Tuesday, May 22, 2012

We Get Letters

Posted By on Tue, May 22, 2012 at 12:03 AM

"Hey, you guys must get some pretty good letters at the Bohemian, huh?"

"Well, if by 'pretty good' you mean 'batshit insane,' then yeah, totally."

"Like what?"

"Well, like... let's see... here's one in the inbox right now. Want me to read it to you?"


"Okay, here it is:


Kidnapping burying evidence obstruction cover up with tons of evidence. Smart engineered kidnapping. I am used as energy and genetic access for communal amalgamated pyramid schemes. I have been kidnapped and tortured, mostly solitary for over a decade. Desperation to bury the story because of blatant guilt of conspiracy and huge media cover up.
Reality is they stole my wallet, locked me out of my house to be murdered  because of the smell of my true blood. Predicated with extreme poverty. I am passively stalked, shunned, locked out of competent resource interactions to keep kidnapped in plain sight. I supply a ton of power and receive nothing. Diplomas in arrears that are used as constant energy and ID theft clone replicants, plastic latex.

Louis Marx Capital Principal Genetic engineered hacking, distribution of genetic power as chemical latex plastic combinations while relegating me to slave status. Pertains to fraternity scheme based at Cornell. Delta Chi was founded at Cornell and is the energy grid. I was initiated omega of the nu class, ON or NO. AON. Marathon Oil in St. John the Baptist Parish, Garyville where my Grandmother was born, Rosemary. Marathon Oil Tower, AON? This is used as a basis for energy conductivity. Interconnectivity based upon circulatory energy and rank relegation. My Families power is extracted and redistributed and we are relegated to a very low status, energy is used to access assets as energy keys. Sigma Delta Chi, Indianapolis, Quills. INDiANA is huge, Eli Lilly, Lucas oil of Corona. Power distribution scheme, access distribution of powerful genetic code to the system while relegating source to slave status and addicted reliant cover up. I tried to write books of this and blacklisted unable to access competent resources. It is a huge gamble exposure.
Fenway Partners, Riddell, Easton, helmets, ARES Simmons mattresses. Huge cover up in Los Angeles, AON Tower.
There is a connection between Cornell and Presbyterian wedding of my Mother that validates the scheme within the Church and State. Cornell Presbyterian Medical on 69th Street. Caldwell Chapel at Seminary in Louisville. Caldwell Building at Cornell. Yet I am literally a pet slave?
I am literally a slave after being attacked viciously for so many years to bury my body deep, hacking my person to bury me in a dungeon. Dungeons and dragons dice tables, Actuary precedence exists. The nothing of statistics as life. Troll Lord games in Arkansas.
I am boycotted from earning money to put my Families Estate in order and protect us with competent resources. Theoretically we are worth a ton in energy. I want to audit the source and value of power contributed but I am not allowed the resources, story is buried. True Blood oxymoron, what is validation, fame is tangible proof? I tried to sell books to raise money to hire lawyers but I am literally ostracized boots shunned, no references, Anthony Marx public library, Royalty Free Freedonia?
I was spotlighted stalked and stabbed and speared and left to bleed to death riddled with poison code. I am malnutrition atrophy from parasites and being buried deep. Connection between Dow Corning, Midlands? PlatiNUm, elastomer, plastics? ADMidland, Nutropin, HGH, redistributing genetic power and assets, radioactive steroids.
I am stuck in Savannah. I am known people just leave to rot and waste away as a kidnapped slave while I supply energy as slavery.

"You're kidding me."

"Nope. The best part is at the bottom, where he says, as its own solitary paragraph:

There is a ton of evidence.

And that's the end."

"Dude, that's fucking ridiculous."
"Tell me about it." 

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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Here's Tom Waits Talking for Six Awesome Minutes About John Baldessari

Posted By on Wed, May 16, 2012 at 10:56 PM

If you don't know anything about the great conceptual artist John Baldessari, there may be no better short introduction than the six-minute video below, which is expertly edited and narrated by Tom Waits. But even if you're the world's biggest expert on Baldessari, you'll love this wild ride through Baldessari's life, interspersed with banal objects from his workspace—his pushpins, his desk, his dog, his wi-fi password. And you really can't beat the way Waits pronounces "Biennale."

Watch below:

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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Extended Play: Talking with Apollo 9 Astronaut Rusty Schweickart

Posted By on Thu, May 3, 2012 at 12:21 PM


Our recent news story about Apollo 9 astronaut Russell “Rusty” Schweickart’s presentation at the Smith Rafael Film Center in San Rafael focused not only on the event, but on Schweickart’s work preventing asteroids from colliding with Earth. The nature of this work is worth taking a closer look, and here are some key points, illustrated by Schweickart himself as recorded during our interview.

Preventable Natural Disaster
The idea of an asteroid hitting the Earth isn’t just science fiction – it has actually happened several times. It’s what killed the dinosaurs, and even happened on a smaller scale just 100 years ago in Siberia. But unlike hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes, we can prevent this potentially massive natural disaster and save millions of lives.

But who should be in charge of this? It’s not a geology thing, it’s not a weather thing, it’s more like a space thing. There’s a branch of Government for that, right? The United States’ NASA is a leader in space technology. But there is nothing in its charter about public safety, and that’s what this project falls under.

The Tunguska Event, as it’s referred to, was an asteroid about 120 feet in diameter, by most estimates, that impacted Earth in 1908 in rural Siberia. It’s power was equal to about 185 Hiroshima bombs, and it exploded above the ground, sending a massive shock wave that stripped bark off trees and created an impact area of about 800 square miles.

This is NASA’s 100-year anniversary description of the event, which I think is pretty well-done from a historical and scientific standpoint. There are also many photos, which aid in grasping the immense power an impact like this could have if it had happened in a populated area.

Considering AG5, which pretty much has a 1-in-500 chance of hitting Earth, is larger than Tunguska, it’s a scary thought. But there is a way to prevent this from happening, and I think Apollo 9 astronaut Rusty Schweickart makes a good case for putting some resources toward deflection of collision-course asteroids.

‘This is Katrina’
Before Katrina, government officials had been telling everyone who would listen that the levees around New Orleans could not withstand a major hurricane. When Katrina hit, it became apparent that maybe someone should have listened to them. It would not have cost a ton of money to save the lives of thousands, let alone the property damage and national embarrassment of the response effort.

Schweickart feels this is a similar situation, but magnified hundreds of times. If a large asteroid hit the planet, millions could die, and there likely could not be a rebuilding effort.

But just because science tells us the odds of an NEA hitting Earth right now doesn’t mean those odds will remain the same. As recently as 2009, The NEA known as Apophis made headlines when it was deemed to have greater than a 2 percent chance of impact, the highest ever reported. For something this large (900 feet in diameter), results would be catastrophic, especially if it hit in the ocean.

But further tracking of the asteroid shows it now has a 1-in-135,000 chance of impact, or 0.00074 percent.

AG5, which is about half the size of Apophis, current has a 1-in-500 chance of hitting Earth, but that’s a 0.2 percent chance of impact. We will know more in 2029 when it comes closest to Earth. At that time, if it passes through a predetermined “keyhole” in space, it will almost certainly return 11 years later on course for impact. But by that time, it might be too late to plan, build and implement a deflection system by the impact date.

High-Priced Entertainment
The change in Apophis’s impact potential can be used to highlight the importance of more funding in this area. There are changes in the paths of NEAs all the time, including those not deemed threatening at this time. There are also plenty out there flying around the solar system undetected.

Schweickart makes the argument that space exploration is well and good, but it will not save lives. (Editorial comment: Unless Newt Gingrich becomes president, because he has pledged, in his second term, to establish a U.S. colony on the moon.) Schweickart says, “Science and exploration are high-priced entertainment.”

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