Rense.com is, as the blurb on the home page maintains, the “most format and content-plagiarised site on the net.” I can vouch for this, as the following article wantonly displays articles and information lifted from this bastion of free speech. Whilst the content on the site is decidedly slanted towards the machinations of global governance (the now-infamous “new world order”) and the associated avenues of corruption throughout the world, the site is also somewhat bi-partisan, presenting serious issues by a range of authors alongside the absurd and ridiculous. The folks at Rense.com present information for an individual to decipher on their own terms, and this is perhaps their greatest contribution to dissemination of information on the internet.
Last week, Christian researchers from China and Turkey claimed to have found Noah’s Ark on Mount Ararat. Pictures were released showing the wooden frame of the ‘ship’ and the discoverers proclaiming they were 99.9% sure it was the fabled Ark. D.M. Murdock (also known as Acharya S), a writer for both the Examiner and Free Thought Nation websites (as well as her own website Truth Be Known), is a long time critic of the Bible, its myths and supposed archaeological finds presented as evidence of the Bible as historical fact. Her assertions would trouble many of faith, but any who find her views confronting would do well to read her book Christ In Egypt. As for Noah’s Ark, you can read Murdock’s articles here:
The Great Noah’s Ark Hoax
The Myth of Noah’s Ark
India. Prahlad Jani is an 82-year-old man, being monitored by Indian military scientists who are looking to exploit (I mean, er…research) his claims. Jani says he has not had any food or drink for 70 years! Scientists believe he may be able to teach them how to keep soldiers and victims of natural disasters alive for longer without food. You can read the article in the UK Telegraph at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/india/7645857/Man-claims-to-have-had-no-food-or-drink-for-70-years.htm
I was never a Scout, mainly because the institution was not prominent in the area in Australia where I grew up. To keep abreast of the changing world, the Boy Scouts of America now have a merit badge for video gaming. Yep, instead of getting those kids to exercise in the fresh air, they’d rather they sit on their asses in air-conditioning and exercise their thumbs. Read all about it at: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/04/28/boy-scouts-new-video-game-sellout-say-critics/
Footage has emerged from Poland of a fleet of UFOs cruising through the skies. Some say they are simply ‘Chinese lanterns’ floating along with the wind, while others maintain it’s some kind of alien recon. As is always the case with these videos, watch it and judge for yourself at Above Top Secret: http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread559465/pg1
Finally, singer/songwriter and artist Joni Mitchell has attacked Bob Dylan, calling him a ‘fake’ and a ‘plagiarist’. As some may know, Mitchell suffers from the rare and peculiar Morgellons Disease, still widely dismissed as nothing more than a delusion. Sufferers tell of fibres growing and protruding from beneath their skin and a variety of equally excruciating ill effects of the condition. Mitchell has been painted as a lunatic and her rants against Dylan simply a side-effect of her altered mental capacity.
Read about Joni’s rant against Bob here:
For more on the very real and insidious Morgellons Disease, visit the Morgellons Research Foundation at: http://www.morgellons.org/