Category: science

The Concrete Dome

 

 The Concrete Dome     Thousands of cubic metres of radioactive waste lies buried under a concrete dome on the Enewetak Atoll in the Marshall Islands, the legacy of over a decade of US nuclear tests in the Pacific. Now rising sea levels …

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Ancient Egyptian Civilizations

 

       Analyzing the evidence for a significantly older construction phase at Giza and the restoration and recarving of the Sphinx during the Old Kingdom era, it is asserted that the Sphinx was first built by an advanced pre-Pharaonic civilization that existed …

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Champions of Illusion

 

   Champions of Illusion (Stephen Macknik)     Champions of Illusion: The Science Behind Mind-Boggling Images and Mystifying Brain Puzzles” – presented by co-author Stephen Macknik. Susana Martinez-Conde and Stephen Macknik have studied the neuroscience of sensory and cognitive illusions in their laboratories …

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Don’t Believe Your Lying Eyes

 

 Don’t Believe Your Lying Eyes   We all know that the “Deep Fakes” application that’s going viral on the internet is only a crude toy compared to the technologies the government-sponsored, defence department-linked researchers have been playing with. Here’s an example from the …

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Transhumanism

 

 Trans-humanism   What is transhumanism? Tom Horn is a good authority to find out! Today we have the technology to go beyond any limitation … nanotechnology, biotechnology, neuroscience, informatics … all of these knowledge fields will soon converge. Using Darwinian principles to “improve” …

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Harvard’s Darkest Secret

 

 Harvard’s Darkest Secret   UnSpun 104 – “Holly Seeliger: “Harvard’s Darkest Secret: The Salem Witch Trials and Mass Hysteria” UnSpun #104: Special guest Holly Seeliger joins me as we expose one of history’s greatest coverups: The Salem Witch Trials, in “Harvard’s Darkest Secret: …

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why we should believe in science

 

 why we should believe in science Many of the world’s biggest problems require asking questions of scientists — but why should we believe what they say? Historian of science Naomi Oreskes thinks deeply about our relationship to belief and draws out three problems …

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Remembering the End of the World

 

 Remembering the End of the World 1996     Produced in 1996, Remembering the End of the World was the first documentary covering David Talbott’s labors to reconstruct celestial events in ancient times. The Ben Ged Low film traces Talbott’s work back to its …

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