Saturday, April 29, 2017

Study: Describing Breastfeeding as ‘Natural’ Is Unethical Because It Reinforces Gender Roles

It’s “ethically inappropriate” for government and medical organizations to describe breastfeeding as “natural” because the term enforces rigid notions about gender roles, claims a new study in Pediatrics.

“Coupling nature with motherhood… can inadvertently support biologically deterministic arguments about the roles of men and women in the family (for example, that women should be the primary caretaker,” the study says.

The study notes that in recent years, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the World Health Organization, and several state departments of health have all promoted breastfeeding over bottle-feeding, using the term “natural.”

“Referencing the ‘natural’ in breastfeeding promotion… may inadvertently endorse a set of values about family life and gender roles, which would be ethically inappropriate,” the study says.

Continued @

"DON'T CALL Breastfeeding Natural??" Tucker Tries To Reason With Crazy Feminist

Via: John Adams

Thursday, April 27, 2017

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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Bill Nye The Fake Science Guy Uses Earth Day To Promote His New Netflix Series: “Bill Nye Saves The World”

Bill Nye A Pop Performer Kind of Guy Who Claims "Science is Political."

"Bill Nye has never been afraid to speak his mind. His new Netflix series, “Bill Nye Saves the World,” sees the popular scientist and performer tackle a wide range of hot-button issues, from climate change to alternative medicines.

“Science is political,” Nye told Variety. “It has always been political. Just don’t go thinking that politics is the same as partisan. What we have are laws and regulations informed and shaped by laws and facts we discover in nature. But what’s happened the last few years is people have gotten it in their heads that if you just believe something hard enough it’s as good as scientific facts or theories. In science, of course, a theory is something that allows you to make predictions.”

Continued @

Sunday, April 23, 2017

NASA Fake Everything ...


The sledge-hammer-to-the-brain approach to fakery vids.-C

Gordon Rattray Taylor: “The Biological Time Bomb” — the remaking of society via eugenics, family planning, and education

Gordon Rattray Taylor’s 1968 book, The Biological Time Bomb, was referenced in the Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court ruling as providing insight on future developments in America. Taylor’s book was released at a time when the term ‘eugenics’ had not yet fallen out of favor. Though he does not explicitly endorse many of the things he details, he implies throughout that they are at least worthy of discussion and conversation. Indeed, he hopes very much that we do.

What seems to be a veiled reference to using contraception to limit the number of black people is found in the opening paragraphs of chapter 2, titled, “Is Sex Necessary?”

The case of contraception is important as a paradigm of what other biological advances may bring. The dual implications — at the personal and the political levels both — look like being a portent of what we shall experience elsewhere.

Contraceptive devices have begun to change the patterns of social behaviour in the west, making pre-marital sexual experience commoner as well as altering the size of families (notably in Catholic areas) and the spacing of children as well as the stage in the mother’s life at which they appear. In addition to the effect on the individual, contraception has created political and demographic problems. By making it possible to control the population explosion, it has created a responsibility to decide on levels, to obtain agreement on an international scale and to find means of inducing people — who may be miserably poor or uneducated, or bound by age-old customs — to adopt the methods which biology has evolved. (pgs 22-23)

Implications of separating sex and marriage…

At the present time, most civilized countries impose on the father of an illegitimate child some obligation to support it. This would seem to be based on two assumptions: first, that the man alone could have avoided conception occurring, and second, that it is the task of the man alone to earn the money on which a household depends. Both assumptions are obsolete. Except perhaps in the case of rape, the conception of an unwanted child is as much the fault of the mother as of the father; and with the advent of ‘morning-after’ contraceptives, there is no longer any justification for illegitimate or unwanted births.

Apart from this, it seems reasonable to expect a further separation between marriage and sexuality. Rightly or wrongly, premarital sexual experience is already common. At least the decision to marry need no longer be based on shotgun procedures, or on conscience or fear of public opinion.

But, with a growing population problem, the state may come to regard the production of unwanted children as a social crime as it ceases to be a moral one. Reliable contraception brings into realistic prospect the possibility of licensing procreation. (page 45)


… But the ‘pill’ of today is a mere forerunner of the more sophisticated methods of birth-control which are now under development, which will make the regulation of fertility easier and surer and more precise. And at the same time, it is also becoming possible to increase fertility as we as to reduce or abolish it. Thus we are moving out of the phase of crude ‘birth-control’ into a new era for which the term ‘fertility-control’ seems more appropriate. (page 46)

From the conclusion of chapter 2:

[personal issues related to fertility] are of minor significance with the gigantic social problem which birth-control has conjured up: that of deciding at what level we want the world’s population, and that of each country, stabilized. This is generally depicted as a unique problem: the outcome of two chance developments, the power to cut death rates and the power to limit birth rates. Actually it is, as we shall see in later chapters, a paradigm of various similar social problems which biological advance is on the way to creating. People’s reaction to the population problem is an indication of how they may react to these future problems. Many of them try to deny that there is any problem at all.

[… The U.S. National Academy of Sciences produced a study proving that ‘such growth cannot continue indefinitely.’ Against this, the Rand Corporation said that new methods of making food would be created, until the world reached 8 billion people at the end of the century, and then ‘famine and disease or war or all three’ would check our populations. “population grows geometrically, whereas agriculture can only be increased arithmetically.” …]

The mathematician Professor Fred Hoyle has pointed out that Malthus was wrong in assuming that starvation would hold the population at the subsistence level, at which everyone had just enough food to remain alive. The evidence is that population levels decline abruptly, until a new rise starts. He has calculated that such a crash is due in A.D. 2250 when, he thinks, world population will have reached 25,000 m. (from the current 3,000 m.). It will fall to about 2,000 m., and the process will repeat itself every 300 years.

That is, if man fails to take the matter in hand — since, for the first time, he has the knowledge which can prevent or control such increases. Hoyle’s dead-pan figures tells us that 23,000 m. people will die in each cycle. Those who oppose the planning of conception may have such deaths upon their conscience. (pg 54-55)


The change which we are seeing is the birth of population control as a normal function of government. To decide what is an optimum population level for human happiness and fulfilment is a task which the social sciences have not yet faced up to. The political ambitions of some nations and some religious groups are expressed in the form of a desire to have the largest possible population, or at least a larger one than anyone else. … The day may be approaching when dictators will find their will-to-power best served by having the smallest possible population, provided it is a skilled, intelligent elite.

From chapter 6, “The Genetic Engineers”

The desirability of improving the human stock has long been recognized, and the fear that it could deteriorate in the absence of such a policy is equally ancient. Thus Plato proposed an eugenic programme, putting into the mouth of Socrates the words: ‘In the same way, if we want to prevent the human race from degenerating, we shall take care to encourage union between the better specimens of both sexes, and to limit that of the worse.’ In the ideal city proposed by Campanella at the beginning of the seventeenth century there was even a Ministry of Love. Hitler actually attempted to put a limited eugenic programme into practice, establishing Ordensburgen where selected young SS men of ‘Aryan’ appearance were to live and encouraging ‘Aryan’ maidens to undertake to bear children by them in the interests of the Fatherland.

Man has long had the power to attempt to improve the stock by the methods of the plant and animal breeder, but it has proved difficult to persuade people to mate for eugenic reasons. [New technology, such as contraception and artificial insemination, “could simplify matters.”] Thus it becomes possible to introduce an eugenic policy without interfering in people’s choice of mate or a marital partner. (page 158-159)

The new eugenics (page 173)

Some scientists feel strongly that we should employ these techniques without delay. As the late Herman J. Muller, of Indiana University, one of the earliest workers in the field of genetics, has emphatically said:

The means exist right now of achieving a much greater, speedier and more significant genetic improvement of the population, by the use of selection, than could be effected by the most sophisticated methods of treatment of the genetic material that might be available in the twenty-first century.

Page 174

Eugenics is sometimes regarded as divided into ‘negative eugenics’ and ‘positive eugenics.’


To discourage people carrying a known defect from transmitting it is clearly desirable. Moreover, if this can be done consistently, the defective gene will, at the end of one generation, vanish from the gene pool.


page 175

Today sensitive tests for most of these conditions exist, so marriage counselling is feasible. Advice of this kind is no doubt already given by some doctors in civilized countries; but there is no compulsion to take it, and some cases may not come to the doctors’ attention.

[But do we want to discourage an Einstein or a Bach just because they have a defect?… etc]

In asking this question, we have really moved into the area of positive eugenics, since to discourage the propagation of low intelligence is the same as to encourage the propagation of high intelligence.


According to the doubtless apocryphal story, when the dancer Isadora Duncan proposed to George Bernard Shaw that they should have a baby, arguing, ‘Think of a child with my body and your mind,’ he declined, saying, ‘Ah, but suppose it had my body and your mind!’ The animal or plant breeder can throw away his poor results, but human beings cannot so easily do so.

Until the day of gene surgery, therefore, eugenics must be a hit-and-miss-business. […] Indeed , there are some who believe that[the genetic standard] is currently deteriorating and that the people with poorer heredity are procreating more numerously than those with good heredity. Dr. William Shockley, famous as the inventor of the transistor, believes that this deterioration can be coupled with war and famine as the third great world problem. As we have no means of measuring total heredity, or comparing the value of one trait with another, such a contention is impossible to prove. But if it is true it certainly makes the case for some eugenic policy even stronger.

page 176

[Herman Muller proposes using sperm banks which couples could use, getting advice from geneticists, etc]

It seems reasonable to suppose that a number of progressive people would take advantage of such a facility … They would be motivated as much by the desire of having above-average children (and this is a strong motivation) as by public spirit.

page 177

Today the note is changing from one of advice to one of warning. Lederberg, for instance, fears that decisions may be taken hastily, on the basis of popular approval or disapproval of particular individuals who lend themselves to eugenic or other biological experiments.

However, Dr. Bronowski has pointed out that ‘multiplication of what we choose to call the fit can really have very little effect on the presence of recessives’ — that is, of those genes which only show up when both parents carry them. Long ago, J. B. S. Haldane used the same argument to show that sterilization of the unfit, which was then being advocated, would not in fact eliminate the qualities objected to.

Professor Luria, while discounting the notion that genetics promises either a millennium or enslavement, told fellow biologists two years ago: ‘What we, in anticipation of the remarkable advances that may soon be forthcoming, can do is attempt to create some machinery by which the social implications of our work can be debated rationally and openly, so that any important decision as to its application can be arrived at by an informed and well-advised public. I would not think it premature, for example, for the United Nations as well as the National Academy of Sciences of the United States to establish committees on the genetic direction of human heredity.’

So far, neither organization has shown any signs of taking the hint.

page 178

[…] Lederberg thus offers us a glimpse of a future in which man will control his own evolution in a far more radical way than was even dreamed of until genetic engineering became, anyway, a theoretical possibility. Remote as it may seem now, when even conventional eugenics is still viewed askance, it needs only successful demonstration of such techniques in animal breeding for the question of their application to man to begin to be raised in earnest.

Family plan

The proposition that we should inaugurate genetic policies right away [raises issues that some people, like Muller and his sperm bank idea, skirt over, but others like Kingsley Davis confront head on]

A state or national pedigree board would be required to decide who would be [sperm] donors. The natural desire of most people to bear their own children would lead to bootlegging of spermatozoa and possibly eggs, and, to make the programme work, non-donors — the bulk of the population — would probably have to be sterilized. But perhaps women of good hormonal constitution would be needed to serve as hosts or adoptive mothers to implanted, fertilized eggs. Whether people would learn to accept non-biological children as their own, as fully as they do their biological children, is an unanswered question.

Donors, presumably, would be free to produce biological children and this would make them an elite group. It would be a matter of status to belong and bribery, evasion, and sperm-substitution would occur. The question of whether all couples are equally fit to bring up children would also arise, since the adult (as the psychologists and anthropologists have so forcibly argued) is the product of environment as well as heredity.

page 179

Furthermore, it is difficult to see why the sterilized individuals should be held to monogamy, or even why those adjudged unsuitable to rear children should trouble to maintain any domestic life at all. The family is already being eroded by the intervention of school and state, and this might be its coup de grace.

As Dr. Robert S. Morison of Cornell puts it: ‘Once sex and reproduction are separated, society will have to struggle with … defining the nature of interpersonal relationships which have no long-term social point … [and] seek new ways to ensure reasonable care for infants and children in an emotional atmosphere which lacks biological reinforcement. …’ The language is a bit abstract, but the point is a strong one.

But the fact is, people are very much committed to the maintenance of the family, which remains an important source of emotional rewards and of security. They are unlikely to give voting approval for any plan which threatens to demolish it. As Kingsley Davis says, ‘An effective system of eugenic control would involve profound changes int he very web of relations that organizes and expresses the personal lives of moderns. It would overthrow the existing system of rewards and punishments, the present interpretations of reality, the familiar links between the person and social status.’ And he concludes, as I do, that the introduction of genetic control in the near future, though theoretically possible, is unlikely.

But that is not the whole story. We are faced, as a result of medical progress, with a population explosion the violence of which is still not generally understood. Many believe that new scientific methods of agriculture, including sea-farming and the conversion of inorganic substances like petroleum to protein, will suffice to feed the additional mouths. But even if we leave aside the social consequences of an excessive population density, and the frustrations and disturbances of body-chemistry which result, it is clear that the projected populations cannot be fed. In mid-1967 President Johnson received reports showing that world-wide famines are inevitable before food production can possibly catch up. The question, therefore, of regulating the right to reproduce is certain to arise, quite apart from eugenic considerations.

Today, the idea of licensing procreation still gives rise to merriment or ridicule. Our laws and our morals were evolved in a period when to increase the population was a prime necessity: they go back to the ‘Be fruitful and multiply’ of the Bible. Abortion is both a theological sin and in most countries a legal crime. Birth-control, where it is allowed, is allowed as a matter of private convenience, rarely as a matter of public policy. Marriage is an ‘unlimited franchise to procreate.’

page 180

Meanwhile, we have eliminated many of the forces which selected the strong from the weak, and we are coasting on the genetic selection of the past.

It is virtually certain that this total failure to face the biological realities created by our own scientific advances will cause such disaster that there will be a sudden reversal of policy. And once the right to bear children comes under regulation, the use of those powers to improve the genetic stock rather than to degrade it could follow relatively easily. […] In short, it must be concluded that, sooner or later, genetic regulation will be adopted.

This does not mean that it will be adopted in Britain, the U.S.A. or even in Western Europe or the Commonwealth. It seems more likely that some eastern country will be the first to try the experiment — it might well be China. If it is seen to bestow advantages, the countries which are slow to make social experiments may be driven to follow.

Taylor ends with warnings about retributions against scientists themselves. On page 221 he admits that biologists do not say in public what they really think, reserving their views for closed meetings or expressed in highly technical language. He fears, even, that citizens and their elected representatives will become as children, and democracy itself will not be up to the task. (page 221)

Perhaps, he contemplates, there are some things better left unknown.

On page 226 he writes, “If the biological revolution is allowed to develop unsupervised it will create social conditions causing just as much misery in the twentieth century, which later generations will have to struggle to undo –if there are any later generations, and if they have the needed resources.” He fears the creation of “biological slums.”

On page 228 he refers approvingly to “the Delphi technique developed by the Rand Corporation” ” to reduce errors and biases and to refine their forecasts.”

He closes with remarks on social engineering and a consumer society.

Via: John Adams

Friday, April 21, 2017

Alex Jones has finally made onto Google Trends but for All the wrong Reasons!


Dinosaur Hoax - Scientists caught faking fossil Archeopteryx


Clues Forum: The (non-religious) dinosaur hoax question


Hoax Busters: Conspiracy or just Theory? - Live & Recorded Episodes:

Department of Earth Sciences

Call to the Department of Earth Sciences at Montana State to speak to a Paleontologist about dinosaurs and dinosaur displays, the incredible luck of dino-bone hunters and why early Native Americans or farmers never had such amazing luck. Color coded bone charts at museums?...

Hmmm, don’t seem to recall ever seeing that, could be misremembering, maybe someone can send me pictures?(

VIDEO: The Mind-Bogglingly Baffling Luck of Dinosaur Fossil Hunters!

John Adams's Recommended Reading List.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Fallen Astronaut

Fallen Astronaut is an 8.5-centimeter (3.3 in) aluminium sculpture created by Paul Van Hoeydonck. It is a small stylized figure, meant to depict an astronaut in a spacesuit, intended to commemorate the astronauts and cosmonauts who have died in the advancement of space exploration.

It was commissioned and placed on the Moon by the crew of Apollo 15 at Hadley Rille on August 1, 1971, next to a plaque listing the fourteen men known at the time to have so died.

Continued @

Via: John Adams

Researchers Have Found That Plants Know They Are Being Eaten

Vegetarians and vegans pay heed: New research shows plants know when they're being eaten. And they don't like it.

That plants possess an intelligence is not new knowledge, but according to Modern Farmer, a new study from the University of Missouri shows plants can sense when they are being eaten and send out defense mechanisms to try to stop it from happening.

Continued @

Via: Kevin M.

Technology is Retarded: Cool Planes (Part 1)

Terrarium Firma

The Bizarre World of Exploding Houses

Explosions are scary to read about and see on TV. Especially if they are allegedly happening in suburbs all over the country. Take a look at these examples of explosions that just recently seem to be happening in rapid succession. - John

"The explosion happened at about 4:30 p.m. on Monday and quickly led to a massive blaze at a two-story home on the 6300 block of Twilight Avenue, near Colorado 119 and Weld County Road 13. An adult was airlifted from the scene and a juvenile was taken to medical care in an ambulance."

This home owner had guns and ammo and allegedly killed himself and his dog.

In 2011, a home a few blocks down on(same street)Ashley Drive was destroyed in a natural gas explosion.

Two injured in Moon explosion-10/13/13

West Virginia girl killed in natural gas explosion-10/11/13

Roof Blown off Home

A House is not a Motel

Nor is it an Army Ammo Plant

Back to Houses

NORTH GEORGIA HOME EXPLOSION: 1 dead after house explodes in White County

Georgetown Ohio 12/19/16

Georgetown Ohio 11/11/14

Interestingly Enough... Hmmm

Akron Ohio 2/8/17

Massillon Ohio 1/11/17

Mansfield Texas February appears to be an explosive time.

Two Injured During East Texas House Explosion 1/17/17

The Question is why???

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

North Korea is a Fake CIA State - Jay Dyer

Jay Dyer

Lakeside School in Seattle Receives the Wonderful News About Common Core.

Hoax Busters: Conspiracy or just Theory? - Live & Recorded Episodes:

H.B.C.: Putting Education First...

The H.B.C. Public Service and Awareness Council took upon itself to notify Lakeside School in Seattle about the wonderful new Common Core curriculum backed and generously supported by none other than the smartest man in the world, Mr. Bill Gates himself. We are indeed thrilled that we were able to bring this to their attention and look forward to their implementation of the best in education standards.Note: sarcasm.

KrazyTA Explains What Bill Gates Wants for His Own Children

John Adams's Recommended Reading List.

Fit For Thee, Not For Me: NWO Edition


Monday, April 17, 2017

In Travis County custody case, jury will search for real Alex Jones

At a recent pretrial hearing, attorney Randall Wilhite told state District Judge Orlinda Naranjo that using his client Alex Jones’ on-air Infowars persona to evaluate Alex Jones as a father would be like judging Jack Nicholson in a custody dispute based on his performance as the Joker in “Batman.”

“He’s playing a character,” Wilhite said of Jones. “He is a performance artist.”

Continued @

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Then There Was the Time Liam Gallagher Predicted 9/11

Asked by Daly why they put the New York City skyline on the cover, Liam slurs something online conspiracy theorists will tell you wasn’t simply surly British bravado.

“I thought I’d pay my respects before they blow you up,” Liam says, just before looking out the window at Times Square and adding. “I don’t think you’ve got anything happening for you.”

Continued @

Via: John Adams

Saturday, April 15, 2017

TRUMP GOES FULL NEO CON: Syria Debacle - Jay Dyer

Jay Dyer

Theodore Roszak, 1933-2011 - Cult of Information (complete) - Thinking Allowed w/ Jeffrey Mishlove


This program is being posted in its entirety to honor the memory of Theodore Roszak, who passed away on July 5, 2011.

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge?
Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?
--T.S. Elliott

Our real educational and cultural needs are in danger of becoming lost in the erroneous fascination with the information processing model of the mind. One of America's foremost social critics, Theodore Roszak, Ph.D., author of The Making of the Counter-Culture, Eco-Psychology and The Cult of Information, delivers a scathing indictment of the over-selling of computer and high-tech ideology to the American public.

Via: John Adams

Friday, April 14, 2017

Society Is Being Programmed By A Black Box

Truthstream Media

Mushroom Cloud = Nuke?

A prototype of the bomb tested in Florida in March 2003 created a mushroom cloud that could be seen 20 miles away, according to the Air Force.

7 Things You Must Know About The “Mother of All Bombs”

Via: Jim S.

What History Didn’t Tell Us about the Nazi “Super Baby” Breeding Program

An estimated 8,000 children were born in Lebensborn institutions in Germany, up to 12,000 children in Norway and countless others across occupied countries where “super babies” had been selected become part of the German master race. The most famous of the surviving Lebensborn children is Frida Lyngstad of the iconic Swedish pop band, ABBA (pictured third from left).

Continued @

Via: John Adams

Consuming Images (Bill Moyers documentary from 1990 about the public mind and the media culture)


Via: Aa Morris

9/11 Hijacker Body Found In Cockpit FOX Sept 13 2001


Via: John Adams

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Hoax Busters: Amerika

Hoax Busters: Conspiracy or just Theory? - Live & Recorded Episodes:

Call No.502

The will to power operating under a pure democratic disguise has finished off its masterpiece so well that the object's sense of freedom is actually flattered by the most thorough-going enslavement that has ever existed.-Oswald Spengler,

Donald J Trump, Syria, Ronald Reagan, War Crimes, The Absence of the Sacred Book by Jerry Mander, Planned Obsolescence, Veganism, Abortion, Television, We Not Me, Early Childrens Programming vs. Modern Childrens Programming, Evolution, E-coli Experiments, Peer Review, Joe Rogan, Lawrence Krauss, Alfred Kinsey, The Multiverse, Sleep Cycles, Star Trek, Tim Kelly, Podcasts, Media Fakery.

Intro Hold Music Snippet: Amerika by Rammstein

Outros: Ian Edwards on Veganism, Sesame Street -Moon Man,Nuclear weapons... new Documentary BBC 2016 via John Adams

Call 502 brought to you by Hoax Buddy Benefactors, William Crawford and Joshua Charteris

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Monday, April 10, 2017

The Secret Life of Plants FULL


Via: Cyril Allen

If Meat Eaters Acted Like Vegans - Ultra Spiritual Life episode 35


Debate Veganism on the Marc Stevens Show

Hoax Busters: Conspiracy or just Theory? - Live & Recorded Episodes:

Chris from OK calls in to Marc Stevens to debate the topic of the ethics of Vegans.

Marc seemed to have trouble establishing the sanctity of the central nervous system so he switched the debate to the health issue, which he based on a Canadian Inuit Study that he himself did not conduct but somehow became empirical for him by way of the miracle of science conferrence(?).

That would be where something magically becomes empirical for you because a scientist priest told you it was true.

Or, maybe we can examine another study from the same site that attributes inuit heart disease to the modern western diet...

"Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a major public health issue in indigenous populations in the Arctic. These diseases have emerged concomitantly with profound social changes over the past 60 years."

Cardiovascular Disease Susceptibility and Resistance in Circumpolar Inuit Populations

The Inuit Paradox : How can people who gorge on fat and rarely see a vegetable be healthier than we are?

Close Encounters of the Annoying Kind

Sunday, April 9, 2017

US Military Says NATO Drills Involving Russian Extras Not Mission Rehearsals

"MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Earlier in the day, the German Optronic HR company confirmed posting numerous job ads offering Russian speaking extras a daily 88-120 euros ($94-$129) for pretending to be farmers, shop owners and other improvised local residents in fictitious villages that were set up at the Hohenfels training grounds for upcoming NATO drills due to take place on April 28-May 15."

Continued @

Via: John Adams

Friday, April 7, 2017

INSANITY: Brian Williams Calls US Missiles Hitting Syria 'Beautiful'

News Updates

Could be giant Roman Candles for all we know. But seriously I am thinking that Williams' lying controversy was a Masonic hazing at this point. Everyone still loves and respects him and takes him seriously, it's a joke.
-John Adams

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

NASA's Predictive Programming...


John Adams

YouTube Restricted Mode: My Theory

Computing Forever

St. Petersburg fake terror hoax 2017 Crisis bloody actor!

Dynen Dyn

Via: John Adams

The Great Invasion - Documentary on endocrine disruptors

Georgette Stigler

Hoax Busters: Llloyd Pye Got a Moose Drunk and Killed It*

Hoax Busters: Conspiracy or just Theory? - Live & Recorded Episodes:

Call No. 500

Selected Reading: War and Anti War by Alvin and Heidi Toffler, St. Petersburg Crisis Actor,Divorce Courts, Social Engineering, Abstract Expressionism, The Accountant, Gender Bending Chemicals, BPA, Victor Rothschild, Planned Obsolescence, Pedo-Gate, Panda Bears, DUMBs, PSI, Lloyd Pye, Indiana University, Brian Cox, CERN, The G-Factor, Nathan Hale, The Multiverse, Stealth Technology, VOA, Alfred Lee Loomis;The Real Bat-Man, PBS, Reed Hastings, Oliver Stones, Evolution Theory, Sean goes to Washington, Donald Trump, Tang-Man, Performance Art, Kanye West, Kevin Spacey, Dr. Phil, Daniel Dennet, Ronald Reagan, Norma Jean, Dr. FusterCluck, Russ, Nino and Sean on the call.

Intro and Intermission Music: Shelly Manne & His Men Play Peter Gunn via John Adams Recommended Listening

Endcap Audio:
Russias Satan 2 Missle
Hollywood and War via Aa Morris
Fossils-Trevor Valle on Joe Rogan

*Correction: Tycho Brahe

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