Archive for January, 2015

Review: “Emerging Viruses: AIDS & Ebola – Nature, Accident or Intentional?”

January 25, 2015
Review: “Emerging Viruses: AIDS & Ebola – Nature, Accident or Intentional?”

The fascinating research by Dr. Leonard Horowitz in “Emerging Viruses: Aids & Ebola – Nature, Accident or Intentional” is undoubtedly ahead of its time. First published in 1996, Horowitz peels back the layers of a viral onion, revealing deception in the biological research community as well as high government malfeasance. While AIDS is often viewed […]

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Round-up of Alternative French Gunmen Theories, With Updates

January 15, 2015
Round-up of Alternative French Gunmen Theories, With Updates

With the whirlwind of information coming in about the gunmen that killed the staff of a French newspaper and hostages in a small cafe/grocery, it has been difficult to piece together an accurate picture of what happened. With that in mind, let’s survey a sample of alternative explanations for what may have happened: Paris attack […]

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    I really appreciate when an author can boil complex ideas down to easily understandable concepts. “How Fascism Works – The Politics of Us and Them” by Professor Jason Stanley is just such a book. Stanley, a Yale professor has produced an examination of fascism that is reflected in the current state of American affairs. Fascism […]
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    People who read this blog have probably noted a change in the material I have reviewed lately. Recent subjects include: permaculture, radicalism in the 1970’s, pre-history revisionism, and yes, Bigfoot. The fact is, I am in a political burn-out mode and needed some breathing room with off-beat subject matter. Rarely do I read fiction, but […]
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    Sitting here by my window, with over ten inches of snow on the ground, is a great time to review this Permaculture book by Paul Wheaton and Shawn Klassen-Koop. I’ve been working on farms and orchards since the 1980’s, but this book is an inspiration to step up my game. Paul Wheaton is a bear […]
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