If they are in fact malnevolent beings, then surely we would have been eliminated long ago.Posted: 2007/11/02 at 12:33 PMIf agencies in the US are covering up top secret events, they will continue to do so even if the events are more than 50 years old.If it becomes public that there were in fact black ops (ie. Secret military organization using and developing highly advanced science and technology) back then, and they were forced to disclose other information from say 20 years ago, then we could conclude that there are still black ops today and we could draw inferences about where they were going with the technology and what they are capable of today.As much as people may think conspiracy theorists are nuts, the secrecy and coverups by our governments may speak more loudly than they do.Posted: 2007/11/04 at 11:29 AMWith theory and conjecture on one hand, disclosure and confirmation on the other; along with a current social preoccupation with assuming the worse in any given situation. Anyone with the aim of illuminating the public to factual information against the wishes of a government has got one whammy of a juggling act on their hands.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileBut let’s put the point in context: Obama is no geek wizard. His campaign didn’t code any groundbreaking new tools or conjure up some all powerful White House nabbing algorithm. It’s convenient to picture a team of young team Obama hackers casting a digital spell over America, but to borrow an Obamian phrase that’s just sloppy thinking.The truth is, Obama is a great community organizer, and he took those skills online.He approached an existing network of pissed off progressives and transformed their anger to something positive.
12:42, yet CBC has no updates on it. Hmm, I wonder if there even was a video, would CBC even care? Would you even take 2 seconds from your complaining about a ‘lack of video of the speech’ to post that the iPhone was released? Doubt it.Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews. A physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t think much of the theory that the universe is sabotaging the project to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson.
I assuming the conflict you referring to is primarily centered around Kosovo history w/ Serbia. To answer your question: no, there isn any conflict in the country, and there really isn any conflict with bordering countries. There might be minor skirmishes in the north once in a while, but its always minor and nothing you encounter on your trip.