Interview 1413 – James Corbett on 3D Chess, Plato’s Cave and Conscious Revolution

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James Corbett joins Nathan Riva of IN-Depth Perceptions for a philosophical conversation on the deeper level of the conspiraverse. From 3D chess and Plato’s cave to conscious revolution and the nature of reality, no stone is left unturned in this “IN-depth” conversation.

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World Health Organization Widely Criticized for Claiming Vaccine Refusal Is…

Read more on this subject: Vaccines and VaccinationsNews Story Source:, New AtlasVaccine hesitancy, where people are reluctant or refuse to have themselves or their children vaccinated, is a growing trend among those fearing neg… Continue reading

Ep. 898 What's Going on With The Media?

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In this episode I address the real story behind the debunked Buzzfeed story about Trump. I also discuss Trump’s new proposal to open the government and why it’s trouble for the Democrats. Finally, I cover the astonishing testimony by a lead FBI lawyer about “abnormalities” in the FBI investigation into Trump.

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Ocasio-Cortez: World Will End in 12 Years Due to Climate Change, "This is our WWII"

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Freshman Socialist Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) warned that the world would end in 12 years unless the United States seriously addressed climate change, calling her environmental concerns “our World War II.”

Speaking at a Martin Luther King forum in New York City yesterday, Ocasio-Cortez said, “And I think the part of it that is generational is that millennials and people, in Gen Z, and all these folks that come after us are looking up and we’re like, the world is gonna end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change,” she said.

“Your biggest issue, your biggest issue is how are going to pay for it? — and like this is the war, this is our World War II,” she continued. “And I think for younger people looking at this are more like, how are we saying let’s take it easy when 3,000 Americans died last year, how are we saying let’s take it easy when the end person died from our cruel and unjust crimin
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Why the airport of the future still doesn't exist

Read more on this subject: Transportation: Air Travel
News Story Source:, BY JANET BEDNAREK
As massive new airports open across Asia and the Middle East, U.S. airports are enhancing security checkpoints with technological gadgets to screen passengers and luggage more quickly. All these projects are often touted as “airports of the future,” in which air travel will be faster, more efficient, and more enjoyable than ever before.

However, as a scholar of the history of U.S. airports, I’m most interested to see that all these shiny improvements are still struggling to solve the problems that have vexed airport managers and passengers since at least the late 1950s. Even at the dawn of the jet age, airlines had trouble moving people and bags through airports–and they still do. It’s unclear that bigger airports serving ever more passengers will have an easier time than their smaller, less crowded predecessors.

When commercial jet airliners came to the U.S. in the late 1950s, they were larger and faster than p
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Read more on this subject: Immigration
News Story Source: by Jacob G. Hornberger
That is, when we talk about immigration controls, we are not simply referring to a sign at the border that says: “Do not enter without the official permission of the U.S. government.” No immigrant would pay any attention to such a sign.

Thus, to enforce the immigration-control system, the federal  government increasingly enacts immigration-enforcement measures, which inevitably involve a violation of the libertarian non-aggression principle.

They stop people crossing the border and conduct warrantless searches of their bodies (including sometimes body cavities), cars, and cell-phones. Everyone has become so accustomed to this because it’s the system in which we have all been born and raised. But it truly is a shocking notion that a people who claim to be free have to subject themselves to this type of thing just because they are returning from a foreign country.

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Read more on this subject: Trump Administration
News Story Source:, by Jacob Engels
Well, if Stone isn’t cast, he should be.

Stone has almost single-handedly held off the Department of Justice, the FBI, overzealous Democratic Congressman and the investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller as reports of his demise have long been premature.

The Washington Post recently reported that it was “a sign that prosecutors could be moving to charge [Roger] Stone with a crime.”

MSNBC’s headline blared: “Mueller Call for Stone Transcript Suggests Charges Likely Soon.”

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s December request for an official transcript of Roger Stone’s four-and-a-half hours of House Intelligence Committee testimony meant just one thing to the mainstream media: The Democrats’ public enemy No. 1 would soon be fed to the lions.

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Exciting architecture projects to look forward to in 2019

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News Story Source:, Adam Williams
Though issues arise and buildings sometimes get delayed at the last hurdle, we’ve focused on projects that are, as of writing, expected to be completed in 2019. Read on below to see our pick and you can also hit the gallery to see more of each project.

First unveiled all the way back in 2011, the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)-led CopenHill (aka Amager Bakke) is a power station in Copenhagen with a “smoke ring generator” that will expel a steam ring each time 250 kg (551 lb) of carbon dioxide is produced. It’s also topped by a ski slope for visitors and locals to enjoy.

This one’s a lot of fun and it’s hard to imagine a firm other than BIG coming up with the idea. The power station itself is already operational but the ski slope roof is currently being tested and is expected to be open in April.

The design for Europe’s first underwater restaurant was unveiled by Snøhetta back in 2017. The last time we checked in, the project
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A Memorable Plot Twist Dominates ‘The Orville’ Episode…

Read more on this subject: Entertainment: Television (TV)
News Story Source:, By Scott Snowden
Spoilers, dead ahead!

Straight out of the starting blocks, this episode, called “Nothing Left on Earth Excepting Fishes,” looks interesting. Lt. Tharl (Patrick Warburton) makes a welcome return to the bridge, brandishing his unique brand of still-awkward-new-crewmember humor and proving that this could be developed into something very amusing. We very much hope he doesn’t disappear too soon. 

And seconds later, another surprise — dark-matter scientist Lt. Janel Tyler (Michaela McManus) pops up, despite not being listed for forthcoming episodes back when the Season 2 premiere episode “Ja’loja” aired four weeks ago. And, yes, she and Capt. Ed Mercer (Seth MacFarlane) are dating. Aww. While canoodling and watching “The King And I,” they decide to take a short break together away from the Orville.

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