From time to time, on, we talk about bugs–both the real kind and the computer kind. We also refer to bacteria as a "bug," and now it’s been discovered that 8-million year old bacteria that was removed from the oldest ice on earth is STILL GROWING. Also, fake bugs are being used to spy on antiwar protesters. Keep reading to find out more!

In New Scientist, Catherine Brahic reports that the fact that this ancient bacteria is still growing means that, as global warming melts glaciers and ice sheets, the bacteria that emerges could still be alive?and dangerous. It also means that bacteria that arrived on asteroids could very well have colonized our planet.
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The asteroid threat continues, and scientists continue to work frantically to figure out how to deflect dangerous asteroids that may be heading our way, before they impact the earth?or infect us with dangerous alien bacteria.

In New Scientist magazine, David Shiga writes that “a swarm of mirror-bearing spacecraft could deflect an asteroid by focusing sunlight on its surface.” They would heat up its surface and vaporize it. As gases evaporating from the asteroid, they would create a small thrust in the opposite direction and change its orbit so that it would (hopefully) miss the earth.

A major impact may not be the only threat from asteroids. Can bacteria hitch a ride from one planet to another on a space rock? And if it can, is this good or bad?
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On Dreamland, we have presented many great shows about the mysterious Knights Templar, who were murdered 700 years ago by the Catholic Church. (Subscribers can still listen to this show). The Vatican has now officially admitted that this was done for “political and financial reasons,” not because they were heretics.

The Vatican will soon publish what they are calling the Cinon parchment, which was found in their secret archives six years ago after it had been misfiled for hundreds of years. It is a record of the heresy hearings of the Templars before Pope Clement V in the 14th Century and it exonerates the knights entirely.

BBC News reports that researcher Barbara Frale discovered the ancient parchment by mistake, while looking for something else.
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Alien Agenda author and conspiracy master Jim Marrs interviews Jesse Marcel, Jr. as he has NEVER been interviewed before! As the only program in the world with interviewers who are also experts in their fields, we can say without reservation that you are going to hear the finest interview that Jesse has ever done.

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