Archive for October 2, 2013

State Of Mind: The Psychology Of Control   Leave a comment

State Of Mind: The Psychology Of Control, from the creators of A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995, reveals that much of what we believe to be truth is actually deliberate deception. The global elites are systematically implanting lies into our consciousness to erect a “tyranny over the minds of men.” This film exposes the mind control methods being used to turn our once vibrant society into a land of obedient sheeple.
Are we controlled?
To what extent and by whom?
What does it mean for humanity’s future?
From cradle to grave our parents, peers, institutions and society inform our values and behaviors but this process has been hijacked. State Of Mind examines the science of control that has evolved over generations to keep us firmly in place so that dictators, power brokers and corporate puppeteers may profit from our ignorance and slavery. From the anvil of compulsory schooling to media and entertainment, we are kept in perpetual bondage to the ideas that shape our actions.

State Of Mind delves into the abyss to expose the true agendas at work. This film reveals the secret manipulations at work and provides shocking and suppressed historical and current examples. From the ancient roots of the control of human behavior to its maturity in the mind control experiments of intelligence agencies and other organs of manipulation, State Of Mind reveals a plan for the future that drives home the dreadful price of our ignorance.

We are prepared for a new paradigm. Will we choose our own paths or have one selected for us? State Of Mind unveils the answers that may decide whether humankind will fulfill its destiny or be forever shackled to its own creation.

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The Syrian War – What You’re Not Being Told   Leave a comment

What’s really going on in Syria? Who actually committed the “chemical weapons attack?”

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The propaganda behind Obama’s drone war   Leave a comment

The propaganda push behind Obama’s drone war. And Somalia – where being a journalist can cost you your life.

It has been one of the worst-kept secrets of the Obama administration – the aggressive campaign of drone strikes against suspected militants hiding out in the tribal areas of Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia. According to the London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism, under President Barack Obama there have been a total of 280 drone strikes on Pakistan alone and the civilian death toll has been anywhere from 482 to 832. The Obama administration puts this figure at just 60. In our News Divide this week we analyse what is behind the difference in the casualty figures the US government reports and what investigative journalists have found on the ground.

DMT: The Spirit Molecule   Leave a comment

The Spirit Molecule

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Voyage of Darwin’s Beagle: Adapt or Die   Leave a comment

In this episode, Sarah and Redmond explore how Australia is helping to shape the future of mankind through gene research and artificial intelligence. They look into changes in the Earth’s temperature over the past 50,000 years.

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New programming language could code DNA to deliver drugs and detect diseases   Leave a comment


The University of Washington envisions a future where our bodies will be tuned to heal us just as easily as software is built to entertain us — and it’s come up with a method that could eventually turn this idea into a reality. University researchers have developed a programming language that engineers could use to build artificial DNA molecules that can be embedded into human cells. While the language is still in its infancy and not far enough along for use in the medical industry, the university says it hopes its creation will eventually be used to craft custom molecules that can be inserted into a patient’s body to deliver drugs or detect diseases and other abnormalities.


The language essentially builds on the sort of chemical equations anyone who has taken a chemistry class will be familiar with. In a report published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, researchers said the language lets them write equations for DNA in code that can be used to test new drugs and medical treatments. In theory, the language could program DNA molecules to control our cells no differently than a rudimentary computer. If Washington’s software-like approach to dictating how our cells operate pans out, doctors could someday have us ingesting code instead of pills to fight off diseases.

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Space shuttle Enterprise pictures display   Leave a comment






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Beautiful weirdness of Mars   Leave a comment

















All images credit of NASA/JPL/University of Arizona.







Mounted to the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter as it floats high above the red planet is the HiRISE telescope, an imaging device capable of taking incredibly high-resolution photos of the martian landscape. It’s sent back nearly 30,000 photos during its time above the planet, which have been used by NASA to find clear landing spots for rovers, and by researchers to learn more about the features of Mars’ surface.

The stunning views captured by HiRISE have inspired a book from the publisher Aperture, called This is Mars, which includes 150 of its finest looks at the planet. The entire collection is in black and white, however, as that’s how HiRISE’s images naturally turn out.

But by combining different color filters on the telescope, NASA is able to produce colored versions of most images too. They’re known as “false color” images, since they won’t perfectly match up with what the human eye would see. False color images are still useful, however, in helping researchers distinguish between different elements of Mars’ landscape. They’re also downright gorgeous to look through. Below, we’ve collected our own series of some of the most incredible sights taken by HiRISE throughout 2013.





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5,300 Year Old Red Blood Cell Found Inside Iceman Mummy   Leave a comment


Image: Albert Zink

You’re looking at the world’s oldest red blood cell: it was found in the body of the 5,300-year old Ötzi the Iceman mummy.

Albert Zink, a biological anthropologist at the European Academy of Bozen/Bolzano, was the leader of the study that uncovered the elusive cells. “It was very surprising, because we didn’t really expect to find compete red blood cells,” Zink said. “We hoped to find maybe some remnants or shrunken red blood cells, but these are looking like a modern-day sample; the dimensions are the same.”

Zink and his colleagues took tissue samples from Ötzi’s arrow wound and from an earlier wound on the mummy’s hand. Using a light microscope, they identified round objects that looked a bit like red blood cells, Zink said. But to be sure, the researchers needed more advanced technology.

They turned to a device called an atomic force microscope, which works by “feeling” rather than “seeing” an object. The minuscule probe, itself invisible to the naked eye, runs over the object like a needle on a record player.


As the probe bumps up and down along the object’s contours, a laser measures the movement. The result is a three-dimensional “tracing” of the object.

In the case of the mysterious Ötzi contents, an exciting picture emerged: The roundish shapes were indeed red blood cells.


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