‘Indigo Skyfall’, GMO’s and Fluoride: A Synergy of Toxins?

Consider this: Researcher Ole Dammegard interviews former black op independent contractor Cody Snodgres. This episode covers a  sinister, top secret, global agenda under the name of Project Indigo Skyfall. The information comes from the highest level and several people have lost their lives while trying to expose it. It involves one of the MAJOR reasons behind CHEMTRAILS, FLOURIDE and GMOs,

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Matt Drudge

Matt Drudge quotes: "I can’t be controlled! I cannot be controlled! There are no interests here, but what I see as the world events, period! That is the truth of the situation." " I have remained completely independent from all of them. All of them! I am not influenced by any of them. I need no traffic from Google. I

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‘virtual unwrapping’: unlocks writings in the ancient En-Gedi scroll

Via : livescience.com 1,700-Year-Old Dead Sea Scroll 'Virtually Unwrapped,' Revealing Text     By Laura Geggel "The En-Gedi scroll, a text that includes part of the Book of Leviticus in the Hebrew Bible that was ravaged by fire about 1,400 years ago, is now readable, thanks to a complex digital analysis called "virtual unwrapping." Rather than physically unfurl the scroll, which

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Egads! Police Are Scanning Your Credit Cards And Taking Your Money

  Oklahoma Cops Find A New Way To Take People's Money, Even If They Don't Have Cash “You have effectively a way of instantly seizing a digital account from a traffic stop. That’s a capability I have never seen before.”- Brady Henderson, legal director for ACLU Oklahoma       Popular Science: Card Readers Allow Oklahoma Highway Patrol To Seize Suspects'

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Can Dancing Holograms Teach You How To Play Piano?

Ever wanted to learn piano? Andante, which comes out of MIT's Tangible Media Lab, is the program to help you learn keystrokes visually. Andante from Tangible Media Group on Vimeo. Andante: Walking Figures on the Piano Keyboard to Visualize Musical Motion Popular Science: Animated figures walk, dance, and lumber across the  piano keyboard    

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Acoustic Levitation: Tractor Beams And Holograms

Via: highpants.net A team of Japanese researchers have this week demonstrated the first technology that not only brings the mythology of levitation to life but leap frogs it to create a tractor beam, lifting and moving objects across 3 dimensions using sound alone. Read the full article Sound is not often thought of as being a physical force, music may

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Solar Powered Plane Flies Around The World

Via: solarimpulse.com/adventure SOLAR IMPULSE 2  -  The Airplane of Perpetual Endurance Solar Impulse is not the first solar airplane, but it is the first to fly day and night, without any fuel, only using energy stored in its batteries. It is also the first to have achieved an oceanic crossing: 5 days and nights from Nagoya, Japan, to Kalaeloa, Hawaii. Behind

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Facial Reenactment Software: Real Or Fake?

Via: disinfo.com Today, we can kiss reality goodbye. Stanford, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg and Max Planck Institute for Informatics unveiled their latest project and it is very scary. They have developed a technology that can manipulate youtube videos in real-time with a basic web camera. The implications, of this technology, are very serious.     Altering our perception of reality has gotten so easy to

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Filippo Brunelleschi: I built that

Via: nationalgeographic.com Soaring to a height of 374 feet, the dome of Santa Maria del Fiore is a wonder of ingenuity nearly six centuries after its construction. Its grandeur and artistry were meant to outshine those of any other structure in early Renaissance Italy, elevating Florence over rival cities. Though many believed it was too big and ambitious to build, architect

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