Archive for the 'Journalism' Category

Iran haze contains depleted uranium

• July, 2010

Iran haze contains depleted uranium An Iranian lawmaker says the haze that arrives in Iran from Iraq is polluted with depleted uranium due to the US military’s use of the prohibited weapon in the neighboring country. MP Mohammad-Mehdi Shahriari called for urgent measures to prevent the diffusion of the Iraqi haze over Iran. “This is not an issue that can be easily neglected,” said Shahriari, who is a member of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee.

Cottonland – an “Oxy Cotton” tragedy =video=

• July, 2010

Cottonland – OxyCodone / OxyContin Photographer Nance Ackerman describes the havoc prescription painkiller OxyContin, wreaked in the already weakened Cape Breton town of Glace Bay. The film guides us through a culture of economic and social depression where we encounter a number of men and women at different stages of dependency. Demystifying the world of the addict while showing us the complex social nexus that led to such despair, Cottonland emphasizes the importance of a collective approach to tackling addiction. ©copyright//Source::www.nfb.ca – National Film Board

Pacific islands ‘growing not shrinking’

• June, 2010

Pacific islands ‘growing not shrinking’ due to climate change Low-lying Pacific islands regarded as “poster child” examples of the threat from rising sea levels are expanding not sinking, a new study has revealed. Scientists have been surprised by the findings, which show that some islands have grown by almost one-third over the past 60 years. Among the island chains to have increased in land area are Tuvalu and neighbouring Kiribati, both of which attracted attention at last year’s Copenhagen climate summit.

If Marijuana Production Were Legal

• June, 2010

If Marijuana Production Were Legal: Projected Tax Revenues, by State (US only) Love it or hate it, people smoke marijuana – lots of it. In some states marijuana consumption and possession have been decriminalized, and even legalized for medicinal purposes. But, have you ever wondered how large the economics of Marijuana were? Us too. As a result ,have decided to put together this graphic, which illustrates the popularity of marijuana consumption, the federal tax dollars spent to keep marijuana illegal, and the possible tax revenues

Dennis Hopper (RIP) Left Legacy to UFO researchers

• June, 2010

Dennis Hopper Film “Easy Rider” Left Big Legacy to UFO Researchers Dennis Hopper may have passed away, but along with his many film appearances, he has left an important legacy to UFO researchers. That’s the belief of Vancouver-based paranormal researcher Jon Kelly, who says the script that Hopper and “Easy Rider” co-star Peter Fonda wrote for the 1969 counterculture classic helped introduce a lot of information about UFOs to a massive audience. Kelly points to the campfire scene where Hopper (who played Billy) and cast

Voyager 2 spacecraft hijacked by Aliens?

• June, 2010

Has the Voyager 2 been hijacked by extra terrestrial lifeforms? It left Earth 33 years ago, now it’s claimed the Voyager 2 spacecraft may have been hijacked by aliens after sending back data messages NASA scientists can’t decode. NASA installed a 12-inch disk containing music and greetings in 55 languages in case intelligent extraterrestrial life ever found it. But now the spacecraft is sending back what sounds like an answer: Signals in an unknown data format! The best scientific minds have so far not been

UFO – a JOSE ESCAMILLA film “for your eyes only”

• April, 2010

<<Editors notE>> A nice long UFO documentary made by Jose Escamilla that discusses many of the current knowledge about ET crafts, free energy solutions, government cover-ups, ET-craft crashlandings, testimonies from former government officials currently also working together with the “disclosure project” – crew. Enjoy the watching, make of it what you will. In the end, the truth always comes out! Disclose.tv – UFO 4 your eyes only part 1

Who funds the Afghan Taliban? You don’t want to know…

• April, 2010

Who is funding the Afghan Taliban? You don’t want to know KABUL — It is the open secret no one wants to talk about, the unwelcome truth that most prefer to hide. In Afghanistan, one of the richest sources of Taliban funding is the foreign assistance coming into the country. Virtually every major project includes a healthy cut for the insurgents. Call it protection money, call it extortion, or, as the Taliban themselves prefer to term it, “spoils of war,” the fact remains that international

Warp Drive Engine Could Suck Earth Into Black Hole

• April, 2010

Warp Drive Engine Could Suck Earth Into Black Hole “Star Trek” makes faster-than-light travel look easy, but according to new calculations by Italian physicists, a warp drive could easily create a black hole that would incinerate any passengers on a space craft and then suck Earth into a black hole. “Warp drives are so far the best case scenario to attain faster-than-light travel,” said Stefano Finazzi of Italy’s International School for Advanced Studies. This paper “makes it much harder to realize, if not almost impossible,