Listen to this while blinking:
It will clear your mind better than pharma pills.
It will clear your mind better than pharma pills.
Michio Kaku: “This Has To Be An Alien Super Structure!” A top professor believes that we have definitely found evidence of an advanced alien superstructure!
June 6, 2016
Well respected Top Theoretical Physicist Michio Ksku believes that the recent announcement about a potential Alien Super structure being found next to a star “1,500 light years away” could actually be “the biggest story in the past five-hundred years!” He also believes that has to be proof of an advanced Alien civilisation.
We recently posted an article about this very same subject (please click HERE) and it now appears that many leading figures are getting behind this exciting theory, that there is a potential ‘Alien superstructure’ around star KIC 8462852″ which was first discovered in 2009.
Michio Kaku who has written many intriguing books and appeared on many TV shows with his exciting views on things, appears VERY excited about this latest discovery!
“This could be the biggest story in the past five-hundred years,” Michio Kaku explained.
Kaku said went on to say that “this star is breaking all the rules” and that “we would have to rewrite astronomy text books” to think anything different.
“Basically if a planet eclipses a Mother Star, goes in front of the Mother Star, starlight drops maybe one percent at maximum–however starlight has been dropping at twenty-two percent,” Kaku explained.
“There is a colossal, humongous, object of some sort blocking the starlight from this star.”
“We’ve ruled out all of the usual suspects; rouge planets, comets, asteroids” and the only thing left is an ‘alien superstructure’ of some type.
“We’re talking about what’s called a Type Two Civilization that could build a gigantic [Dyson Sphere] sphere possibly bigger than Jupiter to absorb starlight, to produce energy and is right out of science fiction.”
U.I.P SUMMARY – Kaku went on to state the below which makes some extremely valid points and puts our very own existence in the Universe very much into perspective:
We here on Earth are “what’s called a Type Zero Civilization” because “we get our energy from oil and coal.”
“Type one would be like Buck Rodgers” and imagine we are talking Type II.
“Next we are going to focus our radio-telescope to see if we can eavesdrop” on them, Kaku said.
We want to “see if there is any regular radio emissions from that planet.”
I recently read an interesting article about the different civilizations out there, which really does make you think about how far behind we probably are from other ‘older’ more advanced species out there in deep space (and possibly other dimensions). Please have a read of the below about the Kardashev Scale:
The Kardashev Scale
The scale was initially made in 1964 by the Russian astrophysicist, Nikolai Kardashev (who was searching for signs of extraterrestrial life within cosmic signals). It has 3 base classes, each with an energy usage level: Type I (10¹⁶W), Type II (10²⁶W), and Type III (10³⁶W). . Other astrophysicists have prolonged the scale to Type IV (10⁴⁶W) and Type V (the energy accessible to this kind of civilization would equal that of all energy accessible in not just our cosmos, but in all universes and in all time-lines). These additions reflect both energy access as well as the amount of knowledge the civilizations have access to.
Initially, it is significant to note that the human race is not even on this scale yet. Since we still sustain our energy requirements from dead plants and animals, here on Earth, we are a poor Type 0 civilization (and we have a LONG way to go before being promoted to a type I civilization). Kaku inclines to believe that, all things taken into concern, we will reach Type I in 100 – 200 years time. But what does each of these classes really stand for in literal terms?
Shepard Ambellas talks about this year’s Bilderberg Conference which starts Thursday, and offered insight from his experience documenting the group at their confab in 2012.
By the way, Shepard Ambellas is also the producer of the movie Shade, which is a must for all truthers and budding conspiracy theorists.
Bill Hicks unleashes on the elite.
Debt collectors have to be the worse bottom feeders around and should be used as fertilizer for cabbage. Scumbags, all of them.
In the “largest one-time giveaway in television history,” this late-night talk show host made a powerful statement about the debt industry.
June 6, 2016
In a scathing expose about the aggressive tactics of the debt industry, late night talk show host, John Oliver, from HBO’s This Week Tonight, bought and then forgave $15 million of medical debt during Sunday night’s episode.
As Americans irresponsibly borrow themselves into a black hole of indebtedness, the resultant debt-collecting enterprise in America has become a thriving industry. Due to the ease of entry into the industry, many of these so-called ‘debt collectors’ employ unscrupulous means of collecting owed funds.
To be clear, this is not debt that these companies lent to people and are attempting to recover. Bad debt is bought and sold like shares on the stock market.
Since more than 160 million Americans have credit cards, the average household credit card debt is $15,000. Couple that amount with mortgages, auto loans, medical bills, and student loans, and the total U.S. consumer debt reaches nearly $12 trillion.
To illustrate the ease with which people can obtain your personal and private information to purchase your bad debt, John Oliver started a collection agency in Mississippi.
“Any idiot can get into it, and I can prove that to you, because I’m an idiot and I started a debt buying company and it was disturbingly easy,” Oliver said.
Oliver paid the $50 startup fee and named the company “Central Asset Recovery Professionals,” or CARP, “after a bottom-feeding fish.” He then made himself chairman of the board.
According to Oliver, after he set up a basic website, he was immediately offered a portfolio of medical debt — $15 million worth. He would purchase this entire portfolio for less than half a cent on the dollar for just $60,000.
Along with the purchase of the debt came 9,000 personal addresses and social security numbers. Oliver referred to that fact as “absolutely terrifying, because I could legally have CARP take possession of that debt and have employees start calling people turning their lives upside down over medical debt.”
“There would be absolutely nothing wrong with that except for the fact that absolutely everything is wrong with that,” Oliver continued. “We need much clearer rules and oversight.”
Of course, there is a simple solution to debt — don’t borrow it. All too often we see people unable to pay their power bill because they’ve maxed out their credit cards on a new television. Also, the United States government is a horrible role model for its citizens, as they’ve indebted our great grandchildren’s great grandchildren by amassing the largest debt in history.
Not all people get into debt irresponsibly, however. As families find themselves on hard times in a downtrodden economy, sometimes the only way to put food on the table is with your Mastercard. Aside from credit card debt, many families, even those with health insurance, can find themselves swamped by mounting medical expenses. Oliver’s choosing to forgive medical debt was an admirable move, to say the least.
Toward the end of the show, Oliver said they decided to forgive that debt, not only because it’s the right thing to do, but also to dwarf Oprah’s record. In 2004, The Oprah Winfrey Show kicked off the 19th season in dramatic fashion by giving all 276 members of the studio audience a free car.
While Oprah’s move was clearly an advertisement for Pontiac — an unsuccessful one by the way, as the company would close only a few years later — Oliver’s was true charity.
“It seems to me the least we can do for debt I cannot f—ing believe we’re allowed to own is to give it away,” Oliver said to close his show. “F— you, Oprah. I am the new queen of daytime talk!”
June 2nd, 2016
But some aspects of his experimentations with the drug, as well as his experiences and views around other substances, have fallen under the radar. Here are the five of them:
1.He may have contributed to his best friend’s early demise by administering cocaine to “cure” him of his addiction to morphine.
One of Freud’s close friends, an accomplished young physiologist named Ernst von Fleischl-Marxow, had become addicted to morphine in response to chronic pain. Freud, newly enamored with cocaine, believed he could use it to treat addiction to morphine (and alcoholism). He wrote that after others discovered the healing properties of cocaine, “inebriate asylums can be entirely dispensed with.”
But rather than replacing morphine with cocaine, then slowly weaning off cocaine, Freud’s friend simply developed a dual addiction to morphine and cocaine. He died at age 45.
Though it didn’t work, it’s interesting to note that Freud was almost onto the concept of replacement therapy—methadone, buprenorphine or marijuana for people addicted to opioids, for example—that is such a hot topic today.
2. Freud and his fiancée, Martha Bernays, (they eventually married and had six children together), both loved cocaine, and wrote often-erotic letters to each other about it. He also sent her packets containing the substance. From his letters:
“The bit of cocaine I have just taken is making me talkative, my little woman…Here I am, making silly confessions to you, my sweet darling, and really without any reason whatever unless it is the cocaine that makes me talk so much”
“Woe to you, my Princess, when I come. I will kiss you quite red and feed you till you are plump. And if you are forward you shall see who is the stronger, a gentle little girl who doesn’t eat enough or a big wild man who has cocaine in his body.”
3. Freud was addicted to smoking cigars… If you know what I mean.
It is clear that the drug war is infinitely more dangerous to both marijuana users and non-users, than the plant could ever be.
According to reports, a new study has confirmed what millions of marijuana smokers have known all along – that the worst side effect from marijuana is getting arrested.
Well, that and periodontal disease.
According to researchers at Duke University, and senior author of the study, Terrie Moffitt, “the only measures that seem to indicate any real serious health problem was periodontal disease.”
“Anything you smoke, heats up your gums and causes inflammation and inflammation is bad for your teeth,” she said.
Notably, however, the researchers were unable to find a link between adult use of marijuana and poor lung function, systemic inflammation, body mass index, blood pressure and metabolic health. Essentially, the study has shown that people who smoked marijuana for up to 20 years, were as healthy as people who didn’t smoke marijuana at all.
The same research team found in a previous study, however, that marijuana users were at a “higher risk of cognitive decline and decent into lower social and economic strata,” but the side effects end there since there doesn’t seem to be physical health issues related to marijuana use.
While it is common knowledge that cognitive decline can occur in some chronic users, the question of lower social and economic status undoubtedly needs to be addressed. This is because such classifications may result from decades of a police state drug war that confines even the most peaceful, unoffensive marijuana users to cages and a life of second-class citizenship, particularly when it comes to employment.
Simply from observing these studies and personal observation of the world around them, it is clear that the drug war is infinitely more dangerous to both marijuana users and non-users, than the plant could ever be.
Brandon Turbeville – article archive here – is an author out of Florence, South Carolina. He is the author of six books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies,Five Sense SolutionsandDispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2, The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria, and The Difference it Makes: 36 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Should Never Be President. Turbeville has published over 600 articles dealing on a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties. Brandon Turbeville’s podcast Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST at UCYTV. He is available for radio and TV interviews. Please contact activistpost (at) gmail.com.