/11: Waiting for the tenth Man

    Like the assassinations of Preident Lincoln, President McKinley, President Kennedy, and the Israeli attack on USS Liberty - The real forces behind the tragic events in New York on September 11, 2001 – will never be exposed by Washington to its so-called ‘national security’ reason. The ‘official...
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    Ground zero construction workers win $250,000 in lottery

    -- A lucky band of ground zero construction workers scored a $250,000 prize in a Christmas Eve Mega Millions lottery drawing, picking five of six numbers correctly, the New York Lottery says. The 18 men, who work at the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan, say they ran a workplace pool...
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    It’s just a ‘vulture’, stupid!

    The word ‘vulture’ in the title of this post has nothing to do with Luke O’Farrell’s article titled Vulture Culture, published on the ‘Fool Day’ 2007. In that article he had a picture of vulture with the tag: “Haven’t we met him somewhere before?”. As far as Zionist vultures hovering over...