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IBM+DNA=NWO?

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posted on Nov, 30 2006 @ 01:14 AM
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So The National Geographic Society and International Business Machines Cporperation and The Waitt Family Foundation have started something called The Genographic Project.

These are quotes from 2 different advertisments for The Genographic Project that can be seen in the december 2006 issue of National Geographic:
"By sending your DNA through our anonymous process, you will receive the story of your own deeep ancestry and can choose to have your results contribute to a more complete picture of the human journey"
"IBM and National Geographic are gathering the world's largest voluntary collection of DNA samples to trace our ancestors' migratory routes"

Here is a link to some online stuff about The Genographic Project
www3.nationalgeographic.com...

Here are some links to some sites with some info about IBM's involvment with the Holocaust.
www.wsws.org...
www.ibmandtheholocaust.com...
news.com.com...

More than a little ominous, don't you think?






[edit on 30-11-2006 by testingatheory]




posted on Dec, 1 2006 @ 08:53 AM
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I remember hearing that IBM were storing the Hapsburg Spear of Destiny, although most people I am assured seem to be of the irk that it is stored at the Vienna Museum after the War's.

Accessing the Akasha through the Hyper Genome, I thought as eminent scientist's we had already trapped the Genome as Genie in the Bottle.

During WW2 there was an underground effort to hyper accelerate the Computing Industries, also a highly dubious link provable to the Manhattan Research Groups to do with the Atom - Entropy side of Warfare, ie Mutual Assured Destruction's.

Wouldn't Monsanto have alot to do with this praxis, I find it iry that IBM want to do the job, the UN and the WHO were starting to bootstrap within the Seventies what with the Human Genome Project.

Very interesting.



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