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Club of Rome

Club of Rome

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The Club of Rome was first organized as another sponsored Rockefeller organization, with its very first meeting in Italy. In its early days, it had almost nothing to do with Rome itself, as the first meeting was organized at Rockefeller’s estate in Italy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tri-Lateral Commission

The Trilateral Commission is private discussion group founded by David Rockefeller. It was designed to seize control and consolidate worldwide economic power against any government system. Criticism arouse after the attacks of 9/11 and that the private commission was obsessed with a ‘One World Government’, and would stop at nothing to achieve this goal!

Tri-lateral Commission, a brief description about the first days of the Group. Looking into behind the scenes, and the real agenda of this elite group and its members of powerful people.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Council on Foreign Relations

The CFR is considered to be one of the most corrupt councils in America. Membership includes senior politicians, more than a dozen Secretaries of State, CIA directors, bankers, lawyers, professors, and senior media figures.

The CFR basically promotes world globalization for transnational corporations! They concentrate on reducing financial regulations for these big corporations and push an agenda of control like the European Union that concentrates a large amount of power into the hands of the few!

 

 

 

 

Halliburton

This multinational corporation, is one of the biggest oil field companies in the world.  Operating in more than 80 countries. It has over a hundred branches, divisions worldwide and employs over 100,000 people.

Unfortunately this company has been involved in countless controversies, the biggest being Deepwater Horizon disaster.   Creating a environmental emergency that could have been prevented,  eventually the company agreed to pay 1.1 billion dollars to sweep legal claims under the rug.

 

 

 

 

3D Metal Printer

Criticism of 3D printers is that they can easily replicate any number of shapes and objects, but only in plastic. Great for printing trinkets like a mobile phone case or a chess set, but how it will it help when you need, say, a new dishwasher part? A new type of 3D printer designed by engineers might solve some of these problems. It’s open source, and it prints in metal.

 

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Universe as a Hologram

In 1997, the theoretical physicist Juan Maldacena proposed a bold model of the universe in which gravity, thin infinitesimal vibrating strings could be reinterpreted in terms of well-established physic’s. The mathematically complex world of chains, which exist in nine spatial dimensions plus one time, could just be a hologram: the real action unfold over a simpler, flatter cosmos where there is no gravity.

 

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Killing your plants with your Wifi Router

Are your houseplants slowly dieing? Maybe! But there may be another reason (other than negligence) why all are yellow and wilty: its from your Wi-Fi router.

An experiment conducted by a group of high school students in Denmark has sparked some serious international interest in the scientific community.

 

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Scientists snap picture of immune system

Scientists snap picture of immune system

Powerful enough to capture a single molecule microscope has taken the clearest picture yet of the immune system in action.

The technique, called super-resolution single-molecule fluorescence microscopy, recently helped scientists at the University of Manchester in England track natural killer (NK) cells, which help destroy cancer and viruses.

 

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Stomatch Biological Clock

Certain nerves in the stomach act as a kind of biological clock, which may help dampen appetite at night and allow heartier eating during the day, researchers have found.

The results may help shed some light on why shift workers are at high risk of conditions like obesity and diabetes, they say.

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DNA Finally Photographed!

DNA is finally photographed, after all these years they are able to take a picture of the building blocks of life.

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Fifty-nine years after James Watson and Francis Crick deduced the double-helix structure of DNA, a scientist has captured the first direct photograph of the twisted ladder that props up life. Enzo Di Fabrizio, a physics professor at Magna Graecia University in Catanzaro, Italy, snapped the picture using an electron microscope. 

 

 
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