Posted on 02/06/2012

Originally posted on documentaryplace.com:
Ethos is a powerful documentary hosted by Woody Harrelson, is an investigation into the flaws in our systems, and the mechanisms that work against democracy, our environment and the common good. With a stunning depth of research and breadth of analysis, this film delves deep into the inter-connected worlds of…

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Man-o-pause!

Are we  going through some type of  mass early male menopause? Are men losing interest in women? Is this down to the internet? Man-cession: number of stay-at-home dads has doubled The Disappearing Male (CNN reorted) Increasingly, researchers say yes, as young men become hooked on arousal, sacrificing their schoolwork and relationships in the pursuit of … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Promote Liberty:
The wheels of the war machine are ever turning inside the Pentagon, but the Defense Department’s latest endeavor won’t involve fighter jets and armored tanks. The DoD is putting aside billions to enhance its cyberwar capabilities. The Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, DARPA, is turning towards the private sector…

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Yet more and more military technological advancements more millions spent in development and deployment . The war machine keeps sucking economies dry and advancing it tyranny across the globe.

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Originally posted on WRC559:
from 100thMonkeyChannel:   Mike Maloney shares his thoughts on fiat currencies. This clip is from the documentary “End of the Road: How Money Became Worthless”.

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Originally posted on PacificUS:
The predator drone resembles a modified miniature passenger jet more than the aggressive looking F-15 or B-1 manned fighter jets and bombers that we are used to. But the remote-operated predator and its peers, with their surveillance equipment and payload of Hell Fire missiles, represent a new age of aggression that…

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Originally posted on OptiLaunch:
For the past five years or so I have bought a number of computers (both PC and Mac) and smartphones (Blackberries, iPhones, Androids) and have disposed of each and every single one within a couple of years after purchase. Up until a few months ago, I have always assumed that that…

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