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The JEWS are the GREATEST Mass-Murderers in Human History

May 24, 2013



The JEWS are the GREATEST Mass-murderers in all of human history.The International JEWISH Rothschild Banking Cartel, headquartered in the CITY of London, UK, is the richest and most powerful transnational empire on Earth.  Estimates of their wealth range to upwards of $500 TRILLION US Dollars- most of it in gold.

The own, run and control the political, economic, social and religious infrastructure of nearly every nation on earth.   This international corporate conglomerate is directly responsible for the deaths of AT LEAST 40 MILLION innocent men, women and children annually (that’s more than 6 JEWISH HOLOCAUSTS every year) from hunger, starvation, disease and malnutrition.  This has been going on for decades, if not centuries. By all accounts, this is the GREATEST HOLOCAUST of human life ever to occur in all of human history.  Further plans that are now in progress today are to reduce the world’s population by up to 6 billion people through global eugenics operations such as runaway global climate change, the “mother” of all their forced depopulation programs.

The JEWS own, run and control the US Pentagon- the TOP International Terrorist organization on Earth, while they use so-called “christian” Americans as a proxy force  to fight, die and slaughter the enemies of the Jews.   The US military are nothing but “cannon fodder” for the International Jewish Rothschild Empire.  To illustrate the treachery and demonic ruthlessness of the the US military (while bowing to their masters in the US Federal Reserve and the Jewish Rothschild Elite who own this national banking system), it must be stated that up to 2 million innocent Iraqi men, women  and children were brutally massacred by these murderous American killers during the recent Iraq war between 2003-2010.   These types of actions are nothing short of wholesale GENOCIDE- International War Crimes, par excellence’.

Current efforts are now being propagandized to demonize Muslims and Islam worldwide.   The so-called, “war on terror’ is an absolute LIE, designed to turn America into a fascist nazi style police state and remove the freedoms and liberties that once made this nation the envy of the world.   While all eyes focus on the petty crimes committed by muslims worldwide (many times supported and funded by International Jewry- Al-Qaida being once classic example), the international jewish controlled media ALWAYS work to cover-up and omit the REAL international crimes of genocide and ecocide committed by the International Jewish Rothschild Empire.

This International Jewish Terrorist Network of death, murder, genocide and ecocide (“terracide”- to quote journalist/researcher Tom Engelhardt) is the true “axil of evil” on our Earth today, comprising a base of international operations run out of the US, UK and Israel, primarily backed up through their intelligence agencies (CIA, NSA, GCHQ, M15, M16 and Mossad), military institutions (The Pentagon, NATO, the IDF) and their international defense contractors.   The core nexus of their power, though, resides in their global economic, financial and corporate development and resource extraction industries, institutions and policies.

Welcome the the Jew World Order- the greatest criminal enterprise ever to have arisen on Earth.   Diabolical and EVIL to its very core, there is ONLY one force that can and WILL ultimately destroy it in the fullness of time:  Jesus Christ, who will descend in flaming fire to bring vengence upon the wicked at his 2nd coming.  Eternal Hell-Fire and a fate “worse than death” (in Hell) awaits the International Jewish Rothschild Empire and their minions come Judgement Day.


Jonas the Prophet

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***For Further information see:    

International Jewish Terrorist Network

Global Climate Change- the MOTHER of ALL Global Eugenics Operations




“Connected Universe” Theory Reveals Potential New Source Of Energy

“Connected Universe” Theory Reveals Potential New Source Of Energy

New “Connected Universe” Theory Offers Alternative Explanation Of Gravity And Mass, Revealing Potential New Source Of Energy

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May 9, 2013

A groundbreaking paper published last week sheds new light on the theory of gravity and the potential to significantly impact global issues facing the human race, including alternative energy sources. Nassim Haramein, Director of Research at the Hawaii Institute for Unified Physics (HIUP), has authored a paper titled “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass,” which has been validated and published in the peer review journal, Physical Review and Research International.

This paper discusses Haramein’s “Connected Universe” theory, which offers a new and alternative understanding of gravity through basic algebraic and geometric equations. Haramein’s work indicates everything in the universe is connected, from the largest to the smallest scale, through a unified understanding of gravity.

He demonstrates that it is the space that defines matter and not matter that defines space. “Remember that matter is made up of 99.9 percent space,” Haramein said. “Quantum field theory states that the structure of spacetime itself, at the extremely small level, vibrates with tremendous intensity. If we were to extract even a small percentage of all the energy held within the vibrations present in the space inside your little finger, it would represent enough energy to supply the world’s needs for hundreds of years.

This new discovery has the potential to open up access and harness that energy like never before, which would revolutionize life as we know it today.” At the basis of Haramein’s research is a bold prediction about the charge radius of the proton, which was recently verified by experiment. Less than a month after Haramein sent his paper to the Library of Congress, the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland released a new measurement for the size of the proton, confirming Haramein’s prediction. “

Protons are the primary building blocks of our universe ?? they are at the center of every atom and therefore are everywhere and in everything,” said Chris Almida, Executive Director of the Resonance Project Foundation, parent organization of HIUP. “It is critical that we accurately understand proton structure if we are to even begin to understand the ‘connected universe.’

Nassim’s prediction was confirmed and is exactly right (within the margin of error of the experiment), whereas the Standard Model theory is off by a significant amount.” Almida continued, “If Nassim’s theory is correct, insight into solving some of mankind’s most prevalent problems could be within our grasp.”

Haramein’s approach could potentially unlock new discoveries in the areas of energy, transportation and even space travel. A twenty minute documentary from filmmaker Malcom Carter illustrates these new ideas in a compelling fashion.

View the trailer at More information, visual media and a layman’s paper will be released through The Resonance Project Foundation’s website, and, the official site of the Hawaii Institute of Unified Physics.

The Resonance Project Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization chartered to conduct research and education in the field of unified physics. The Foundation’s initiatives include The Hawaii Institute for Unified Physics (HIUP), a growing scientific research community working to advance the principles on the forefront of the unified field theory. For more information, visit SOURCE Hawaii Institute for Unified Physics

Ice-Free Arctic Will Be in Our Future

Co-authors Julie Brigham-Grette and Pavel Minyuk celebrate when drilling reached the bottom of lake sediments at a depth of 318 m below the lake bottom. At that point, drilling began reaching into the 3.6-million-year-old impact rock. (Credit: Photo courtesy of Tim Martin)

May 9, 2013 — Analyses of the longest continental sediment core ever collected in the Arctic, recently completed by an international team led by Julie Brigham-Grette of the University of Massachusetts Amherst, provide “absolutely new knowledge” of Arctic climate from 2.2 to 3.6 million years ago.

“While existing geologic records from the Arctic contain important hints about this time period, what we are presenting is the most continuous archive of information about past climate change from the entire Arctic borderlands. As if reading a detective novel, we can go back in time and reconstruct how the Arctic evolved with only a few pages missing here and there,” says Brigham-Grette.

Results of analyses that provide “an exceptional window into environmental dynamics” never before possible were published this week in Science and have “major implications for understanding how the Arctic transitioned from a forested landscape without ice sheets to the ice- and snow-covered land we know today,” she adds.

Their data come from analyzing sediment cores collected in the winter of 2009 from ice-covered Lake El’gygytgyn, the oldest deep lake in the northeast Russian Arctic, located 100 km north of the Arctic Circle. “Lake E” was formed 3.6 million years ago when a meteorite, perhaps a kilometer in diameter, hit the Earth and blasted out an 11-mile (18 km) wide crater. It has been collecting sediment layers ever since. Luckily for geoscientists, it lies in one of the few Arctic areas not eroded by continental ice sheets during ice ages, so a thick, continuous sediment record was left remarkably undisturbed. Cores from Lake E reach back in geologic time nearly 25 times farther than Greenland ice cores that span only the past 140,000 years.

“One of our major findings is that the Arctic was very warm in the middle Pliocene and Early Pleistocene [~ 3.6 to 2.2 million years ago] when others have suggested atmospheric CO2 was not much higher than levels we see today. This could tell us where we are going in the near future. In other words, the Earth system response to small changes in carbon dioxide is bigger than suggested by earlier climate models,” the authors state.

Important to the story are the fossil pollen found in the core, including Douglas fir and hemlock. These allow the reconstruction of vegetation around the lake in the past, which in turn paints a picture of past temperatures and precipitation.

Another significant finding is documentation of sustained warmth in the Middle Pliocene, with summer temperatures of about 59 to 61 degrees F [15 to 16 degrees C], about 14.4 degrees F [8 degrees C] warmer than today, and regional precipitation three times higher. “We show that this exceptional warmth well north of the Arctic Circle occurred throughout both warm and cold orbital cycles and coincides with a long interval of 1.2 million years when other researchers have shown the West Antarctic Ice Sheet did not exist,” Brigham-Grette notes. Hence both poles share some common history, but the pace of change differed.

Her co-authors, Martin Melles of the University of Cologne and Pavel Minyuk of Russia’s Northeast Interdisciplinary Scientific Research Institute, Magadan, led research teams on the project. Robert DeConto, also at UMass Amherst, led climate modeling efforts. These data were compared with ecosystem reconstructions performed by collaborators at universities of Berlin and Cologne.

The Lake E cores provide a terrestrial perspective on the stepped pacing of several portions of the climate system through the transition from a warm, forested Arctic to the first occurrence of land ice, Brigham-Grette says, and the eventual onset of major glacial/interglacial cycles. “It is very impressive that summer temperatures during warm intervals even as late as 2.2 million years ago were always warmer than in our pre-Industrial reconstructions.”

Minyuk notes that they also observed a major drop in Arctic precipitation at around the same time large Northern Hemispheric ice sheets first expanded and ocean conditions changed in the North Pacific. This has major implications for understanding both what drove the onset of the ice ages

The sediment core also reveals that even during the first major “cold snap” to show up in the record 3.3 Million years ago, temperatures in the western Arctic were similar to recent averages of the past 12,000 years. “Most importantly, conditions were not ‘glacial,’ raising new questions as to the timing of the first appearance of ice sheets in the Northern Hemisphere,” the authors add.

This week’s paper is the second article published in Science by these authors using data from the Lake E project. Their first, in July 2012, covered the period from the present to 2.8 million years ago, while the current work addresses the record from 2.2 to 3.6 million years ago. Melles says, “This latest paper completes our goal of providing an overview of new knowledge of the evolution of Arctic change across the western borderlands back to 3.6 million years and places this record into a global context with comparisons to records in the Pacific, the Atlantic and Antarctica.”

The new Lake E paleoclimate reconstructions and climate modeling are consistent with estimates made by other research groups that support the idea that Earth’s climate sensitivity to CO2 may well be higher than suggested by the 2007 report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Greenest U.S. Colleges Recognized in 2013 Princeton Review

NEW YORK, New York, April 17, 2013 (ENS) – Columbia University’s campus is evolving into one of New York City’s green landmarks and was recognized as one of the nation’s 21 greenest schools by “The Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges: 2013 Edition.”

The Princeton Review, in collaboration with the Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council, Tuesday released the fourth annual edition of its free guidebook saluting the most environmentally responsible green colleges.

Columbia Manhattanville

Columbia University’s Manhattanville project under construction. The white steel rising out of the ground is for the Jerome L. Green Science Center. (Photo by John Hill)

The Princeton Review Guide recognized Columbia for its commitment to sustainable development, saying, “Surrounded by one of the biggest and densest collections of building in the world, the university has put its location to good use, recently launching the NYC Urban Technology Innovation Center in order to promote green building technologies in New York City. The Urban Design Lab has committed to local environmentally friendly design and sustainable economic development, combining the vast intellectual and financial resources of the architecture and engineering schools.”

“The challenges of developing sustainable infrastructure in a bustling urban environment are significant, which makes Columbia’s recent LEED Platinum recognition for its 17-acre Manhattanville campus plan in West Harlem even more impressive,” states the review. Improved, pedestrian-friendly streets and new publicly accessible open spaces will reconnect West Harlem to the new Hudson River waterfront park.

“LEED for Neighborhood Development bridges the gap between buildings and how they are connected,” said Rick Fedrizzi, president, CEO and founding chair of the U.S.Green Building Council. “The Manhattanville campus will help usher in a new era of development of smarter, healthier communities across the globe.”

The U.S. Green Building Council is widely known for developing the LEED green building rating system. LEED, which stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a voluntary program that provides third-party verification of green buildings.

The Princeton Review’s Guide profiles 320 schools in the U.S. and two in Canada that demonstrate commitments to sustainability in their academic offerings, campus infrastructure, activities and career preparation.

The schools are chosen based on a 50-question survey conducted at hundreds of four-year colleges. The Princeton Review analyzes data from the survey about the schools’ course offerings, campus infrastructure, activities and career preparation to measure their commitment to the environment and to sustainability.

Twenty-one schools made the Princeton Review Honor Roll with a Green Rating of 99 – the highest score.

In addition to Columbia, the Honor Roll schools include universities and colleges large and small: American University in Washington, DC; Arizona State University; California Institute of Technology; Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina; Chatham University in Pittsburgh; Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta; Goucher College in Baltimore; Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vermont.

Harvard dorm

The Harvard Riverside Housing complex for Harvard University, completed in 2008, earned a LEED Gold Rating from the USGBC, setting a standard for green dormitories. (Photo by JC Cannistraro)

Also on the Honor Roll is Harvard in Cambridge, Massachusetts, a school renowned for its innovation and leadership. In 2008, the school established a campus-wide commitment to reducing greenhouse gas by 30 percent from 2006 levels by 2016 and has already decreased emissions by 10.4 percent.

On campus, Harvard has 64 LEED certified buildings and an additional 31 LEED registered projects. Harvard uses renewable energy sources, including solar panels, steam heat recovery, wind turbines, ground source heat pumps, and shuttles that run on biodiesel fuel. Harvard has a 55 percent waste diversion rate on campus, and a 100 percent composting rate for landscaping waste.

School profiles in the guide feature essential information for college applicants – facts and stats on school demographics, admission, financial aid – plus write-ups on the schools’ specific sustainability initiatives.

A “Green Facts” sidebar reports on a wide range of topics from the school’s use of renewable energy sources, recycling and conservation programs to the availability of environmental studies and career guidance for green jobs.

Many schools that scored less than 99 percent are still green now and growing greener.

The University of California, San Diego was praised for its strong commitment to sustainability in its academic offerings, campus infrastructure, activities and career preparation.

“Sustainability is part of who we are and what we do at UC San Diego,” said UC San Diego Chancellor Pradeep Khosla. “We have become one of the greenest universities in the nation because of the unique collaboration among our researchers, faculty, staff and students. As a campus, we have made a commitment to climate change solutions and environmental sustainability.”

Oregon State University received 98 points out of a possible 99 in the guide.

“The OSU community has once again demonstrated a high level of interest in and competency around sustainability,” said Brandon Trelstad, OSU’s sustainability coordinator.

The Princeton Review, an education services company, first published the guide in 2010 in collaboration with U.S. Green Building Council.

That year, the U.S. Green Building Council launched the Center for Green Schools at USGBC to increase efforts to drive change in how campuses and schools are designed, constructed, maintained and operated so that all educational facilities can enhance student learning experiences.

The guide was developed with financial support from United Technologies Corp., founding sponsor of the Center for Green Schools.

The 215-page book – the only free, comprehensive, annual guide to green colleges – can be downloaded at and at

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