What Is Oligoarticular Inflammatory Arthritis?

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By Nathan Wei

Inflammatory arthritis can be roughly divided up into three groups.

Monoarticular, meaning one joint is involved; oligoarticular, meaning more than one but less than four or five joints; and polyarticular, meaning more than five joints are involved.

This article will focus on the oligoarticular type of presentation.

This group can be subdivided into whether they are acute or chronic.

Acute oligoarticular inflammatory arthritis (AIOA) may be due to bacterial infection what is termed septic arthritis. This can be due to many types of bacteria. Risk factors include immunosuppression, history of intravenous drug abuse, and preexisting arthritis such as rheumatoid arthritis. This condition is always considered a medical emergency.

Other bacteria such as gonococcus (the bacteria that causes gonorrhea) and meningococcus (the bacteria that causes meningitis) both can cause AIOA.

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Patients with these diseases may have a characteristic rash on the arms or legs.

Fungal infections can do this as can bacterial endocarditis, infection involving the heart valves.

Lyme disease classically causes AIOA that preferentially attacks the knees.

A rarer type of AIOA is associated with Whipples disease, a bowel affliction caused by a bacteria.

Reactive arthritis- also known as Reiters disease- is a form of arthritis associated with urinary tract or bowel infection. This disease can cause an AIOA that is associated with swollen fingers and toes, mouth sores, and inflammation of the eyes.

Sarcoidosis is an enigmatic autoimmune disease that affects multiple organ systems including the lungs, heart, eye, and brain. It can cause AIOA that affects the ankles and knees. It tends to come on most commonly in the spring.

Palindromic rheumatism is another cause of AIOA. This a peculiar form of arthritis that causes recurrent attacks of joint inflammation. The attacks jump from joint to joint. They occur suddenly, are very painful, occur irregularly, last a few hours to a few days, and then go away. Often patients with palindromic rheumatism go on to develop rheumatoid arthritis.

Cancer can cause a sudden AIOA, generally involving the legs.

Some patients with a history of elevated lipids may also develop AIOA.

Lets move onto the chronic types of oligoarticular inflammatory arthritis. Disease such as psoriatic arthritis (the arthritis associated with psoriasis) is a chronic type of oligoarticular inflammatory arthritis that is associated with the skin manifestations of psoriasis. These patients may also have inflammation at tendon insertions and inflammatory eye disease.

Likewise, ankylosing spondylitis, an inflammatory arthritis that preferentially attacks the spine can cause AIOA. It may also be associated with tendon inflammation and eye involvement.

Inflammatory bowel disease is another condition that is associated with AIOA that tends to attack the legs, most commonly, the toes, ankles, and knees.

Rheumatoid arthritis rarely presents in an oligoarticular fashion. But when it does, gradually joints then tend to add on until the classic symmetric inflammatory picture develops.

As the list suggests, an accurate diagnosis is important in establishing a proper treatment plan. Unfortunately, it may take time for the diagnosis to make itself clear. Effective arthritis treatment hinges on the proper diagnosis.This can be frustrating for both the patient as well as the rheumatologist.

About the Author: Nathan Wei, MD FACP FACR is a board-certified rheumatologist and nationally known arthritis authority and expert. For more info:

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‘Electra’-fying competition faces ‘Fockers’

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Friday, January 14, 2005

U.S. and Canada – North American movie box offices were dominated by Universal pictures last weekend as two of its films, a comedy, Meet the Fockers, and a horror flick, White Noise, together raked in a combined $52.6 million, more than half the $98.3 all films made over the Jan. 7 weekend, according to film tracking firm Box Office Mojo.

But Universal’s dominance of the North American box office receipts is in danger as 20th Century Fox, Paramount, Warner Brothers and Sony all have films debuting in wide release Friday.

After a two-week drought of new releases with Noise the only debut, the Jan. 14 weekend is relatively crowded as three new films bow and one Oscar-buzz movie expands into wide release.

  • Elektra (PG-13) [1:37] Among the new entries is the Jennifer Garner star vehicle Elektra a semi-sequel to 2003’s comic-book based Daredevil where Garner reprise a role of anti-hero. Elektra bows in 3,204 theatres.
  • Coach Carter (PG-13) [2:14]: Paramount pictures releases the 134-minute metaphor heavy Coach Carter, a production of MTV Pictures, featuring Samuel L. Jackson in an inspirational inner-city high school sports movie. Coach Carter will debut in 2,524 U.S. and Canadian movie houses.
  • Racing Stripes (PG) [1:24]: Warner Bros. also enters the debut fray with its live-action talking animal family movie, Racing Stripes, featuring the voices from such a diverse cast as Snoop Dogg, Mandy Moore and Dustin Hoffman. Racing Stripes starts its run with 3,185 venues.
  • House of Flying Daggers (PG-13) [1:59]: Sony Pictures Classics is expanding its wire fu Chinese war epic, House of Flying Daggers. The film has made it to several critics best-of-the-year lists and is considered a front runner for Academy Award nominations in several technical categories.


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Wikinews interviews Australian Statistician Brian Pink

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Monday, April 7, 2008

The Australian Bureau of Statistics is responsible for some of Australia’s largest surveys, including the Census of Population and Housing, held every five years. At its head is the Australian Statistician. The current Statistician, Brian Pink, started in his position on March 5, 2007, following the retirement of predecessor Dennis Trewin. Wikinews recently caught up with Brian Pink to talk with him about his first year in the position, as well as his previous tenure as Government Statistician at Statistics New Zealand, and the state of mathematical education in Australia.

((WikiNews)) : Good afternoon.

Brian Pink: Good afternoon.

((WN)) : And congratulations on spending a year as Australian Statistician.

BP: Yes, it’s gone very quickly. (laughs)

International Data Cards For Travelling Overseas

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International Data Cards for travelling overseas


Pankaj Das

Whether you are business traveller or a leisure traveller, it is always difficult to find a telecom service provider in a foreign country. Moreover, it is even more difficult to select the right service provider and right plan that best suits one s communication needs. However, with the introduction of international data cards, it becomes easy for the foreign travellers to keep in touch with their family and friends in the home country. With these data cards, people can also connect with their colleagues and employees all the time in different offices across the globe without adding any extra cost.

5 most important benefits of using international data cardsAvailability of options:

International data cards are available in both postpaid and prepaid data card options. Therefore, one can easily choose among the two options according to their requirements and budget. The major advantage of these cards is that they can be easily recharged online.


International data cards provide freedom to international travellers to connect to the internet wherever and whenever they want. With these cards, one can easily stay connected even on the road while moving from one place to another or sightseeing rather than depending on cyber cafe s or hotel s Wi-Fi connection.

High speed connection:

You cannot be sure about the connectivity speed if you are dependent on country s local cafe or Wi-Fi connection. With the aid of these international

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, one can avail guaranteed high speed connection.

Fair price services:

International data cards are much economical than using the home carrier network in foreign countries. Further, the giant telecom companies have reduced the cost of both postpaid and prepaid data cards owing to the increasing market competition.

Easy to use:

By simply attaching global data card at the USB port of laptop or computer, one can easily access to the internet and make all the international calls even when sitting in the farthest corner of the world.

International telecom service providers in India

There are number of telecom service providers in India which provide international telecom solutions to Indian travellers travelling overseas at affordable prices.

At times, some international roaming service providers offer free calls as a promotional offer. Look out for such offers as they will help you make the cheapest calls while overseas. Again, while choosing any country-specific SIM card, search for various service providers and their plans available, and go for the one which offers you the best deal.


One of the major international telecom service providers

Matrix Cellular, which offers international roaming services to international travellers, has launched new services under which it is providing country-specific data cards with 3G connectivity with up to 1.8 mbps speed.

This new data roaming service is tailored for business and leisure travellers looking for cost effective data solutions. Under this new service, international travellers can get a

global data card

(dongle) on rent with a Matrix SIM card and data plan. Upon returning to India, the traveller has to return the dongle to the company, for which a home pick up service is also available.

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Australian PM faces inquiry into Iraqi kickbacks

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Friday, April 14, 2006

Wikinews Australia has in-depth coverage of this issue: Cole Inquiry

Australian Prime Minister, John Howard appeared before the Cole inquiry on Thursday, the first time an Australian Prime Minister has appeared before an inquiry with royal commission powers since 1983.

Unlike his foreign minister Alexander Downer who gave evidence before the inquiry on Tuesday, Mr Howard entered through the front door where he gave a brief address. He told the press that his government is being open about the Iraqi kickback affair. ” just want to make one point and that is that the appearance by me, earlier this week by the Foreign Minister and also by the Trade Minister, demonstrates absolutely how open and transparent and accountable the Government is being in relation to this matter” Mr Howard said to reporters.

Mr Howard was questioned by John Agius, counsel assisting the inquiry. Counsel for AWB, the company at the centre of the scandal did not apply to cross-examine the prime minister.

Terrence Cole, the inquiry’s commissioner received an application from Peter Geary and Micheal Long’s counsel to cross-examine the prime minister but refused it on the grounds that the proposed line of questioning was similar to that of Mr Aguis’ and that there was no evidence that Mr Howard had “ever met with Mr Geary or Mr Long”.

Mr Agius questioned the prime minister about a series of diplomatic cables sent to his office, which raised concerns about AWB’s contracts in Iraq.

Mr Howard told the inquiry that he doesn’t recall reading or being briefed about any of the cables referred to by the inquiry. The inquiry also heard that prior to 2003 there was no system in place to identify which cables had been bought to the prime minister’s attention.

In his statement to the inquiry, Mr Howard said that his office had not received four of the cables mentioned by the inquiry. Under questioning, Mr Howard confirmed this but conceded that it was likely that his staff had read the other 17.

When asked whether there were any guidelines which guided his advisors in deciding which cables should be bought to the prime minister’s attention, Mr Howard replied “No, there weren’t”.

The inquiry heard that the only discussions about which cables which should be bought to Mr Howard’s attention occurred when an advisor changed in very generic terms. Mr Howard told the inquiry that he would tell a new advisor “Well, you’ve got to exercise your own judgment, I can’t possibly read everything, and clearly I want things brought to my attention which are, in your judgment, important and are relevant to issues in front of the government at the time”.

Mr Howard admitted that the government had an interest in Iraq using the United Nations oil for food program for its own financial benefit, but said he did not expect cables dealing with alleged breach of UN sanctions to have been bought to his attention.

The questioning then turned to a statement Mr Howard made to the National Press Club on March 13, 2003, one week prior to the US-led Iraqi occupation. Speaking about Saddam Hussein Mr Howard said “He has cruelly and cynically manipulated the United Nations oil-for-food programme. He’s rorted it to buy weapons to support his designs at the expense of the wellbeing of his people”.

Mr Agius asked Mr Howard if his statement was based upon briefngs he had received. Mr Howard told the inquiry that the information was based upon “open source” intelligence stated at addresses by British foreign secretary Jack Straw and the United States state department. Mr Howard said one of his advisors “checked with some cables to confirm that those cables supported the open-source claims and was satisfied that they did”.

Mr Howard denied seeing the cables used by the advisor to support the claims, but believed he would have told her to be sure that everything they were saying can be supported by fact. Mr Howard told the inquiry that he never knew about cables which referred to Hussein rorting the UN Oil for Food program. Mr Howard admitted that at the time his “general knowledge” was that Hussein had breached UN sanctions and was rorting the Oil for Food program.

“My general knowledge at the time and belief was that the program had been rorted, and it was not seriously in dispute. Nobody was arguing it hadn’t been rorted” Mr Howard said.

The prime minister was questioned about an unassessed intelligence report which mentioned a Jordanian trucking company known as “Alia” paying kickbacks to Hussein. In response to this Mr Howard told the inquiry that he could not recall the information being bought to his attention, which was not unusual.

NTSB releases updates on status of 3 major US investigations

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Sunday, June 17, 2007

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), the agency responsible for investigating transportation accidents in the United States, released updates on three major investigations on June 14.

The NTSB, well known publicly for its involvement in the investigation of aviation incidents which involve harm or loss of human life, is also an agency that oversees the transportation of refined petroleum and gas products, chemicals and minerals.

The agency determined the cause of a natural gas pipeline explosion that killed six. It also detailed the cause of an accidental release of 204,000 gallons of anhydrous ammonia from a pipeline in an environmentally sensitive area, and released preliminary information involving two commercial aircraft coming within 30-50 feet of each other on a runway.

In the gas explosion disaster, the towing vessel Miss Megan, which was of specifications that did not require inspection by the United States Coast Guard, was being operated in the West Cote Blanche Bay oil field in Louisiana by Central Boat Rentals on behalf of Athena Construction on October 12, 2006. The Miss Megan was pushing barge IBR 234, which was tied along the starboard side of barge Athena 106, en route to a pile-driving location. Athena Construction did not require its crews to pin mooring spuds (vertical steel shafts extending through wells in the bottom of the boat and used for mooring) securely in place on its barges and consequently this had not been done. During the journey, the aft spud on the Athena 106 released from its fully raised position. The spud dropped into the water and struck a submerged, high-pressure natural gas pipeline. The resulting gas released ignited and created a fireball that engulfed the towing vessel and both barges. The master of the towing vessel and four barge workers were killed. The Miss Megan deckhand and one barge worker survived. One barge worker is officially listed as missing.

The NTSB blames Athena Construction for the disaster, citing in the final report that Athena Construction’s manual contained no procedures mandating the use of the safety devices on the spud winch except during electrical work. It was found that if the Athena 106 crew had used the steel pins to secure the retracted spuds during their transit, a pin would have prevented the aft spud from accidentally deploying. Furthermore, the spud would have remained locked in its lifted position regardless of whether the winch brake mechanism, the spud’s supporting cable, or a piece of connecting hardware had failed.

The NTSB also found that contributing to the accident was the failure of Central Boat Rentals to require, and the Miss Megan master to ensure, that the barge spuds were securely pinned before getting under way. The Board noted that investigators found no evidence that the Miss Megan master or deckhand checked whether the spuds had been properly secured before the tow began. While Central Boat Rentals had a health and safety manual and trained its crews, the written procedures did not specifically warn masters about the need to secure spuds or other barge equipment before navigating. The NTSB stated that the company’s crew should have been trained to identify potential safety hazards on vessels under their control.

NTSB Chairman Mark Rosenker said of the investigation’s results, “Having more rigorous requirements in place could have prevented this accident from occurring. Not only do these regulations need to be put in place but it is imperative that they are enforced and adhered to.”

The NTSB has made a number of safety recommendations as a result of this accident and the subsequent investigation. Recommendations were made to Athena Construction and Central Boat Rentals to develop procedures and train the employees of its barges to use the securing pins to hold spuds safely in place before transiting from one site to another.

The most major of the other recommendations are:

To the Occupational Safety and Health Administration:

  • Direct the Maritime Advisory Committee for Occupational Safety and Health to issue the following documents document to the maritime industry: (1) a fact sheet regarding the accident, and (2) a guidance document regarding the need to secure the gear on barges, including spud pins, before the barges are moved, and detailing any changes to your memorandum of understanding with the Coast Guard.

To the U. S. Coast Guard

  • Finalize and implement the new towing vessel inspection regulations and require the establishment of safety management systems appropriate for the characteristics, methods of operation, and nature of service of towing vessels.
  • Review and update your memorandum of understanding with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to specifically address your respective oversight roles on vessels that are not subject to Coast Guard inspection.

The NTSB also released the result of its investigation into an environmental disaster in Kansas on October 27, 2004 in which 204,000 gallons (4,858 barrels) of anhydrous ammonia was spilled from a ruptured pipeline in Kingman into an environmentally sensitive area. Chemicals from the pipeline entered a nearby stream and killed more than 25,000 fish, including some fish from threatened species.

The incident reached the scale that it did due to operator error after the initial rupture. The 8 5/8-inch diameter steel pipeline, which was operated by Enterprise Products Operating L.P., burst at 11:15 a.m. in an agricultural area about 6 miles east of Kingman, Kansas. A drop in pipeline pressure, indicating abnormal conditions or a possible compromise in pipeline integrity, set off alarms displayed on the computerized pipeline monitoring system. Shortly after the first alarm the pipeline controller, in an attempt to remedy the low pressure, increased the flow of anhydrous ammonia into the affected section of pipeline. A total of 33 minutes elapsed between the time when the first alarm indicated a problem with the pipeline and the initiation of a shutdown.

In its initial report to the National Response Center (NRC), the pipeline operator’s accident reporting contractor reported a release of at least 20 gallons of ammonia, telling the NRC that an updated estimate of material released would be reported at a later time. No such report was ever made. Because of the inaccurate report, the arrival of representatives from the Environmental Protection Agency was delayed by a full day, affecting the oversight of the environmental damage mitigation efforts.

The cause of the rupture itself was determined to be a pipe gouge created by heavy equipment damage to the pipeline during construction in 1973 or subsequent excavation activity at an unknown time that initiated metal fatigue cracking and led to the eventual rupture of the pipeline.

“We are very fortunate that such highly toxic chemicals of the size and scope involved in this accident were not released in a populated area,” commented Rosenker. “Had this same quantity of ammonia been released near a town or city, the results could have been catastrophic.”

As a result of this accident, the NTSB made the following safety recommendations:

To the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration:

  • Require that a pipeline operator must have a procedure to calculate and provide a reasonable initial estimate of released product in the telephonic report to the National Response Center.
  • Require that a pipeline operator must provide an additional telephonic report to the National Response Center if significant new information becomes available during the emergency response.
  • Require an operator to revise its pipeline risk assessment plan whenever it has failed to consider one of more risk factors that can affect pipeline integrity.

To Enterprise Products Operating L.P.:

  • Provide initial and recurrent training for all controllers that includes simulator or noncomputerized simulations of abnormal operating conditions that indicate pipeline leaks.

“The severity of this release of dangerous chemicals into the community could have been prevented,” said Rosenker. “The safety recommendations that we have made, if acted upon, will reduce the likelihood of this type of accident happening again.”

As well as concluding their investigation of the above accidents, the NTSB also released preliminary information regarding a serious runway incursion at San Francisco International Airport between two commercial aircraft on May 26, 2007.

At about 1:30 p.m. the tower air traffic controller cleared SkyWest Airlines flight 5741, an Embraer 120 arriving from Modesto, California, to land on runway 28R. Forgetting about the arrival airplane, the same controller then cleared Republic Airlines flight 4912, an Embraer 170 departing for Los Angeles, to take off from runway 1L, which intersects runway 28R.

After the SkyWest airliner touched down, the Airport Movement Area Safety System (AMASS) alerted and the air traffic controller transmitted “Hold, Hold, Hold” to the SkyWest flight crew in an attempt to stop the aircraft short of runway 1L. The SkyWest crew applied maximum braking that resulted in the airplane stopping in the middle of runway 1L. As this was occurring, the captain of Republic Airlines flight 4912 took control of the aircraft from the first officer, realized the aircraft was traveling too fast to stop, and initiated an immediate takeoff. According to the crew of SkyWest 5741, the Republic Airlines aircraft overflew theirs by 30 to 50 feet. The Federal Aviation Administration has categorized the incident as an operational error.

The NTSB sent an investigator to San Francisco, who collected radar data, recorded air traffic control communications, and flight crew statements, and interviewed air traffic control personnel prior to the NTSB making the preliminary release.

U.S. ISPs to test restricting heavy Internet users

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Thursday, June 5, 2008

On June 3rd, 2008, two United States Internet service providers (ISPs) announced they would begin tests to slow web access for their most active customers and charge them for extra speed. Comcast and Time Warner Cable, two of the largest ISPs in North America, both made separate announcements of their plans. The actions come in the wake of an investigation by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), over whether Comcast had restricted some customers from sharing videos, music, and similar files. The FCC investigation led to a US Congress debate over whether and how much control ISPs should have over the flow of customer data.

Public interest groups complained in November 2007 to the FCC that Comcast had specifically targeted customers using applications that made use of the BitTorrent system, a popular form of file sharing. Free Press, an advocacy group that pushes for better oversight of cable operators such as Comcast, stated that Comcast practices were discriminatory towards users of the legal technology. “The cable companies see a hammer hovering above their heads and are scrambling to find ways to reduce the appearance of wrongdoing,” said Ben Scott, head of the group.

According to Roger Entner, a senior vice president from Nielsen IAG, as little as 5 percent of all Internet users may consume as much as 50 percent of all the bandwidth on the Internet. “This is the politically correct version of doing what Comcast had been doing before, though it takes the occasional [peer-to-peer] user off the hook,” Entner said. Sena Fitzmaurice, a Comcast spokesperson, said, “This says we won’t be looking at what type of traffic that there is, even though we still need to manage the network.”

Comcast’s tests are expected to begin in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania and Warrenton, Virginia.

While Comcast will attempt to throttle the speed of all its high-volume users, Time Warner Cable intends to use a different method. They will meter and bill clients, charging more money for faster speeds and larger amounts of transmitted data, functioning more like a traditional public utility, such as an electric company or cell phone service. Their metered billing test will begin on June 5 in Beaumont, Texas for newly enrolled customers. “Instead of raising prices across the board, consumers who are excessive users would pay,” said Alex Dudley, a Time Warner Cable spokesman. “It is clearly the fairest way to fund the investment that is going to be required to support that use.”

An Associated Press report that Time Warner Cable will bill customers between $29.95 to $54.90USD per month has been confirmed by the cable operator, with clients charged an extra $1 for each gigabyte (GB) by which they exceed their purchased plan. Art Brodsky, communications director of Public Knowledge, a consumer advocacy group in Washington D.C., has expressed concerns about the Time Warner Cable plan. Time Warner Cable’s most expensive offering, $54.90, comes with 15 megabits-per-second of data transfer speed and a 40 gigabyte limit on total data transfer.

“An HD (high-definition) movie is 8GB or so, three movies is more than half your allowance for a month, and heaven knows what else you might want to watch,” Brodsky says. “This is not a relieving congestion scheme as much as it is a rationing scheme. All it does is protect an inadequate infrastructure from the cable company.”

The Science Of Mind Control How Brainwave Entrainment Can Change Your Life Forever

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By Gregory Frost

The science of mind control has been around since the 1970s when it was used in a series of tests to the mass audience. Vindicating the mass media theory of the Frankfurt schools of thought, the idea of the hypodermic syringe – that audiences were deeply affected by the messages that they receive when they view any sort of degraded media was taken a step further. Attacking the subconscious mind, protagonists flashed subliminal-level messages, ones that were too fast for normal human optic recognition within movies and advertisements – in an experiment that proved one thing – the subconscious mind was able to pick and receive these messages and in some cases, directly affect the behaviour of the audience member. The science of mind control was born and this showed how brainwave entrainment can change your life forever.

This was the rudimentary and of course, highly illegal form of brain control – one that would have been used for unscrupulous means by the advertising agency (and any other body for that matter) for their own personal gains. However, the science has evolved from then, and scientists and brain experts have found another, much safer way to get to the subconscious mind and alter it directly. This is done through the use of frequency manipulation – using sounds or magnetic fields (among other technologies) to create vibrations within the brain that leave the subconscious mind susceptible to message regression.

Also, a by product of this discovery was that the brain, when exposed to certain frequency patterns, was also able to induce a human super state – which was conceived to be the state of higher functions. This discovery meant only one thing – the brain was capable of great things, but the potential lay latent or misused within the human body – and we had neither the spirit nor the means to unlock this potential. Coined was the term brainwave entrainment, a technology designed to activate the brains own internal mechanism for creating electromagnetic frequencies.

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A network of neurons and chemical reactions would produce electric pulses through the nervous system within both the hemispheres of the brain – and the cerebrum would fall into a state of action following, which meant that the use of technology like Binaural Beats or magnetic field induction could literally target a specific goal that an individual wants to achieve and then activate the frequency state necessary to achieve the reaction.

The technology is immense and its applications simply Olympian – you would be hard pressed to find anything even close to the potential of this technology. Hypnosis is yesterdays news, a druids staff compared to the scalpel that is brainwave entrainment and understanding the true impact of this technology is key. Learn faster, language retention, better mental focus, positive thinking, kick bad habits – these are just some of the applications of this technology. Everyone who ever wanted to improve themselves should look at the science of mind control in its latest form, and soon you will realise how brainwave entrainment can change your life forever.

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New York business receives package containing unknown powder

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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

In Buffalo New York, a suspicious package was received by National Action Financial Services, a subsidiary of Sitel, Inc.. According to FBI spokesperson Earl Gould Buffalo, the initial call was placed at 10:30AM EST Yesterday. The mail department found the package, evacuated the building, and contacted the local police department. The package has been described as containing some type of white powder.

The police department then contacted the Department of Homeland Security, who finished at the scene by 3:00PM EST.

After interviews with several employees were refused, one agreed – after being only identified as KR. He said management was being very “hush hush” about the incident, but when he came in he jokingly said that it was a “regular day at work now”.

National Action Financial media contacts were not available for comment, and the Amherst Police Department referred Wikinews to the local FBI office.

Special Agent Earl Gould stated as of 4:30PM no hospitalizations were required, but could not comment further as it is an ongoing investigation. He also stated the first responders to the scene did “everything right, and contained it immediately.”