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Source of Bible Covenant Found?

An Assyrian tablet found by archaeologists in Turkey, dated around 670 BCE, may have served as a model for the story of God’s covenant with the Israelites…

Lockheed Camo

The photos show the lengths the US Army Corps of Engineers went to during the 1940s to disguise the Lockheed Aircraft Plant in Burbank, California. The amazing pictures clearly show camoflage netting stretched across the massive plant, giving the appearance from the air of a rural community…

Pont-Saint-Esprit and CIA LSD

Did the CIA experiment on the population of a small town in France in 1951, evoking mass insanity via illegal doses of LSD?…read the article here…

The H1N1 Fraud

An EU secret hearing into the alleged fraud by the Pharmaceutical industry relating to the worldwide H1N1 flu pandemic  is bound to receive scant coverage from the mainstream media, writes investigative journalist Sherry Kane…

2000-2010: Decoding The Decade

2000-2010: Decoding The Decade – Buzzwords…read the article posted on Rense.com by Eric Wahlberg here…

Project Censored

As is the case each year, the Project Censored website has listed the Top 25 Censored Stories for 2009/2010…

Stupidity 2009

Take for instance these two guys from Iowa. They thought it would be a swell idea to break into an apartment, but they couldn’t afford some cheap Wal-Mart balaclavas. So, this brain-dead pair decided to disguise their faces with black permanent marker. Trouble is, they didn’t bother to wash it off afterwards (or couldn’t get it off) and were eventually picked up by police, obviously following a simple witness description of “dudes with black pen on their faces”. They weren’t too hard to find…

Cryptomundo Top Ten’s

The Cryptomundo website (your database for weird creatures) recently featured two posts – the Top Ten Cryptozoology Stories of 2009 and the Top Ten Worst Bigfoot Stories of 2009…

Langley Parks: Soundscapes, Themes & Noise – free individual track download…

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