WATER-POWERED CAR INVENTOR DIES IN A RESTAURANT SCREAMING ‘THEY POISONED ME’

Are you aware that water-powered vehicles have been in existence for many years? Well, if not, then It’s likely because they’ve not been covered by the media at all. Strangely, the inventors of such fascinating work appear to have been bullied into stopping their genuine work, or passed away in rather bizarre situations. Stanley Meyer, one of the inventors, was responsible for designing a gadget that was believed to be able to make any car run only on water. It’s attested that a car when outfitted with such gadget had the ability to travel all of the US on a measly 22 gallons of water. The inventor stressed that either tap, purified, or salt water were viable options as engine fuel. Stanley Meyer was certain that his work had been recognized by other institutions, as he obtained interest from the Pentagon and even supposed honors for his work. As well, the British Advanced Energy Institute sent an envoy to research his body of work. Later, they even confirmed this by stating that. “We recently sent a delegation to witness Stan’s work, to really evaluate it. This is one of the most important inventions of the century.” Unfortunately, without his knowledge, the very same folks that appeared to recognize him led to his mysterious decline. Stanley Meyer’s life was put on hold when one day, as he was having dinner with his brother (his twin) and a couple of Belgian investors. The purpose of the dinner as supposedly a celebration of their work, the vehicle that runs on water, being patented. All was going well, that is, until Meyer drank from his cup of cranberry juice. Suddenly, he began to choke, and took hold of his neck as he bolted outside the diner whilst at the same time vomiting violently. As he lay dying in his brother’s arms, his last words happened to be, “They poisoned me.” Although the cause of death was officially classified as brain aneurysm, it is incredibly suspicious that his dying words happened to be about an attempt to murder him. Think about it, Meyer’s vehicle that runs on water could be an immense hurdle for the oil industry’s profit margin. However, could it really be that corporations in the oil industry could be so cold as to do whatever it takes to end this potential threat from launching? One thing is for sure, the big players were all very much interested in Meyer’s work. Investments and notoriety had been gained from all the large oil companies, to investment firms, and the government was rumored to have been as well. N the end, Stanley got an enormous offer for his patent, in the threshold of a billion dollars, from such large groups. However, he passed on all of them, as the main reason for his developing of a vehicle that runs on water, was so that big oil companies and countries would stop being able to take advantage of consumers. Still, that unfortunately never came to be, and as we know, oil and gas prices have since skyrocketed as the water-run vehicle was not put out on the market. Stanley was a rare person, one of those that wanted to genuinely make the world better through his work. And then you wonder why the media hasn’t provided any coverage on his death or his work! But there is a way for us to help, to stop this corruption rooted in the system. Get word out, make yourself heard, and tell about this story that has been silenced by the big corporations. If we want a world with free energy, we need to support people like Stanley Meyer, who once said: “If me and you could come together in accord, no political institution in the word, no multinationalist groups could defeat us.

Opioid Killer: Pharma billionaire accused of illegal drug distrubution scheme

A billionaire founder of a drug company has been arrested for his alleged role in persuading doctors to mis-prescribe patients an opioid painkiller. John Kapoor has been charged with bribery, racketeering and fraud. Kapoor’s lawyer however says his client denies any involvement. But former White House spokesperson, Bob Weener, believes that such abuse is widespread practice in the industry.

JFK Assassination Records – 2017 Additional Documents Release

The National Archives and Records Administration is releasing documents previously withheld in accordance with the JFK Assassination Records Collection Act.  The vast majority of the Collection (88%) has been open in full and released to the public since the late 1990s.  The records at issue are documents previously identified as assassination records, but withheld in full or withheld in part.  Learn more

This July release consists of 3,810 documents, including 441 formerly withheld-in-full documents and 3,369 documents formerly released with portions redacted.  The documents originate from FBI and CIA series identified by the Assassination Records Review Board as assassination records.  More releases will follow.

To view the entire file, you may visit the National Archives at College Park and request access to the original records.

Accessing the Release Files

Each release file is a ZIP file containing copies of the records and a corresponding XLSX spreadsheet with metadata about each file.

To access the files, you will need:

  • decompression software such as WinZip to “unzip” the contents
  • software such as Adobe Acrobat to view the PDF files
  • software such as Windows Media Player to listen to the WAV files
  • software such as Microsoft Excel to view the XLSX spreadsheet

Once a file has been unzipped, use the XLSX spreadsheet to understand the content and context of each file.

Files

July 2017 Release – Formerly Released in Part – Part 1 of 4 (Zip – 536MB)

Content List (XLSX – 167KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 5bfd47833a8384ab1ccba7be92f39063
  • SHA1: cca367fecbe42c76530a46be2db3fd409b373666

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Released in Part – Part 2 of 4 (Zip – 596MB)

Content List (XLSX – 162KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: efae44b120084933d0a63b91cf8803b0
  • SHA1: 26885b1ac0fb6e80041dd2aa216f9c59b84a61cf

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Released in Part – Part 3 of 4 (Zip – 390MB)

Content List (XLSX – 203KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 0fda31cff62afc9e9aa4b8610ee26bc4
  • SHA1: 2d515f594a1495a09a986b6cf5dcaf06efb79ce8

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Released in Part – Part 4 of 4 (Zip – 496MB)

Content List (XLSX – 141KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: f7bb377f1e967d87aa93bb3fa93be0fc
  • SHA1: 9496e32d6afad7b8a10c53e62317faee7b1ebcee

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 1 of 18 (Zip – 1.1GB)

Content List (XLSX – 22KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 0f2c5a77e8a2cd5adb6a94b333b6b704
  • SHA1: 99e9b3dab9b2387b2b4e0d3bbe8775556015fab8

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 2 of 18 (Zip – 960MB)

Content List (XLSX – 17KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 711cc2b4692ad460cc899277d55f94f7
  • SHA1: 02ebdf2c551f6c2152ccea8c3a76b60444942796

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 3 of 18 (Zip – 648MB)

Content List (XLSX – 12KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 852ec1995f0027bc00a7c5688319cbbd
  • SHA1: fa1d3fdf06489fd852cfe41c4a9a0567d1d36b74

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 4 of 18 (Zip – 1.4GB)

Content List (XLSX – 11KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: ab22262cdeba6f28498a249d22f61118
  • SHA1: 364947438406bc46dde6414f159d778c3d7daa6b

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 5 of 18 (Zip – 580MB)

Content List (XLSX – 23KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: fc81e8ad7d94c79f2ae5b01a7271d810
  • SHA1: 9069763e95d27aa0e7edb6466243352db08a01b8

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 6 of 18 (Zip – 235MB)

Content List (XLSX – 22KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 4e290ab81d548dbacdc00f434dbb9158
  • SHA1: 3ab35ca05cda2fc22ae49ed0f64242a8bf0cf708

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 7 of 18 (Zip – 852MB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 8758af630c979edcbd74c9669ebe5a82
  • SHA1: 656d5082e05f490b6b31fe7057d42d1734ad740f

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 8 of 18 (Zip – 825MB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 0a4439e303ad6498a33e4bdf2b8cacaf
  • SHA1: 5d50ae8e239ced16240eabbf40776ecc6798fade

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 9 of 18 (Zip – 1.6GB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: ca396433127de82a6f2b11dcdf8aaf9c
  • SHA1: 932fab93d6966fa75d22b739c94b955fce0cfc63

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 10 of 18 (Zip – 946MB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 3f181a79e42a88ac1a568e2504bbd089
  • SHA1: 9ef5cf9bec87aaa992440cda6f09bb37065eadaa

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 11 of 18 (Zip – 1.2GB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 093bc83cbae8a7a803582a28f93aca13
  • SHA1: cf0ce9a06c101d4a0e5346702a709c8c2839442f

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 12 of 18 (Zip – 1.1GB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: a09ebd25083e768caece9bf4c3a4eed2
  • SHA1: 90e640a2e860f914562a93ca470817fb60df57b8

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 13 of 18 (Zip – 1.7GB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: e01993457a54df94672378cd23c243a2
  • SHA1: d898e192edeba36e2c27d0b7cee03382031907a7

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 14 of 18 (Zip – 738MB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 3f82936ac05e587c95f7a733ff9a3070
  • SHA1: e16d5323deab689e6b4d0cdc767ae4fd6e732946

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 15 of 18 (Zip – 844MB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: b2e383f97cf1bf790d8e104482ed428e
  • SHA1: 1fff92f371fa2d4a7c2e242a1a211a8be238e7f2

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 16 of 18 (Zip – 1.1GB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 16889e2b011f40a81be9bb027fed8778
  • SHA1: 2066fef7da38fcc8b273d5b5d3ede6284b99ef75

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 17 of 18 (Zip – 1,017MBB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 1430bb74e9fb8518ccba948735e56346
  • SHA1: ed2bda18eb25c258d21a1fd31d1e0ce7bd9357be

 

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 18 of 18 (Zip – 930MB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 907c6ca68e40b81ddf8e296485afabcc
  • SHA1: 08c45ace92d781d367eb33e928caf69351f24a07

The Real Secrets Hidden in Antarctica… Revealed

There may be good reason for your curiosity if you have ever wondered about what is really going on at the southernmost continent… With so many myths and rumors flying around about the place lately, we decided to do a little research of our own into the claims… which turned into a whole lot of research… and what was going to be a 10-minute video turned into this.