re Microchip Passports

Something to keep an eye on?–which has stirred many a researcher’s and regular citizen’s mind on the problem of double-edged security…

For anyone not fed up with the over-exercised dichotomies involved:
New e-passports won’t have biometric data
, by Lia Levesque, The Canadian Press (October 26, 2010)

Re ETs


My heart is yearning for something sci-fi-ey that just refuses to happen (no ETs yet–officially):
Malaysian astrophysicist Mazlan Othman denies Sunday Times report that she is to become Earth’s first contact for ETs
, by Matthew Weaver , Guardian News Blog (September 27, 2010)

Here’s a Physics of the Impossible interview with Michio Kaku on the UN “move”:


posted by revillusi0nz | September 29, 2010

But check out also:
New Earth-like planet discovered: Gliese 581g is in the ‘Goldilocks zone’ of its solar system, where liquid water could exist, and is a strong contender to be a habitable world by Ian Sample, science correspondent, Guardian (September 29, 2010)
“The number of systems with potentially habitable planets is probably on the order of 10 or 20 percent, and when you multiply that by the hundreds of billions of stars in the Milky Way, that’s a large number. There could be tens of billions of these systems in our galaxy,” said Vogt. [astronomer at the University of California, Santa Cruz; Vogt et al. exoplanet report, 44 pgs only]


I am expecting updates on Steve Bekow’s WPcom blog The 2012 Scenario, discussing as announced “UFO/ET Disclosure, First Contact, NESARA, Accountability, Terraforming, Ascension, and the Golden Age” from the p.o.v. of a UT graduate and Vancouverite (?), who’s tried his head and hand at 3 disciplines for PhD topics, and remained paradigm-independent.


Or if you like, practise with Jody Foster to the music of Barry Bredemeier:


posted by barryb36 | April 15, 2007 (from Carl Sagan’s movie Contact)