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

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. Continue »

 

Who Pretended To Giftwrap Abbottabad For Obama, Embedding Details In His Name?

In one of the more complex news stories of recent years, at least three ingredients come together to point to an authorless effort to ensure that Barack Obama got credit for taking down Osama bin Laden. Apparently, someone’s intelligence forces got to the strongman’s entourage in 2004 and influenced the later move to Abbottabad, creating a map that was embedded in future President Obama’s name.

Trump And The FBI: Maybe Everyone Is Lying A Little A Bit

There has been a lot of posturing going on over the past few weeks in Washington regarding the investigation of the election.  Since it seems to be the province of a privileged few in the press corps to actually understand what is going on without passing it on in a plain fashion to members of the public, we’ll go ahead and provide some explanations that might clarify some of the positions being taken thus far.  Below is an interview with editor, David Gass regarding the ongoing melee:

New Administration: A Civilian’s No On Psy Cams

By AntanO - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=38197226

By AntanO – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=38197226

Although the Obama administration finished with a track record of success in the economic areas that matter the most to Americans, the human rights abuses that started during the Afghan war continued domestically- and even expanded as technology got into the hands of more and more of the private sector.

Here is a recap of some of the recent types of problems related to weapon

360: Pan Am One Artist Of The Month

One of the hottest acts of the past year, 360 hails from Melbourne, Australia. Their ‘Boys Like You’ video has surpassed 6 million views on Youtube, while “Live it Up” and “Price of Fame” are on their way to 3 million. In addition to their ability to create onscreen dramas that compel, their lyrics and melody are one of the more popular visits online.  “Price of Fame’s” use of models that like selfie work certainly adds to the message- helping create a fan base that is global. Pan Am One, is therefore happy to pronounce them artists of the month.

Your Firm As A Center of Innovation

There have been a lot of highly publicized programs in the history of technology and consumer companies that have tried to optimize the talent of their staff in order to create an innovation-centric organization. Finding the right fit for your firm can result in revenue and market share enhancements that cement your place in the history of your company.

Employees + Contractors + Hackers ≥ Most Security Models?

Although companies have been on guard for some time now against potential hacking attempts, the security industry seems to be letting them down. Most major corporations and government divisions have been hacked over the past few years, giving some people the notion that stealing information is almost acceptable in some circumstances.

Seth Sentry, Pan Am One Artist of the Month

Seth has been growing larger in the public eye in Australia for at least the last 7 years or so.  Audiences in the Asia-Pacific region are therefore very familiar with his ‘being mistaken for Greg’ and his crush on a waitress that led him to put up with less than stellar restaurant service.  Yet like all acts that command attention when they get started, he faced a challenge in putting out the followup to his 2012 release.  Fortunately, although it took a while to release and then make its way to presentation in the Americas, the critical feedback for his latest effort has been quite positive.  

Directing Obama: Did Someone Script McKinley = Make Kin Lucy- Setting Off A Mad Dash To Rename A Mountain?

For a while, tech executives and others have been offered a service that allows them to direct others’ schedules and actions without knowing them. In some places, that has devolved into neural warfare as it has been deemed easier to use sonic and other frequency weapons to make suggestions and wage Sony-style attacks in the form of ‘bow down’ consciously or subconsciously to the local “I’ll do-what-you-saida” training camps.

Protect Yourself Abroad and in Domestic Urban Hotels

Urban hotels and vacation places have proven to be popular areas for gangs to infiltrate and hit people with radar, sonic, and other weapons when they want to sell them something, or create problems for them.

The reason that you don’t hear about it more is that it is a major liability for hotels.  They will not likely tell you about something that would cause you to sue them.

French Help Out, Rout Socal’s Count Junkula

It sounds rather fantastic to most people. What if the “you” that you knew as an American based upon a couple of generations of ancestors and a decent education encountered rougher waters than normal in certain geographic regions during the course of competition?