Tuesday, November 16, 2010

COMSTECH, an Islamic scientific think tank blames HAARP for global disasters such as earthquakes, including the recent flood in Pakistan!

Comstech’s magnificent headquarters are located on Constitution Avenue in Islamabad. It has been headed by Dr Atta-ur-Rahman since 1996. Although its performance has been consistently mediocre, the organisation has now descended to an all-time low.  Recently Dr Rahman published an eye-popping article entitled HAARP (Dawn, Oct 17). The article claims that a physics research project, based in Alaska, may have been used by the US to trigger earthquakes globally, and could also have caused the catastrophic floods in Pakistan. Dr Rahman concludes with a chilling question: “Is the HAARP then, a harmless research tool — or a weapon of mass destruction far more lethal than nuclear weapons? We may never know.”

Full article: http://www.dawn.com/2010/11/16/case-of-bogus-science.html 

Bo Si the Psychic Panda is no Paul the Psychic Octopus!
First there was Paul the octopus, now there's Bo Si, the "psychic" panda.  Bo Si picked a Chinese athlete to be the first gold medal winner of the Asian Games -- and Yuan Xiaochao promptly won for wushu, boosting the popularity of the 12 giant pandas at Xiangjiang Safari Park in Guangzhou.  But given China are so dominant, are favorites to finish top of the medals table and have the biggest squad at the Games, critics said it hardly proved Bo Si's telepathic powers.  And it emerged Bo Si had been given the option to pick a bamboo shoot, which represented a Chinese winner, or an apple for a foreigner. Pandas exist on a bamboo diet.

Full article: http://news.discovery.com/animals/psychic-panda-paul-octopus.html

Spiritualist takes picture of picture of supernatural activity  in Cassiobury Park, Watford, UK?
Spiritualist Jamie Burnell claims to have found "compelling evidence" of paranormal activity in Cassiobury Park and is now looking to investigate more locations in the Watford area.  Jamie was encouraged to investigate the popular Watford park after viewing a photograph in the Watford Observer earlier this year.

Full article: http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/news/8668796.Spooky_sightings_in_Cassiobury_Park/

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