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"What you think of yourself is much more important than what others think of you." Seneca
Fri Jun 09, 2017, 08:00;23 by RSS Bot
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Here’s how Rosie O’Donnell showed her support for anti-Trump leaker Reality Winner
[html]Liberal actress Rosie O’Donnell posted on her social media account that she had donated money to a fund supporting Reality Winner, the NSA federal contractor…
Liberal actress Rosie O’Donnell posted on her social media account that she had donated money to a fund supporting Reality Winner, the NSA federal contractor who was arrested for leaking confidential information to the media.
O’Donnell posted a message with the link to the GoFundMe account, saying, “i support reality winner,” and, “speak truth to power.” Another post called Winner a “brave young patriot.”
Winner was arrested Monday after the FBI investigation determined she had printed a highly confidential report and delivered it to the news outlet, The Intercept. While the outlet had obtained the report anonymously, the criminal complaint from the FBI indicates that The Intercept accidentally helped them uncover the identity of the leaker when they sought confirmation from the government of the veracity of the leaked document.
Authorities indicate that Winner confessed to the crime, but she has since plead not guilty in federal court. After her arrest was publicized, online sleuths discovered her Twitter account and learned that it was peppered with vociferous anti-Trump messages.
Thu Jun 01, 2017, 22:00;08 by RSS Bot
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John Kerry calls Trump's decision "self-destructive step" that puts U.S. last
John Kerry was secretary of state when the Paris climate agreement was signed. He spoke with Anthony Mason about President Trump's announcement that the U.S. will withdraw from the agreement.
Source: John Kerry calls Trump's decision "self-destructive step" that puts U.S. last
Wed May 31, 2017, 12:04;31 by RSS Bot
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Cosmic Disclosure: Zero Point Energy and Advanced Propulsion Technology
David Wilcock: All right. Welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock. So, Corey, welcome back.
Corey Goode: Thank you.
David: So I've got to say that when I saw this interview footage, the first one we're going to watch here, he actually mentions the name of a guy who I knew very well.
And Mark Comings is one of the only people I've ever met who literally could run rings around me when it came to advanced physics.
And so when you and I are talking, you know a lot more about Secret Space Program stuff than anybody else I've met, except for a few insiders.
Mark Comings is one of those guys, but in the physics arena. So this really shocked me to hear him mention that name because I know so much about this guy we could talk about him for two hours.
So without further ado, let's hear the first thing that Mark McCandlish has to say, and maybe you'll understand why I was so surprised once you see it yourself. Let's take a look.
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CHASING FREE ENERGY
Mark McCandlish: I met a scientist who has since sort of taken himself out of circulation. He's vanished. His name was Mark Comings.
He was a physics professor working as a teaching assistant at UC Berkeley, in their physics department.
And he had been . . . He'd become aware of the fact that in the basement of the physics building on campus was a lot of this old surplus equipment – frequency generators and oscilloscopes and power generators – all these different kinds of things.
So he asked the head of the department if he could go down and just tinker and do some experiments. He had some ideas he wanted to play around with. And they gav...
Wed May 24, 2017, 04:14;06 by RSS Bot
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Cosmic Disclosure: Boyd Bushman's Deathbed Testimonial
David Wilcock: All right. Welcome to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock. I'm here with Corey Goode, our insider's insider. And in this episode, we have some rare footage from a now deceased insider from Lockheed Martin, none other than Boyd Bushman.
So, Corey, welcome to the show.
Corey Goode: Thank you.
David: All right. So here's our first excerpt of an interview that we did not shoot with Boyd Bushman, but is public domain, fair use on the Internet. And given the importance and what we talk about on this show, it's well worth watching. Let's check it out.
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Boyd Bushman: My name is Boyd Bushman. I'm a senior scientist from Lockheed Martin. I have 27 patents.
Approximately 13 years ago, I ran across a person who had been given a job by Dr. Teller.
Dr. Teller was Oppenheimer's right-hand man.
And even after Oppenheimer was thrown out of Area 51, Dr. Teller stayed there and was in charge of several programs.
The person that I contact twice to three times per month is the head of that program now, and they continually update me on everything they possibly can. I do have a top secret clearance.
I choose, however, for their purposes, not to use it because they – the intellig...
Tue May 23, 2017, 12:06;15 by RSS Bot
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Major Ukraine Fuel Station Retailer Taps IBM to Help Improve Efficiency of Operations
IBM today announced that Concern Galnaftogaz, a leading fuel station, convenience store and cafe operator in the Ukraine, has tapped IBM to deploy a company-wide asset and service management solution that will be used by all departments and divisions to bring greater simplicity, flexibility and security to its growing operations.
Source: Major Ukraine Fuel Station Retailer Taps IBM to Help Improve Efficiency of Operations
Wed May 17, 2017, 10:08;22 by RSS Bot
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Cosmic Disclosure: Faster Than Light Technology with Mark McCandlish
David Wilcock: All right. Welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock. I'm here with Corey Goode. So, Corey, welcome back to the show.
Corey Goode: Thank you.
David: We're going to start out now with the first of a series of interview footages from Mark McCandlish, where he's going to be talking about a particular type of propulsion system and a particular craft that one of his insider friends saw.
So without further ado, let's take a look.
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A TOUR OF HIDDEN TECHNOLOGY
Mark McCandlish: I get a phone call from a friend of mine that I'd known in college. For the sake of this conversation, I'll call him Brad.
So Brad calls up, and he says, “You know, I saw your article. I saw your art work, saw your name in the magazine, got a hold of the art director. He gave me your number, and this is Brad. Do you remember me?”
And I said, “Yeah. That's great.”
So we got together for lunch. We were talking, and I mentioned to him that there was an air show coming up at Norton Air Force Base, which is in San Bernardino. It's about 75 miles east of Los Angeles.
And there was a story that they might have the SR-71 Blackbird either do a flyby or that it might be on static display, which was kind of rare back then.
So we decide we were going to go to the air show. And at the last minute, the magazine called up and indicated that they were so happy with that illustration that they wanted me to do another illustration that was going to be coming out the following year in February of '89, on the X-31 program.
So they wanted it completed as a quick turnaround, and so I basically had to pass on going to...
Sun May 14, 2017, 20:00;21 by RSS Bot
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Tom Brokaw takes NBC anchor to school over real journalism and destroys liberal narrative on Comey
[html]Veteran NBC anchor Tom Brokaw, who for years hosted “NBC Nightly News,” chided the mainstream media last week during a discussing over President Donald Trump…
Veteran NBC anchor Tom Brokaw, who for years hosted “NBC Nightly News,” chided the mainstream media last week during a discussing over President Donald Trump choosing to fire James Comey as director of the FBI.
Critics argue that Trump fired Comey in order to hide an alleged connection to Russia, arguing that Trump was unable to handle the FBI’s widening probe into the alleged connection. However, the claims that Trump’s presidential campaign colluded with Russia have thus far been unsubstantiated with concrete evidence.
Still, the Richard Nixon Presidential Library trolled Trump’s decision on Twitter last week following the move.
“FUN FACT: President Nixon never fired the Director of the FBI,” the library tweeted.
Speaking on her MSNBC show Thursday, NBC News anchor Andrea Mitchell noted the “Nixonian” analogies being used by the media and others, mostly Democrats, who are comparing what Trump did in firing Comey to some of the criminal acts Nixon committed as president, such as the Watergate scandal.
But Brokaw disagreed with the comparison. He also cautioned Mitchell and others...
Fri May 12, 2017, 16:05;26 by RSS Bot
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IBM Hiring Managers Share Advice for New Collar Job Seekers
Three IBM hiring managers today shared valuable advice for New Collar Job seekers pursuing careers in some of today’s fastest growing technology fields, from cloud computing and cybersecurity to cognitive systems and digital design.
Source: IBM Hiring Managers Share Advice for New Collar Job Seekers
Tue May 09, 2017, 20:00;21 by RSS Bot
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Mattis OK With Defense Spending Boost — for Now
[html]He wanted more, but Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said he was satisfied with the military spending increase approved last week by Congress and signed by...
He wanted more, but Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said he was satisfied with the military spending increase approved last week by Congress and signed by President Donald Trump.
“This is an important step toward rebuilding military readiness at a time when we are confronting serious security challenges throughout the globe,” Mattis said.
“These additional funds will accelerate the campaign to defeat ISIS, support ongoing operations in Afghanistan and address critical budget shortfalls,” he added, referring to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
The additional funding of at least $15 billion — some estimated it was $21 billion — for the military was included in the $1.07 trillion federal budget resolution for the rest of fiscal 2017. The agreement was signed last Friday by Trump to avoid a government shutdown
The omnibus bill included a $15 billion boost in supplemental defense spending, about half the amount sought by Trump. The funding is designated as Overseas Contingency Operations spending, which does not count against statutory budget caps.
The extra funding for the military, on top of the $578 billion that had been proposed for the overall budget, included $85 million to replenish the Navy’s stockpile of Tomahawk cruise missiles, which were used last month to hit a Syrian airfield in response to a chemical weapons attack.
It also incl...
Mon May 08, 2017, 04:01;02 by RSS Bot
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Climate change madness: Alarmists want you to eat insects to stop global warming
[html]You can’t make this stuff up. Eric Worrall at Watts Up With That? highlighted in a recent post a study suggesting people consume more insects…
You can’t make this stuff up.
Eric Worrall at Watts Up With That? highlighted in a recent post a study suggesting people consume more insects as a way to cut greenhouse-gas emissions, which some scientists believe are responsible for causing higher temperatures and all the alleged “harms” resulting from warmer climates.
The study, titled “Could Consumption of Insects, Cultured Meat or Imitation Meat Reduce Global Agricultural Land Use?,” was published on April 22 in the journal Global Food Security. The researchers, all of whom come from Europe or Australia, wrote in their abstract, “Animal products, i.e. meat, milk and eggs, provide an important component in global diets, but livestock dominate agricultural land use by area and are a major source of greenhouse gases. Cultural and personal associations with animal product consumption create barriers to moderating consumption, and hence reduced environmental impacts.”
The researchers wrote one of their goals was to determine a way to reduce animals’ land use and greenhouse-gas emissions by examining nutritious alternatives to eating animals, such as cows.
“The results suggest that imitation meat and insects have the highest land use efficiency, but the land use requirements are only slightly greater for eggs and poultry meat,” wrote the researchers. “The efficiency of insects and their ability to convert agricultural by-products and food waste into food, suggests further research into insect production is warranted. …”
“We conclude that although a diet with lower rates of animal product consumption is likely to create the greatest reduction in agricultural land,...