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Carl Lehrburger

Carl Lehrburger

Carl Lehrburger

Carl LehrburgerCarl Lehrburger, also known as Carell, is an environmental activist, renewable energy entrepreneur, researcher and author. He is a founder and an executive manager of PureVision Technology, Inc. and PureHemp Technology LLC. Since founding PureVision in 1992 with his brother Ed Lehrburger, PureVision has developed and is now advancing a breakthrough biorefining technology.  Bear & Co. published his first book, Secrets of Ancient America in Dcember, 2014.


I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. During the 1960s and 70s I engaged as an environmental activist in anti-nuclear, anti-war, Earth Day, energy efficiency and pro-renewable energy initiatives. Highpoints included organizing Earth Day activities in 1974 at the University of Colorado, and the successful passage of a Colorado Constitutional Amendment banning nuclear blasting for energy extraction. Also after participating in perhaps the first protest at Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant near Denver, Colorado in 1968 and organizing protests from 1969-1978, the plant was closed in 1989 with the efforts of tens of thousands of citizens.


Professionally, I have had a 50-year career in renewable energy, beginning in 1973 as a student when I was director of the Environmental Center at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. Since then I have worked in the solar energy industry (1975-1979), waste management and recycling (1980s and early 90s) and biomass utilization field (1992-present).

Along the way I became fascinated with garbage and waste utilization and am knowledgeable in their applications beyond the landfill. My research has included waste management and lifecycle analysis (LCA) studies on behalf of industry that contrast reusable and disposable products. As a master garbologist I have researched many, and some esoteric waste streams, including diapers, municipal and industrial solid waste, agricultural and forest residues.

With the end goal of creating the technology to advance a cleaner and greener world, beginning in 1992 I co-founded PureVision Technology, Inc. along with Ed Lehrburger and Richard Wingerson. Today, the three PureVision founders lead a Colorado-based enterprise scaling up and commercializing an advanced renewable technology. Along with my invesigations and writing a New History of America, and in pursuit of a renewable future, I continue to apply my expertise and experience  in the capacity of entrepreneur, corporate officer and senior manager to PureVision Technology, Inc., and a sister company Pure Hemp Technology LLC.

Website: (To purchase book)

Reports and Papers:

“An Emerging Biorefining Technology for the Pulp and Paper Industry”,  Carl Lehrburger, Richard Wingerson PhD, Ed Lehrburger, World Renewable Energy Conference VIII, Denver CO, January 2004, Conference proceedings.

“An Emerging Biorefining Platform: Lignocellulosic Biomass Processing Using Reactive Fractionation Technology”, Richard Wingerson PhD, Ed Lehrburger, Carl Lehrburger. World Renewable Energy Conference VIII, Denver CO, January 2004, Conference proceedings.

“Preliminary Feasibility Study: Recovering Cattle Manure Using the PureVision Technology”, April 2003, Report to Colorado Commission on Higher Education, grant GAA TAG 03-04

“USPS Denver Waste Characterization & Materials Management Study”, Jan. 12, 1998, completed with S. Goodman under contract to the U.S. Postal Service Western Area.

“Preliminary Feasibility Report on Producing Ethanol Fuel From U.S. Postal Service Paper Wastes: Phase I Investigative Study”, November 1, 1997, completed under contract to the U.S. Postal Service, Western Area.

“A Solid Waste and Laundering Assessment of Selected Reusable and Disposable Products”, Jocelyn Mullen and Carl Lehrburger, 1991.

“Diapers: Environmental Impacts and Lifecycle Analysis”, Carl Lehrburger, Jocelyn Mullen, C.V. Jones, January 1991 (Report to the National Association of Diaper Services).

“Diapers In the Waste Stream: A Review of Waste Management and Public Policy Issues”, Carl Lehrburger, Jan 1989.

“Out of Sight out of Mind: The Disposable Diaper Myth”, Carl Lehrburger and Rachel Snyder, Whole Earth Review, Fall 1988.

Articles by Carl Lehrburger on archaeoastronomy and ancient inscriptions.

Mr. Lehrburger has authored, Secrets of Ancients in America, along with the following articles.

Carl Lehrburger, 2005, ‘Ancient Colorado Rock Art Site Employs Light Animation to Mark Equinoxes: Astronomical Alignments Predate Anasazi Civilization’ Part One, In Ancient American, Issue 65, 10:12-17 download 1.2 MB, 6 page

Carl Lehrburger, 2006, ‘Pathfinder Petroglyphs and Possible Associations with Native American Mythology’ Part Two, In Ancient American, Issue 66, 10:15-19 download 1.8 MB, 5 pages

Carl Lehrburger, 2006, ‘The Anubis Caves: Evidence of Mithraism and Celtic Religion in the Oklahoma Panhandle’ Part One, In Ancient American, Issue 68, 11:8-12 download 1.8 MB, 4½ pages

Carl Lehrburger, 2006, ‘The Anubis Caves: Mithraic Religion in the Oklahoma Panhandle’ Part Two, In Ancient American, Issue 69, 11:26-30 download 1.7 MB.

Carl Lehrburger and Kean Scott Monahan, 2006, ‘Evidence of Old World Travelers in Colorado: The Sun Temple and Crack Cave’ in Ancient American, Issue 70, 11:2-17 download 11.5 MB, 7 pages, NEW

Carl Lehrburger April 2010 “Ancient Micro Art Discovery, California Heliolithic Petroglyph Animation Revealed on Equinox –Old World Origin Proposed” in Ancient American, Issue 87, 14:20-23.

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Show Info 5-13-2015 – News, Guest Rebeka Roth

Show Info 5-13-2015 – News, Guest Rebeka Roth

Show Info 5-13-2015 – News, Guest Rebeka Roth

May 13

News and Guests


Second Hour Guest

Rebekah RothIn the second hour, JD is joined by author and researcher Rebekah Roth for a discussion about her book, ‘Methodical Illusion’ in which Rebekah weaves a fictional tale, drawing on her own experience as an international Flight Attendant and actual classified intelligence to guide the reader down the rabbit hole of 9/11 until finally exposing the truth behind what exactly happened that day.

Rebekah Roth

I enjoyed a nearly thirty year airline career working as both a flight attendant and an international purser. I was trained as an emergency medical technician and served as a volunteer firefighter.

My expertise and training as a flight attendant allowed me to research the events of September 11, 2001, with an insider’s knowledge that eventually lead me to discover details and answers to some of the most haunting questions surrounding that infamous day in our history.

I enjoyed a very exciting life both in the air and on the ground and because of that, was encouraged by co-workers to write a book. As I began to do that, I discovered that ten of the accused 9/11 hijackers were still alive. Several of them were also airline employees employed with Saudi Arabia Airlines and that they had had their identifications stolen years prior to 9/11. At least four of the accused hijackers threatened to sue the U.S. Government and the FBI if they did not stop using their names and identities. That discovery, along with the refusal by the U.S. government to discontinue their false accusations; ignited my curiosity.
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Book: Methodical Illusion


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First Hour News with JD

World News

Poroshenko violates Minsk deal vowing to recapture Donetsk Airport – Kremlin

Ukraine cuts off food supply to self-proclaimed Luhansk republic

Libya attacks Turkish vessel near Tobruk, killing third officer

Families give their minor daughters to ISIS in exchange for protection in Libya

Iran Responds To US Naval Escalation, Sends Warship Escort For Yemen Aid Vessel

ISIS demands $22 million to release 212 Assyrians

Thailand, Malaysia may set up camps for influx of migrants; at least 8,000 believed to be adrift at sea

Nationwide hunt on for 17 rare monkeys stolen from French zoo

In September, The UN Launches A Major Sustainable Development Agenda For The Entire Planet

US News

America’s Collapsing Alliances

Federal judge agrees to reopen Hillary Clinton email lawsuit

Water Theft Becomes Common Consequence of Ongoing California Drought

Voters Worry Military Exercises May Lead to Federal Control Of States

Confirmed: Military vehicles are being shipped to a closed Texas Walmart ahead of Jade Helm (Photos)

Washington state limits Stingray surveillance in unanimously approved ‘pro-privacy’ law

Los Angeles homelessness rises 12 percent amid slow economic recovery

Authorities: Group Of Teen Subway Vandals Could Pose Serious Threat To Straphanger Safety

Surveillance Video Shows More Than A Dozen Teens Rob Couple In Central Park

Maryland town to swear in youngest mayor in state history

Economic News

Exclusive: Greece tapped its emergency IMF reserves to pay IMF debt – sources–business.html

Is This Why Greek ATMs Are Empty?

Is This Company’s 74% Surge In The Past Week Confirmation That Grexit Is Imminent?

China Is About to Reveal How Much Gold They Really Have

Iranian bank sues UK govt for £2.3bn damages incurred under nuclear sanctions

Ukraine creditor group says delivers detailed restructuring plan

Larger Than Ever, Big Banks Poised to Fail Again



De Beers paid only $226 in royalties for its Ontario mine last year— report

Science & Tech News

Verizon buys faded Internet pioneer AOL for $4.4 billion

Skype’s amazing real-time Translator Preview now available to all

Software detects fake mobile, Wi-Fi networks

Throw this drone into the air and it’ll follow you around, taking pictures

Urban Algae Canopy Produces Huge Quantity of Oxygen

Meet CHIP, the $9 computer

Extreme El Niño expected to wreak havoc on weather this year

Health News

As Ebola disappears, no useful data seen from vaccine trials – WHO

Hidden African typhoid epidemic traced to drug-resistant bacteria

Massachusetts’ Botched Obamacare Exchange Build May Have Been Illegal As Well As Incompetent

One class of Big Pharma medication kills more people in NYC annually than homicides

Pharmaceutical painkiller deaths drop 25% in states with medical marijuana according to study

The New Gardasil: Is It Right For Your Daughter?

Chemo brain is real: Chemotherapy causes permanent brain damage

Eating dirt: How clay in your diet can dramatically transform health

Wal-Mart’s Water Is Bottled From Drought Stricken California Tap Water

Victory: German Retail Giant Removes Glyphosate from 350 Stores

Energy & Environment

Activism at Work: Boulder City, Colorado Nixes Bee-Killing Neonicotinoids

The mutations have begun in Fukushima, birds being found that are blind, unable to fly


Buh-Bye, Corn Ethanol: Joule Makes The Same Thing From Recycled CO2

Home, Farm & Garden

What’s Missing From Your Survival Cache Could Be Your Greatest Mistake

Building the Largest Underground and Off-The-Grid Farm on the Planet, Part 1

A Farmer’s Advice for Dealing with Climate Change

Gardening in Containers

Attract Beneficials to Your Garden

Housing News

Rental Armageddon Continues

MBA: It keeps getting easier to get a mortgage

NAR: 5 most and least expensive housing metros in 2015

Weird, Funny & Good News


Missing cat discovered 49 days later trapped alive in shipping container on other side of Australia

Bad News For SeaWorld: 103-Year-Old Orca Recently Spotted Thriving In The Wild

Featured Video

More Military Equipment Spotted at Closed Walmart In Texas Ahead of Jade Helm 15

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Show Info 5-12-2015 – News, Guest Dr Sherri Tenpenny

Show Info 5-12-2015 – News, Guest Dr Sherri Tenpenny

Show Info 5-12-2015 – News, Guest Dr Sherri Tenpenny

May 12

News and Guests


Second Hour Guest

Dr Sherri TenpennyIn the second hour, JD is joined by natural health and vaccine expert Dr. Sherri Tenpenny for a discussion about current health news, developments in the anti-vaccination movement and ideas for activism in which we can all take part. Join us as we try to get to the bottom of where the real threats to our health and liberty come from.

Video: What is SB277? – Vaccine Mandate – Vaccine Ingredients

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is a board-certified osteopathic medical doctor from Cleveland, Ohio. She is the founder of Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center, a clinic that specializes in holistic health and healing, including breast thermography, allergy relief and bio-identical hormones.

Dr. Tenpenny is an internationally known expert on the problems associated with vaccines. She has produced many educational DVDs and is the author of two books, FOWL! which makes the connection between bird flu and environmental pollution, and Saying No To Vaccines, a guide written to help adults and parents refute the most common reasons to vaccinate.

As the “Voice of Reason about Alternative medicine”, Dr. Tenpenny is an outspoken advocate for free choice in healthcare, including the right to refuse vaccination. She has done hundreds of TV and radio interviews.
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Medical Clinic Info: (Integrative Medical Center)
Vaccine Resource Center:


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World News

Saudi Arabia assembles ‘massive force’ on Yemen border

EU seeks UN support to tackle migrant smuggling

Britain rejects EU proposal to evenly distribute 20k Mediterranean migrants

Turkish ship attacked off Libya, third officer killed, several wounded

Philippines’ most wanted Islamist bomber ‘slain by his own bodyguards for $1m bounty on his head’

Moroccan F-16 goes missing in Yemen

Kiev seeks $350bn damages from Russia for ‘aggression’

UKIP Rejects Nigel Farage’s Resignation

Shock result in Polish vote could signal larger power shift

Police Arrest President of Self-Declared Liberland, Newest Micronation

Brazil plans to ‘nationalise’ rainforest in pioneering plan to protect Amazon

Central African Republic Militias Sign Peace Deal, Agree to Disarm

US News

ISIS Hackers Plan “Message to America” Attack Today

Smoke report suspends Metro service on 3 lines for hours



Rand Paul Threatens Filibuster Over NSA Spying

Records Show Thousands of People Arrested in Baltimore Were “Too Injured” to Enter Jail

2 dead following uprising at Nebraska prison

Dozens injured, houses destroyed: Powerful storms ravage central US

Economic News

No Deal: Eurogroup Concludes Meeting On Greece, No Further Fund Disbursement

Russia Asks Greece To Join BRICS Bank

Dry Bulk Carrier Orders Crash To A Twenty Year Low

Still Losing: Creditors Change Monsanto’s Investor Rating to “Negative”

Indian people hold 20,000 tonnes of gold

Science & Tech News

China launches ‘mystery object’ into space

Chinese bought division of IBM that manufactures computing servers for U.S. Navy Aegis cruisers


Aeromobil flying car crashes during critical test

Scientists have come up with a blue strawberry by splicing them with fish genes

Programmer able to control robot using his eyes

Health News

Pesticides in air and water pose shocking threat to health

Vaccine Reactions Kill Two Babies and Hospitalize Dozens More

Scientists Find Alarming Deterioration In DNA Of The Urban Poor

Reversing Type 2 Diabetes: Ignore “Guidelines” and Do This Instead

How to deal with mosquitoes naturally

Energy & Environment

3 GW Of Wind Power – A New Record – Achieved In Australia

Scientists “mystified” by unusual strandings of large sea creatures on West Coast

Home, Farm & Garden

Household Items You Can Use in the Garden

Are Pickles Fermented? Pickled Vs. Fermented Foods

How a Small Wind Turbine Works, Part 2: 6 Key Benefits of Home Wind Turbines

Housing News

Nationstar significantly downgraded by analysts

Nomura found liable for selling toxic mortgages to Fannie, Freddie

CFPB sues Nationwide Biweekly for deceptive mortgage practices

Weird, Funny & Good News

Nebraska Man Steals Lawn Mower By Driving It Out The Store: Police

Bank Robber Brazenly Instagrams Video Of His Own Heist, Police Say

Featured Video

Making a Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging – Full Length

Posted by Red Pill Reports in 2015 Shows, Apr.-June, Shows
Serene Saturn

Serene Saturn

Serene Saturn

Serene Saturn

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

From a distance Saturn seems to exude an aura of serenity and peace.

In spite of this appearance, Saturn is an active and dynamic world.  Its atmosphere is a fast-moving and turbulent place with wind speeds in excess of 1,100 miles per hour (1,800 km per hour) in places. The lack of a solid surface to create drag means that there are fewer features to slow down the wind than on a planet like Earth.

Mimas, to the upper-right of Saturn, has been brightened by a factor of 2 for visibility.

In this view, Cassini was at a subspacecraft latitude of 19 degrees North. The image was taken with the Cassini spacecraft wide-angle camera on Feb. 4, 2015 using a spectral filter centered at 752 nanometers, in the near-infrared portion of the spectrum.

The view was obtained at a distance of approximately 1.6 million miles (2.5 million kilometers) from Saturn. Image scale is 96 miles (150 kilometers) per pixel.

The Cassini mission is a cooperative project of NASA, ESA (the European Space Agency) and the Italian Space Agency. The Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a division of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, manages the mission for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, Washington. The Cassini orbiter and its two onboard cameras were designed, developed and assembled at JPL. The imaging operations center is based at the Space Science Institute in Boulder, Colorado.

For more information about the Cassini-Huygens mission visit and The Cassini imaging team homepage is at

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Show Info 5-11-2015 – News, Guest Stewart Rhodes

Show Info 5-11-2015 – News, Guest Stewart Rhodes

Show Info 5-11-2015 – News, Guest Stewart Rhodes

May 11

News and Guests


Second Hour Guest

Stewart Rhodes - OathkeepersIn the second hour JD is joined by the founder of the Oath Keepers, Stuart Rhodes for an in depth discussion about exactly what the Oath taken by Law Enforcement, Civil servants and Military personnel actually means. Stuart also brings up to speed on the fight between BLM and the Sugar Pine Mine brewing in Josephine County, Oregon. Which side of history are you going to stand on?

Stewart is the founder and Director of Oath Keepers. He served as a U.S. Army paratrooper until disabled in a rough terrain parachuting accident during a night jump.

He is a former firearms instructor and former member of Rep. Ron Paul’s DC staff.

Stewart previously wrote the monthly Enemy at the Gates column for S.W.A.T. Magazine

Stewart graduated from Yale Law School in 2004, where his paper “Solving the Puzzle of Enemy Combatant Status” won Yale’s Miller prize for best paper on the Bill of Rights. He assisted teaching U.S. military history at Yale, was a Yale Research Scholar, and is writing a book on the dangers of applying the laws of war to the American people.
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First Hour News with JD

World News

Yemen’s Houthis agree to 5-day truce proposed by S. Arabia

Egyptian court sentences ex-President Mubarak to three years in prison for corruption

‘Illegal under international law’: EU slams Israel’s settlement plans in East Jerusalem

North Korea says it tested submarine ballistic missile

South Korea’s National Security Council held an emergency meeting on Saturday

Macedonian police killed in clashes with ‘terrorists’

Spain retrieves black boxes on crashed A400M aircraft–finance.html

Pope Francis holds historic meeting with Cuban President Raul Castro

Microstate tax haven in the Balkans? Not that easy–balkans-liberland-124676cd43.html

US News

Pentagon Boosts Security Level, Citing ISIS

Couple and brother arrested for murder of two Mississippi cops after traffic stop

Explosion, smoke at Indian Point nuclear plant north of NYC

2 years later, IRS probes drag on


DHS Approves Amnesty Applications Despite Court Order

4.5 magnitude quake shakes, wakes Big Island

Feds: Grandmother hid multimillion-dollar ring of pill mills behind upscale suburban facade

Indigenous Populations Of Alaska And Hawaii Demand Their Land Back

Economic News


China Cuts Rates (Again) In Desperate Bid To Buoy Stocks, Rescue Economy

Will Central Banks Abolish Cash?

FDIC Director Jeremiah Norton resigns

Something Doesn’t Add Up – Strong Jobs, Weak Spending, Sagging Sales

Bitcoin Regulation Underway in Connecticut


Science & Tech News

China Preparing for Drone Warfare

Snowden Says Australia Is Undertaking Mass Surveillance Of Citizens

So, the NSA Has an Actual Skynet Program





16-Year-Old Invents $5 Cell Phone Bike Charger And Shares The Instructions For Free!

The five coolest projects at AT&T Labs

Health News

Food Safety, Environmental Groups Demand Investigation into USDA

80% of pesticides found in sediments exceed regulatory thresholds, international study finds

March Against Monsanto to Launch International Protests May 23rd

As Americans Reject Monsanto, Organic is Booming Like Crazy

Forget Crest and Colgate – Use Coconut Oil Toothpaste!

How to Stop Bad Vibes: 5 Strategies to Neutralize Negativity

Energy & Environment

Snowpack in the West “isn’t just low — it’s gone”

Global CO2 levels reach historic record

Six tornadoes in US states North Texas, Colorado and Kansas kill 1 and critically injure 1

Home, Farm & Garden

How to Start Prepping in 3 Easy Steps

Learn how to build an off-grid generating system to produce electricity in any situation

5 Expert Tips for Starting Your Own Organic Seedlings

Eco-Friendly Ways to Update Your Outdoor Space This Spring

Tiny Homes, Bigger Lives

A Farmers Advice for Dealing with Climate Change

Housing News puts potential rehab houses all in one place

Investment adviser pleads guilty in multimillion-dollar real estate scam

Weird, Funny & Good News

Delivering Pizza Is One of the Most Dangerous Jobs in America

Featured Video

Confirmed! Jade Helm In Mississippi On Massive Waterfront Property, Surveillance of School

Posted by Red Pill Reports in 2015 Shows, Apr.-June, Shows
Show Info 5-8-2015 – News, Guest Sharón Lynn Wyeth

Show Info 5-8-2015 – News, Guest Sharón Lynn Wyeth

Show Info 5-8-2015 – News, Guest Sharón Lynn Wyeth

May 08

News and Guests


Second Hour Guest

Sharón Lynn WyethIn the second hour JD is joined by Sharón Lynn Wyeth for a discussion about her development of the system of Neimology Science or the deciphering of names. Can your name predict how you think, feel or behave and what can we learn about others from nothing more than their names? Tune in and find out!

As the creator of Neimology® Science, Sharón Lynn Wyeth has supported thousands of people around the world in understanding themselves and others better. In her seventh year of teaching math, having been a math major herself, she noticed that she was getting impressions of how a student would behave when she was making seating charts at the start of the year from the person’s name. Her curiosity led her to write down her impressions, as she wanted to get to know her students for who they were.

After three months of teaching she read her initial impressions and was amazed at the accuracy. Generally Joshua’s were brilliant and a bit obnoxious, Stephanie’s were stubborn, and Rachel’s pretty, etc. She followed her fifteen years of research conducted in forty-nine of the States with three years of field work in over seventy countries testing her theories. Everywhere she spoke people asked how to find out more information so she wrote the Amazon bestseller, “KNOW THE NAME, KNOW THE PERSON: Decoding Letters to Reveal Secrets Hidden in Names”.
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Book: Know the Name; Know the Person: How a Name Can Predict Thoughts, Feelings and Actions


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World News

Record 38mn people internally displaced worldwide in 2014 – report

Yemen govt calls on UN to ‘save’ country with foreign boots on the ground – report

Syria: Saudi-Turkish alliance backs ‘Conquest Army’ rebels to defeat Bashar al-Assad

Progress M-27M: Will doomed Russian spaceship crash-land in London tomorrow?

Cartier Store on Croisette Robbed

Italy’s Fiumicino Airport closed, terminal buildings evacuated due to fire & smoke

Earthquake of magnitude 7.2 strikes off Papua New Guinea

North Korea threatens nuclear attack on US

US News

Pentagon training and equipping Syrians to fight ISIL

Pentagon employees used govt credit cards for ‘gambling, escorts,’ audit reveals

Italian and US agents break up mafia cocaine ring run out of a New York City pizzeria


Appeals court strikes down government’s phone surveillance program

Murder charges against Freddie Gray cops may be DROPPED because police findings don’t support the case, say officials

US-Mexico border braces for summer migrant surge

LAPD Officer, Girlfriend Indicted In Federal Court For Trying To Smuggle Mexican Citizen Into U.S.

Hidden Cact-Eye: Paradise Valley installs cameras in cactus

New York Court Recognizes Chimps As Legal Non-Human Persons

Economic News

The War On Cash: Governments Grabbing or Taxing Cash At Will Now

Denmark moves closer to a cashless society

Bank of England overstated March UK debt sales to overseas investors by 200%

Gazprom, Ankara agree to start Turkish Stream gas deliveries in Dec 2016

Global silver output running low — report

Diamond worth $430,000 found in Russia

US Macro Data Has Never Collapsed This Fast

Banks and States With the Most Branch Closings: The Rise of Mobile Banking

You Need to Work 50 Hours A Week to Stay Out of Poverty on Minimum Wage

As more rent, the wealth gap widens


Dud of the century: Lawsuits pile up over Pacquiao injury

Science & Tech News

Tesla takes 38,000 Powerwall home battery reservations in 1 week


Designer of 3-D-printed gun challenges feds to Constitutional duel

Nasa says EmDrive does work and it may have also created a Star Trek warp drive

This Bacteria-Infused Concrete Can Heal Its Own Cracks

Google’s new ‘hackable’ HQ to be built with robot-crane hybrids – if it goes ahead

This Chrome extension helps color-blind users see the web

Your smartphone will be able to tell if you have blood parasites

Health News


Pennsylvania: Fracking Chemicals Detected In Drinking Water

World’s First Baby Born With an Assist from Stem Cells

Disposal a struggle in Iowa’s bird-flu outbreak

Kale’s active ingredients combat cancer

What Happens When You Give Up Sugar for an Entire YEAR?

Why the 50% of People Taking Daily Aspirin Should STOP

7 Behaviors Most People Think Are Negative That Are Actually Healthy

Energy & Environment

80% Of New Jersey’s Electricity From Renewables?

100% Renewable Electricity Goal Passed By Hawaiian Legislature

Gov’t Analysis: Up to 592 Trillion Bq of Plutonium equivalent involved in disaster at US nuclear dump

Home, Farm & Garden

How To Restore Repurposed Wood into Something New

Why grow marigolds? Mosquitoes hate them!

Housing News

Fannie Mae reports net income of $1.9B in 1Q

Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates rise 0.6%

Weird, Funny & Good News

NFL Indicts Tom Brady On Conspiracy Count, Charges New England Patriots With Obstructing Justice

One American Town is Taking a Big Step Towards Ending the Drug War

Marijuana Legalization Bill Advances in Texas

Passenger helps co-pilot land plane after pilot falls ill during flight

Featured Video

How to Build an Earth Bucket or Global Bucket

Posted by Red Pill Reports in 2015 Shows, Apr.-June, Shows
Show Info 5-7-2015 – News, Guest Kenneth Schortgen Jr.

Show Info 5-7-2015 – News, Guest Kenneth Schortgen Jr.

Show Info 5-7-2015 – News, Guest Kenneth Schortgen Jr.

May 07

News and Guests


Second Hour Guest

Guest Kenneth Schortgen Jr.In the second hour, JD is joined by author, researcher and geo-political guru, Kenneth Schortgen Jr. for a discussion about the current state of global economics and and the war on cash. Ken touches on the true nature of the TPP, pending changes to the world economic system and what you can do to prepare for whatever lies ahead. Join us for a perspective on world events only found at the Red Pill Reports!

As a historian in his primary field of study, and an investor in the real world, Kenneth Schortgen has a keen perspective on all facets of the financial world. He has owned his own business and corporation, and has been an investor in many different markets such as securities, real estate, currency trading, and international trusts.

His desire is to provide you with the true understanding of markets and the economy, and to give you the information that will help you make your own decisions in these troubling, and quite often, fascinating times regarding your economic decisions. Kenneth is not a certified financial advisor, and his only goal is to give you true information, by which you can see things as they happen, and in many cases, before they happen.
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World News

Britain’s closest election in a generation goes down to the wire–business.html

Report: Iranian Navy Chases After U.S. Warships



France overtaking Britain as Gulf States’ main European ally

Protests Erupt in Japan over Anti-Constitutional Militarization Against China

$17 million of cocaine accidentally delivered to Aldi stores in Berlin (again)

Rumor has it massive ELE coming in Sept. — asteroid strike

US News

Surveillance planes spotted in the sky for days after West Baltimore rioting

Officer requests to see knife as part of defense in Freddie Gray case

Baltimore mayor seeks DoJ review of police, announces mandatory body cam plan

US Republicans pass $3.8 trillion 2016 budget

Derailment Near Harvey


Three Earthquakes In 30 Minutes Strike Concord Fault

For Second Year In A Row Mother’s Day Could Bring Denver Snow

Aide to California state attorney accused of running an occult police force claiming to be 3,000 years old

Steven Spielberg’s Amblin, Syfy Adapting Classic Novel ‘Brave New World’

U2 Plays Surprise Show On NYC Subway Platform

Economic News

Swiss Stock Market Collapses Instantaneously On 5th Anniversary Of Flash-Crash

Greece introduces cashpoint tax in desperate bid to raise revenue and stop run on banks as country teeters on brink of bankruptcy

London bankers plotting to bring down the Eurozone, says Juncker

There Have Been Some Big, Mysterious Moves in Markets Lately

Western anti-Russia sanctions could cost Japanese business $10bn

PETER SCHIFF: We’re not headed for a Fed rate hike — we’re headed for QE4 instead!–were-headed-to-qe4-instead-2015-5


Wall Street titans who crashed global economy in 2008 go big for TPP

New Gold Backed Cryptocurrency Has Been Announced

Science & Tech News



Uber Halts Operation In Kansas, Citing Newly-Passed “Unbalanced, Backward Regulations”

How a Drone Could Spoof Wi-Fi, Steal Your Data

Social Media Obsession Costing Some People Their Marriage

Scientists make muscles out of gold plated onions

Health News

Exclusive: U.S. boosts bird flu emergency funds as Hormel cuts jobs

Can’t sleep? Try the 4-7-8 breathing technique that claims to help you nod off in 60 SECONDS

Got a sweet tooth? It could put you at risk of Alzheimer’s

Fructose Amplifies Cravings for High-Fat Foods

Monsanto gets sued for falsely advertising glyphosate as non-toxic to humans

Chilling: How Monsanto’s Agent Orange is Still Used Today

Woman Cuts Family Off From WiFi Over Health Concerns

Most Stop Smoking Ads Don’t Work. This One Takes Things To Another Level

Vegetarian Protein: 55+ Awesome Protein Sources for Vegetarian

Energy & Environment

U.S. university testing animals in Pacific for Fukushima radiation

Home, Farm & Garden

Time your gardening with lunar phases to increase your food production

Build a Solar Food Dehydrator

8 Steps for Making Better Garden Soil

Finalizing Our Passive Solar House Design: Minor Tweaks and Major Planning Tips

A Guide to Hunting for Morel Mushrooms

Housing News

Mortgage applications drop 4.6%

Judge tosses whistleblower letter, limits discovery in Zillow-Move suit

Weird, Funny & Good News

Ridiculous pot satire tricks anti-drug organization D.A.R.E.

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Show Info 5-6-2015 – News, Guest James Perloff

Show Info 5-6-2015 – News, Guest James Perloff

Show Info 5-6-2015 – News, Guest James Perloff

May 06

News and Guests


Second Hour Guest

James PerloffIn the second hour, JD is joined by author, researcher and historian, James Perloff, for a discussion about the sinking of the Lusitania 100 years ago, tomorrow. James and I explore the shadowy world of false flag attacks in an attempt to draw focus to those responsible, their methods of operation, and the long term goals they have aspired to for hundreds of years. Only by studying history are we doomed not to repeat it.

Jim “Scruffy” Perloff flunked out of East Squantum Community College in his freshman year. He has been named “Mr. Dweeb” seven years running. He was awarded the Booby Prize for inventing a fire alarm with a snooze button. He is banned from using the Internet at his local public library. He is the Least Interesting Man in the World — he doesn’t always drink beer, but when he does, he drinks East Squantum Light (don’t stay thirsty, my friends). He paid $200 for a fake Michael Jordan autograph on a pair of used BVDs. He was blown away in a chess game by his pet hamster, Twinky. A dozen Tea Party members renounced conservatism after a 2-minute conversation with him. When Mother Teresa saw him lying in a ditch, she told the other sisters, “Leave him there — the buzzards might need something to eat.” He is author of the book How to Wallpaper your House with Rejections Slips from Publishers. He also split his pants and, at age 45, was defeated in a battle of wits with a fire hydrant.

James investigates the global elites agenda to create a new world order through their use of media manipulation, false flag narratives and fictional humanitarian crisis. He uses historical reflection to show that these tactics of control have been used to foment war.
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Articles: Did the Cold War End So that the War on Terror Could Begin?, The American Revolution, Part I: The Secrets Buried at Lexington Green, A Century of Mainstream Media Lies, Pearl Harbor: Roosevelt’s 9/11.
Books: Truth Is a Lonely Warrior, The Shadows of Power, and Tornado in a Junkyard.


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First Hour News with JD

World News

US navy starts escorting British cargo ships through Strait of Hormuz off Iran’s coast

Yemen Rebels Shell Saudi Arabian City, Casualties Reported; Saudis Vow Retaliation

Two Chinese Warships Enter The Black Sea

Israel builds nearly 2,030 settler units on private Palestinian land

Israel’s Foreign Minister Lieberman Resigns

100 volcanic quakes at popular Japanese resort prompt tourist warning

Thousands Of Farmers Protest Against GMO Industry In India

US News

Coeur d’Alene officer in critical condition after shooting

N. Carolina teen sporting bulletproof vest reportedly shoots cop

Pentagon: Texas has nothing to fear from upcoming military exercise

Cruz Demands Answers on Jade Helm 15

Chuck Norris karate-kicks trust in govt ahead of US military drills



Oregon Moves To Ban GMO. Destroy All Round Up Crops 90 Days.

Marijuana Company to Give Some Teens $20K Summer Jobs Program

Economic News

$360bn foreign investment flees UK over election fears, Russian sanctions

Experts Are Warning That The 76 Trillion Dollar Global Bond Bubble Is About To Explode

Ukrainian Bitcoin Exchange Reports Hack

European Bond Yields Are Surging – Draghi, We’re Gonna Need A Bigger Bazooka

Gold Withdrawals From NY Fed Vault Refuse To Stop: 200 Tons Of Gold Repatriated In Past Year


Floyd Mayweather says he’d fight Manny Pacquiao in a rematch in 2016

Science & Tech News

China develops scientific centers in Antarctica. But why?

Building work starts on first all-robot manufacturing plant in China’s Dongguan



SpaceX to test manned Dragon spacecraft May 6

How to check if extensions are slowing your browser down

New GPS technology that identifies locations within centimetres could open way for advances in virtual reality, scientists say

Flight attendants could soon use sensors in plane seats to monitor travellers’ health

Toward a squishier robot: Engineers design synthetic gel that changes shape and moves via its own internal energy

Mysterious Alien Sounds Recorded 22 Miles Above The Earth

Health News

Interpol issues alert over deadly dieting pills

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are invading swimmers off the British coast

U.S. bird flu outbreak may mean no turkey for Thanksgiving

Iowa bird flu cases climb to 25 with 4 new outbreaks

Scientists Warn About Dangers Of Chemicals In Non-Stick Cookware

Epidemic of indoor eyesight damage caused by children not spending time outdoors

Help prevent heart attack, cancer, and stroke by eating more of these 6 foods

More than 9 in 10 Americans are deficient in vitamin E, putting them at higher risk for brain damage

6 FDA-Approved Foods Banned In Other Countries

Energy & Environment


Amazon Wind Farm Development Continues

New Data Suggests Solar Could Meet Scotland’s Electricity Needs

Home, Farm & Garden

A New Foot-Powered Washing Machine To Clean Your Clothes Off Grid

How to Prevent Tick Bites

How to Make Cheap Garden Beds

Housing News

Nationstar Holdings posts $48.3M loss in first quarter

Freddie Mac reports profit of $524M in first quarter

Interthinx: Mortgage fraud risk rose in 4Q14

Weird, Funny & Good News

Mark Twain stories, 150 years old, uncovered by Berkeley scholars

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Berlin T-shirt vending machine shows shoppers where cheap clothes come from

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Show Info 5-5-2015 – News, Guest Jim Ramm

Show Info 5-5-2015 – News, Guest Jim Ramm

Show Info 5-5-2015 – News, Guest Jim Ramm

May 05

News and Guests


Second Hour Guest

Jim RammIn the second hour JD is joined by Jim Ramm, host of Your DIY Health for an in depth discussion about what it means to be healthy in today’s world. With all the additional stresses to our lives these days, what can we do to protect our selves mentally, emotionally and physically while we prepare ourselves and our families for the future? Jim covers all of this and much more!

Jim Ramm

I worked 16 years in law enforcement at a police department of a suburb of Columbus, Ohio. In 1994 I started the department’s bike patrol and spent almost a year ‘back in the saddle’ on midnight shift riding around town with “POLICE” in big, broad letters across my back! I could get across town on my bike almost as fast as I could in a cruiser, sometimes faster by going ‘cross country.’

Your DIY Health and Youngevity

I first learned of Youngevity in 1996 when I was helping a friend put on Y2K Survival Shows. One of the table holders at one of our shows gave me a ‘Dead Doctors Don’t Lie’ cassette. I’ve never heard anything that made so much sense! I’ve been studying health and alternative medicine for years and it all clicked for me! Dr. Wallach had the missing pieces to the health puzzle and he knew exactly where each piece belonged in the bigger picture!
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First Hour News with JD

World News

2 Russian war ships & submarine detected near Latvian border – Armed Forces

Baltic military shadow-boxing said to reach Cold War levels–finance.html

Poland approves joint force with Ukraine & Lithuania, calls on EU to spend more on defense


Israeli soldiers ‘deliberately fired’ at civilians during Gaza war – NGO

5.6 magnitude quake strikes New Zealand

One World Religion: Former Israeli President Proposes Pope to Head ‘UN for Religions’

North Korea’s Titular Head of State to Visit Moscow Instead of Kim Jong Un

25,000 Mexican Fisherman Sue BP Over Environmental Disaster

US News

ISIS Claims Responsibility For First US Attack

Garland Shooting Suspect Elton Simpson’s Father: ‘My Son Made a Bad Choice’

Brian Moore, NYPD officer shot in face, dies from injuries

The Clintons, a luxury jet and their $100 million donor from Canada

Texas Legislators Attempt to Give Federal Reserve Guards Arrest Powers

Immigrants to U.S. From China Top Those From Mexico


Piranha caught In Lake Bentonville

Subtropical system could head toward Florida

Underwater volcano erupts off the coast of Oregon

Earthquake Swarm, Including Magnitude 3.6, Shakes East Bay Cities

Economic News

The War On Cash: Australia Leads The New Age Of Economic Totalitarianism

Super-mega SOEs the goal of China’s economic reforms

Billionaires Hoard $100 Million Homes At Record Pace: “Beats Gold, Because You Can Boast”

Junk Bonds “Even More Dangerous” Than Stocks, Icahn Says

The Shale Boom Has Already Gone Bust – At Least for Now

McDonald’s workers plan ‘biggest-ever protest’ as company announces changes

Science & Tech News


US telecoms try to kill net neutrality by blocking key rules

We’ve Just Developed a Portable Cloaking Device

Medical equipment can be taken over and controlled remotely by hackers


The ultimate guide to staying anonymous and protecting your privacy online

Health News

Ebola virus remains in survivors’ semen six months after recovery

UK Doctor Takes 100 Pills A Day To Live To 150 Years Old

Test Yourself: Are Monsanto’s Chemicals In Your Blood?

Arthritis: Almost Always Caused By What We Eat And Drink

7 Good Reasons to Cut Yourself Some Slack

Monopolistic medical establishment attacks 89-year-old philanthropist doctor who sees patients from car – He wins case!

Puerto Rico moves to legalize marijuana for medical uses

3 Australian States Begin Testing Medical Marijuana Following Demand

Energy & Environment


“Caldrons of hell” created at Fukushima, says energy company official

Home, Farm & Garden

Choose the Best Garden Watering Systems

First-Aid Tips for Gardeners and Farmers

‘Farming the Woods’ by Ken Mudge and Steve Gabriel

Housing News

Las Vegas lawyer disbarred for mortgage fraud

Consumer spending rose in April

Black Knight: 8% of borrowers underwater

Weird, Funny & Good News

Feds Bust Jamaican Traveler With Half-Kilo Of Cocaine Wedged In His Underwear

N.J. man punches 2 guards releasing him from jail, not released from jail, police say

Gone for Three Years, Missing Dog Reunited With SoCal Family After Being Found in Virginia

Neil Young Announces New Album ’The Monsanto Years’ Criticizing The Food Industry Giant

Featured Video

Out With the Old, In With the New World Order – The Asia-Pacific Perspective

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Show Info 5-4-2015 – News, Guest Commander Dale Brown

Show Info 5-4-2015 – News, Guest Commander Dale Brown

Show Info 5-4-2015 – News, Guest Commander Dale Brown

May 04

News and Guests


Second Hour Guest

Dale BrownIn the second hour JD is joined by Commander Dale Brown of the Detroit Threat Management Center for a discussion about the continued escalation of police brutality here in the U.S., the situation which unfolded in Baltimore, and the ridiculously high settlements awarded to victims over the last several weeks. What is the real root cause of the violence we see in our communities and what can we do about it?

Dale C. Brown is the founder of The Detroit Threat Management Center located in Detroit. Commander Brown created Eclectikan survival tactical training systems in 1993.This training system is comprised of tactical psychology, tactical law and tactical skills, to teach communities and corporations how to properly manage human threats and create non-violent outcomes.
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World News

Nepal earthquake: 101-year-old survivor pulled from rubble seven days after quake struck

Italy says 10 migrants die, 4,500 rescued in ongoing mission

Snowden, Assange and Manning statues unveiled in Berlin

Sweden accuses Russian warships of disrupting power cable laying

Fighting intensifies in eastern Ukraine despite ceasefire

Isis militants slaughter more than 300 Yazidi captives in northern Iraq after thousands were taken captive from villages


Riot in Poland after cop kills football fan during match

Italian army growing cannabis to slash end user prices

Kate and William are ‘hugely grateful’ for public’s warm wishes following the birth of their daughter

Is The New World Order Dying? 10 Recent Headlines Offer Hope

US News

U.S. Split Along Racial Lines on Backlash Against Police, Poll Finds

Oakland May Day Protests Marred By Vandalism To Businesses, Cars On Auto Row

May Day Mayhem: 3 SPD officers hurt as rioters march through Seattle

NYPD cop in coma after being shot in the head


Freddie Gray killing: Baltimore lifts overnight curfew

Rules Change on I.R.S. Seizures, Too Late for Some

Man sues West Jordan police over injuries suffered in K9 encounter

Missouri lawyer said former hospital may have stolen black babies

Economic News


Swiss probe thousands of unclaimed accounts opened before 1955

President Maduro announces 30% increase in minimum wage

China’s True Gold Holdings To Remain A Secret After All

George Soros reportedly could face up to $7B tax bill, after delaying payment for years

Neil deGrasse Tyson Says Space Ventures Will Spawn First Trillionaire

McDonald’s in crisis

Science & Tech News

The human universe: Could we destroy the fabric of the cosmos?

Experts predict robots will take over 30% of our jobs by 2025 — and white-collar jobs aren’t immune

FAA finds Boeing Dreamliner could lose all power, issues maintenance mandate

DNA editing takes a serious step forward — for better or worse

More Uber Accounts Have Been Hacked, This Time in the United States

Microsoft’s Viral Guess Your Age Site: Testing Facial Recognition?

Yellowstone Volcano: Geologists Say It Will Blow Without Warning

What the Tesla Powerwall home battery means: inexpensive time-shifting for solar energy

Health News

Mystery ‘post-Ebola syndrome’ emerges in West Africa

Venezuelans are both obese and malnourished

Kazakhstan Sleeping Illness Victims Report Scary Hallucinations

Disbelief over state plan to spray neurotoxin into oyster beds

Make your own garlic powder for an easy, inexpensive way to improve health and add flavor to meals

The natural medicine chest and first aid kit

How Music ‘Radically’ Improves the Brain, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s

For the Longest Life: Your Waistline Should Be Half Your Height

Healing Cancer with Organic Foods

Swap a sweet drink for water and you get a 25% lower chance of diabetes

Energy & Environment

Michigan earthquake measures 4.2 on Richter scale

3.9 earthquake rattles Los Angeles area

TV: Billions of mysterious creatures dead along West Coast — “Literally covering all of Oregon coast”

“Killer” Bacteriea to the Rescue! Scientists enlist E.Coli To Make Planet-Saving Plastic Out Of Practically Nothing

Home, Farm & Garden

April Chores at the Deer Isle Hostel and Homestead

Bicycle power can help you maintain self-sufficiency when SHTF

This Couple Spent 20 Years Building A Self-Sustaining, Floatable Off-Grid Island

Housing News

Texas housing inventory is at all-time low

Ellie Mae explodes; stock closes at record high

4 things you need to know about new federal AMC regulations

Weird, Funny & Good News

Guy Makes Poor Choice in Liking a Facebook Post

Man sues Florida hospital after his leg found in the garbage

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5/01/2015 — MAJOR GLOBAL UNREST — Earthquake forecast, West Coast Eruption + 7.2M in PNG

Posted by Red Pill Reports in 2015 Shows, Apr.-June, Shows
Celestial Fireworks

Celestial Fireworks

Celestial Fireworks

Celestial Fireworks

Image credit: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), A. Nota (ESA/STScI), and the Westerlund 2 Science Team

The brilliant tapestry of young stars flaring to life resemble a glittering fireworks display in the 25th anniversary NASA Hubble Space Telescope image, released to commemorate a quarter century of exploring the solar system and beyond since its launch on April 24, 1990.

To capture this image, Hubble’s near-infrared Wide Field Camera 3 pierced through the dusty veil shrouding the stellar nursery, giving astronomers a clear view of the nebula and the dense concentration of stars in the central cluster. The cluster measures between 6 and 13 light-years across.

The giant star cluster is about 2 million years old and contains some of our galaxy’s hottest, brightest and most massive stars. Some of its heftiest stars unleash torrents of ultraviolet light and hurricane-force winds of charged particles etching into the enveloping hydrogen gas cloud.

The nebula reveals a fantasy landscape of pillars, ridges and valleys. The pillars, composed of dense gas and thought to be incubators for new stars, are a few light-years tall and point to the central star cluster. Other dense regions surround the pillars, including reddish-brown filaments of gas and dust.

The brilliant stars sculpt the gaseous terrain of the nebula and help create a successive generation of baby stars. When the stellar winds hit dense walls of gas, the shockwaves may spark a new torrent of star birth along the wall of the cavity. The red dots scattered throughout the landscape are a rich population of newly-forming stars still wrapped in their gas-and-dust cocoons. These tiny, faint stars are between 1 million and 2 million years old — relatively young stars — that have not yet ignited the hydrogen in their cores. The brilliant blue stars seen throughout the image are mostly foreground stars.

Because the cluster is very young — in astronomical terms — it has not had time to disperse its stars deep into interstellar space, providing astronomers with an opportunity to gather information on how the cluster formed by studying it within its star-birthing environment.

The image’s central region, which contains the star cluster, blends visible-light data taken by Hubble’s Advanced Camera for Surveys with near-infrared exposures taken by the Wide Field Camera 3. The surrounding region is composed of visible-light observations taken by the Advanced Camera for Surveys. Shades of red represent hydrogen and bluish-green hues are predominantly oxygen.

The Hubble Space Telescope is a project of international cooperation between NASA and ESA (European Space Agency). NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, manages the telescope. The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore, Maryland, conducts Hubble science operations. STScI is operated for NASA by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy in Washington.

News release: NASA Unveils Celestial Fireworks as Official Image for Hubble 25th Anniversary


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Show Info 5-1-2015 – News and Open Lines

Show Info 5-1-2015 – News and Open Lines

Show Info 5-1-2015 – News and Open Lines

May 01

News and Guests


Current news breakdown with J.D. Moore and open phone lines with listener’s comments and questions.

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News with JD

World News

Open lines with Boulevard and J.D. Moore

J.D.’s feline, Boulevard

UPDATE: US Ship Sent To Help Cargo Ship Surrounded By Iran – See more at:

First on CNN: Navy to escort U.S. commercial ships near Iran

German police foil Islamist attack ahead of Frankfurt cycle race

Russia may be readying for new Ukraine offensive: NATO commander

Exclusive: Britain told U.N. monitors of active Iran nuclear procurement – panel

3 killed in Chinese town where North Koreans blamed in past

US News

Baltimore police turn over Freddie Gray investigation to state

This Isn’t Your Normal Bill to Gut the EPA

Tom Cotton Started a Twitter Spat With Iran’s Foreign Minister

Supreme Court to rule on lethal injection drugs after Oklahoma botched executions

Legally Armed Kroger Customer Saves Elderly Man From Assault

Video Captures Attempted Kidnapping, Assault Suspect In Bloody Hesperia Attack

Economic News

Citibank Buys $1Billion in Gold From Venezuela

16 Signs That The Economy Has Stalled Out And The Next Economic Downturn Is Here

Stocks Bubble Right As the Economy Rolls Over… Next Up the Bloodbath

Why the US should worry about oil sector jobs

One in five millennial parents is impoverished, study finds

North Dakota governor signs sweeping oil tax law

Pimco hires Bernanke as senior adviser

Science & Tech News

Space duo: Russia invites China to create joint lunar station

Yikes! Putin Will Soon Have Superhuman Robo-Soldiers!

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos successfully test New Shephard rocket that could soon blast tourists into space


Affordable Star Trek-like transparent aluminum could protect phones, windows, and lenses


Will the Apple Watch’s coolest feature work for people of color?

Health News

Utah city orders citizens to avoid drinking water after chemical contamination; what will you do in a water emergency?

‘Green’ personal care products made by multinational corporations still emit toxic chemicals

New Study: Goats Who Eat Monsanto GM Soy Produce Abnormal Milk

Twelve Simple Mantras for when You Don’t Feel that Great


Energy & Environment

BREAKING: California Issues Unprecedented North American Climate Goal

CBS: “Mysterious whale deaths” in California under investigation

The Real Nuclear Threats In Your “Backyard”

Home, Farm & Garden

Turns Out, Organic Farming Can Save the World from Global Warming, Climate Change

Why Gardening at High Elevation Is Challenging

The Meaning of Life on an Off-Grid Homestead

Housing News

New York cracks down on title insurers for kickbacks

Dealing with one housing bubble at a time

Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates reverse course, move higher

Weird, Funny & Good News

Mysterious Lights Spotted South of Downtown San Diego

Placer County Man Punches Bear In Face To Save His Dog

Great-Grandfather Says He’s Afraid To Use His Dial-Up After Receiving $24,000 AT&T Bill

Featured Video

Video Tutorial: How To Disable RFID Chip In Your Credit or Debit Cards

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Show Info 4-30-2015 – News, Guest Dr. Brooks Agnew

Show Info 4-30-2015 – News, Guest Dr. Brooks Agnew

Show Info 4-30-2015 – News, Guest Dr. Brooks Agnew

April 30

News and Guests


Second Hour Guest

Dr. Brooks AgnewIn the second hour, JD is joined by author, engineer, researcher and radio personality, Dr. Brooks Agnew for a discussion about his development of Electric Vehicle technology with his company Sirius Energies. Dr. Agnew also brings his considerable knowledge of history and current events to the table as we discuss events around the world such as Jade Helm, Loretta Lynch and the running of drugs by the C.I.A.

Brooks Agnew was born in 1955 in Southern California as the son of a NASA contract engineer. He is the descendant of the Agnew and Ross clans of ancient Scotland. Sir Andrew Agnew and Edward the Bruce were best friends and shared the defense of Rosslyn and the region of Galloway in Scotland. Their families married one another for centuries, from which comes the host of this program, X-Squared Radio.

He is the President & CEO (founder) of EV-Fleet. Currently, there are about 9.6 million new vehicles selling annually in the U.S from 57 different car makers. There are zero affordable electric vehicles for sale in the U.S. That will change, once EVFIbegins mass production in a few months.
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This is our newest highway speed electric truck at the North American Fleet Association expo in April.  What do you think?

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World News

N. Korea’s Kim Jong-Un executed 15 top officials: S. Korea spy agency

Smoke from Chernobyl fire could spread radiation far and wide – experts

Venezuela rations power as demand soars on hot weather–business.html

Russian govt approves gas supplies to China via the world’s biggest pipeline

Saudi royal reshuffle likely to ensure kingdom’s US loyalty for decades

Iranian General Accuses US of Organizing 9/11 Terror Attacks to Justify Middle East Invasion

US News

2 people shot in Ferguson as new protests break out

Baltimore Public Defenders Overwhelmed By Hundreds of Arrests

Texas Governor to Send Troops to Monitor ‘Jade Helm’ Military Exercise

Two tunnels discovered at California-Mexico border

Thousands of new Lerner emails found

Clinton calls for police body cameras to ‘improve transparency’

Sen. Warren calls on Obama to declassify trade deal details


Ranger uses stun gun on man operating drone over lava lake

Economic News

Negative interest rates put world on course for biggest mass default in history

Russian upper house ratifies BRICS $100bn currency pool

U.S. economic growth slows to 0.2 percent, grinding nearly to a halt

The Great Unwind Begins: US Dollar Plunges To 2-Month Lows

Even Wall Street’s Biggest Permabulls Are Throwing In The “Recovery” Towel

Clinton Foundation Failed to Disclose 1,100 Foreign Donations

The Banksters’ War on Cash


Science & Tech News

Massive Explosion Recorded On Sun

Russian spaceship considered total loss

Virgin America Pilot Reports Seeing Drone on Approach Into Dallas Love Field

IBM moving one step closer to quantum computers

Babies as Young as Six Months Old Using Smartphones, Tablets

This beautiful stained glass window doubles as a solar panel

Health News

Groundbreaking Discovery: Animal Cells Powered by Sunlight/Chlorophyll

Superbugs are ‘single greatest challenge in infectious diseases today’

Western diet causes colon cancer risk to skyrocket – new study

McDonald’s just cut 7 sandwiches from menu

Pharmaceutical Drugs Found In Water Are Changing The Sex Of Fish

10 Amazing Reasons To Always Practice Yoga

Energy & Environment


Judge throws out lawsuit by Bayer seeking to punish watchdog group for exposing truth about environment-destroying pesticide

Nuclear Engineer: I agree Fukushima can be ‘extinction event’; It’s a myth that disaster is being contained

Home, Farm & Garden

Suburban plastic film greenhouses led to an increase in phthalate esters in soils and more so in the vegetables

From Organics to Fermented Food, Whistling Duck Farm Is a Southern Oregon Pioneer: Part 2

Lawn Mower Exchange Program a Success

Housing News

U.S. Pending Home Sales Rise 1.1% In March

Freddie Mac selling $233 million pool of Ocwen-serviced loans

Mortgage applications decline 2.3%

Asset manager and mortgage servicer pleads guilty to $5M fraud scheme

Weird, Funny & Good News

Another Driver Has Window Shattered, Causes Remain A Mystery

Dozens of winning horses drugged at Kentucky Derby race course – and one was on SPEED.

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CERN and the Nepal Earthquake…

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Show Info 4-29-2015 – News, Guest Nano Girl

Show Info 4-29-2015 – News, Guest Nano Girl

Show Info 4-29-2015 – News, Guest Nano Girl

April 29

News and Guests


Second Hour Guest

Nano Girl aka Sharon BarringtonIn the second hour, JD is joined by the one and only Nano Girl for a discussion about the current state of technology today including developments in computer sciences, bio and nano technologies and the clandestine surveillance capabilities of the global control grid. Where are we going and why are we in this super high tech hand basket?

Sharon has worked the gamut of Fortune 500 Technology clients such as Apple Computer, VeriSign, Silicon Graphics and MiaSole to name a few. She specializes in R&D product development helping to bring new and innovative products to market while resolving difficult cross-organizational issues. Sharon’s ability to assess complex situations and identify appropriate solutions underscores her ability to gain meaningful insights.
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First Hour News with JD

World News

Nepal’s PM says earthquake death toll could reach 10,000

Iranian navy seized ship under court order: Fars news agency

Maersk Tigris ship manager declines comment, Pentagon says Iran boards vessel

Finland fires warning shots at ‘foreign submarine’ near Helsinki

Explosions Heard in Golan Heights as Syrian Mortars Strike Israel

Report: Egypt Preparing Large Assault Against ISIS in Libya Despite Opposition From Obama

Hundreds of Boko Haram Victims Found Dead

Climate change inaction pushes ‘doomsday clock’ closest to midnight since 1984

US News

Thousands of police, troops converge on Baltimore as officials struggle to keep calm

Baltimore riots: Security beefed up, cleanup starts after looting, fires

White Sox-O’s postponed; tomorrow closed to fans

Gay Marriage Arguments Divide Supreme Court Justices

As Deadline is near, Lawmakers Introduced Bill to End NSA Program

Parents Could Be Arrested For Leaving Children Home Alone Under New Law

Commando Chick investigates why this shutdown Walmart is being fortified at it’s rear entrance

Americans bomb Pew test of basic political knowledge

Economic News

Holidaymakers warned to take cash to Greece amid financial collapse fears

‘Austerity has failed!’ Coalition caused sharpest fall in living standards since 1960, says TUC

Swiss Bank Refuses Request for Cash Withdrawal!

WTF Chart Of The Day: Over 4 Million New Chinese Trading Accounts Opened Last Week

SEC investigating Bank of America for putting customers funds at risk – report

In 1 in 5 Families in U.S., No One Works

Homeownership rate lowest in 25 years

NFL Will End Its Tax-Exempt Status, Goodell Tells Owners

Overstock CEO Wants to Issue Stock With Bitcoin Cryptography

Science & Tech News

NASA officially starts program to look for alien life

Congress Considers Roads for Robot Cars

DARPA Announces Successful Live-Fire Test of EXACTO “Smart” Bullets

BAE breaks tank speed record with F1 inspired active suspension on CV90 armoured vehicles

Here’s How You Hack a Military Drone

Health News

New bird flu cases probable in Iowa, millions of birds affected: Iowa

Pizza boxes can increase risk of miscarriage by 16 times – study

New Cancer Treatment Dissolves a Woman’s Tumor in 3 Weeks

There’s a reset trigger for your biological clock – bye, bye jet lag, insomnia and exhaustion

Tyson to Eliminate Human Antibiotic Use in Chickens

7 Health Benefits of Bee Propolis

This Vitamin is Vital for Preserving Brain Health

Energy & Environment

Japan Nuclear Expert: Simply impossible to remove melted fuel from Fukushima

Home, Farm & Garden

A Gardening Infographic: DIY Pest Control

Yard Waste Makes Great Mulch and Compost

Is Grass Fed Really the Best Option for Dairy Cows?

Housing News

FHFA: Mortgage interest rates slightly rise in March

Homeownership rate falls to lowest since 1993

Home Loan Servicing Solutions stock craters after investors get paid

Weird, Funny & Good News

Cops: Woman, 40, Battered Live-In Beau During Beef Over How To Properly Fry Chicken

Featured Video

The Peer-to-Peer Economy Goes Mainstream

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Nano Girl aka Sharon Barrington

Nano Girl aka Sharon Barrington

Nano Girl aka Sharon Barrington

Nano Girl aka Sharon BarringtonStrategic, Project Manager and multidisciplinary Business Consultant with an eye for future technology innovation.

Sharon brings 25 years’ experience in management consulting, marketing, project management and customer service. As a strong business leader, Sharon has an excellent track record of finding the most efficient and effective way to solve problems and achieve objectives. With a reputation for bottom-line orientation, high quality and on-time delivery, she is an innovative problem solver while keeping her eye on the bottom line.

Sharon has worked the gamut of Fortune 500 Technology clients such as Apple Computer, VeriSign, Silicon Graphics and MiaSole to name a few. She specializes in R&D product development helping to bring new and innovative products to market while resolving difficult cross-organizational issues. Sharon’s ability to assess complex situations and identify appropriate solutions underscores her ability to gain meaningful insights.

As Senior Project Manager for VeriSign, Sharon helped to launch two International digital certification franchises that generated over $50 million in revenue. She also Project Managed one of the first IBM E-Commerce internet upgrade projects to a successful launch with a budget responsibility of $1.8 Million.


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