Tuesday, August 24, 2010 20:03
Technology To Be Used In Washington D.C. Law enforcement agencies in Washington D.C.
have begun to use technology that they say can predict when crimes will
be committed and who will commit them, before they actually happen.
Zero’ Mosque Protest: Evil Center or Blind Anger? Hundreds of anti and pro Ground Zero Mosque
protesters have clashed in New York. The controversy of the community
center build near the 9/11 terror attack sight has been heating up among
the Americans. But as RT’s Marina Portnaya reports some say there’s
much more to worry about in New York city.
"Silly Stuff," Says Illinois Congressman Democratic Congressman Phil Hare, who caused
outrage earlier this year when he told constituents who asked him about
the legality of the health care bill, "I don't worry about the
constitution," has sparked fresh consternation after he was caught
on camera in an Illinois hotel labeling the founding document of America
Cameron challenges climate skeptics to debate and then bails out at
Hollywood director James Cameron challenged three high profile global
warming skeptics to a public debate at a global warming and energy conference.
But Cameron backed out of the debate at the last minute after environmentalists
“came out of the woodwork” to warn him not to engage in
a debate with skeptics because it was not in his best interest.
Underperforming The Great Depression
In real (inflation/deflation-adjusted) terms, when did the US market
permanently regain the high reached in 1929? The first chart illustrates
two answers to the question. One uses the real price and the other uses
the real total return.
to roll out ID cards with embedded RFID
The production of the RFID chips, an integral element of the new generation
of German identity cards, has started after the government gave a 10
year contract to the chipmaker NXP in the Netherlands. Citizens will
receive the mandatory new ID cards from the first of November.
pushing dangerous Avandia drug on thousands in new global clinical trial
Back in February, I wrote an article about how a Senate Finance Committee
report revealed that GlaxoSmithKline, the maker of the diabetes drug
Avandia, knew that its drug was dangerous and caused heart attacks;
yet GSK went out of its way to hide this important information from
the public and kept on selling Avandia. Now, GSK has now decided to
launch a global clinical trial of this dangerous drug that could potentially
harm thousands of people.
“Small Net Increase in Deaths Reasonable Price to Pay” In a 1995 article written by Gretchen Daily
and Ecoscience co-author Paul R. Ehrlich, the authors put forward
the proposition that physicians should no longer concentrate on
improving the health of their individual patients, or treat occurring
infections in order to save the patients life, but rather look to
the well-being of society as a whole. In doing so, say Daily and
Ehrlich, “a small net increase in deaths” is “a
reasonable price to pay”.
Another Excuse for Government Control Over Our Lives I don’t know about you, but I am not
about to run out and experiment with the latest fad, known as “i-dosing,”
a gimmick that supposedly uses binaural tones to create euphoria.
“Simply put, i-dosing is the attempt to achieve a perceived
drug ‘high’ from listening specially-engineered sounds
and music,” reports Psychology Today. “Is it a real
drug? Probably not.”
Dow To 5,000, Lost Decade For Stocks The Dow Jones Industrial Average will lose
about half of its value over the next couple of years as it follows
a Nikkei-like pattern of several sharp rallies in an overall decline,
according to Charles Nenner, founder and president of Charles Nenner
Patent Outlines a System To Track Users Apple has filed for a patent to track unauthorized
users of an iPhone. But the system could also be used to track authorized
iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. Apple’s patent application
attracted the most attention for a provision that would alert Apple
to jailbreaking. With mobile devices collecting user information,
privacy is a concern.
Got One That Can See: Former Obamanoid Reveals Truth on Fox News It was a remarkable moment in the annals
of corporate media television. During a Fox News segment on the
staggering unemployment rate among the young, a former Obamanoid
manages to sneak in the truth — there is no difference between
Clinton, Bush and Obama, they are all puppets for elite bankers.
cops to patrol German streets battling ethnic crime?
Turkish police may soon be patrolling Germany’s streets. The
aim is to get a grip on crime amongst the country’s largest
ethnic minority. Turkish immigrants are often seen as having failed
to integrate into German society, and high unemployment is leading
to serious problems. But critics of the new policing plan say it’s
just another example of discrimination.
and Repression in America It is not an exaggeration
to say that most politicians, and all the paid flunkies, dog paddle
in a foul pool of half-truths, commissions, omissions, disinformation,
and downright lies, and as it turns out Barack Hussein Obama–even
though he walks lightly and looks so fresh and bright–is one
and the same.