Author: Paul Gordon

Cannon Mountain and Anarchy Vapors

An attempt at a feature film/adventure up to Berlin NH to visit Anarchy Vapors (anarchyvapors.com) we got sidetracked with how good of a day it was and hunted down the globalists atop the mountain. source The post Cannon Mountain and Anarchy Vapors appeared first on TubeFire- Videos Curated from YouTube. From...

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Did a Drone Collide with Small Plane in Australian Incident?

A possibe collision between a small aircraft and a drone in Australia leads to new calls to strengthen anti-drone legislation, despite the fact that laws already existed which should have prevented this collision from happening in the first place. from http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-11/atsb-to-investigate-potential-aircraft-collision-with-drone/8699224 A pilot who believes his light aircraft was struck by a drone ahead of landing in Adelaide’s north has prompted an investigation by Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) officers. Police said they were contacted just after 7:00pm on Tuesday by a pilot who believed he may have struck a drone on approach to Parafield Airport. The ATSB said...

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The Thinkery Podcast #6 – The Feminist Conquest of Doctor Who

In their own words. Uzalu: http://youtube.uzalu.net/ Vee:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPOtvnTOJVuqf6U0x5DKWcA http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/doctorwho/entries/633b5583-f0b1-4917-baf5-eb02ca44552a http://archive.is/LKHKE not oppressed enough … i got this pic.twitter.com/eG3JNTQ1M5 — ZombieShitPosts (@ZombieShitPosts) July 17, 2017 Steven Moffat on Diversity on Doctor Who: “It’s a Show That Has No Excuse.” https://archive.is/ypbIQ source The post The Thinkery Podcast #6 – The Feminist Conquest of Doctor Who appeared first on TubeFire- Videos Curated from YouTube. From...

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Mini-Nuclear Fission Reactors Could Help Remote Locations

The military needs portable power sources for their advanced, remote bases. Using fuel to power generators is costly and produces many logistic issues. To solve this problem, the military is researching the concept of modular, mini nuclear-fission-reactors. This development could also, at some point, empower more remote communities to have a reliable, cost-effective, resource-lean source for power as well. from https://www.nextbigfuture.com/2017/07/very-small-modular-nuclear-fission-reactors-for-military-and-space-applications.html The Defense Science Board has a 99 page report which proposes that the US military fund the development of very small nuclear reactors for forward remote operating bases. The Task Force reviewed several nuclear reactor concepts that differ...

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Liberty Chronicles, Ep 12; Bacon’s Rebellion & the Invention of Race

Few contemporary or historical accounts of Bacon’s rebellion agree in every particular about the movement’s motivations and outcomes. For the Jacksonian Democrat, George Bancroft, Virginians had enjoyed free government for three generations on the edge of the wilderness. For Bancroft and nationalist historians, this was the prelude to the American Revolution–it was the people seizing their government, its policy-making apparatus, and its legitimacy so that the popular interest might once again govern Virginia. However, Twentieth-century historians with a more global perspective on British imperial activity recognized Bacon’s Rebellion as a racialized conflict against the Indians which transformed into a...

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