REMEMBER OUR HISTORY: SO-CALLED ARAB HIJACKERS FUNDED BY CIA, SAUDIS… It is significant that Marshall did not have the whole picture but because of his credentials and impact was causing enough waves that “they” decided to take him out. Like ROBIN WILLIAMS AND MICHAEL HASTINGS… he was taken out before he could further impact the mainstream.
A 911 WHISTLEBLOWER THAT WAS KILLED: (sent to me courtesy of a source)
The big bamboozle and false flag 911 used copy on amazon over $100
DOCUMENTARY about the murder
Published on Apr 22, 2014
Coast to Coast interview he did.
MORE MISC. NEWS WORTH HEARING:
DYSON SPHERE TALKED ABOUT:
This is significant because it is a DYSON SPHERE that Mark Richards in my interview IV is also talking about. This may be mistaken for Planet X or Nibiru. It is also brought to the attention of the world by whistleblower, CLARK MCCLELLAND in my recent interview with him:
SMART METERS DOCUMENTARY MUST SEE !!
Josh is making his award winning film about the spark/smart meters available for free until midnight 12/1.
EVERYONE needs to watch this.
The anti smart meter movement is still alive and well internationally!
“I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots.”
“Activism is the rent I pay for living on this planet.”
Millions remember the countdowns, launchings, splashdowns, and parades as the U.S. raced the USSR to the moon in the 1960s. But few know that both countries also ran parallel space programs, whose covert goal was to launch military astronauts on spying missions. In this program, NOVA delves into the untold story of this top-secret space race, which might easily have turned into a shooting war in orbit.
Co-produced by investigative journalist James Bamford, acclaimed best-selling author of The Puzzle Palace and Emmy Award-winning producer Scott Willis, “Astrospies” uncovers new clues about the tensest period of the Cold War, when the U.S. and USSR were on the verge of war and desperate for intelligence on each other’s nuclear capabilities.
In the U.S., the Air Force-run program was given the cover name Manned Orbiting Laboratory. The public was informed only that the project involved placing military astronauts in space to conduct scientific research. But in reality, as the MOL pilots themselves tell NOVA, their actual mission was far different—although even they were kept in the dark at first.
In fact, MOL was designed to be an orbiting spy station, with two astronauts operating an array of intelligence-gathering instruments, including a telescope capable of resolving objects on the ground as small as three inches. In footage broadcast for the first time, NOVA shows a mock-up of MOL’s interior as well as astronauts training for different phases of the mission.
Here it comes … ready or not …[Paraphrasing Tyler Durden, Deirdre Fulton and Jenna Pitcher]
U.S. Senate unanimously passed the Space Act of 2015, which grants U.S. citizens or corporations the right to legally claim non-living natural resources – including water and minerals – mined in the final frontier.
The legislation is described by IGN‘s Jenna Pitcher as “a celestial ‘Finders Keepers’ law” and could be a direct affront to an international treaty that bars nations from owning property in space. The bill will now be sent back to the House of Representatives, which is expected to approve the changes, and then on to President Barack Obama for his anticipated signature.
The new Space Act allows ventures to keep and sell any natural resources mined on planets, asteroids and other celestial bodies. Commercial operations could reap trillions of dollars from mining precious metals like platinum, common metallic elements such as iron, and water, the “oil of space.” – Jenna Pitcher
The vote was celebrated by the Google-backed “asteroid mining company” Planetary Resources, which lobbied hard for the legislation and says “the market in space is ripe to bloom.”
Planetary Resources president and chief engineer Chris Lewicki added: “Throughout history, governments have spurred growth in new frontiers by instituting sensible legislation. Long ago, The Homestead Act of 1862 advocated for the search for gold and timber, and today, H.R. 2262 fuels a new economy that will open many avenues for the continual growth and prosperity of humanity.”
“This off-planet economy,” he said, “will forever change our lives for the better here on Earth.”
McCarthy, Smith Praise Senate Passage of Commercial Space Legislation
Nov 10, 2015
Washington, D.C. – House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and House Science, Space, and Technology Committee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Texas)today praised Senate passage of a bicameral, bipartisan agreement on H.R. 2262, the U.S. Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act. The bill consolidates language from the House-passed Spurring Private Aerospace Competitiveness and Entrepreneurship Act of 2015 or SPACE Act with provisions from S.1297, the Senate’s commercial space legislation. It provides much-needed guidance and regulatory certainty for America’s private space industry partners.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy:“I am pleased that the Senate has advanced H.R. 2262 to give our commercial space pioneers the certainty they need to expand our technology capabilities and explore the next frontier. The growth in commercial space represents the exceptionalism of the men and women who have led this country to heights not thought possible. I plan to schedule this bill for final approval as early as possible and look forward to the President signing this important bill into law.”
Chairman Lamar Smith: “This bill provides the boost America’s private space partners need as they lead the world into the future. Today’s action is the result of months of work with our Senate colleagues to move this crucial legislation forward. H.R. 2262 facilitates a pro-growth environment for the developing commercial space sector. It reflects years of committee hearings and input from industry partners, education groups, and grassroots citizen advocates. This bill will keep America at the forefront of aerospace technology, create jobs, reduce red tape, promote safety, and inspire the next generation of explorers. I thank Senators Thune, Cruz, and Nelson for working with Majority Leader McCarthy and I to see this crucial legislation through to the end. I look forward to another House vote with strong bipartisan support for this bill.”
The House first passed H.R. 2262 in May with a broad bipartisan majority as well as support from space community stakeholders. The bill facilitates a pro-growth environment for the developing commercial space industry by encouraging private sector investment, creating more stable and predictable regulatory conditions, and improving safety. Specifically, H.R. 2262:
Extends the Federal Aviation Administration’s regulatory learning period through September 30, 2023
Preserves the risk sharing regime that allows American companies to remain internationally competitive through September 30, 2025
Provides a four-year extension of the International Space Station until at least 2024 that gives certainty for ISS National Laboratory users
The House-Senate agreement also includes three additional bills passed out of the House Science Committee:
H.R. 2261, the “Commercial Remote Sensing Act of 2015” introduced by Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.)
H.R. 2263, the “Office of Space Commerce Act” introduced by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.)
H.R. 1508, the “Space Resource Exploration and Utilization Act of 2015” introduced by Rep. Bill Posey (R-Fla.) and Rep. Derek Kilmer (D-Wash.).
In addition to McCarthy and Smith, the SPACE Act was introduced in the House with the support of the following cosponsors: Representatives Steven Palazzo (R-Miss.), Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.), Frank Lucas (R-Okla.), Michael McCaul (R-Texas), Bill Posey (R-Fla.), Steve Knight (R-Calif.), Brian Babin (R-Texas), Randy Hultgren (R-Ill.), Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.), Randy Weber (R-Texas), and John Moolenaar (R-Mich.).