Archive for July, 2013

MP wants to outlaw Russian dash cam videos

The trace of a flying object in the sky over Chelyabinsk / still from a dashboard camera Posting videos from a vehicle’s dashboard camera online violates the Russian constitution and should be banned, the head of the Lower House mass media committee has said. Aleksei Mitrofanov spoke at a Tuesday […]

Down The Rabbit Hole w/ Popeye (07-23-2013) The NDAA, CIA Openly Funding Geoengineering, DU In Iraq & More

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Down The Rabbit Hole w/ Popeye (07-12-2013) Adam Kokesh’s Arrest, Questions About The Death of Michael Hastings & More

Leave a Comment (FEDERALJACK)   On this edition of DTRH Popeye is joined for two hours by friend, radio show host, and filmmaker Steve Stars. The first thing they get into is a prime example of how the main stream media talking heads are nothing more than repeaters who just read a teleprompter without any thought […]

Down The Rabbit Hole w/ Popeye (07-25-2013) Debbie Lewis Peddling Influence & Control of the Media

Leave a Comment (FEDERALJACK)   On this edition of DTRH Popeye welcomes to the broadcast radio show host and film producer Debbie Lewis. They discuss the newest film released by her, and her husband (filmmaker William Lewis) titled PEDDLING INFLUENCE. The movie brings to light the way the media is controlled, who has the influence to […]

Khan al-Assal Massacre to Cover-up Chemical Weapons Use by Jabhat al-Nusrah

Khan al-Assal Massacre to Cover-up Chemical Weapons Use by Jabhat al-Nusrah A new massacre in the Khan al-Assal district of Aleppo has claimed the lives of 123 while many are still reported missing. by Christof Lehmann   (nsnbc),- Both Russia and Syria have condemned the massacre in Khan al-Assal, committed by the Jabhat al-Nusrah affiliated […]

West war crimes in Syria exposed

 West war crimes in Syria exposed Horror inflicted on the Syrian people by Western –backed militants. This is Al-Khaalidiyya district of HomsImage courtesy Syrian Perspective by Finian Cunningham      There was a time during the 30-month covert dirty war on Syria when the Western governments and mainstream media would make a clamor over […]

Mohammed Assaf: champion of the people or the powerful?

Mohammed Assaf: champion of the people or the powerful? Watching reality talent shows is one of those guilty pleasures in which many of us engage, but which few of us admit. I confess that I was so moved by Britain’s Got Talent when Susan Boyle made Simon Cowell’s jaw drop with incredulity. At the […]

Fantasy Premier League – Who you should look out for in 2013/14

Maarten Steklenberg | Fulham Position: GK Price: 5.0 Ashley Cole | ChelseaPosition: DEF Price: 6.5 Fernando Amorebieta | FulhamPosition: DEF Price: 4.5 Pablo Zabaleta | Manchester CityPosition: DEF Price: 6.0 Michu | Swansea CityPosition: MID Price: 9.0 Michu was incredible for Swansea last season Paulinho | Tottenham HotspurPosition: MID Price: 7.0 Mikel Arteta | Arsenal […]

Chipotle to Become the First GMO-Free Restaurant?

Earlier this year, Chipotle entered the debate about genetically modified food (GMO) by becoming the first company in the U.S. to post labels on its Web site showing which of its menu items contained GMO ingredients. Now, the chain taking steps to remove all GMO ingredients from its menu. For starters, Chipotle has begun to […]

It is the personalities of the jurors, not the facts, which hinder justice. Discuss

The personalities of the jurors and their feelings towards the defendant can get in the way of the truth. The jury is a number of people, coming together from a range of backgrounds each bringing their own life experiences and values, determining the outcome of a matter in the court. As the judge says in […]

Sediment trapped behind dams makes them ‘hot spots’ for greenhouse gas emissions

With the “green” reputation of large hydroelectric dams already in question, scientists are reporting that millions of smaller dams on rivers around the world make an important contribution to the greenhouse gases linked to global climate change. Their study, showing that more methane than previously believed bubbles out of the water behind small dams, appears […]

A step towards energy-efficient voltage control of magnetic devices

( —Researchers from the NIST Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology and the University of California, Berkeley have discovered a way to create simultaneous images of both the magnetic and the electric domain structures in ferromagnetic/ferroelectric multilayer materials. In a ferroelectric material, the polarization, or direction, of the internal electric field can be controlled by […]

Towards a global quantum network: Photoelectron trapping in double quantum dots

( —While the journey from today’s fledgling quantum computers to a global quantum information network may seem daunting, researchers are continually, and at an accelerating pace, making progress towards that goal. One key element essential to that progress is the transfer of quantum information between single photons and solid-state quanta – and the properties of […]

A beautiful pest: Invasive marine worm spotted in Sydney

Marine scientists at the Australian Museum have sounded the alarm over an invasive underwater worm discovered in Sydney’s Botany Bay—the farthest north the pest has ever been spotted in NSW. The European Fanworm (Sabella spallanzanii), a sea-dwelling relative of the earthworm, is native to the Mediterranean Sea and the European Atlantic but has already invaded […]

Progress in using ethanol to make key raw material now produced from oil

Ethanol from corn and other plants could become the sustainable, raw material for a huge variety of products, from plastic packaging to detergents to synthetic rubber, that are currently petroleum-based. This was the conclusion of an article published in the ACS journal Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. Yingzhe Yu and colleagues point out that a […]

JB Hi-Fi offering AU$1500 discount on Hisense 4K TV

TCL announced this morning that it would be selling its 55-inch Ultra HD TV for AU$4999, making it the lowest RRP for 4K in Australia. (Screenshot via Nic Healey/CNET) However, as was pointed out to CNET Australia via reader comments, JB Hi-Fi is selling the Hisense Ultra HD TV for just AU$4998 — and […]

Plug delivers private ‘cloud’ storage at cut-rate prices

(Credit: The CGC Team) A new file storage device aims to combine all of your devices and hard drives into a single private cloud solution. You might think that your need to access your files anywhere and everywhere has been taken care of, but a new device begs to differ. Called […]

Aussie Dyson entrant gives helmets a 21st Century overhaul

James Dyson Awards entries close August 1, but one of this year’s Australian entries is already gaining interest from police motorcycle departments around the world. The Forcite Helmet.(Credit: Alfred Boyadgis) Design and engineering students have just one day left to get entries into this year’s James Dyson Awards. The awards aim to support innovative […]

Novella distracts George RR Martin from writing next book

(Credit: HBO) George RR Martin is doing what he does best: taking a break from writing A Song of Ice and Fire to write something else, in spite of pressure from HBO to keep the momentum going. George RR Martin’s publisher Tor has released a special treat for the author’s fans: […]

Vodafone Australia launches $5 per day global roaming

In a move that uses its global advantage for the first time, Vodafone Australia has announced $5 per day global roaming to New Zealand, the United States and the United Kingdom. Vodafone CEO Bill Morrow announces the new roaming deal.(Credit: Josh Taylor/ZDNet) The fear of thousands of dollars in global roaming bill shock will […]

Bradley Manning found not guilty of aiding the enemy

Arturo GarciaRawstory Army Private First Class Bradley Manning was found not guilty on Tuesday morning on charges of knowingly aiding enemies of the U.S. by transferring 750,000 pages of military files to WikiLeaks, the Associated Press reported. Manning was tried on 20 other criminal counts, and offered to plead guilty to most of them, but […]

Illinois Moves to Confiscate Firearms

Cook County follows in California’s footsteps Adan Salazar Infowars Police in Cook County, Illinois are demonstrating that, contrary to gun control proponents’ reassurances, a gun registry does eventually and inevitably lead to confiscation. Last week, the Chicago Sun-Times reported that the Cook County Sheriff’s office has formed a special task force assigned to seek out […]

Yet ANOTHER IRS Scandal: Top Bureaucrats Spend $9.5 Million For Vacations In Only 2 Years

Well, yet another IRS scandal has now surfaced. It has now been revealed that top IRS officials have spent over $9.5 MILLION on vacations — in just two years. Not only that, but some officials spent more days traveling than they spent working. As the Daily Mail reports: The report, from Treasury Inspector General for […]

Blasphemy or zealotry: Reza Aslan vs Fox News

Updated July 31, 2013 16:18:49 Photo: Should a writer’s background dictate which topics they are allowed to tackle? (Katey Nicosia: Flickr) Should a Muslim write a book about Christianity? Bethanie Blanchard discusses the case of Reza Aslan vs Fox News. Can a person write a book about a school of thought they don’t, themselves, adhere […]

Samoan choreographer resident artist to Pacific Dance New Zealand

Updated July 31, 2013 12:29:09 A Samoan choreographer has been appointed as resident artist to Pacific Dance New Zealand. Tupe Lualua is a 10 year veteran of dance and is an arts lecturer at Whitireia polytechnic in New Zealand. She has told Radio Australia’s Pacific Beat the purpose of her residency is to instill a […]

Aircraft workers sacked at Melbourne Airport, tough economic conditions to blame

Updated July 31, 2013 20:07:42 Forty aircraft engineers in Melbourne are looking for new jobs, after being sacked. John Holland Aviation has blamed tough economic conditions and the high Australian dollar for the retrenchments at Melbourne Airport. Qantas said last year that more than 400 maintenance positions would be lost from Victoria. Steve Purvinas of […]

200 NBN rollout jobs to go in Tasmania

Updated July 31, 2013 22:22:17 Video: 200 Tasmanian NBN jobs on the line (7pm TV News TAS) Photo: The NBN rollout in Tasmania has been plagued by problems with asbestos. (Rodolfo Clix, file photo: It is expected up to 200 workers helping roll out the National Broadband Network in Tasmania will be out of […]

Share market nears two-month high but Australian dollar drops to three-year low

Posted July 31, 2013 17:54:59 The dollar has dropped to a three-year low on bets the Reserve Bank will cut the official interest rate next week. But the share market edged up to a near two-month high, although it was well down on the day’s strong early gains. The All Ordinaries Index added nine points […]

Chris Bowen promises five-year freeze to superannuation policy if Labor re-elected

Updated July 31, 2013 17:37:39 Photo: The superannuation industry says the policy freeze will benefit consumers. (AAP: Alan Porritt) The Federal Government has promised it will make no major changes to superannuation for five years if it is re-elected. Treasurer Chris Bowen announced the freeze today, saying he hoped it would promote confidence and stability […]

BHP Billiton cancels sale of Gregory Crinum coal mine in Queensland

Posted July 31, 2013 16:49:00 Photo: BHP Billiton says retaining the underground mine is the best option for shareholders. (Reuters: Tim Wimborne) BHP Billiton has cancelled the sale of its Gregory Crinum joint venture near Emerald in central Queensland after it could not find a buyer. The company closed the loss-making Gregory open-cut mine at […]

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