Brian Eno - Eno (documentary, 1973. Why People Believe in Conspiracy Theories. Conspiracy theories are not a new phenomenon, but they seem to have risen to the forefront of consciousness in recent years.
Some controversial examples of such theories include the belief that terrorist attacks and mass shootings were staged events orchestrated by the U.S. government. Other examples include the belief that the pharmaceutical industry intentionally spreads diseases or that vaccines cause illness rather than prevent them. While it might seem like these beliefs are rare or even pathological, research has shown that they are surprisingly common. One study found that half of all Americans believe in at least one conspiracy theory.1 What Is a Conspiracy Theory?
A conspiracy theory can be defined as the belief that there are groups that meet in secret to plan and carry out malevolent goals. Piece of 1872 shipwreck linked to pirate legend emerges near Sleeping Bear Dunes. LEELANAU COUNTY, MI - Gale-force winds may have driven a two-masted schooner named the Jennie & Annie to its deadly demise near Empire nearly 150 years ago, but Mother Nature has a way of unearthing pieces of this shipwreck every few years as a maritime history lesson.
Heavy wave action and shifting sands have again brought a piece of the 137-foot wooden ship’s wreckage to float at the shoreline along Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Kim Kelderhouse, curator of collections for the nearby Leelanau Historical Society Museum, heard the schooner’s pieces had made a reappearance recently. The real story of US democracy isn’t the drama. It’s the complete unresponsiveness to it - The Correspondent. This sluggish pulse is not what you think it is.
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This, in turn, led to massive social unrest. While many countries opted to restore order in whatever way they could, three notables established fascist governments: Spain, under Francisco Franco following a brutal civil war; Italy, under Benito Mussolini; and Germany, under Adolf Hitler. Fascist uprisings, however, did not only occur in those countries. In France, the Action Française, originally a monarchist movement formed in 1898, restyled itself a fascist organization and supported Italy and Spain.
The British Union of Fascists claimed over 50,000 members at its height, and Canada had the National Unity Party, an amalgamation of smaller fascist and nationalist parties. Chocolate, 2010. Google. Creating The Illusion Of A Different Body. Copyright © 2011 NPR.
How to Make Cinemagraphs — Still Photos that Move Like Movies! Yup, that picture moves.
Nope, you’re not going crazy! ‘Cause who said photos can only feature “still” life? Inspired by the moving pictures created by photographer and motion designer duo Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg, we set out to make the magic happen. Make your pictures move like ours did with a some Photoshop magic! Make DIY Moving Photos! What Makes ‘Em Move? Photos can show movement when made into GIFs. GIFs stand for Graphics Interchange Format, and it’s a bitmap image format that supports animation. How-To: Cinemagraphs. Labs Utilities Project Photofly 2.0.
40 Google+ Tips and Tricks for Power Users. July 27, 2011, 8:24 AM — Google+ is all the rage right now.
Even under its limited-invite "field trial" phase, the social sharing service is growing in leaps and bounds, with oodles of new users joining every day and even more champing at the bit to get in. Google Plus – Read the Fine Print BEFORE You Sign Up. Copyright Scott Bourne 2002 - All Rights Reserved.
War on Drugs. On May 13, 2009, Gil Kerlikowske—the current Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP)—signaled that the Obama administration did not plan to significantly alter drug enforcement policy, but also that the administration would not use the term "War on Drugs", because Kerlikowske considers the term to be "counter-productive". ONDCP's view is that "drug addiction is a disease that can be successfully prevented and treated... making drugs more available will make it harder to keep our communities healthy and safe.
" One of the alternatives that Kerlikowske has showcased is the drug policy of Sweden, which seeks to balance public health concerns with opposition to drug legalization. Photo effects, vintage, retro, online and free - Pixlr-o-matic. Evar Watchful. Grooveshark Mobile Music. Help. Frog.