For the second time on Coast to Coast AM, a caller mentioned “Kevin Cosnter’s oil cleaning machine” or “oil machine”. I had forgotten to look it up the first time I heard of it, but did so this time, and I’m amazed. The pics are linked to a video on the device:
Gulf spill puts oil in Kevin Costner’s machine
by NewsCore 5/20/2010/12:55 P.M.
KEVIN Costner has been given the go ahead to fulfill another dream – using his own machine to help clean up the massive BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
BP has approved a test of Costners Ocean Therapy device to help the company clean up the Gulf after its Deepwater Horizon drill rig exploded and began spewing oil into the water, officials said.
The machine – described as a processing device that separates oil from water – was first developed by scientists hired by Costner following the 1989 Exxon-Valdez oil spill off the coast of Alaska.
“The machines are basically sophisticated centrifuge devices that can handle a huge volume of water and separate at unprecedented rates,” Ocean Therapy Solutions CEO John Houghtaling said.
“They were developed from older centrifuge technology.
“Normal centrifuge machines are very slow and sensitive to different ratios of oil to water mixtures at intake. ”
Costner has been funding a team of scientists for the past 15 years to develop a technology that could be used for massive oil spills.
The Acad[e]my Award-winner could not be reached for comment, but told reporters last week that he wanted to help.
“Years before I got involved, oil spills came and I would wonder why we couldn’t clean this up,” he said. – Source
Post link: http://kevincostner.tk
Related post: Reports of multiple seabed leaks/vents/gushers in the Gulf of Mexico 7/7/2010 video
I still haven’t found any evidence, at least not strong evidence, that the Freemasons heavily influenced the CIA during the South American Dirty Wars, but I did find out that it’s head during that time, was a Catholic…
In answer to the title, I know of none, but I do remember reading a few absurd comments from a Catholic Bishop and from P. Obama saying people off all fields should meet to discuss it. I’m talking about this because I’ve noticed that ever since the “artificial” DNA was created and injected into some bacterial life form, that people have been coming to my journal looking to see if there has been any controversy about it from Christians. It doesn’t bother me to know that artificial life could be created, because Revelation/The Apocalypse already says that Satan would create life himself:
Then I saw another beast rising out of the earth. It had two horns like a lamb and it spoke like a dragon: It exercises all the authority of the first beast in its presence, and makes the earth and its inhabitants worship the first beast, whose mortal wound was healed. It performs great signs, even making fire come down from heaven to earth in front of people, and by the signs that it is allowed to work in the presence of the beast it deceives those who dwell on earth, telling them to make an image for the beast that was wounded by the sword and yet lived. And it was allowed to give breath to the image of the beast, so that the image of the beast might even speak and might cause those who would not worship the image of the beast to be slain. Also it causes all, both small and great, both rich and poor, both free and slave, to be marked on the right hand or the forehead, so that no one can buy or sell unless he has the mark, that is, the name of the beast or the number of its name. This calls for wisdom: let the one who has understanding calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man, and his number is 666. – Revelation 13:11-18
To me, it’s another clear sign that we are in the end last half of the last days.
About twenty minutes ago, I was walking outside to work on my netbook, and a group of teens walked past me as I walked, and a female said to me, “Jesus loves you” and I thought I heard another one of them say something like, “You shouldn’t make fun of… [people?].” But as I walked past them it began to bother me and I was curious about them since I’d never seen them before. So I turned around to ask the one who spoke to me if she and her apparent boyfriend were Christians. They said yes, and I think the boyfriend then said, “Catholics” at that point, but they did acknowledge they were. And I asked if they had evidence that God loves everyone. And the boyfriend to my disappointment (but at the same time I was happy he new Scripture) quoted John 3:16. The girlfriend asked me what was wrong either before or after I tried to tell them gently that the Bible uses metaphors another one of their group, a female, with a beautiful face, came up to me, as the one who first spoke to me said, asked if I wanted to pray about something. But then a few seconds later said that she had to “jump her ex boyfriend” and replied, “jump” thinking of sex, but it occurred to me that wasn’t what she meant since she said “ex boyfriend”. would talk to me later. I then followed them and the rest of their group and soon her boyfriend began arguing with the ex, who turned out to be his brother, who was very different looking, as he was white, and the current boyfriend was plainly was Latin, though not the stereotypical looking type. I recorded some of the arguing which later turned to fighting. Stupid me I didn’t turn it on when I first started talking to them. I don’t plan on showing the video anyways, except a long time after, because the police around here are corrupt, and I want nothing to do with them unless it’s to sue them. But I tell this story because it adds to what I’ve previously said about Catholics. I’m not being direct in case they read this – don’t want to offend with sharp words. There’s a little more to the story, but not important.
I’m pretty tormented ever since I saw, some hours ago during the day, a very, very beautiful woman, with an ugly man, and she glanced at me intently twice, but I didn’t get a clear look at her face as I wanted to, since she was very beautiful even from a distance. I hope to see her again.
by Nick Klopsis
A California judge upheld charges of murder against a mixed martial arts fighter on Friday after the man allegedly cut the victim’s heart out of his chest. Mixed martial arts fighter Jarrod Wyatt, 26, was reportedly under the influence of psychedelic drugs when witnesses said he and his sparring partner, Taylor Powell, became preoccupied with the notion that the end of the world was near and that there would be a final struggle between God and the devil, the Times-Standard reports. Del Norte County Police Sgt. Elwood Lee, who responded to the incident early March 21, said that Wyatt told him at the scene that he saw the devil in Powell’s face and that “‘Satan was in that dude.'” He allegedly cut an 18-inch hole in Powell’s chest, removed his heart, cut his tongue off and removed a majority of Powell’s face. Lee also said that Wyatt admitted he had cooked the body parts in a wood stove at the Klamath residence because he thought that Powell was still alive and that he needed to “stop the devil.” “At one point,” Lee said in court, “[Wyatt] asked if we were God, or if we were God coming to save him.” Detective Ed Fleshman, who testified that he spoke with Wyatt in a holding cell later that morning, said that Wyatt told him that he, Powell and two other friends had drunk hallucinogenic mushroom tea prior to the incident. When one friend, Justin Davis, tried to leave the scene, Wyatt reportedly tried to stop him, saying that a tidal wave was coming. Davis left to go to nearby Crescent City but returned later to get his dog, when he saw a struggle ensuing in the living room and proceeded to call 911. – More here
mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days.
People will be in love with themselves, lovers of money,
boastful, proud, abusive… without love, unforgiving…
without self-control, brutal…
2 Timothy 3:1-3
Post link: http://abovetopsecret.tk
Would have published this about 2 P.M. or earlier, but was really exhausted and had to sleep.
A fake news article headline says, “Researchers record the screams of the damned”
Early in the morning George Knapp had on Mark Allin, the corporate officer responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of the corporation and for operations management of “The Above Network” (abovetopsecret.com and belowtopsecret.com) and the co-creator of both sites. Mark is one of the men responsible for the discrimination of Christians in both websites, having them banned if they post Bible verses or speak against liberals or promote Christianity or creationism (despite the token forum sections set up for such talk). The corporation is meant to destroy all major religions, as his words, moderators and certain stories he features sometimes show. For example he made a nonsensical attack against all major religions when Knapp was interviewing, by saying that he (Mark) didn’t know why governments were hiding (and lying about) the fact that aliens and UFOs exist (after having given out the typical guesses as to why) being that “the major religions no longer control government”, or he said something almost exactly like that. In other words, “the major religions are against the truth, so I don’t know why non-religious people who now control the government won’t tell the truth”. That statement is a contradiction, besides being bigoted as it’s not based on truth itself and is libel against Christians who obey God and do good by doing so and that good ends up helping bigoted, vain, hypocritical liars like Mark to survive and live well. It’s also an absurd statement being that many people in governments all over the world are religious, which shows that Mark is an ignoramus and forgetful of the very obvious. It contradicts itself in that what he said implies that non-religious people are truth and beneficial, and so they shouldn’t be lying to or hiding helpful information from the world: they can’t be truth and hindering liars at the same time. It’s also a contradiction in that it makes out all religious people to be mere liars and people who only hide beneficial knowledge, but if that were true, they would all be dead and would not have formed governments let alone any family units that benefited anyone or which helped produce facts. No governments would have been formed being that the first people known to have existed were all religious (and therefore according to Mark, the opposite of orderly), and if you don’t believe that the fist humans were religious, archaeological logical evidence of all the first civilizations shows that they were entirely or mostly religious. The U.S. government also started out partially based on Christianity, and slowly became secular. In other words Mark implied that order and truth came from chaos, disorder, from liars and truth-hiders: but as we can see, liars and truth-hiders cannot maintain order on their own, they need the help of honest and beneficial people in order to do so, or have the appearance of doing so (and it sure wasn’t atheists or secularists who were secretly stabilizing the governments of the world for thousands of years). Because of people like Mark however, especially people who teach that the universe had it’s sole origin in a chaotic beginning and that chaos/randomness is a real “law of physics/nature” that affects everything, it doesn’t sound like a contradiction to them to say “disorder produced order”. If that is the case for you, consider this contradictory statement: “The liar is a truthful person” or this one, “those who hide the truth are people who show the truth”, or “those who promote disorder are people who promote what leads to order”.
Now some may argue that Mark was merely generalizing, but from the actions he allows on ATS, which is the endless banning of Christians and constant vilification of Christians (especially fundamentalists of any religion – and fundamentalists to them are basically, “people who teach that only one God exists and that he wants his will to be followed regardless of anyone elses will, and that God is perfect and wants you to be perfect too, and will punish you if you aren’t). And people like Mark (and many of them are atheists) always leave out that Christians or Muslims show any love. It’s also noteworthy that Mark said “major religions” which would include Buddhism, even though it’s atheistic, and so some might say that Mark isn’t an atheist and therefore very biased as I and other Christians might imagine, however, if Mark were the type who didn’t want to immediately offend, but to try and persuade people to go to his website to make a profit off them and continually by making converts of them to humanistic atheism, then it would have been logical for him to hide his hateful focus on Christians, Muslims and Hindus by making a more generalized statement, which in the minds of many, sounds more fair (and not a bias/hateful attitude due to pride) and therefore less offensive.
Mark, who makes himself out to be an knowledgeable of religion and conspiracies and mysteries also showed his vanity and carelessness when a caller that morning asked if Mark
had ever heard of the recording of screams from Hell made by a Russian researcher. Mark and Knapp said they didn’t know anything about it, but Mark said he had heard of “Mel’s Hole” and that it had been a popular topic when Art Bell was the main host of C2C A.M., and that Art was friends with Mel, and that Mel had made recordings of sounds in the hole and it probably had to do with the hole. Wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong. It’s been shown for a long time now, more than a year, that “Mel’s Hole” and the screams from Hell were hoaxes. Even on ATS, one alien-believing member “AlienS” credit thieved off snopes.com and on the same day “ladyspiritguide” plagiarized AlienS and AlienS plagiarized snopes.com (owned by the Darwinist couple Barbara and David Mikkelson) and Barbara and David apparently credit-thieved off truthorfiction.com (credit-thieving and plagiarism is something common among non-fundamentalist Christians, and no surprise Darwinists are being that Darwin credit-thieved off Edward Blyth).
The skeptoid.com article I linked to as a reference (which I wouldn’t have done for a main reference if I had found another source I found years ago) itself has lies in it, claiming that a man named “Red Elk” claimed no native American ancestry, even though it’s clearly stated on Coast to Coast AM that he had (long before the Mel’s Hole skeptoid article was published). The skeptoid article also makes the absurd claim that,
These [Coast to Coast] episodes [in which hoaxes were accepted as fact by Art Bell and George Noory] show that Coast to Coast AM will gladly give a platform to any caller, with any story, no matter how preposterous, even those made up on the spur of the moment with no documentation or verification. Now, there’s nothing wrong with doing that and I don’t think it’s a fair criticism; after all it’s a show about weird stuff and they make no representation that everything (or anything) they broadcast is true.
Besides the obviously false claim that in order to have “weird” and strange material you most embrace any story that comes your way and that there’s nothing wrong with lying or assuming, it’s not true that C2C AM allows anyone on – as I’ve shown, it avoids fundamentalist Christians and usually belittles and vilifies them, and I don’t remember in my years of listening one Muslim guest.
Something I just realized after having typed all of the above info: George Knapp had expressed his disgust for skeptics while interviewing Mark, but Mark never once mentioned Bill Irvine, the CEO of Above Networks, and participating member of ATS, under the user name, “Skeptic Overlord”.
I wondered if Gary Coleman was an atheist, being that his life was terrible. I found out that he had an ongoing kidney disease, and “was always sick“. While looking for info I found out that he may have become a Mormon in his last days, a sad thing if true, being that according to Scripture a person who came close to being saved will be much worse off than one who didn’t, and worse off than those who didn’t know Scripture, in other words, God’s will. Hopefully he saw past the deception of any Mormon’s who mislead him and figured out the truth, which may explain why he was said to be sharing “the gospel” and not “the story of Jospeh Smith” or “testimony of the LDS”.