Featured Image: Originally destined for a museum before fate intervened: eight Delahayes, nine Talbot Lagos (three with Saoutchik bodies), four Ferraris (including a 250 GT California Spider once owned by a movie star), three Panhard-Levassors, three Lorraine Dietrichs, three Panhard-Levassors, two Delages, plus a Bugatti T57 Ventoux, Hispano Suiza H6B, Maserati A6G Gran Sport Frua, Lagonda LG45 cabriolet, Porsche 356 SC … sixty cars in all Source:GizmagImage Gallery(49 images). (Fair Use).
Featured Image: President George W. Bush signs The Flight 93 National Memorial Act in the Oval Office Tuesday, Sept. 24. The bill authorizes the building of a national memorial to the passengers and crew who died aboard Flight 93 when it crashed into Shanksville, Pa., during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Standing with the President are Pennsylvania Congressman Sen. Rick Santorum, far left; Rep. John Murtha, center; and Sen. Arlen Specter. CREDIT: White House photo by Tina Hager White House Archive SOURCE Wikipedia (Public Domain)
A subscriber sent me a link to this original, ultra-rare live footage of an NBC news report on the alleged crash 9/11 of United Flight 93 in Shanksville, PA. It was never re-broadcast or seen again until a YouTube user by the handle kbootsy uploaded it and apparently sold it to metacafe.com, which although it does not prevent embdedding – the encoding is at odds with most people’s platforms.Luckily, I was able to find this version of the original footage on Vimeo.
ScienceDaily (Aug. 29, 2012) — University of Alberta researchers found evidence that a feathered, but flightless dinosaur was able to snag and consume small flying dinosaurs.
The U of A paleontology team found the fossilized remains of three flying dinosaurs in the belly of a raptor-like predator called Sinocalliopteryx.Sinocalliopteryx was about two meters in length and roughly the size of a modern-day wolf. . . . Read Complete Report
Knowledge Worth Sharing – American Museum of Natural History – amnh.org
New Research Points to Dinosaurs’ Colorful Past.
There’s new evidence that dinosaurs, once thought to resemble scaly lizards, were in fact fluffy, colorful animals. Curator Mark Norell, who is chair of the Museum’s Division of Paleontology and studies important feathered dinosaurs from Liaoning, China, shares his thoughts on the significance of two new studies about fossilized feathers reported in the current issue of Science magazine. . . . Text posted with video at youtube
Evidences for Giant Reptiles in the age of Man – Did remnants of the Dinosaur exist when our ancient ancestors did? If so, how can this be reconciled with history? There are archaeological artifacts that clearly show animals that we now view as being dinosaurs – clearly nothing that should have existed sometime within the last 12 thousand years.
In 2003 when I bought the Kolbrin from a book store in New Zealand (and I can almost guarantee I was one of the few to own it, at first) I read through every page and studied it. Both the philosophical aspects, planet x and I searched for paralells between other texts in various forms. One of the things that struck me, was this passage:
“In olden times, there were spawned great monsters and beasts in fearful form, with frightful gnashing teeth and long ripping claws; an elephant was but a rat in comparison with them. Then, because of heavenly rebellion and turmoil, and the terror overwhelming the hearts of men, The Great One hardened the face of the land, which had become unstable, and the beasts were changed to stone. This was beforetimes, when the Destroyer still slumbered in the upper vaults of Heaven.” . . . Read Complete Report w/ photo spread
“When a young and gifted inventor by the name of Nikola Tesla (Petar Bozovic) arrives in America, he first works for the famous Thomas Edison (Dennis Patrick) but later strikes a fruitful cooperation with George Westinghouse (Strother Martin). Together they battle against Edison in order for Tesla’s superior system of alternative current to be accepted by the world community who currently uses only Edison’s system of direct current. Later on the mighty financier J.P. Morgan (Orson Welles) joins the game as he provides Tesla with financial support to build his Colorado Springs laboratory only to completely dump him later on after he realizes Tesla’s inventions could provide the world with unlimited free energy for everybody. See one of the most important periods of modern history and the tragedy of this great inventor who aspired to change the world towards a better place. A rare attempt of biographical movie production by the former yugoslav (croatian) cinema, the movie being completely in English”. . . . Posted w/video on youtube