Saturday, August 14, 2004


His plans are the terrible secret of space! Just ask the Shover Robot.

Friday, August 13, 2004


In today's posts I will reveal all I can find about the Pain Ray our government has and is planning to deploy. From articles about it's inception in 2001. to announcements of contract plans to begin mass production in the U.S. No, this isn't a hoax or a joke. All of my posts will have links to the source articles. Let's start with this article...

WASHINGTON - The American Marines are working on a new weapon designed to stun, incapacitate, disorient or stop - but not kill - enemies. It's a microwave gun that sends out a pain ray.

The Marines hope to have it in operation by 2009


This is the official Air Force website on the Pain Ray, I think.

ADS projects a focused, speed-of-light milli-meter-wave energy beam to induce an intolerable heating sensation on an adversary’s skin and cause that individual to be repelled without injury. The picture on the right depicts the prototype currently in development. ADS will enable U.S. forces to stop, deter and turn back an advancing adversary without applying lethal force. This capability is expected to save countless lives by providing a means to stop individuals without causing injury, before a deadly confrontation develops.

Invisible beam tops list of nonlethal weapons

WASHINGTON - June 1, 2004: Test subjects can't see the invisible beam from the Pentagon's new, Star Trek-like weapon, but no one has withstood the pain it produces for more than three seconds.

People who volunteered to stand in front of the directed energy beam say they felt as if they were on fire. When they stepped aside, the pain disappeared instantly.

The long-range column of millimeter-wave energy is known as the "Active Denial System" for its ability to prevent an aggressor from advancing. Senior military officials, who plan to deliver the device for troop evaluation this fall, say years of testing has produced no sign it will lead to health effects beyond perhaps causing skin to temporarily redden.

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Pentagon Reveals 'Pain Ray'

Directed-energy weapons, including lasers and high-powered microwave (HPM) devices, continue to trickle out of the Pentagon's classified research and development programs. The latest is a non-lethal, millimeter-wave, anti-personal ray.
The 10 year, $40 million program was developed in a joint program with Raytheon, as a millimeter-wave (MMW) energy projector to be used for controlling crowds with burst of instantly painful rays. A likely tactical scenario would be to swivel rays of short burst, 95 GHZ energy, like a fire hose across a group of people to inflict sharp stings on the skin, even through clothing.

Laser weapons to be made at Stennis Space Center

Arizona firm to start production in 2005

Thursday, July 22, 2004

The weapons can be used by the Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, and Intelligence for defensive or offensive security operations, Dearmin said. The laser beam can be nonlethal, shutting down a vehicle or boat without harming the occupants, or, if needed, the energy level can be turned up to a harmful level, Dearmin said.

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We all know they were behind the Kennedy Assassination, Watergate, Flouride in the water, The loss of the Confederacy in the Civil War, The French Revolution and just about every other conspiracy ever. Why not join up and be in on all the fun?!? Here's How:

You KNOW you wanna get a leg up on all the 21st century conspiracies waiting to unfold. Get on down to your local lodge and sign up!

Brian Walker, ROCKET GUY!

This may be old news but he's still planning to do it, build his own rocket and fly into space. Oh yeah, you KNOW he's gonna die!

New Gun Fires 'Laser of Lead'

In perhaps the most audacious upgrade of high-speed weaponry since the introduction of the Gatling Gun, Australian inventor Mike O'Dwyer has developed a machine gun that can fire bullets at a rate of 1 million rounds per minute.

I've posted it before but I just gotta post it again!

Laser O' Lead!

Sweet El Santo photo album

Feel the Mexican wrestlerey greatness


Shocking Brittish TV commercials

Thursday, August 12, 2004


DNA Study Finds Chihuahuas Aren't Dogs

As part of an ambitious effort to identify genes that cause disease in dogs and humans, scientists at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle analyzed DNA collected from 414 dogs representing 85 breeds, including some of the most popular. The findings have sent reverberations though the ranks of dog fanciers, who primp and preen their beloved companions for shows and take great pride in their pedigrees.

Fuck Chihuahuas!

Japanese invisibility cloak 'augments reality'

They are the ultimate form of camouflage. Put one on, and you disappear from view. One saved Harry Potter from many tight scrapes, and in the film Die Another Day the technology provided James Bond with the ultimate escape vehicle, an invisible car.

But now Japanese scientists have turned fantasy into reality by creating an invisibility cloak that makes it possible to see straight through its wearer. He, or she, simply vanishes from view.

Johnny Sokko and his Giant Robot

This show rocks on several levels. It's so incredibly awfull that it freakin' rules. If interested is seeing some episodes, reply to this post. I have the entire series on DVD.


There is a machine somewhere in America that can take virtually any sort of waste - offal from an abattoir, old tyres, junked computers - and turn it into high quality oil, plus pure minerals and clean water, all in a few hours. It is an invention that could change the world. Not only might it end the west's, and in particular America's, dependence on imported oil, but it has also the potential simultaneously to solve the increasingly pressing problem of waste disposal.

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Shock waves and steam heat

For more than two years debate has raged on the Internet about an ordinary-looking metal drum sitting on the concrete floor of a factory building in Rome, Georgia, 50 miles from Atlanta. Its inventor, the man about whom the Internet debate is raging, is James Griggs, an industrial heating engineer.

The invention that has brought Griggs such notoriety is a device that he began developing in 1987, that he calls the 'Hydrosonic Pump' and that many of his supporters believe is over-unity, in that it generates around 30 per cent more energy as heat than is put in as electricity.

To the skeptics, the Griggs Gadget is, at best, a case of self-delusion on a grand scale, and, at worst, a case of scientific fraud. To his supporters, the pump is the first unequivocal public demonstration of undoubted over-unity.

How to travel faster than light?

In his long and distinguished career, Arthur C Clarke has had a disconcerting habit of thinking of things first, that others dismiss as nonsense. Now, in his latest prophetic work "3001: The Final Odyssey" -- looking forward to the next millennium -- Clarke may well have done it again, this time by giving a simple five-letter name to a fictional propulsion unit -- the "SHARP Drive".

The Dropa Stones

In 1938 high in the mountains of BayanKara-Ula, on the borders of China and Tibet a team of archaeologists were conducting a very detailed routine survey of a series of interlocking caves.

Their interests had been excited by the discovery of lines of neatly arranged graves which contained the skeletons of what must have been a race of human beings. They appeared to have spindly bodies and large overdeveloped heads.

At first it had been thought that the caves had been the home of a hitherto unknown species of ape. But as the species seemed to bury its dead they eliminated an ape race.

While studying the skeletons one of the members of the team stumbled on a large round stone disc half buried in the dust on the floor of the cave.

The disc looked like an Stone Age record. There was a hole in the center of and a fine spiral groove that is a continuous spiralling line of closely written characters.

He Man Hijinx

He-Man remake hilarity. Occasionally naughty dialog

Sweet martial arts film trailer

Damn, this dude is fizast!

Vanishing Starlite - Anti Nuclear Plastic

In 1993 viewers of the BBC's Tomorrow's World were treated to a curious sight. Presenter Michael Rodd donned a welding mask and gloves, fired up an oxyacetylene torch and used it to attack an apparently ordinary egg.

After four minutes the egg was cracked open to reveal its interior, still raw and runny. The secret? A thin coating of Starlite, a miraculous, heat-proof substance invented by a middle-aged hairdresser from Blackburn.

Maurice Ward had no scientific background. He did like to tinker, however, and inside his rented workshop he created his own brand of hair products, using ordinary chemicals and a food mixer. He stumbled upon Starlite and its heat-proof properties by accident and, realising that he had something special on his hands, began contacting chemical companies.,13028,1187576,00.html

Powered Armor in our lifetime!

The Department of Defense's primary research and development organization -- the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency -- is soliciting proposals for a $50 million project to develop an "exoskeleton" for battlefield soldiers.

DARPA expects the first trials by 2005, according to its site. If the trials are successful, it will be the first appearance of battlefield armor since the 17th century.

The exoskeleton itself is a frame that fits over the body. Designed to be smart and strong -- and, as DARPA said on its website, to provide "increased unit survivability and lethality" -- it is supposed to help its wearers move faster and farther with heavier loads and larger weaponry.,1294,41216,00.html

Did Andrew Crosse Create Life?

In 1837, a little known scientist named Andrew Crosse created life in his personal laboratory.  Although it was accomplished entirely by accident, Andrew carefully documented his procedures and several members of the London Electrical Society were able to duplicate the incident including the infamous Michael Faraday.

Surely a discovery such as this would turn the world on end and make a person an instant hero?  Although the entire world did take notice and Andrew was entered in the Dictionary of National Biography, he was far from a hero.  In fact, Andrew became one of the most hated men in England, an unfortunate notoriety that would soon destroy him.

Jasker Power System

In what some claim may be the greatest invention since the wheel, an Irish inventor's 23 years of effort may have finally paid off. The 58 year old electrical engineer claims to have invented an electromechanical device that runs on 12-volt batteries and is capable of replenishing its own power supply.  Once powered up, it is capable of running indefinitely - or at least until its parts wear out.

Death Worm!

A giant poisonous worm that lives beneath the sands of the Gobi and can kill with the power of electricity can surely only be the stuff of legend. Or can it?

The first time you hear about the Mongolian Death Worm you assume it has to be a joke; it sounds too much like the monster from a B-movie or an especially dire comic book to be true. A five-foot (1.5m) long worm dwelling in the vast and inhospitable expanses of the Gobi Desert, the creature is known to Mongolia’s nomadic tribesmen as the allghoi khorkhoi (sometimes given as allerghoi horhai or olgoj chorchoj) or ‘intestine worm’ for its resemblance to a sort of living cow’s intestine. Apparently red in colour, sometimes described as having darker spots or blotches, and sometimes said to bear spiked projections at both ends, the khorkhoi is reputedly just as dangerous as its alarming appearance would suggest, squirting a lethal corrosive venom at its prey and capable of killing by discharging a deadly electric shock, even at a distance of some feet.

Death Ray Matthews

They called him ‘Death Ray Matthews’. It wasn’t a name he chose for himself, but of all the inventions Harry Grindell Matthews was known for, it was the death ray for which he was both feted and vilified. Was he a charismatic mixture of visionary and charlatan, or an ignored and embittered inventor who could have shortened both World Wars? Whatever the answer, his story is a fascinating one, not least because it brings into sharp focus how the British Government viewed fortean ideas in the early years of the 20th century.

Carlos Mirabelli

A SOUTH American medium of Italian parentage, born in Botucatu, Sao Paolo, in 1889, of whose phenomena such extraordinary accounts have reached Britain and America that if they could be proved to the satisfaction of British and American psychical researchers he would have to be ranked as the greatest medium of all times.

Home vs. Houdini

The most famous medium in British-American history was the legendary Donald Dunglas Home (pronounced Hume). He was born in Scotland in 1833 and moved to America where his aunt adopted him. As a young boy Home started displaying his amazing psychic powers almost immediately—powers that he often couldn't control. He accurately predicted the death of his mother, but when loud raps were heard in the middle of the night and furniture started moving around with no one in sight, his aunt threw him out of the house. He moved to England in his early twenties, almost immediately became one of the most famous men in the world, but then at the age of forty, he suddenly retired because of failing health, which adversely affected his powers.