Posts tagged with ‘construction’

Auschwitz Architectural Plans Put On Display In Berlin

October 30, 2009

In a weird co-incidence that I missed at the time, I’ve just found that the plans for the Auschwitz death camp were put on  display during my Austrian visit earlier this year.   This visit very soon prompted my outburst on the pontificating nutty bishop, Richard Williamson (see The Face of Evil from 20 Feb […]

Website Referral Spam and Cyber Security Malware

October 30, 2009

Remove Referrals Information from This Website because of Malware Like many blogs, this website has displayed the last few hits (referrals) that it’s received as a kind of ‘live’ activity recorder and a small service back to the referring website.  However, I’ve had to pull this from my front page because over the last few […]

Easter Island not a Treasure Chest

July 9, 2009

Tests raise life extension hopes – see news here Possibly, this stuff, rapamycin, could be the next big internet scam.  Acai berries are nearly done, same as Green Tea and Wheat Grass. Rapamycin It’s an anti-biotic, found in 1970 on the bleak Pacific island called Easter Island.  I’ve mentioned this place previously as a comparative […]

Robert G Allen, Grants, and a Credit Card Slimeball

May 6, 2009

Introduction This is a small investigation into mail lists and scammy companies.  Some companies are fine, but I always go by the adage to judge a man by the company he keeps.  This shows how lists spread far beyond their initial purpose when you sign up for something.  It also shows how the privacy policies […]

BBC Reports on Dubai Hell

April 6, 2009

At Last – some Proper Reporting from the BBC I actually thought that no-one did it any more – investigative journalism, that is!  Tonight’s show, Panorama: Slumdogs and Millionaires is on BBC One, Monday 6 April at 2030 BST and promises to reveal the hell that a combination of Arab religious kleptomancy and the sheer […]