Category Archives: Features

Schiller’s List about to go live in Southern California!

In the run-up to the publication of a piece on virtual prisons, here is an interview with a Pan Am staff member regarding the decision by Morus Dei, a charitable group, to create a Schiller’s list for travelers to the United States and Mexico.

So Morus Dei has created the position of Morus Dei liaison to the Vatican City for people that are impacted by government or government contractor or business weapon systems that are in use in Southern California. What is the impetus behind that?

Shakespeare in France: France comes to Shakespeare

As Scotland ponders its future in a very public process, researchers looking for evidence that Shakespeare visited France have uncovered a wealth of information that shows that Shakespeare’s patron, James Stuart and his court were very well established in France, giving pause to traditional analyses that claim that France was not appreciative of Shakespeare’s work until a couple of centuries after his death.

Of Data Rape and Brain Jacking Part III

On a warm morning in the San Diego area, a worker is walking to the store as offices open, thinking about the upcoming pomegranate season. As the employee reaches the crosswalk, a 6 year old child walking with his mother approaches him from behind and says ‘pomegranate’. If the employee were in the pomegranate business, it would make sense that someone had spoken to the child about that business and they were simply talking about it. Instead, the employee was considering something new that they had not even thought about until they were leaving the office.

Another Potential Coverup Looms in America

In part one of our series on Data Rape and Brainjacking, we focused on describing systems that are in place in industry and the criminal world that allow organic networks to follow people and steal information by compromising the employee or executive that is being attacked. Part Two is about the government role and how it is hindering public safety by suppressing or ignoring important information that the public needs to protect itself.

End of Summer in Baja California: a warm morning with not a cloud in the sky. As the taxi draws to a stop on the hillside overlooking the Pacific Ocean, a high school boy wearing short sleeves and a fur lined hat that covers his ears climbs aboard. In most places the extreme winter gear on a 70 degree morning would seem out of place. In Rosarito, Mexico it is a more common form of protection from people hitting you in the head from afar with a sonic weapon.

US: Military Intelligence Owns Your Phone Data

US Citizens, residents and visitors will have at least two more years of blanket government collection of their phone records after Congress rejected a proposal to end the NSA’s practice of collecting all phone records of domestic calls.

The distinction that was being argued about in Washington D.C. was clear.

Peru: Archaeologist Giersz shows his hand- 3 Queens, Gold found in Royal Tomb

As a poker hand, 3 queens is nothing to sneeze at.  If you are an archaeologist in the 21st century, happening upon an undisturbed tomb that contains 3 queens and all of the possessions traditionally buried with royalty after their death can be priceless.

So when Milosz Giersz, the head of a University of Warsaw research team reported his findings to National Geographic , stating that “We are talking about the first, unearthed royal imperial tomb.”,  there was a lot of excitement in the region.

Of Data Rape and Brain Jacking: Part One Corporate Espionage

Twelve years ago, when information thieves wanted data from someone who had access to the entire codebase for one of the world’s largest security software firms, they used a rudimentary form of conditioning response to attack the person in their home by hitting them with electro-magnetic waves combined with sonic weapons and microwaves.