Friday, May 22, 2015

The Single Most Important Issue Facing The Planet Today.

The depressing thing is that for forty years we could have been transporting people without using fossil fuels to push 100-year-old technology around the sky. For forty years, we have had antigravity technologies that would supersede Boeing's air buses and all of the other aircraft that are polluting our environment, using up fossil fuels, creating global warming, and contaminating and polluting the upper atmosphere and stratosphere.

- Dr. Ted Loder. 

The ET phenomenon is real:


Antigravity Reverse Engineering of UFOs.

Theodore C. Loder III.

Although not verified, in the interest of "disclosure":

Sirius documentary: Reported project financial improprieties and “Dead Man’s Trigger” fabrication by Dr. Steven Greer undercut UFO/ET and New Energy mission.

The Curse of Anorexia - Rachael's Story.

“My name is Rachael, I need your help.”

For years now, perhaps even decades, I've read and viewed things about anorexia and even famous people who've suffered from this debilitating disease. But perhaps none has moved me as much as Rachael's story.  

I don't think I'm in a position to really help, but I did come across the story of a famous singer who battled anorexia - and won. While thinking positive may not be the solution, it's a start on the long road to recovery.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

And God Said, "Let There Be Sensationalism in the Media."

Pot, meet kettle.

Whatever the time or setting, "sensationalism is unavoidable in news - because we humans are wired, probably for reasons of natural selection, to be alert to sensations, particularly those involving sex and violence," Stephens said.

Jon Stewart Blasts Sensationalism in the News Media, but is it Really So Bad?

The media lurching towards sensationalism is now more obvious than ever. The good thing is, people don't watch the sensational because they want to embrace it, but see it as a warning to curb their own extreme tendencies, especially in times when irrational thoughts take over, and may lead them to ask, "Is it worth it?"

At least that's my benign, and maybe naive theory. And judging by Western ISIS recruits, may be horribly wrong.