Tag: machinery

Google Gagarin

It Was 50 Years Ago, Today …when mankind left the gravitational confines of our Earth. A poor boy from the steppes, Yuri Gagarin, simultaneously became the first man in space and the first man to leave Earth and orbit it completely.  (This is something that took NASA several steps before John Glenn finally emulated the…
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April 12, 2011 0

Long Live Wikileaks!

Long Live Wikileaks! These images will take you to the current IP addresses of Wikileaks. It follows on from my earlier help to the organisation here when a bunch of Swiss bankers mysteriously managed to influence “independent” judicial decisions in America. The fact that I even have to do this is an abomination on the…
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December 6, 2010 6

Wikileaks

Long Live Wikileaks!   The image will take you to the current IP address of Wikileaks.  It follows on from my earlier help to the organisation here when a bunch of Swiss bankers mysteriously managed to influence “independent”  judicial decisions in America. The fact that I even have to do this is an abomination on…
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December 6, 2010 1

Rubber Dingies beat Flying Metal in War on Pirates

This is not a rant comparing the US military against others for effectiveness.  It’s purely my observation of events and appearances surrounding the current (10 years!) piracy problem on the high seas. This is the homepage of the US 5th Fleet above. All clean and big and modern and powerful and heroic (Take My Breath…
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November 18, 2008 2

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