Month: June 2013

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Darren and Graham catch up with Red Pill Junkie and discuss new archaeological findings, the latest Mars news, a documentary about the crash of the TWA800 flight and the final UK Ufo files being released.

Scotty Roberts is Grimeica’s guest. The guys chat with Scotty about his escapades in Egypt with Dr. John Ward. His magazine, books, and the upcoming Paradigm Symposium 2013 are also discussed. Scotty discloses some hints on upcoming endeavors and adventures coming up with our real life Indiana Jones, Dr. John Ward.

Donate to The Southern Alberta Flood Relief

http://www.redcross.ca/donate/donate-online/donate-to-the-alberta-floods

Scotty on Twitter

https://twitter.com/ScottyRoberts

Red Pill Junkie on Twitter

https://twitter.com/red_pill_junkie

TWA Flight 800 documentary

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vO7EGwBu-4&feature=player_detailpage

Scotty’s Books…. The Rise and Fall of the Nephilim and The Secret History of the Reptilians. Upcoming, The Exodus Reality

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=scotty%20roberts&sprefix=scott%2Caps&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Ascotty%20roberts

http://intrepidmag.com/

http://www.paradigmsymposium.com/

The Exodus Reality Group

https://www.facebook.com/groups/ExodusBook/?fref=ts

https://sites.google.com/site/siriusprojectegypt/home

MUSIC The Rest of the music os from Freemusicarchive.org  unfortunately I lost the folder with the song titles and Bands Names, I apologize for this

Wytong – Fruit of Passion

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This is a clean release of a perviously released episode, there is no new content, only edits to suit a younger audience

In the intro, the Grimerican’s talk briefly about the newest NSA scandal. Check out Dan Carlin’s “Common Sense” podcast for a balanced view. The guys were recently on “The Nat and Marie Podcast”. Check out this great new web culture podcast!

Darren and Graham have a fascinating chat with Phil Metzger, Senior Research Physicist for NASA’s KSC Swamp Works. It’s hard to tell the difference between science fiction and science fact in this episode.

They talk about Phil’s NASA awards and how his positive attitude, teamwork and initiative enabled him to create his own lab “Swamp Works”. Phil mentions how they plan on mining space and the collaboration between all the leading edge space mining companies. It’s truly an inspiring tale about everything from inspiring young people to work hard in science, turning space matter into water for radiation shielding, or 3d printing of metal equipment converted directly from extra planetary soil.

How are we going to hunt down asteroids and lasso them into the moon’s orbit? Listen to Phil tell Grimerica how its’ going to be done. Find out what we think about UFO’s, the Fermi paradox, and robotic space mining competitions and much much more.

http://www.philipmetzger.com/

http://www.philipmetzger.com/blog/

http://technology.ksc.nasa.gov/technology/TOPS_13664_RASSOR_Excavator.htm

get “The Precipice”, Book 1 of the Asteroid Wars – Ben Bova. Audible.com

http://www.audible.com/pd/ref=sr_2_6?asin=B002V0TM6A&qid=1371175950&sr=2-6

Get “Enders Game” by Orson Scott Card. Audible.com 

Favorite narrators, Stephan Rudnicky and Scott Brick!

http://www.audible.com/pd/ref=sr_1_1?asin=B002V5A12Y&qid=1371258870&sr=1-1

Dan Carlin’s “Common Sense” podcast

https://itunes.apple.com/ca/artist/dan-carlin/id256201037?mt=2

“The Nat and Marie Podcast”

https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-nat-marie-podcast/id644048268?mt=2

MUSIC

Bass Talk – Syncian & Ruffio

Colourful as Ever – Broke For Free

Reign at Night – Wolf Saga

Imogen Heap – Headlock

www.soundcloud.com

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Darren and Graham talk to Caleb Hanks of The Gralien Report, and the creator of the new web comic GrayStreet.

Hear it here first, breaking news from the Gralien Report. The guys chat about Caleb’s contribution to the show and how he and his brother got interested in all these interesting topics.

Click on the links below for the topics discussed during the intro and the chat.

Follow Caleb on twitter

Grant Cameron’s website

www.presidentialufo.com

 Petersonfarmbros

http://thepetersonfarmbros.bigcartel.com/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LX153eYcVrY

Genetic Roulette movie

www.audibletrial.com/grimerica

Amazon.com 

http://www.grimerica.ca/ click on amazon

Mars-one.com

http://applicants.mars-one.com/

The Gralien Report 

www.gralienreport.com

Gray Street web comic

http://www.gralienreport.com/graystreet/

Caleb’s old band 

http://www.youtube.com/user/TheNovaEcho

Caleb and Micah’s band

http://www.youtube.com/user/nitrograsspr?feature=watch

KGRA radio network

The micah hanks radio program

Every Sunday night from 8-10 pm

MUSIC

Mariposa – Spag Heddy

Monsta – Bone N Skin

As Colourful as Ever – Broke for Free

Ready to Strike – Josh Mon

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This Sunday, America’s war against vampire-kind will be reignited when the sixth season of True Blood premieres on HBO. While there’s no real evidence to prove the existence of vampires (unless you count that creepy photo of Nicolas Cage), murderers and other nefarious types have been blaming their evil deeds on bloodlust for more than 400 years. Here are eight examples.

1. COUNTESS ELIZABETH BÁTHORY
An early adopter of the vampire defense was Countess Elizabeth Báthory, a member of the Hungarian royal family whose cruelty toward her female servants was said to have included drenching them in water and leaving them to freeze to death outside in the winter. But it wasn’t until 1609, following the murder of a young noblewoman which Báthory staged to look like a suicide, that she was made accountable for her crimes.

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The argument started when George Edwards, who runs Loch Ness Cruises in Drumnadrochit, Scotland, criticised fellow members of the local Chamber of Commerce for treating the monster as “a myth”.
Tony Harmsworth, the former boss of the Loch Ness Centre, responded by accused him of “palming his customers off with fake photographs”.
The row is now threatening to split the local business community, 80 years after the first modern-day sighting of the monster put the loch on the map as a tourist destination.
In a letter to the chamber, Mr Edwards, criticised the overly scientific approach taken by the Loch Ness Centre. He says visitors come out of the exhibition feeling disappointed after being told that Nessie is “a myth”.
“Just about every time that Mr Shine appears in the media he talks about big fish and big waves,” Mr Edwards said. “I believe they are doing more harm than good in promoting Loch Ness tourism with their negative theories.

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A lost medieval city that thrived on a mist-shrouded Cambodian mountain 1,200 years ago has been discovered by archaeologists using revolutionary airborne laser technology, a report said.

In what it called a world exclusive, the Sydney Morning Herald said the city, Mahendraparvata, included temples hidden by jungle for centuries, many of which have not been looted.

A journalist and photographer from the newspaper accompanied the “Indiana Jones-style” expedition, led by a French-born archaeologist, through landmine-strewn jungle in the Siem Reap region where Angkor Wat, the largest Hindi temple complex in the world, is located.

The expedition used an instrument called Lidar — light detection and ranging data — which was strapped to a helicopter that criss-crossed a mountain north of Angkor Wat for seven days, providing data that matched years of ground research by archaeologists.

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How’s this for a weekend conference: Some of the smartest people in the world are gathering in New York to try to figure out how to build lifelike copies of humans … to be eventually uploaded with the contents of a real human brain.

It’s the brainchild of a Russian multimillionaire, Dmitry Itskov. … And he says he’s perfectly serious, and that it could be accomplished by 2035.
Crazy? The New York Times gave Itskov a front-page profile on its Sunday Business page a week and a half ago.
Imagine this … a digital copy of your brain in a different life form that could live for hundreds of years and be replaced.

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As he pulled a small black suitcase and carried a selection of laptop bags over his shoulders, no one would have paid much attention to Ed Snowden as he arrived at Hong Kong International Airport. But Snowden was not your average tourist or businessman. In all, he was carrying four computers that enabled him to gain access to some of the US government’s most highly-classified secrets.

Today, just over three weeks later, he is the world’s most famous spy, whistleblower and fugitive, responsible for the biggest intelligence breach in recent US history. News organisations around the globe have described him as “America’s Most Wanted”. Members of Congress have denounced him as a “defector” whose actions amount to treason and have demanded he be punished to the fullest extent of the law.

His supporters argue that his actions have opened up a much-needed debate on the balance between security and privacy in the modern world.

So is he whistleblower or traitor? That debate is still raging.

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The 30-day test showed that children of ganja-using mothers were superior to children of non-ganja mothers in two ways: the children had better organization and modulation of sleeping and waking, and they were less prone to stress-related anxiety. (Melanie Dreher’s studies were funded by Patients Out of Time.)

The editors of Patients for Medical Cannabis were in attendance at the final hearing of the Iowa Pharmacy Board’s review of medical marijuana, where Dr. Melanie Dreher presented the results of her studies with “ganja babies” over the phone. (You can read her testimony on the second page here.) She has been studying the medical uses of ganja, as it’s called in Jamaica, for 30 years.

A quotation from Dreher’s testimony – “You know, people ask me all the time whether I think marijuana should be legalized, and I have been of the opinion for a long time that this is much ado about nothing. It is, compared to tobacco and alcohol, this is such a benign substance.

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