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Dr. Steven Greer & Christopher Crescitelli : Making the Sirius Film

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Sirius€ is a feature length documentary that follows Dr. Steven Greer -€“ an Emergency Medicine doctor turned UFO/ New Energy researcher – as he struggles to disclose top secret information about classified energy & propulsion techniques. Along the way, Dr. Greer investigates new technology and sheds light on criminal suppression. He accumulates over 100 Government, Military, and Intelligence Community witnesses who testify on record about their first-hand experiences with UFOs and with the cover-up.

In the course of his research Dr. Greer is asked to look at an amazing find: a humanoid specimen, 6 inches long from the Atacama Desert. Not until 2012 was he given permission to take bone samples and DNA from the specimen. At that same time a pre-eminent geneticist, hearing of this find, offered to do DNA testing. He enlisted an MD from the same university,- world renowned for his work with skeletal anomalies, to view the x-rays and CT scans. Their expertise along with Dr. Greer’€™s expansive knowledge of the subject bring more questions than answers. Where did this ‘€œAtacama Humanoid’€ come from? Are there others like it? What does it say about the origin of the human species?

While on this odyssey, the audience gains a whole new perspective on technology, human evolution, and clandestine organizations who have manipulated and controlled the public for centuries.

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart How I Meteored Your Motherland

Jaded Russians prove unimpressed by a 10-ton meteor exploding over the country with the force of an atomic bomb.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Horse D'oeuvre
Great Britain learns it can no longer trust the product purity and regulatory oversight of Transylvanian slaughterhouses.

(latest scandal seems to be dog and rat meat inside food chain)

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - Merge Overkill - Greeb Is Good 
John Hodgman merges with the English language and examines the modern economic strategy that rewards corporate irresponsibility.

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Alison Brie
 "Community"'s Alison Brie talks John Oliver, her cover band, and the forthcoming season of "Mad Men."
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - Back in Black - Action Stars & Gun Control
Lewis Black wonders why we are asking random celebrities about gun control when we should be asking more qualified people -- our action heroes.


Exclusive - Neil Barofsky Extended Interview Pt. 2 In this exclusive, unedited interview, "Bailout" author Neil Barofsky explains why the banks will never face true justice.

Ancient Aliens - Strange Abductions

Is it possible that extraterrestrial beings have been abducting humans for thousands of years and if so, might there be an alien agenda behind the phenomena?

Private Mars Voyage in 2018

  WASHINGTON — A new nonprofit led by the world's first space tourist is mounting an ambitious plan to launch the first manned mission to Mars in 2018, a voyage that could include an adventurous married crew.

 Rare Mars opportunity
The mission is designed to capitalize on a launch opportunity that opens in January 2018.
"There are rare opportunities to actually go out to Mars and come back in a relatively short time, about 1.4 years, or 500 or so days," Tito said. 

"If one misses those opportunities, then typical flight times would be two to three years."
Though he admits the plan faces numerous challenges, Tito says it's doable.
"I've seen others come out with fantasy missions that in no way will actually occur," he said. "I didn't want to fall into that."

Before forming the Inspiration Mars Foundation, Tito gathered a group of scientists and engineers to study the potential mission. He hired Paragon Space Development Corporation, which has expertise in life support systems, and space medicine expert Jonathan Clark of Baylor College of Medicine, to look into what would be needed to keep two crewmembers alive and functional in a small capsule for more than 500 days. [Photos: Private Manned Mars Mission in 2018]

The team used the private Dragon space capsule, built by commercial firm Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX), as a model, and found that the mission is feasible. There are caveats, however: For one, SpaceX has not yet launched people on the Dragon, only cargo.

Find out about Dennis Tito's daring proposal to send a married couple on a 501-day space flight around the planet Mars and back, in this SPACE.com Infographic.
Source SPACE.com: All about our solar system, outer space and exploration
Dennis Tito's 2018 Human Mars Flyby Mission Explained (Infographic)Credit: Karl Tate, SPACE.com Infographics ArtistThe Inspiration Mars mission is Space tourist Dennis Tito's daring proposal to send a man and a woman on a 501-day space flight around the planet Mars and back  
full article here.


Hoax or April Fools' Day? Alien abduction insurance

Alien abduction insurance is an insurance policy issued against alien abduction.
The insurance policy is redeemed if the insured person is abducted by aliens. Simon Burgess, former Managing Director of British Insurance, well known for being involved in the bizarre end of insurance, said "Of course, the burden of proof lies with the claimant. Let’s face it – insurance is so tedious that if I can enlighten my dreary life with a bit of humour every now and again, I will."[1]
A policy normally costs around $150 per $1.5 million in coverage as of 1998.[2] Policy offerings vary from $10,000 to $10 million.[3] Some companies offer policies for alien pregnancy, alien examinations and death caused by aliens.[4] More recently the Alien Abduction Insurance Corporation has launched the idea of abduction insurance certificates as a unique gift for a lifetime premium and sell it at $9.95.[5]

The very first company to offer UFO abduction insurance was the St. Lawrence Agency in Altamonte Springs, Florida.[6] The company says that it has paid out at least two claims.[3] The company pays the claimant $1 per year until their death or for 1 million years, whichever comes first.[6] Over 20,000 people have purchased the insurance.[2] The insurance is normally purchased by the "feeble-minded", according to Burgess, a former Lloyd's of London underwriter.[2] Prominent policyholders have included Shirley MacLaine and a Harvard University professor who has written on aliens.[3]
The Heaven's Gate religious group had purchased alien abduction insurance before their mass suicide.[4] Their insurance company (London brokerage Goodfellow Rebecca Ingrams Pearson (GRIP) [7]) stopped offering alien abduction insurance after the suicide - having sold the policy to about four thousand people (mostly in England and the United States).[8] At a cost of roughly $155 a year the GRIP policy would pay about $160,000 to someone who could show that they had been abducted by a being who was not from Earth. The payment would double if the insured person was impregnated during the event. Men were also able to purchase the impregnation insurance for protection against the unknown capabilities of alien technology.[9]

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RedIceRadio : Chris Augustin - UFO Sightings, Alien Abductions & Mysterious Implants

Chris Augustin from Aliensthetruth.com has been a paranormal, UFO, alien investigator for over 15 years. By day he is a programmer, developing software and websites. By night, he is recording and analyzing UFO sighting reports, abduction experiences, hauntings and anything else that qualifies as strange/unknown/weird. He will discuss his own UFO sightings, potential abductions and the mysterious implant in his leg. Chris shares his theory about aliens and abductions. We briefly talk about the Archons, reptilians and alien/human hybrids. Later, Augustin tells his experience at Area 51 and talks about government documents related to UFOs.

Terence McKenna - Human Beings

Happy Birthday Bradley Nowell! Rest in Paradise


Born on Feb 22nd, 1968, no one had any idea what kind of talent had just been brought into the world’s future. Today, Bradley Nowell would have been 45 years young and we continue to celebrate his life & music.
Nowell’s love for music and artistic genius are easily found in Sublime’s music. Brad sang about real life. Through the ups and downs he often described a Southern California lifestyle that many could relate to and envision no matter where in the world they were listening from.
Half of Nowell’s ashes were spread out during a memorial in Surfside, California and the other half is buried in Westminster Memorial Park Mortuary. Every year on May 25th, Sublime fans gather at Brad’s memorial site to celebrate his life and his legacy. They show up with flowers, memorabilia, bongs, and 40-ounce bottles to help decorate his headstone.
Brad’s widow, Troy Holmes, did an interview with OC Weekly a couple years ago where she explained the reason behind having Brad in both the ocean and under ground, “I did that for the fans. I wanted there to be a spot for people to go to remember Brad.”
In the same interview with OC Weekly, Sublime drummer Bud Gaugh, reminisces on his past times with Brad. He remembers “how much fun he was to be with, on or off-stage. Brad was the type who liked to enjoy life all the time.”
Through his music, Brad will continue to live forever and no one will ever come close to replacing him and what he accomplished in his brief lifetime. One can’t help but imagine all the great music that he would’ve written if he were still here with us and how happy he would’ve been to see how big the reggae community has become.
“Brad bridged the gap between many genres of music and loved every step on his path.“Jack Maness (Long Beach Dub Allstars)

The Pier would like to pay homage to the man who played an unforgettable role in changing our lives with his music & boosting the reggae-rock community in Southern California and all over the world.
Happy 45th Birthday Bradley James Nowell!
“Just let the Lovin’ take ahold, cuz it will if you let it.”
February 22nd, 1968- May 25th, 1996
Rest In Paradise.

via thepier.org


woz bit surfin and exploring around to upgrade my rig with one of these: gtx660 vs gtx660 OC vs gtx660ti vs gtx670 in a couple of months. 
(an oc can beat a 660ti by couple of fps,a 670 good for big ass resolutions aka 2560x1600 & fps >60 )

Joe Rogan & NASA Physicist: We're Living in the Matrix

What he said



Albert Hofmann quotes


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