Archive for February 2nd, 2011

UFO Sightings Spawn COMETA Report, Fear Of World Crisis

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

by Dave Masko EUGENE, Ore. – Confirmed UFO sightings over Cairo and the port city of Suez in Egypt early Saturday morning comes at a time when the United Nations is reviewing the French government produced COMETA Report that states “about five percent of UFO sightings defy conventional explanation” and often occur at... »

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200GB to 25GB: Canada Gets First, Bitter Dose of Metered Internet

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

By Matthew Lasar Metered Internet usage (also called “Usage-Based Billing”) is coming to Canada, and it’s going to cost Internet users. While an advance guard of Canadians are expressing creative outrage at the prospect of having to pay inflated prices for Internet use charged by the gigabyte, the consequences probably haven’t set in... »

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Bastardi: 3 of Next 5 Winters Could be as Cold or Colder

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

ACCU Feb 2, 2011 This winter is on track to become the coldest for the nation as a whole since the 1980s or possibly even the late 1970s. According to Chief Long Range Forecaster Joe Bastardi, three or four out of the next five winters could be just as cold, if not... »

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Vulnerable US Cities Face Drought

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

by Evelyn Browning Tue, 1 Feb 2011 For the past 35 years, The Browning Newsletter has been instrumental in describing the relationship between macro weather-related trends and their impact upon commodities and market behavior. To subscribe to her monthly newsletter, CLICK HERE. Also, make sure you listen to Evelyn’s most recent interview with... »

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With Obamacare ruled unconstitutional; states embrace limits on federal power

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

by Mike Adams Wednesday, February 02, 2011 Federal Judge Roger Vinson ruled this week that the “individual mandate” portion of Obama’s health care reform was unconstitutional, dealing a significant blow to the Obama administration’s desire to force government-run health insurance on the entire U.S. population. Department of Justice spokespeople reacted with a sense... »

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Minority Report: Companies Push For Ubiquitous Iris Scanning

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Expiring technology patent insures that you will soon have your eyes scanned everywhere you go Steve Watson Wednesday, Feb 2nd, 2011 The impending expiration of a key technology patent is paving the way for a scramble amongst scores of biometrics research and development companies, all desperate to make their own brand of iris... »

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U.S., U.K. Companies Help Egyptian Regime Shut Down Telecommunications and Identify Dissidents

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011 February 01, 2011 Doing the regime’s bidding, British-based Vodafone shut down Egypt’s phone and internet service. The American company called Narus — owned by Boeing — sold Egypt the surveillance technology that helped identify dissident voices. We are joined by Tim Karr of Free Press and CUNY Professor C.W. Anderson. Karr outlines how... »

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Beware of Lurking North Africa & EU Bank Runs

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

by Gordon T. Long 02/02/2011 This is a warning to prepare for potential stealth bank runs cascading from North Africa and Ireland through to EU regional banking centers. Stealth bank runs are the unrecognized and perilous serpent lurking presently below the European financial surface. They prey on slower moving archaic bond vigilantes and... »

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Here’s The Real Cost Of Food Inflation In America

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Global Macro Monitor Feb 2, 2011 Take a look at the chart we’ve constructed from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics 2009 Consumer Expenditure Survey. It conveys a sense of how Egypt’s poverty combined with the sharp rise in food prices sparked the political revolt against the Mubarek government. The chart illustrates how... »

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Revolutionary Fervor to Spread Beyond Arab States; Europe Next

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Gerald Celente Feb 2, 2011 When the Tunisian government toppled, the mass media and their stable of experts ­ who were blindsided by these events ­ quickly stepped in to proclaim the obvious: that citizens of other Arab nations would be emboldened to challenge autocratic and corrupt governments. Now Egypt is in the... »

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