News 01/31/12 – Updated 1810 Hrs. Eastern

Map-makers admit Greenland gaffe


“However, experts from around the globe pointed out that the cataclysmic chart had no scientific support and was contradicted by all of the most recent satellite images.  Now the Scottish map-makers responsible for the disappearance of 115,830 square miles of polar ice have admitted publicly they were wrong.”
Forget global warming – it’s Cycle 25 we need to worry about (and if NASA scientists are right the Thames will be freezing over again)
The Global Warning On Global Warming


Global warming activists seek to purge ‘deniers’ among local weathermen

We need to purge the global warming activists from D.C. with the rest of the rats.


Apocalypse not now: debunking Mayan doomsday predictions



Police usage of armored surveillance vehicles becoming more widespread across the United States‏
Defense IQ Armored Vehicles 2012
Police get help with vets who are ticking bombs
More PSYOPS to “justify” the militarization of our police and to lay the groundwork that all veterans are “domestic terrorists”.
White House fury at ‘false’ claims Michelle Obama ‘closed off Agent Provocateur’s Madison Avenue boutique to spend $50,000 on lingerie’
The name of the boutique is rather ironic.
300 arrested at Occupy protests in Oakland
Pythons Eating Through Everglades Mammals at “Astonishing” Rate?‏

Leaked documents reveal US diplomats actually work for Monsanto‏
Documents Prove Holder Lied: He Knew Same Day of Death of Border Patrol Agent Terry


Condos For Sale In Former Nuclear Missile Silo

I saw a report where many of the 2012 doomsday proponents are buying places like this, splitting the space and cost.
Monstrous E-Bureaucracy Brewing?
Brewing?  It’s already brewed, aged and ready to serve.

United States another step closer to North American Federation‏

FDA surveillance of whistleblowers document set


Facebook Floods Timeline with Oversharing Apps


Facebook’s Timelines are about to get a lot busier, with dozens of new apps allowed to automatically post updates on what their users are doing.



  1. Apocalypse-not-now article is a fine piece of not much info you can really use. Unless you are challenging a handful of greenwashing regulations with it….

    There was a good reason to include astronomy in your education….at least, the adepts werent studying it for no good reason. It is a liberal art, after all. Did they only teach astronomy to initiates? There MUST be something to it.

    Remember when you thought you were learning something from an expert? Now all we got is-ourselves.

    Something just makes me feel like the article….well. Its just SO full of info, we dont know WTF is happening. Welcome to the muddy waters of the new age. Hope you brought your boots.

  2. Facebook stuff seems right on. I mean it’s pretty obvious what facebbok and all stuff like that is. It really boggles my mind, almost more than anything, to watch people fall right in line with this shit. It’s funny/sad to think/read about how much trouble the nazi’s used to have to go through to gather information on their future subjects.

    • I agree, it is mind boggling.
      For example:
      I read an article today in class about how the DHS monitors the internet for political dissent and anything that generally “reflects adversly” on the government. I also told the class that the information that is gathered is kept for 5 years. They were also told that fake users are created for this very purpose as well.
      After I finished reading the excerpt from the paper(really, its just a summary from the FOIA documents)…. no questions, no responses…. not a fucking peep. Actually the moment I finished reading, there was nothing but silence, literally 5 seconds later we were on a new topic, the professor couldn’t change the subject of conversation quickly enough.

      I had never seen, with my own eyes, information go down the memory hole in real-time before. I was, and still am, baffled as to how that situation occurred in the manner that it did.

      • Yeah, get used to it man. It’s why it’s called “trying to wake people up”. These people are sound asleep, all warm and comfortable in their beds, and you are essentially coming in and pulling off the covers and opening the shades. You can’t expect to be welcomed, and you can’t expect anyone to just jump right up out of bed. Most of them will turn away, pull the pillow over their head, and fall back asleep. Just take comfort in knowing you have disturbed their slumber. If they oversleep it won’t be your fault.

        • Well said. If I may add one thought it would be this :

          Continue to disturb their slumber but spend your energies on those who get up with you, and share your time with those who help you lace your boots!