I’ve known for years that, no matter how good your firewall, there’s no faster way to royally mess up your computer than to do a thorough search for ‘9-11 Truth’ or conspiracy news. So it took quite a bit of doing, but in honor of the 7th anniversary of September 11, there’s (finally) a wealth of both in today’s news.
- Unusual magnetic forces within the steel girders caused WTC towers to collapse on 9-11. More. So how did this magnetism create those pools of molten metal?
- More 9/11 Strangeness: Scorpions & Other Synchronicities.
- Significant new information details CIA criminal culpability in allowing the 9/11 attacks.
- US admits, ‘We haven’t seen Osama Bin Laden since Tora Bora — we were distracted by Iraq.’ Well, no wonder…
- Oops, missed a doozy: On the 7th Anniversary of Attacks, White House Claims Bin Laden Wan Not The ‘Mastermind’ of Sept 11.
- Bob Woodward says the death or capture of Osama bin Laden could be ‘October surprise’. Or maybe not.
- Global poll of 16,063 people in 17 nations finds that majorities in only nine countries believe al Qaeda was behind the 9-11 terrorist attacks. On average, 46 percent of those surveyed said al Qaeda was responsible, 15 percent said the U.S. government, 7 percent said Israel and 7 percent said some other perpetrator.
- Big Bang machine makes huge impact: Jubilation as protons complete their first circuit of the Large Hadron Collider, hours ahead of schedule. With video.
- Disagreement between Peter Higgs and Stephen Hawking overshadows Large Hadron Collider experiment celebrations.
- Test your knowledge of fictional mad scientists.
- Apocalypse No
wt: 30 memorable dates when predictions of the Earth’s eminent demise proved to be premature.
- Biologists say, before evolution came prevolution.
- Six fossilised forests the size of small cities have provided prehistoric evidence of how tropical rainforests are destroyed by global warming.
- Shadowy scientific elite, the Jasons, warned the US about global warming 30 years ago, but their report was sidelined for political convenience.
- Animal remains at a site near Stonehenge suggest neolithic people from as far away as Wales brought their own livestock to barbecue at cultural events.
- Ancient Macedonian dig yields treasures.
- Peru archaeologists find pre-Inca sacrificial tomb.
- The white priestess of Nigeria’s ‘black magic’.
- Why we evolved to be superstitious.
- Lack of water on Mars is perplexing NASA scientists.
- Shuttle mission to repair Hubble telescope faces increased threat from space junk.
- ‘Naked Eye’ Gamma Ray burst was aimed squarely at Earth.
- Gases that cause volcanoes to erupt may have spewed from meteorites that smashed into the earth billions of years ago.
- Eta Carinae, the galaxy’s biggest, brightest and perhaps most studied star after the sun, has been keeping a secret: Its giant outbursts appear to be driven by an entirely new type of stellar explosion.
- Stephen Colbert’s digitized DNA to back up the human race in space.
- ‘Galactic Internet’ could broadcast alien signals. More regarding these intergalactic telegrams.
- A batch of Henry Kissinger’s phone conversations about Chile in 1970 and 1973 has just been declassified and released, with new info about how deeply Nixon and Kissinger were involved in the Chilean coup that brought Pinochet to power.
- Russia says ‘foreign military’ taught Georgians IED techniques.
- With a coup in the making in Bolivia, President Evo Morales accuses the US ambassador of conspiring against democracy, and orders him to leave the country.
- Shocking video footage lends credence to claims that 90 Afghans – not seven – died in US airstrike.
- The U.S. military relied on an ‘independent journalist’ to deny Afghan villagers’ claims that a recent airstrike resulted in a large number of civilian deaths. It turns out that ‘journalist’ is Oliver North.
- Former top CIA official accused of corruption and fraud is threatening to expose the identities of numerous agents and programs as part of his defense.
- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ‘could be kidnapped by Mossad’.
- Murder in Mexico: The police who are no better than the criminals.
- This is the ‘video trailer’ that sparked the preemptive police raids on protest groups, and ‘Minority Report’-style pre-crime arrests for terrorism in the days before the Republican National Convention.
- The 65-mpg Ford that the US can’t have.
- Farmers see ‘Mark of the Beast’ in RFID livestock tags.
- Mass media brainwashing creates false memories.
- War between Scientology and mask-wearing group ‘Anonymous’ heats up: Last week DMCA takedown notices demanded 4,000 videos criticizing Scientology be pulled from YouTube. After counter-notices poured in, the videos went back up.
- The shocking menace of satellite surveillance.
- Ghandi Pills? Psychatrist argues for ‘moral performance enhancers’.
- How to score big in the stock market: First, hack into dozens of online traders’ brokerage accounts. Next, buy hundreds of thousands of shares of selected stocks using your hacked accounts, a move that largely moves up the stock price. Then sell your own shares of the same stock that you already owned and profit millions.
- How a six-year-old news article caused United Airlines’ stock to plummet 75% Monday.
- NZ scientists want to bring Fijian ‘chicken man’ to Auckland to study his brain.
- Criminals traced by text message grammar.
- The death of e-commerce? ‘CookieMonster’ can siphon net user’s personal info even when browsing session is encrypted from start to finish.
- Aussie actress/author Blossom Goodchild has the internet abuzz over her channeled announcement that a huge UFO will appear on Oct 14th ‘in the south of your hemisphere’, and will hang around for 3 days. YouTube audio of the announcement.
- Still Waiting: A list of predictions from the UFO culture.
- YouTube: The storm and suddenly a UFO above Beverwijk Holland. (Pause at 19th second to freeze-frame UFO.)
A big thanks to Rick & Red Pill Junkie.
Quote of the Day:
One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It is simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been so credulous.