- In gold we trust
- Where’s Germany’s gold?
- Ganges River in danger of drying up?
- India – exporting beef to the world
- Closing down the meat industry
- Science today, maybe not tomorrow
- Dishonest Scientists
- Bitcoins, gold and silver and government
- What should be done with the Deities’ Gold?
- Virtual is now accepted as Reality
Monthly Archives: October 2011
World population hits 7 billion on Oct. 31, or thereabouts LA Times – KENNETH R. WEISS – Oct 31, 2011 Demographers at the United Nations Population Division set Oct. 31, 2011, as the “symbolic” date for hitting 7 billion, while … more
A Sister’s Eulogy for Steve Jobs New York Times – MONA SIMPSON – Oct 30, 2011 Steve’s final words, hours earlier, were monosyllables, repeated three times. Before embarking, he’d looked at his sister Patty, then for a long time at … more
Why Libya Was Attacked Rense.com – STEPHEN LENDMAN – Oct 27, 2011 In eight months, NATO’s killing machine destroyed 42 years of achievements, benefitting all Libyans. Why else would overwhelming numbers support him? After NATO attacked, hundreds of thousands rallied … more
The French Government Outlaws Vegetarianism in Schools European Vegetarian and Animal News Alliance (EVANA) – EUROPEAN VEGETARIAN UNION – Oct 14, 2011 A governmental order issued on October 2, 2011(1) has determined that all meals served in school canteens in … more
“I did all I could to help people understand the concept of real democracy, where people’s committees ran our country. But that was never enough, as some told me, even people who had 10 room homes, new suits and furniture, … more
Is America built on a lie? BBC News – MATT DANZICO & KATE DAILEY – 19 October 2011 Is the US Declaration of Independence illegal? On Tuesday night, while Republican candidates in Nevada were debating such American issues as nuclear … more
“Last Train Home” – The Video Documentary Of The Human Cost Behind China’s Stunning Growth Story Zero Hedge – TYLER DURDEN – Oct 16, 2011 We all know that China has the biggest skyscrapers, the fastest growing economy, and the … more
Occupy Wall Street Spreads Worldwide The Atlantic – ALAN TAYLOR – Oct 17, 2011 The Occupy Wall Street movement continues to grow and has now spread across the world, motivating thousands to voice their anger at financial and social inequality, … more
This morning I was thinking about chanting the holy name. We get up and chant the holy name, and generally it requires some determination and effort, some sacrifice. I thought it’s exactly like a person who has in one way or another lost his ability to walk, and then has to go for some treatment at a rehabilitation (rehabilitation=re + abilitate) center. Every day for one hour in the morning and one hour in the evening, he is put into a very rigorous routine, and is forced to start using his legs again. At first it is very painful, very awkward, and it seems practically hopeless. But this treatment goes on for some time, maybe some years even, and at some point, he actually regains his original, natural walking capacity…more
Bhutan’s royal wedding: How the king proposed when she was just seven years old News.com.au – ADAM PLOWRIGHT – Oct 13, 2011 The royal couple apparently met when aged 17 and seven respectively at a family picnic in Thimphu.