Daily Archives: May 12, 2016

HOLES IN HEAVEN HD – SECRET TESLA TECHNOLOGY

Holes-in-Heaven

UFOTV® The Disclosure Movie Network

Published on Mar 27, 2014

UFOTV® Accept no imitations. Based on discoveries by Nikola Tesla, HAARP is a controversial technology operated by the US military beaming high level energy into the Earth’s upper atmosphere. HAARP also locates hidden oil reserves and missile silos around the world. However, critics of HAARP say this technology could blow a massive hole in the upper atmosphere as well as disrupt the subtle magnetic energies of all life on Earth. Narrated by Martin Sheen this film presents an investigation of a subject that could have a dramatic effect on all life.

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Create Your Avatar and Cheat Death


CuriosityStream

Published on Oct 30, 2015

With your brain connected to a super computer, you could move whatever you want, and have capabilities beyond “your” own. Precisely when this will happen is hard to know, but such a world is coming. Don’t miss famed futurist Michio Kaku on his journey to unveil our future. Available at https://CuriosityStream.com.

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This scientist just changed how we think about climate change with one GIF

By Chris Mooney May 11

Ed Hawkins spends his days doing, you know, climate science. A professor at the University of Reading in the UK, he has published widely on the overturning circulation in the north Atlantic Ocean, as well as trends for sea ice in the Arctic and how to predict future temperatures, among other topics. And he contributed to the most recent mega-report of the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which everybody cites for pretty much everything in this area.

He’s now famous, though, for something quite different. This:

As of early Wednesday, the startling animation had been retweeted over 3,200 times, covered separately here in the Post and by many, many other outlets — our own Jason Samenow called it the “most compelling global warming visualization ever made” — and even used as an example of how the IPCC itself could improve its dreary and often faulted communications, in an interview with its new head, Hoesung Lee.

“I can’t quite believe it,” says Hawkins, who says that his university’s servers were “struggling a bit” Tuesday morning as large numbers of people were apparently watching the animation.

“It was just designed to try and communicate in a different way. As scientists I think we need to communicate, and try different things, and this was just one of those trials, and it has turned out very well,” Hawkins says. (He credits Jan Fuglestvedt, a fellow researcher at the University of Oslo, with suggesting the idea of a spiral to him).

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Dr. Michael Mann on Dying Oceans & Intense Fires


The Big Picture RT

Published on May 10, 2016
Dr. Michael Mann, Earth System Science Center-Penn State University/Dire Predictions: Understanding Climate Change (2nd edition) joins Thom. The oceans are literally starving now. Plus the Fires in Canada – Is this a preview of what the future will look like if we don’t do something right now to stop climate change?

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What the Panama Papers Tells Us About Global Capitalism

The Big Picture RT

Published on Apr 8, 2016

Economist Dr. Richard Wolff, Democracy At Work joins Thom. The Panama Papers have revealed tens of thousands of tax havens used by world leaders like British Prime Minister David Cameron – What do they tell us about the true nature of global capitalism?

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Trump’s GOP Hitman Who’s Stealing Your Vote


The Big Picture RT

Published on May 11, 2016
Greg Palast, Rolling Stone/BBC News/Billionaires & Ballot Bandits joins Thom. With just over 6 months until the November elections – Trump is presumptive Republican nominee – and he’s getting a lot of help from Kansas’ Secretary of State – Kris Kobach. Kobach has spent years pushing for strict voter suppression laws that help Republicans get elected by putting undue burdens on voters to prove their citizenship – despite the fact that there is no evidence that voter fraud is a real problem in the United States. And that means that 36,000 people have had their registration suspended in the state of Kansas alone.

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The Zika Threat Looms as the GOP Dithers


The Big Picture RT
Published on May 11, 2016
Erik Altieri, Agenda Project Action Fund joins Thom. Less than two years after the Republicans were freaking out about Ebola crossing the border from Mexico or whatever – and the Republicans are basically just shrugging at the idea of the Zika virus spreading throughout the United States. But more people here are going to be sickened by Zika than were at risk for Ebola in the United States – so what will it take for Republicans to come around and actually address this threat before it becomes a crisis?

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