U.S. Satellite Explodes Above Earth

Air Force Space Command confirms: A “catastrophic event” came after “a sudden spike in temperature” was detected By Matthew Sparkes That’s the headline circulating today in Space news. Apparently an unexplained spike in temperature caused the aging military satellite to explode, sending burning chunks into our atmosphere. The satellite known as DMSP-F13 was part of the military’s secret weather satellite program which had been in orbit since the mid 1990s. A US military satellite exploded after detecting an unexplained “sudden spike in temperature”, sending dozens of chunks of debris tumbling into different orbits around Earth. Civilian company CelesTrak was first to notice the explosion of the once-secret weather satellite and the US Air Force subsequently confirmed that it had been lost. The satellite was an ageing component of the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program which the US military began developing the in the 1960s to help plan reconnaissance and surveillance missions. […] Read More

2015: Increased booms and activity at army bases across US and Germany

Do you know what they are preparing? Do you know what’s going on? Loud booms and lots of noise at Fort Hood, TX Fort Hood currently has several units training on the ranges with tanks and artillery as part of battle focused training. While we have training occurring at all times, sometimes the conditions are just right with low cloud cover, temperature, prevailing winds moving toward homes off the installation that make the explosions sounds much louder. The current training is scheduled through Feb. 28. Camp Pendleton is having Army training the whole week. Camp Roberst too! US jets sonic booms in Germany But the US are also flying abroad. This graphic shows the actual increase of noise complaints linked to army exercises and sonic booms over Germany only for the month of February. There is an (alarming?) jump over the last two days… What it means? I don’t […] Read More

America, nation of torturers: Stop saying “this isn’t who we are” — here’s the real truth

It’s comforting for those whose actions are not aligned with their stated values to believe that what one does in real life is not what ultimately defines who one really is. It’s nice to think who we are is determined not by the things we did the day before, but by the stated ideals we hope to aspire to fulfill, starting tomorrow. In a nation-state founded by settler-colonial Protestants, the argument is familiar – it’s what’s deep down inside that gets one up into heaven, not the good or genocidal nature of what one does down here on Earth – and as with any half-decent lie, it’s relatable: as fallible human beings, we’d all rather like to believe that we’re not as bad as we are but as good as we say we would like to be. While founded on the ethnic cleansing of the continent’s original inhabitants and […] Read More

Jesus Was Tortured And Killed, Today Most Christians Are Highly Supportive Of Torture

Let’s get this straight, Jesus who was interrogated, tortured and then killed has modern followers who actually support government sanctioned torture. If they are Christians and are familiar with his history then they would know what happened and reject such savage methods. Today so-called terrorists are picked up on the street and hurt severely without even being put before a judge and jury. These people are the antithesis of Jesus and have nothing in common with him. Their pathetic excuse is that we are in a time of war. There is no war because Congress has not said so, but far beyond that every human being on earth has a natural moral compass inside themselves and unless you are a complete psychopath it tells you what is right and wrong. Torture is wrong, and so I wonder to myself how they claim to follow the teachings of Jesus easily ignore […] Read More

2014: The American Public Supports Torture … Because They Don’t Know THIS

New polls show that – even after the Senate torture report showed that torture is unnecessary and doesn’t work – Americans still think torture is necessary and works. Why? Because they still don’t know the truth … because the mainstream media has hidden it from them. Specifically, Americans still believe that torture works to produce helpful intelligence that helps keep us safe. Americans wouldn’t support torture if they knew the following facts, proven beyond any doubt: All of the top interrogation experts say that torture does NOT produce actionable intelligence … even in a “ticking time bomb” scenario Torture doesn’t reduce terrorism. In fact, the opposite is true:  it simply creates new terrorists and terrorist groups, including ISIS Most of those tortured were completely innocent of any crime. Children were tortured, too The specific type of torture used by the U.S. is famous for producing FALSE evidence People have […] Read More

2014: Pentagon Gets Called on Blaming Putin for Moving Russia Closer to NATO

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2013: Meet the MADSS: Northrop Grumman’s machine gun robot

The MADSS is one mean robot. Developed by defense industry leader Northrop Grumman and currently being showcased at the Fort Benning, Ga. “Robotics Rodeo,” the MADSS is a 1 1/2-ton unmanned ground vehicle designed to provide soldiers with covering fire while cutting down targets. Make no mistake, it’s an automatic shooting machine, But it requires people to operate it and set targets. The MADSS — Mobile Armed Dismount Support System — tracks and fires on targets only once it gets the green light. It won’t shoot unless a soldier is directing it. It’s half killer robot, half killer giant remote-control car. While its top speed hasn’t been stated, Northrop Grumman has said that it can follow troops on foot at about five miles an hour over rough terrain that conventional combat vehicles would find impassable. The MADSS is somewhat modular and can be fit with a wide array of weaponry from M240s and M249s to Mk […] Read More

2013: Four-legged, DARPA-funded, running war robot unveiled (VIDEO)

Screenshot from youtube video by BostonDynamics Developers at Boston Dynamics, an engineering company specializing in robotics, have released video of an untethered robot capable of standing and mobilizing on its own. WildCat is a four-legged outdoor runner capable of rising, turning, and reaching running speeds up to 16 mph on flat ground. WildCat is a close cousin to Boston Dynamics’ Cheetah, another quadrupedal robot that was unveiled a year ago, running at speeds over 28 mph on a treadmill – quicker than world’s fastest man Usain Bolt’s top speed of 27.78 mph. However, unlike WildCat, Cheetah was connected to a power source. The runner carries a large – and very loud – motor to operate its four limbs, though the weight hampers its speed and agility. Boston Dynamics has not detailed what is next for WildCat, but it is known to have been developed for military use, as the […] Read More

2013: Pentagon spent $5.5bn only hours before govt shutdown

Reuters / Jo Yong-Hak As clocks at the Pentagon approached midnight late Monday evening and inched America towards a government shutdown, the United States Department of Defense spent $5.5 billion dollars on an arsenal of items ordered at the last minute by Uncle Sam. Foreign Policy reported on Tuesday that the Defense Department awarded 94 contracts totaling over $5.5 billion a day earlier, ensuring the mightiest military on Earth would stay significantly well-stocked throughout an indefinite shutdown that has sent hundreds of thousands of federal workers home without pay and polarized lawmakers in Washington. Comparatively, Foreign Policy’s John Reed noted that on September 3 — the first workday of the month — the Pentagon published news of only 14 contracts: practically one-seventh of what was signed off on as Monday’s midnight deadline seemed increasingly more likely to come and go without a compromise. The shutdown, now in its third […] Read More