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MuertosPosted: Jul 06, 2010 - 18:44

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Someone I follow on Twitter posted this article, which lists several search engines for searching the "deep web" or "invisible web," meaning items on the Internet that are often missed by Google and other commercial search engines.</p>

Some of these engines are pretty cool. For example there's one, Scirus, that searches scientific papers and other academic-oriented sources. Just to see what came up I typed in "World Trade Center" and got a lot of very interesting material, much of it peer-reviewed. And you know what? Not a single Infowars or Prison Planet link.

This could be pretty valuable if you're looking for reliable scientific information that isn't tainted by bullshit conspiracy sites. Obviously not everything you can find on these is reliable--I brought up the "History Commons" timeline on one of these, for example--so do keep in mind that it's not a substitute for evaluating sources yourself. I say that not for the benefit of the regulars on this site, who know this already, but just in case some CT comes here, sees this post and then finds a CT source through one of these search engines and starts shrieking about how legitimate it must be.

Anyway, thought it might be a good arrow in the quiver.

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Elm Nehmara Grand RapidsPosted: Nov 16, 2010 - 21:40

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Cool, I bookmarked that site, though I couldn't find anything on MK-Ultra or Project Monarch but I have found some useful links for the illuminati. Some of these you have to have access to scientific journals though.

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