Friday, November 2, 2007

Friday is daybreak

Some folks trust to reason others trust to might, I don't trust to nothin', but I know it comes out right. Say it once again now, whoa, I hope you'll understand. When it's done and over, lord, a man is just a man. Playin', playin' in the band. Daybreak, daybreak on the land. Some folks look for answers others look for fights, some folks up in treetops just a looking for their kites. Whoa, I can tell your future just look what's in your hand, but I can't stop for nothin' I'm just playing in the band. Playin', playin' in the band. Daybreak, daybreak on the land. Standin' on a tower world at my command, you just keep a turnin' while I'm playing in the band. And if a man among you got no sin upon his hand, let him cast a stone at me for playing in the band. Playin', playin' in the band. Daybreak, daybreak on the land.

"When we talk about war, we're really talking about peace." -George W. Bush [politics] (

MIT invents Force Feed Suit [science] (

Something good comes out of the fast food industry: St. Jude's Children's Hospital receives an anonymous letter containing a $1 million McDonald's Monopoly game piece. (

Cheney Impeachment Headed For House Floor [politics] (

Space required to transport the same number of people via car, bus, or bicycle (pic) (

I like the fact that Kucinich has seen a UFO. It's one more bit of evidence that he's a man who has the courage to explore the edges of what it is to be human [politics] (

Researchers Create First Fully Functional Nanotube Radio [science] (

The army is able to make invisible tanks. Will the Afghanistan war be any different in the next 3 years? [science] (

Waterproof, recyclable concrete – just add Hycrete [science] (

"The Thumbprint of God" - the mathematical phenomenon of the Mandelbrot Set [science] (

Growing computers on trees [science] (

Scientists Create Super Mouse - Can Run For Hours; It Lives Longer; Has More Sex; Eats More Without Gaining Weight... [science] (

Severely weakened by leukemia treatments, John Kanzius drew on his lifetime of working with radio waves to devise a machine that targets cancer cells. The miracle: It works. [science] (

Bush tells Dems war denial is dangerous==> compares them to people who ignored the rise of Hitler and Lenin [politics] (

OIL prices aren't rising - the US dollar is plummeting! [politics] (

CNN: Colbert off the ballot :( [politics] (

If we don't fight hard enough for the things we stand for, at some point we have to recognize that we don't really stand for them. (

Understandably many people fear that with no drug laws, we would have hundreds of thousands of addicts, crack babies, children trying drugs, and other evils. But that's what we have now. [politics] (

11 Phenomenal Images of Earth (

24 Powerful Relaxation Techniques (

Thursday, November 1, 2007

Thursday is 100

Hello, and welcome to the 100th blog post. I hope you have enjoyed the Daily Dose as much as I have enjoyed posting. It's great to keep track of the news articles that actually matter, rather then celebrity gossip. Seriously, what has news deteriorated into? Thank god for the internet.

H.R. 1955: one of the most blatant attacks against the Constitution yet and actually defines thought crimes as homegrown terrorism. [politics] (

Canadian Dollar hits 130-year high, (>$1.06 USD) [] (

The War on Whistle-Blowers: Congress Wants to Give Whistle-Blowers Greater Protection -- but President Bush Vows to Stop it [politics] (

US plans 'robot troops' for Iraq (

No Joke: Cheney dresses dog as Darth Vader -- [Pic] [politics] (

Official Statement Confirms Detonations on 9/11 [politics] (

Merchants of War: Defense contractors made a killing on Bush's 'war on terror' [politics] (

Is the Entire Republican Party Secretly Gay? [politics] (

Iranian President criticizes US' double standard in terror campaign [politics] (

Source: Colbert is filing to run as a Dem, GOP too costly [politics] (

Japan ends its support for US in Indian Ocean, withdraws its warships. [politics] (

Here's What Waterboarding Looks Like...If Michael Mukasey Can't Say it's Torture, He Can't be Attorney General [politics] (

Economic slavery and burdensome debt, not freedom and democracy, is what we are imposing upon Iraq, with the blessings of an oblivious and propagandized citizenry. [politics] (

Chicago Public Radio reports extensively on the crashed drug plane (you know, the one carrying tons of cocaine which was formerly used for CIA rendition flights) [] (

How Motivational Speakers Aid in Self Improvement (

Scientists Discover New Way To Make Water (

Space Particles to 'X-Ray' Hidden Pyramids (

Strange Sleep Disorders and the Need for Quality Sleep [] (

28 Dog Facts That Might Surprise You (

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Wednesday's a road

When the road gets too long and you run all out of sun, and the pain gets too much to bear. Turn around, turn around. Turn around, and I'll be there, like a road. Like a Road leading home when you wake up and start to cry and you need some place to go and you want some company that really cares, turn around... When the grey clouds pass you by and the road you travel on doesn't seem to be goin' anywhere, turn around...

Oil From A Stone - The U.S. may have an oil reserve 3 times larger than Saudi Arabia's (

Little known fact: Hillary Clinton served on the Wal-Mart board of directors from 1986 to 1992. [politics] (

Is U.S. stuck in Internet's slow lane? (

Never Get Busted Again - retired narcotics officer tells public how to avoid getting arrested for holding (

Paranoid Much? $43.5 Billion Spying Budget for Year, Not Including Military [politics] (

Attacking Iran for Israel? [politics] (

During the Democrat debates, Kucinich declares that he has seen a UFO and Bill Richardson says the government didn't come clean on Roswell. [politics] (

500-million-year old jellyfish fossil found in Utah. [science] (

Israel has capability to take out every major city in Europe. refuses to sign Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons & Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention; no inspections of nuke facilities [politics] (

The Web is Agreement (huge map) [programming] (

Kucinich: Is it time to question Bush's mental health? [politics] (

Monks marching again in Burma. (

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Tuesday is incandescent

You are a book for me to read, line after line. I read on and on. You are a film for me to see, a string of frames that just goes on and on and on. And of all the places that I've been, name after name, it just goes on and on. You are a song for me to sing, a string of verses that goes on and on and on.

The first thing politicians do to hide their mismanagement is inflate the currency; the second thing they do is go to war. Our currency has been inflated and we are at war. [politics] (

Bush Insiders Describe How This Administration Starts Wars [politics] (

Iran had basically surrendered to us in 2003 -- and we refused their offer of turning in all of their terrorist allies and completely stopping their nuclear program. [politics] (

Op-ed piece comparing the French Revolution to the "war on terror" also makes note of origination of the term "terrorist" [politics] (

US using torture techniques pioneered by Nazi's. Godwin be damned. (

Our Lovely, Transparent State Department is Busted Again Trying to Protect Poor, Innocent Blackwater. [politics] (

EXCLUSIVE: FBI Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds Will Now Tell All - and Faces Charges if Necessary - to Any Major Television Network That Will Let Her (

Iran Says Documents Show U.S. is Backing Terrorists [politics] (

US said Waterboarding was a War Crime in 1947 (

BBC: Million back comic for president [politics] (

Five Lies you probably believe as fact if you get your news from the US mainstream media (

Obama, Paul, Kucinich, and Gravel would let you Google the government. Clinton, Edwards, McCain, Thompson and Giuliani would not. [politics] (

US quietly backing Egyptian nuclear program as White House slams Iran [politics] (

Giant underwater lab project started [science] (

How Animal Psychology Can Save Your Marriage And Make Your Change How Other People Act [science] (

An Excellent Post on the Limitations of Science [science] (

Source of ‘optimism’ found in the brain [science] (

There was a time when food allergies were of little concern to the medical community. Today about 11 million Americans suffer from them. [science] (

Why They Called It the Manhattan Project [science] (

Geometric Syrian Artifacts Wow Scientists [science] (

Why the brain believes supernatural phenomena exist [science] (

This week, 235 scientific and medical journals organized to address poverty and human developement, in simultaneously-published issues. 'Nature' rises to the occasion (all articles are free!) [science] (

Smarty Plants: Inside the World's Only Plant-Intelligence Lab [science] (

Cancer breakthrough as ultraviolet light is used to destroy tumours [science] (

Will someone living today still be alive in 2150? At stake is not only a wager but also the answer to fundamental questions about the biology of aging and the ability we have to stretch our life span. [science] (

The mice stand there for 15 minutes a day, five days a week. Afterward, they have 27 percent less fat than mice that did not stand on the platform [science] (

Forget the conventional wisdom. U.S. schools are turning out more capable science and engineering grads than the job market can support [science] (

Confirmed: Bush suppressing CDC science [science] (

The Aspartame Scandal: This Artificial Sweetener is the Thalidomide of the 90's [science] (

Monday, October 29, 2007

Monday for a brighter future

Ever wonder what your imagination is? Sometimes I recall memories that never happened. The only logical explanation I can attach to this phenomena is that these memories are repressed memories from either past lives, or a passed down knowledge from our ancestors. Our species has been evolving for quite some time, and there must be some sort of regeneration of ideas that have lingered either in our DNA genetic makeup code, or even better in the cognitive sections of our brains.

Sometimes using the imagination as a window to our dreams, hopes, and fears is a little too real for me. Maybe it’s just the hallucinogenic back round I come from, but I strongly believe these sort of images and memories are actual past events. Such evidence occurs from people recounting events that they have never experienced. There are 2 options on deciding what these events actually are. The first, logical explanation is that our human brains are so far advanced that they can muster up these images and thoughts and play them off as pure imagination. Something purely fictitious that has occurred from obtaining subconscious ideas from the exterior i.e. television, magazines, stories and creating a reality from them.

But then there’s the other side. From experiencing ‘Lucid Dreaming', a blend of external information that is melted into several dreams over the course of a nights sleep, seem too real to not be. We all know dreams are completely inside the head, but as is everything else that we know and experience. Take a moment and contemplate this: everything you have ever heard, seen, smelled, touched, and tasted have all been obtained by our 5 senses. Every other imaginable interaction we can either not recognize or do not know how to, yet. Some people claim to have the ‘6th sense’ or a ‘third eye’. This is basically just a spiritual interaction wherein you can identify that there is something greater then us that has a hold on us, or looks over us. Religion has manipulated this idea into many different versions, but the best example I can give you is that we are all jellyfish swimming in an ocean, and that ocean is the divinity, or ‘god’. We have just personified this feeling to help understand this power and even bring ourselves closer to it, as if we were on the same level.

Getting back to my main point here, I believe that repressed thoughts that suddenly ‘come’ to us, come for a purpose. For instance, when you forget a particular detail, and it ‘comes’ to you later on- that isn’t an accident. If you can put your mind outside the box for a moment, imagine yourself as a radio. You have your dial set to a frequency, i.e. 97.5 or 101.7. What constitutes as a ‘radio station’ are objects that are beyond our radar – we do not have a sensory organ to confirm their existence. Only our brain power tuned to the right frequency can detect these sorts of projections. Tuning to the correct frequency opens up a gateway of knowledge that projects you in the correct direction, or following your ‘3rd eye’. So remembering these abstract incidences come to you when your ‘radio antenna’ tunes to the correct ‘frequency’ and obtains the knowledge from the ‘radio tower’. Yea, that’s pretty out of the box, good luck to most of you who have no idea what I’m rambling on about now.

In conclusion, memories are obtained. We receive memories, thoughts, and ideas from these ‘radio towers’ and they help project and excel our civilization, and only the people that learn to tune themselves to the frequency needed can advance our civilization. Even on a smaller scale, these adaptations used in the correct manner can improve one’s life tremendously. The trick is knowing how to set your dial. We can tune into memories and thoughts from previous generations that have been left for us. A sort of ‘internal history’ or an ‘unwritten history’. I believe tapping into this will bring great knowledge. Good luck, and Good day!

Travelers Beware: Homeland Security is Googling You [politics] (

Homeland Security strikes deal with New York on driver's licenses [politics] (

Legal Tender - U.S. Treasury say There is no Federal statute mandating that a private business, person, or organization must accept cash or coins as for payment for goods/services. [] (

Washington Post: Every Time We Write An Article About Ron Paul, Our Web Traffic Goes Through The Roof. His Support Is Real. [politics] (

The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race [] (

Arnold Schwarzenegger says marijuana is not a drug, 'it's a leaf' [] (

Judiciary Committee Creates Anonymous E-Mail Address For Reporting Corruption. 2. 150 People Blow the Whistle 3. Justice Sends *All* Whistleblower Names to Dick Cheney [politics] (

Youngsters are missing out on their childhood because we over-protect them (

Quantum Consciousness and the Penrose Fallacy (