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HIDDEN TECHNOLOGY

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monkeyboy
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#76 | Posted: 2 Sep 2009 00:13
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Dave Hall:
As you might see on the letters page I wrote to Tesco ( And others ) about the RDIF chips in their products.
As usual nobody has any idea what they were, or what is going on.
Wil try and carry on to see if I can get an answer.
Dave

you may find this interesting reading D.

http://www.michaeljournal.org/newtechno.htm
telecaster
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#77 | Posted: 2 Sep 2009 20:19
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Interesting enviroment issue which I saw on "On the Edge"
is that if you have a dog, feed it raw white meat like chicken,
pheasant or rabbit so that it`s immune system would increase
to it`s natural state. Feeding dogs (or any pets) processed food
would give the animal cancer or an allergy because the food is
at least 80% grain. Their digestive system cannot cope with
grain so their immune systems fail and we see the results.
Also, no vaccinations !!!
If their diet is raw white meat, they don`t need them !!!
Sounds similar to human diets which are forced upon us
by supermarkets which is mostly processed food. To us, it`s
convienient and cheap, but it`s wrecking our immune systems
and working with those bloody human vaccines to kill us off.
Is this part of the conspiracy (hate that word) for depopulation ?
Are they trying to kill us off and our pets ?
Has this system been implemented by ET/Inter`beings ?
This could be part of a large puzzle that needs to be solved.
T.
monkeyboy
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#78 | Posted: 2 Sep 2009 20:37
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telecaster:
Is this part of the conspiracy (hate that word) for depopulation

codex alimentarius T. not heard of it yet i`m supprised?

http://www.natural-health-information-centre.com/codex-alimentarius.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmrF9KjlGsc
telecaster
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#79 | Posted: 2 Sep 2009 20:46
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The latin puts me off MB lol !
T.
monkeyboy
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#80 | Posted: 2 Sep 2009 21:25 | Edited by: monkeyboy
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telecaster:
The latin puts me off MB lol !

i think that is by design i think it would put a lot of people off reading it. ;)
telecaster
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#81 | Posted: 2 Sep 2009 21:48
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If the "Dark Forces" want the Earth but not it`s inhabitants,
the Codex is true.
Could some MP`s be "Newts" ?
T.
monkeyboy
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#82 | Posted: 2 Sep 2009 22:03
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telecaster:
Could some MP`s be "Newts" ?

fully grown toads if you ask me T. :)
Starseed
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#83 | Posted: 14 Sep 2009 19:03
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telecaster:
My fav 2 bands are Zep and Rush.

Quite uncanny - Must be the technical abilities of all the musicians combined that makes these bands as close to perfect as it is possible to get. Shame about the dumbing down over the last 30 years. Oasis and the like are now considered 'propper' bands (?!) The likes of these two bands will never be repeated.

There are some good bands still - but corporate promotion rules these days, pay to play... It is almost impossible to get airplay of any non corporate plugged 'group'.

Example:

Great Canadian band called 'Our Lady Peace'. did a one off gig in London a few years ago, at this concert were all the Sony execs from across europe ( I only found out later at the post gig party). Anyway - the support for OLP was 'Good Charlotte' - unknown at that time. Needless to say - they were 'chosen' and promoted in europe, OLP were not. Who have you heard of ?

I rest my case.

I know it`s a bit off track but it`s all media manipulation. You can`t trust any of it, It`s lies upon lies. Anyway - cheers all!
telecaster
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#84 | Posted: 14 Sep 2009 22:46
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You can definately trace the dumbing down of the Uk
through the ages of music in the charts. Albums not
singles. Sixties to mid seventies were listeners music.
Mid seventies to late seventies, back to basics punk
and early new wave, in the background all decent
music bands were still going but were called dinos.
The 80`s, simple synth music to a boring drum machine
started to be popular and it all went downhill from there.
Look at the charts now......if it`s not rap (non-music), it`s
trance like dance stupor or monotone tuneless drivel.
Or over-produced shit from Louis Walsh with a dramatic
key change near the end (Westlife).
Back to UFO`s now.......
T.
Starseed
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#85 | Posted: 15 Sep 2009 08:51
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Watched the so called 'gadget show' last night.

(how much does that make you yearn for the old days of 'tomorrows world')

...anyway - on it is some apparently 'famous' dj - judge jules is it?

This sort of brainless stuff is where it also went wrong, you have kids raised believing that turning two records on a turntable was / is, in some way musically creative, and that that is something to aspire to ?!

How hard can it be to get the timing of two records to overlap??

How hard is it to actually learn to read and play real music?

How hard is it then, to get the these same people raised under this stupidity and dumbing down to realise that the swine flu jab is unsafe (at best) ?

I just keep telling everyone who comes into earshot :-)

Cheers all!
Starseed
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#86 | Posted: 19 Sep 2009 15:11
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I am firmly of the opinion that 'Man Made Global Warming' is the biggest lie ever perpetrated on the sheeple. I have lots of sites I visit, this is one:

When you do an internet search on global warming 99% of what you find is how the Earth is doomed and we are all going to drown from global warming. This isn't the case, in fact most climatologists will tell you differently.

Global Warming Lies is an attempt to break down the science into every day language, provide facts, use logic and common sense instead of the "You're going to die" method.
http://www.globalwarminglies.com/

You`ve got to try this:

Test your knowledge and common sense in this simple 10-question test.

Caution: This section contains sound science, not media hype, and may therefore contain material not suitable for young people trying to get a good grade in political correctness.

This is a legit scientific test - Try it...
http://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/GlobWarmTest/start.html
telecaster
Member
#87 | Posted: 22 Sep 2009 11:50
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Hey, if you want an Auric Amplifier or want to use scalar
waves to contact the Pleiadians, it only costs 17 dollars
a month !
http://www.raysoftruth.tv/
LOL
T.
dreamkatcher
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#88 | Posted: 22 Sep 2009 23:00
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HUMAN HAIR USED FOR SOLAR PANELS.

http://www.inhabitat.com/2009/09/09/...ng-human-hair/

Did you know that melanin, the pigment in hair, is light sensitive and can be used as a conductor? Well, that's what an 18 year old in Nepal recently discovered, and is now using human hair to replace silicon in solar panels. Since the price of hair is considerably cheaper than silicon, this enterprising youth may have just found a breakthrough technology to help bring down the cost of solar and give thousands of people in developing nations access to affordable renewable energy.


Malin Karki had already been trying to create affordable renewable energy from hydro currents for a few years, but the project had become too expensive. But then Karki, who attends school in Kathmandu, started reading a book by Stephan Hawking that discussed ways of creating static energy from hair. From this idea, Karki realized that melanin was one of the factors in energy conversion, and that it could possibly serve as a substitute conductor. He and four other classmates worked on a prototype, which they found could charge a cell phone or a pack of batteries for lighting.

The panels themselves are 15 inches square and can produce 9V or 18W of power and cost around $38 to produce. Karki thinks that if they were mass produced though, they would cost half as much. In Nepal, human hair costs about 25 for half a kilo and can last for several months. Hair is also basically a renewable resource and can be replenished by the owner of the solar panel as it wears out. This low cost and low tech device could be a revolutionary step in solar power bringing down the cost of the technology, bringing power to the masses and using materials which are common to everyone in the world.
dreamkatcher
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#89 | Posted: 1 Oct 2009 17:31
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October 1, 2009 www.coasttocoastam.com


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Underground Bases:

On Wednesday night, author Richard Sauder presented some of his long-standing research into the many underground bases that are all over the world. While his focus of study is mainly in the United States, he said countries such as China, Russia, England, Australia, Saudi Arabia, and Israel also have such facilities. Examples of underground bases in North America include the Cheyenne Mountain facility associated with NORAD, Thunder Bay in Canada run by NATO, and a complex in suburban Maryland. The White House, itself, has some 17 levels underground, a witness reported to him.





According to mining documents, it's feasible to sink a shaft as far down as two miles, and then drive a tunnel out from the shaft. Sauder suggested that the US Naval facility at China Lake may have used such technology in building a submarine base there. He believes Area 51 and other military complexes may house recovered alien craft in their subterranean chambers. Some underground facilities have huge cavernous spaces such as 600 ft. wide and 1100 ft. tall, but you'd never know they are there walking on the ground over them, he added.

Sauder contends there could be a secret space program, and he cited R & D reports done at Los Alamos on how to use machines to make tunnels on the Moon-- described as "cutting through rock like butter." There's also documentation on nuclear-powered tunneling machines. Anti-gravity research documents seem to dry up in the 1960s, but he suspects this technology just went classified, and it could be part of the clandestine space program. Sauder also noted there are many unsolved disappearances of citizens-- some of these people might have been taken to underground facilities and used as guinea pigs for secretive cloning and genetic experiments, he said.

Roswell Revelations:

Last hour guest, UFO researcher Robert Hastings reported on his 1998 interview with U.S. Atomic Energy Commission Supervisor Chet Lytle who shared some revelations about the Roswell Incident. In 1953, Lytle encountered the former Roswell base commander, Col. William Blanchard, and Blanchard confessed to him that a crashed ET spaceship had been recovered at Roswell, along with 4 dead alien/humanoid bodies. More here.





Pic Fix:

Check out this gallery of Weird, Rare Clouds, and the Physics Behind Them, including pouch-like mammatus, UFO-shaped lenticulars, and Kelvin-Helmholz waves.

Today in Strangeness:

On this day in 1957, the motto ' In God We Trust' first appeared on U.S. paper currency, starting with the one-dollar silver certificate. In 1969, a prototype of the French-built Concorde broke the sound barrier for the first time.

Tonight's Show, Thurs. October 1st:

Researcher of anomalous scientific studies, Derrel Sims will discuss his quest to unveil the hidden agendas behind alien abductions and alien implants, including cases of missing time, and abductees who claim their parents were unwitting surrogates for their alien abductors. In the last hour, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren shares amazing ways to prove psychic ability to yourself.



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monkeyboy
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#90 | Posted: 1 Oct 2009 18:48
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dreamkatcher:
HUMAN HAIR USED FOR SOLAR PANELS.

interesting article DK. not for the solar panel applications as that tech has been obsolite for a long time tesla tech, ZPE, bob lasar, etc. but i wonder what we are missing out on by keeping our hair short???
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