Posts tagged with ‘Washington’

Google Tsunami Alert

March 11, 2011

Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami Following this morning’s (using GMT) earthquake just off Japan (now set at 8.8 on the Richter Scale, but it keeps rising as more information is analysed), I noticed that the Google search page has a Tsunami warning for all to see. I thought I’d capture it for posterity. Enormity This truly […]

Long Live Wikileaks!

December 6, 2010

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 […]

Music Archaeology – Bad Summer Science

June 25, 2009

I saw some news today that apparently gives some creedence to the idea that music is what makes us human.  It’s here: ‘Oldest musical instrument’ found The academic in charge, Nicholas Conard, said that the development of music probably helped social cohesion in our ancestors, making their survival and our own existence, possible!  This is […]

George Bush continues to say “Do as I say, not as I do” on Trade as Industry Falters.

November 15, 2008

Yay!  Today, 15 Nov 2008, with only a few weeks of his tenure as US President left to go, he still can’t stop saying one thing and doing the other. Bush warns over ‘protectionism’ is the news today.  This is at the Washington meeting of 20 countries, the G20, which represent 85% of the global […]

What it means to be Anonymous in Palin’s America

September 20, 2008

Relevant Links: Palin e-mail hack details emerge VP contender Sarah Palin hacked US election: Republicans fight to block inquiry into Palin’s ‘Troopergate’ affair Palin’s e-mail problems spread Governor Is Asked To Release E-Mails Once Elected, Palin Hired Friends and Lashed Foes Group Posts E-Mail Hacked From Palin Account — Update Palin E-Mail Hacker Says It […]