Browsing All posts tagged under »Technology«

Dr. Katherine Albrecht Speaks on Microchips at Brave New Books

March 10, 2009 by


Every Tuesday over at Anomaly Television is “Science & Technology Tuesday” when I and my friend Floyd Anderson post the latest videos related to those topics. Well last Monday night Brave New Bookstore featured an important speaker (whose radio show I sometimes carry at Anomaly Radio). Dr. Katherine Albrecht is the leading expert in America […]

Austin Event Tonight: Energetic Effects on Consciousness

September 23, 2008 by


Energetic Effects on Consciousness: Invisible Pollution or Panacea? Presented by James B. Beal, B.S. (M.E.) Tuesday, September 23rd, 6:30 – 8:30 P.M. Austin History Center, 810 Guadalupe, Austin, TX 78701 Potential causes, symptoms, therapies, cures, precautions, and recent research associated with hazardous EMF’s will be discussed.  The wide-ranging healing stimulation effects of EMF’s have been […]

2017 is coming up soon!

February 18, 2008 by


Thought for the day via UK Liberty

February 11, 2008 by


Suppose every CCTV camera was replaced by a guard in a tower? Thought for the day « UK Liberty

Big Brother Will Keep You Safe

February 3, 2008 by


by Mack White Police Chief Acevedo wants to keep you safe. He wants it more than he has ever wanted anything. Why, he stays up late worrying about your safety. He walks the floor at night, he loses sleep, he frets, he wrings his hands, he cries bitter tears, so great is his concern. For […]

Guided By Voices

February 1, 2008 by


by SMiles Lewis “Do you ever think about … murder? About committing the ultimate crime?” – Says the Voice in Your Head, Thanks to Court TV. (WABC) It’s only a matter of time. The wrong person will find their way, like a deer trapped in headlights, into the path of a HOLOSONIC ™ advertising beam. […]

Austin police chief proposes Big Brother camera system

January 31, 2008 by


By Thom White AUSTIN January 23, 2008 – On Tuesday, recently-appointed Austin police chief Art Acevedo announced to the media a proposed police surveillance camera system that would attempt to record all public activity in the Sixth Street district in order to reduce the likelihood of crime. The cameras’ recordings would be reviewed in […]