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Google Earth Finds Mysterious ‘Area 6’ Landing Strip in Nevada Desert, Experts Baffled

A mysterious, mile-long landing strip in the remote Nevada desert could be the home base for testing sensors on a top-secret fleet of drones, security experts speculate. The asphalt landing strip is in Area 6 of the Yucca Flat test site, about 12 miles (19 kilometers) northeast of the infamous Area 51 that has long been the subject of conspiracy … Continue reading

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Russian Researcher Claims: People Need to Know the Truth, Aliens Control Amount of Sunlight Released to Earth

Researchers claim that aliens are responsible for the amount of sunlight our planet receives. The Russian ufologist, who’s YouTube moniker is myunhauzen74, has seen what he believes are several UFOs travelling around the sun on 3 March, amongst the images sent back from the Solar Heliospheric Observatory. There have been several claims of UFOs flying around the sun that affecting … Continue reading

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Google is Building A 100KW Radio Transmitter At A Spaceport and No One Knows Why

You can find the funniest things in public government documents. There’s always ample evidence your local congress critter is working against the interests of their constituency, nation, and industry controlled by the commission they’re chairperson of. Rarely, though, do you find something surprising, and rarer still does it portend some sort of experiments conducted by Google at a spaceport in … Continue reading

New Years Eve Meteor Shower Points to ‘Potentially Hazardous’ Comet

While Earth can breathe easy for now, the SETI Institute and other astronomers are on the lookout for a “potentially hazardous” comet that may in the distant future pose a threat to our planet. The search comes after a new meteor shower was spotted around New Year’s Eve. It has never been seen before or tracked in radar observations. Calculations … Continue reading

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More Pollinator Species In Jeopardy, Threatening World Food Supply

Seen in the main image above: A bumblebee on rosemary blooms on a residential property in Langley, Wash. A major global assessment of pollinators is raising concerns about the future of the planet’s food supply. A U.N.-sponsored report drawing on about 3,000 scientific papers concludes that about 40 percent of invertebrate pollinator species (such as bees and butterflies) are facing … Continue reading

Atlas Robot, The Next Generation – Unbelievable, Must Watch!

Editor’s Comment: SPOILER ALERT – this comment contains events from the video so if you want to go in fresh, watch the video first. This is AMAZING! Couple of things though, anyone else felt a creepy feeling when the robot was walking in the snow among the trees LOL. I have to say too that I felt bad when he … Continue reading

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Humans Already Living in a COMPUTER SIMULATION, Warns Leading Nobel Prize Astrophysicist

Are we already in a computer simulation? Astrophysicist, cosmologist and Nobel Prize winner George Smoot has presented some convincing arguments on why he believes we already living in a simulation. He says that the progress of video games is an example that humans are already capable of producing virtual realities. He said: “Will humans produce realistic simulations? The answer is … Continue reading

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Past Present And Future Exist All At Once – Unravelling Secrets Of Quantum Physics

With the discovery of the crucial, though, unexpected link between space and time, Einstein realized that these two things could no longer be thought of as separate things. They are fused together and form the continuum (manifold) of space-time, viewed as a four-dimensional vector space. Suddenly, he realized something unbelievable, namely that our understanding of past, present and future and … Continue reading

The Pyramids & Orion’s Belt – Nassim Haramein

Explore Orion’s Belt and the pyramids with physicist Nassim Haramein! Nassim Haramein was born in Geneva, Switzerland in 1962. As early as 9 years old, Nassim was already developing the basis for a unified hyperdimensional theory of matter and energy, which he eventually called the ‘Holofractographic Universe.’ Haramein has spent most of his life researching the fundamental geometry of hyperspace, … Continue reading

Five Tools To Protect Your Privacy Online

by Simon Black of Sovereign Man blog We’ve discussed many times before – hardly a month goes by without some major action against Internet users… from Obama’s ‘kill switch’, to ACTA, SOPA and PIPA, to stasi tactics against people like Kim Dotcom. Online privacy is becoming more important by the day. And nobody is going to give it to you, … Continue reading



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