The Joseph Newman ‘Energy Machine’, Turning Matter Into Energy

Apparently now mired in technological purgatory by the US Patent office amid a plethora of engineering semantics. Here’s what Wikipedia have to say about it all, and here’s Joseph Newman’s own website. I think it’s about time people like Mr. Newman just started producing and selling the damn things and to hell with the authorities.

“…because of your theory several theories of physics will need to be re-examined…” – NASA


Filed under: Science, Technology,

Bigger Stronger Faster, The Side Effects Of Being American

A funny, heart-warming look at food, fat, vitamins, protein, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and a nation’s obsession with muscle, weight training and WWF wrestling. Oh, and Steroids.

Filed under: Culture, Health, Journalism, ,

Fool Me Twice, Australian Government’s Lies About East Timor Massacres, The Bali Bombings…

Exposing the Australian government’s lies about the East Timor massacres, the cover-up of the Bali bombings (including ’93 WTC attack) and subsequent anti-terror legislation forced through parliament. Official Website: See German version:

Filed under: Crime, History, Humanity, Journalism, Military, World Affairs, , ,

The Intelligence, Biotech, and Quantum Revolutions: Michio Kaku

Filed under: Nature, Philosophy, Science, Technology, , ,

Crystal Meth, The Worlds The Most Dangerous Drug

“Lisa Ling reports in Portland Oregon USA about Meth and the addictive properties it has on people. This is a MUST See by all.”

Filed under: Crime, Health, Journalism, Psychology, ,

Millenium Money, 1st place Gold Award at the International Film and Video Festival award

Filed under: Economics, Financial, World Affairs, , , ,

The Children Of Leningradsky, Nominated for the 2004 Academy Award for Best Documentary

There’s always something wild and wonderful about children in film. These ones are homeless and yet at times still fill the screen with their joy and mischief. There are estimated to be around thirty thousand homeless children living in the streets and railway stations of Moscow, alone. Millions nation-wide.

Filed under: Humanity, Journalism, Russia, ,

Chariots Of The Gods, Classic 1970 Documentary Based On Von Daniken’s Book Of The Same Name ** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

A whirlwind world tour of some of the craziest unanswerable questions archaeology and history has to offer us. And, yeah, as pointed out below, the music is great.

Filed under: Culture, Film, History, Humanity, Literature, Paranormal, Philosophy, Science, Technology, ,

The Naked Truth: Derek Partridge, Jordan Maxwell, And Bill Jenkins

Find out where Religion originated from. And that Religious characters are just myths from ancient egypt. If you do your own research you will find it to be true. Im currently Researching and cant find any faults in this documentary.

I consider myself agnostic – I think atheism is arrogant, philosophically unsound, painfully unscientific and hypocritical – and I am severely cautious about any “Godless” direction taken by anyone in any humane social discipline, save History. In conclusion to such debate I like to coin the oft sought-after phrase, “Ideas don’t kill people, people-so-rigidly-adhered-to-them-so-as-to-believe-anyone-believing-otherwise-must-be-murdered do.”

Filed under: Culture, History, Literature, Philosophy, , ,

The True Story Of Che Guevara ** RECOMMENDED

A very good documentary. A man whose exploits and mixed bag of achievements, among other things, brought the East and West the closest to nuclear stand-off than any other time during the Cold War.

Filed under: Africa, Bolivia, China, Corporations, History, Military, North America, Philosophy, Politics, Russia, South America, World Affairs, ,

RSS Radical feed

  • An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.

Radical Twitter

Radical Archives

Blog Stats

  • 138,020 hits

About me

I'm a Media and Communications graduate from Goldsmiths College, London, a Project Manager and Web Developer (C#, PHP). In my spare time I like to write fiction, music, and read current affairs.

Editor’s Favourites