Saturday, March 31, 2012

Prometheus: The story of the Illuminati ?

Alex Jones isnt everyone's cup of tea but in this video he looks at the new ALien movie Prometheus and sees a deeper story of The Illuminati and their plans for this Planet. The knowledge that Humanity has been steered from the very beginning to where we are today, or to go back even further to a time when the Earth was seeded by an ALien race.
He goes a bit off course a couple of times but this is an interesting video unlike his usual rants.


Thursday, March 22, 2012

New Samsung TVs - ready to Spy on you

Samsungs new Internet enabled Smart TVs will come equipped with a micro camera and mic.
It will be difficult to remove them as they are built into the Bezel.
A competent Hacker might be able to gain access to these devices and spy on users.
Maybe even your friend The Government ?

Samsung’s 2012 top-of-the-line plasmas and LED HDTVs offer new features never before available within a television including a built-in, internally wired HD camera, twin microphones, face tracking and speech recognition. While these features give you unprecedented control over an HDTV, the devices themselves, more similar than ever to a personal computer, may allow hackers or even Samsung to see and hear you and your family, and collect extremely personal data.

Samsung demoed these features to the press earlier this month. The camera and microphones are built into the top if the screen bezel in the 2012 8000-series plasmas and are permanently attached to the top of the 7500- and 8000ES-series LED TVs.
A Samsung representative showed how, once set up and connected to the Internet, these models will automatically talk to the Samsung cloud and enable viewers to use new and exciting apps.

Kind of interesting when you take on CIA Director David Petraeus view for future directions of spying/surveillance...

Earlier this month, Petraeus mused about the emergence of an “Internet of Things” — that is, wired devices — at a summit for In-Q-Tel, the CIA’s venture capital firm. “‘Transformational’ is an overused word, but I do believe it properly applies to these technologies,” Petraeus enthused, “particularly to their effect on clandestine tradecraft.”
All those new online devices are a treasure trove of data if you’re a “person of interest” to the spy community. Once upon a time, spies had to place a bug in your chandelier to hear your conversation. With the rise of the “smart home,” you’d be sending tagged, geolocated data that a spy agency can intercept in real time when you use the lighting app on your phone to adjust your living room’s ambiance.

Might have to go back to the trusty CRT


Friday, March 16, 2012

Was somebody else flying the 9/11 Planes ?

What if the Planes involved in 9/11 were remote controlled ?
what might such a flight Plan look like ?
The 9/11 Planes took very strange routes to their targets.
They deliberately flew over black spots in American Radar, How did they even know such areas existed ?


Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Soylent Pink for US School lunches

Soylent Green is a classic Sci-Fi movie where future overpopulation leads to a lack of food and the only source of meat becomes... well, see the movie.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has bought 7 million pounds of "Lean Beef Trimmings" which contain leftovers from regular Beef processing. They are going to use it for school cafeterias.
Burger King, Taco Bell and McDonalds refused to use it.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is purchasing 7 million pounds of the "slime" for school lunches, The Daily reports. Officially termed "Lean Beef Trimmings," the product is a ground-up combination of beef scraps, cow connective tissues and other beef trimmings that are treated with ammonium hydroxide to kill pathogens like salmonella and E. coli. It's then blended into traditional meat products like ground beef and hamburger patties.
"We originally called it soylent pink," microbiologist Carl Custer, who worked at the Food Safety Inspection Service for 35 years, told The Daily. "We looked at the product and we objected to it because it used connective tissues instead of muscle. It was simply not nutritionally equivalent [to ground beef]. My main objection was that it was not meat."

Soylent Pink

Somebody think of the children ?


Friday, March 2, 2012

A strange UFO tale from under The Sea

Whilst many people have heard of UFOs not many know that The Sea has its own mysterious craft and The US Navy has had many incidents that have never been explained. Most of The Earths surface is Water so it would be an excellent cover for Bases especially deep in the unexplored parts of our Oceans.
This story takes place in the waters off Puerto Rico in March 1963.
During War Games maneuvers...

One of the most significant cases reported by Sanderson is the oft-repeated incident involving a U.S. carrier group involved in the "Springboard" military exercises in the waters off Puerto Rico in March 1963. The Cuban Missile Crisis had occurred only a few months earlier and the Cold War between the superpowers was at its peak, so the need to prepare for a future "battle of the Atlantic" was paramount. At least four submarines equipped with the latest electronics of the time formed part of the exercises (including the SSN-585 Skipjack); in the skies overhead, Grumman S-2 antisubmarine aircraft practiced shadowing and detecting the "enemy".

But something unusual occurred: one of the subs broke away from the exercise to pursue what it considered to be "an unknown object." The fleet was unsure if the object was a decoy meant to form part of the exercise or not, but there was clearly something strange about it--the alleged decoy was moving at the unheard-of speed of 150 knots an hour. At the time, the maximum velocity for a submersible stood at 45 knots.
Communications were hindered by the fact that each of the warships was trying to advise the command ship--the carrier Wasp (CVN-18)--of the strange event. Thirteen captains would enter the incident in their ships' logs.

Sanderson notes that the technicians aboard the vessels informed COMLANT that the object not only traveled at the aforementioned speed but that it was also propelled by a single screw. Was this the real-life counterpart of Jules Verne's Nautilus?

The intruder made its presence felt for four long days, plunging to tremendous depths (27,000 feet); despite the Navy's best efforts in ascertaining its identity, the strange object vanished after 96 hours and was never seen again...