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  • Richard Stengel Posted 3 weeks ago under Government, Politics

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    Contents [Hide]Early careerScandals faced as managing editor of TimeRichard Stengel’s stint in public officeInvolvement in the Atlantic Council and NewsGuard Richard Stengel (born May 2, 1955) was born and raised in New York City. He graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University in 1977, after which he won a Rhodes Scholarship and proceeded to study   Full article…

  • Tom Ridge Posted 3 weeks ago under Government, Politics

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    Contents [Hide]Tom Ridge and his role as the director of the Office of Homeland SecurityControversies behind the Department of Homeland SecurityTom Ridge’s life after his time as the Secretary of Homeland Security The Republican and neoconservative Thomas “Tom” J. Ridge (born August 26, 1945) is most famous for being the first Secretary of Homeland Security   Full article…

  • The Hollihoax website Posted 5 years ago under Government, Politics, Truth

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    The Hollihoax website has been set up to obfuscate the truth and it uses medical reports from dubious sources and without the patients’ permission! The website is hosted by: Host: ned.enixns.com IP: 91.238.164.2 Hostname: ned.enixns.com ISP: Pulsant (Scotland) Ltd Organization: Pulsant (Scotland) Ltd Country: United Kingdom Longitude: -0.130000 Latitude: 51.500000 ned.Enixns.com IP Location IP location   Full article…

  • Mystery Schools Posted 5 years ago under Conspiracies, Education, Government, History

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    Contents [Hide]Reflection on the Evolution of the Mystery SchoolsReferencesSuggested readingNote Reflection on the Evolution of the Mystery Schools “All that glitters is not gold”: Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice The same is particularly true of the published histories of alchemy, esotericism and much of the related information regarding the mystery schools planted on the web   Full article…

  • Project Posted 5 years ago under Education, Government, Truth

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    Contents [Hide]OverviewSpecific usesSchool and universityEngineering projectProject managementExamples of notable projectsReferences In contemporary business and science, a project is defined as a collaborative enterprise, involving research or design, that is carefully planned to achieve a particular aim.[1] Projects can be further defined as temporary rather than permanent social systems or work systems that are constituted by teams   Full article…

  • Operation Plumbbob Posted 5 years ago under Government, History, Military, Weapons

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    Contents [Hide]BackgroundRadiological effectsPropulsion of steel plate capReferences Operation Plumbbob was a series of nuclear tests conducted between May 28 and October 7, 1957, at the Nevada Test Site, following Project 57, and preceding Project 58/58A.[1] It was the biggest, longest, and most controversial test series in the continental United States. Background The operation consisted of   Full article…

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