- 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: February 2012
Japan plans snail-paced space elevator for 2050 CNET – TIM HORNYAK – Feb 23, 2012 Japanese construction company Obayashi wants to build an elevator to space and transport passengers to a station about a tenth the distance to the moon.
Forbes reveals that farmers are at the top of the list of careers headed for the dustbin in the US: food production increasingly outsourced. Jobs Outlook 2012: Careers Headed For The Dustbin Forbes – JENNA GOUDREAU – Feb 7, 2012 … more
In 2007, Times of India reported the unearthing of an ancient Vishnu idol in an old village in Russia: Ancient Vishnu idol found in Russian town Times of India – PTI – Jan 4, 2007 MOSCOW: An ancient Vishnu idol … more
It so happens that it’s the time of the Tibetan New Year, and today’s New York Times Dining & Wine section ran an article that caught my eye: Tibetans’ (Forbidden) Special Treat New York Times – JULIA MOSKIN – Feb … more
There’s More to Nothing Than We Knew New York Times – DENNIS OVERBYE – Feb 20, 2012 …The question of why there was a Big Bang or any quantum particles at all was presumed to lie safely out of scientific … more
‘Ban Gita’ court battle restarts in Russia Samay Live – Feb 16, 2012 – Nearly two months after a Russian court rejected a ban on a translated version of Bhagvad Gita, a top Siberian prosecutor has now demanded the removal … more
Krishna unexplored: Scientists Times of India – PRATIKSHA RAMKUMAR – Feb 18, 2012 CHENNAI: While the Western world has been doing cutting edge research on Jesus Christ and the Bible, India lags far behind in tracing the legacy, life and … more
The Globalists’ Worst Nightmare Land Destroyer Report – TONY CARTALUCCI – Mar 11, 2011 Self-Sufficiency: a universal solution to the globalist problem. …By moving to the city, people give up private property, cease pursuing productive occupations, and end up being … more
This album, produced in 1971 by George Harrison on the Apple Records label, begins with “Govindam Adi Purusham”, arranged by George Harrison, who is thought to have played harmonium and bass guitar for both “Govinda” and “Hare Krishna Mantra”, with … more