You can see DARPA’s solicitation for yourself on the FedBizOpps.gov website. The agency is seeking “game-changing technologies” that will “provide a decisive information advantage for the US and its allies,” opening the door to “powerful ways to gain insight into the world.” But who will monitor the monitors?
Month – July 2014
According to her autopsy report, Lakisha Wilson died of apparent blood loss that caused her to eventually suffer a heart attack and respiratory arrest, resulting in ensuing brain damage. Emergency 911 records revealed that she was not breathing for at least 27 minutes, and very likely had not been breathing for much longer.
Meriam Ibrahim’s story has ended well after a lot of ups and downs. A few months ago Sudanese officials pronounced a death sentence against Ibrahim in connection with her Christian faith. It turned out they agreed to postpone the sentence until two years after she gave birth in prison. Later Ibrahim was released, but still couldn’t leave the country. Recently upset Muslim relatives tried to reinstitute the death sentence. Thursday she left the country, courtesy of a helpful Italian politician.
You could call it the find of the century. Mark Armitage discovered a large triceratops horn at Hell Creek formation in Montana. When Armitage examined it under a microscope, the high-powered device revealed soft tissue, indicating the dinosaur had died no more than thousands of years ago. According to a court document, a California State University official responded, “We are not going to tolerate your religion in this department.” It sounds like the official was blinded to the evidence by his own faith in evolution, which postulates that dinosaurs died out 60 million years ago.
Joe and Brenda Golimieski’s Dairty does business through a co-op, to avoid accusations of selling raw milk and free range eggs to customers. But the Michigan Department of Agriculture treated the legal distinction as though it did not exist. The agency destroyed nearly $5 thousand worth of milk, eggs, butter and cream belonging to co-op members. It’s kind of ironic since the natural products are generally much healthier than their Big Agra counterparts.
It’s the kind of breaking news a talk show host would be eager to feature on his program. Two anonymous border control agents told Dave Hodges of “The Common Sense Show” on KHNC in Colorado, that the United Nations is “calling the shots” on America’s border operations, deciding which immigrants to ship to various parts of the US. The UN is assuming by default that large numbers of illegals are refugees, without deciding on a case by case basis.Some of these immigrants are M-13 gangsters, clearly identifiable by a trademark tattoo, but our agents are being told to treat them like anyone else.
Dr. Shigeru Mita put his money where his mouth is and moved his practice from Tokyo to Western Japan. We all know about the leak at the Fukushima nuclear plant, but the physician says the radiation situation in Tokyo is getting worse, not better. That’s because of the urban practice of concentrating solid waste in small areas such as municipal dumps and sewage plants.
California officials have ordered an emergency shut-down of 11 oil and gas waste injection sites. And they plan to review more than 100 others in the state’s drought-wracked Central Valley. Authorities are afraid companies may have been pumping fracking fluids and other toxic waste into drinking water aquifers there.
Is it possible that the story we are being told about the most recent downing of a Malaysian airliner could be manipulated? The politically correct version sides with a report from the BBC citing a YouTube video seeming to show a Russian general and separatists discussing the accidental downing of a civilian airliner. But reports indicate expert examination of the code associated with the video shows it was made a day before the plane went down.
Birmingham City Council in the UK has learned that children were taught that all Christians are liars and that attempts were made to introduce Sharia law in classrooms. According to Sir Albert Bore, who spoke on behalf of the council, “We have previously shied away from tackling this problem out of a misguided fear of being accused of racism.”