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26 January, 2008

Mini Ice Age and planetary evacuation?

I watched The Age of Warming on Sunday, 20 January 2008, 7:00 PM EST, CBS (in place of 60 Minutes) about mini-ice ages being brought about by warming trends and what occurs sociologically as a result.
(Yes, it was very much like the film, The Day After Tomorrow, and even mentioned the film.)

Throughout history massive wars have resulted during these mini-ice ages

The revolutionary wars of the 18th century were greatly influenced by this cold trend that affected Europe so greatly. The long famine in France helped to bring about the French revolution and the pressure on England to import more and more food caused her to begin to force the American colonies to pay for their own administration and protection, which, in turn, caused the American Revolution. Throughout history massive wars have resulted during these mini-ice ages.
This was all very interesting, but it got downright frightening when the programme went into what would happen in the future when the same thing occurs again - and it will. Of course the Earth could sustain a lot more people now than it could then due to modern farming techniques; however, it could not sustain the population at anywhere near the level it is now. According to this programme, even with all our best efforts, the planet could sustain only about 2 billion people. The programme put forth the opinion of some scientists that such a mini-ice age could occur as early as when the population is expected to reach 8 billion - and that's not too far off!
6 billion people would have to "leave the planet"

The funny thing was, however, that although the viewer would probably assume the other 6 billion people would die due to war and famine, the narrator didn't really come out and say that. He said several times, instead, that 6 billion people would have to "leave the planet". I found that to be an interesting choice of words, especially considering they were well chosen and no doubt written words and not merely those words of someone speaking "off the cuff".

Maybe the aliens are going to move us...and CBS is helping to get us thinking along those lines.

What's the frequency, Dan?

24 January, 2008

Aspartame: Has it made you fat and lame?

The Kingdom of Hawaii may soon be banning Aspartame. (Yes, Hawaii is rightly an independent kingdom that was illegally annexed by the United States - but that's an issue for another day.)

Bills have been introduced in both the Hawaiian Senate and House to ban Aspartame because it is toxic. It is interesting to note the National Soft Drink Association in 1985 was originally opposed to Aspartame and submitted testimony outlining its detriments.* There is no doubt about the toxicity of Aspartame, and the only reason it ever came to market after the FDA refused to permit this poison in our food supply, was thanks to President Al Z. Heimer (AKA Ronald "Good Riddance" Reagan) and his henchman, Donald "Satan on Earth" Rumsfeld). Reagan actually had the balls to issue an executive order taking away the FDA's power to ban the poison - an order now classified and no longer available for public review. The Reagan administration actually demanded an FDA commissioner opposed to aspartame resign.

The Hawaiian bill is modelled after the one that failed in New Mexico a couple of years ago. Hopefully it will get passed.

Aspartame is a neurotoxin that causes Parkinson-like symptoms, interferes with insulin production thereby causing Type II Diabetes, and creates a craving for carbohydrates thereby causing obesity. Imagine that! A substance marketed as a "diet" supplement, actually causes what it's supposed to prevent. Well, if you ask me, that's exactly what it was meant to cause. The people who make this stuff desire to make people unhealthy so they will die early, and this is done in the pursuit of population control.

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What do you think?
* In the Congressional Record, Senate, S - 5511, May 7, l985, and part of the protest of the National Soft Drink Assn, now American Beverage, is this Statement:
"Aspartame has been demonstrated to inhibit the carbohydrate-induced synthesis of the neurotransmitter serotonin (Wurtman affidavit). Serotonin blunts the sensation of craving carbohydrates and this is part of the body's feedback system that helps limit consumption of carbohydrate to appropriate levels. Its inhibition by aspartame could lead to the anomalous result of a diet product causing increased consumption of carbohydrates."

09 January, 2008

Hacking a Diebold Voting Machine

Mark Elliott, Assistant Editor of Paranoia: The Conspiracy & Paranormal Reader, sent along this graphic to me today. Is this real? Is it really that easy to hack a Diebold voting machine? If so, I'm glad we don't use these touch screen machines here in Rhode Island. My home state is corrupt enough as it is!

Anyone have any comments about the possibility of election tampering using these machines?

Are we just too paranoid? We'd like to hear from you.

07 January, 2008

Here goes nothing!

Well, I decided to do it. After years of using the Internet before there was an "Internet" I've decided to start a blog. (I used to access the Usenet through Compuserve back in 1988.)

I know I'm going to inundated with a bunch of crap from a lot of people I really don't want to hear from; however, I also know there's even more people out there who have very interesting things to say, and from them, I do want to hear.

As many may already know, I am involved with Paranoia: The Conspiracy & Paranormal Reader, which is in it's 16th year. I sell the advertising for the magazine and perform graphics and layout work. It's fun to do. ...but the question begged is "Am I paranoid?"

The ancient Greeks considered paranoia to be thoughts that came from beyond the mind, meaning not based in a rational process. However, they did not consider people who were "paranoid" to be insane, as do present day psychology and psychiatry. These thoughts were considered just as valid by them as other thoughts. In the film Conspiracy Theory, Mel Gibson's character believes someone or something is out to get him and as a result is labeled a mentally ill person suffering from paranoid delusions. As it turns out, someone really was out to get him and he was not crazy after all.

Is someone out to get you? Let's hear about it!