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India’s Proactive Role Towards Disclosure

Posted by Admin on October 8, 2010

 

A representation of the Lion Capital of Ashoka...

The Emblem of India

 

http://www.miraclesandinspiration.com/disclosure2.html

by Scott Mowry

 

India Proactively Preparing Its Population for Extra-Terrestrial Disclosure by the Year 2012

India is clearly a country and a people on the rise.

Along with Russia, India has become one of the leading lights towards extra-terrestrial disclosure and is proactively preparing its populace for this impending event.

One of the main Indian newspapersIndia Daily, has written a series of editorials and articles over the past several years that are mincing no words that disclosure will absolutely take place by theyear 2012. It seems evident that India is at the forefront in shattering the myth and secrecy behind extra-terrestrial’s presence on Earth.

They have consistently provided a litany of secret information that is quite astonishing to consider that it is emanating from a mainstream news source. Not surprisingly, this kind of vital information simply would never be found in a mainstream US news outlet. Period!

A headline from a February 6, 2007 India Daily editorial read, “Major space agencies of the world cooperating to reveal the truth about UFOs in 2012 – why in 2012?” This editorial went on to predict that the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), along with other foreign space programs, are actively planning on revealing the extra-terrestrial presence no later than the year 2012.

“The mainstream media has started talking about UFO all on a sudden. That is the first indication that something is happening behind the scene. Why all on a sudden, the History channel, The Discovery Channel and the National Geography Channel will start broadcasting the UFO news, cover up stories and more? Even the Fox channel has joined the bandwagon,” this editorial speculates.

Coupled with a large percentage of their 1 billion people dedicated towards spiritual evolution and enlightenment, it seems all but inevitable that India will become one of the major players in the world community in the not too distant future. Particularly, if they are the first nation, or one of the first nations, to disclose the extra-terrestrial presence.

And naturally, the Indian government is one of the growing number of countries that have made the bold decision to release their heretofore secret UFO files. Hardly a coincidence. While the United States government remains blindly indifferent to acknowledging that their UFO files even exist.

What is further interesting to note is that India shares a border with Kazakhstan (part of the former Soviet Union), and China, two other nations that also appear to be taking extra-terrestrial disclosure seriously. With Kazakhstan opening the world’s first embassy for extra-terrestrials, China has seen a flurry of UFO activity during the year of 2010.

Several new videos of UFO craft have been appearing on the web and it would seem that China’s citizenry is being permitted, at least on some occasions, to reveal this footage to the world, despite the strict communist government control mechanisms.

It would be prudent to keep an eye on Russia, India and China as we march ever closer towards to eventual disclosure and the breaking of the long held secrets that we are alone in the universe.

Below are some excerpts and links from IndiaDaily.com on various extra-terrestrial news stories:

The gravity waves that propels the extraterrestrial UFOs
“Its the gravity waves that propels advanced UFOs. The energy source is the neutron stars in this dimension and dark energy in higher dimension.” Source:IndiaDaily – Apr. 26, 2010 Editorial

 

The UFO navigation interpreted as fluctuations within Quantum Vacuum – no wonder terrestrial science can never see extraterrestrial UFOs
“This article explains why the traditional physicists resist the concept of any extraterrestrial UFOs. Our terrestrial physics is blind. It just cannot ‘see’ the navigation within higher spatial dimensions or in quantum vacuum. In this article, we explain why revision of our standard basic description of gravitational phenomena is necessary, either by the introduction of dark matter or energy, or by a modification of fundamental laws of mechanics or gravitation.” Source:IndiaDaily – August 2, 2009

 

Analysis of human RNA encoding reveals stealth extraterrestrial communication through multidimensional singularities of integrated consciousness
“The stealth extraterrestrial communication through multidimensional singularities of integrated consciousness control the universes, the hyperspace, the galaxies, the black holes, the star systems, and every living beings.”Source: India Daily Technology Team July 30, 2009

 

The multidimensional singularities of integrated consciousness define core philosophy of advanced extraterrestrial civilizations
“The core philosophies of very advanced extraterrestrial civilizations are difficult to define let alone the complexities of experiencing it. The concept centers on the multidimensional singularities of integrated consciousness.” Source: India Daily Technology July 29, 2009

 

Major space agencies of the world cooperating to reveal the truth about UFOs in 2012 – why in 2012?
“They know something interesting is going to happen in December 2012… There are leaks in India from Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) that all the major Space Agencies of the world are working together to reveal something that will change the way we live and believe in things soon.” Source:IndiaDaily – February 6th, 2007 Editorial

 

Galactic alignment and formal extraterrestrial visitation – the history tells us they will expose their existence in December 2012 or after
“Galactic alignment and formal extraterrestrial visitation – the history tells us they will expose their existence in December 2012…” Source: IndiaDaily – January 4, 2007 Editorial

 

December 21, 2012 the world will change forever as major Governments are forced to confess the existence of advanced extraterrestrial UFOs
”The Maya prediction of a cataclysmic end to the world as we know it is near. Secret preparations are being made in many countries for the Governments to come out clean what they have been hiding for decades – the existence of unexplained advanced extraterrestrial UFOs.” Source: IndiaDaily – December 29, 2006 Editorial

 

December 21, 2012 – are you ready?
“December 21, 2012 – are you ready? The simultaneous polar reversal in earth and sun will throw the solar system out of whack. That will cause massive upheaval in the earth. At that point of time, the extraterrestrials will officially show up and put “cosmic seat belts” around us as they apply the superpower of the Hyperspace to bring the solar system back to what it is today.” Source:IndiaDaily – August 2, 2006 Editorial

 

International Space Agencies getting ready for accepting the inevitable – UFOs and Extraterrestrial civilizations exist
“International Space Agencies are getting ready for accepting the inevitable – UFOs and Extraterrestrial civilizations exist. The declaration is expected in 2012 December.” Source: IndiaDaily – April 12, 2006 Editorial

 

What will happen on December 21, 2012? How the world is getting ready for that day?
“According to some scientists it is possible that another Universe is slowly starting to claim a spatial dimension in our physical Universe. It is also possible that we will face major calamities because of the polar reversal in the Sun and in Earth. If that happens, it is possible that the hyperspace has to adjust the suction force known as gravity and Electromagnetic force fields to keep the earth and the solar system intact.” Source: IndiaDaily – August 23, 2005 Editorial

 

2012 – official revealing visit from M15 Globular Star Cluster
“UFO researchers now believe that the aliens from this star cluster who visit us regularly will finally in 2012 expose themselves to us. They are preparing for the totally astounding event for a long time.” Source: IndiaDaily – July 29, 2005 Editorial

 

An orderly visit of Extraterrestrial Federation in 2012 representing 88 star constellations – the world is getting ready for the most spectacular event
“The world is getting ready for something spectacular in 2012. According to researchers, the Federation of the Universe representing all the 88 star constellations will officially visit earth in 2012 and reveal themselves.” Source:IndiaDaily – May 12, 2005 Editorial

 

Evidence of Extra-Terrestrial Technologies in ancient India and Egypt
“Evidence of very advanced technologies thousands of years back in India and Egypt is becoming evident as we reclaim the realms of technology. The number of temples in India is so large; it is impossible to believe that they were created with primitive technologies.” Source: IndiaDaily – February 6, 2005

 

Evidence of Inter Space Agency secret protocols guided by extraterrestrial guidelines of the Universe
“A secret common protocol exists that are honored by all the international space agencies. This became evident recently as China started implanting the manned lunar travel mission.” Source: IndiaDaily – January 23, 2005 Editorial

 

India may be the first country to explain to the world about extra-terrestrial and UFO contacts – the secret debate is on
“New Delhi is in the middle of a big secret internal debate. On one side the largest democracy of the world is eager to explain to its citizens and to the world about the ongoing contacts with the UFOs and extra-terrestrials. On the other hand there are invisible untold international protocols that prohibit doing anything that may cause worldwide fear and panic.” Source: IndiaDaily – January 6, 2005 Editorial

 

Remote viewing Tibetan monks see Extra Terrestrial powers saving the World from destroying itself in 2012
”Remote viewing Tibetan monks see Extra Terrestrial powers saving the World from destroying itself in 2012.” Source: IndiaDaily – December 26, 2004 Editorial

 

Why are Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and China National Space Administration (CNSA) tight lipped about recent encounters with UFOs?
“Many are hinting that in 2012 there will be an official landing in six different countries all over the world. India is one of the six chosen.” Source: IndiaDaily –November 1, 2004 Editorial

 

Sources in the Government and UFO researchers opine like America, India is on the verge of gaining military and civilian technologies from extraterrestrial visitors! Another major superpower?
“India is also learning about the order of Universe – the common courtesy and the law of the Universe. Some say year 2012 is when they will land on earth.”Source: IndiaDaily – October 13, 2004 Editorial

 

More UFOs on Indian sky – what is happening on the Indian side of Himalayas? Are they planning to land? Close Encounters? Are they building a base?
“Some UFO researchers say that beings from K-9 constellation will land on the earth and expose themselves finally in 2012.” Source: IndiaDaily – October 9, 2004 Editorial

More India Daily Editorials and articles can be found in their archives.

 

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Collective Intelligence: Number of Women in Group Linked to Effectiveness in Solving Difficult Problems

Posted by Admin on October 8, 2010

Group Dynamics

Group Dynamics

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/09/100930143339.htm

ScienceDaily (Oct. 2, 2010) — When it comes to intelligence, the whole can indeed be greater than the sum of its parts. A new study co-authored by MIT, Carnegie Mellon University, and Union College researchers documents the existence of collective intelligence among groups of people who cooperate well, showing that such intelligence extends beyond the cognitive abilities of the groups’ individual members, and that the tendency to cooperate effectively is linked to the number of women in a group.


Many social scientists have long contended that the ability of individuals to fare well on diverse cognitive tasks demonstrates the existence of a measurable level of intelligence in each person. In a study published Sept. 30, in the advance online issue of the journalScience, the researchers applied a similar principle to small teams of people. They discovered that groups featuring the right kind of internal dynamics perform well on a wide range of assignments, a finding with potential applications for businesses and other organizations.

“We set out to test the hypothesis that groups, like individuals, have a consistent ability to perform across different kinds of tasks,” says Anita Williams Woolley, the paper’s lead author and an assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business. “Our hypothesis was confirmed,” continues Thomas W. Malone, a co-author and Patrick J. McGovern Professor of Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management. “We found that there is a general effectiveness, a group collective intelligence, which predicts a group’s performance in many situations.”

That collective intelligence, the researchers believe, stems from how well the group works together. For instance, groups whose members had higher levels of “social sensitivity” were more collectively intelligent. “Social sensitivity has to do with how well group members perceive each other’s emotions,” says Christopher Chabris, a co-author and assistant professor of psychology at Union College in New York. “Also, in groups where one person dominated, the group was less collectively intelligent than in groups where the conversational turns were more evenly distributed,” adds Woolley. And teams containing more women demonstrated greater social sensitivity and in turn greater collective intelligence compared to teams containing fewer women.

To arrive at their conclusions, the researchers conducted studies at MIT’s Center for Collective Intelligence and Carnegie Mellon, in which 699 people were placed in groups of two to five. The groups worked together on tasks that ranged from visual puzzles to negotiations, brainstorming, games and complex rule-based design assignments. The researchers concluded that a group’s collective intelligence accounted for about 40 percent of the variation in performance on this wide range of tasks.

Moreover, the researchers found that the performance of groups was not primarily due to the individual abilities of the group’s members. For instance, the average and maximum intelligence of individual group members did not significantly predict the performance of their groups overall.

Only when analyzing the data did the co-authors suspect that the number of women in a group had significant predictive power. “We didn’t design this study to focus on the gender effect,” Malone says. “That was a surprise to us.” However, further analysis revealed that the effect seemed to be explained by the higher social sensitivity exhibited by females, on average. “So having group members with higher social sensitivity is better regardless of whether they are male or female,” Woolley explains.

Malone believes the study applies to many kinds of organizations. “Imagine if you could give a one-hour test to a top management team or a product development team that would allow you to predict how flexibly that group of people would respond to a wide range of problems that might arise,” he says. “That would be a pretty interesting application. We also think it’s possible to improve the intelligence of a group by changing the members of a group, teaching them better ways of interacting or giving them better electronic collaboration tools.”

Woolley and Malone say they and their co-authors “definitely intend to continue research on this topic,” including studies on the ways groups interact online, and they are “considering further studies on the gender question.” Still, they believe their research has already identified a general principle indicating how the whole adds up to something more than the sum of its parts. As Woolley explains, “It really calls into question our whole notion of what intelligence is. What individuals can do all by themselves is becoming less important; what matters more is what they can do with others and by using technology.”

“Having a bunch of smart people in a group doesn’t necessarily make the group smart,” concludes Malone.

In addition to Woolley, Malone and Chabris, the other co-authors were Alexander Pentland, the Toshiba Professor of Media Arts & Science at the MIT Media Lab; and Nada Hashmi, a doctoral candidate at MIT Sloan.

Editor’s Note: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

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New Obama security adviser clashed with military

Posted by Admin on October 8, 2010

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama named close aide Tom Donilon as his top security adviser on Friday, elevating a skeptic of the U.S. troop surge in Afghanistan to coordinate a major review of the war.

Donilon, 55, was among Obama’s advisers reported to have counseled the president last year to resist Pentagon requests for a larger troop increase to combat Taliban militants. Obama eventually agreed to send an extra 30,000 soldiers.

“Those of us who support the war effort maybe should be a wee bit concerned,” said Michael O’Hanlon, a senior fellow at the BrookingsInstitution.

The president told congressional leaders in a letter this week he had no plans for any major changes in his Afghanistan war strategy, at least for now. A comprehensive review of that strategy is set for December.

Obama ordered the extra 30,000 troops to Afghanistan last December but also announced they would start coming home in July 2011. His plan calls for stepped-up training of Afghan forces to take over increasing responsibility from foreign troops in the war that began in late 2001.

At a White House ceremony, Obama praised outgoing national security adviser Jim Jones, a former Marine general, calling him a dedicated public servant who had held one of the most difficult jobs in the administration.

Naming Donilon as his replacement, Obama said: “We have some huge challenges ahead. We remain a country at war.”

At a Pentagon briefing, Defense Secretary Robert Gates tried to play down suggestions of tensions with Donilon, after he was quoted as saying in a new book that Donilon would be a “disaster” as national security adviser.

“I have and have had a very productive and very good working relationship with Tom Donilon, contrary to what you may have read, and I look forward to continue working with him,” Gates said.

The resignation of Jones had been expected as part of a mid-term reshuffle at the White House, although he was thought to be going after the November 2 congressional election.

Gates has signaled his intention to resign sometime in 2011. Admiral Mike Mullen, the top U.S. military officer, is also expected to retire.

The series of departures will give Obama an opportunity to reshape his national security team as the United States tries to find an exit strategy from the unpopular war in Afghanistan, to wind down the war in Iraq and to pursue a multi-pronged strategy to end nuclear standoffs with Iran and North Korea.

(Additional reporting by Caren Bohan and David Alexander; Editing by John O’Callaghan)

 

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Unemployment Dilemma Goes Beyond Supply and Demand

Posted by Admin on October 8, 2010

by: Paul Krugman, Krugman & Co. | Op-Ed

 

 

 

 

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Ronald D. Choler, 47, gets feedback at a jobs fair near Chicago. The unemployment rate in the United States is above 9 percent. (Photo: Sally Ryan for The New York Times)

The economic slump continues in the United States, as does the debate over where all the jobs have gone, and when — or if — they might return.

Mike Konczal, a fellow at the Roosevelt Institute, recently posted an excellent piece on his blog in which he examined why unemployment remains so high. He points out: “There are two theories at work. The first is a story of aggregate demand. The second theory is one of a mismatch in skills.”

What he doesn’t say explicitly — although it’s clearly implied — is that these two theories have very different policy implications. If the issue is aggregate demand (which is the total amount of goods and services that will be purchased in a given time frame) we should be doing everything we can to raise demand, including embarking on fiscal expansion and unconventional monetary policy. If it’s a mismatch in skills in the labor market, we should do nothing, because any effort to create jobs leaves part of the work of depressions undone. In this case, an economic slump actually serves a useful purpose, by ushering in economic change — which would mean that stimulating the economy, even through monetary policy, would be a mistake. So how do we decide which theory applies?

The answer is to look at the evidence — specifically, to ask whether what we see bears the signature of one story or the other. The aggregate demand story suggests that we should see depressed employment in all industries as workers of every skill type face a poor job market. The mismatch story says that we should see surpluses of labor in some places and shortages in others.

And Mr. Konczal shows that the data overwhelmingly fits the demand story, not the mismatch story. Every major industry in the United States has seen a rise in involuntary part-time work; so has every key occupation. There is no hint that labor in any sector is in short supply.

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Let’s look at another piece of evidence — something I have touched on in recent columns. A September survey from the National Federation of Independent Business shows that smaller companies are much more concerned about weak sales than taxes or regulation, and concerns about the quality of available labor have plunged.

This strongly suggests that the labor market is weak in all sectors, and businesses are having no trouble finding the workers they need. But once they find those workers, given weak demand, the businesses just don’t know what to do with them.

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Backstory: The Roots of Joblessness

The National Bureau of Economic Research issued a welcome report on Sept. 20: the recession that began in December 2007 in the United States ended in June 2009.

This does not mean that economic indicators have quickly bounced back to pre-2007 levels. While the United States’s gross domestic product has grown since June 2009, the unemployment rate has remained high, and it now stands at about 9.6 percent. Economists are attempting to determine whether or not the underlying cause of the unemployment is structural in nature — affecting some parts of the economy but not others — or if it is cyclical.

The question is not merely academic, since a structural shift in the economy would mean that some jobs will never return. In this case, the composition of the entire workforce would have to change in order for the United States to remain economically vibrant and competitive.

While some economists have warned that the United States is undergoing a structural shift, skeptics point out that job losses have been spread across all sectors and regions, with all types of workers facing layoffs, no matter their age, occupation or level of education. Jobs have not returned due to the recovery’s feebleness, they say, rather than to any permanent change in the job market.

Still, there are no simple solutions. The economy would need to grow at an annual rate of 2.5 percent just to keep unemployment at its current high level, according to economists. Unfortunately, in the second quarter of this year, the annualized rate of growth was only 1.6 percent, with a similar rate projected for the third.

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Paul Krugman joined The New York Times in 1999 as a columnist on the Op-Ed page and continues as a professor of economics and international affairs at Princeton University. He was awarded the Nobel in economic science in 2008.

Mr Krugman is the author or editor of 20 books and more than 200 papers in professional journals and edited volumes, including “The Return of Depression Economics” (2008) and “The Conscience of a Liberal” (2007).

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Hungary Toxic Sludge Could Cause Long-Term Environmental Damage

Posted by Admin on October 8, 2010

Toxic Sludge

Hungary - Toxic Sludge

by: Phil Cain  |  The Christian Science Monitor | Report

Kolontár, Hungary – Workers with red-stained hands covered this town and others in southwest Hungary on Wednesday, cleaning the toxic sludge that remains from the wave of red mud that poured out of a nearby alumina refinery’s reservoir Monday.

The heavy rains, which pushed the dam at one of the Ajkai Aluminia Refinery’s 10 containment pools beyond its limits, have subsided. Now, clean-up crews are trying to limit the damage from the 35 million cubic feet of spilled toxic muck, which is the byproduct of the alumina refining process, that has left a thick, rust-red icing for miles around.

Officials worry that the highly caustic spill, which has already been blamed for four deaths and scores of injuries, will contaminate drinking water supplies, rivers, crops, and ecosystems throughout southwest Hungary. Officials are also searching for at least three people who remain missing.

On Wednesday, Hungary opened a criminal investigation into the cause of the spill and the European Union called for authorities to take every measure to contain the environmental damage.

As the sludge dries, officials say, fine particles that make up the red sludge could become airborne and inhaled. Environmentalists say they hope the disaster will bolster their arguments that storing the sludge, which contains heavy metalsin open reservoirs should be outlawed.

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While officials are concentrating on cleaning up the affected towns, there appears to be little attention paid to the acres of spoiled fields.

Hungarians living in the most seriously affected areas have been evacuated, but the authorities allowed them back Wednesday to collect belongings not ruined in the flood.

In a community center in Devecser, officials handed out rubber boots and rations of cheese and bread rolls in plastic bags.

Zita Soha, who is helping distribute clean water and food, says there was no warning before the sludge swept through her town. Their only clue that the refinery’s dam had burst was the sound of water. “At 12:30 on Monday, we heard the sound of rushing water,” she says. “What will happen next? We just don’t know.”

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said authorities were caught off guard by the disaster since the plant and reservoir had been inspected only two weeks earlier and no irregularities had been found.

The huge reservoir, which is more than 1,000 feet long and 1,500 feet wide, was no longer leaking Wednesday but a triple-tiered protective wall was being built around its damaged area.

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