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Top Secret America: Who Narrates the Aerial America?

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The United States ran a secret program in the Cold War to recruit and train American citizens for combat. The program was called "United Effort", it lasted 200 milliseconds. The program was developed to collect vital data and avoid detection. It was not intended to be published.

America's top secret society is now larger than it was prior to the September 11th attacks. The government has set up a network of private contractors as well as government agencies to work on intelligence and security programs. At least 1,270 government agencies are involved in intelligence programs, and over a thousand private companies work on homeland security programs. These agencies and contractors must deal with a huge amount of information every day. The amount of classified work at the secret level is too large to track.

Since 9/11 the government has established more than 30 large offices complexes to support top-secret intelligence work. These complexes occupy the same size as three Pentagons. 51 federal agencies also monitor money flowing through terrorist networks. These organizations employ thousands of contractors and employees who are involved with the secretive world in the United States.

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The United States' secret world has grown so large that only a few senior officials are able to track it. Many of these agencies reinvented the wheel multiple times. They are now working to implement the security policy that is supposed to keep us safe. The problem is that this system may actually be putting us at greater risk than we realize.

The A-12 "Oxcart", a high-altitude reconnaissance plane, was designed by the United States in 1963. The aircraft was the highest-ranking reconnaissance aircraft in the world until 1968. Its design required quick maneuvers, as well as a long range. However, the aircraft was housed in Area 51 during the design phase.

Area 51 is one of the most well-known secret military bases in America. This base is located 83 miles outside of Las Vegas, Nevada. It has been used for spy plane testing. There have been reports of crashed alien spacecraft being linked to the base. However, witnesses claim that these UFO Encounters may have more.

Another secret program was "United Effort" by the CIA, which is a mission that captures vital data. Both President Bush and President Obama used this secret mission. The purpose was to collect data about Soviet SA-2 weapons. The secret mission was carried out using a secret drone disguised as an U-2 spy plane. To control the unmanned vehicle, the government would send a CIA agent. The CIA agent had to be present during the mission.

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The government uses private contractors for their security programs in addition to the CIA. Over two hundred fifty contractors work on top secret programs. In the last nine years, there have been a lot more contractors. There are at least twenty-four new organizations that were created last year. The government has also spent an incredible amount of money on intelligence programs. This spending has led a radically altered American life.

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What dark secrets are there in Hollywood?

Hollywood is filled secret societies. There are many secret societies in Hollywood. Some are cult-like, where members adhere to strict rules and rituals. Others are clubs for people who share similar interests.

There are other nefarious entities that have a significant influence on the industry. These include the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America), the organization that sets film ratings and RIAA(Recording Industry Association of America), the company that sets music licensing fees.

Numerous unions/guilds also represent actors and directors as well as writers, producers, and so forth. Most major movie studios and television networks are owned by large corporations which own these various organizations.

It doesn't matter how secretive a group might seem, someone somewhere knows what they are doing. But we don't have to fear them.

Instead, we should embrace and celebrate them. Because they give us information that allows us to make better decisions.

These experts tell us which movies are most likely to succeed, which songs will be in demand, and what books will sell the best.

These help us to decide what we'll watch, read, listen, and buy.

We can trust their advice and we can ignore it if it contradicts our values.

And because we've chosen to ignore them, they become even more powerful. They become the ultimate arbiters of taste.

You can ignore them if they don't agree with you.

So now let's look at some of the lesser-known but still very real Hollywood secret societies.

You can see why they are so vital.

What is the most surprising fact about your body?

Two eyes, two ears, 2 nostrils, 4 limbs, 1 nose, 1 penis and one mouth are all there. You're correct, there are more than 50 parts in our bodies. But, one thing is missing. A heart.

The heart is a pump which circulates blood throughout the body. The blood moves through the veins. It transports oxygen and nutrients to your cells. It also removes carbon dioxide.

The heart pumps about 5 liters blood per minute. This is equivalent of an adult drinking 2 to 3 cups of coffee each day.

The blood flows throughout the heart 24/7, 365 days a calendar. Your heart beats nearly 100 times a minute while sleeping.

Because of the color and texture of their skin, you can tell if someone is healthy or sick. You can see tiny blood vessels, called capillaries, when you look closely at the skin. These tiny vessels transport blood from the larger blood vessels to the heart. The skin becomes blue-colored or purple when blood flow is restricted.

People with sickle cell disease lack red blood cells. Their blood becomes sticky and hardens, causing them to become very ill.

Bandages are used to stop bleeding after you have cut yourself. For the wound to heal properly, blood must continue to flow. Doctors insert a needle into the injured area through the skin. This allows the blood from the injured area to drain.

A doctor can also insert tubes (catheters), into an artery in the vicinity of where blood clots form. This helps to keep the patient alive until the blood clot disintegrates naturally.

How does your brain control your body's functions?

The brain communicates with other organs to ensure their cooperation. Your brain controls all that happens in your body. It tells both your stomach and lungs what to do; it also controls your legs and arms.

Your brain is made up billions of nerve cell networks connected in groups known as neurons. Neurons communicate with each other by sending electrical signals called action potentials on axons. Every neuron has an outer cell membrane that surrounds its nucleus. Channels within the membrane allow ions such potassium and sodium to enter and leave the cells. The neuron is lit by an electric charge created by the movement of ions.

When a neuron fires, chemicals called neurotransmitters are released into the space between the neuron and the next neuron. Neurotransmitters can bind to receptors at the second neuron. They open ions channels, allowing ions to move in and outside of the channel. The second neuron also fires.

When another neuron sends an impulse to the presynaptic neural cell, neurotransmitter is released. The impulse travels along the synaptic pathway that connects both neurons. The transmitter binds to the receptors on the postsynaptic neural cell, which triggers the firing of that neuron.

The nervous system relies on neurotransmitters for communication. They also coordinate activity between different brain parts.

Is there a more mysterious place than the Earth itself?

Antarctica is home to the most mysterious and remote place on Earth.

We find this place so fascinating. Because it's unlike any other place in the world.

It is isolated, remote, and very hard to visit. There is much more to this place than meets the eyes.

Some of the most bizarre wildlife species can also be found in this natural wonder.

Let's find out how this mysterious destination became so famous.

Antarctica: The South Pole

It is not known why Antarctica was called Antarctica. Some say it means "land on ice." Some believe it means "land of ice". Others believe it is Greek mythology.

Antarktis is the name Antarktis was given to an island in ancient Greece by Zeus' twin brothers. One of the twins was said to have been born in winter. Thus, the term antarctic.

Others believe that it is the Greek word anti, which means against, and tropos, which refers to turning. This would mean that the land was turned away by the sun.

Whatever the reason Antarctica has held a special fascination for people, it is undeniable.

It is the coldest, windiest, driest and highest continent. It is too cold for trees, plants and animals.

This frozen wasteland is still alive.

About 90 percent of all living things on Earth live here. There are about 50% of the world's animal, plant and plant species.

What is the secret to Antarctica's unique environment? Here, water freezes and becomes ice instead of evaporated into the air.

This creates large masses of ice that float above the ground.

These glaciers are responsible for covering 80% of the continent. These glaciers are getting larger each year.

The Antarctic ice has grown 60 feet so far since 1960.

The sea level will rise up to 200 feet if melting continues. It could result in massive flooding all over the world.

However, not all scientists believe this to be bad news. Some scientists believe that global warming can be beneficial. They believe that global warming will lead to melting ice sheets faster and floods that can flush toxic chemicals out of our soils and bodies.

Others cautioned that this theory sounds too science fiction.


  • The average human adult male heart rate is between 70 and 72 beats per minute, while the average for adult women is between 78 and 82 beats, which is significantly faster, according to 2014 published in the Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. (romper.com)
  • You spend about 10% of your time awake blinking (romper.com)
  • A 2012 paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reported that people blink about 15 to 20 times each minute, meaning, if you do the math, you spend about 10% of the time that you're awake blinking. (romper.com)
  • Your mouth makes a lot of saliva every day It might seem like way too much, but your salivary glands typically produce anywhere from 0.5 and 1.5 liters a day, according to a 2009 study published in the Journal of Medicine and Life. (romper.com)
  • According to a 2018 study published in Free Radical Biology & Medicine, this is because blood pressure is regulated by our innate circadian rhythm and internal clock. (romper.com)

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American history secret societies and clubs

American History is fascinating because of many reasons. They are mysterious because of this. A second reason is their impact on society.

Secret societies and clubs have been used throughout America's history to promote ideas that would otherwise be considered taboo. Some of these ideas include racism and anti-Semitism. These groups also contributed to the spread of political ideologies, such as communism & socialism.

The Ku Klux Klan is the most prominent American organization. This group was formed after the Civil War ended in 1865. Its purpose was protect white men against African Americans.

Other organizations that were created in this period include the Knights Templar (Freemasons), and Odd Fellows. These organizations shared the same beliefs and goals.

Another interesting aspect of secret societies is that they often had memberships restricted to males only. These groups also had women members. These women included Emma Goldman, Margaret Sanger, and Susan B Anthony.

The ideals shared by the secret societies mentioned earlier were not shared by all. The Order of Skull & Bones for instance was founded in 1832. Their goal was to create an elite class within the United States.

Top Secret America: Who Narrates the Aerial America?