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« Reply #11550 on: Oct 14th, 2014, 11:46am »

SINCE I HAVE AN AFFINTY TO HISTORY ~ I THOUGHT I WOULD SHARE ~ FOR THOSE WHOM MAY HAVE MISSED THIS!

True friendship is a plant of slow growth, and must undergo and withstand the shocks of adversity before it is entitled to the appellation.
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« Reply #11551 on: Oct 15th, 2014, 01:28am »

Which is a minister of Health?
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They all are... from left to right: Belgium, Sweden, and Quebec Ministers of Health





Now..this report in the Liberian Observer is the most shocking I have come across..
Formaldehyde well poisoning mimics ebola symptoms..but an organized group?
I'll take it with a grain of salt..so beyond evil..

http://www.liberianobserver.com/security/breaking-formaldeyde-water-allegedly-causing-ebola-symptoms
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« Reply #11552 on: Oct 15th, 2014, 07:18am »

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« Reply #11553 on: Oct 15th, 2014, 09:10am »

Hey Sys, Z, Swamprat and all of our UFOCasebookers

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« Reply #11554 on: Oct 15th, 2014, 09:12am »

Amazon has "When We Left Earth" for eight dollars!

When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions (Limited Edition)
DVD

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I have this dvd, it's well worth it, especially at $8.01

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« Reply #11556 on: Oct 15th, 2014, 3:37pm »

Swamp is on a roll..that was great!

Busted!
Amazon and Alexa.com rewriting Website Performance Numbers to favor WH Agenda..
I sure dint need Snowden On that one..But we have been warned..

http://www.wnd.com/2014/10/your-favorite-news-sites-shafted-by-amazon/








Those who run watchdog news websites are scratching their heads and trying to make sense of the latest data released by a California company that measures website traffic.

According to data for July through September, almost every major website – from WND to the Drudge Report and Breitbart – saw its rankings drop on Alexa.com while pro-government sites mostly went up.

Alexa Internet Inc. is a subsidiary of Amazon.

Familiar names in alternative media like the Drudge Report, Breitbart, Infowars, the Blaze, Newsmax, WND, FoxNews.com, and the Daily Caller all saw their rankings plummet while sites such as NPR.org, the Daily Kos, Democracy Now!, Media Matters and ThinkProgress all rose in the rankings.

The lower the number on the graph the higher the ranking, with 1 being the best.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/10/your-favorite-news-sites-shafted-by-amazon/#kJSEGg5mfXiqGAf4.99

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http://www.wnd.com/files/2014/10/daily-kosgraph.jpg
http://www.wnd.com/files/2014/10/mediamatters.jpg



Alexa purports to measure the traffic of thousands of websites around the world and then assigns a ranking to each site. The lower the number the higher the ranking of the website.

The data can be important because it is used, along with that collected by a handful of similar companies like Comscore, Quantcast and Google Analytics, to determine placement of advertisements that websites rely on to pay the bills and keep running.

What do YOU think? Are watchdog news sites discriminated against? Sound off in today’s WND poll!

Tucker Carlson, founder of Washington, D.C.-based the Daily Caller, said the data being put out by Alexa doesn’t square with that being reported by his own analytics.

“We had 13,557,850 unique visitors in September,” Carlson told WND. “By comparison, we had 12,784,656 uniques in August, so Alexa would be wrong if they’re reading the data correctly.”
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« Reply #11557 on: Oct 15th, 2014, 3:42pm »

on Oct 15th, 2014, 09:26am, Swamprat wrote:
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« Reply #11558 on: Oct 15th, 2014, 8:31pm »

4 weeks ago this is what President Obama said "the chances of an Ebola outbreak here in the United States are extremely low." Today, having reassured Americans that "Ebola is not like the flu, it's not airborne," (despite experts' concerns that Ebola could indeed be aerogenically transmitted) Obama stated that a "widespread outbreak of Ebola in the US is 'unlikely'"


Ohio!!

2nd Ebola Patient's Akron, Ohio Family Home Cordoned Off

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-10-15/2nd-ebola-patients-akron-ohio-family-home-cordoned

Having now identified the 2nd health care worker infected with Ebola as Amber Joy Vinson, and discovered she (against CDC advice) traveled across the nation to her family home in Tallmadge (near Akron, Ohio), we now find out that, as WKYC reports, police have cordoned off the home of her mother and are allowing only limited access to the residential development.

Interesting study on HCWs response to a deadly outbreak.
http://medx.cc/332581279
"Just before 9/11, the military and intelligence community simulated a smallpox attack in Oklahoma City and found that 20 percent of doctors and nurses would fail to report to work out of fear of contamination," he said. "Last week, it was airport cleaners at LaGuardia refusing to clean an airplane out of fear of Ebola and walking off the job. If more people become infected with Ebola in the U.S., I think you're going to see an increased number of health care workers who choose to stay home."

spent last weekend in Tallmadge, an Akron suburb, before testing positive for the Ebola virus.

Summit County Public Health officials are still trying to determine who Vinson may have seen and where she went while she was visiting family. A family member has already self-quarantined himself in a Tallmadge home following Vinson's positive test.

Interviews to determine Vinson's whereabouts are expected to take time, said Summit County Public Health Medical Director Margo Erme, and people will be interviewed twice to determine whether or not they were in contact with Vinson.

"We have been in there all day to see if there are additional contacts and to see where those additional contacts may be, and also the nature of those contacts," Erme said.

Quarantine needs will be determined on an individual basis, Erme said.
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« Reply #11559 on: Oct 15th, 2014, 8:48pm »

Could Gas Explosions Explain Bermuda Triangle Mystery?

By Tanya Lewis, Staff Writer | October 14, 2014

The discovery of several mysterious craters in Siberia earlier this year launched a wave of speculation about their origins. Now, a new report suggests an explanation for the holes, claiming it could also be linked to the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle.

In July, Siberian reindeer herders discovered a huge crater on the Yamal Peninsula, which means "end of the world." Later, two more gaping holes were found, one in the Taz District and one on the Taymyr Peninsula. But while scientists speculated as to the cause of these weird Siberian holes, their origin remained a mystery.

In July, Russian scientists reported in the journal Nature that the explosive release of gases trapped in the permafrost — known as methane hydrates — likely carved out the enormous sinkholes. Air near the crater's bottom contained unusually high concentrations of methane, they said.

Mysterious happenings

But now, researchers have gone even further, suggesting that methane hydrates could be responsible for the disappearances of ships and aircraft under supposedly mysterious circumstances in the Bermuda Triangle, according to The Siberian Times, which cited a report in Science in Siberia, a weekly publication of the Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The Bermuda Triangle is a region some people say exists in the North Atlantic Ocean between Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico; many others dispute its existence.

But regardless of whether the Bermuda Triangle exists, the idea that methane release could sink ships holds some water, scientists say.

"It is very probable that the similar sinkholes in the ocean were produced [as a result] of decomposing gas hydrates,"said Vladimir Romanovsky, a geophysicist who studies permafrost at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, but who was not involved in the study.

Methane is normally solid under the crushing pressures of the deep sea, but chunks of the icelike substance can break off and form gas bubbles that rise to the surface.
"Gas hydrate is known to exist along the U.S. North Atlantic continental margin, with a very large province on Blake Ridge (north of the Bermuda Triangle)," Benjamin Phrampus, an Earth scientist at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, told Live Science in an email.

Loose bubbles sink ships

In fact, a 2003 study published in the American Journal of Physics found that such bubbles could indeed sink ships, at least in principle. For that study, researchers built a model ship hull and released a large bubble underneath it, filming what happened. If the ship was in the right position above the bubble, the vessel would lose buoyancy and sink, the researchers said.

But even though the phenomenon worked with a model ship, there's no evidence that it ever actually occurred, Phrampus said. In addition, such large-scale methane releases have not been reported in recent history, when the ship and airplane disappearances supposedly took place within the Bermuda Triangle. The last time the ocean floor was venting gas in that area was after the last ice age, about 20,000 years ago, Phrampus said.

"I personally see it as an interesting theory and nothing more," he said.

The U.S. Navy does not believe the Bermuda Triangle exists, and the U.S. Board on Geographic Names does not recognize it as an official name. The insurance market Lloyd's of London determined that no more ships have sunk in that region than in other parts of the ocean, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

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« Reply #11560 on: Oct 15th, 2014, 8:57pm »

Good thought Swamp..Methane Hydrates are a tremendous source of explosive potential it was theorized a few years ago that the gases overwhelmed that disappearing squadron and engines..imagine also a sub or ship going over a freshwater pocket in ocean..it would diappear too because the salinity gives water the buoyancy..lots of piracy , insurance fraud..and smuggling in triangle at one time too..Hydrates attributed to that orange glow seen by airlines recently..

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« Reply #11561 on: Oct 15th, 2014, 9:55pm »

on Oct 15th, 2014, 3:37pm, Sysconfig wrote:
Swamp is on a roll..that was great!

Busted!
Amazon and Alexa.com rewriting Website Performance Numbers to favor WH Agenda..
I sure dint need Snowden On that one..But we have been warned..

http://www.wnd.com/2014/10/your-favorite-news-sites-shafted-by-amazon/








Those who run watchdog news websites are scratching their heads and trying to make sense of the latest data released by a California company that measures website traffic.

According to data for July through September, almost every major website – from WND to the Drudge Report and Breitbart – saw its rankings drop on Alexa.com while pro-government sites mostly went up.

Alexa Internet Inc. is a subsidiary of Amazon.

Familiar names in alternative media like the Drudge Report, Breitbart, Infowars, the Blaze, Newsmax, WND, FoxNews.com, and the Daily Caller all saw their rankings plummet while sites such as NPR.org, the Daily Kos, Democracy Now!, Media Matters and ThinkProgress all rose in the rankings.

The lower the number on the graph the higher the ranking, with 1 being the best.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/10/your-favorite-news-sites-shafted-by-amazon/#kJSEGg5mfXiqGAf4.99

http://www.wnd.com/files/2014/10/Alexa_Fox.jpg
http://www.wnd.com/files/2014/10/drudge.jpg

http://www.wnd.com/files/2014/10/daily-kosgraph.jpg
http://www.wnd.com/files/2014/10/mediamatters.jpg



Alexa purports to measure the traffic of thousands of websites around the world and then assigns a ranking to each site. The lower the number the higher the ranking of the website.

The data can be important because it is used, along with that collected by a handful of similar companies like Comscore, Quantcast and Google Analytics, to determine placement of advertisements that websites rely on to pay the bills and keep running.

What do YOU think? Are watchdog news sites discriminated against? Sound off in today’s WND poll!

Tucker Carlson, founder of Washington, D.C.-based the Daily Caller, said the data being put out by Alexa doesn’t square with that being reported by his own analytics.

“We had 13,557,850 unique visitors in September,” Carlson told WND. “By comparison, we had 12,784,656 uniques in August, so Alexa would be wrong if they’re reading the data correctly.”




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Since I've been using "ghostery dot com" I've ZERO infiltrations since...If you use it,read the usage options and the way to BLOCK all those annoying "trackers".
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« Reply #11562 on: Oct 16th, 2014, 01:04am »

Too Good To Be True? Fusion?
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VLockheed Martin Corp said on Wednesday it had made a technological breakthrough in developing a power source based on nuclear fusion, and the first reactors, small enough to fit on the back of a truck, could be ready for use in a decade.

Tom McGuire, who heads the project, said he and a small team had been working on fusion energy at Lockheed’s secretive Skunk Works for about four years, but were now going public to find potential partners in industry and government for their work.

Initial work demonstrated the feasibility of building a 100-megawatt reactor measuring seven feet by 10 feet, which could fit on the back of a large truck, and is about 10 times smaller than current reactors, McGuire told reporters.

In a statement, the company, the Pentagon’s largest supplier, said it would build and test a compact fusion reactor in less than a year, and build a prototype in five years.

In recent years, Lockheed has become increasingly involved in a variety of alternate energy projects, including several ocean energy projects, as it looks to offset a decline in US and European military spending.

Lockheed’s work on fusion energy could help in developing new power sources amid increasing global conflicts over energy, and as projections show there will be a 40% to 50% increase in energy use over the next generation, McGuire said.

If it proves feasible, Lockheed’s work would mark a key breakthrough in a field that scientists have long eyed as promising, but which has not yet yielded viable power systems. The effort seeks to harness the energy released during nuclear fusion, when atoms combine into more stable forms.

“We can make a big difference on the energy front,” McGuire said, noting Lockheed’s 60 years of research on nuclear fusion as a potential energy source that is safer and more efficient than current reactors based on nuclear fission. Lockheed sees the project as part of a comprehensive approach to solving global energy and climate change problems.

Compact nuclear fusion would produce far less waste than coal-powered plants since it would use deuterium-tritium fuel, which can generate nearly 10 million times more energy than the same amount of fossil fuels, the company said.

Ultra-dense deuterium, an isotope of hydrogen, is found in the earth’s oceans, and tritium is made from natural lithium deposits. It said future reactors could use a different fuel and eliminate radioactive waste completely.

McGuire said the company had several patents pending for the work and was looking for partners in academia, industry and among government laboratories to advance the work.

Lockheed said it had shown it could complete a design, build and test it in as little as a year, which should produce an operational reactor in 10 years, McGuire said. A small reactor could power a US navy warship, and eliminate the need for other fuel sources that pose logistical challenges.

US submarines and aircraft carriers run on nuclear power, but they have large fission reactors on board that have to be replaced on a regular cycle.

“What makes our project really interesting and feasible is that timeline as a potential solution,” McGuire said.

Lockheed shares fell 0.6% to $175.02 amid a broad market selloff.
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