Nunzio La Vecchia is back, baby! And at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, he’s pitching an even more extraordinary, updated version of his flow cell supercar, the Nanoflowcell Quant F. La Vecchia claims that the updated car’s flow battery can power the motor to a tune of 1,000 hp (746 kW) and 500 miles (805 km). We’re still loath to believe all the hype, but this high-tech red sports car simply can’t be ignored. . . . Read Complete Report
The new QUANT e-Sportlimousine is the first prototype built around the groundbreaking nanoFLOWCELL® powertrain and energy-storage concept. It marks a quantum leap in the development of electric mobility. Optically, the QUANT e-Sportlimousine stands out thanks to the elegant lines of its state-of-the-art design. . .
An edited version of an interview from an earlier show with Jim Hogshire author of “Grossed-out Surgeon Vomits Inside Patient! An Insider’s Look at Supermarket Tabloids”. A second chance to hear information seldom hear or read anywhere. Don’t miss this first show of the year.
If you thought those supermarket tabloids you glance at, read the headline, or buy is just for fun, think again. As they say “follow the money” and Jim Hogshire does just that and more. Don’t miss the “best” of this classic interview on a subject few talk about. The supermarket propaganda disinformation rags. . . EDITOR
How cool are dinosaurs? We loved the film Jurassic Park, and who could resist Rex, the shy Tyrannosaurus rex from Toy Story? People have always had a fascination with these magical creatures and Spain is no exception. In fact, Spain is one of the richest areas in the world for dinosaur remains, and has devoted many museums and theme parks to their ancient predecessors. If you and your family love dinosaurs, come to Spain for a daring adventure: 1,945 miles of unparalleled dinosaur discovery.
THE JOURNEY BEGINS
If you want to venture into the world of dinosaurs and take a journey through time, start in the capital of Madrid, one of the liveliest cities in Europe. Fasten your seat belt because you´re in for a ride! . . Read Complete Report
Odyssey Marine Exploration just finished a record-setting recovery effort in the North Atlantic, pulling 1,574 silver ingots from the wreck of merchant ship SS Gairsoppa three miles below the choppy seas. The total value is expected to rise more than $35 million.
The mournful tale of the SS Gairsoppa stood unchanged for seven decades — sunk by a German U-boat, 84 people killed, its fortune in silver bars forever lost to the Atlantic Ocean.
Human skulls deliberately warped into strange, alien-like shapes have been unearthed in a 1,000-year-old cemetery in Mexico, researchers say.
The practice of deforming skulls of children as they grew was common in Central America, and these findings suggest the tradition spread farther north than had been thought, scientists added.
The cemetery was discovered by residents of the small Mexican village of Onavas in 1999 as they were building an irrigation canal. It is the first pre-Hispanic cemetery found in the northern Mexican state of Sonora. . . . Read Complete Report
Is this weird and vertically elongated Skull the one from Andover? Real or Hoax – We’re not sure but it’s a fantastic picture. . . .
For centuries, perhaps even millennia, people have been finding weird skulls and strange artefacts that they cannot easily explain. These range from gold coins embedded in coal to complicated tools such as the Antikythera Mechanism. The same is true for skull bones and there have been many discovered that challenge the perception of human evolution. The fairly recent archaeological discovery of miniature human bones on the Indonesian Island of Flores has lead to the establishment of a new, if contentious, species of human – Homo Floresiensis. . . . Read Complete Report
By Associated Press, Updated: Thursday, September 20, 8:08 AM
MANILA, Philippines — Archaeologists have unearthed remnants of what they believe is a 1,000-year-old village on a jungle-covered mountaintop in the Philippines with limestone coffins of a type never before found in this Southeast Asian nation, officials said Thursday.
National Museum official Eusebio Dizon said the village on Mount Kamhantik, near Mulanay town in Quezon province, could be at least 1,000 years old based on U.S. carbon dating tests done on a human tooth found in one of 15 limestone graves he and other archaeologists have dug out since last year. . . . Read Complete Report
As if the inside story of our planet weren’t already the ultimate potboiler, a host of new findings has just turned the heat up past Stygian.
Geologists have long known that Earth’s core, some 1,800 miles beneath our feet, is a dense, chemically doped ball of iron roughly the size of Mars and every bit as alien. It’s a place where pressures bear down with the weight of 3.5 million atmospheres, like 3.5 million skies falling at once on your head, and where temperatures reach 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit — as hot as the surface of the Sun. It’s a place where the term “ironclad agreement” has no meaning, since iron can’t even agree with itself on what form to take. It’s a fluid, it’s a solid, it’s twisting and spiraling like liquid confetti.. . . Read Complete Report
The worlds wealth disparity may have taken center stage in the mainstream media this past year, but the conversation has remained extremely vague and is typically set in the nebulous context of “the rich and the poor”.
This way of framing the issue only works to further divide the public and divert attention away from the existence of our self-appointed masters. If these people would stop trying to play god with the human race and the entire planet then there would be no such thing as the rich and the poor.
The whole concept of “the rich and the poor” is just another method of division that has been used to break up serf and slave populations into feuding sects throughout history.
Luckily for us, we know who the masters actually are, they have been meeting in public for years and they have been openly talking about their transgressions against the working class for some time as well .
They have many different think tanks and policy institutes that they belong to, but the most exclusive and powerful of these organizations is the Bilderberg group which is planning its annual meeting at the end of this month in Chantilly, Virginia. . . . Read Complete report
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