In his controversial 1994 book The Physics of Immortality, Tipler claims to provide a mechanism for immortality.
Immortality is the concept of life in a body or soul for an infinite or inconceivably vast length of time.As immortality is the negation of mortality?not dying or not being subject to death?it has been a subject of fascination to human since at least the beginning of history....
and the resurrection
Miraculous resurrection of one sort or another has been a recurrent theme or central doctrine of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and other Abrahamic religions....
of the dead consistent with the known laws of physics, provided by a computer intelligence he terms the Omega Point
Omega point (Tipler)
The Omega Point is a term used by Tulane University professor of mathematics and physics Frank J. Tipler to describe what he maintains is a necessary physical cosmology state in the far future of the universe....
and which he identifies with God
God is a deity in theism and deism religions and other belief systems, representing either the sole deity in monotheism, or a principal deity in polytheism....
. The line of argument is that the evolution of intelligent species will enable scientific progress to grow exponentially, eventually enabling control over the universe
The universe is defined as everything that physically exists: the entirety of space and time, all forms of matter, energy and momentum, and the physical laws and physical constants that govern them....
even on the largest possible scale. Tipler predicts that this process will culminate with an all-powerful intelligence whose computing speed and information storage will grow exponentially at a rate exceeding the collapse of the universe, thus providing infinite "experiential time" which will be used to run computer simulations of all intelligent life that has ever lived in the history of our universe. This virtual reality
Virtual reality is a technology which allows a user to interact with a computer-simulated environment, whether that environment is a simulation of the real world or an imaginary world....
emulation is what Tipler means by "the resurrection of the dead."
pro iraq war, possible mossad infiltrator
Politicians are nonses
Jewish agency for isreal
World union of jewish students
Has mossad written all over him
Initially, Chalabi enjoyed close political and business relationships with some members of the U.S. government, including some prominent neoconservatives within the Pentagon. Chalabi is said to have had political contacts within the Project for the New American Century, most notably with Paul Wolfowitz, a student of nuclear strategist Albert Wohlstetter, and Richard Perle who was introduced to Chalabi by Wohlstetter in 1985
n 1977, he founded the Petra Bank in Jordan. In the late 1980s, the government of Jordan issued a decree ordering all banks in the country to deposit one fifth of their reserves with the Central Bank. Petra Bank was the only bank that was unable to meet this requirement, and so Chalabi fled the country before the authorities could react. Chalabi was convicted and sentenced in absentia for bank fraud by a Jordanian military tribunal. He faces 22 years in prison, should he again enter Jordan. Chalabi maintains that his prosecution was a politically motivated effort to discredit him. In May 2005, it was reported that King Abdullah II of Jordan had promised to pardon Chalabi, in part to ease the relations between Jordan and the new Iraqi government of which Chalabi was a member. According to one report, Chalabi proposed a $32 million compensation fund for depositers affected by Petra Bank's failure. The website for Petra Bank contains a press release stating that Chalabi would refuse the pardon. Although he has always maintained the case was a plot to frame him by Baghdad, the issue was revisited later when the U.S. State Department raised questions about the INC's accounting practices. According to the New York Times, "Chalabi insisted on a public apology, which the Jordanians refused to give."
He was involved in organizing a resistance movement among Kurds in northern Iraq in the mid-1990s. When that effort was crushed and hundreds of his supporters were killed, Chalabi fled the country. Chalabi lobbied in Washington for the passage of the Iraq Liberation Act (passed October 1998), which earmarked US$97 million to support Iraqi opposition groups, virtually all of which was funneled through the INC.
Chalabi has been accused by some opposition figures of using the INC to further his own ambitions.
this guy smells hypocrite
Iyad Allawi, leader of the Iraqi National Accord
Allawi is related to Ahmed Chalabi, another prominent former exile and now disgraced though somewhat rehabilitated U.S. ally, through his sister. Former minister of trade Ali Allawi is Chalabi's sister's son as well as Iyad Allawi's cousin
Before the Iraq invasion, Allawi's organisation - just like Ahmed Chalabi's - was responsible for eye- catching but groundless intelligence exploited by supporters of war. #
In the case of Allawi's group, it was reports passed to MI6 in the spring and summer of 2002, including the false claim that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction which he could deploy at 45 minutes' notice.
This now infamous "45-minute claim" fed through to the dossier of intelligence which was used as the justification for our involvement in the invasion of Iraq.
It was this dossier, and the 45-minute claim in particular, that David Kelly challenged in his crucial interview with the BBC.
By doing so, did he sign his own death warrant?
"The Foreign Office no longer does foreign policy," Mr Inkster said. "It acts as a platform for a multiplicity of UK departments and the lack of a clearly articulated sense of our strategic location in the world explains how we got dragged into a war with Iraq which was always against our better judgment."
Mr Inkster said the world was moving from "being policed by America to be policed by nobody" and the danger of an increasingly unstable world meant populations were likely to fall back on the "snake oil and voodoo" of religious and nationalistic movements.
Supporters and influence
It has many high-profile signatories to its statement of principles, including the Members of Parliament Michael Ancram, Michael Gove, Greg Pope, Edward Vaizey, David Willetts, Denis MacShane, Fabian Hamilton, Gisela Stuart, former MPs David Trimble, Jackie Lawrence, as well as Sir Richard Dearlove ù former head of the British Secret Intelligence Service, and presently Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge - and the American economist Irwin Stelzer. Notable patrons include Richard Perle and William Kristol ù two of the leading lights in the American neoconservative movement, James Woolsey ù former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and Tsakhiagiyn Elbegdorj, former Prime Minister of Mongolia.
The society has the support of several journalists, including Stephen Pollard, Gerard Baker and Oliver Kamm. In addition, signatories Gisela Stuart and Greg Pope are members of the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee, which consults on British foreign policy.
The April 2006 statement of geopolitical principles produced by members of the British left and known as the "Euston Manifesto" has significant similarities with the Henry Jackson Society's ideas.
He resides in London and the United States. Stelzer has served as a managing director of the investment banking firm of Rothschild Inc and was co-founder and president of National Economic Research Associates, Inc which became NERA Economic Consulting and which was subsequently sold to Marsh & McLennan, Inc. He is a signatory of the Henry Jackson Society, a senior director and fellow of the Hudson Institute and has edited and introduced a book on neoconservatism.
Professor Keith Hawton of the Centre for Suicide Research -----is an agent
mossad get rid of the police. the use mossad insurgents to rid the country of all opposition.
dissing of norman baker
But Mr Baker, regarded as a leading member of the Commons "awkward squad", is unrepentant over ruffling fellow politicians' feathers.
Friday, April 06, 2007
More nutters join the Norman Baker fan club
Norman Baker will be peddling his conspiracy theories about Dr David Kelly once again this coming Wednesday at a meeting in the town of Lewes.
The talk has been arranged by Changing Times, a conspiracy theory group that describes itself as "dedicated to the stimulation of new thinking" on topics such as "metaphysical investigation".
Another bunch of conspiracy obsessives with a rather weak grip on reality, in other words. So Baker will feel very much at home.
In fact Baker's last involvement with this group saw him welcoming a Changing Times talk about how 9/11 was all a Jewish/CIA plot.
Baker's keeness on 9/11 conspiracy theories has also won him fans at The British 9/11 Truth Campaign, who now want to use Norman Baker's name to promote their silly conspiracies and to help them "show how Stop The War cannot deny 9/11 truth".
Good to know Baker's used his time in office to help give weight to make believe and anti-Jewish conspiracy theories.
No doubt Baker and his new pals will be telling us that an MI5 plot is the reason he has failed to get Lewes the money for the flood defences it needs.
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East Timor world bank corruption
military database on settlements
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BOURNEMOUTH HEBREW CONGREGATION - ADULT EDUCATION. : Running in line (approximately) with the academic year, there is a session on a wide ranging variety of topics every Monday. For full details of any particular session, please see the calendar specifics below.
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uk finance investments
Solomon collects 666 talents of gold each year, a huge amount of money for a small nation like Israel.
Engineers have fixed the "Big Bang" machine after an electrical fault led to it being shut-down in September last year.
The last of 53 replacement magnets for the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)- the largest scientific instrument ever built - has been lowered into the 16-mile tunnel straddling the Swiss-French border which houses the machine.
And scientists say they are back on track to re-start the particle accelerator in the autumn.
The LHC, based at the Swiss headquarters of the European nuclear research organisation Cern, was switched on in September last year amid a fanfare of publicity.
But just ten days later the electrical fault led to a catastrophic leak of helium - which is used to cool the machine's powerful magnets - causing a complete shut-down.
The LHC is designed to collide sub-atomic particles together at energies never before attained.
IMMORTALITY IS KEY. FOR THE INDIVIDUAL AND THEN ALL OTHERS.
all about the gold till ww3
gold and oil and uranium run the army and therefore the economy
immortalism and eternalism the hidden war
In 2005, the European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia (EUMC), a body of the European Union, developed a more detailed discussion: "Antisemitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews. Rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities. In addition, such manifestations could also target the state of Israel, conceived as a Jewish collectivity. Antisemitism frequently charges Jews with conspiring to harm humanity, and it is often used to blame Jews for 'why things go wrong'."
# relating to or characterized by anti-Semitism; hating Jews
# Antisemitism (alternatively spelled anti-semitism or anti-Semitism; also rarely known as judeophobia) is the prejudice against or hostility toward Jews as a group. The prejudice or hostility is usually characterized by a combination of religious, racial, cultural and ethnic biases. ...
# Hostility toward or discrimination against Jews as a religious, ethnic, or racial group
In linguistics and ethnology, Semitic (from the Biblical "Shem", Hebrew: ??, translated as "name", Arabic: ?????) was first used to refer to a language family of largely Middle Eastern origin, now called the Semitic languages. This family includes the ancient and modern forms of Akkadian, Amharic, Arabic, Aramaic, Ge'ez, Hebrew, Maltese, Phoenician, Tigre and Tigrinya among others.
Ancient Semitic peoples
The following is a list of ancient Semitic peoples.
* Akkadians ù migrated into Mesopotamia in the late 4th millennium BC and amalgamate with non-Semitic Mesopotamian (Sumerian) populations into the Assyrians and Babylonians of the Late Bronze Age.
* Eblaites ù 23rd century BC
* Aramaeans ù 16th to 8th century BC / Akhlames (Ahlamu) 14th century BC
* Ugarites, 14th to 12th centuries BC
* Canaanite language speaking nations of the early Iron Age:
o Hebrews/Israelites ù founded the kingdom of Israel and Judah, the remnants of which became the Jews and Samaritans
o Syrian Malabar Nasranis
o Phoenicians ù founded Mediterranean colonies including Carthage
* Old South Arabian speaking peoples
o Sabaeans of Yemen ù 9th to 1st c. BC
* Ethio-Semitic speaking peoples
o Aksumites ù 4th c. BC to 7th c. AD
* Arabs, Old North Arabian speaking Bedouins
o Gindibu's Arabs 9th c. BC
o Lihyanites ù 6th to 1st c. BC
o Thamud people ù 2nd to 5th c. AD
o Ghassanids ù 3rd to 7th c. AD
o Nabataeans ù adopted Arabic in the 4th century AD
Palestinian people, (Arabic: ????? ??????????, ash-sha`b al-filasTini) also referred to as Palestinians or Palestinians Arabs Arabic: ????????????, al-filasTiniyyun; (Arabic: ????? ????????????, al-`Arab al-filasTiniyyun), are an Arabic-speaking people that originate in the region of Palestine.
Among Arabic-speaking Palestinians there are/were, most numerously, Sunni and Shia Muslims, Druze, Orthodox, Catholic, and Protestant Christians, Bahß'φs, Samaritans, and Jews.
With them, they took and diversified Yiddish, a Germanic Jewish language that had since medieval times been the lingua franca among Ashkenazi Jews.
Ashkenazi Jews accounted for (at their highest) 92% of the world's Jews in 1931 and today make up approximately 80% of Jews worldwide.
Nearly half of all Israeli Jews are descended from Jews who immigrated from Europe, while around the same number are descended from Jews who immigrated from Arab countries, Iran, Turkey and Central Asia. Over two hundred thousand are, or are descended from, Ethiopian and Indian Jews