Friday, April 24, 2009

Therac-25


Click on the post title and briefly read the basics about the Therac- 25. Then read the Popular Science excerpt:


After President Nixon signs the Nuclear Nation act that; “…clears the way for private companies and inventors to conceive new applications and uses for nuclear power”. The Rockefeller’s reached an agreement to allow the Atomic Energy of Canada (AEC) to perform the laboratory research and test trials on the Therac-Series of devices; other wise known as the Rockefeller Device.


Saturday, April 18, 2009

Good Morning! Today is Saturday, December 5th, 1987.

"Manhattan Crime boss Alphonse Capone III, escaped sometime yesterday from his undisclosed maximum security prison confines. His escape comes less than twenty-four hours after being mysteriously captured by an unknown individual or individuals and left for NY authorities to discover. His notorious mail-order wife; who goes by the name Swedish Spider, who is suspect in several unsolved criminal investigations- has also gone missing. These individuals are considered armed and very dangerous; if you have any information on the location of Capone or the so-called Swedish Spider, you are asked to call the NY police or the FBI. This is Sherri Potter Reporting."

In nationa
l news: Russian General Secretary Gorbachev is expected to arrive early Monday in the U.S. for a summit meeting with President Reagan. This will be the third such meeting between world leaders, the first here in the U.S. These talks are being held in hopes to reduce the nuclear weapon arsenal both countries have amassed since the Kennedy Administration. We will have live coverage starting Monday morning at 7am.

*The FBI does not condone or encourage vigilantism of any kind. If such individuals are found in violation of the law they will be prosecuted.

Sunday, April 12, 2009

H.E.R.O. (Homeland Elite Response Operatives)


Under the veneer of 49th St. and 5th Ave., in the husk of a forgotten rail station and hidden from public notice resides the Rockefeller Institute Center. It is here super-agents are dispatched to detain talented or dangerous individuals; avert disasters or forestall tragedy; whatever the situation, if there is need enough- if the risk is too high for anyone else- the agents of H.E.R.O. are activated.

Monday, April 6, 2009

History Lesson

February 1959, Fidel Castro becomes prime minister of Cuba. In its first year, the new revolutionary government expropriated private property with little or no compensation, nationalized public utilities, tightened controls on the private sector and closed down the gambling industry. The government also evicted many US citizens from the island. The regime nationalized of private property totaling about $25 billion U.S. dollars, out of which American property made up only over US $1.0 billions.


1960, President Eisenhower stated that it would be US government policy to assist and train Cuban exiles for action against the new Cuban government of Fidel Castro. In President Eisenhower’s final State of the Union Address to Congress, he warns of the increasing power of a "military-industrial complex".

The failed, April 1961, Bay of Pigs Invasion severely embarrassed the Kennedy Administration and made Castro wary of future US intervention in Cuba. Later that year, Kennedy engaged Operation Mongoose, a series of covert operations against Castro's government. They were largely unsuccessful but resulted in a United States economic embargo against Cuba.


In September 1962, the Cuban government saw significant evidence that the U.S. would invade. Castro and Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev agreed to secretly place strategic nuclear missiles in Cuba. In October 1962, the Communist Bloc nations began their campaign to intensify assets in the Caribbean, and began to modernize Cuba's armed forces using direct Soviet funding.


In 1963; Castro militants attempted to have President Kennedy assassinated while simultaneously beginning a intensive military campaign where by 1965 Fidel Castro and his generals, with Russian assistance, possessed military control of the islands of Haiti, Jamaica, and Puerto Rico.


In 1969, before John F. Kennedy finished his second term, the United States and Canada joined scientific ventures into new alternate Nuclear Power uses, Bionic applications and united Economic policies to combat the growing communist movement. The Energy Sciences Network act was passed.


1971, during the Apollo 14 mission- NASA discovers what could be an earth-like atmosphere on the Saturn moon Titan. Later that year, President Nixon signs the Nuclear Nation act that clears the way for private companies and inventors to conceive new applications and uses for nuclear power.

In 1973, the first successful bionic man was developed, tested and implemented as a covert government agent. He died in action a year later in Vietnam. Another test case was designed but may not have ever been implemented.

Fast forward to December 1987; after twenty years of military coalitions, espionage, weapons development, invasions, propaganda, and competitive technological development- the Cold War could be at an end. President Reagan and General Secretary Gorbachev have initiated talks to pursue significant nuclear weapons reduction. With the belief that Gorbachev and Reagan can come to diplomatic terms; four summit conferences have been established- with the third such meeting to take place this week in Washington DC.