By Dan Schointuch
Money Talk News
Thwarting the efforts of a billion-dollar super-secret government spy agency -- or anyone else who wants access to your personal information -- is not that difficult.
With the recent revelations that the NSA and other agencies have been tapping into corporate streams of data that can provide them with massive amounts of private information about U.S.
Big Brother Is Prism: NSA Is Watching All Communications Over Phones, Facebook Google, Apple, Yahoo, Microsoft, Skype, Pal Talk, AOL & You Tube
Oldspeak:"It is a massive surveillance state of exactly the kind that the Church Committee warned was being constructed 35 years ago... the idea that the PATRIOT Act enables bulk collection, mass collection of the records of hundreds of millions of Americans, so that the government can store that and know what it is that we’re doing at all times, even when there’s no reason to believe that we’ve done anything wrong, that is ludicrous…
What strange clouds these are, moving where there shouldn't be winds, and forming where there's barely any air.
These are noctilucent clouds, sometimes called polar mesospheric clouds. Their icy strands form around particles at the top of the atmosphere some 80 km up. There's almost no air up there so just how these clouds form has always been a mystery. They may be condensing around meteoric dust particles.
Last weekend, the World’s Most Powerful hid behind a £2m tax payer funded security cordon to conduct their latest clandestine meeting safe from public scrutiny. Meanwhile, a whistle blower waived his anonymity to reveal the largest illegal surveillance operation (by governments, on citizens around the world) in history. The comparison tells a story about the opposite ends of the moral spectrum – at one end, the self-indulgent chicanery of the global elite; at the other, the heroic stand of the little guy, shining the light of truth into the darkness.
June 10, 2013 -- Central Australia experienced a 5.8 magnitude earthquake near the famous outback mountains of Uluru, and Mount Conner.
Seen in dozens of movies, documentaries, and even music videos -- Uluru protrudes from the central Australian landscape, a few lonely strange mountains amidst a vast open desert.
The local Pitjantjatjara people call the landmark Uluṟu (Aboriginal pronunciation: