All the original Geobop websites are being combined in an online encyclopedia.
Geobop has long revolved around four websites focusing on Earth sciences, biology, symbols and political science. Those websites are now based at www.geostacks.com. Most of the content on those sites is also displayed on this site, where they are merged into a single project.
Geobop can never rival Wikipedia or Encyclopedia Britannica in size, but take a closer look. More than a writer, the webmaster has worked as a wildlife biologist in Alaska, a teacher in the urban wilderness of Seattle and a political activist and candidate for public office. From camping on the frozen Arctic Ocean to exploring East Africa to facing down the legendary St. John Stanford — a derelict retired general turned school district superintendent who was being groomed for national office — Blomstrom has learned from experience as much as research.
Even Encyclopedia Britannica supports Wikipedia in calling Bill Gates a “philathropist” and claiming the 9/11 terrorist attacks were orchestrated by Osama bin Laden, who was later assassinated by U.S. troops. In fact, 9/11 was a classic example of a “false-flag attack,” the U.S. military never terminated Osama bin Laden, and Bill Gates is one of history’s greatest con men and de facto criminals.
And if the government and mainstream media can lie about all the above, what else are they lying about? What’s the truth about World War II, for example? And is genetically modified food really OK?
Geobop doesn’t have all the answers, but it can point you in the right direction. More than give you information, Geobop can help you learn how to analyze and use that information; it can help you learn how to think.