Category: Science


This spectacular documentary uncovers for the very first time, the actual mechanisms by which mobile phone technology can cause cancer. And, how every single one of us is reacting to the biggest change in environment this planet has ever seen.

Two billion years ago life first arrived on this planet; a planet, which was filled with a natural frequency. As life slowly evolved, it did so surrounded by this frequency. and Inevitably, it began tuning in. By the time mankind arrived on earth an incredible relationship had been struck; a relationship that science is just beginning to comprehend. Research is showing that being exposed to this frequency is absolutely integral to us. It controls our mental and physical health, it synchronises our circadian rhythms, and it aids our immune system and improves our sense of wellbeing.

Not only are we surrounded by natural frequencies, our bodies are filled with them too. Our cells communicate using electro magnetic frequencies. Our brain emits a constant stream of frequencies and our DNA delivers instructions, using frequency waves. Without them we couldn’t exist for more than a second. This delicate balance has taken billions of years to perfect. But over the last 25 years the harmony has been disturbed. and disturbed dramatically. Mankind has submerged itself in an ocean of artificial frequencies. They are all around us, filling the air and drowning out the earth’s natural resonance. To the naked eye the planet appears to be the same. But at a cellular level it is the biggest change that life on earth has endured; the affects of which we are just starting to see and feel.

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I have been listening and following RedIceCreations for about four years now and thought that I should repost an advert for it, for those who have not heard about or come across it yet. There really is no better online station out there for providing you with alternative radio and I highly recommend that you drop in, find an interview topic that sounds interesting and give it a listen.

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I hadn’t published or updated this blog for quite a while, as I had been caught up doing other things  for a while. Having got back into listening to RedIceCreations and catching up with all the most recent interviews, I found myself this evening watching this interview below with Freeman. It’s a long one (just under thee and a half hours) but by far and away one of his best. If you are new to conspiracy theories, alternative truth and secret societies, much of this will be new to you and will probably go way over your head but I encourage you to have an open mind and see it through.

Note: I suggest ignoring the first couple of minutes until you actually get to Freeman speaking…


Source: http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/10/11/us-navys-ufo-like-stealth-drone-reaches-new-milestone/?intcmp=obinsite#ixzz1bFpHTcOk

Date:    October 11, 2011

The U.S. Navy reached a new milestone for a futuristic new stealth drone when it successfully retracted its landing gear and flew in cruise configuration for the first time, engineers announced Tuesday.

Developed by Northrop Grumman, the X-47B is a tailless, strike fighter-sized unmanned aircraft designed to take off from and land on moving aircraft carriers at sea. New images released today depict a futuristic, almost UFO-like vehicle.

The test flight, conducted at Edwards Air Force Base, helped validate hardware and software that would enable the X-47B to land with precision on a moving deck, the company said.

“Last week’s flight gave us our first clean look at the aerodynamic cruise performance of the X-47B air system … and it is proving out all of our predictions,” said Janis Pamiljans, vice president and Navy UCAS (Unmanned Combat Air System Carrier) program manager for Northrop Grumman’s Aerospace Systems division.

“Reaching this critical test point demonstrates the growing maturity of the air system, and its readiness to move to the next phase of flight testing.”

The aircraft is part of the U.S. Navy’s growing fleet of drones as the military looks to shift away from manned aircraft.

Northrop Grumman hopes to have successfully demonstrated the first carrier-based launch by 2013 with autonomous in-air refueling coming one year later.

Natural health physician and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola together with Dr. Bill Osmunson discuss the dangers of fluoride and the importance of using fluoride-free dental products.

I highly recommend watching this full screen…

TRANSITIONAL ALCHEMY

The Transitional Alchemy Tour recordings are now available as a digital download. Over 12 hours of live audio recordings of Neil Kramer & KMO on transition, reality tunnels, singularities, the inner landscape, models of empowerment, social and personal transformation and paths to authenticity. Plus live Q&A sessions with audiences, bonus special guest discussion and photos.

For more information, please click on the link below:

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The Richter scale is a logarithmic scale used to express the total amount of energy released by an earthquake. Its values typically fall between 0 and 9, with each increase of 1 representing a 10-fold increase in energy.

Wikipedia info:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richter_magnitude_scale

 

Size and Frequency of Occurrence.

There are around 500,000 earthquakes each year. About 100,000 of these can actually be felt.  Minor earthquakes occur nearly constantly around the world in places like California and Alaska in the U.S., as well as in Guatemala. Chile, Peru, Indonesia, Iran, Pakistan, the Azores in Portugal, Turkey, New Zealand, Greece, Italy, and Japan, but earthquakes can occur almost anywhere, including New York City, London, and Australia.

Larger earthquakes occur less frequently, the relationship being exponential; for example, roughly ten times as many earthquakes larger than magnitude 4 occur in a particular time period than earthquakes larger than magnitude 5. In the (low seismicity) United Kingdom, for example, it has been calculated that the average recurrences are: an earthquake of 3.7 – 4.6 every year, an earthquake of 4.7 – 5.5 every 10 years, and an earthquake of 5.6 or larger every 100 years. This is an example of the Gutenberg-Richter law.

 

 

RECENT EARTHQUAKE HISTORY:

Thank you to Liz for this one. Here’s a link to a website that hosts data of all the earthquakes globally over the last seven days:  http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsww/Quakes/quakes_all.php

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Unity in diversity. That’s what ARC is all about.

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‘The mystery of mass bird deaths’ – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-12135380

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Date: 3rd January, 2011.

Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-12106315

Wildlife officials are trying to determine what caused more than 1,000 birds to fall dead from the sky over a small town in the US state of Arkansas.

The birds began dropping over the town of Beebe just before midnight on New Year’s Eve.

Various reasons for the mystery deaths have been put forward.

Date: 5th January, 2011.

Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-12118589

Tests are being carried out on about 500 red-winged blackbirds and starlings found dead in the US state of Louisiana.

It happened just a few days after some 3,000 blackbirds fell to Earth in neighbouring Arkansas in the small town of Beebe.

Several scientific explanations as well as conspiracy theories have been put forward to explain what may have happened.

Date: 6th January, 2011

Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-12129141

A number of birds have been found dead in the Swedish city of Falkoping, leaving authorities puzzled.

This comes days after thousands of birds mysteriously fell to their deaths in the US state of Arkansas.

Veterinary officials said that the case in Falkoeping was rare and cited a number of reasons for the sudden deaths such as “disease or poisoning”.

For loads of videos on this subject, click here

‘The Core’ movie (2003)

Here is a scene from the movie ‘The Core’, where the London pigeons suddenly go wild, as a result of a change in the Earth’s magnetic field…

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Last weekend I was sat with a friend outside a bar having a pint (as you do), when in-between conversations, I noticed an advert on the side of the bus stop shelter promoting flu vaccinations for the elderly and pregnant women. I think I made my usual grunt or ‘tut’ and then carried on our conversation.

But I remembered later a conversation that I had shared with my family over the winter holiday period, concerning flu jabs and who had had one. Both these events prompted me to look a little further into it and as a result, the following is a brief start on what appears to be a rather large and controversial subject.

The link below goes to a lecture called ‘Mercury, Autism and the Global Vaccine Agenda’ and although its filled with medical terminology and acronyms, its well worth a watch (especially as the speaker suggests that Autism is reversable.)

http://www.bbc5.tv/eyeplayer/video/mercury-autism-and-global-vaccine-agenda

Here’s a link to a site hosting a spreadsheet with the ingredients of the international H1N1 “Swine Flu” vaccination (look for mercury and aluminium):

http://www.scribd.com/doc/23294341/International-H1N1-Swine-Flu-Vaccine-Ingredient-Table-Dr-Tenperry

Here are a few videos…

Films like ‘I am Legend’ (set in 2012!), although largely percieved as being purely for entertainment, also add to the fear of these types of epidemics (although perhaps without the flesh eating zombies element)

More to follow…

Earthquake hits North Yorkshire

(source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/jan/03/earthquake-north-yorkshire)

Epicentre of 3.6 magnitude quake was in the Yorkshire Dales with effects being felt as far away as Sunderland.

The second small earthquake to strike northern England in a fortnight was being investigated by scientists last night.

The British Geological Survey (BGS) confirmed a 3.6-magnitude quake had struck Yorkshire although the tremor was also felt as far afield as Cumbria, Sunderland and Tyne and Wear.

The organisation’s seismology project leader, Dr Brian Baptie, told Sky News: “We believe the earthquake was centred in North Yorkshire, just west of Ripon, round about the Yorkshire Dales region.” He said the tremor measured 3.6.

Dr Aoife O’Mongain, also from the BGS, told the Press Association that the epicentre of the quake was six miles west of Ripon with a depth of almost four miles.

“It would have only lasted for a couple of seconds,” she said. “At that strength, it is not likely that it would have caused any damage. People living in the vicinity may have felt their windows rattling as if a lorry was going past.”

David Jones, who lives outside Skipton, told BBC News: “I was downstairs and our heavy cast iron wood stove rattled quite loudly for about five seconds. My wife upstairs said wardrobe doors were also rattling … I have felt a couple of earthquakes in other parts of the world from time to time so I was fairly certain what it was as soon as I felt it.”

Damian Boddy said he felt the quake in Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire. “The house shook as if a door slammed – I thought it was burglars until we checked online news.”

Chris Allinson, 17, rushed outside when the quake hit his home in Ripon. The teenager, studying photography and business studies A-levels at Giggleswick school, said: “I was sat on the floor watching TV with my family when I heard a loud rumbling like the sound of a big tractor passing the house outside. Things started shaking and the dogs started barking.

“It got louder and louder and I jumped up to get outside. Then there was just this rush of sound like a snowdrift falling from a tiled roof and, after that, silence. We stood outside and stared at each other.”

Staff at the Swinton Park Hotel in Masham, 10 miles from the epicentre, felt the earth move. One 27-year-old man who did not wish to be named said there were two quakes.

“The first lasted three seconds or so and rattled everything on the shelves.

“Seconds later there was a second quake, shorter this time. I thought, ‘That was an earthquake’, but then thought it could not have been – you don’t get earthquakes in Yorkshire …

“I used to live in California and I got quite used to quakes when I was there. We’d have them almost every day. This was pretty small by Californian standards but pretty strange for up here.”

A 3.5-magnitude earthquake struck near Coniston in Cumbria just before 11pm on 21 December. There have been nine tremors in and around the British Isles in the last month.

Other recent UK quakes include one in February 2008, when a major tremor centred on Lincolnshire shook much of the UK, causing damage to buildings and leaving at least one person injured. The tremor, measuring 5.2, struck at around 1am on 27 February at Market Rasen.

In Folkestone, Kent, in April 2007 several homes were damaged after a tremor measuring 4.3.

Note: Please click here to see the article/links about last year’s earthquake in Dudley, UK.

 

 

Source: http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=13624

The objective of advertising has always been to get inside people’s heads, but now BMW has found a way to do it whether we like it or not.

Working with the lighting company Profoto, the German giant put together an ad that burns the company’s logo into your mind. Near the end of the ad viewers were told to close their eyes and were surprised to find that they could see the letters BMW as if they were written on the back of their eyelids.

The commercial took advantage of what is known as the afterimage effect, the same optical illusion that makes an image of the sun appear in your eyes long after you’ve stopped looking at it.

Don’t expect to see the technique showing up in TV commercials anytime soon though. Using afterimage likely qualifies as subliminal advertising, which has been banned in Canada and the United States since the mid 1970s. The ban followed the use of flash frames (think “Fight Club”) in commercials to implant messages into viewers’ minds.

To learn exactly how the commercial worked watch the video below.

Wikipedia description: The Secret Life of Plants (1973)

The Secret Life of Plants is a book by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird, described as “A fascinating account of the physical, emotional, and spiritual relations between plants and man.”

The book explores the idea that plants may be sentient, despite their lack of a nervous system and a brain. Recent research has been interpreted as suggesting that plants may in fact ‘remember’], but this interpretation has been disputed. This sentience has purportedly been observed through changes in plants’ conductivity, as through a polygraph, as pioneered by Cleve Backster. The book also contains a summary of Goethe’s theory of plant metamorphosis. The book delves deeply into such unconventional topics as the aura, psychophysics, orgone, radionics, kirlian photography, magnetism/magnetotropism, bioelectrics, dowsing, and (more conventionally) the history of science.

For info:  http://peswiki.com/index.php/Review:The_Secret_Life_of_Plants

The photo to the left illustrates a number of different products that are available in the UK that contain the artificial sweetner Aspartame otherwise known as Nutrasweet. This sweetner has been linked to brain tumours.

Here’s a little list of products you may do well to avoid…

(Source: supersweetblog.wordpress.com)

Diet Coca Cola, Coca Cola Zero, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi Max, Diet Irn Bru , Lilt Zero, Sprite Zero, Tango, Tango no added sugar, 7up Free, Lucozade Sport, Schweppes Slimline Drinks, Fanta Zero, Fanta Orange, Dr Pepper Zero, Oasis Summer Fruits Extra Light, Oasis Citrus Punch, Ribena Really light, Robinsons Orange Squash Cordial, Robinson’s No added sugar range, Muller Light Cherry Yoghurt,  Muller Light Blueberry, Muller Light Raspberry, Muller Light Banana and Custard, Danone Activia Cherry, Weight Watchers Fromage Frais, Weight Watchers Toffee and Vanilla, Muller Light Blueberry, Muller Light Raspberry, Muller Light Banana and Custard, Danone Activia Cherry, Weight Watchers Fromage Frais, Weight Watchers Toffee and Vanilla, Wrigleys Airwaves,Wrigleys Orbit, Wrigleys Extra, Chewing Gum Uncle Ben’s Sweet and Sour Light Cooking Sauce, Walkers Sensations Sweet Thai Chilli, Walkers Sensations Lime and Thai Spices, Walkers Prawn Cocktail Crisps, Canderel, Silver Spoon Sweetness and Light, Silver Spoon Light,  Granulated Sugar, Tabletop Sweeteners, Cadburys Highlights or Options Hot Chocolate Drink.

Of course there are many more but we’d be here all day… Here’s a little clip outlining the subject in more detail:

And some further reading on the subject:

www.food.gov.uk

www.thriftyliving.net

www.newmediaexplorer.org

I’ve been aware of the global increase of earthquakes for sometime now, having done a search on Wikipedia for Global earthquake history, frequency and severity several months  ago. My interest was sparked after researching the predictions of ancient cultures relating to the 2012 phenomenon, as well as the works of the American psychic  Edgar Cayce.

If you live in the UK, you may well remember the earthquake that hit the Midlands back in 23rd September, 2002. I remember having to re-asses my current thinking after that, as before that incident I had always assumed the UK was a relative ‘safe zone’.

Recently, there have been a couple of articles in the papers relating to training the police on how to deal with such monumental catastrophes.  There are numerous predictions relating to severe earth changes around the year of 2012 and I can’t help but find this curiously timed. Coincidence?

Over the next months, I will endeavor to track this story and bring you the latest articles etc., as it unfolds. Please find below links to the online articles available to far:

news.bbc.co.uk – ‘Earthquake hits UK’
www.express.co.uk – ‘Earthquake training for police’
BBC Bitesize – ‘Predicating and preparing for Earthquakes’

Source: www.insidescience.org
Date: 7th September, 2010

Tractor beams and energy rays that can move objects were a science fiction mainstay. But now they are becoming a reality – at least for moving very tiny objects.

Researchers from the Australian National University have announced that they have built a device that can move small particles a meter and a half using only the power of light.

Physicists have been able to manipulate tiny particles over miniscule distances by using lasers for years. Optical tweezers that can move particles a few millimeters are common.

Andrei Rode, a researcher involved with the project, said that existing optical tweezers are able to move particles the size of a bacterium a few millimeters in a liquid. Their new technique can move objects one hundred times that size over a distance of a meter or more.

The device works by shining a hollow laser beam around tiny glass particles. The air surrounding the particle heats up, while the dark center of the beam stays cool. When the particle starts to drift out of the middle and into the bright laser beam, the force of heated air molecules bouncing around and hitting the particle’s surface is enough to nudge it back to the center.

A small amount of light also seeps into the darker middle part of the beam, heating the air on one side of the particle and pushing it along the length of the laser beam. If another such laser is lined up on the opposite side of the beam, the speed and direction the particle moves can be easily manipulated by changing the brightness of the beams.

Rode said that their technique could likely work over even longer distances than they tested.

“With the particles and the laser we use, I would guess up to 10 meters in air should not be a problem. The max distance we had was 1.5 meters, which was limited by the size of the optical table in the lab,” Rode said.

Because this technique needs heated gas to push the particles around, it can’t work in the vacuum of outer space like the tractor beams in Star Trek. But on Earth there are many possible applications for the technology. The meter-long distances that the research team was able to move the particles could open up new avenues for laser tweezers in the transport of dangerous substances and microbes, and for sample taking and biomedical research.

“There is the possibility that one could use the hollow spheres as a means of chemical delivery agents, or microscopic containers of some kind, but some more work would need to be done here just to check what happens inside the spheres, in terms of sample heating,” said David McGloin, a physicist at the University of Dundee in the U.K not connected with the Australian team.

Source: www.metronews.ca

Date: September 05, 2010 1:34 p.m.

MONTREAL – Canadian and American astronauts say the world should already be preparing for the big one — the asteroid that could some day strike the Earth causing death and destruction.

“You’re just sticking your head in the sand if you think the world will live out its entire natural life until the end of our sun and never be hit by another big rock,” Canada’s Chris Hadfield said in an interview, “That’s just foolishness. That’s just ignorance.”

The Canadian Space Agency astronaut is the current president of the Association of Space Explorers (ASE), which submitted a report to the United Nations outlining a detailed plan to deal with any asteroid threat. “We’re rolling the dice that the big one is not coming right away,” Hadfield warned. Hadfield, 51, will get a chance to observe asteroids first-hand during his upcoming six-month mission to the International Space Station. He is due to blast off on his third space trip in late 2012 and will also take charge of the lab for several months, becoming its first Canadian commander.

During his first space flight — a visit to the Russian space station Mir in 1995 — Hadfield watched a big rock come bearing down on Earth. It eventually burned up in the atmosphere, but the 18-year space veteran admits the experience sent a shiver up his spine. “If it had been a little higher, it would have come right through us (the space station),” Hadfield said.

Former U.S. astronaut Russell (Rusty) Schweickart chaired the ASE international group which issued its 54-page report on the asteroid threat in 2008. The report focuses on detection and deflection and calls for a unified global response. Schweickart told The Canadian Press new telescopes will dramatically increase the rate at which asteroids are discovered within the next 10 to 15 years. “You’re going to multiply the 7,000 objects that we have in our catalogue now up to one million objects as we get new telescopes operating,” he said in an interview from Sonoma, Calif.

The Space Explorers Association has been working closely with the United Nations and the world body is now holding a series of workshops on ways to prepare for threats from so-called Near Earth Objects (NEOs). The work will culminate in a recommendation to the United Nations General Assembly next year or in 2012.

“There is no one in the United States or anywhere in the world who has the specific responsibility of acting and developing the technology to deflect an asteroid when we find one that does threaten us,” Schweickart added. The retired Apollo astronaut stresses that any effort to deflect a potentially dangerous asteroid would have to begin 10 to 18 years before the impact is predicted. But he adds the basic technology to deflect a threatening asteroid currently exists. One method involves smashing a spacecraft into the object to change its velocity enough to miss Earth. Schweickart’s comments come as Canada gets ready to assume a key role in the search for any menacing NEOs.

In March 2011, the Canadian Space Agency hopes to launch NEOSSat, which will be the first space telescope “totally dedicated to keep an eye out for the rest of the world.”  NEOSSat (Near Earth Object Surveillance Satellite) will scan areas near the sun to pinpoint asteroids which have not yet been detected. The $15 million suitcase-sized-satellite, which will circle about 700 kilometres above the Earth, will look for potentially hazardous asteroids. “What we’re looking for is advance warning,” senior project manager Bill Harvey said. “Of course those (asteroids) are the larger ones. . .anything over 50 metres that has a potential for an impact.”

A 45-metre-wide space boulder exploded over a wooded area in Siberia in 1908 in what became known as the Tunguska event. About 2,000 square kilometres of trees were flattened in an uninhabited area.

The Manicouagan crater in Quebec, which is 65 kilometres in diameter, was caused by an asteroid that slammed into the Earth some 200 million years ago. Harvey says he expects NEOSSat to detect several hundred new asteroids during its first year of operation and “probably up to a thousand.”

NEOSS at will conduct scientific studies of asteroids and also monitor the beehive of satellites currently orbiting the Earth to make sure they don’t slam into each other. Harvey says astronomers are currently keeping an eye on an asteroid named Apophis after observations in 2004 indicated there was a 2.7 per cent chance it would strike Earth in 2029. Additional observations eliminated the possibility of an impact that year, but Harvey remains cautious because another close encounter with Apophis is expected in 2036.

“(If) its orbit gets altered by some event— and that event could be coming in proximity with another body like Venus or Mars — that could change the trajectory,” he said. Schweickart points out that nearly 300 asteroids have some possibility of impacting the Earth in the next 100 years. Scientists recently warned that “1999-RQ36,” an asteroid that is more than 500 metres wide, has a one-in-1,000 chance of striking the planet in 2182.

Meantime, U.S. President Barack Obama has asked NASA to develop plans to visit an asteroid and the space agency is already looking at a potential human mission to visit one known as “1999-AO10” by 2025. It’s estimated such a mission would take about six months with the astronauts spending about two weeks “riding the asteroid” as it blazes past the Earth.

Earlier this year, the Obama administration decided on a flexible path for space exploration which favoured a visit to an asteroid instead of a return to the moon.

The Pyramid Code is a documentary series exploring the mysteries of the ancient Egyptians, their sophisticated technology, sacred cosmology, and the importance of what they left us. The Pyramid Code gives evidence to support the idea that the pyramids were not tombs and are likey much older than traditional Egyptology tells us.

http://www.pyramidcode.com/

Thank you to Sara Dean for this one:

If you haven’t heard of Daniel Tammet, here’s a little documentry on him. For those of you who find it interesting to toy with the idea of what the next step in human evolution might be like, Mr. Tammet may hold several clues…