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Tribeca Film Festival 2011: The Window to Our Souls

In a world of flashy, big budget, 3D superstar action movies, it is sure nice to see that those at the Tribeca Film Festival and Tribeca Films have preserved a true form of movie making. They have preserved the soul and they do this each in their own unique ways. “American Mystic”, directed by Alex … Continue reading

Psy-Ops and the War for our Minds

Michael Hastings of Rolling Stone Magazine broke the most recent story in the continuing saga of military or government psychological operations. What makes this story different, is that the alleged operation took place on Americans…U.S. Senators and Representatives, to be exact. The claim is that three star general Lt. Gen. William Caldwell directly ordered this … Continue reading

Bilderberg and My Condo in the Moon

Now here is a subject that I just love to talk about. Apparently, so do millions of citizens of the world. I am speaking of secret societies. I suppose they really are not secret if anyone is talking about them. In the case of Bilderberg, we even know the attendees. The secret, of course, is … Continue reading

Deep Brain Stimulation: Everybody Get Some!

Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) is a surgical treatment involving the implantation of a medical device called a brain pacemaker, which sends electrical impulses to specific parts of the brain. In 1997, the Food and Drug Administration approved DBS as a treatment for essential tremor, Parkinson’s Disease in 2002, and Dystonia in 2003. It has also … Continue reading

Balboa Island: At Peace with the World

    When I moved from north of Chicago, IL to Las Vegas, NV, I got my first taste of the western United States. One of the things I was most excited about was the close opportunity I would have to go to  California and visit all of the attractions such as Disneyland, and all … Continue reading

Spirituality, Death, Suicide and the National Football League

Dave Duerson was a four-year starter at Notre Dame, graduated on time with a degree in economics, won the NFL Man of the Year award in 1987, earned a seat on the Notre Dame Board of Trustees in 2001, worked with the NFL Players Association, and was a All-Pro Safety for the Chicago Bears helping … Continue reading

WRI: World Revolution I

Yes, I know…it took me a little while to tackle this obvious subject. Perhaps, I was just looking for the right words to express my feelings on the matter. Does anybody think I am jumping the gun by calling this WRI?  Granted, in World War I there were approximately 100 countries involved. In World War … Continue reading

Sony vs. Hackers: System Compromised

    It appears as though Sony and the hacking community have been engaged in an all out war for a while now. Hacking group fail0verflow had reverse engineered the system’s keys and George “GeoHot” Hotz published the PS3’s root key. The PSP and Blu-ray root keys have also been found within the PS3. Sony … Continue reading

Head First into the Danger Potential

The 25-year-old Tevatron at Fermilab’s National Accelerator Laboratory will be shutting down. The U.S. Department of Energy has announced that it could not come up with  $35 million to keep the Tevatron running until 2014. At one time, many thought Tevatron was still in the race to first find the most elementary particle in physics…what … Continue reading

They are Poisoning our Food!

By now, we have all heard the stories of the Government poisoning our food. Stories have ranged from food coloring being poison to the acceptable amount of insects within a box of cereal…to outright claims of deliberate carcinogens and other nasty things being placed in our food for the purpose of population control. I believe … Continue reading

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