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UPDATE: Bilderberg 2012

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Event: Bilderberg Meeting 2012

Location: Chantilly, VA

Dates: May 31st – June 3rd

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Bilderberg is one of the real power structures at the helm of the planet and must be fully exposed to ever have a chance to dethrone the global crime syndicate commonly referred to as the New World Order.

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For years respected press agencies such as the Washington Post and the New York Times have attended the meetings, subsequently hiding the truth from the public for over 50 years.

Those times have now come to an end.

The alternative media is growing rapidly and it is our duty as free people of the planet earth to OCCUPY and EXPOSE Bilderberg May 31st – June 3rd. . . . visit web site

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Archaeologists Excavate a Lost Kingdom Buried Beneath Volcanic Ash

Photo – Pompeii, the Last Days SOURCE Wikipedia Public Domain

from Popular Archaeology

Sat, May 12, 2012

In 1980, people began to take notice when workers from a commercial logging company began dredging up pottery fragments and bones in an area near the little village of Pancasila on the island of Sumbawa, Indonesia. Other locals began finding coins, brassware and charred timber in the same region, all buried beneath a thick layer of volcanic deposits. The finds were not far from the foot of the Tambora volcano, a volcano that, in April of 1815, produced the largest eruption in recorded history. In fact, so intense was the eruption, it’s atmospheric effects influenced weather patterns across faraway Europe and North America. And in one evening alone, it destroyed at least one entire village kingdom near its feet.

Acting on the discovery of these finds in 2004, Volcanologist Haraldur Sigurdsson of the University of Rhode Island began investigating the jungle-shrouded area by using Ground Penetrating Radar. He identified a complete house buried under 2-3 metres of pyroclastic flow and surge deposits. . . . Read Complete Report

The Town too Tough to Die, Tombstone Arizona (Despite the U. S. Government)

Photo: Tombstone AZ City Hall SOURCE Wikipedia Public Domain

from Canada Fee Press

Convenient Lies and Governance of the Earth

Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh  Tuesday, May 15, 2012

“The Powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the People.”(Tenth Amendment)

While the people of Tombstone, Arizona, are waiting to get water back on line, the federal government is asking them for $80,000 in order to tell them why they cannot have it back unless they use only simple tools to do it with, like hand tools and wheelbarrows. Boulders the size of Volkswagen are trapping the waterlines, buried in some places under 12 ft of mud. . . . Read Complete Report


HyQ – IIT’s Hydraulic Quadruped Robot – Balancing and First Outdoor Tests (video)

from youtube

Published on May 14, 2012 by

HyQ is a new versatile quadruped robot with hydraulic+electric actuation developed at the Department of Advanced Robotics at the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT). HyQ is fast, robust, actively compliant and ready for versatile locomotion. It weighs 70kg and is 1m long. . . . SOURCE

Artificial Intelligence Could Be on Brink of Passing Turing Test

from Wired Science

April 12, 2012 | 5:37 pm

One hundred years after Alan Turing was born, his eponymous test remains an elusive benchmark for artificial intelligence. Now, for the first time in decades, it’s possible to imagine a machine making the grade.

Turing was one of the 20th century’s great mathematicians, a conceptual architect of modern computing whose codebreaking played a decisive part in World War II. His test, described in a seminal dawn-of-the-computer-age paper, was deceptively simple: If a machine could pass for human in conversation, the machine could be considered intelligent.

Artificial intelligences are now ubiquitous, from GPS navigation systems and Google algorithms to automated customer service and Apple’s Siri, to say nothing of Deep Blue and Watson — but no machine has met Turing’s standard. The quest to do so, however, and the lines of research inspired by the general challenge of modeling human thought, have profoundly influenced both computer and cognitive science.

There is reason to believe that code kernels for the first Turing-intelligent machine have already been written. . . . Read Complete Report

UPDATE: Are cops drugging Occupy Wall Street protesters in Minnesota? (w/video report)

Photo May 1, 2012 Occupy Movement – Brooklyn Bridge Photo (Public Domain) by: David Shankbone


We originally covered this story as a side bar on May 3, 2012 when we featured a series of videos showing different Occupy protests around the country . . . EDITOR

Original Report: May 1, 2012 The OCCUPY Movement : The Other Side

Are cops drugging Occupy Wall Street protesters in Minnesota?

Published: 15 May, 2012, 20:44

After footage surfaced of Occupy Wall Street protesters in Minnesota making claims that they’ve been drugged by police officers, authorities in the state have opened up a criminal investigation.

At least one Minnesota state trooper has been placed on paid leave since law enforcement officers began investigating allegations that cops arrived at Occupy Wall Street encampments and drugged protesters.

Independent filmmakers and journalists in the state say that they have encountered members of local Occupy offshoots who say they have been offered drugs by law enforcement officers. Protesters who opt in to the program are stoned for free while, in turn, cops monitor the effects of the intoxicants. . . . Read Complete Report

NEW Study: Smoked Cannabis Reduces Some Symptoms Of Multiple Sclerosis

from Nano Patents and Innovations

 Tuesday, May 15, 2012
A clinical study of 30 adult patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) at the University of California, San Diego Schoolof Medicine has shown that smoked cannabis may be an effective treatment for spasticity – a common and disabling symptom of this neurological disease.The placebo-controlled trial also resulted in reduced perception of pain, although participants also reported short-term, adverse cognitive effects and increased fatigue. The study will be published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal on May 14. . . . Read Complete Report

Are we missing the boat! Could Dec. 21, 2012 actually arrive on May 20, 2012?

Image of Quetzalcoatl (Codex Telleriano-Remensis) – Public Domain

Everyone is waiting for 12/21/12, well almost everybody.  But will ANYONE be ready for — May 20, 2012. WOW! That’s just a few days away.  Will I be ready? . . . EDITOR



Crop Circle Decoded: Return of the Maya’s Quetzalcoatl on May 20, 2012?

A recently decoded crop circle predicts the return of the Mayan deity, Quetzalcoatl on May 20, 2012.

East Kennett July 22, 2010 10 pyramids with 5 levels.  Middle shows an eclipse and astrological events, transit of Venus, annular solar eclipse visible in the Pacific on May 20th, 2012.  On may 20, the Maya sun Kinich Ahau aligns with the Tsab (the sun king will align with the Pleiades <Tsab to the Maya>).

On May 20th, during the annular solar eclipse of the Pleiades, the sun, the moon, Earth and the center of the galaxy will align. This is the same alignment that some people expect on December 21, 2012. . . . Read Complete Report

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Crop Circles (2012) Return of Quetzalcoatl Episode 4 of the new series uncovering the REAL STARGATE phenomenon within our galaxy and beyond. SOURCE

FAA Releases List of Registered Domestic Drone Operators

Photo CBP Air and Marine officers control and watch images taken by Unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) of the CBP. This surveillance provides information concerning illegal activities taking place in remote areas to Border Patrol agents. SOURCE Wikipedia Public Domain

from U.S. News

By Greg Otto April 24, 2012

A wide range of public organizations—from the military to local law enforcement—are allowed to fly drones in American skies.

A broad array of organizations are authorized to fly drones within U.S. borders, ranging from defense contractors, to universities, and even a Midwest town with a population of less than 2,500 people.

The Federal Aviation Administration released a list of 63 authorized launch sites last week after a Freedom of Information Act request was filed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Using the information gathered from the FAA, the EFF put together a map that shows where authorized domestic unmanned aerial vehicles are being launched from. . . . Read Complete Report