Monday 24 June 2013


Hello renewable, recyclable you.
Some of you may remember a popular American TV series named the Bionic man, it's star was Lee Majors and later on the Bionic women with Lindsay Wagner I believe.
Well they do say some science fiction can eventually with tweaking and innovation and good old left brain mechanisations become a reality in this form finite reality.
Oil Pulling.
I do this with Sunflower oil  you can use sesame oil or the above.  Traditionally you spit it out and then swill around the mouth with warm water to clean the mouth, then use a good salt swish solution, rock salt, sea salt, Himalayan salt, I use cider organic apple cyder vinegar, after the water rinse, some say to clean teeth. Tests have shown huge amounts of bacteria in the swished out first lot after the 15-20 minute swill. Do just a few minutes to start with.  Research on the net.
Bitcoin. A new attempt to change finances.
Former U.S. President George W. Bush
recently dedicated his Presidential Library
in Dallas. The ceremony included speeches
by President Obama, ex-President Bush,
and every other living ex-president.
But none of the speeches so much as
mentioned to Iraq war -- the undertaking  n
that dominated George W. Bush's presidency, 
and will define his historic legacy. 
This omission might be due, at least in part, 
to the fact that Mr. Bush is now a convicted 
war criminal who dares not travel abroad out 
of fear of being arrested.
Interesting to see if this tribunal is legal. This is dynamite. The Bilderberg's had to cancel a meeting in Switzerland. A Swiss politician tried to get into the meeting and was refused he then went to the government and they upheld it and said it had to be an open meeting.  This is dynamite.
  • Emerging evidence suggests running shoes may alter your gait, causing you to strike the ground heel-first, increasing your collision force with the ground and increasing the risk of injury
  • Barefoot running encourages you to strike the ground with the cushioned fore-foot, which is a more natural gait
  • Humans have been running barefoot, or close to it, since the beginning of time; running shoes were only invented in the 1970s
  • Going barefoot also allows you to “ground” with the Earth and absorb negative electrons from the Earth through the soles of your feet; this grounding effect is one of the most potent antioxidants we know of and may have an anti-inflammatory effect on your body
Al Gore on Chemtrails.  Good spiel Oh Boy.  What a load of cobblers. 

The Met Office is to hold an emergency meeting of experts to discuss the increasingly unusual weather in the UK, it has been reported.
It follows the coldest spring in more than 50 years, as well as droughts and floods in 2012 and the freezing winter of 2010.
Climate scientists and meteorologists will travel to the forecaster's headquarters in Exeter on Tuesday for the unprecedented meeting, the Guardian said.
Attendees are expected to debate whether the changing weather pattern in the UK, and in northern Europe, is because of climate change or simply variable weather.
A Met Office spokesman told the Guardian: "We have seen a run of unusual seasons in the UK and northern Europe, such as the cold winter of 2010, last year's wet weather and the cold spring this year.
"This may be nothing more than a run of natural variability, but there may be other factors impacting our weather ... there is emerging research which suggests there is a link between declining Arctic sea ice and European climate - but exactly how this process might work and how important it may be among a host of other factors remains unclear."
Experts will identify what further research is needed and discuss whether climate models need to be revised to take into account any recent changes to weather patterns
It comes after the National Farmers Union reported that wheat harvests are likely to be around 30% lower than last year as a result of the extreme weather.
Earlier this month the Met Office said below average temperatures throughout March, April and May made it the fifth coldest spring in national records dating back to 1910 and the coldest spring since 1962.
March was "exceptionally" cold, averaging 2.2 °C.
With all the research done on natural cycles, I did at least 25 blogs in energygrid on them. A very small synopsis:- Ice drilling's at Arctic, fossils found in deep impacted mud in Fjords, Earth's core slowing, Earth's magnetic field decline, population charts, archaeological evidence, the list is endless.  Yet these mainstream boffin's refuse to look outside the box. Remember the farce with the Suffolk University:  Scroll down to very end. OR 
Same as above link, save your scrolling
Dr Paul La Violette.
Is this true or is another ruse to smear him?   I have seen Yogi's do this and I would suggest you really be extremely careful.  Follow the instructions TO THE LETTER.  If you try to be clever you will or could lose your eyesight.
June 19, 2013:  On July 19, 2013, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft will photograph Saturn and its entire ring system during a total eclipse of the sun.  Cassini has done this twice before during its previous 9 years in orbit, but this time will be different.
"This time, the images to be collected will capture, in natural color, a glimpse of our own planet next to Saturn and its rings on a day that will be the first time Earthlings know in advance their picture will be taken from a billion miles away," says Carolyn Porco, Cassini imaging team lead at the Space Science Institute in Boulder, Colorado. ( Read more from this fascinating article. It will give one a perspective how small we are and yet so amazing, we must preserve our precious jewel, our home, our planet).

Hi Big Bro. Hi Little Bro.

Published on 19 Jun 2013
6/19/13 - TWA Flight 800 Cover-up EXPOSED | FBi Covered Up That MISSILE Shot Down TWA 800 TWA 800 Shot Down By a Military Missile Documentary aims to 'break silence' on crash of TWA Flight 800 - Producer: "One or more ordnance explosions outside the aircraft caused the crash" - The documentary, "TWA Flight 800," will premiere July 17
It makes its debut on the anniversary of the crash
All 230 people aboard died when the plane exploded and crashed into the Atlantic Ocean
one of the most mysterious, tragic and controversial air crashes in U.S. history — the explosion of TWA Flight 800 off the coast of Long Island, which killed 230 passengers and crew.
Once again whistle blowers are coming forward.  By more stringent control or punishment on 'blowers' more will become defiant. Those who are afraid to do so will have to live with shame and guilt and adding their names to the list of 'those who commit crimes against humanity'.  I know the cowardly security forces threaten your lively hood, your family and it sucks and it is hard. Yet living with shame and guilt and saying afterwards, I really should have spoken up, merely bottles up this emotion, can drive one to distraction and addiction, and acts as a poison, eats away at your guts and can make one sick and ill.
This an in depth look at what happened at the incident TWA FLIGHT 800, the extent of the cover up is amazing, well worth having a cup of tea and listening to this. 58 mins.

  • While the American agricultural system is the envy of many less affluent nations, it is a food system that promotes subsidized cheap food largely devoid of nutrients and chockfull of unhealthy ingredients that has caused obesity rates to skyrocket
  • There is no relationship between agricultural subsidies and nutrition. The government’s nutritional guidelines are in large part mirrored by these same agricultural subsidies, rather than being built upon sound nutritional science
  • 92 cents of each food dollar now goes to someone other than the farmer—it’s actually spent on the various manufacturing and packaging processes associated with processed foods
  • My food pyramid for optimal health is almost the inverse of the original USDA food pyramid, featuring healthful fats and vegetables on the bottom, followed by high quality proteins, fruits, and lastly, grains and sugars, which are ideally eliminated
Clare Daly, a representative of
Dublin North district from in the
Irish Parliament lets it all hang out
here, on June 19, 2013.
This is not to be missed!
Video (almost 6 mins): 
Obama Called "War Criminal" & "Hypocrite of the Century" 
in Irish Parliament  (Link Above------Brilliant and brave).Courtesy Forbidden Knowledge.
7 mins of sheer science and hypocrisy of officialdom.
I guess many seeing this and the thousands of scientists will shake their heads and smirk and say 'conspiracy nut' and so on, howevr, there equally a number of experts, building contractors, demolition engineers, scientists, and many more that when they awoke and realised the sheer scale of all this began to investigate, and there are thousands of testimonies as to the science by very accredited people. Not to just be a 'fly in the ointment' or to bring a government or nation down, but simply to get to the truth.
Because if it is proved it was a controlled demolition, this has had to been thought out and planned many months before the event and also who were the true terrorists. The  perpetrators would then be criminals and brought to justice. Should it be a home job, so to speak,then we can see the ruse to wage war against every country in the Middle East and Asia.  After all the terrorists are not American who did this--------are they? 
Why you so and so, your a nut, a conspiracy theorist crank.  You,you ----!!!
  • Sitting for extended periods of time is an independent risk factor for poor health and premature death. Even if you are very fit, if you uninterruptedly sit for a great percentage of the time, you’re still at an increased risk of dying prematurely
  • Research by the NASA scientist responsible for monitoring the astronauts, shows your body declines rapidly when sitting for long periods
  • Simply standing up over 30 times a day is a powerful antidote to long periods of sitting and is more effective than walking
  • There are virtually unlimited opportunities for movement throughout the day, from doing housework or gardening, to cooking and even just standing up every 10 minutes
  • It’s not how many hours of sitting that's bad for you; it’s how often you interrupt that sitting that is GOOD for you

When is the best time to see auroras? Where is the best place to go? And how do you photograph them? These questions and more are answered in a new book, Northern Lights - a Guide, by Pal Brekke & Fredrik Broms.
Northern Lights - a Guide
SOLAR WIND CONTINUES BLOWING: For the second day in a row, a fast stream of solar wind is blowing around Earth. NOAA forecasters estimate a 30% chance of polar geomagnetic storms on June 23rd in response to the buffeting
Last weekend on June 23 2013 we had Full moon. It is sometimes named a super moon.  The moon is said to be in perigee. The moons orbit is egg shaped and at certain times in its orbit it arrives nearest to the Earth and is visually larger, when it is furthest away it is named apogee. 
The Orbital or elliptic of Earth in relation to the Sun are terms such as perihelion and aphelion.

Remember all that hype and stuff about 26,000, 2012, Mayan prophesy.  Well I blogged about it extensively in energygrid, and we can see the turmoil these prophesies and speculations have brought about. It certainly has brought about drastic change to say the least.
The whistleblower Edward Snowden, who leaked details about US snooping, has left Hong Kong for Russia.
His departure was revealed on the website of the Hong Kong newspaper the South China Morning Post, which said that Russia was not thought to be his intended final destination.
His departure has now been confirmed by the Hong Kong government.
It was thought that the eventual destination could end up being Iceland or Ecuador, but Russia's Interfax news agency says he may be heading to Cuba.
Interfax are saying that there is a flight ticket in his name from Moscow to Cuba.
He is understood to have left Hong Kong on the Russian airline Aeroflot flight SU213 to Moscow.
The paper said it left Hong Kong around 11am local time (4am UK time) and was due to arrive in Moscow around 5.15pm local time (1pm UK time). It is believed to be currently in the air.
The twitter feed of the Wikileaks whistleblowers' website said Snowden is currently over Russian airspace and is being accompanied by its legal advisers.
Snowden left Hong Kong after The White House asked the autonomous Chinese territory to extradite him, after he was charged in the US with espionage.
The website of the South China Morning Post said: "US whistleblower Edward Snowden has left Hong Kong on an Aeroflot flight to Moscow, credible sources have confirmed to the South China Morning Post.
"Moscow will not be his final destination."
An Icelandic newspaper reported four days ago that Snowden had asked Iceland for political asylum.
Whistleblowing website WikiLeaks, which has published previous revelations about activities by America's security services, said on Sunday it had helped Snowden secure political asylum in a "democratic country".
"WikiLeaks has assisted Mr Snowden's political asylum in a democratic country, travel papers and safe exit from Hong Kong," it said on Twitter.
The Hong Kong government has said that although the US had sought his extradition, the request did not fully comply with requirements.
A statement issued by the Government said: "Mr Edward Snowden left Hong Kong today (June 23) on his own accord for a third country through a lawful and normal channel.
"The US Government earlier on made a request to the HKSAR Government for the issue of a provisional warrant of arrest against Mr Snowden.
"Since the documents provided by the US Government did not fully comply with the legal requirements under Hong Kong law, the HKSAR Government has requested the US Government to provide additional information so that the Department of Justice could consider whether the US Government's request can meet the relevant legal conditions.
"As the HKSAR Government has yet to have sufficient information to process the request for provisional warrant of arrest, there is no legal basis to restrict Mr Snowden from leaving Hong Kong.
"The HKSAR Government has already informed the US Government of Mr Snowden's departure.
"Meanwhile, the HKSAR Government has formally written to the US Government requesting clarification on earlier reports about the hacking of computer systems in Hong Kong by US government agencies.
"The HKSAR Government will continue to follow up on the matter so as to protect the legal rights of the people of Hong Kong."
Snowden was revealed earlier this month to have been the man who leaked to the Guardian and Washington Post newspapers information about monitoring by America's National Security Agency.
Snowden told the Guardian the National Security Agency has been keeping details of millions of phone calls by Americans and monitoring the use by foreigners of internet sites including Google, Facebook and Yahoo.
The Russian President's office said it has not been given any information about Mr Snowden's imminent arrival.

The departure of whistleblower Edward Snowden from Hong Kong to Moscow is threatening to strain the diplomatic relations between the US and Russia and China.
The former US spy agency contractor is seeking asylum in Ecuador after leaving the Chinese territory on Sunday morning, scuppering Washington's efforts to extradite him on espionage charges.
The US said it was disappointed by Hong Kong's "troubling" failure to arrest the ex-CIA analyst, who was hiding there after apparently leaking information about monitoring by the National Security Agency to The Guardian and The Washington Post.
And there is growing anger in America over Russia's decision to allow him access to the country.
US Senator Charles Schumer said Russian President Vladimir Putin probably knew of and approved Mr Snowden's flight to Russia, and predicted "serious consequences" for a US-Russian relationship already strained over Syria and human rights issues.
Mr Schumer told CNN: "Putin always seems almost eager to stick a finger in the eye of the United States - whether it is Syria, Iran and now of course with Snowden."
He said he also saw "the hand of Beijing" in Hong Kong's decision to let Mr Snowden leave.
China said on Sunday it was "gravely concerned" by Mr Snowden's claim that US spies had hacked Chinese IT targets, particularly as the Obama administration has painted the US as a victim of Chinese government computer hacking.
The debacle is a major embarrassment for President Barack Obama, who has been trying to reset ties with Russia and build a partnership with China.
The US State Department said Mr Snowden should not be allowed to travel any further as an international manhunt for him is launched.
But Russia's Itar-Tass news agency said a ticket has been bought in his name for a flight from Moscow to Havana in Cuba, and Mr Snowden would then fly on from there.
The US has revoked Mr Snowden's passport, and says the "chase is on" to catch him.
Senate intelligence committee chairwoman Dianne Feinstein said: "I want to get him caught and brought back for trial. I think the chase is on and we'll see what happens."
Ecuador, which has been sheltering Julian Assange, the founder of the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, at its London embassy for the past year, once again took centre stage in the international diplomatic saga.
Ecuadorean foreign minister Ricardo Patino said the country was "analysing" his request for asylum, which "has to do with freedom of expression and with the security of citizens around the world".
Venezuela, Cuba and Ecuador are all members of the ALBA bloc, an alliance of leftist governments in Latin America that pride themselves on their "anti-imperialist" credentials.
Spanish judge Baltasar Garzon, the legal director of WikiLeaks, who is assisting Mr Snowden and is a lawyer for Mr Assange, said: "The WikiLeaks legal team and I are interested in preserving Mr Snowden’s rights and protecting him as a person.
"What is being done to Mr Snowden and to Mr Julian Assange - for making or facilitating disclosures in the public interest - is an assault against the people."
WikiLeaks said he was being accompanied by Sarah Harrison, whom it described as a UK citizen, journalist and legal researcher.
Mr Snowden claimed the NSA has been keeping details of millions of phone calls by Americans and monitoring the use by foreigners of internet sites including Google, Facebook and Yahoo.
He left Hong Kong after the White House asked the autonomous Chinese territory to extradite him. He had earlier been charged in the US with espionage.
The Hong Kong government said although the US had sought his extradition, the request did not fully comply with requirements and he was therefore free to leave.
A US Department of Justice spokesperson said: "The US is disappointed and disagrees with the determination by Hong Kong authorities not to honour the US request for the arrest of the fugitive.
"The request for the fugitive's arrest for purposes of his extradition complied with all of the requirements of the US-Hong Kong Surrender Agreement.
"At no point, in all of our discussions through Friday, did the authorities in Hong Kong raise any issues regarding the sufficiency of the US's provisional arrest request.
"In light of this, we find their decision to be particularly troubling."

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