Archive for April, 2013

US Muslim opposition to suicide bombing revealed in extensive study

Pew report based 38,000 interviews showed Muslims in US more opposed to suicide bombs than Muslims in other countries Muslims in the US are generally more opposed to suicide bombings than their co-religionists round the world, according to a new report by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life published Tuesday. […]

Bizarre bone worms emit acid to feast on whale skeletons

Only within the past 12 years have marine biologists come to learn about the eye-opening characteristics of mystifying sea worms that live and thrive on the bones of whale carcasses. With each new study, scientists have developed a better grasp on the biology of Osedax, a genus of mouthless and gutless “bone worms” that make […]

Study reveals behavior of seabirds during migration

The behaviour of seabirds during migration – including patterns of foraging, rest and flight – has been revealed in new detail using novel computational analyses and tracking technologies. Using a new method called ‘ethoinformatics’, described as the application of computational methods in the investigation of animal behaviour, scientists have been able to analyse three years […]

Unleashing oxygen: ‘Superlattice’ structure could give a huge boost to oxygen reaction in fuel cells

New research at MIT could dramatically improve the efficiency of fuel cells, which are considered a promising alternative to batteries for powering everything from electronic devices to cars and homes. Fuel cells make electricity by combining hydrogen, or hydrocarbon fuels, with oxygen. But the most efficient types, called solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC), have drawbacks […]

Riots create irrational behaviour

Participants of group riots have since the end of the 1960s been viewed as rational individuals driven by a sense of injustice. But in today’s world this is misleading, concludes sociologist and PhD Christian Borch in a newly published doctoral thesis, and he encourages the police to take the destructive behaviour of some participants into […]

Celestial sleuths shed (moon) light on death of Stonewall Jackson

One of the turning points of the U.S. Civil War occurred during the Battle of Chancellorsville, May 2, 1863, when Confederate Lieutenant General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson was mistakenly shot by his own troops and later died of complications from his wounds. His death deprived Confederate commander Robert E. Lee of his most daring and […]

BlackBerry CEO says tablets will be useless in five years

BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins is not a fan of tablets. Seems like BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins won’t be holding up another PlayBook for a while, if ever.(Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET) Heins questioned the need for the mobile devices in an interview with Bloomberg recently. “In five years, I don’t think there’ll be a reason to […]

Twitter warns of additional hacks, threats

Twitter knows that many high-profile accounts have suffered at the hands of hackers in recent days, but is putting much of the onus of responsibility on the account holders themselves. (Credit: CBSi) On Monday, Twitter sent a memo to major media and news outlets about the threat — if they hadn’t known already, or […]

Digg to release Google Reader replacement beta in June

Digg has surveyed thousands of people to find out what features they want in its upcoming RSS reader in preparation for a June beta launch, the company said in a blog post. (Credit: Digg) “Our beta release in June will be just the beginning; a product built with experimentation in mind by a team […]

First ever website is brought back to life

The first site on the world wide web is back online, and we have researchers at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) to thank. (Credit: CERN) A quick history lesson for readers: in 1989, British physicist Tim Berners-Lee invented what would be called the “world wide web”. The first trials were held in […]

Tech CEOs say the darndest things

With his comment that tablets will soon die out, BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins is just the latest to offer a bold prediction about the future of technology. Will he be the latest to blow it? BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins.(Screenshot by CNET) It seems that being the CEO at a technology company invariably involves hitting […]

Intel CEO favors SoftBank to Dish for Sprint takeover

Intel CEO Paul Otellini. (Credit: Dan Farber/CNET) Intel CEO Paul Otellini is throwing his weight behind SoftBank in the bidding war for Sprint, according to Reuters. Otellini sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski giving word that he favored SoftBank, a wireless carrier based in Japan, over Dish for the Sprint takeover […]

Apple CEO Tim Cook to speak at D11 conference

Apple CEO Tim Cook at the D10 conference in 2012. (Credit: Rafe Needleman/CNET) All Things Digital today said that Apple CEO Tim Cook will be a speaker at the outlet’s D11 conference, taking place at the end of May. Cook’s predecessor, late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, attended the conference in previous years and Cook headlined […]

Twaggies greatest hits: Weird tweets get illustrated

Odd tweets get a new life. (Credit: Twaggies) It used to be Twitter was all about text. We now have Vines and Instagrams to go with it, but letters and numbers are still the primary form of tweeting communication. Twaggies give tweets a visual lift thanks to a team of illustrators who take the funniest […]

Tennis star tweets his love for Galaxy S4 — from his iPhone

OUT! (Credit: Screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET) Occasionally we sprinkle advice around here. It’s intended to be both gracious and helpful. Today’s homily is for those who are paid by cell phone manufacturers to use their phones. The advice is this: Please, please remember to use their phones. I mention this only because of the latest […]

Google releases Glass tutorial

Google released a video today to help Google Glass users understand how to operate the highly anticipated wearable tech. The video explains how the touchpad is located on the eyeglass frames between your temple and ear. You can “wake up” Glass by tapping the touchpad. You can manually adjust the position of the homescreen image […]

Bank Cabal’s $2.6 Trillion Senate Amnesty Bill: Adds Illegal Immigrant Population Equivalent To 20 New Cities onto U.S. Taxpayer’s Welfare System!

April 30, 2013 by Volubrjotr 0 Comments Senate amnesty bill like adding Top 20 U.S. cities full of foreign workers! States To Nullify Illegal Gang Bang Of Eight: NWO Sleeper Cell Rubio Is Wrong – The Mafioso IS Selling An ‘Amnesty’ ~ Amnesty For Bernie Madoff First! U.S. Catholic Bishops Immigration: Church Not Political Sanctuary […]

Rothschild Czar Obama Manufactured False Intel On Chemical Weapons In Syria.

Allegations of chemical weapons use in Syria may be supported by the United States, France, Britain, Israel, and Qatar, but former Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich thinks they might just be Western-manufactured pretexts for war. Rothschilds Want Iran’s Banks: Rothschild Obtained Iraq’s Central Bank, Rothschild Obtained Muammar Gaddafi Gold ~ Syria & Iran Next Using U.S. Military Machine! Cost […]

Sheldan Nidle’s Update for the Spiritual Hierarchy & The Galactic Federation – April 30th

1 Oc, 18 Kank’in, 9 Eb Selamat Balik! We come again! Everywhere, your world is shifting quietly toward its divine transformation. Heaven continues to prepare for the sacred moment when a new reality is to be proclaimed, officially. Agartha is also preparing for this moment by reminding its numerous surface operatives to get ready to […]

More of Atlantis Surfacing in Greece?

Theseus and the Minotaur I visited Heraklion, Crete and Knossos many years ago and literally felt the energies of the past; entranced by the stories of labyrinths and minotaurs and in awe of the ageless classical sculptures. I almost expected Hercules to appear around the next corner, or to find a colossal Aphrodite seated in […]

Uncloaking over DC, Reclaiming Dark Ones, and Peace

Disclosure Hearings are underway in Washington, D.C. We are aware that some have had trouble with connections, but that will be ironed out. It is probably a sign of the overload in the lines produced by the great demand. It will truly be a watershed event, and the archives will live on as material for […]

Bashar on the Human – Dolphin Connection

Bashar makes learning so much fun. What an animated character he is. I always wondered why I’ve had so many dreams of swimming under water and breathing without any apparatus to help. Perhaps I was a dolphin or a whale in another life. That might also explain why I find whale sounds so soothing. Hmmmm… […]

Lowkey & Logic – Where Did We Go Wrong (music video)

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Karzai admits to being on secret US payroll

US Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Afghan President Hamid Karzai. (AFP Photo / Shah Marai) Top Afghan officials have been on the CIA’s payroll for over a decade, receiving tens of millions of US dollars in cash. Afghan President Hamid Karzai admitted to receiving the clandestine financial support, but dismissed the sum as […]


 Britain’s biggest animal welfare charity is one of the country’s most complained about charities, figures from charities regulator suggest. Source Article from

Eurozone unemployment rate hits record 12.1 percent in March

Eurozone unemployment rate hits a record 12.1 percent in March 2013. The Eurostat data agency says eurozone unemployment rate has hit a record-high 12.1 percent in March, up by 62,000 from the previous month. According to the data, some 19.2 million people in the eurozone are receiving government financial assistance. […]

Factory collapse a ‘wake-up call’ for fashion industry

Updated May 01, 2013 08:02:51 Video: Bangladesh factory disasters ask questions of Australian companies (7.30) Photo: Relatives show pictures of garment workers who are believed to be trapped under the rubble (Reuters: Andrew Biraj) The deadly collapse of a building in Bangladesh has sparked serious questions about the fashion industry’s use of sweatshops and cheap […]

Cyprus MPs approve EU bailout deal

Posted May 01, 2013 06:47:20 Photo: The government had warned that Cyrpus faced financial collapse and an exit from the eurozone if the vote did not pass. (AFP: Patrick Biaz) The Cypriot parliament has narrowly approved a controversial $13 billion bailout deal agreed with international lenders last month. At the parliament in the capital Nicosia, […]

Coal terminal developer sheds light on environmental mitigation

Posted May 01, 2013 06:43:41 The developer of the Fitzroy coal terminal in central Queensland said yesterday it has been working to reduce the potential impacts of the project. The development involves loading coal onto barges near Port Alma, south of Rockhampton, and transferring it into coal ships in deeper waters offshore. In 2011, the […]

Darwin Airport revamp to begin next month

Posted April 30, 2013 21:32:47 Photo: Up to three million passengers a year are expected to use Darwin Airport by 2016. (Darwin International Airport draft masterplan) The long-awaited $60 million expansion at Darwin Airport will double the amount of passengers and planes it can receive. Construction on three new aircraft bays will be start next […]

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