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CERN Hadron Collider Goes Online

“For those following the news of CERN’s Large Hadron Collider – meant to study dark matter, mini-black holes and possible alternate dimensions – the LHC went live last night for its first beam test. You can follow the results on the CERN “LHC First Beam” page.

A webcast of the event can be found on their webcast page, but due to large volume’s of traffic, it may take some refreshes to get the video to load.”

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Initiating the Body Wild

by Mordant Carnival

“It was a cool Montana night. The last full moon of spring was rising behind the tall pines as I walked out of the circle of firelight, behind the cabin and into the dark. One of the berserkers had set up a wordless singing as the others laid down rhythm. I had been preparing for this night for months, learning the charm, fashioning the copper knife, praying, meditating. The day had been spent working to bring on the deep trance state I would need. Now the time had finally arrived. I chanted the spell. I leapt over the log, forwards, back, then forwards again. I took my copper knife and stuck it into the wood.”

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Initiating the Body Wild

“It was a cool Montana night. The last full moon of spring was rising behind the tall pines as I walked out of the circle of firelight, behind the cabin and into the dark. One of the berserkers had set up a wordless singing as the others laid down rhythm. I had been preparing for this night for months, learning the charm, fashioning the copper knife, praying, meditating. The day had been spent working to bring on the deep trance state I would need. Now the time had finally arrived. I chanted the spell. I leapt over the log, forwards, back, then forwards again. I took my copper knife and stuck it into the wood.”

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The End is Near (American Economics)

by Padre Engo

“Imagine being sent forward in time from 1968 to 2008. Instead of gas costing 25 cents a gallon, it’s over $3.00. A decent home, instead of costing $15,000, costs $250,000 or more. Imagine your shock that the average American family owes $9,000 on their credit cards. Imagine entering a society where less than 2% of the cars on the road are owned by those that drive them, and less than 1% of the homes are owned by the people who live in them. Welcome to the debt based slave state of America in 2008.

It is all symbolic of how the globalists have America right where they want it, and are eager to finish it off. As the dollar continues losing strength, what will this mean to the world? Many will be deceived into believing that the economy is recovering; and then they will suddenly wake up to find their money worthless.… Read the rest

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Set America Free (From Oil)

“A few months ago I signed up for the newsletter at Set America Free – a coalition of individuals and non-profit organizations fighting to stabilize America’s energy. This coalition includes Senators Sam Brownback and Lincoln Chafee, former Senator Tom Daschle, former US Secretary of Energy Admiral James D. Watkins, amongst many others…”

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The Shape of Grant Morrison’s Head

“After several years of languishing in a stasis of un-updated virtual words, Grant Morrison has completely revamped his web site with the promise of monthly (and heavily worded) updates.

GrantMorrison.com recently experienced a graphical make-over, and with it, a registration form allowing readers access to Morrison’s journal of happenings. It looks like the journal only gets updated once of month, but Morrison fills his entries with several pages worth of ramblings to keep you occupied.”

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On Oil, the Republicans are Right

“Before anyone burns me in effigy, let me assure you that, in this election, I’m very much heavily leaning in Barack Obama’s direction. The truth is though, I’m tired of hearing the argument against coastal drilling, and drilling in the Artic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). At least, I’m tired of hearing people proclaim the ridiculousness of oil drilling because the oil is limited and won’t be on the commodities market for at least seven years. Even Obama’s campaign is guilty of turning up their nose at this suggestion.

I say: so what?”

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Cheating The Ferryman: Life After Death?

“Some of my more favorite things to read about involve the intermingling of science with mysticism. Fritjof Capra’s The Tao of Physics is probably tops in this category, and a quick look at the television show Lost, and its eternal conflict of “man of faith vs. man of science” gives you a clean picture of the overlap between mystical ideas and scientific paradigms.

Yesterday I was contacted by author Anthony Peake, introducing me to the ideas from his book Is There Life After Death. From Peake’s web site:

“Can there ever be a rationally satisfying and scientifically based explanation as to what happens to consciousness at the point of death?

“I believe that there can be and that this explanation in no way invalidates long held religious beliefs about life after death.

“The way in which we “Cheat The Ferryman” as I like to term my theory, lies deep within the structures of the brain itself — an area where thought itself touches upon the very building blocks of reality.”

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