News Stories relating to "china"
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Chinese researchers have announced that they have made a breakthrough that brings the development of a supersonic submarine one step closer to reality, using a special liquid membrane to reduce the friction that the surrounding water would create on the craft.
Monday, April 8, 2013
More than a million people die every year from air pollution in China, which has the fastest growing economy in the world. But how do you convince people to come and work in what is ALSO the most polluted city in the world
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Reduced air circulation and cold winter temperatures have combined to create what is one of the most intense pollution events in history over China
. Unhealthy polluted air blankets three fourths of a country the size of Europe. It’s as if the entire United...
Thursday, July 5, 2012
Whether or not it can be seen from space
, the Great Wall of China is incredibly long. After five years of investigation, Chinese archeologists have determined that the Great Wall is actually more than 13,000 miles long, TWICE as long as it was previously...
Monday, January 23, 2012
There are signs that China may not be doing as well economically as it claims to be, and those signs are: skyscrapers. According to a study by Barclays Capital, the building of skyscrapers over the last 140 years is a sure indicator of an imminent crash. The construction boom that produced both New York's Chrysler and Empire State buildings...
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
America's classified X-37B satellite, which went into orbit in March, 2011, is probably spying on
China's space station (NOTE: Subscribers
can still listen to this show), Tiangong-1, which was launched in...
Friday, December 2, 2011
Chinese archeologists say that they have discovered that 12,000 years ago, an alien race used some regions of their country as a massive headquarters here on Earth. They base this conclusion on the Xianyang pyramid near the top of Mount Baigong in the western province of Qinghai. While it must be realized that much of the news coming out of China...
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Hackers interfered with two US satellites 4 times between 2007 and 2008. These incidents involved observation systems which targeted through a ground station in Norway which are used to observe the earth's climate and terrain (or is that just the "cover story?")
Thursday, November 3, 2011
The food the ordinary Chinese eat
may sometimes consist of soy sauce made from hair sweepings, but just as in the old Soviet Union (where the Communist elite shopped in special stories while ordinary folks stood in long lines to buy toilet paper), the Chinese...
Monday, August 29, 2011
An immense, increasingly sophisticated illegal trade in wildlife parts conducted by organized crime, coupled with antiquated enforcement methods, are decimating the world's most beloved species including rhinos, tigers, and elephants on a scale never before seen. Much of the trade is driven by wealthy...
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Scientists are inserting human genes or cells into animals in order to create hybrids
for use in medical research (NOTE: This is one of the books you can get from the Whitley Strieber Collection
, complete with an...
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
On Dreamland on July 29
, Jim Marrs warned that China has been testing electromagnetic pulse weapons for use against US aircraft carriers in any future conflict over Taiwan, and now press reports are appearing that...
Monday, July 25, 2011
It's like a bargain made with the devil: It turns out we have China's POLLUTION
to thank for the reason climate change hasn't made the weather warmer. Smoke belching from Asia's rapidly growing economies is largely responsible for a halt in...
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Scientists can identify zebras by their "bar codes"
--now they can identify shark fins by zip code. Shark fins are illegally poached by the Chinese in order to make one of their great delicacies: shark fin soup. Tens of millions of animals are killed every...
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Forensic scientists are discovering that DNA and "genetic markers" can predict who will--or will--turn to a life of crime. If this is true, it portends a frightening future where we give infants DNA swabs, then decide whether to watch them (or even incarcerate them) for the rest of their lives. Since more black men are jailed in the US...
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
The West has become so dependent
on the Chinese economy that it's imperative to understand them. It turns out that a 2,000 year old board game that the Chinese play constantly (the way we play cards, chess or checkers) is the key to this understanding. Learning the ancient board...
Friday, March 11, 2011
When you go out to a Chinese restaurant, be sure you know where the rice they're serving comes from: Up to 10% of the rice grown in China
is contaminated with harmful heavy metals like cadmium, due to pollution from that country's rapid industrialization. A new report...
Monday, October 11, 2010
Good or bad?
- While Chinese medicine is causing the extinction of endangered species
, Chinese herbs are turning up more and more in Western doctors' offices. We are learning more and more new ways to heal ourselves--and our planet (NOTE:...
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
China is exporting a new kind of dangerous item: Spam. It's not enough that they're polluting our air, they're also polluting our computers.
So far in 2009, nearly three-quarters of the websites advertised in computer spam have been traced to China. Researcher Gary Warner says, "China has become a safe haven for website operators that...
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
?.by buying General Motors and Chrysler - In The Truth About Cars website, Bertel Schmitt says that China's daily business newspaper, the 21st Century Business Herald, has reported that a "senior official of China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology" has hinted that "the auto manufacturing giants in China have the...
Monday, November 17, 2008
How to tell if food is made in China: Read the barcode! - The FDA is finally acting! They have started blocking milk products from China that may be contaminated with melamine.
In BBC News, Jonathan Beale reports that the FDA has not only banned milk imports, it has issued a nationwide "import alert," since this has to...
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Is it dangerous? - We are all afraid of products from China (and rightfully so!), but is the FDA doing anything about this problem? It turns out that some popular drug and food items, such as generic aspirin, are not manufactured in the US anymore, so they can ONLY be imported from China.
In Star News.com, Gardiner...
Thursday, September 25, 2008
China's Shenzhou 7 spacecraft, carrying a 3-man crew, lifted off on September 25th and is now orbiting the earth on a 3-day mission. Chinese astronauts, called taikonauts, will launch a small satellite and do a space walk. Next stop? the moon?
Friday, November 9, 2007
First it's antifreeze in toothpaste, then it's lead paint on toys. Now it's toys coated with a "date rape" drug! China just can't seem to get it right.
BBC News reports that "millions of Chinese-made toys have been recalled in the US and Australia after they were found to contain a substance linked to the date-rape drug GHB." This toy is...
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
As well as pollution, China has given us poisoned toothpaste, tainted pet food and dangerous lead-painted toys?and food scares as well?so what's next? The answer: poisoned clothes.
In the August 20 edition of the Financial Times, Geoff Dryer warns that children?s clothes imported from China may contain dangerous levels of formaldehyde...