Category Archives: Technology

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 27 July 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 27 July 2015

  • Former death squad member Sean Hinds turns himself in to Police
  • PPP deny relationship with Sean Hinds
  • Guyana still not doing enough to fight human trafficking
  • President commits to rice industry
  • Lap top project in tatters, will be overhauled
  • Wanted bulletin for male sex worker killers
  • Sports

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ExxonMobil oil find may be 12 times Guyana’s GDP

ExxonMobil oil find may be 12 times Guyana’s GDP

President David Granger during his visit to the ExxonMobil's rig.

President David Granger during his visit to the ExxonMobil’s rig.

July 21, 2015 4:45 pm [] – An Exxon Mobil Corp. discovery off the coast of Guyana may hold oil and natural gas worth 12 times the South American nation’s entire economic output.

The Liza-1 well, which probably holds the equivalent of more than 700 million barrels of oil, may begin pumping crude in as few as five years, Raphael Trotman, Guyana’s minister of governance, said in an interview Monday 20 July 2015. Continue reading

GUYANA: Capitol TV News Videos – 03 July 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA: Capitol TV News Videos – 03 July 2015

  • Harmon wants value for money on fibre optic cable project
  • Caricom Heads meet in Barbados
  • Youth policy coming soon
  • US will continue to help Guyana
  • Sooba gone from Council
  • It wasn’t me
  • Sports

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BEFORE TELEVISION .. THERE WAS THE RADIO …. Listen to these old episodes

Phillips Radio

Phillips Radio


Here’s an unbelievable collection of all the old time radio shows. Find your favorite, click it, and listen to all the episodes.  Click links below for COMEDY, WESTERNS, DETECTIVE,  MYSTERY and DRAMA programs featured on Radio:-    Continue reading

The Ex GTC/GT&T Association – All White BBQ – 25 July 2015 Brooklyn NY

Organization: The Ex GTC/GT&T Association

Event: All White BBQ
Date: Saturday July 25th 2015
Time: 5:00pm until
Tickets: $20.00
Venue: 522 E46th St. Brooklyn. NY
(Between Snyder & Dead End – last house on the block)
Drinks will be on sale and food is free
For Questions and tickets ….. please contact:
Yvette – 718-930-8430

Top Twelve Books of the Decade – selected by The

Top Twelve Books of the Decade – selected by The

The prizeThis is the tenth anniversary of, and to celebrate we are doing three things. First, we are announcing our top books of the decade–all listed below. Second, we have tabulated all the many votes we received from our readers for best selections of the decade, and will be emailing them one-by-one in a countdown over the next couple of weeks. Lastly, we’ve randomly drawn ten names from among all those who submitted their choices, and will be sending a copy of all of our top books to each of the winners.

I’ve read roughly 1500 books in the past decade, but since Google tells us there have been 129,864,880 books published in modern history, it seems like the smallest possible drop in the bucket. I tried over the last couple of months to narrow down these 1500 books into my own personal top ten.   Continue reading

Exxon Mobil: Previously disclosed oil discovery in disputed area off Guyana is ‘significant’

Exxon Mobil: Previously disclosed oil discovery in disputed area off Guyana is ‘significant’

Associated Press –  MAY 20, 2015 — 3:55PM

The Deep Water Champion Oil Exploration Rig

The Deep Water Champion Oil Exploration Rig

GEORGETOWN, Guyana — Exxon Mobil Corp. confirmed Wednesday that it has made what it calls a “significant” oil discovery off Guyana in waters also claimed by Venezuela as part of a long-running border dispute between the South American countries.

The company and Guyana’s government had said May 7 that the exploration was showing promise but provided no details. Exxon Mobil now says it is still working to determine the commercial viability of the find at a site within the 6.6 million-acre area known as the Stabroek Block but has reasons to be optimistic. Continue reading

Guyana government: Exxon-Mobil has discovered hydrocarbons offshore- not sure if commercial

Exxon-Mobil (Esso) has discovered hydrocarbons offshore- not sure if in commercial quantities -says Guyana government

Drill Ship 'Deepwater Champion'

Drill Ship ‘Deepwater Champion’

Demerara Waves – May 7, 2015: Esso exploration well, the Liza-1 on the Stabroek Block, using the drill-ship, Deepwater Champion located approximately 120 miles offshore Guyana, has encountered Hydrocarbons.

That is according to Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment, Hon. Robert M. Persaud during an interview reflecting on the performance of natural resources and environmental sectors.

However, he pointed out that it is too early to confirm whether there are commercial quantities of hydrocarbons, specifically light crude. Minister Persaud revealed that a full evaluation of the results is underway from the exploration company.  Continue reading

E-governance contract: AXE THE DAX – By Ralph Ramkarran


Posted on May 2, 2015   –  by

Ralph Ramkarran

Ralph Ramkarran

In 1962 the slogan ‘axe the tax’ became well known in then British Guiana. The United Force adopted it in its campaign against a tax on beer in the Kaldor Budget and against the PPP Government. The campaign was the beginning of a successful three-year, multi-national effort, marked by tremendous violence and property damage, to remove the PPP from office.

 The PPP had justice on its side in 1962 but in terms of strategy and public relations, shot itself in the foot. Fifty years later, shooting itself in the foot has become an occupational hazard for the PPP and its Governments.   Continue reading

Paul Hellyer on UFOs and clean energy economy to solve world problems + videos

Former Canadian defence minister urges governments to come clean on UFOs

ufoCARIBBEAN360  – ONTARIO, Canada, Thursday April 30, 2015 – Against the backdrop of several recently reported UFO sightings worldwide, a former Canadian defence minister Paul Hellyer has accused world leaders of concealing the evidence of UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects) and the presence of aliens on earth.

Delivering the keynote speech during the Disclosure Canada Tour at the University of Calgary, Hellyer told a 400-strong crowd that “much of the media won’t touch it.

“So you just have to keep working away and hope that someday you get a critical mass, and they will say, in one way or another, ‘Mr. President or Mr. Prime Minister we want the truth and we want it now because it affects our lives,’” he continued.

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