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« Reply #12135 on: Jan 21st, 2015, 11:35am »

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« Reply #12137 on: Jan 22nd, 2015, 06:52am »

We knew it was just a matter of time when anyone who questions authority is declared mentally ill.

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Only the Sheeple Are Sane

This post is about an issue that is by now a bit dated (though the topic as such certainly isn’t), but we have only just become aware of it and it seemed to us worth rescuing it from the memory hole. In late 2013, the then newest issue of the American Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM for short) defined a new mental illness, the so-called “oppositional defiant disorder” or ODD.

As TheMindUnleashed.org informs us, the definition of this new mental illness essentially amounts to declaring any non-conformity and questioning of authority as a form of insanity. According to the manual, ODD is defined as:

[…] an “ongoing pattern of disobedient, hostile and defiant behavior,” symptoms include questioning authority, negativity, defiance, argumentativeness, and being easily annoyed.
In short, as Natural News put it: According to US psychiatrists, only the sheeple are sane.

Every time a new issue of the DSM appears, the number of mental disorders grows – and this growth is exponential. A century ago there were essentially 7 disorders, 80 years ago there were 59, 50 years ago there were 130, and by 2010 there were 374 (77 of which were “found” in just seven years). A prominent critic of this over-diagnosing (and the associated over-medication trend) is psychologist Dr. Paula Caplan. Here is an interview with her:



Allen Gregg in conversation with psychologist Dr. Paula Caplan

As MindUnleashed notes:

“Are we becoming sicker? Is it getting harder to be mentally healthy? Authors of the DSM-IV say that it’s because they’re better able to identify these illnesses today. Critics charge that it’s because they have too much time on their hands.

New mental illnesses identified by the DSM-IV include arrogance, narcissism, above-average creativity, cynicism, and antisocial behavior. In the past, these were called “personality traits,” but now they’re diseases. And there are treatments available.”
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« Reply #12138 on: Jan 22nd, 2015, 10:31am »

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Doubt cast on global firestorm generated by dino-killing asteroid


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Pioneering new research has debunked the theory that the asteroid that is thought to have led to the extinction of dinosaurs also caused vast global firestorms that ravaged planet Earth.

A team of researchers from the University of Exeter, University of Edinburgh and Imperial College London recreated the immense energy released from an extra-terrestrial collision with Earth that occurred around the time that dinosaurs became extinct. They found that the intense but short-lived heat near the impact site could not have ignited live plants, challenging the idea that the impact led to global firestorms.

These firestorms have previously been considered a major contender in the puzzle to find out what caused the mass extinction of life on Earth 65 million years ago.

The researchers found that close to the impact site, a 200 km wide crater in Mexico, the heat pulse -- that would have lasted for less than a minute -- was too short to ignite live plant material. However they discovered that the effects of the impact would have been felt as far away as New Zealand where the heat would have been less intense but longer lasting -- heating the ground for about seven minutes -- long enough to ignite live plant matter.

The experiments were carried out in the laboratory and showed that dry plant matter could ignite, but live plants including green pine branches, typically do not.

Dr Claire Belcher from the Earth System Science group in Geography at the University of Exeter said: "By combining computer simulations of the impact with methods from engineering we have been able to recreate the enormous heat of the impact in the laboratory. This has shown us that the heat was more likely to severely affect ecosystems a long distance away, such that forests in New Zealand would have had more chance of suffering major wildfires than forests in North America that were close to the impact. This flips our understanding of the effects of the impact on its head and means that palaeontologists may need to look for new clues from fossils found a long way from the impact to better understand the mass extinction event."

Plants and animals are generally resistant to localised fire events -- animals can hide or hibernate and plants can re-colonise from other areas, implying that wildfires are unlikely to be directly capable of leading to the extinctions. If however some animal communities, particularly large animals, were unable to shelter from the heat, they may have suffered serious losses. It is unclear whether these would have been sufficient to lead to the extinction of species.

Dr Rory Hadden from the University of Edinburgh said: "This is a truly exciting piece of inter-disciplinary research. By working together engineers and geoscientists have tackled a complex, long-standing problem in a novel way. This has allowed a step forward in the debate surrounding the end Cretaceous impact and will help Geoscientists interpret the fossil record and evaluate potential future impacts. In addition, the methods we developed in the laboratory for this research have driven new developments in our current understanding of how materials behave in fires particularly at the wildland-urban-interface, meaning that we have been able to answer questions relating to both ancient mass extinctions at the same time as developing understanding of the impact of wildfires in urban areas today."

The results of the study are published in the Journal of the Geological Society.

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Hundreds of people have joined a Facebook campaign to help Janice Bannister find her lost dog Sylvia

By Mark Molloy
3:54PM GMT 22 Jan 2015

A devoted pet owner has hired a helicopter in a bid to find her missing dog on Anglesey.

Janice Bannister has been scouring the north Wales island to find lost pet Sylvia, a Japanese shiba inu.

The much-loved canine went missing during a beach walk on 17 January, with her owner spending £750 for the aerial search of the island.

Hundreds of people have joined a Facebook campaign to help her track down the lost dog.

Ms Bannister was walking eight of her 16 dogs on the island when she noticed Sylvia had disappeared.

“She’s just a lovely girl and we’ve had her since she was a pup,” she told Wales Online.

“She will be so scared and confused out there. She’s never been here before so it’s not familiar to her.

"Everyone has been so supportive helping me, I don’t think anybody on the island doesn’t know about Sylvia."

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« Reply #12140 on: Jan 22nd, 2015, 12:45pm »

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Top Counter-Terrorism Agency: Citizens Should Be Armed To Stop Terror Attacks

he head of the world’s international police agency (Interpol) – which is very active in counter-terror efforts – said last October that arming citizens might be the best way to stop terrorism.

ABC News reported:

Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble said today the U.S. and the rest of the democratic world is at a security crossroads in the wake of last month’s deadly al-Shabab attack at a shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya – and suggested an answer could be in arming civilians.

In an exclusive interview with ABC News, Noble said there are really only two choices for protecting open societies from attacks like the one on Westgate mall where so-called “soft targets” are hit: either create secure perimeters around the locations or allow civilians to carry their own guns to protect themselves.

“Societies have to think about how they’re going to approach the problem,” Noble said. “One is to say we want an armed citizenry; you can see the reason for that. Another is to say the enclaves are so secure that in order to get into the soft target you’re going to have to pass through extraordinary security.”

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The secretary general, an American who previously headed up all law enforcement for the U.S. Treasury Department, told reporters during a brief news conference that the Westgate mall attack marks what has long been seen as “an evolution in terrorism.” Instead of targets like the Pentagon and World Trade Center that now have far more security since 9/11, attackers are focusing on sites with little security that attract large numbers of people.

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“Ask yourself: If that was Denver, Col., if that was Texas, would those guys have been able to spend hours, days, shooting people randomly?” Noble said, referring to states with pro-gun traditions. “What I’m saying is it makes police around the world question their views on gun control. It makes citizens question their views on gun control. You have to ask yourself, ‘Is an armed citizenry more necessary now than it was in the past with an evolving threat of terrorism?‘ This is something that has to be discussed.”

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“For me it’s a profound question,” he continued. “People are quick to say ‘gun control, people shouldn’t be armed,’ etc., etc. I think they have to ask themselves: ‘Where would you have wanted to be? In a city where there was gun control and no citizens armed if you’re in a Westgate mall, or in a place like Denver or Texas?'”
If you are for gun control – as I used to be – you may want to note that a top liberal Constitutional law scholar, Ghandi and the Dalai Lama are all for the right of citizens to bear arms.

Perhaps more importantly, look at the alternatives …

Would you rather let the government keep on waging its virtually endless, counter-productive , freedom-destroying and ruinously expensive War On Terror?

Or would you rather arm yourselves and take your chances?


Postscript: For those who think that guns are “unhealthy” or “disgusting”, please note that Freud disagreed. Specifically, he argued that when men give up the primal drive to protect ourselves, our families and our communities – and that power is transferred to standing armies – it disempowers us and makes us weak psychologically.

Edit: Is someone telling us we are at the wild wild west stage. We are essentially on our own. Today I read an article in newspaperwith our local police commissioner telling neighbors to start being nosey. We have had a rash of armed robberies in broad daylight with customers in the store. I have been here over 20 years...never witnessed something like this. Very well organized, even knowing when assigned police left..




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on Jan 22nd, 2015, 11:00pm, SysConfig wrote:
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Top Counter-Terrorism Agency: Citizens Should Be Armed To Stop Terror Attacks

he head of the world’s international police agency (Interpol) – which is very active in counter-terror efforts – said last October that arming citizens might be the best way to stop terrorism.

ABC News reported:

Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble said today the U.S. and the rest of the democratic world is at a security crossroads in the wake of last month’s deadly al-Shabab attack at a shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya – and suggested an answer could be in arming civilians...

Edit: Is someone telling us we are at the wild wild west stage. We are essentially on our own. Today I read an article in newspaperwith our local police commissioner telling neighbors to start being nosey. We have had a rash of armed robberies in broad daylight with customers in the store. I have been here over 20 years...never witnessed something like this. Very well organized, even knowing when assigned police left..



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Hostages in limbo as deadline passes

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Jan 23, 2015

The presumed 72-hour deadline for paying the exorbitant ransom demanded by the Islamic State group apparently expired at 2:50 p.m. Friday without any hint about what would happen to the two Japanese hostages in its grasp.

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, the No. 2 man in Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government, said Tokyo had not received any correspondence from the Islamic extremists as of Friday afternoon.

“We haven’t received any particular” messages from the Islamic State group about the apparent expiration of the deadline, Suga told the news conference, which started shortly after 4 p.m.

“The situation remains very tough.”

Later in the day, a high-ranking official denied speculation the deadline may have been extended by secret negotiations with the terrorist group.

“That’s not the case,” the official said, adding the government had seen few developments to inspire optimism.

On Friday morning, the same official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Tokyo was not engaged in any substantial negotiations with the armed jihadis over conditions for winning the release of the two men.

In a video uploaded to websites Tuesday, a masked English-speaking man with a British accent threatened to kill journalist Kenji Goto, 47, and private security contractor Haruna Yukawa, 42, after 72 hours if Japan did not pay a ransom of $200 million.

The masked man did not explicitly say when the 72-hour time span started. The government came across the video clip at around 2:50 p.m. Tuesday and presumed it was the starting point of the group’s demand.

Meanwhile, Japanese police have raised the national terrorism alert “to the top level,” and strengthened monitoring at immigration offices across the country, another senior official said Friday.

“This is nothing about religion. We are trying to gather information about terrorism,” the official said, suggesting the government has begun to more closely monitor certain Muslims entering or leaving the country.

On Thursday, the United States informally made known to Japan its position against making ransom payments to terrorists, U.S. State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in Washington.

The U.S. view is that “it puts citizens at risk and it certainly is not a policy that we here in the United States implement or we support,” Psaki told a press conference, adding, “I think Japan knows our long-standing position on that issue.”

She added that Washington has privately conveyed its position and that Tokyo is familiar with it.

But in Tokyo on Friday, Suga said he was “not aware of” such a message from the U.S., apparently ignoring Psaki’s comment, which was widely reported by Japanese media outlets.

Over the past three days, Suga has been repeatedly asked by reporters if Tokyo is willing to pay a ransom to the terrorist group.

Suga didn’t answer directly, only repeating Japan “will not give in to terrorism” and that it has put “top priority” on saving the lives of the two hostages.

Meanwhile, according to Kyodo News, the government has desperately been trying to contact the Islamic State group through an email address used to demand the ransom from Goto’s wife.

A government source said no response had been received from the group as of Thursday night, Kyodo News reported.

According to the source, Goto’s wife received an email message in November notifying the family that the freelance journalist had been kidnapped.

Since then, around 10 more email messages have been sent to her, Kyodo reported.The email, allegedly sent by the armed group, reportedly included information that only Goto and members of his family could have known.

In January, the group issued a demand to Goto’s wife, asking her to pay around ¥2 billion in euros as a ransom, the source said. Earlier reports said the ¥2 billion ransom had been demanded in December.

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Is this Alexander Litvinenko's beyond the grave attack on Putin?

Exclusive: Days before the start of the public inquiry into his murder, a tape reveals for the first time what is believed to be Alexander Litvinenko's own account of the dangerous depths of his investigations into crime bosses linked to Russia

By Lyndsey Telford, Edward Malnick and Claire Newell
12:00PM GMT 23 Jan 2015

A tape apparently recorded by murdered Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko a year before he was poisoned has revealed he was digging up links between Vladimir Putin and one of the world’s most dangerous terrorists.

A Telegraph investigation uncovered the audio recording, in which the dissident claims from beyond the grave that Russia’s president had a “good relationship” with Semion Mogilevich - a Ukrainian crime boss who was on the FBI's most wanted list and whom Mr Litvinenko believed was selling weapons to al-Qaeda.

The apparent recording of Mr Litvinenko is published for the first time ahead of a public inquiry into his death, which begins on January 27.

In the tape, made in November 2005 in the same London sushi restaurant where Mr Litvinenko held one of his final meetings, he also connects Russia’s foreign intelligence and state security services – the SVR and FSB - with a former KGB agent whom he believed had links to al-Qaeda.

The same agent may also feature in the public inquiry, with lawyers examining his possible involvement in the spy’s death.

And in an early indication of his fears of the Kremlin, Mr Litvinenko discloses in broken English that Russia had threatened him for working with a commission probing alleged Soviet links with Italian politicians. He says Russian special services were “very afraid” of the commission’s work.

Mr Litvinenko, 43, was a former KGB agent who fled to Britain in 2000. He was allegedly poisoned by radioactive polonium-210 at a hotel in London in November 2006.

His family and friends have claimed that the Russian state ordered his killing.

Andrey Lugovoy and Dmitry Kovtun, both former KGB bodyguards, have been identified as suspects in his murder. However both deny any involvement and remain in Russia despite attempts by the UK to extradite them to stand trial.

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Surely they have easier ways than this, unless the object is to inject things in.


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"Privacy is dead," academic tells Davos elite

Harvard Professor Margo Seltzer warned that miniature mosquito drones will one day forcibly extract your DNA on behalf of the government and insurance companies as she told elitists at the World Economic Forum in Davos that privacy was dead.

Seltzer, a professor in computer science at Harvard University, told attendees, “Privacy as we knew it in the past is no longer feasible… How we conventionally think of privacy is dead.”

Seltzer went on to predict that in the near future, mosquito-sized robots would perpetually monitor individuals as well as collecting DNA and biometric information for governments and corporations.


“It’s not whether this is going to happen, it’s already happening,” said Seltzer on the issue of pervasive surveillance. “We live in a surveillance state today.”

The professor added that miniaturized drone technology should be used for benevolent purposes, such as sending the same device into an Ebola ward to “zap the germs”.

Fellow Harvard academic Sophia Roosth also warned that an era of “genetic McCarthyism” was on the way as a result of people’s personal genetic information being available to governments via the Internet.

However, another speaker, tech entrepreneur Anthony Goldbloom, told the panel that young people no longer cared about surveillance issues and were perfectly willing to trade privacy for convenience.

“People often behave better when they have the sense that their actions are being watched,” said Goldbloom, seemingly invoking O’Brien from George Orwell’s 1984.

As we reported yesterday, Google CEO Eric Schmidt, who is not known for his strong advocacy of privacy, greased the skids for the introduction of an Internet brain chip when he told Davos attendees that the world wide web would “disappear” as an external concept.


However, another speaker, tech entrepreneur Anthony Goldbloom, told the panel that young people no longer cared about surveillance issues and were perfectly willing to trade privacy for convenience.

“People often behave better when they have the sense that their actions are being watched,” said Goldbloom,


Edit: Why to think otherwise you would have to be mentally ill or INSANE!
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15 Arizona UFO stories from the Project Blue Book

The Arizona Republic sifted through more than 100 reports from the Project Blue Book files, searching for the interesting, the bizarre and the unbelievable stories from Arizona's UFO sightings. Many of the names and specific locations within the reports were redacted by the Air Force.

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Mr. Rhodes stepped out his backdoor and walked toward his workshop. From the east, he heard the approach of an incoming jet airplane -- possibly a P-80, according to the report.

The 30-year-old Phoenix man looked, but saw nothing. After several seconds however, a grey disc appeared over the horizon to the northeast. It was elliptical in shape, 20 to 30 feet in diameter, and appeared about 5,000 feet in the air. The "object" spiraled downward to about 2,000 feet, then flew upwards into the clouds travelling at speeds between 400 and 600 miles per hour.

Mr. Rhodes snapped two pictures as the disc dipped under the clouds again, spiraling in a left to right circle, about a quarter to a half-mile in length. The disc then disappeared.

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