Friday, November 23, 2007

Aerosol Crimes 1st Edition

This documentary produced by chemtrail researcher Clifford Carnicom is a must see and an excellent research tool. Five plus years into the operations has provided ample evidence in this 90min DVD that covers many topics. Over the years aerosol/chemtrail research has provided some leads but even more questions as to who and why the spraying occurs. It is clear jets are deliberately spraying the sky's and it will not stop until enough people are aware and willing to stand up for the operations exposure and termination.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

1519 Ad - The Conquest of The Incas

When Pizarro, 170 soldiers and a friar arrived, The Inca, scornful of the scruffy Spaniards, invited them to stay in the town. They kidnapped the Inca, collected a ransom and killed him. But the plunder had only begun. The Spaniards diseases wiped out 90% of the Incas.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Horizon, Titan, A Place Like Home?

BBC Documentary about the Huygens mission to Titan, which landed in January 2005.

Monday, November 19, 2007

Windsor Castle A Royal Year

For the better part of a millennium, Windsor Castle has been at the heart of British history - the awesome fortress, family home, treasure chest and burial ground for the royal dynasty who went on to take its name. But, there is another side to the castle that tourists never see. It is the real Windsor - home, workplace, playground and paradise. For the first time ever, cameras are chronicling a year in the life of the world's largest inhabited castle.

Four seasons: Rituals and events mark the calendar year for the castle and its staff. Two of the year's largest events take place in June. The Order of the Garter ceremony, an annual celebration of Britain's oldest and highest order of chivalry, draws former politicians, national heroes, long-serving representatives of the crown and crowds of spectators. The biggest event in the racing calendar, the Royal Ascot, takes place on the impressive castle grounds. From horseracing to waging bets on the color of the queen's hat, this event sparks interest in spectators from all backgrounds. The Banquet: After six months of planning and preparation, France's President and Madame Chirac arrive to mark the centenary of Entente Cordiale. In addition to an official state dinner, guests will be treated to an abridged version of "Les Miserables," to be performed in the Waterloo Chamber. But, as protesters gather outside the Castle and producer Sir Cameron Macintosh copes with last-minute delays, unexpected glitches could upset all of the hard work and planning.