Daily Archives: September 6, 2012

TheNewAmerican – Joe Wolverton II – Pointing Out The Peaks Of The Massive Surveillance Iceberg – 6 September 2012

Every time a shutter blinks in one of the millions of cameras mounted on stoplights or building corners, the faces of those within the sight of the lens are instantly recorded and saved to a database kept somewhere for use by someone for some purpose. Continue reading

SecurityNewsDaily – Paul Wagenseil – Hackers Leak 1 Million Apple Device ID – 6 September 2012

This story was updated Wednesday, Sept. 5, at 2 p.m. ET with comment from Apple.

To cap off a summer of devastating corporate data breaches, hackers yesterday (Sept. 3) posted online what might be the crown jewel of 2012 data dumps: 1 million identification numbers for Apple iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch media players, all purportedly stolen from the laptop of an FBI agent.

There may also be an additional 11 million Apple device IDs yet to be released, many with users’ full names, addresses and telephone numbers attached. At least some of the posted device IDs appear to be genuine. Continue reading

3 Minutes News – Starwater, Earthquakes, Gamma Burst – 6 September 2012

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The Unicus Magazine Blog – Robert Stanley – Who is Hermes? – 6 September 2012

Although I am 52 years old, only now am I beginning to carefully examine the truly amazing teachings of Hermes Trismegistus (thrice great or thrice born).

He was known as Hermes in Greece, as Thoth/Thoyth in Egypt, as Taaut in Phoenicia and as the god Mercury in Rome. He was known as a messenger or scribe of the gods that often carried a magic rod with twin snakes coiled around it called a caduceus which is not the symbol of the modern medical profession. That symbol is the rod of Asclepius (a Greek healer who was a student of Hermes). Continue reading

The Guardian – Glenn Greenwald – Why Didn’t CNN’s International Arm Air Its Own Documentary On Bahrain’s Arab Spring Repression? – Former CNN Correspondent Defies Threats From Her Former Employer To Speak Out About Self-Censorship At The Network – 6 September 2012

In late March 2011, as the Arab Spring was spreading, CNN sent a four-person crew to Bahrain to produce a one-hour documentary on the use of internet technologies and social media by democracy activists in the region. Featuring on-air investigative correspondent Amber Lyon, the CNN team had a very eventful eight-day stay in that small, US-backed kingdom. Continue reading

Aliye Bekir – World’s Oldest Pyramid Found In Crimea – 6 September 2012

SIMFEROPIL/ AQMESCIT (QHA) – A Ukrainian scientist discovered the oldest pyramid in the world. Most interestingly, it was found in the most beautiful corner of the country, in Crimea.

As the ICTV channel reported, the finding was revealed by accident, when during his test alternative methods of finding water Ukrainian scientist Vitalii Goh discovered underground unknown object, which proved to be a giant pyramid of 45 meters in height and a length of about 72 meters. Goh said that the pyramid was built during the time of the dinosaurs. Continue reading

NaturalSociety – Anthony Gucciardi – Debunked: Ridiculous Study Claims Organic Same as Conventional (Video) – 6 September 2012

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