Five Recent Movies That Have Some Mojo

by Liam Scheff Jack Reacher It opens with an assassin scoping civilians through a marksman’s rifle. He’s on a bridge, they’re walking along a riverside park in Pittsburgh. The scene unfolds without mercy, for them or us. The rest is a who-and-why-done-it, and despite its bleak and brutal premise, it’s a spry, well-photographed, smartly observed […]

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Marriage and Monogamy – the Lie that Blinds

by Liam Scheff – The American Anti-Role Model (But Secret Role Model) I’m reading “Sex at Dawn,” by Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jethá (Link ), and it’s cracking open a long thought I’ve had for about 24 years (or all my life), and settling a bet or question I’ve had that long time. Monogamy. “One […]

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The Avengers – Mind Control at the Movies

By Liam Scheff theintelhub.com September 26, 2012 “The Avengers” is out on video this week. Youtube is already full of clips, and you can own your very own digital disk for between twenty and forty or fifty dollars, depending on how many “branded” pieces of plastic  you want to accompany your purchase. The film is directed […]

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Electro-Biology to the Electric Universe – Video

Stars and planets are born electrically. Lightning is the electrical equalization of the planet with space, not ‘ice crystals rubbing together in clouds.’ And life itself is an electrical, field-directed event, not a gene-determined, reductionist dead end… Liam Scheff and Robert Scott Bell talk about the paradigm-cracking new science of Electro-Biology – electricity shaping the […]

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House of Numbers

House of Numbers, a 2009 Documentary by Brent Leung (IMDB) takes on the most controversial human rights and human health issue of the last fifty years. Asking the un-askable, questioning the un-questionable, Mr. Leung uncovers the mass of information about HIV testing and the AIDS diagnosis that is daily suppressed by government and media, and […]

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Film Reviews

Divine Intervention Directed by Elia Suleiman; Featuring Manal Khader, Elia Suleiman Boston’s Weekly Dig June 2003 No one’s ever cared much about Palestinians, so it’s not surprising that Elia Suleiman’s artful Palestinian film Divine Intervention was refused acceptance into this year’s Academy Awards. But don’t blame the Oscar committee. From Colonial Britain to Imperial America, […]

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