2013 January News Archive Seekers of the Truth
January 30, 2013
Crimes Against Humanity committed by Barack H. Obama
January 27, 2013
Sunny Siberia is adding a new attraction. A Yeti theme park. Yes, you read that right, a theme park devoted to the legendary Yeti.
January 14, 2013
If you are serious about truly overcoming your diabetic condition, there are actually a number of all-natural herbal remedies available that possess proven curative benefits.
CoMeD has been on the front lines trying to raise awareness about the presence of mercury in vaccines, as well as urging lawmakers and other appropriate authorities to protect our children.
U.S. residents suffer from higher rates of disease and injury and have shorter lifespans, the report found.
January 13, 2013
Buying a “get out of jail free” card is just a mouse click away — and city officials are horrified.
The Pentagon is looking to bring airships back from their spotty past and into the future.
A US billionaire and co-founder of PayPal, Elon Musk, has made plans to build a settlement for 80,000 people on Mars when technology makes it possible for man to live there – as long as the inhabitants are vegetarians.
With a couple dollars and a few spare minutes, to make yourself invisible to Big Brother.
More Spying On Citizens than in Stasi East Germany.
The archipelago off the coast of Venezuela, where fashion designer Vittorio Missoni's plane disappeared mid-air, has a growing reputation for mysterious vanishings.
A new children's book introduces kids to the "wonderful world of illness".
These days, screen-addicted Americans are more stressed out and distracted than ever. And nope, there’s no app for that. But there is a radically simple remedy: get outside.
January 8, 2013
The best late-night console game of all time? Lovely Sweet Dream (LSD) Dream Emulator was released in Japan in 1998 by Playstation.
U.S. and New Zealand secretly tested 'tsunami bomb' designed to trigger tidal waves and destroy coastal cities in WWII.
January 7, 2013
Project Sanguine, a U.S. Navy program from the 1980s that "would have involved 41 percent of Wisconsin," turning that state into a giant "antenna farm" capable of communicating with what Wikipedia calls "deeply-submerged submarines."
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