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Michelle Walling: The Future of Community Living May 28, 2015

In the late ’60s and early ’70s, hippie communes and campgrounds were a place of peace and love. Government camping regulations now disallow this kind of living on public lands. 2,293 more words

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Recently, America watched Stephen Spielberg’s TV pilot, a remake of Verne’ s “Journey to the Center of the Earth.” A maverick team of scientists aboard their melt-proof ship enter the inner Earth through a bubbling volcano. 639 more words

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Spacecraft built from graphene could run on nothing but sunlight

GRAPHENE to the stars. The material with amazing properties has just had another added to the list. It seems these sheets of carbon one atom thick can turn light into action, maybe forming the basis of a fuel-free spacecraft. 576 more words

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Is This Chinese Boy With Blue Eyes And Cat-Like Vision An Alien Hybrid, A Starchild, Or Something Else?

Medics are stunned by the Chinese boy with blue eyes and cat-like vision.

Nong Youhui was born with bright, blue eyes and it concerned his father, Nong Shihua, who took Nong to a hospital in Dahua to have his son’s eyes checked by physicians. 189 more words

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Benjamin Fulford - May 25, 2015: The battle for the planet earth continues with regime changes, nuclear threats, imminent financial collapse etc.

Sometimes news seems to repeat itself. Sometimes news seems to repeat itself. If this sounds repetitive it is repetitive. That is because many recent news events can be summarized in a few repeating patterns: Greece threatens to default, the Ukraine threatens to default, the US runs out of money again, there is another fake mass shooting event in the US (this time Waco), China and Japan say slightly different things about each other’s history then military pilots fly to obscure islands and wave the finger at each other, Shias, Sunnis, Jews and Western mercenaries pretending to be Muslim extremists do bad things or are victims of bad things, North Korea shoots off a missile, etc. 1,430 more words

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Your Birth Certificate Was Made Into a Bond…it’s Worth Billions!

When the UNITED STATES declared bankruptcy, pledged all Americans as collateral against the national debt, and confiscated all gold, eliminating the means by which you could pay, it also assumed legal responsibility for providing a new way for you to pay, and it did that by providing what is known as the Exemption, an exemption from having to pay for anything. 155 more words

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