Faced with an increasing number of White House intrusions that led to the resignation of Secret Service director, a congressman on Wednesday suggested that maybe a moat should be erected around the president’s home.
Bill Gates visits LENR laboratory near Rome, Italy. Considers future energy source. - New Energy Times - Original LENR news reporting since 2000
A team of researchers in Japan lead by Akira Asano of Burton Inc. have developed a 3D aerial display capable of projecting text and imagery in mid-air. The Aerial Burton works by firing a 1kHz infrared pulse directly into a 3D scanner which in turn focuses and reflects the laser to a specific
"Calif. Dept. of Food & Agriculture (CDFA) closed public comment on October 31 re: Statewide Plant Pest Prevention
& Mgmt Program’s Environ. Impact Report (EIR), which would give the agency authority to spray toxic chemicals (that are generally avoided by the organic community) if the agency decides that a pest is threatening economically important crops"...
*related news (more details) =>
www.sfgate.com/news/science/article/Showdown-looms-as-California-eyes-pesticides-plan-5880346.php
"The US Navy would emit ('radar-jamming') electromagnetic radiation in 2,900 training exercises over the Olympic Peninsula
(National Park/Forest, wilderness & communities) for 260 days per year, with exercises lasting up to 16 hours per day --
What is at stake is not just whether the military is allowed to use protected public lands in the Pacific Northwest for
its (EMR) war games, but a precedent"...
"In a recent court filing re: (SF Chinese Freemasons gangleader) Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow, his attorney noted that,
included among approx. 7 million computer files, there is video surveillance footage supposedly recorded by aerial
monitoring some of the 29 defendants (& their families)"...
*new update: FBI states that aerial surveillance in the Yee-Chow case was conducted by 'manned planes'
(rather than drones) =>
http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/matier-ross/article/FBI-Aircraft-used-in-Yee-Chow-probe-wasn-t-a-5894797.php
Supply and manufacturing problems, plus fewer companies in the market among causes
Tokyo (AFP) - When the lights change at the Shibuya crossing in Japan's capital, one of the world's busiest pedestrian thoroughfares, hundreds of people with their eyes glued to smartphones pick their way over the road.