Just wanted to share an item from science TV which is not a cure for our ills, but is very much an item which backs up the mind reading part of the spooks' tools. It may be useful as a comeback if anyone pickets or has media contact. Apparently, only recently it has been learned that sharks, especially hammerhead sharks in the Hawaii vicinity, use the magnetic fields of their prey's brain and nervous system to locate them. There is one species of fish which, in order to sleep safely, burrows into the sandy sea bottom. This video segment showed the burrowing, followed by a visit by a hammerhead shark, who circled the spot where the sleeping fish had burrowed then lowered his lower jaw and scooped the prey out of the sand. There were absolutely no visual clues. Apparently sharks have little black "pits" on their upper lip, which look like large whisker stubble. These pits lead a short way into a cluster of nerve cells whose function is specifically the detection of magnetic fields given off by prey fish. What makes this even more startling is that the sandy sea bed and the surrounding salt water are highly conductive, which means any magnetic field oscillations would be dampened by currents through the salt water tending to oppose the changing fields. Again - it doesn't exactly "prove" our case, but it is indisputable backup, which no doubt could be had by contacting a major marine research activity.