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 on: Today at 09:02:16 AM 
Started by votewritein - Last post by pac522
The poor Brontosaurus never really existed. Basically, to give the cliff notes, they found a incomplete skeleton and thought it was a new kind of long neck but it turned out to be just an already known one (a Brachiosaurus) in the end.

Tell that to Fred Flinstone. I want my Brontosaurus burger.

 on: Today at 08:56:16 AM 
Started by jofortruth - Last post by pac522
IMHO these are exciting points well worth studying, opening up a whole new bunch of questions.

That is a gap of 10,000 feet...
That is HUGE

22,965 ft is the Max Service Ceiling which is different from the Max Altitude. Max Service ceiling is determined by in which a plane is still able to climb at the rate of 100 feet per second. Max altitude should be much higher. So yes, by all means it could have been those SU-25s in escort.

 on: Today at 08:46:09 AM 
Started by TahoeBlue - Last post by TahoeBlue
Of course, Greenspan is the guy that was in on the PLANNING and EXECUTION of this melt-down-up before Bernanke !
So is he saying the opposite? or is he giving himself cover from the disastrous future to come. Of course on the day of reckoning he and others, should be hung as the traitors they are , while the NWO will give them medals and awards ...
Greenspan says bubbles can’t be stopped without ‘crunch’
July 24, 2014, 8:44 a.m. EDT

Former Fed chairman worries about false dawns and the looming Fed exit
By Greg Robb, MarketWatch

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has always been a student of the economy. Since the financial crisis, he’s become a student of human nature.

Sitting in his office with a view of the Washington Monument in the distance, Greenspan is eager to share the insight distilled in his recent book, “The Map and the Territory,” due out in paperback this fall.

Greenspan, 88, who was chairman of the U.S. central bank for more than 18 years, from 1987 to 2006, managed to steer the economy through [INTO] multiple crises, mainly by slashing rates and remaining upbeat. He suffered a remarkable fall from grace after leaving office and has apologized for trusting big banks too much. He has since gone back and re-examined his views on the economy.

MarketWatch: What is the biggest challenge facing the Fed?

Greenspan: How to unwind the huge increase in the size of its balance sheet with minimal impact. It is not going to be easy, and it is not obvious exactly how to do it.


 on: Today at 08:35:03 AM 
Started by chris jones - Last post by Jackson Holly
Interesting :  seems that Hamas are the agent provocateurs for the Israelis ... and they are funded by the NWO/Bilderberg et al.

Days Hours Minutes Seconds
State Dept. Sides with Hamas Funders
Jonathan S. Tobin | @tobincommentary 
04.02.2014 - 6:15 PM

… I would not be a bit surprised.

QASSAM ROCKETS (Hammas-type) ~~>

The Qassam rocket (Arabic: صاروخ القسام‎ Ṣārūkh al-Qassām; also Kassam) is a simple, steel artillery rocket developed and deployed by the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military arm of Hamas. Three models have been produced and used, with the first introduced in 2001.

More generally, all types of Palestinian rockets fired into southern Israel, for example the Palestinian Islamic Jihad Al Quds rockets, are called Qassams by the Israeli media, and often by foreign media. The Qassam gained notoriety as the best-known type of rocket deployed by Palestinian militants mainly against Israeli civilians, but also some military targets during the Second Intifada of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict.

Since 2000, Palestinian rockets, which include the Qassam, alongside others such as the Grad rocket, have been used to kill 22 Israeli citizens and one Thai national (as of January 9, 2009). These rockets cannot be fired precisely to target specific military objectives in or near civilian areas. Human Rights Watch issued an analysis, stating, that "such weapons are therefore indiscriminate when used against targets in population centers. The absence of Israeli military forces in the areas where rockets hit, as well as statements by leaders of Palestinian armed groups that population centers were being targeted, indicate that the armed groups deliberately attacked Israeli civilians and civilian objects." The international community considers indiscriminate attacks on civilians and civilian structures that do not discriminate between civilians and military targets as illegal under international law…

The aim of the Qassam rocket design appears to be ease and speed of manufacture, using common tools and components. To this end, the rockets are propelled by a solid mixture of sugar and potassium nitrate, a widely available fertilizer. The warhead is filled with smuggled or scavenged TNT and urea nitrate, another common fertilizer. This is close to Ammonite.

The rocket consists of a steel cylinder, containing a rectangular block of the propellant. A steel plate which forms and supports the nozzles is then spot-welded to the base of the cylinder. The warhead consists of a simple metal shell surrounding the explosives, and is triggered by a fuse constructed using a simple firearm cartridge, a spring and a nail….

The cost of the materials used for manufacturing each Qassam is up to $800 or €500 (in 2008-9) per rocket.

 on: Today at 08:23:21 AM 
Started by votewritein - Last post by Highland
Republicans, smaller government and less tax since 1860.

 on: Today at 08:16:13 AM 
Started by chris jones - Last post by TahoeBlue
Interesting :  seems that Hamas are the agent provocateurs for the Israelis ... and they are funded by the NWO/Bilderberg et al.

Days Hours Minutes Seconds
State Dept. Sides with Hamas Funders
Jonathan S. Tobin | @tobincommentary 
04.02.2014 - 6:15 PM


when it comes to shutting down the financing of some terrorists, the administration is something of a house divided. As the New York Times reports today, the State Department is pressuring the Department of Justice to intervene on behalf of a Jordanian bank in a federal lawsuit in which it stands accused of funneling money to terrorists who killed Americans. Apparently, Foggy Bottom wants the administration to support the Arab Bank’s effort to get the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn sanctions imposed by a lower court because of the financial institution’s refusal to hand over customer records.
Eric Holder protects US Muslim funders of Hamas 0

We have often wondered why it is that the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), regularly named as an “unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation case”, remains unindicted.

In April this year, Rep. Peter King (R-NY), who is holding hearings on the radicalization of Muslims in the US, wrote  to Attorney General Eric Holder to ask him why ...
Israel singles out Qatar as key Hamas terror sponsor

Gulf emirate is branded the villain behind Hamas belligerence, with PM’s former security adviser saying it funds tunnel diggers and rocket launchers
By Elhanan Miller   July 23, 2014, 8:31 pm 61

President Shimon Peres accused Qatar on Wednesday of becoming “the world’s largest funder of terror” due to its financial support for Hamas in Gaza.

 on: Today at 08:04:21 AM 
Started by JohnBFTOR - Last post by Highland
Think again. Things you may have wanted to know were edited out of many places that are thought of a free speech areas.

  Garcinia kola was found to help disable the ebola virus, The active compound, now known to be a biflavonoid, was found to be active against a wide range of viruses including the influenza virus. Garlic and Oregano have also been proven to eliminate a wide range of virus and bacteria while antibiotics only eliminate bacteria.

 John the revelater was said to also predict possibility's of peace and abundance but this was apparently ignored and edited out of the condensed bible writings 1700 years ago.

This short comment was edited out of natural news comments.

 on: Today at 07:46:23 AM 
Started by Jackson Holly - Last post by Jackson Holly

 … from THE MIRROR:

 on: Today at 07:36:14 AM 
Started by Jackson Holly - Last post by lee51

14.18 A fuller passenger list has been published by official Algerian news agency APS.

The list of passengers includes 51 French, 27 Burkina Faso nationals, eight Lebanese, six Algerians, five Canadians, four Germans, two Luxemburg nationals, one Swiss, one Belgium, one Egyptian, one Ukrainian, one Nigerian, one Cameroonian and one Malian, Burkina Faso Transport Minister Jean Bertin Ouedraogo reportedly said.

However, AFP is reporting that "at least 20" passengers were Lebanese.

The six crew members are Spanish, according to the Spanish pilots' union.

14.14 Fiona Govan reports from Madrid, Spain with the latest on the fate of AH5017, which was owned and staffed by the Spanish firm Swiftair:

 Swiftair confirmed that the two pilots and four cabin crew are all Spanish, and said that contact had been lost with the plane 50 minutes after it took off from Burkina Faso this morning for Algiers. 

The company said it was trying to establish the nationalities of those on board and were coordinating with the Spanish foreign ministry. 

"At this moment we have emergency teams and company personnel working ‎to establish what happened and as soon as we know more details we will release new statements," it said in a statement, according to Spanish websites. 

According to Algeria media reserves of kerosene on the plane could have run out after an hour. 

Spain's ministry for development and transport ‎has called a crisis cabinet and is in touch with the company and authorities in Burkino Faso, Mali and Algeria. 

Jose Manuel Margallo, Spain's foreign minister described the situation as "confusing" and is in touch with his Algerian counterpart Ramatane Lamama, as well as the Spanish prime minister. 

Speaking on an office visit to Tunisia he said "the situation is very confused."

14.11 "I can confirm that it has crashed," the unnamed Algerian official who spoke to Reuters has said, declining to give details of where the plane was or what caused the accident.

13.57 An Algerian aviation official has told Reuters the plane has crashed.

No more details are currently available on the location, but Niger security sources say planes are flying over its border with Mali to search for the plane.

13.51 Swiftair, which owned and staffed the plane, has a relatively clean safety record, with five accidents since 1977, two of which caused a total of eight deaths, according to the Washington-based Flight Safety Foundation.

Air Algerie's last major accident was in 2003 when one of its planes crashed shortly after take-off from the southern city of Tamanrasset, killing 102 people. In February this year, 77 people died when an Algerian military transport plane crashed into a mountain in eastern Algeria.

13.45 French fighter jets based in the region have been dispatched to try to locate the missing plane, French army spokesman Gilles Jaron has said.

Quote Two Mirage 2000 jets based in Africa were dispatched to try to locate the Air Algerie plane that disappeared on Thursday. 

They will search an area from its last known destination along its probable route.

13.42 David Millward explains why a Spanish-owned plane was being operated by an Algerian airline:

 The aircraft was "wet leased" by Air Algerie from Swiftair [a Spanish airline company], which supplied both aircraft and crew. The practice of wet leasing is common in the industry. British Airways wet-leased a number of aircraft during the 2010 cabin crew dispute to maintain services.

13.30 There may have been as many as 80 French passengers on board AH5017, "airport sources" in Algeria have told EFE.

13.25 The Telegraph's David Millward, former transport editor, has been following events from the US:

 David Soucie, a former investigator with the Federal Aviation Administration, has told CNN: “There is no reason to think there is anything mechanically wrong with the plane. There is some reason that it flew over restricted airspace.”

Speaking on CNN he adds that field could have been an issue when the pilot had to make a decision what route should be taken to avoid the storm.

13.19 Mike Pflanz reports for The Telegraph from Nairobi:

 A European diplomat in Ouagadougou said that there was limited information available from the country's civil aviation authorities, but that he had been briefed that the aircraft left Burkina Faso airspace and had continued as planned over Malian territory.

There were reportedly many French citizens on the flight, which was likely to be routed over territory that was in the hands of al-Qaeda's affiliates in northern Mali until France intervened to push them out in 2013. 

Despite this, the European diplomat said that there was no suggestion he had heard that the aircraft could have been specifically targeted by anti-French Islamist forces from the ground.

More up-to-date info at link above. The page automatically updates every 90 seconds.

 on: Today at 07:32:27 AM 
Started by chris jones - Last post by Jackson Holly

Excuse my French … but somebody needs to bomb the f_ _ _ out of Jerusalem.

… Israel/US/EU calls this a WAR? This is a turkey shoot!
Palestine has no way to defend itself against this bloody,
21st C hi-tek slaughter. Come on! Bottle rockets aimed
at nowhere in particular?

I pray somebody with an ounce of conscience left, with
REAL firepower will give Jerusalem a taste of REAL WAR …
anybody? … anybody?

In the video, named “Video witness: 4 minutes of terror during the Shejaiya massacre” on Facebook ...

By Atef Abu Saif:

"Monday night was a terrible chapter in the history of Gaza—especially for the eastern part of Beit Hanoun. Tanks moved in from the border toward the residential areas, destroying everything in their paths, erasing every building, every school, every orchard. You do not know whether the next shell will fall on your head. When you will be reduced to another number in the news. You think about what it means to disappear from the world, to evaporate like a drop of water, leaving no sign of your existence, and the thought drives you mad.

A shell killed a family of six people three days ago. Cousins of my neighbor Eyad. They were sitting around their food waiting for the prayer to break their fast. The four children were killed instantly, and the parents were mortally injured.

Eyad told me that one of the dead girls vanished completely; they found no sign of her body. No bones, no arms, no legs. Nothing that might suggest it belonged to her, that a little girl of 9 years existed in this place just a few seconds ago. Apparently the rocket hit her body directly."


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