Denver International Airport

IN NWO

You can’t say it’s not interesting. No wonder they had to dedicate a shit-load of money to try and ridicule the conspiracy theories. Have you seen this?

Well played NWO, well played….

“Official” clips below from Denver Airport Website & YouTube channel (01)

(Official) Chatty Gargoyle at Denver International Airport

“Welcome to the Illuminati Headquarters, I Mean, Denver International Airport!”

28 Feb, 2019 YouTube

Denver International Airport installs a brand new animatronic talking gargoyle statue that is making fun of the “conspiracy theories” about the airport. (02)

(Official) Tour of Underground Tunnels

DEN Virtual Tour: What’s hiding in the tunnels?

23 Sept, 2020 YouTube

“The tunnels beneath DEN have been a backdrop of many conspiracies. In this virtual tour, we will debunk the myths and get a real look at the use of the tunnels.” (03)

(Official) Tour of Mustang

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  • A 32 foot high Fiberglas stallion with veins popping out of its whole body and demonic eyes that glow red is showcased on the grounds near the entrance of the airport. (04)
  • The artist, Luis Jimenez sustained fatal injuries after a portion of the sculpture he was working fell on him and crushed him.

DEN Virtual Tour: Mustang

Sept 24, 2021 YouTube (05)

Artist who created “Mustang” was crushed to death while making it:

TIME-LAPSE: Mustang

Aug 1, 2014 YouTube (06)

“Mustang” is a 32-foot cast-fiberglass sculpture by Luis Jiménez, which can be viewed while driving to and from Denver International Airport. Jiménez’ characteristic style references the grandeur of the Mexican muralists, the energy of the Southwest and the bright colors he experienced as a youth in his father’s sign-making company. This time lapse shows “Mustang” standing strong amidst summer storm clouds.”

“Mustang” Dedication

Sept 23, 2010 YouTube (07)

(Official) Former Officials Reminisce about the Airport Planning

DEN Conversations “Imagine a New Airport”

Oct 31 2012 YouTube (08)

Former Denver Mayors and key Denver city affiliates reminisce about the planning, strategy and courage it took to build Denver International Airport.

(Details) Covid-World Masks Painting is NOT at Denver

Denver Airport Masks

Someone added a caption to a mask painting and circulated in on social media saying it was at the Denver Airport since 1994. (09) (10) But it was painted in February 2020 by Filipino artist: Christian Joy Trinidad. (11) It was however, this image that first made me aware of Denver Airport-so even though people who deliberately spread false information suck and I wish people would source all their findings before spreading anything, I wouldn’t have looked any of this up in the first place, if I hadn’t of seen that caption.


The making: “Maskcommunication”

The artist showing the work in progress on his instagram account and a photo of the artist next to his finished art, 2020: (12)

(Murals) Visitor Video Footage

The Art inside Denver International Airport

Apr 29, 2020 YouTube (13)

The Denver Airport Murals (This one is the most detailed)

Dec 10, 2017 YouTube (14)

Denver Airport Murals

Mar 5, 2013 YouTube (15)

(Mural) 'In Peace and Harmony with Nature'

In Peace and Harmony with Nature

There are 2 main murals, which stretch over 4 walls painted by Leo Tanguma (16) which are supposed to represent peace, harmony, and nature. (17)

I think it’s more like a representation of how destructive humans are and how wonderful the world “could” be if we were more conscious and in tune with nature.

But many others suggest these paintings have a more nefarious warning/prediction. And since we now know they are killing us, I’m not going to knock that it can represent this interpretation (even though I don’t think this artist was predicting the NWO-just that, I think the NWO chose these murals because, in “their” deluded psychopathic minds, they have openly stated that they want fewer people for a more sustainable world — Forgetting to mention that they are the ones instigating the total destruction, genocide, and total control over all the remaining human slaves in the process).

The first part of the mural seems to attempt to show the destruction of the world, represented by a forest fire with billowing black smoke. In the far background, you can see a city of skyscrapers, implying (to me) that “humans” are doing this—modern life is causing this destruction and death.

It shows three dead women laying in coffins: an African, a Native American, and a young Jewish girl. There is a little girl carrying a Mayan tablet or a torn up map, and a little boy holding a squirrel in a protective stance, looking worried.

There is a girl in the centre of the painting that looks like she’s asking “why did we let this happen?”. There are animals in glass cages, a dead turtle wrapped in a fishing net, the water is blood red, there is a head of buffalo on the wall, elephant tusks to the right, and it looks like a dead leopard in the centre of the painting.

The next part of the mural has a Jesus-like figure in the middle, with his hands around the energy of a plant. All of the people are gathering around the plant with happy expressions. It looks as though everyone is worshipping or celebrating the plant / nature / life. There is a white-light aura shining out of the colourful plant, and you can see the roots and the leaves are colourful. Everyone, young and old, is happy, free, smiling, and full of life, from all cultures and traditions around the world. I think this image is “what life could look like if humanity were without the elite psychopaths dividing us lol”-or “what life could look like for humanity if we celebrated nature instead of the artificial, superficial, media-delusion that has entrapped us”.

(Mural) 'Children of the World Dream of Peace'

Children of the World Dream of Peace

The left-side of the mural shows all the people of the world have wrapped-up their swords. It looks like there is music and they are all living in peace and harmony. It looks like they are admiring a bent, unsharpened sword (and looks like they are the ones bending it out of shape – is that an anvil beneath it?). All the countries laying down their weapons to live in peace. Being that the mural is named “Children of the World Dream of Peace” – it’s likely to be more representative that no-one wants war. Children don’t want war. No country wants war. Everyone wants to live in peace.

(Noone except the elite want war).

There is a gas-masked soldier (or perhaps it’s just broken armour?) at the bottom, and there are two doves perched on the weapon. To me this implies the war has ended, the war is over – that people live in harmony without war. Or that there has been enough war already – when are we going to say no to participating in bankers-wars, in elite-corporations wars, in the control-wars?

People in countries can get along just fine excepting the elite funding the media to “make people support wars”, to mind-control people into “us & them” divisions and lies – all to benefit them.

There is a cracked, metal sign that says “War, Violence, Hate” on the bottom right:.

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The second part of the mural is located on the right-hand-side, not the left, which implies this section of the story comes “after” the first (or that it’s a Peace-time vs Wartime comparison).

The main figure is a huge, scary, and inhuman-like military figure wearing a gasmask and holding a machine gun and sword.

The sword is stabbing a dove—the symbol of peace and harmony—implying that war destroys peace. The rainbow in the sky has turned to a grey, poisonous gas. The buildings have turned to rubble, and the people live in poverty. The people below him are sick, dying, and sleep on bricks. The “gas” looks like it’s “infecting” one of them. There is also a line of weeping women and men holding their dead infants & children. Everyone and everything is sad and grey.

In the right lower corner (you can barely see it in any photos-watch the videos instead) is a piece of paper containing an actual poem written by Hama Herchenberg a 14-year-old who died in a Nazi concentration camp (died December 18, 1943 Auschwitz Concentration camp).

And in the floor in front of this mural is a line-drawing of what looks like an old mine-cart with Au Ag. These symbolize gold and silver generally, although I’m still unsure why you would do a line-drawing of Gold & Silver at an airport in front of a mural (although all wars are bankers wars!).

But the conspiracy in question is apparently one of the founders of the airport also discovered a new, deadly strain of hepatitis known as Australia Antigen (AUAG), and the conspiracy is that it could potentially be used as a biological weapon. I’ll look into that in the next section.

Here is the poem written out to make it easier to read:

I once was a little child
who longed for other worlds.
But I am no more a child
for I have known fear.
I have learned to hate…
How tragic, then, is youth
which lives with enemies,
with gallows ropes.
Yet, I still believe
I only sleep today.
That I’ll wake up a child again,
and start to laugh and play.”

(AuAg) - I was not expecting what I found (Nanotech!)

Now let’s look up this Au Ag business. (original “conspiracy theory” in the section above)

OK, unless things have been renamed and changed over the decades (and I’ve seen history being re-written in minutes during the pandemic, in Wikipedia, Google search & Facebook results, along with all the fact-checkers and legacy-media working in lock-step to destroy evidence instantly-so believe me, I know it’s possible and I don’t trust these people one iota)-even so, I cannot find any link to support the “Australia antigen” bioweapon claim. Australia antigen looks like it’s known as HBsAg or HB Ag (not Au Ag) (18) (19) (20)

But just when I was about to give up…

I did an AuAg search on Pubmed (and on PubChem). I was not expecting anything ‘conspiratorial’, but now I can’t dismiss that there “may” be some rabbit holes to go down. It’s still referring to AuAg as Silver/Gold but not in the way our minds would think about it lol. This AuAg is used to create nanoparticles used in biomedicine, agriculture, and more. #JustSaying #BarkingRightUpTheConspiracyTree #AnotherRabbitHoleToExplore

Firstly, my results were already filtered for the past year (so I haven’t searched beyond 2022-2021), but there were still 103 results that I have no time to look at-the most recent being this month (that is July 2022, just a few days ago).

I honestly do not have time to deep-dive into all these studies, I wish I did-but I’m just saying… there may be something nefarious about this-something more to it than silver and gold and something way more serious than Australia Antigen… at least it’s truly interesting to find these studies just by looking into the AuAg thing-at the very least… WTF are they are doing? lol

By no means do I want to start any new conspiracy theories lol-by God we have enough going on in the world that we actually know about. I’m just reporting what I noticed, so before anyone gets trigger-happy, you should read all the research, talk to the researchers, talk to people in the field, make sure we understand what it is before we assume anything prematurely.

It could be something harmless or meaningless. I’d have to go through them all to figure out what it is exactly, and normally I would, but I don’t want to waste too much time on Denver when I have a whole list of more serious things I should’ve been working on (Flu Shot, geoengineering, etc.) but I randomly got distracted by an online image, lol… but check out what came up in the results:

Pubmed Results: (Past year)

  1. DNA-Programmable AgAuS-Primed Conductive Nanowelding Wires up Wet Colloids Angew Chem Int Ed Engl . 2022 Jun 19. doi: 10.1002/anie.202203568. Online ahead of print. (21)
    • Self-assembly of nanomaterials, directed by molecular or supramolecular interactions, is a powerful strategy to build nanoscale devices. Despite many advantages of such solution-based processes, a big challenge is to realize interparticle ohmic contacts toward facilitated charge transport over a long distance. Herein we report a new concept of primed nanowelding to thread solution-borne nanoparticles in prescribed assemblies. The process starts with a gap-specific deposition of Ag 2 E (E = S, Se) materials in pre-assembled gold structures, which immediately and spontaneously transform into AgAuE semiconductors via directional gold diffusion. Further treatment with tributylphosphine generates alloyed Au/Ag welding spots that conductively wire up nanoparticles into discrete “molecules” and micron-long “polymers”. This work delivers a possible solution compatible with DNA programming to the carrier-transport dilemma in solution-processed nanostructures toward better-functioning nanodevices.
  2. Direct synthesis of Au-Ag nanoframes by galvanic replacement via a continuous concaving process Nanoscale . 2022 Jun 23;14(24):8825-8832. doi: 10.1039/d2nr01600a. (22)
    • Au-Ag nanoframes with different dimensions can be prepared from the corresponding Ag nanocolloids using our strategy. We believe this study signifies a new approach by mediating galvanic replacement to prepare noble-metal nanoframes with precise controllability, which may enable a variety of applications in plasmonics and catalysis.
  3. Au-Ag Alloy Nanocorals with Optimal Broadband Absorption for Sunlight-Driven Thermoplasmonic Applications ACS Appl Mater Interfaces . 2022 Jun 29;14(25):28924-28935. doi: 10.1021/acsami.2c05983. Epub 2022 Jun 17. (23)
    • Here, Au-Ag alloy nanoparticles were deliberately molded with an irregular nanocoral (NC) shape to obtain broadband plasmon absorption from the visible to the near-infrared yet at a lower cost compared to pure Au nanostructures. Numerical calculations showed that panchromism, i.e., the occurrence of a broadband absorption from the visible to the near-infrared region, is due to the special morphology of Au-Ag alloy NCs and consists of a purely absorptive behavior superior to monometallic Au or Ag NCs.
  4. Design and fabrication of bimetallic plasmonic colloids through cold nanowelding Nanoscale . 2022 Jun 23. doi: 10.1039/d2nr02092k. Online ahead of print. (24)
    • The integration of Au and Ag into nanoalloys has emerged as an intriguing strategy to further tailor and boost the plasmonic properties of optical substrates. Conventional approaches for fabricating these materials via chemical reductions of metal salts in solution suffer from some limitations, such as the possibility of retaining the original morphology of the monometallic substrate. Spontaneous nanowelding at room temperature has emerged as an alternative route to tailor Au/Ag nanomaterials. We believe this extensive study will provide valuable insights into the optimal design and engineering of bimetallic plasmonic Ag/Au structures for application in nanodevices.
  5. Revealing the composition-dependent structural evolution fundamentals of bimetallic nanoparticles through an inter-particle alloying reaction Chem Sci . 2022 Mar 25;13(16):4598-4607. doi: 10.1039/d1sc06296d. eCollection 2022 Apr 20 (25)
    • Alloy nanoparticles represent one of the most important metal materials, finding increasing applications in diverse fields of catalysis, biomedicine, and nano-optics. … we reveal the different inter-cluster reaction mechanisms for the alloying process in the sub-3-nm regime, including partial decomposition-reconstruction and metal exchange reactions. The molecular-level inter-cluster reaction demonstrated in this study provides a fine chemistry to customize the composition and structure of bimetallic NCs in their full alloy composition spectrum, which will greatly increase the acceptance of bimetallic NCs in both basic and applied research.
  6. Conjugating AIE-featured AuAg nanoclusters with highly luminescent carbon dots for improved visible-light-driven antibacterial activity Nanoscale . 2022 Jun 9;14(22):8183-8191. doi: 10.1039/d2nr01550a (26)
    • Metal nanoclusters (NCs) have emerged as novel antibacterial agents featuring broad-spectrum antibacterial activity without drug resistance for bacteria, but suffer from fast antibacterial invalidation due to their consumption by bacteria. Herein we report the design of a visible-light-driven photodynamic antibacterial agent based on conjugating aggregation-induced emission (AIE)-featured AuAg NCs with highly luminescent carbon dots (CDs). The conjugation of CDs with AuAg NCs could not only enhance the visible-light harvest, but also promote charge carrier generation/separation via charge/energy transfer, leading to the production of abundant reactive oxygen species (ROS) for bacterial killing under visible-light irradiation. Consequently, the as-obtained CDs@AuAg NCs display excellent photodynamic antibacterial activity against both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria with 4-5 orders of magnitude reduction in colony forming units, which is different from the conventional metal NC-based analogue relying on self-consumption for bacterial killing. In addition, the CDs@AuAg NCs are found to be free of cytotoxicity; the ROS capture experiments indicate that the photoproduced H2O2 by CDs@AuAg NCs is the main active species for bacterial killing, accounting for nearly 48% of the total antibacterial efficacy. This study provides a paradigm for the design of metal NC-based photodynamic antibacterial agents for diverse bactericidal applications.

PubMed Results: (Random, Pre-2021)

  1. Theoretical study of the structures of bimetallic Ag–Au and Cu–Au clusters up to 108 atoms R Soc Open Sci . 2019 Aug 7;6(8):190342. doi: 10.1098/rsos.190342. eCollection 2019 Aug (27)
    • Nanoclusters have been extensively studied by experimental and theoretical studies because of their great importance in medicine, biology, catalysis, optics and electronics  The synthesized AucoreAgshell nanoparticles could be tuned by varying sizes and compositions independently. (Included this one just because of the date and because it shows that Ag-Au (whatever that is) is definitely used in medicine)
  2. Silver-gold bimetallic nanoparticles and their applications as optical materials J Nanosci Nanotechnol . 2014 Feb;14(2):1563-77. doi: 10.1166/jnn.2014.9077.(28)
    • Recently, nanoscale metallic particles have been studied extensively due to their tunable and strong optical properties that are well beyond those of organic chromophores. As monometallic nanoparticles have shown strong but narrow absorption bands within the ultraviolet and visible wavelengths, the preparation of bimetallic core-shell structures can give rise to strong, wide, and tunable absorption bands across the visible to near infrared areas. This review article is a comprehensive overview of bimetallic nanoparticle systems consisting of gold and silver; it is based on the recent advances in wet-chemical synthetic methodologies, the characterization of size and shape-dependent optical properties, and various optically driven applications including catalysis, signal-enhancing devices, and biomedical purposes.
  3. Rapid synthesis of Au, Ag, and bimetallic Au core-Ag shell nanoparticles using Neem (Azadirachta indica) leaf broth J Colloid Interface Sci . 2004 Jul 15;275(2):496-502. doi: 10.1016/j.jcis.2004.03.003. (29)
    • Competitive reduction of Au3+ and Ag+ ions present simultaneously in solution during exposure to Neem leaf extract leads to the synthesis of bimetallic Au core-Ag shell nanoparticles in solution. Transmission electron microscopy revealed that the silver nanoparticles are adsorbed onto the gold nanoparticles, forming a core-shell structure. The rates of reduction of the metal ions by Neem leaf extract are much faster than those observed by us in our earlier studies using microorganisms such as fungi, highlighting the possibility that nanoparticle biological synthesis methodologies will achieve rates of synthesis comparable to those of chemical methods.
  4. Biosynthesis of Au, Ag and Au-Ag nanoparticles using edible mushroom extract Spectrochim Acta A Mol Biomol Spectrosc . 2009 Jul 15;73(2):374-81. doi: 10.1016/j.saa.2009.02.037. Epub 2009 Mar 5. (30)
    • Integration of green chemistry principles to nanotechnology is one of the key issues in nanoscience research. There is growing need to develop environmentally benign metal nanoparticle synthesis process that do not use toxic chemicals in the synthesis protocols to avoid adverse effects in medical applications. Here, it is a report on extracellular synthesis method for the preparation of Au, Ag and Au-Ag nanoparticles in water, using the extract of Volvariella volvacea, a naturally occurring edible mushroom, as reducing and protecting agents.  All the synthesized nanoparticles are found to be photoluminescent and are highly crystalline...
      • (Related) Fungi as veritable tool in current advances in nanobiotechnology Heliyon . 2021 Nov 25;7(11):e08480. doi: 10.1016/j.heliyon.2021.e08480. eCollection 2021 Nov. (31)
        • Fungi have great prospects for synthesis, applications and developing new products in nanotechnology. In recent times, fungi use in nanotechnology is gaining more attention because of the ecological friendly state of their metabolite-mediated nanoparticles, their safety, amenability and applications in diverse fields. The diversity of the metabolites such as enzymes, polysaccharide, polypeptide, protein and other macro-molecules has made fungi a veritable tool for nanoparticles synthesis. Mechanism of fungal nano-biosynthesis from the molecular perspective has been extensively studied through various investigations on its green synthesized metal nanoparticles. Fungal nanobiotechnology has been applied in agricultural, medical and industrial sectors for goods and services improvement and delivery to mankind. Agriculturally, it has found applications in plant disease management and production of environmentally friendly, non-toxic insecticides, fungicides to enhance agricultural production in general. Medically, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, especially of microbial origin have been improved with fungal nanoparticles through more efficient drug delivery systems with great benefits to pharmaceutical industries. This review therefore explored fungal nanobiotechnology; mechanism of synthesis, characterization and potential applications in various fields of human endeavours for goods and services delivery.
  5. Tunable synthesis of ultrathin AuAg nanowires and their catalytic applications Nanoscale . 2019 Mar 7;11(10):4328-4336. doi: 10.1039/c8nr09236b. (32)
    • Metallic nanowires (NWs) are very interesting and important nanomaterials with unique properties and a number of potential applications. Herein we report a tunable synthesis of water soluble ultrathin AuAg NWs. By using TEM and UV-vis spectroscopy, we demonstrate that these NWs can be produced by a new two-step process, which involves the formation of NW templates during the aging period and the subsequent formation of thicker NWs by a solvent driven fusion and wetting process. Our control studies further show that silver concentration plays a key role in the formation of these nanowires. We also demonstrate that these nanowires can effectively catalyse the reduction of 4-nitrophenol to the corresponding 4-aminophenol. Interestingly, the larger diameter ultrathin nanowires (av. 8 nm) exhibit a greater catalytic performance than the thinner nanowires (av. 3 nm). We believe that these studies are important for further development of one dimensional metal based nanomaterials, which may find a range of potential research and technological applications.

PubChem Results:

Wow, when I get time, there’s another rabbit hole to go down:

PubMed Search for AuAg & Graphene

  1. Functionalized nitrogen doped graphene quantum dots and bimetallic Au/Ag core-shell decorated imprinted polymer for electrochemical sensing of anticancerous hydroxyurea Biosens Bioelectron . 2019 Feb 15;127:10-18. doi: 10.1016/j.bios.2018.11.055. Epub 2018 Dec 7. (34)
    • A novel molecularly imprinted polymer-capped acrylated nitrogen doped graphene quantum dots and bimetallic Au/Ag core-shell was synthesized to serve as a sensing nano-hybrid film for the detection of an anticancerous drug, hydroxyurea. This exploited the use of a functionalized nitrogen doped graphene quantum dots iniferter. 
  2. A seed-mediated method to design N-doped graphene supported gold-silver nanothorns sensor for rutin detection J Colloid Interface Sci . 2018 Feb 15;512:446-454. doi: 10.1016/j.jcis.2017.10.082. Epub 2017 Oct 25 (35)
    • In this paper, a novel Au-Ag nanothorns (NT) composite has been synthesized through a seed-mediated mild chemical route, and then assembled on N-doped graphene (NG). These results demonstrate that Au-Ag NTs/NG has great potential in extending application in sensor field as the efficient material.
  3. Highly sensitive amperometric biosensor for determination of NADH and ethanol based on Au-Ag nanoparticles/poly(L-Cysteine)/reduced graphene oxide nanocomposite Talanta . 2017 Dec 1;175:382-389. doi: 10.1016/j.talanta.2017.07.073. Epub 2017 Jul 25. (36)
    • This work presents the fabrication of a novel nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NADH) sensor using gold-silver bimetallic nanoparticles (Au-AgNPs), poly(L-Cysteine) (P(L-Cys)) and electrochemically reduced graphene oxide (ERGO) modified glassy carbon electrode (GCE/Au-AgNPs/P(L-Cys)-ERGO).
  4. A novel sensitive sensor for serotonin based on high-quality of AuAg nanoalloy encapsulated graphene electrocatalyst Biosens Bioelectron . 2017 Oct 15;96:186-193. doi: 10.1016/j.bios.2017.05.014. Epub 2017 May 6. (37)
    • A high quality graphene-encapsulated AuAg alloy (AuAg-GR) nanohybrid with homogeneous structure and good reproducibility over a desired area was successfully fabricated. AuAg-GR based sensor accurately determined 5-HT in human serum samples.
  5. Graphene and PbS quantum dot hybrid vertical phototransistor Nanotechnology . 2017 Apr 7;28(14):145201. doi: 10.1088/1361-6528/aa5faf. Epub 2017 Feb 10. (38)

(Images) Masonic Time Capsule | New World Airport Commission

Masonic Time Capsule | New World Airport Commission

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There is a “Dedication Capstone” dated March 19, 1994, with a Time Capsule beneath (to be opened in 2094). It’s dedicated to the Freemasons who helped fund the airport, and contain the names:

  1. Wellington E. Webb Mayor
  2. Governor Roy R. Romer
  3. Sec. of Trans. Federico Pena
  4. The most worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge F. & A.M. of Colorado and Jurisdiction. Claude W. Gray. Sr. Grand Master.
  5. The most worshipful Grand Lodge of A.F. & A.M. of Colorado. Benjamin H. Bell Jr. Grand Master.
  6. New World Airport Commission. (No such commission exists)
  7. Martin Mapietta Aeronautics.
  8. Fentress Bradburn Architects.
  9. Zimmerman Metals

(Images) Construction Work

Underground Buildings & Swastika Shape (see Videos for details)

See also:

(Video) Denver New World Airport & Bank of America Paintings

Denver New World Airport & Bank of America Paintings

Feb 4, 2015 YouTube (44)

(StoryTelling) Bailey Sarian on the Murals

*Conspiracy Blucifer the veiny horse is low key demonic-MurderMystery&Makeup GRWM | Bailey Sarian

Apr 23, 2019 YouTube

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Truth-seeker, ever-questioning, ever-learning, ever-researching, ever delving further and deeper, ever trying to 'figure it out'. This site is a legacy of sorts, a place to collect thoughts, notes, book summaries, & random points of interests.