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Thursday, February 26, 2009

Big Brother Watching Us, All The Time

One of my favorite Coast to Coast AM guests is Katherine Albrecht. She was on this past Wednesday.


Appearing in the latter half of the show, privacy expert Katherine Albrecht warned of GE's development of a technology called "Smart Grid." The plan calls for people to install "smart" meters and thermostats in their homes, which would allow outside parties to monitor their household activities remotely. Sometimes appliances could be turned off during peak usage hours, which could pose problems. And such detailed monitoring would encroach on people's privacy, she noted.

Albrecht also expressed concerns over the increased usage of RFID tags to track drivers in their cars. Such tags may also be added to "enhanced" driver's licenses, and this would turn the cards into remotely readable tracking devices-- making people trackable all the time. She offers a newsletter about RFID privacy issues at spychips.com.

Here are some good sites that everyone should take a look at:

Bug Sweeps

Spy Chips

Anti Chips

Interesting Threads #1

This is a new feature to this blog. I will be compiling interesting threads from various discussion forums around the net. I am aiming for Interesting Threads to be a weekly feature.

Please feel free to add links to any relevant threads that you find interesting and think other readers will find interesting.

Hidden Spy Camera & Mic Found Inside Digital TV Box [link]

Digital TV, H.A.A.R.P., GWEN Towers, Silent Sound & Mind Control Technologies Part 1-3 [link]

DTV transition>> HAARP>> Mind Control [link]

Geronimo's Ancestors To Skull And Bones: Give Us Back Geronimo's Skull! [link]

John Titor A.K.A. Razimus Report [link] -I am posting the 2 vids below because they can't be seen from the thread. Also, check out his blog.




Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Smiley Face Killer(s) Update

Coast to Coast AM had an update on the Smiley Face Killers on February 21, 2009 with Ian Punnett.
During the first hour, reporter Kristi Piehl provided an update on her investigation into the mysterious drowning deaths of college-age men across the country. Piehl attributes the murders to a gang known as the Smiley Face Killers, so named because graffiti of smiley faces is found near locations where the bodies are dumped. She was joined by Bill Szostak, father of 2007 drowning victim, Josh Szostak.

Surveillance video taken from the tavern shows Josh "was not highly intoxicated" when he left, Szostak said. From an outside camera, Josh can be seen calmly texting a friend when he inexplicably doubles over, begins to stagger and starts peeling his clothes off. Josh stumbles down the street and disappears. Szostak believes the video evidence proves his son was slipped a date rape drug, though two autopsies were unable to confirm this suspicion. {link}

Kristi Piehl has a new website http://sfkillers.com/
There's not much on there yet, but hopefully she will keep it up-to-date.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

UFOs = sprites?

(photo by ILAN Science Team)

I was scrolling through MSNBC's science section and the first thing that caught my eye was their article on the topic of UFOs entitled "Can UFO sightings be explained by sprites?"

Researchers have detected the flashes between 35 and 80 miles (56-129 km) from the ground, far above the 7 to 10 miles (11-16 km) where usual lightning occurs. Sprites can take the form of fast-paced balls of electricity, although previous footage has suggested streaks or tendrils.

The cause or function of the flashes remains murky, but Price suggested that they could explain some of the UFO reports which have cropped up over the years. That might provide some solace for UFO enthusiasts disappointed by human-caused hoaxes in the past. {msnbc}

Solace? Oh really? Yes, this is better than a hoax but I don't think it will provide solace. Solace for me would be 10% solid evidence that UFOs (as in alien space crafts) are real. I am positive they are, but because I am not holding solid evidence in my hand, people only have my word. That's the most frustrating part. So no solace here!

What do I think about the sprite explanation? I think, sure, some sightings of UFOs very well may have been sprites! If someone showed me the photo to the left, the first thing that would pop into my mind is UFO. BUT, sprites don't abduct people, as far as I know.