By Gerry Vassilatos. Dangerous infrasound can be generated by both natural phenomena and the built environment. In the late 1950s and 1960s, French robotics scientist Dr Vladimir Gavreau found a way to detect it, weaponise it and defend against it.
Compiled by the Project Censored team, this list of the most under-covered stories in the US last year includes the return of the “Star Wars” space weapon system, NATO’s defence of corporate interests in the Balkans, and toxic racism in Louisiana.
By John C. Bedini. US inventor John Bedini recently put plans for his free-energy motor on the Internet, after helping a 10-year-old schoolgirl win science awards for running the motor non-stop for four days.
By Timothy S. Cooper. In his role as the CIA’s Chief of Counterintelligence with an eye on the Soviets, James Jesus Angleton was privy to Top Secret/MJ-12 UFO data which President Kennedy tried hard to access before he was assassinated.
By Hans T. van der Veen. Organised crime groups have globalised the illegal drug industry in cooperation with established power elites, while subverting political and economic structures and disempowering individuals, societies and nations.
This issue we look at a B-29 gunner’s version of the Roswell incident; an ancient city alleged to be beneath Death Valley, California; and the discovery of previously unknown chambers and a tunnel in Egypt’s Meidum pyramid, built around 2600 BC.